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Repositioning of shares
Nyxoah SA (“Nyxoah”) is a dual listed company. The company’s shares are listed on two listing exchanges: Euronext Brussels, in Belgium, and the Nasdaq Global Market (“Nasdaq”), in the United States of America (“U.S.”). The shares are identical and have the same rights.
Holders of Nyxoah shares may reposition their shares from one listing exchange to the other after completing a simple procedure for repositioning. The share register is unique but it is split into two components. The U.S. component is managed by Computershare Trust Company N.A. (“Computershare”) and the Belgian component is managed by Euroclear Belgium. There is no secondary listing for Nyxoah as both listing exchanges are considered the primary listings of Nyxoah.
Shareholders who wish to reposition their shares must contact their financial intermediary or custodian for assistance, who should in turn contact Euroclear Belgium (Nyxoah’s Belgian transfer agent) or Computershare (Nyxoah’s U.S. transfer agent). The transfer agents are responsible for providing assistance. Below you can also find a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
When Nyxoah’s ordinary shares are traded on Nasdaq, they are (unless otherwise restricted) reflected in the U.S. component of Nyxoah’s share register (with trades settling through the systems of DTC, the U.S. central securities depository system (“CSD”)), and when they are traded on Euronext Brussels, they are reflected in the Belgian component of Nyxoah’s share register (with trades settling through the systems of the Euroclear CSD). In the framework of corporate events (including the payment of dividends or shareholders’ meetings), Nyxoah may suspend the repositioning of shares between both markets for short periods of time. Nyxoah will inform its shareholders of such “freeze periods” on its website on the pages “Shareholder Information”, “Shareholders’ Meetings”, “Dividend” or elsewhere, as the case may be.