Shareholders and Investor Relations Office
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Right to attend the Annual General Meeting

Shareholders who own one thousand or more Company shares may attend the General Meeting and take part in the discussions, with the right to speak and vote. Those who hold less shares may group together their shares and be represented by another Shareholder with whom they jointly hold one thousand or more shares.

To exercise the right to attend the meeting, Shareholders must have recorded their shares under their own names in the relevant registry of book entries five days prior to the date when the General Meeting will be held.In order to attend the General Meeting and be counted for the meeting’s quorum, Shareholders or their proxy holders must hand over to the Shareholder recording personnel, at the entrance to the meeting premises, the appropriate attendance or proxy cards, and, if applicable, the legal representation accreditation documents, which will give attendees the right to be included in the list of attendees.

Shareholders can either use the attendance card issued by the organization where the shareholder's shares are deposited or the card made available to Shareholders by the Company itself which will be continuously available at the company website ( from the date of the publishing of the notice of the meeting until the General Meeting is held. It is also possible to use a certificate issued by any of the participating organizations of the company Sociedad de Gestión de los Sistemas de Registro, Compensación y Liquidación de Valores (Iberclear).

At the Company’s convenience, other technical methods deemed appropriate can also be used to record attendance.

Regarding personal attendance by a Shareholder who has already arranged fro proxy vote, the Shareholder shall be provided with an attendance card and the proxy shall be revoked and be null for all purposes.

In all cases, all physical people attending on their own behalf or representing a shareholder must identify themselves on arrival by showing their national identity document or any other generally valid official identification document as considered appropriate by the Company to participate in the meeting.