“Information referred to in (article 15 of the statutes), in accordance with article 18 §1 of the Law of 2 May 2007 on disclosure of major holdings of issuers whose shares are admitted to trading on a regulated market and laying down miscellaneous provisions”

TRANSPARENCY LAW (update 27 October 2017)
Total capital: 114,961,266.36 euro
Total number of securities conferring voting rights: 19,322,845 shares
Total number of voting rights: 119,322,845
Number of ordinary voting shares, each entitling to 1 vote 19,172,845
Number of special voting shares, each entitling to 1 vote: 150,000

Statutory threshold (last updated: 27 October 2017)

The share capital of Care Property Invest (CP Invest) (the “Company”) is currently represented by 19,322,845 shares, of which 19,172,845 ordinary shares and 150,000 special shares.

There are no shares without voting right, and no convertible bonds or outstanding options or warrants entitling to shares. Each of these CP Invest shares gives one voting right at the general meeting of the Company. The total number of shares represents the denominator for purposes of notifications under the Transparency Law (i.e. inter alia notifications in case of reaching, exceeding or falling below the statutory or legal thresholds).

In addition to legal thresholds, the Articles of Association of CP Invest determine, in accordance with Article 18, §1 of the Law of May 2, 2007, an additional statutory threshold for notification if the voting rights attached to voting securities directly or indirectly reach, exceed or fall below a threshold of three percent (3%) of total existing voting rights.

Due to this statutory threshold (3%), shareholders who reach or exceed this threshold need to notify, under the provisions of the Transparency Law and its implementing decrees, whether an acquisition or transfer took place or not. This notification must be made within ten trading days of the disclosure of the aforementioned statutory threshold. Please note that the notification requirement also relates to a continuing obligation that must be fulfilled each time a legal or statutory threshold is reached, exceeded or falls below such threshold.

Please note that the notification requirement also relates to a continuing obligation that must be fulfilled each time a legal or statutory threshold is reached, exceeded or falls below such threshold.

Contact person for notifications under transparency legislation:

Peter Van Heukelom, Managing Director – CEO,
T 32 3 222 94 94
peter.vanheukelom@carepropertyinvest.be

TRANSPARENCY LAW (22/6/15)
Total capital: 78,442,491.65 euro
Total number of securities conferring voting rights: 13,184,720 shares
Total number of shares: 13,184,720 shares
Total number of voting rights: 13,184,720
Number of ordinary voting shares, each entitling to 1 vote 13,017,690
Number of special voting shares, each entitling to 1 vote: 150,000

Statutory threshold (last updated: 22/06/2015)

The share capital of Care Property Invest (CP Invest) (the “Company”) is currently represented by 13,184,720 shares, of which 13,034,720 ordinary shares and 150,000 special shares.

There are no shares without voting right, and no convertible bonds or outstanding options or warrants entitling to shares. Each of these CP Invest shares gives one voting right at the general meeting of the Company. The total number of shares represents the denominator for purposes of notifications under the Transparency Law (i.e. inter alia notifications in case of reaching, exceeding or falling below the statutory or legal thresholds).

In addition to legal thresholds, the Articles of Association of CP Invest determine, in accordance with Article 18, §1 of the Law of May 2, 2007, an additional statutory threshold for notification if the voting rights attached to voting securities directly or indirectly reach, exceed or fall below a threshold of three percent (3%) of total existing voting rights.

Due to this statutory threshold (3%), shareholders who reach or exceed this threshold need to notify, under the provisions of the Transparency Law and its implementing decrees, whether an acquisition or transfer took place or not. This notification must be made within ten trading days of the disclosure of the aforementioned statutory threshold. Please note that the notification requirement also relates to a continuing obligation that must be fulfilled each time a legal or statutory threshold is reached, exceeded or falls below such threshold.

Please note that the notification requirement also relates to a continuing obligation that must be fulfilled each time a legal or statutory threshold is reached, exceeded or falls below such threshold.

Contact person for notifications under transparency legislation:

Peter Van Heukelom, Managing Director – CEO,
T 32 3 222 94 94
peter.vanheukelom@carepropertyinvest.be

Notifications incumbent upon persons discharging managerial responsibilities: (in Dutch only)

Paul Van Gorp (Director): 13/11/2017 (purchase)
Filip Van Zeebroeck (CFO-Member of the management committee): 30/10/2017 (purchase)
Peter Van Heukelom (Managing Director): 27/10/2017 (purchase)
Willy Pintens (Managing Director): 27/10/2017 (purchase)
Dirk Van den Broeck (Managing Director): 27/10/2017 (sale)
Mark Suykens (Chairman): 26/10/2017 (purchase)
Dirk Van den Broeck (Managing Director): 25/04/2017 (sale) / 25/04/2017 (purchase)
Dirk Van den Broeck (Managing Director): 15/03/2017 (purchase) / 15/03/2017 (sale)
Mark Suykens (Chairman): 18/06/2015
Willy Pintens (Managing Director): 22/06/2015

Publication of a transparency notification (art. 14 1° Law 2 May 2007 regarding the disclosure of major holdings):

KBC Asset Management: Notification 3/11/2017
Capfi Delen Asset Management nv: Notification 5/9/2017
Capfi Delen Asset Management nv: Notification 25/4/2017

Pensio B ofp: Notification 3/4/2017

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