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Reported by Vestas on 7 May 2019

Vestas - Reduction of share capital in Vestas Wind Systems A/S by cancellation of treasury shares

V112-3.0 MW, Lemnhult, Sweden (Courtesy of Vestas Wind Systems A/S)

On 3 April 2019, the Annual General Meeting of Vestas Wind Systems A/S adopted the proposal to reduce Vestas' share capital by nominally DKK 6,794,040 by cancelling 6,794,040 shares from Vestas’ holding of treasury shares. The reduction of the share capital has been completed and registered today.

After the reduction, Vestas Wind Systems A/S' share capital amounts to nominally DKK 198,901,963 corresponding to 198,901,963 shares of DKK 1 each.

Contact details
Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Denmark
Patrik Setterberg, Vice President
Investor Relations
Tel: +45 6122 1913

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References

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Vestas Wind Systems A/S. Press release - Vestas - Reduction of share capital in Vestas Wind Systems A/S by cancellation of treasury shares. URL: https://www.vestas.com/en/media/company-news?n=1903414. [Date Accessed: 07/05/2019].

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Vestas Wind Systems A/S. Images. https://www.vestas.com/en/media/images. [Date Accessed: 21/02/2017].

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