AN INTERNATIONAL FINANCE GROUP

Valartis Group AG

Valartis Group is an international finance group with offices in Fribourg, Zurich, Geneva, Luxembourg, Moscow and St. Petersburg. Valartis Group AG (domicile: Fribourg, Switzerland) is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

The business lines of Valartis Group comprise the activities of Financial Services, Real Estate Projects and Investments.

Valartis Share Buy-back Programme 2018/2019

 

published 23 May 2018

 

Here you will find all information on the share buy-back programme of Valartis registered shares as approved by the Annual General Meeting 2018 of
15 May 2018

Events &
Dates

14 May 2019
Annual General Meeting 2019

SHARE INFORMATION

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Financial Services, Real Estate Projects and Investments

BUSINESS ACTIVITIES

Valartis Group’s activities include real estate project management, financial services and equity investments.

ADVISORY

FInancial Services

Valartis Group focuses on the comprehensive care for niche funds (investment satellites). Investing activities focus on the Russian and German markets.

In addition, Valartis Group provides corporate finance and M & A advisory work primarily for listed and unlisted mid-sized companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland as well as Central and Eastern Europe.

Valartis German Residential Health Care Fund

As an Investment Advisor, Valartis Group manages the Valartis German Residential Health Care Fund, which was created exclusively for qualified investors. The fund is banking on the megatrend «Aging» and invests in nursing homes in Germany.

Valartis Group assumes various administrative tasks for the fund. For these services, it is compensated with customary fees.

Corporate Finance

Valartis Corporate Finance focuses its services in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions primarily as consulting activities for listed and unlisted medium sized companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland as well as in Central and Eastern Europe.

Independence from larger institutions allows our clients to discuss their ideas and strategies with our specialists on a level of confidentiality that other companies cannot provide.

ENR Russia Invest SA und EASTERN PROPERTY HOLDINGS LIMITED

REAL ESTATE

On the real estate side, Valartis Group combines the management of profitable commercial and residential properties with the investment in promising development projects. With their know-how and a broad network of contacts, Valartis Group real estate investment specialists also assist in the search for specific investment vehicles in the real estate sector.

Especially for the Russian real estate investment companies, direct acquisition of real estate combined with project development as well as the administration of well-leased real estate in prime locations in Moscow and St. Petersburg prove to be valuable in the meantime.

ENR Russia Invest SA

ENR Russia Invest SA (ENR) is an investment company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange and a member of the Swiss Association of Investment Companies. Since 1996, the company has been investing in private equity, listed equities, real estate and fixed income instruments of Russian companies and companies of other states of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Baltic States.

In October 2014, ENR acquired the Petrovsky Fort office centre in St. Petersburg, Russia (“Petrovsky Fort”). Petrovsky Fort is a class B + office and retail property, completed in 2003 and located in the centre of St. Petersburg near the Neva Dam. It has nine office and two retail levels with a large central atrium. Of the total net lettable area, approximately 15,000 square meters are for office space and approximately 6,000 square meters for retail space. There is also an underground car park with 119 parking spaces and an above-ground parking for 36 vehicles.

Valuation

The rental income of the property is linked to the USD. The development of the USD/rouble foreign exchange rate therefore has a strong influence on the fair value of the property. The valuation at fair value is established annually as of the balance sheet date on 31 December by an internationally recognised assessor.

Eastern Property Holdings Limited

Eastern Property Holdings Limited (EPH) is a public limited company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange. As a property investment and real estate development company, EPH focuses primarily on Russian and European commercial and residential real estate markets.

On 19 December 2012, Valartis Group fully sold its stake in EPH (around 40 percent).

Valartis International Ltd., a Valartis Group company, continues to be responsible for certain of EPH’s investment management functions under a management contract.

IN THE FIELD OF investing

EQUITY INVESTMENTS

The focus is on equity investments as a shareholder. Here, Valartis Group pursues a bottom-up approach and is constantly looking for special investments for its own investment portfolio.

For the procedure for the selection of own participation objects, elements of the traditional portfolio management process such as portfolio realisation (asset allocation , monitoring, revision) and portfolio control (performance measurement, attribution) are used. The disciplined implementation of these steps contributes to achieving the goal of a rigorous profitability orientation with an appropriate risk-return ratio.

One of the key challenges in creating a portfolio of investments is to resolve the trade-off between optimising the expected return in a given period of time (added value including interest and dividends less costs) on the one hand and limiting the risk of loss on the other. Typically, the structure of an equity investment portfolio will have a certain consistency over time, implying countercyclical behaviour, and thus encompassing opportunities as well as risks.

Norinvest Holding SA

Norinvest Holding SA, based in Geneva and founded in 1984, is a Swiss investment company. It is listed on the OTC platform of the Berner Kantonalbank in Bern, Switzerland and is primarily the 100 percent parent company of the private bank Banque Cramer & Cie SA.

Following the completed sale to Banque Cramer & Cie SA of the two Swiss subsidiaries Valartis Bank AG and Valartis Wealth Management SA, Valartis Group AG acquired a 25-percent stake in Norinvest Holding SA in 2014.

Whitebox Services AG

Whitebox Services AG, by means of its 100 per cent group company Whitebox GmbH – founded in July 2014, on the market since January 2016 – not only wants to set new standards in investing, but make it accessible to everyone. At a reasonable price, Whitebox is one of the first to offer online asset management in the German market, which also meets the requirements of a quality-conscious clientele. Whitebox targets an investment return that is significantly better than traditional offerings at the same risk. In doing so, Whitebox immerses its clients in a unique investment experience that is fun, yet gives the reassuring sensation of putting their investment decisions into experienced hands.

Whitebox GmbH, Weil am Rhein, Germany, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Whitebox Services AG which is headquartered in Switzerland. Its owners are the founders, former executive board members of leading banks and industry experts. Valartis has acquired a smaller stake in Whitebox Services AG.

Athris AG

Athris AG (until August 2008 Jelmoli Beteiligungen AG, until 2018 Athris Holding AG), headquartered in Zug, Canton Zug, Switzerland, is a Swiss investment company whose shares are traded on the BX Swiss (Bern Stock Exchange). In accordance with its NAV, the company publishes the following in a timely manner after the end of each quarter.

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE GROUP WITH LOCATIONS IN SWITZERLAND, LUXEMBOURG AND RUSSIA

ABOUT Valartis Group AG

Valartis Group is an international finance group with locations in Switzerland (Fribourg, Zurich, and Geneva), Luxembourg and Russia (, Moscow and St. Petersburg). Valartis Group AG, headquartered in Fribourg, Canton Fribourg, Switzerland, is the parent company of the Group. The registered shares of Valartis Group AG are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (ISIN CH0367427686).

Valartis Group AG directly or indirectly holds various participations:

A STOCK CORPORATION UNDER SWISS LAW

Organisation

With confirmation of the Annual General Meeting on 15 May 2018, the Board of Directors of Valartis Group is composed as follows: Gustav Stenbolt, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Philipp LeibundGut, Vice Chairman, and Olivier Brunisholz, Member.

The Executive Board was reduced in size in January 2017 when the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Gustav Stenbolt, additionally assumed the function of Delegate of the Board of Directors. George M. Isliker continues to function as CFO/CRO (since 2011).

Organisation chart

1 Member of the Compensation Committee

Valartis Group employs a total of 54 employees.

Of these, 10 are employees in Switzerland. These employees provide services in the areas of real estate projects, investment projects, corporate finance and, as part of the Group’s service organisation, in the areas of Group Accounting & Controlling, IT & Logistics and communications. Other services required by the company (personnel administration and tax and legal advice) are obtained from external providers.

As a result of the full consolidation of Group companies, further employees of Valartis International Ltd, Moscow (24 employees) and ENR Russia Invest SA, St. Petersburg (20 employees) have been added. These employees provide real estate administration services (marketing, letting and maintenance) and are directly attributable to the properties.

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF VALARTIS GROUP AG

Board Members

The Board of Directors of Valartis Group AG consists of the following members:

Name
Year of birth
Nationality
Position
since
elected
until
Gustav Stenbolt
1957
Norwegian
President
2015
2018
2019
Philipp LeibundGut
1973
Swiss
Vice-President
2016
2018
2019
Olivier Brunisholz
1955
Swiss
Member
2018
2018
2019

Gustav Stenbolt

Lic. rer. pol. of the University of Fribourg. Since 1 March 2017, Delegate of the Board of Directors and since 2015 Chairman of the Board of Directors. From 2007 to 2015, he was Group CEO of Valartis Group AG. Since 2014, Gustav Stenbolt has also been Chairman of the Board of Directors of Valartis Advisory Services SA and, since 2009, President of the Board of Trustees of the Pension Fund of Valartis Group AG. From 2004 to 2007, he served as Chairman of the Executive Board of Jelmoli Holding AG. In 1996, Gustav Stenbolt founded the MCT Group in Geneva and was its CEO until 2004. In 2005, the MCT Group merged with OZ Holding AG and has been operating under the brand of Valartis Group since 2007. From 1983 to 1996 he was Chief Investment Officer of Unifund for Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the CIS. Gustav Stenbolt is a member of the Board of Directors of ENR Russia Invest SA (as president), Eastern Property Holdings Ltd., Norinvest Holding SA, Whitebox Services AG, and Anglo Chinese Group Ltd., Hong Kong.

Philipp LeibundGut

A graduate of the college of higher education in Basle (FHBB), member of the Board of Directors of Valartis Group AG since 2016. From 2011 to 2015, Philipp LeibundGut was responsible for the Institutional Clients segment of Valartis Group and, until its sale in 2014, member of the Executive Board of Valartis Bank AG, Switzerland, where he was responsible for Corporate Finance, Structured Finance and Portfolio and Fund Management. From 2002 to 2006 he was a member of the executive management of Valartis Asset Management SA and from 2005 to 2011 member of the board of directors of Valartis Group AG, Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG, Valartis Bonus Card AG and Eastern Property Holdings Ltd., Tortola (BVI), as well as a member of the supervisory board of Valartis Bank (Austria) AG. Before that, Philipp LeibundGut was an investment advisor at Hansa AG, Baar, canton of Zug, Switzerland, from 1998 to 2001, where he was responsible for setting up an investment portfolio in Russia.

Olivier Brunisholz

Lic.iur. of the University of Fribourg. Since 15 May 2018, member of the Board of Directors. He is a founding partner of the law firm Briner & Brunisholz Lawyers in Geneva, Switzerland. Olivier Brunisholz specialises in Swiss and international taxation. As a board member in many Swiss and foreign companies and foundations, he has an international client basis. Furthermore, he is active in the field of immigration law, advises and assists clients on their establishment in Switzerland, as well as the formation or the transfer of their corporations to Swiss soil. He was admitted to the bar in 1983 in Geneva and in 1991 in Fribourg. Before founding his own law practice in 1991, he was with ABN Trust Company, Geneva (1983-1986) and with KPMG Peat Marwick, Geneva (1986-1991).

COMPENSATION COMMITTEE

The Compensation Committee was established in 2014 and consists of at least three members of the Board of Directors, each of whom is individually elected by the Annual General Meeting for a one-year term of office. Re-election is permissible. At the Annual General Meeting on 15 May 2018, Philipp LeibundGut and Gustav Stenbolt were confirmed as members and Olivier Brunisholz was newly elected to the Compensation Committee.

The Compensation Committee constitutes itself and determines one of its members as Chairman. The Compensation Committee meets as often as business requires, but typically three times a year.

Tasks

The Compensation Committee exercises its tasks and competencies as one and a collective body. The members have no personal powers and cannot give any instructions individually. The Compensation Committee may submit proposals to the Board of Directors in all matters relating to remuneration.

The Compensation Committee supports the Board of Directors in its tasks of duties and responsibilities in respect to the Group personnel policy. These include, among others:

  • the preparation, establishment and periodic review of the remuneration policy and the performance objectives of management
  • the periodic review of the implementation of the remuneration policy the annual review of the compensation of each member of the Executive Board
  • the annual assessment of executive board members
  • succession planning and nomination for senior management positions
  • selection of candidates for election or re-election to the Board of Directors.

GROUP EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT

Management is composed as follows.
Name
Year of birth
Position
since
Gustav Stenbolt
1957
Delegate of the Board of Directors
2017
George M. Isliker
1964
Group CFO/CRO
2011

Gustav Stenbolt

Lic. rer. pol. of the University of Fribourg. From March 2017 Delegate of the Board of Directors and since 2015 Chairman of the Board of Directors. From 2007 to 2015 he was Group CEO of Valartis Group AG. Since 2014, Gustav Stenbolt has also been Chairman of the Board of Directors of Valartis Advisory Services SA and, since 2009, President of the Board of Trustees of the Pension Fund of Valartis Group AG. From 2004 to 2007, he served as Chairman of the Executive Board of Jelmoli Holding AG. In 1996, Gustav Stenbolt founded the MCT Group in Geneva and was its CEO until 2004. In 2005, the MCT Group merged with OZ Holding AG and has been operating under the brand Valartis Group since 2007. From 1983 to 1996 he was Chief Investment Officer of Unifund for Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the CIS. Gustav Stenbolt is a member of the Board of Directors of ENR Russia Invest SA (President), Eastern Property Holdings Ltd., Norinvest Holding SA, Whitebox Services AG, and Anglo Chinese Group Ltd., Hong Kong.

George Marc Isliker

Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP), Law Studies at the University of St. Gallen (HSG). In 2011, George M. Isliker joined Valartis Group as Chief Financial Officer & Chief Risk Officer. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of Valartis Advisory Services SA since 2014 and, since 2015, member of the Board of Trustees of the Pension Fund of Valartis Group AG. From 2004 to 2010 he was Head of Group Finance & Risk at VP Bank Group, Vaduz, Liechtenstein. In 2003 he made a sabbatical year. From 1995 to 2002 he was Head of Finance and Head of Credit Department at the private banking group Hottinger & Cie Banquiers, Zurich, and from 1992 to 1995 as a certified public accountant at the auditing firm KPMG, Zurich.

Organisation of management

Management is responsible for the affairs of the Company, insofar as these are not reserved for the Board of Directors in accordance with the law, the articles of association or the Organisational Rules & Regulations. The delegate of the board of directors presides over the group. The Executive Board is responsible in particular for the implementation of the strategy of the Group as defined by the Board of Directors and for its results.

BDO SA, Genf

AUDITORS

The mandate of the external auditors is performed by BDO SA, Geneva, Switzerland. The external auditors will be elected for one year at the Annual General Meeting.

Duration of the mandate and term of office of the lead auditor

The election of BDO AG took place for the first time in 2017. The lead auditor is Nigel Le Masurier, who has held this position since the election in 2017.

Supervisory and control instruments vis-à-vis the auditors

It is the responsibility of the Board of Directors to audit the external auditors and the group auditors. It is responsible for the handling of the reports of the external auditors, being assisted in this task by the Audit Delegate of the Board of Directors.

TIMELINESS, TRANSPARENCY AND DIALOGUE

Investor Relations

Up-to-date information, transparency and dialogue are central elements of our information and communication policy. Shareholders, analysts, media and other dialogue groups have access to all relevant information for a comprehensive assessment of our company.

FINANCIAL BENCHMARKS

Basic values – Figures in CHF million

31.12.2017
31.12.2016
Total operating income
10.2
14.8
Income from management services
3.7
5.1
Income from investment property, net
5.0
6.8
Share of results of associated companies
0.3
0.7
Other income
1.2
2.3
Administrative expense
-12.0
-19.6
Personnel expense
-6.1
-9.0
General expense
-5.9
-10.7
Earnings before depreciation, valuation adjustments, provisions, interest and taxes
-1.8
-4.8
Depreciation, valuation adjustments and provisions
-1.8
-6.2
Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT)
-3.6
-10.9
Finance result, net
1.1
1.7
Net loss from continued operations before taxes
-2.5
-9.2
Income taxes
-0.3
-2.8
Net loss from continued operations
-2.7
-12.0
Net result from discontinued operations after taxes
1.0
-26.1
Net loss
-1.8
-38.1
attributable to shareholders of Valartis Group AG
-2.4
-43.2
attributable to non-controlling interests
0.6
5.1
Total assets
177
189
Current assets
83
88
Non-current assets
92
89
Total liabilitiesl
49
58
Current liabilities
38
52
Non-current liabilities
5
6
Total shareholdersʼ equity (including non-controlling interests)
135
131
Equity capital quota in percent
76.2
69.4
Closing price of VLRT bearer shares, in CHF
9.56
6.80
Equity of Shareholders per share, in CHF
24.82
23.73
Dividend per share, in CHF
0.20
0.20
Dividend yield in percent
2.1
2.9

AN INSIGHT INTO THE BUSINESS PERFORMANCE OF THE GROUP

ANNUAL REPORTS

In order to provide all shareholders, investors and other capital market participants with an insight into the business performance of the Group, Valartis Group AG publishes a detailed annual report in April and a Half-Year report at the end of August with key figures and comments.

Our current annual report and the archived annual and interim reports are available for download in electronic form (you need a current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader: Adobe Acrobat Reader).

ANNUAL REPORTS ARCHIVE

On this page you will find the annual and Half-Year reports of Valartis Group since 2001 in PDF format. To view, you need a current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

FINANCIAL PUBLICATIONS

Valartis Group publishes important information and numbers on the following dates:

 
14 May 2019 Annual General Meeting 2019
 
 

CONSISTENT IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOGNISED STANDARDS

Corporate Governance

Valartis Group attaches great importance to a strong corporate governance and sees this as a key factor in the company’s success. The preservation of shareholder interests, a transparent and comprehensive information policy and an appropriate compensation policy are key elements of the corporate governance of Valartis Group. In addition, corporate governance rules the relationship between management and control of the group.

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE RULES OF VALARTIS GROUP

Valartis Group’s corporate governance policies clearly and equitably define and distribute the roles, competences and responsibilities of management and supervisory bodies and provide for appropriate controls. All corporate governance principles and guidelines are binding on the organisation and management of Valartis Group. These documents form the corporate governance framework of Valartis Group and include the following elements:

RISK ENVIRONMENT OF VALARTIS GROUP

RISK MANAGEMENT

Risk management is geared to the risks on the assets side and adheres to the professional principles of a value-oriented corporate management, which includes the targeted assumption of risks and their professional management. After taking into account the basic principle of risk-bearing capacity, the return-oriented acceptance of risks is thus the focus of our risk management.

IMPLEMENTATION OF A RISK ASSESSMENT

The Board of Directors deals with the monitoring of the risk management system and the treatment of all risks on a quarterly basis with corresponding reports. Current topics of risk are discussed and evaluated. On this basis, strategic and organisational decisions are made with the aim of optimising the risk positions of Valartis Group. An essential component for this is the conception and further development of the internal control system, with which identified risks are addressed by appropriate and adequate control measures with the objective of minimising their likelihood of occurrence. Appropriately setting up risk management and controlling processes to identify, assess, manage and communicate the significant risks and associated risk concentrations ensures that all risks are taken into account. A key objective is to create transparency about risks at an early stage and to reduce potential loss risks.

TIMELY, OPEN AND COMPREHENSIVE

INFORMATION POLICY

The statutory notices of Valartis Group are valid if published in the official gazette (“Swiss Official Gazette”). Valartis Group AG informs shareholders and capital market participants in a timely, open and comprehensive. Its information policy is based on the principle of equal treatment. As a company listed on the Swiss Exchange SIX Swiss Exchange, Valartis Group AG is subject in particular to the obligation to immediately disclose price-sensitive events (Directive Ad hoc Publicity, DAH SIX).

Agenda 2018

Annual General Meeting 2019 14 May 2019

Investor Relations

Valartis Group AG
Rue de Romont 29/31
1700 Fribourg FR
Switzerland
Tel. +41 44 503 54 10
corporate.communications@valartis.ch

Valartis Stock Information

Stock exchange listing: SIX Swiss Exchange
Ticker symbol: VLRT
Reuters: VLRT.S
Bloomberg: VLRT SW
ISIN: CH0367427686
www.valartisgroup.ch

VALARTIS GROUP BEARER SHARES

SHARE INFORMATION

Conversion of bearer shares into registered shares

The Annual General Meeting of shareholders of 16 May 2017 of Valartis Group AG has decided to convert the existing bearer shares into registered shares and changed the Article of Association accordingly.

After conversion, the share capital of Valartis Group AG was unchanged at CHF 5’000’000.00 and consists of 5,000,000 registered shares with a nominal value of CHF 1.00 each.

Valartis Group AG

ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

15 May 2018
approved by the General Meeting on 15 May 2018

Articles of Association

PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS BEHAVIOUR

Code of Conduct

This code of conduct (the “Code”) sets out the principles of business behaviour of Valartis Group and all its subsidiaries (collectively referred to as “Valartis”), all members of the Board of Directors and all employees of Valartis.

It is valid for all companies of Valartis Group. All directors and all employees of these companies have to keep to this code.

1 April 2010
Code of Conduct

INVESTOR AND MEDIA RELATIONS ARE OF GREAT IMPORTANCE

News

For Valartis Group, investors and media relations are of great importance. Therefore, timeliness and transparency represent a key element of our information policy. This site offers journalists, investors, customers and other interested parties current information on Valartis Group.

FINANCIAL PUBLICATIONS

Events & DATES

Valartis Group publishes on the following dates for investors, media representatives and analysts important facts and figures:

 
14 May 2019 Annual General Meeting 2019
 
 

NEWS & PRESS RELEASES

On this page you will find the latest news and press releases of Valartis Group. Use our e-mail news service in order to stay on top of the current developments and changes to date.

Business year 2018

Business year 2017

Business year 2016

18.11.2016 Valartis Group AG: Lifting of definitive moratorium due to successful recovery

28.10.2016 Liechtenstein-based Valartis Finance Holding AG’s recovery successfully concluded – completion of recovery plan for Valartis Group AG expected at end-November

21.09.2016 Closing on the takeover of Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG by Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Ltd. – final precondition for successful implementation of recovery plans fulfilled

13.09.2016 The Extraordinary General Meeting of Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Ltd. has endorsed acquisition of Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG

30.08.2016 Half-Year Report 2016

30.08.2016 Valartis Group AG – Group consolidated financial statements for first half-year 2016

26.08.2016 FMA Liechtenstein and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) approve the sale of Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG

12.08.2016 Provisional results for the first half-year 2016

30.06.2016 Closing of the sales transaction of Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG expected in third quarter of 2016

28.06.2016 Outcome of the Valartis Group AG General Meeting 2016

07.06.2016 Invitation to the Valartis Group AG Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders 2016; the Board of Directors proposes Mr Philipp LeibundGut for replacement election of the Board

24.05.2016 Valartis Group – Consolidated Financial Statement 2015

19.05.2016 Cantonal Court of Zug approves Valartis Group AG application for an extension of the current definitive moratorium

01.04.2016 Closing on takeover of banking operations of Valartis Bank (Austria) AG by Wiener Privatbank SE

29.03.2016 Valartis Group to sell Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG to Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Ltd.

25.01.2016 SIX Exchange Regulation approves Valartis Group AG application for an extended deadline for publication of their 2015 Annual Report

21.09.2016 Closing on the takeover of Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG by Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Ltd. – final precondition for successful implementation of recovery plans fulfilled

15.01.2016 Outcome of the Valartis Group AG Extraordinary General Meeting

Business year 2015

21.12.2015 Wiener Privatbank SE signs contracts of sale to acquire the banking operations of Valartis Bank (Austria) AG

18.12.2015 Invitation to the Extraordinary Shareholders’ General Meeting of Valartis Group AG. The Board of Directors nominates Stephan Häberle for replacement election as member of the Board of Directors

23.11.2015 Cantonal Court of Zug approves Valartis Group AG application for a definitive moratorium

20.11.2015 Wiener Privatbank plans to take over Valartis Bank (Austria) AG’s banking operations

16.11.2015 Valartis Group AG, Baar, under provisional moratorium; application for a definitive moratorium will be submitted today

02.11.2015 Jean-François Ducrest announces immediate withdrawal from the Valartis Group AG Board of Directors

25.08.2015 Valartis Group – Consolidated financial statement for the first half-year 2015

15.06.2015 Urs Maurer-Lambrou announces immediate withdrawal from the Valartis

02.06.2015 Outcome of the Valartis Group AG General Meeting 2015

11.05.2015 Valartis Group AG invites its Shareholders to the 2015 Ordinary General Shareholders’ Meeting

11.05.2015 The Board of Directors of Valartis Group nominates Gustav Stenbolt for election as Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting 2015. Stephan Häberle is designated as Group CEO.

28.04.2015 2014 Valartis Group Consolidated Financial Statements

10.04.2015 Valartis Group postpones 2015 results media conference and Ordinary General Meeting

06.02.2015 Valartis Group is expecting a significantly lower Group result for 2014

02.06.2015 Outcome of the Valartis Group AG General Meeting 2015

Business year 2014

Business year 2013

Business year 2012

Business year 2011

Business year 2010

Business year 2009

Business year 2008

Business year 2007

Business year 2006

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Domicile
Valartis Group AG
Rue de Romont 29/31
1700 Fribourg FR, Switzerland
Tel. +41 58 501 62 20
Fax +41 58 501 62 22

Location Geneva
Valartis Advisory Services SA
2-4 place du Molard
1211 Geneva 3, Switzerland
Tel. +41 22 716 10 00
Fax +41 22 716 10 01

Location Zurich
Valartis Advisory Services SA
St. Annagasse 18
CH-8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Tel. +41 44 503 54 00
Fax +41 44 503 54 49

Asset Management Russia
Valartis International Ltd.
Petrovka Street 5
RU-107031 Moscow, Russia
Tel. +7495 730 35 25
Fax +7495 730 35 26

Asset Management Luxembourg
MCT Luxembourg Management S.à.rl
23, Rue des Jardiniers
L-1835 Luxembourg
Tel. +352 26 20 25 94
Fax +352 26 20 25 84

Investor & Media Relations
Valartis Group AG
Corporate Communications
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1700 Fribourg FR, Switzerland
Tel. +41 44 503 54 00
corporate.communications@valartis.ch

Valartis Stock Information: Stock Exchange
Listing : SIX Swiss Exchange
Ticker symbol: VLRT
Reuters: VLRT.S
Bloomberg: VLRT SW
ISIN: CH0367427686

Domicile
Valartis Group AG
rue de Romont 29/31
1700 Fribourg FR, Switzerland
Tel. +41 58 501 62 20

Location Geneva
Valartis Advisory Services SA
2-4 place du Molard
1211 Geneva 3, Switzerland
Tel. +41 22 716 10 00
Fax +41 22 716 10 01

Location Zurich
Valartis Advisory Services SA
St. Annagasse 18
CH-8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Tel. +41 44 503 54 00
Fax +41 44 503 54 49

Asset Management Russia
Valartis International Ltd.
Petrovka Street 5
RU-107031 Moscow, Russia
Tel. +7495 730 35 25
Fax +7495 730 35 26

Asset Management Luxembourg
MCT Luxembourg Management S.à.rl
23, rue des Jardiniers
L-1835 Luxembourg
Tel. +352 26 20 25 94
Fax +352 26 20 25 84

Investor & Media Relations
Valartis Group AG
Corporate Communications
rue de Romont 29/31
1700 Fribourg FR, Switzerland
Tel. +41 44 503 54 00
corporate.communications@valartis.ch

Valartis Stock Information: Stock Exchange
Listing : SIX Swiss Exchange
Ticker symbol: VLRT
Reuters: VLRT.S
Bloomberg: VLRT SW
ISIN: CH0367427686