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Information correct as of 2 May 2024

Issued share capital

Hybrid Software Group's issued share capital consists of 32,909,737 Ordinary Shares of €0.40 each.

Total share capital


Total number of ordinary shares


Total number of voting rights (the denominator)


Total number of shares held in treasury * (shares without voting rights)


Total number of bonds convertible into securities conferring voting rights none
Total number of rights, whether or not embodied in securities, to subscribe for securities conferring voting rights yet to be issued none

* The company holds shares in treasury to satisfy obligations under employee share plans.

Prescribed particulars

Ordinary shares are entitled to one vote each in any circumstance.

Each share is entitled pari passu to dividend payments or any distribution.

Each share is entitled pari passu to participate in a distribution arising from a winding up of the Company.

The shares are not redeemable.

There are no transfer restrictions on the shares.

Notified Shareholdings

Significant shareholders Number of shares % of voting rights
Congra Software sàrl * 26,950,728 81.89%
Friberg Christian 381,732 1.16%

* Guido Van der Schueren, the Company's Chairman, together with his wife and children, owns approximately 70% of the shares of Congra Software sàrl.

Shareholders are required to notify the Company and the FSMA when their voting rights pass through certain thresholds.  The regulatory thresholds are set at 5% of the total voting rights (denominator) and each 5% thereafter.

The FSMA recommends the use of Form TR-1 BE, which is based on the European standard form and has been adapted to the Belgian transparency legislation.  The form can be found here.

Notifications should be sent to the Company by email to and to the FSMA by email to

Additional information and guidance can be found here.

Dividend policy

The Company has not distributed any dividends since its inception in late November 1996.

The board reviews dividend policy at the end of each financial year.