Aspocomp Group Registers New Shares


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Aspocomp Group Plc's CEO has subscribed a total of 170,000 new Aspocomp shares under the company's 1/2014 stock option terms on August 23, 2017, a total of 40,000 shares with the 2014A option rights and a total of 130,000 shares with the 2014B option rights.

The new shares have been registered in the Trade Register on September 19, 2017. After the registration of the new shares, the total number of Aspocomp Group Plc's shares has increased to 6,666,505.

The new shares are expected to be incorporated into the book-entry system and to be admitted to trading on Nasdaq Helsinki in the same class with the company's other shares on or about September 25, 2017.

The new shares carry the right to dividend and other shareholder rights as of the registration.

About Aspocomp – a service company specializing in PCB technologies

Aspocomp specializes in demanding PCB technologies, serving its customers throughout the entire life cycle of a product. Aspocomp sells and manufactures PCBs and also provides related design and logistics services as well as technology solutions. Aspocomp creates value for its customers with unique products and solutions, strong manufacturing and technology expertise, as well as fast and reliable deliveries. A wide network of expert partners together with Aspocomp's own manufacturing enables its customers to cost-effectively buy their PCBs from a single provider over the entire life cycle of a product.

A PCB is the principal interconnection method in electronic devices. PCBs are used for electrical interconnection and as a component assembly platform in most electronic applications. Aspocomp's customers are companies that design and manufacture telecom systems and equipment, automotive and industrial electronics, security technology and semiconductor testing systems.

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