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Agreement for the partial management of the share buy-back program
PARIS, France, September 13, 2010 - Valeo has requested the assistance of an
Investment Services Provider in order to achieve certain objectives of its share
buy-back program, as authorized by the Combined Annual General shareholders'
meeting of June 3, 2010.
According to the terms of the Contract signed on September 13, 2010, the
Investment Services Provider will sell to Valeo, who undertakes to acquire them
at term, a certain quantity of Valeo within the limit of 32 million euros and
1000 000 shares, at an average price determined in an objective an independent
manner by the market during the full term of the Contract and which may not in
any case exceed the maximum purchase price set by the Combined Annual General
shareholders' meeting of June 3, 2010. All these shares will be allocated to
cover the Implementation of any stock option purchase plan, the allotment of
shares to employees in respect of their participation in the proceeds of the
company's expansion and the implantation of any company savings plan.
Valeo is an independent industrial group fully focused on the design, production
and sale of components, integrated systems and modules for cars and trucks.
Valeo ranks among the world's top automotive suppliers. The Group has 117
plants, 61 R&D centers, 10 distribution centers, and employs 56,000 people in 27
For all additional information, please contact:
Thierry Lacorre, Investor Relations, Tel : +33 22.214.171.124.93
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