This page is not available in your selected language. Your language preference will not be changed but the contents of this page will be shown in English.
The Board of Directors of Julius Baer Group Ltd., Bahnhofstrasse 36, 8001 Zurich, (“Julius Baer” or the “Company”) has approved on 1 February 2022 to buy back own registered shares with a nominal value of CHF 0.02 (the “registered shares”) of up to a maximum acquisition cost of CHF 400 million until 28 February 2023 at the latest (the “share buy-back programme”).
Based on the closing price of the registered shares on SIX Swiss Exchange Ltd. on 25 February 2022, this corresponds to a maximum of 7,241,129 registered shares or a maximum of 3.27% of the share capital of the Company, which amounts to currently CHF 4,424,488.96 and is divided into 221,224,448 registered shares with a nominal value of CHF 0.02 each. Due to the future share price development, the number of effectively repurchased registered shares may differ from the stated number of registered shares; however, under no circumstances will more than 10% of the share capital and voting rights entered in the commercial register be repurchased under the share buy-back programme.
The Board of Directors intends to propose a capital reduction by cancelling share capital in the amount of the buyback volume under this share buy-back programme at future annual general meetings.
Further details on the programme can be found in the official announcements, which can be accessed using the following links:
Julius Baer registered shares on the second line
|Julius Baer Group Ltd.||Swiss Securities No||ISIN||Ticker|
|Ordinary trading line||10.248.496||CH0102484968||BAER|
|Second trading line||12.664.577||CH0126645776||BAERE|
Publication of transactions
Share buy-back transactions will be reported on a regular basis under the following link:
Maximum daily repurchase volume
Julius Baer is limited to repurchasing maximum of 190,756 shares per day (calculated in accordance with TOB Circular No. 1 [23a]).