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SmartCraft’s registrar is DNB.

The registrar maintains an overview of the shareholder register on behalf of SmartCraft. The registrar is responsible for arranging the payment of dividends and providing assistance in organizing the Annual General Meeting. The registrar is responsible for providing information on SmartCraft’s shareholders and may inform shareholders of who their registrar is.

Contact details:

P.O. Box 1600, Sentrum
0021 Oslo

Telephone: +47 23 26 80 21

Dividend policy

In deciding whether to propose a dividend and in determining the dividend amount, the board of directors will take into account legal restrictions as set out in the Norwegian Public Limited Companies Act, the company’s capital requirements, including capital expenditure requirements, its financial condition, general business conditions and any restrictions in the company’s borrowing arrangements or other contractual arrangements in place at the time.

The company believes that it will serve its shareholders best by investing for the long term and growing and developing the business. The company’s dividend policy is that the company does not expect to pay any dividend in the short to medium term as the company intends to use its profit for both organic and inorganic growth initiatives as well as product and technology innovation. The company will in the future continuously evaluate its capital allocation and will prioritize organic growth investments and synergistic acquisitions over dividends if the company expects that this will generate an attractive return on capital.

Shareholding disclosure obligations

Trading in the shares in the Company is subject to the shareholding disclosure regulations of Norway. Here is a brief introduction to the obligations imposed on shareholders under these rules. Shareholding disclosure obligations applicable to shares in the Company are regulated by sections 4-2 and 4-3 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act and chapter 4 of the Norwegian Securities Regulations. Translation into English of the full text of this legislation is available at the web sites listed below:

• The Thresholds for Disclosure: If a person’s, entity’s or consolidated group’s proportion of shares and/or rights to shares in the Company reaches, exceeds or falls below the respective thresholds of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25%, 1/3, 50%, 2/3 or 90% of the share capital or the voting rights of the company, the person, entity or group in question has an obligation to notify Oslo Børs immediately, who will publish the notice. The same applies if the disclosure thresholds are passed due to other circumstances, such as a change in the company’s share capital.

• Notification: Notifications shall be made immediately following agreement on the transaction and can be sent to Oslo Børs by e-mail:, who will publish the notice. Notifications that have been published are available at

• Additional Requirements for Primary Insiders: There are additional disclosure obligations for so-called primary insiders in the Company (i.a. management, directors and shareholders represented on the board), regardless of the number of shares held.

• FSAN Circular 28/2011 – Securities Trading Act – comments to Chapter 3 and Chapter 4: These shareholding disclosure obligations are supervised by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway (FSAN). FSAN has published a detailed circular that addresses a number of different issues of the shareholding disclosure obligations (Circular 28/2011 Securities Trading Act – comments to Chapter 3 and Chapter 4.).

Financial Analysts:

Here is a list of the analysts covering SmartCraft.

ABG Sundal Collier

  Øystein Elton Lodgaard
  +47 22 01 60 26


  Gustav Froberg
  +44 7973 852 192


  Oliver Pisani
  +47 22 00 94 25