Shareholder guide​

Our Shareholders' Guide offers key insights into your investment, detailing rights, duties and other information

Shareholders become a true partner to the company upon acquiring any number of shares.

Accordingly, they enjoy the right to:

- participate and vote at General Meetings;

- receive a portion of the company’s earnings in the form of a dividend;

- be apprised of any event that might affect the company, its financial position or its share price;

- stand for the office of Director; receive priority treatment with regard to new share issues;

- sell or trade their shares.

Shareholders in possession of shares have certain duties as well. The most important is to vote at General Meetings, which determine the company’s future direction. And in order to vote responsibly, they must take an interest in the life of the company and in any event that might influence its operations.

This transaction is primarily intended for shareholders who wish to make a long-term commitment to a company. When shareholders register with the company, their shares are managed by the company itself.

This solution offers numerous advantages:

- these shareholders receive directly all necessary information and documentation for monitoring the company, including annual reports, notices of General Meetings, etc.;

- they no longer pay the custodial fees that were previously owed to their financial intermediary;

- Faurecia grants double voting rights to pure registered shares held for more than two years.

To record your shares as pure registered shares, you must contact your financial intermediary and ask it to transfer your shares to Caceis Corporate Trust (Euroclear France affiliate code 23), the custodian chosen by FORVIA to manage its share register.



Analysts & investors contact
Marc Maillet & Sébastien Leroy
Investor Relations
Individual shareholder contact
0 805 651 206
(toll-free number)