These general meetings have conferred on the Boards of Directors of GET SA and EGP the authority necessary to issue the relevant securities as provided for in the Safeguard Plan and described in the Securities Note, in accordance with the terms and conditions set out therein.
The general meeting of GET SA also delegated to the Board the possibility to carry out capital increases, with or without preferential subscription rights, which would, if they are carried out, enable the redemption in cash of all or part of the NRS II.
Jacques Gounon, Chairman and Chief Executive said,
“All the accretion mechanisms are now in place. If the Exchange Tender Offer succeeds on 15th May 2007, this decision, taken in the interests of current Eurotunnel shareholders, will enable, if they subscribe to these future capital increases, the redemption in cash of all or part of the NRS II.”
The terms of the Offer and of the reorganisation of Eurotunnel are set out in the Offer Document approved by the AMF on 4 April 2007 under number 07-112 and in the Prospectus (comprised of the Registration Document registered on 21 March 2007 by the AMF under number i.07-021 and of the Securities Note approved by the AMF on 4 April 2007 under number 07-113).
These documents can be viewed on the following websites: www.groupe-eurotunnel.com (also available from Eurotunnel’s website:
www.eurotunnel.com) and www.amf-france.org.They are also available free of charge at the registered office of the company.
The attention of the public is drawn in particular on the risks factors described in the Prospectus.