2013 Current Reports EN

48/2013 Information about shareholders holding at least 5% of the voting rights at the Extraordinary General Meeting of CELTIC PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS S.A. held on 24 October, 2013.

The Management Board of CELTIC PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS S.A. (“the Company”) hereby informs about shareholders holding at least 5% of the voting rights at the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held on 1 July 2013, after the break in the proceedings ordered by the meeting on 24 October, 2013,
List of shareholders holding at least 5% of the votes with number of votes held by each of them according to shares of the Company and an indication of their percentage share in votes represented at the Ordinary General Meeting of the Company and in the total number of shares of the Company, is attached to the Report.

Legal basis: Article 70 sec. 3 of the Act on Public Offering, Conditions Governing the Introduction of Financial Instruments to an Organized Trading and Public Companies, dated 29 July 2005.

Signatures of persons entitled to representation:

1. Iwona Makarewicz, Member of the Board, 24.10.2013 r.
2. Piotr Turchoński, Member of the Board, 24.10.2013 r.

Downloads
Shareholders_list_over_5procent_OGM_CPD_S.A._01.07.2013.pdf

47/2013 Resolutions adopted by the Extraordinary General Meeting of CELTIC PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS S.A. held 24 October 2013

The Management Board of CELTIC PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS S.A. („the Company”) hereby announces the contents of resolutions adopted by the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held 24 October 2013.
Resolutions adopted by the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company are presented in the document attached to this report.

Legal basis: § 38.1.7 of the Decree of Minister of Finance dated 19th of February 2009 on current and periodic information published by issuers of securities and conditions for recognizing as equivalent information required by law of nonmembers of state

Signatures of the persons entitled to representation:
1. Iwona Makarewicz, Member of the Board, 24.10.2013 r.
2. Piotr Turchoński, Member of the Board, 24.10.2013 r.

Downloads
20131024_Resolutions_EGM_CPD_S.A..pdf

46/2013 Appointment member of the Supervisory Board

The Management Board of CELTIC PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS S.A. (“the Company”) informs, that on 24 October 2013 the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company appointed Mr. Andrew Pegge as a member of the Supervisory Board of the current term of office from 24 October 2013.

Mr. Andrew Pegge has a university degree, is a graduate of Sussex University (UK), he completed postgraduate studies in Marketing at The Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK) and MBA in Finance at the City University Business School (United Kingdom). Andrew holds CFA – Licensed Financial Analyst (Chartered Financial Analyst) obtained in the AIMR (Association for Investment Management Research – United States).

Professional Experience Mr. Andrew Pegge is as follows:
10.01.2013-24.09.2013 – Member of the Management Board of the Celtic Property Developments S.A.
2000 – present: Director / Manager of the Fund Laxey Partners Limited (Isle of Man) and Member of the Board and Director of the entities of the Laxey Partners group and funds managed by: responsible for analytical systems development supporting investment decision-making process; innovative implementation of systematic analysis of closed-end funds, the analysis the liquidity of their assets and the costs of implementation,
1998 – 1999: Financial Supervisory Commission of Isle of Man – consultant supervising investment funds,
1995 – 1998: Regent Fund Management Ltd, London / Isle of Man (United Kingdom) – senior investment manager, particularly in charge of the portfolio of global emerging markets,
1990 – 1994: Buchanan Partners, London (United Kingdom) – Co-investment manager, responsible for transactions in emerging markets,
1987 – 1990: Laurentian Fund Management, London (United Kingdom) – management systems manager,

In accordance to his statement, Mr. Andrew Pegge does not compete in relation to the Company, does not participate in any competitive company as a partner of a partnership or as a member of the other companies and does not participate in any other competitive legal person as a member or it’s governing body.

On the basis of the statement, he is not entered in the Register of Insolvent Debtors maintained pursuant to the Act on the National Court Register.

Legal basis: § 5.1.22 and § 28 of the Decree of Minister of Finance dated 19th of February 2009 on current and periodic information published by issuers of securities and conditions for recognizing as equivalent information required by law of nonmember state.

Signatures of persons entitled to representation:

1. Iwona Makarewicz, Member of the Board, 24.10.2013 r.
2. Piotr Turchoński, Member of the Board, 24.10.2013 r.

45/2013 CONVENING THE EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING

The Management Board of Celtic Property Developments S.A. with the corporate seat in Warsaw (hereinafter “the Company”), registered in the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw, XIII Economic Division of the National Court Register under number KRS 0000277147, pursuant to articles 395, 399 § 1,and 4022 of the Commercial Companies Code (hereinafter “CCC”) and § 38.1 of the Ordinance of the Minister of Finance of 19 February 2009 OGM on current and periodic information passed by issuers of securities and on conditions of considering it as equivalent to information required under the law of state that is not a Member State (Journal of Laws No. 33, item 259, as amended), hereby convenes the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company (hereinafter “the General Meeting” “the Extraordinary General Meeting” or “OGM”) to be held on October 24, 2013 at 12:00 at the Company’s office at Cybernetyki 7B, 02-677 Warsaw, with the following agenda:

1) Opening the General Meeting.
2) Appointing the Chairman of the General Meeting.
3) Confirming that the Extraordinary General Meeting has been convened correctly and is empowered to adopt resolutions.
4) Adopting the agenda of the General Meeting.
5) Adopting the composition of the members of the Supervisory Board
6) Closing the General Meeting.

II. Information on attendance at the General Meeting

1. Stockholders’ rights to demand putting certain issues on the agenda of the General Meeting and to submit draft resolutions

1.1. Right to demand putting certain issues on the agenda of the General Meeting
Under article 401.1 of the Code of Commercial Companies (hereinafter “CCC”), Stockholder(s) representing at least one twentieth of the Company’s equity may demand putting certain issues on the agenda of the General Meeting. The demand should be submitted to the Company’s Management Board at least twenty-one days prior to the day of the General Meeting, i.e. until October 3, 2013.

The demand should contain:
(i) justification of or draft resolution on the proposed item of the agenda;
(ii) copy of document confirming the Stockholder’s identity:
– natural persons: copy of ID card, passport or any other document confirming the Stockholder’s identity;
– Stockholder other than natural person (legal person, organisational unit without personality at law): copy of extract from relevant register or another document confirming the natural person(s) right to represent the Stockholder, as well as copy of ID card, passport or any other official document confirming identity of person(s) authorised to represent the Stockholder;
– if the demand is submitted by proxy, additionally: copy of power of attorney granted by the Stockholder or by the Stockholder’s representative (if the Stockholder is not a natural person) and copy of ID card, passport or any other official document confirming the proxy’s identity; or, when the proxy is not a natural person: copy of extract from relevant register or another document confirming authorisation of natural person(s) to represent the proxy, as well as copies of ID cards, passports or other official documents confirming identity of natural person(s) authorised to represent the proxy;
(iii) document(s) confirming the number of stocks in the Company authorising its holder to submit the demand, which may be a certificate of deposit issued by the operator of securities account with stocks in the Company held by the Stockholder(s) submitting the demand, which will evidence that the party submitting the demand is the Stockholder of the Company (or Stockholders of the Company acting jointly, or proxy of Stockholders under relevant power of attorney) and that that party represents at least 1/20 of the Company’s equity.
The demand may be submitted at the Company’s office (ul. Cybernetyki 7B, 02-677 Warsaw) or by email: shareholder@celtic.pl (.pdf format)

1.2. Right to submit draft resolutions on issues put on the agenda of the General Meeting
Under article 401.4 of CCC, Stockholder(s) representing at least one twentieth of the Company’s equity may submit draft resolutions on issues put on the agenda of the General Meeting or issues that may be put on the agenda. Those drafts should be submitted in written form before the date of the General Meeting to the Company’s office (ul. Cybernetyki 7B, 02-677 Warsaw) or by email: shareholder@celtic.pl (.pdf format). Those drafts should be appended with the documents mentioned in 1.1(ii) and (iii) above.

1.3. Right to submit draft resolutions during the General Meeting
Under article 401.5 CCC, during the General Meeting each Stockholder authorised to attend it may submit draft resolutions on issued put on the agenda of the General Meeting.

2. Procedures for attending the General Meeting and exercising the right to vote

2.1. Day of registration of attendance and right to attend OGM
The Management Board of the Company informs that under article 4061 CCC the General Meeting may be attended only by persons that are Stockholders of the Company as of sixteenth day preceding the date of the General Meeting, i.e Octobre 8, 2013 (“the Attendance Registration Day”).

The number of Stockholders authorised to attend the General Meeting will be fixed on the basis of information received by the Company from the National Securities Depository (hereinafter “KDPW”). However, the Management Board recommends Stockholders to carry their individual certificates of right to attend the General Meeting issued by the securities account operator. The request to issue individual certificate of right to attend the General Meeting should be submitted to the securities account operator after the date of this notice of convention of the General Meeting until the first working day after the Attendance Registration Day, i.e. until October 9, 2013.

2.2. List Stockholders entitled to attend OGM
The list of Stockholders entitled to attend the General Meeting will be compiled on the basis of the list provided by KDPW and will be available at the Management Board’s office in Warsaw, ul. Cybernetyki 7b, from 9:00 to 16:00 for three working days preceding the General Meeting, i.e. from October 21, 2013 to October 23, 2013. Stockholders may review the list of Stockholders entitled to attend the General Meeting at that office and may demand a copy of that list, upon payment for making such a copy.

During the three working days preceding the General Meeting, each Stockholder may request mailing the list of Stockholders entitled to attend the General Meeting, free of charge, to a given address. The request must be written and signed by the Stockholder or by persons authorised to represent that Stockholder and must be emailed to shareholder@celtic.pl (.pdf format) with copies of documents confirming the fact that the requesting person is a Stockholder and confirming the identity of the Stockholder or the person representing the Stockholder as provided in sections 1.1(ii) and (iii) above.

2.3. Method of attending the General Meeting and exercising the right to vote
Stockholders who are natural persons may attend the General Meeting and exercise their right to vote personally or through proxies. Stockholders that are not natural persons may attend the General Meeting and exercise their right to vote through persons authorised to declare those Stockholders’ intentions or through proxies.

Stockholders will be admitted to the General Meeting upon presentation of identity document; proxies will be admitted upon presentation of identity document and power of attorney. Proxies and representatives of Stockholders other than natural persons should also present valid extracts from relevant registers indicating persons authorised to represent those entities and evidencing their right to represent the Stockholder.

Half an hour before starting the General Meeting registration of its attendants will begin by signing by Stockholders and/or their proxies of the list of attendants compiled on the basis of the list of admitted parties indicating numbers of their stocks and related votes at the General Meeting.

If any Stockholder is not put on the list of admitted parties but possesses individual certificate of right to attend the General Meeting issued by the securities account operator not later than on the first working day after the Attendance Registration Day, the Company must admit that Stockholder to the General Meeting.

When a Stockholder is put on the list of admitted parties, the Company must not demand any certificate of that Stockholder’s right to attend the General Meeting.

2.4. Stockholders’ proxies
(i) Under article 4121.2 of CCC, powers of attorney should be granted in writing or emailed. Emailed powers of attorney do not require any safe electronic signature verified by valid qualified certificate.
(ii) Electronic powers of attorney may be emailed on the form provided on the Company’s web site www.celtic.pl, insert “General Meetings”, which is compliant with article 4023.1.5 CCC. Stockholders are not required to use that form but their powers of attorney must contain at least the particulars provided on that form. Besides the power of attorney, the above site also contains instructions for exercising the right to vote at the General Meeting by proxies. Following those instructions is not obligatory.
(iii) Information on granting or revoking any emailed power of attorney should be emailed by the Stockholder together with the power of attorney before closing of the list of attendants of the General Meeting produced on the day of the General Meeting before its start, and must precede the proxy’s request to be put on the list of attendants. The above information should be emailed to shareholder@celtic.pl by sending a scan of the power of attorney (.pdf format) signed by the Stockholder (without attachment – voting instruction) or, in the case of Stockholders other than natural persons, by persons authorised to represent the Stockholder. Besides the power of attorney, the Stockholder that granted it should also send data enabling its identification and verification of validity of the power of attorney: name and surname of the Stockholder, PESEL number, home address, e-mail, telephone.
(iv) In order to verify the power of attorney granted by email, the Company may take certain steps necessary to identify the Stockholder and its proxy, especially to pose electronic question by return email and to telephone. Lack of answer to those questions during verification will be treated as inability to verify the power of attorney and will constitute grounds for refusal to admit the proxy to the General Meeting.
(v) In order to confirm authenticity of the power of attorney, it is recommended that the Stockholder hands-over to the proxy a printed copy of the aforementioned information passed to the Company.
(vi) Printout of emailed power of attorney will be attached to the list of attendants produced before start of the General Meeting and thereafter will be attached to the Notary Public’s minutes from the General Meeting according to the article 421.1 of CCC.
(vii) If a proxy at the General Meeting is a member of the Company’s Management Board, member of the Company’s Supervisory Board, employee of the Company or member of body or employee of the Company’s subsidiary, the power of attorney may entitle its holder to attend only one General Meeting. The proxy will be required to inform the Stockholder of any circumstances indicative of existence or possibility of existence of any conflict of interests. Such a proxy will vote in accordance with instructions granted by the Stockholder; and no further power of attorney may be granted.

2.5. Possibility and method of attending the General Meeting through electronic telecommunication
The Company Statute, the General Meeting By-laws and the Management Board do not provide for any possibility to attend the General Meeting by electronic telecommunication.

2.6. Method of taking the floor during the General Meeting by electronic telecommunication
The Company Statute, the General Meeting By-laws and the Management Board do not provide for any possibility to take the floor during the General Meeting by electronic telecommunication.

2.7. Method of exercising the right to vote by correspondence or electronic telecommunication
The Company Statute, the General Meeting By-laws and the Management Board do not provide for any possibility to exercise he right to vote at the General Meeting by correspondence or electronic telecommunication.

3. Documentation of the General Meeting and other information

3.1. Documentation of the General Meeting
Each person entitled to attend the General Meeting may obtain full documentation to be presented at the General Meeting, draft resolutions with justifications, comments of the Management Board or the Supervisory Board of the Company regarding the issues put on the agenda of the General Meeting or issues that may be put on the agenda before the date of the Extraordinary General Meeting on the Company’s web site www.celtic.pl., insert “General Meetings”, and at the Company’s office in Warsaw, ul. Cybernetyki 7b, 02-677 Warsaw.

From October 18, 2013 Stockholders may request the Company to release copies of requests regarding issues put on the agenda.

3.2. Information on the General Meeting
Information on the General Meeting will be available on the Company’s web site www.celtic.pl.

3.3. Other information
The Management Board informs that any issues not included in this notice are subject to provisions of the Commercial Companies Code, the Company Statute, the General Meeting By-laws and regulations on trading in securities, especially of public companies, one of which is Celtic Property Developments S.A. with the corporate seat in Warsaw. The Management Board requests the Stockholders of the Company to read these regulations (the Statute and the General Meeting By-laws are available on the Company’s web site) and to seek advice of specialist legal advisors on impact of those regulations on the present and planned activities of the Stockholders.

The following documents are attached to this report:
1. Draft resolutions of the Extraordinary General Meeting of CPD S.A.
2. Opinion of the Management Board and of the Supervisory Board on draft resolutions of the Extraordinary General Meeting of CPD S.A.
3. Power of Attorney for of the Extraordinary General Meeting of CPD S.A.
4. Instruction for the Power of Attorney of the Extraordinary General Meeting of CPD S.A.
5. Information on total number of shares in CPD S.A.

Downloads
1_Draft_of_the_resolutions_EGM_CPD_S.A..pdf
2_Justification_of_draft_resolutions_EGM_CPD_S.A..pdf
3_Power_of_attorney_EGM_CPD_S.A..pdf
4_Instruction_to_the_poa_EGM_CPD_S.A..pdf
5_Information_on_the_total_number_of_shares_EGM_CPD_S.A..pdf

44/2013 Appointment of Board Members

Board of Celtic Property Developments SA (the Company) announces that the September 25, 2013 , the Supervisory Board of the Company, adopted Resolution No. 2/IX/2013 appointing Ms. Iwona Makarewicz , Mr. Piotr Turchoński and Mr. Colin Kingsnorth to act as members of the Board of the current term .

The Supervisory Board appointed the President of the Board Ms. Elżbieta Wiczkowska.

Mr. Piotr Turchoński and Ms. Iwona Makarewicz were appointed Members of the Management Board, with effect from 25 September 2013.

Mr. Colin Kingsnorth starts carry out its mandate from the start of the next General Meeting, whose agenda will include a section on changes in the composition of the Supervisory Board.

As a result of the changes , the composition of the Board of the Company as at 25 September 2013 are as follows:

1 ) Mrs. Elżbieta Wiczkowska – President ;
2 ) Ms. Iwona Makarewicz – Member of the Board ;
3 ) Mr. Piotr Turchoński – Member of the Board

Legal basis : § 5 . 1 point 22 and § 28 of the Ordinance of the Minister of Finance of 19 February 2009 on current and periodic information published by issuers of securities and conditions for recognizing as equivalent information required by the law of a non -Member State.

Signatures of persons authorized to represent :

1. Iwona Makarewicz , Board Member, September 25, 2013
2.Piotr Turchoński , Board Member, September 25, 2013

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