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Become shareholder


Why ?

Investing in Bonduelle is to invest in an international group with an array of technologies that is undergoing solid growth. Bonduelle Group has been listed on the stock market since 1998 and remains faithful to the family values that, since it was founded 160 years ago, have created its financial, nutritional, and human successes. 

5 reasons to invest in Bonduelle

YOU WILL BE JOINING
a world leader in vegetables

YOU WILL BE PART OF
the vision of an innovative group

YOU SHARE
the values of an actively
responsible group

YOU WILL BE WORKING
with a solid group
with financial stability

YOU WILL BE CLOSELY INVOLVED 
 with the group's performance
and direction

How?

It depends on the type of stock you choose; there are three :

1.Registered shares

Registered shares

  • Your shares are registered to a securities account with Société Générale Securities Services, the Bonduelle securities manager.
  • Your shares and your identity are named with Bonduelle.

What this means

  • You will enjoy lower management fees, as Bonduelle covers all of the safe-keeping charges. You will also enjoy a 100% discount on certain daily costs (fees for the payment of dividends, stock operations).
  • You will receive a personal invitation to General Meetings, ordinary and/or extraordinary. You receive everything you need to vote in advance.
  • You will receive personalized information about all financial operations, get invited to shareholder meetings, and receive access to shareholder-only online services.

 

Detailed procedures, brokerage... 

Download the Bonduelle shareholder's guide

Ready to take on your share?


You invitation to the General Meeting is sent to you by automatically by post two weeks before the event. All shares held for a period exceeding three years are allocated double votes.

To register shares and take part in the General Meeting, you must:

  • be a registered shareholder at midnight (GMT+1) three working days before the General Meeting.
  • apply for an entry card from the Société Générale (to be shown upon arrival at General Meeting). 

 

 

 

Just contact your broker:

Société Générale
Securities Services
Service Nominatif Bonduelle
SGSS / GIS / RSP / BSE
32, rue du Field de tir - CS 30812
44308 Nantes Cedex 3
Tel: +33 (0)2 51 85 67 89


Purchase and sale orders go through the Société Générale.


2.Administered registered shares

Administered registered shares

You shares remain registered with your own broker, who stores and manages your shares.

Your shares are managed in the same way as “securities”. However, to convert your shares in to administered registered shares, you must submit a special request to your broker. Your broker will then inform the Société Générale Securities Services that your shares are now administered registered shares.

This type of ownership enables Bonduelle to identify your and establish a direct personal relationship.

Ready to take on your share?


You invitation to the General Meeting is sent to you by automatically by post two weeks before the event. All shares held for a period exceeding three years are allocated double votes.

To register shares and take part in the General Meeting, you must:

  • be a registered shareholder at midnight (GMT+1) three working days before the General Meeting.
  • apply for an entry card from the Société Générale (to be shown upon arrival at General Meeting).

Purchase and sale orders go through your broker. Safe-keeping charges, dividend fees, and share transaction fees are at your expense (fees vary between banks and brokers).


3. Porteur

Bearer securities

With this, the most common, type of ownership, a broker of your choice purchases and manages your shares. Your name is not registered with Bonduelle. 

Ready to take on your share?


Please note that owners of bearer securities do not receive a personal invitation to General Meetings. You have the right to one vote per share.

To register shares and take part in the General Meeting, you must:

  • be a registered shareholder at midnight (GMT+1) three working days before the General Meeting.
  • apply for an entry card from your broker (to be shown upon arrival at General Meeting).

Purchase and sale orders go through your broker. Safe-keeping charges, dividend fees, and share transaction fees are at your expense (fees vary between banks and brokers).


 

Detailed procedures, brokerage... 

shareholder's synthese 

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