Why be a shareholder in Exclusive Networks?

Being a shareholder of Exclusive Networks means believing in the compelling value proposition of high quality, well managed business with multiple drivers of long-term growth. Exclusive Networks has a broad and diversified exposure into the underlying secular growth within the cyber security market.



How to hold Exclusive Networks SA shares

Holding ways

The shares of Exclusive Networks SA may be held in registered or bearer form.

Holding Registered shares. There are two ways of holding shares:

Pure Registered
The shares and the identity of the shareholder are recorded in the register of shareholders accounts managed by the bank mandated by Exclusive Networks SA, which enables the shareholder to establish a direct contact with the Company.

Registered Administered
Shares are managed in the same way as “bearer” shares: the shareholder’s shares remain registered with his/her financial intermediary, who is responsible for their safekeeping and management.

For all information requests and written enquiries,registered shareholders are invited to use the channel communication planetshares: https://planetshares.uptevia.pro.fr

Bearer shares

This is the most common form of ownership. The purchase and day-to-day management of the shares are entrusted to the financial intermediary chosen by the shareholder. The identity of the shareholder is not recorded in the Company’s shareholders’ register and uncrowned by the Company.

Benefits common to registered shares (pure and administered)

The shareholder benefits from savings in management costs:
Exclusive Networks SA bears the full cost of custody. The main costs that the shareholder will have to pay, in the same way as if his shares were held in bearer form, are the brokerage fees relating to his buy or sell orders. These fees are negotiated by Exclusive Networks SA

Simplified procedures for convening and attending General Meetings
Automatic convening: Shareholders are automatically and directly convened to the General Meetings and receive by post or e-mail a notice of meeting including all the documents they need to cast their vote (request form for an admission card to the General Meeting, proxy form and postal voting form).

Simplified formalities for attending the meeting: shareholders are registered with Exclusive Networks SA, so it will not be necessary to request an admission card to attend a General Meeting. Shareholders will simply be asked to justify their identity on the day.

Provision of dedicated practical guides
Practical regulatory and tax guides are available to shareholders, as well as newsletters via the planetshares platform.



Changes to holding ways

You own shares and you want to change the way they are held, from bearer shares to registered shares, or vice versa, or from administered registered shares to pure registered shares:

Transfer from bearer or administered registered shares to pure registered shares:

If you hold bearer shares or administered registered shares and wish to transfer them to pure registered shares, you must ask your financial intermediary who manages your holdings to carry out the transfer.

The time taken to register shares in pure registered form depends mainly on how quickly the financial intermediary executes the transfer order.

Registration in the registered account will only be definitive once the shares have been effectively transferred. The shareholder will then receive from Uptevia a notice of registration of the shares in a securities account.

You can find the “Transfer of pure registered shares” form below.


Transfer from administered registered shares to pure registered shares:

Registered shareholders are invited to contact Uptevia by using the contact form available on the uptevia website: https://planetshares.uptevia.pro.fr to request a transfer.

You can find the “Transfer of pure registered shares” form below.




Buying and selling Exclusive Networks SA shares

Before buying Exclusive Networks SA shares, the shareholder must decide whether to hold them as bearer shares, administered registered shares or pure registered shares. To buy or sell shares, the shareholder must place an order:

How does the shareholder place an order?

You are already a shareholder:

For pure registered shareholders: please contact Uptevia.

Registered shareholders are invited to use the planetshares contact form available on the planetshares website: https://planetshares.uptevia.pro.fr by downloading the stock market order form.

For holders of bearer shares or administered registered shares: shareholders should contact their account-holding
intermediary (usually their bank).

Please note: All transactions are subject to financial transaction tax at a rate of 0.3%. To this must be added the brokerage fees charged by the financial intermediary.

First-time buyers – Who should you contact?

Your financial intermediary: Shareholders should contact their financial intermediary (usually their bank) if they wish to register their shares as bearer or administered registered shares. Shareholders will then need to open a securities account to place stock market orders.

At Uptevia: shareholders must contact the account holder appointed by Exclusive Networks SA if they wish to hold their shares in pure registered form. Shareholders are invited to log on to the planetshares platform and download the account opening agreement [Link to the package].

Download the account opening agreement and send it to Uptevia


Once you have opened a pure registered account, Uptevia will assign you a confidential code that you can use to carry out transactions by post, fax, phone or Internet.



The different types of order:

Limit order:
This is the most common type of order, as it allows you to control the cost of execution. The order cannot be executed above a given price for a buy order or below a given price for a sell order.

Best limit order:
This order has no specific price limit. It is used to obtain the best buy or sell price as soon as the order arrives on the market, based on limit orders in the opposite direction in the market’s central order book.

Market order:
This is a buy or sell order with no price conditions. The order will be executed in full and with priority from the first quotation following its registration in the trading system.

Trigger order:
In this case, the trader intervenes from a given price, i.e. the order has a limit above which it becomes a “market” order.

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