General Meetings

General Meetings
 

Download the Voting Results (French version)

 

Ordinary General Meeting Sept 29, 2016 - Postal votingform / Proxy

 

Convening notice (booklet)

 

Convening notice published in the BALO

 

Registration document 2016 including the Management report, the Chairman's report on corporate governance and internal control, and the Auditor's reports

 

Number of shares and voting rights as of August 24th, 2016 (date of publication of the notice to attend)

 

Certificate of sponsorship certified by the Auditors (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the decrease in share capital by cancellation of treasury shares (18th resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the increase in share capital reserved to members of a Group savings plan, for employees of subsidiaries abroad (outside a group savings plan) [...] (19th, 20th, 21st resolutions) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the authorization to the Board to award ordinary shares free of charge to employees, including some members of the Executive Committee and/or Top Management [...] (22nd resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the authorization to the Board to award ordinary shares to the Company’s executive corporate officers (23rd resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors’ report on the authorization to the Board to grant stock options to Company’s executive corporate officers (24th resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the authorization to the Board to issue shares in exchange for contribution in kind (25th resolution) (French only)

 

Download the AGM Roadshow slideshow

 

Download the presentation of resolutions

 

Download the notice to attend BALO August 24, 2016 with the resolutions included

General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
 

Download the Voting Results (French version)

 

GM - 2015.09.23 at 11:30am - Download the Access Map

 

Ordinary General Meeting Sept 23, 2015 - Postal voting form / Proxy

 

Convening notice (booklet)

 

Convening notice published in the BALO

 

Registration document 2015 including the Management Report, the Chairman's report on corporate governance and internal control, and the Auditor's reports

 

Number of shares and voting rights as of August 19th, 2015 (date of publication of the notice to attend)

 

Certificate of sponsorship certified by the auditors (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the decrease in share capital by cancellation of treasury shares (11th resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the increase in share capital by issuing shares and/or securities with or without preferential susbscription rights (13th , 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th resolutions) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the increase in share capital reserved to members of a Group savings plan (18th resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the authorization to the Board to allocate ordinary shares to the Company’s executive corporate officers (21st resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the 20th resolution (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the increase in share capital reserved for employees and corporate officers of the Company’s subsidiaries located outside France (19th resolution) (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the 22nd resolution (French only)

 

Auditors' report on the authorization to the Board to grant allocate ordinary shares to Company’s executive corporate officers (23rd resolution) (French only)

 

Download the Notice to attend BALO August 19, 2015 with the resolutions included

 

Download the presentation of the resolutions

General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Download the Voting Results (French version)

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Postal Voting Form/Proxy

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Convening Notice Published in the BALO

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Convening Notice (booklet)

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Number of shares and voting rights as of October 16, 2013

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Report of the Board on the draft resolutions

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - List of the Director's offices

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Information on the candidates to the Board of Directors

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Download the notice of meeting published in the BALO - October 16, 2013

 

Ordinary General Meeting Nov 20, 2013 - Download the Access Map

 

Download the Voting Results (French version)

 

Decisions of the Board of directors of Ubisoft

 

Postal Voting Form / Proxy

 

Convening Notice (booklet)

 

Convening Notice published in the BALO

 

Income statement of the Company for the last five years

 

Certificate of sponsorship and sponsoring certified by the Auditors (French only)

 

Auditors’ report on the 22nd resolution (French only

 

Auditors’ report on the 21st resolution (French only)

 

Auditors’ report on the 16th, 17th, 18th; 19th and 20th resolutions (French only)

 

Auditors’ report on the 14th resolution (French only)

 

Auditors’ special report on regulated agreements and commitments (translation)

 

Auditors’ report on the Chairman’s report (translation)

 

Auditors’ report on the consolidated financial statements (translation)

 

Auditors’ report on the corporate financial statements (translation)

 

Chairman’s Report (on corporate governance and internal control)

 

Management Report

 

List of the directors

 

Information on the candidates to the Board of Directors

 

Number of shares and voting rights at the date of the Notice of Meeting

 

Download the Notice to Attend BALO May, 22 2013 with the resolutions included

 

GM - 2013.06.27 at 11:30AM - Download the Access Map

 

BSA GM 2013.03.22 Notice BALO Appointment

 

BSA_GM_2013.03.11_Convening_Notice_BALO

 

BSA_GM_2013.03.11_Postal_Voting_Form/Proxy

General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.

General Meetings
General Information

The shareholders’ meetings

All shareholders are entitled to attend shareholders’ meetings, regardless of the number of shares they hold. The shareholders can express themselves both through their questions to the company’s top managers, and through their votes on the resolutions submitted.
By voting, the shareholders are involved in the Ubisoft Entertainment’s important decisions.

Ordinary Meetings
Companies are required by law to hold an annual ordinary shareholders’ meeting in the six months following the closing of its fiscal year in particular to approve the annual accounts, to decide on their allocation and to set the dividend.
Also, it appoints or renews the members of the Board of Directors and the independent auditors. Finally, the ordinary meeting has the power to grant or withhold authority to conduct all major transactions concerning the regular administration of the company. 

Extraordinary Meetings
These can be called at any time for the purpose of deciding on a change in the articles of incorporation or a transaction affecting the company’s capital (increase, reduction, merger, etc.). 

Combined Meetings
These combine both types of meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) on a single occasion and with a single notice to attend. 

Obtaining information relating to shareholders’ meetings

As required by French law and regulations, Ubisoft Entertainment announces its notices of meeting in the French "Bulletin des Annonces Légales Obligatoires" (BALO) (http://balo.journal-officiel.gouv.fr/) as follows : 

- 35 days at least prior to the scheduled date, by means of a preliminary notice of meeting. This announcement contains the agenda for the meeting and the draft resolutions for approval by the shareholders, bearing in mind that at this stage the agenda and draft resolutions are not necessarily reputed to be finalized. 

- 15 days at least prior to the scheduled date of the Meeting, by means of a notice of meeting. It stipulates the date, time and place of the meeting, together with terms and conditions of attendance, and the agenda. Such document is automatically sent to all registered shareholders with all the regulatory documents. 

You will also find the date, time and place of the meetings on the Ubisoft website. 


Terms & conditions to participate at a shareholders’ Meeting

In order to participate in the meeting, be represented at the meeting or vote by absentee ballot, shares must be registered by 00:00 a.m. Paris time of the third business day preceding the meeting:

- for registered shares: in the registered share accounts maintained for the company by its agent,
- for bearer shares: in the bearer share accounts maintained by an authorized financial intermediary. The recording or registration of the shares is then evidenced by a shareholding certificate issued by the financial intermediary.


Means to participate in the meeting

Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting in person must request an admission pass as follows:

The registered shareholders directly receive the convening notice from Ubisoft Entertainment SA with a request form of admission pass to the meeting (included in the vote-by-correspondence or vote-by-proxy form). They fill in and sign the request form before sending it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA which registers them on the attendance sheet and sends them the admission pass.
The bearer shareholders ask the authorized financial intermediary who manages their shares to provide Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. with a shareholding certificate recording the registration of their shares ; on the basis of which Ubisoft Entertainment SA will, upon request, establish an admission pass. Ubisoft Entertainment SA registers the shareholders on the attendance sheet and will send them the admission pass.

If you are unable to attend shareholders’ meeting in person, you can vote in one of 3 ways as stipulated in the notice of meeting : 

- by correspondence
- by giving your proxy to the Chairman
- by giving you proxy to your spouse or to another shareholder 

Whatever you decide to do, and whatever the form in which you hold your shares (registered or bearer), you should date and sign your completed form, and send it to Ubisoft Entertainment SA at least three days before the date of the shareholders' meeting. As regards bearer shareholders, the shareholding certificate issued by the authorized financial requires to be attached.