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  • Revenues of Work Service Group in H1 2017 reached PLN 1.34 billion and increased by over 11% YoY. ... more >
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Shareholders

In compiling the table of significant shareholders representing directly or indirectly, 5% or more of the total number of votes at General Meetings, the Company has relied on the latest official notifications received from Shareholders reaching these thresholds, and/or (if more current) the latest number of votes registered by the Shareholders at the latest General Meeting.

On the basis of official notices delivered by relevant Shareholders to the Company as required under Polish law and mentioned above, interests which represent, directly or indirectly, 5% or more of the total number of votes at General Meetings are as follows:

 

Name of Shareholder

Number of Ordinary Shares

Percentage of Issued Ordinary Share Capital

ProLogics (UK) LLP London

18 514 621

28,44%

WorkSource Investments S.a.r.l.

13 714 286

21,07%

Tomasz Misiak

9 534 861

14,65%

JPMorgan Asset Management Holdings Inc.

3 593 968

5,52%

Tomasz Hanczarek

3 255 000

5,00%

MetLife PTE S.A.

3 254 743

5,00%

Other shareholders

13 227 344

20,32 %

Total

65 094 823 

100%

 

The Issuer’s share capital amounts to 6 509 482,30 PLN  and is divided into 65 094 823 shares of the nominal value 10 groszys each.

 

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Adam Jenkins

tel. [+48] 508 040 140
investor@workservice.pl

Work Service S.A.
ul. Gwiaździsta 66, 53-413 Wrocław, PL

Andrzej Kubisiak

tel. +[48] 512 176 030
andrzej.kubisiak@workservice.pl

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  • Revenues of Work Service Group in H1 2017 reached PLN 1.34 billion and increased by over 11% YoY. Sales profit ... more >
  • In the first months of 2017, Work Service Capital Group has reported a significant increase in its results. The ... more >
  • The Work Service capital group ended the year with consolidated revenues of PLN 2.48 billion, which constituted an ... more >
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