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MT Højgaard Holding A/S: Transactions in connection with share buy-back programme

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On 28 September 2021, MT Højgaard Holding A/S announced that a share buy-back programme of up to 40,000 treasury shares at an aggregated price of up to DKK 11,000,000 was launched with the purpose to meet obligations arising from the company’s share-based incentive programme.

The share buy-back programme is executed pursuant to the so-called ”Safe Harbour” provisions in Regulation (EU) No. 596/2014 of 16 April 2014 (MAR) and Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052 of 8 March 2016. The programme will end no later than on 18 March 2022.

The following transactions have been executed from 3-7 January 2022:

Number of
shares

Average purchase
price (DKK)

Transaction
value (DKK)

Accumulated, last announcement

29,299

204.74

5,998,752

3 January 2022
4 January 2022
5 January 2022
6 January 2022
7 January 2022

220
220
220
230
230

219.64
221.11
222.00
218.59
220.39

48,321
48,644
48,840
50,276
48,486

Accumulated under the programme

30.049

6,243,318

A detailed overview of transactions executed during the period 3-7 January 2022 is attached to this announcement.

Following the above transactions, MT Højgaard Holding A/S owns a total of 105,409 treasury shares, corresponding to 1,35% of the company’s total share capital.

Contact: CFO Martin Stig Solberg may be contacted by phone on +45 2270 9365

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