The disposal of common registered shares which had not been submitted for dematerialization, as well as the disposal of shares originating from corporate actions and which had been issued in dematerialized form for the beneficial owners of registered physical shares of HELLENIC PETROLEUM S.A., was completed on 9 February 2009, in accordance with the applicable legislation and the decisions of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission.
The net proceeds from the disposal, supplemented by the respective dividend for financial year 2007 and the interim dividend for financial year 2008, following the deduction of applicable expenses and taxes, has been deposited in favour of the beneficiary shareholders in the Deposits and Loans Fund.
To collect this amount, beneficiaries are required to submit to the Deposits and Loans Fund - Department of Deposit Reimbursement - the following documents:
Certificate of Entitlement issued by HELLENIC PETROLEUM S.A.
Application for the collection of disposal proceeds addressed to the Deposits and Loans Fund, indicating the beneficiary’s bank account details to ensure that the disposal proceeds will be credited to his/her account.
Authorization documents, in case collection is requested by a proxy.
For the issuance of the Certificate of Entitlement by HELLENIC PETROLEUM S.A., beneficiaries should submit the relevant application to our department either in person or by proxy. In the latter case, the proxy must produce a power of attorney drafted by a Notary Public or a written authorization bearing the beneficiary’s signature authenticated by the competent public authority (Police Department or Citizens Service Centre-KEP).
Application for Certificate of Entitlement*
Application for the collection of disposal proceeds from the Deposits and Loans Fund*
It should be noted that, according to applicable legislation, the claim on the above-mentioned sale proceeds, shall be statute barred in favour of the Greek state after 15 years.
*Documents currently available only in Greek.