bpost invites its shareholders to the Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders

The Board of Directors of bpost SA invites the shareholders to the Ordinary General Meeting that will be held on Wednesday 14 May at 10.00am CET. The venue for the meeting is Square-Brussels Meeting Center, Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.

The following documents are available on the website of the Company (www.bpost.be/ir):

  • the convening notice, including the agenda of the Meeting ;
  • a proxy form ;
  • a vote by correspondence form; and
  • documents that are to be made available to shareholders regarding items at the agenda of the Meeting.

Shareholders are invited to arrive as from 9.00am CET to proceed with the registration formalities.

Shareholders will only be admitted and will only be able to vote at the Meetings if, on the Registration Date, they hold the number of shares for which they have indicated their intention to participate to the Meeting, irrespective of the number of shares they hold on the date of the Meeting.

The Registration Date has been set at 30 April 2014 at 24.00 (midnight CET). Shareholders wishing to attend the Meetings should notify their intention to participate not later than 8 May 2014.

Questions relating to this Meeting can be sent to GeneralMeeting@bpost.be

For more information:

Piet Van Speybroeck
M. +32 477 68 47 12 T. +32 2 276 2185

Paul Vanwambeke
T. +32 2 276 2822 | www.bpost.be/ir

Journalists will be able to follow the General Meeting in a separate room where the meeting will be broadcasted. Please confirm your attendance in advance to Mrs. Sabine Van der Biest (sabine.vanderbiest@bpost.be)

About bpost

bpost is Belgium’s leading postal operator and a parcel and e-commerce logistics provider in Europe, North-America and Asia. We deliver mail and parcels to millions of doorsteps and provide logistic services to businesses and consumers. With over 34,000 employees in Belgium and across the globe, bpost's total operating income amounts to 3,837.8 million EUR, while reducing our impact on the environment and the communities around us.

Centre Monnaie, 1000 Brussels