Share Buy-back at Royal Unibrew A/S On 1 June 2007, Royal Unibrew A/S launched its published Share Buy-back Programme with expected maximum share buy-back for DKK 200 million in the period up to the next annual General Meeting on 28 April 2008 (cf Announcement RU 18/2007 of 31 May 2007).
Royal Unibrew's total share capital and voting rights With reference to Article 17(2) of the Executive Order regarding the issuer's duty to disclose, we hereby state that the share capital of Royal Unibrew at 1 June 2007 amounts to DKK 61,800,000 divided into shares of DKK 10 or multiples hereof.
Share Buy-back under ”Safe Harbour” Royal Unibrew launches Share Buy-back Programme for up to DKK 200 million The Supervisory Board of Royal Unibrew has decided to buy back shares for treasury within the limit of 10% authorised at the General Meeting.
As announced in Royal Unibrew's announcement RU06/2007 of 15 February 2007, Royal Uni-brew's acquisition of 100% of the share capital and votes of the Polish brewery company Browar Lomza Sp. z o.o. was subject to, among other things, approval of the acquisition by the Polish competition
• Loss before tax amounting to DKK 59.1 million as expected • Consolidated loss amounting to DKK 42.6 million • Net revenue up by 9% to DKK 705 million • Free cash flow improved by DKK 26.5 million amounting to a negative DKK 50.4 million compared to a negative DKK 76.9 million in 2006 •
The Supervisory Board of Royal Unibrew A/S hereby gives notice of the Annual General Meeting 2007 of the Company to be held on: Monday, 30 April 2007 at 17:00 in a tent south west of the brewery administration building, Faxe Allé 1, DK-4640 Faxe
* Net revenue up by 8% to DKK 3,439 million (including organic growth of 7%) *Profit before tax of DKK 320 million, the highest profit ever recorded by the Group (14% over 2005) * Consolidated profit after tax of DKK 230 million (4% over 2005) * Financial ratios measured against the MACH II Plan: