Substantial holdings and short position
Interests or short positions of 3% or more of the issued capital and/or of the votes of an issuer must be reported to the AFM. This information will appear in the public register.

As soon as a shareholder's interest or short position represents 3% or more of the issued capital, the shareholder must report this immediately. The shareholder must also report each time the substantial interest or short position reaches, exceeds or falls below a threshold. This can occur if the shareholder acquires or relinquishes shares, or if there is an increase or decrease in the issued capital of the issuer (nominee).

The thresholds are 3%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 75% and 95%.

Special control rights conferred by the articles of association
Any person who acquires or loses special control rights conferred by the articles of association must report this immediately to the AFM. Some examples are preference shares and priority shares.

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If you encounter problems with submitting the notification electronically via Loket AFM, you can use the (PDF) form below.

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