Veolia Environnement: Information Relating to the Total Number of Voting Rights Forming the Share Capital – Yahoo Finance
Article L. 238-8-II of the French commercial Code and article 223-16 of the AMF (French Financial Markets Authority) general regulation
PARIS, November 04, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News:
Dénomination sociale de l'émetteur :
Veolia Environnement (Paris:VIE)
21 rue La Boétie
(code ISIN FR0000124141-VIE)
Information closing date
Total number of shares
forming the share capital *
Total number of voting rights *
October 31, 2022
Total number of theoretical voting rights (1): 715,303,261
Total number of voting rights that may be exercised (2): 702,549,033
* Inclusion in the Veolia Environnement Articles of Association of a clause requiring a reporting obligation of the declaration of crossing a shareholding threshold, complementary to the one relating to the thresholds provided by the French law and the regulations in force (article 8).
(1) Number of theoretical voting rights = after taking into account the number of shares with double voting rights as of October 31, 2022 (14,731,545 shares) and the number of treasury shares held as of October 31, 2022 (12,754,228 shares).
(2) Number of voting rights that may be exercised = number of theoretical voting rights (or total number of voting rights attached to shares) – shares without voting rights (number of treasury shares held as of October 31, 2022).
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