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Shareholder FAQ

(English) Where is the Company incorporated?

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RHI Magnesita is a public company with limited liability under Dutch law and was incorporated on June 20, 2017. It has its corporate seat in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

(English) Where is the Company registered?

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RHI administrative seat is in Vienna, Austria and its registered office at Kranichberggasse 6, 1120 Vienna, Austria. The Company is registered with the Dutch Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce under the number 68991665.

(English) How can I buy / sell shares in RHIM?

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You can purchase shares in RHIM through a stock broker, bank or a financial institution that provides brokerage services.

The London Stock Exchange has a “Locate a broker” service.

(English) Can you explain the implications for shareholders in RHI AG / Magnesita shareholders as a result of the merger? Are my RHI AG / Magnesita share certificates still valid?

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Only a very limited number of our investors directly hold shares in their own name and qualify as a Shareholder and only CREST Members qualify as Depositary Interest Holders. Almost all of our investors, including former RHI AG shareholders, hold their interest through a broker, bank or nominee (or in a similar manner) and are neither a Shareholder nor a Depositary Interest Holder.

(English) How do I register the death of a shareholder?

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Please contact our registrar, Computershare, who will lead you through the process.

(English) How do I update address details etc. for my shareholding?

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If you have registered with the Investor Centre, details can be updated here. Otherwise please contact Computershare by post or by phone. See contact details here:

Computershare Investor Services PLC
The Pavilions
Bridgwater Road
Bristol
BS99 6ZZ
United Kingdom
Website: https://www-uk.computershare.com

Tel: +44 (0) 370 707 1402

(English) What are the tax implications when I a) receive dividends b) sell shares?

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The Issuer is considered tax resident in Austria under the tax rules of Austria and under the double taxation treaty between Austria and the Netherlands.

We recommend you obtain independent financial advice.

(English) What are the registrar contact details?

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Computershare Investor Services PLC
The Pavilions
Bridgwater Road
Bristol
BS99 6ZZ
United Kingdom
Website: https://www-uk.computershare.com

Tel: +44 (0) 370 707 1402

(English) Does RHIM have a dividend policy?

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Underpinned by the strong performance of the business and given its strong annual cash generation, the Board has considered the long-term dividend policy in the context of its capital allocation strategy.

For 2018, the Board has recommended a final dividend of €1.50 per share for the full financial year, equating to an increase of 100% over the previous year. This represents dividend cover of 3.5x adjusted earnings per share.

Going forward, the Board’s dividend policy will be to progressively increase ordinary dividends and to target a dividend cover of less than 3.0x adjusted earnings over the medium term. Dividends will be paid on a semi-annual basis with one third of the prior year’s full year dividend being paid at the interim.

(English) When is the next AGM?

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The 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held on 6 June 2019.

(English) I hold my shares through a nominee account; can I vote at the AGM?

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If you hold your interest through a broker, bank or nominee (or similar) you should normally receive directions from such broker, bank or nominee (or similar) on how to attend and vote at the AGM or how to give a proxy or voting instructions. These directions should be followed. If you have not received such directions, it would be advisable to contact your broker, bank or nominee (or similar) as soon as possible.