As of 31 December 2015, the charter capital of Federal Grid Company amounted to RUB637,332,661,531 and 50 kop and was divided into 1,274,665,323,063 ordinary registered non-documentary shares with a nominal value of RUB0.50 each. No preferred shared were placed as of the above date.
In accordance with the Company’s Articles of Association, the number of authorised shares is 72,140,500,768 ordinary registered shares with a nominal value of RUB0.50 each and a total nominal value of RUB36,070,250,384. Authorised ordinary shares offer the same rights as outstanding ordinary shares.
In 2015, there were no issues of additional shares of Federal Grid Company.
Information on the Company’s share capital history can be found on our corporate website, www.fsk-ees.ru Section Investors / Share Information / Share Capital History
For further details on each of the Company’s securities issues, please see Appendix 1 to the Annual Reportу
Share Capital Structure
There were no significant changes in the share capital structure of Federal Grid Company during the reporting year: the Company still has more than 400,000 shareholders (including 43 nominees and 3 trustees). The PJSC Rosseti, which owns 80.13% of the share capital, is the Company’s majority shareholder. The Russian Federation, represented by the Federal Agency for State Property Management (Rosimushchestvo), owns 0.59% of the authorised capital.
In June 2013, PJSC Rosseti and Rosimushchestvo signed a shareholders’ agreement regarding the managing and voting in Federal Grid Company. The parties have signed the agreement with respect to all, present and future, voting shares in Federal Grid Company.
Share Capital Structure of Federal Grid Company as of 31 December 2015
Foreign Investor Breakdown by Investment Horizons
In order to improve interactions with shareholders, the Company performs an annual analysis of the shareholder register, which identifies the key groups of holders of ordinary shares and depository receipts. The main minority shareholders of the Company are institutional investors and holding structures, with retail investors accounting for 3.23%.