The agreement is subject to the conclusion of the bank financing necessary for the implementation of the transaction and the contract with regard to the final terms of the agreements governing their relations, which will be negotiated in the coming days on the basis of the essential conditions already agreed and which will be made public in due course. The result is a complement to the forward-looking offer published by HOCHTIEF and subject to CNMV`s approval. HOCHTIEF Aktiengesellschaft: HOCHTIEF, ACS and Atlantia have agreed on a joint approach to the acquisition of the Abertis shareholder contract signed by Criteria Caixa. S.A.U., with BCN Godia S.L.U and G3T, S.L. CNMV Atlantia CEO Giovanni Castellucci expressed satisfaction with the agreement with ACS to buy and create Abertis, which he says will be the largest infrastructure group in the world. the shareholders` pact signed by Hochtief AG; ACS, Actividades de Construccién y Servicios, S.A. and Atlantia, S.p.A CNMV A Criteria Spokesperson says that the holding company has not yet decided what it will do with Abertis. This will be done when all the details of the agreement between ACS and Atlantia are known. Subject to the agreement of their respective governing bodies, requested at the time of this agreement, HOCHTIEF, Atlantia S.p.A and ACS, Actividades de Construccién y Servicios, S.A. have entered into a joint participation agreement in Abertis Infrastructuras, S.A. which is in principle binding, but under certain conditions.

The Italian company believes that the agreement opens the doors to markets where they are not present, such as Germany, the United States, Canada and Australia. “We look forward to working with ACS and Abertis, maximizing our potential and creating a global platform,” Castellucci said in a statement issued after the company`s board meeting to approve the deal. La Caixa will spend the 3.9 billion euros, including just over 2.6 billion euros in capital gains, on acquisitions. His idea is to reinvest this money in other companies to strengthen its presence. But Repsol, where Criteria now controls 9% after holding more than 15% at the same time, has disappeared from the radar. Gas Natural also, where it is the largest shareholder with 24.4%. Ad hoc-Release: CIMIC in exclusive negotiations for Thiess Partners actions Update on BICC strategic review and impact on 2019 financial results and dividends . . Publication of inside information in accordance with Article 17 of the EU Market Abuse Regulation from 3 July 2016. Previous notices were issued pursuant to section 15 of the Securities Trading Act.

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