EFG extends buyback of shares to fund its variable deferred share-based employee compensation

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On 16 November 2023, EFG International announced as part of its 10 months trading update that it intended to buy back up to 3 million own shares until the end of April 2024 in order to fund variable deferred share-based employee compensation. Since then, 644,465 EFG shares have been repurchased (as of end of 26 April 2024). EFG International is today announcing that it has decided to extend the end date of its buyback of up to 3 million of its own shares from the end of April 2024 to the end of July 2024. The purchase is being executed through open market purchases in a market-sensitive manner by a third party.

This share buyback complements the existing and ongoing public share buyback programme announced on 26 July 2023 to repurchase up to a maximum of 6 million EFG shares by 11 September 2024 at the latest through a second trading line on SIX Swiss Exchange and to subsequently cancel those shares.

The number of shares repurchased within and outside the buyback programme will be reported on https://www.efginternational.com/investors/share-repurchase while the share buyback programme is ongoing.

About EFG International
EFG International is a global private banking group offering private banking and asset management services and is headquartered in Zurich. EFG International’s group of private banking businesses operates in around 40 locations worldwide. Its registered shares (EFGN) are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

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