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This is to give notice of an Extraordinary General Meeting of Jyske Bank A/S, which will be held on Tuesday 7 December 2021, at 10.00 a.m. at Vestergade 8-16, 8600 Silkeborg, Denmark.
Motions proposed by the Supervisory Board:
Reduction of Jyske Bank's nominal share capital by DKK 35,607,780, or 3,560,778 shares of a nominal value of DKK 10, from DKK 725,607,780 to DKK 690,000,000. With reference to S.188(1) of the Danish Companies Act we point out that the capital reduction takes place through cancellation of previously acquired own shares acquired by Jyske Bank in accordance with authorisation from members in general meeting. Hence, the capital reduction is spent on payment of capital owners.
Any other business.
Reference to Jyske Bank's website for further information
Where in this notice of a General Meeting, reference is made to Jyske Bank's website for further information, this link can be used: https://investor.jyskebank.com/investorrelations/generalmeetings.
Adoption of motions - special requirements
Motions to amend Jyske Bank’s Articles of Association (item a of the agenda) at extraordinary general meetings shall only be adopted where not less than 90 per cent of the voting share capital is represented at the extraordinary general meeting and only where adopted by both three fourth of the votes cast and by three fourth of the voting share capital represented at the general meeting, cf. Art. 12 of the Articles of Association. Where less than 90 per cent of the voting share capital is represented at the extraordinary general meeting, but the said motion obtains both three fourth of the votes cast and three fourth of the voting share capital represented at the extraordinary general meeting, the said motion may be adopted at a new general meeting by the said qualified majority irrespective of the proportion of the share capital represented.
Size of the share capital, voting rights of the shareholders and registration date
Jyske Bank's share capital is DKK 725,607,780, comprising shares at a face value of DKK 10. Each share amount of DKK 10 shall carry one vote, provided always that 4,000 votes are the highest number of votes any one shareholder may cast on his own behalf. Voting rights can only be exercised by shareholders or their proxies. For the voting right of a share to be exercised, the share shall be registered in the name of the holder in the Bank's register of shareholders not later than on the day of registration, which is 30 November 2021, or the title to such share shall be notified and documented to the Bank within that same time limit.
Proxy and postal vote
Shareholders may as from 9 November and up to and including 3 December 2021 give voting instructions, appoint Jyske Bank's Supervisory Board or a third party as proxy either electronically or by means of the Power of Attorney form.
Shareholders may attend the General Meeting by proxy and cast their votes by proxy.
In addition, shareholders may as from 9 November to 6 December 2021 at 10.00 a.m. cast postal votes either electronically or by means of a form.
Proxies may be appointed or postal votes may be cast electronically at the Investor Portal via Jyske Bank's website. A form for the appointment of proxies or for casting postal votes is available at one of Jyske Bank's branches or can be downloaded from Jyske Bank's website. Where the form is used, please forward the completed and signed form either by post to VP Investor Services A/S, Weidekampsgade 14, DK-2300 Copenhagen S or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The form must reach VP Investor Services A/S by the above-mentioned deadlines, and proxies must have been appointed or postal votes must have been cast electronically by the same deadlines.
Jyske Bank’s shareholders may choose Jyske Bank A/S as their custodian bank in order to exercise their financial rights through Jyske Bank A/S.
Questions from shareholders
Shareholders may ask questions in writing about the items of the agenda or Jyske Bank’s financial position. Please send questions to Jyske Bank A/S, Juridisk Afdeling, Vestergade 8-16, DK-8600 Silkeborg or by email to Juridisk@jyskebank.dk. Questions and answers will be presented at the General Meeting. At the General Meeting, the management will also answer questions from the shareholders about matters of importance for the financial situation of Jyske Bank and questions for consideration at the General Meeting.
The following documents and information can as of 9 November be downloaded from Jyske Bank's website or can be ordered from Jyske Bank's branches:
1. Notice of General Meeting.
2. The total number of shares and voting rights at the date of the notice.
3. Agenda and full wording of motions.
4. The forms to be used when voting by proxy or by postal vote.
Shareholders who wish to attend the General Meeting and cast their votes must acquire an admission card. Admission cards for the General Meeting can be ordered at InvestorPortalen via Jyske Bank's website or from any of Jyske Bank's branches from 9 November and must be ordered by Friday 3 December 2021 at the latest.
Jyske Bank will like previous years send admission cards via email. Therefore, you must - if you have not already registered your email address at InvestorPortalen - register your email address when you order your admission card. After registration, you will receive an electronic admission card which you may simply show on your smart phone or tablet when you attend the General Meeting. Unless you have appointed a proxy, you will receive your voting card upon presentation of your admission card. As something new, you must be aware that if, when you order your admission card, you do not choose to receive this via email, you must instead collect your admission card at the entrance to the general meeting. In order to receive your admission card, you must produce valid identification.
For the sake of good order, we point out that no refreshments can be expected to be served at the Extraordinary General Meeting.
Silkeborg, 9 November 2021
The Supervisory Board