Anbang reached an agreement with Athora en NN Group on the sale of VIVAT

07 June 2019 , News Release

Today our parent company VIVAT N.V. ("VIVAT") was informed by its shareholder Anbang Insurance Group Co., Ltd. ("Anbang") about the agreement with Athora and NN Group on the sale of VIVATs shares. This result follows the earlier announcement by Anbang about the broad strategic reorientation of its assets. The agreement reached is conditional to, amongst others, the completion of the consultation process by the employee participation (medezeggenschap) and the usual approval by the supervisory authorities.

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Frequently asked questions:

What does this mean for my investments in ACTIAM-beleggingsfondsen (ACTIAM investment funds)?
There are no changes for our investors / clients at the moment. They retain their rights and obligations as stipulated for ACTIAM-beleggingsfondsen and other ACTIAM investment solutions. Clients of ACTIAM can rely on continued servicing. With the reaching of this agreement on the sale of VIVAT, not all details are yet known. We will inform you as soon as there are developments that relate to VIVAT products, services or brands (including ACTIAM).

What kind of organisations are Athora and NN Group?
Athora is a specialized insurance and reinsurance group that is fully dedicated to the European market. Athora is focused on long term growth and has the ambition to play a leading role in the merging of pension and life insurances in Europe. Through its products, Athora wishes to develop a trusted and long term relationship that meets the demands of its customers. NN Group is a leading Dutch insurer.

Why is VIVAT being sold?
The shareholder Anbang started a strategic reorientation, in which it investigated, among others, the possibilities of selling their foreignassets.

How will I be kept informed?
As soon as there are any relevant developments , we will inform you about this through the usual channels.