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Expiration of the 5 years - 2011 dividend

Wed, 4th Oct 2017 10:24


RNS Number : 6820S
Public Power Corporation S.A.
04 October 2017
 

ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Expiration of the five year period for the collection of the year 2011 dividend

 

PPC S.A. informs the Shareholders that the five-year period available for the collection of the year 2011 dividend expires on December 31st, 2017. Company Shareholders entitled to the abovementioned dividend, who for whatever reason have not collected it, are kindly advised to do so before that date. It is noted that, after December 31st, 2017 dividends not collected will be written off in favor of the Greek State, pursuant to the applicable law.

For more information please contact: PPC SA's Announcements and Shareholders' Office, 30 Chalkokondili Str., GR-10432, Athens, tel.: + 30 210-5293207 & 5230951, fax: +30 210-5230394.

 

Athens, October 4, 2017

 

 


This information is provided by RNS
The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
 
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