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AGEAS Ageas reports on the progress of share buy-back programme

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Further to the initiation of the share buy-back programme announced on 9 August 2017, Ageas reports the purchase of 123,739 Ageas shares on NYSE Euronext Brussels in the period from 02-04-2018 until 06-04-2018.

Date Number of
Shares
Total amount
(EUR)
Average price
(EUR)
Lowest price
(EUR)
Highest price
(EUR)
02-04-2018 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00
03-04-2018 36,000 1,513,170 42.03 41.69 42.35
04-04-2018 40,000 1,667,432 41.69 41.46 42.31
05-04-2018 30,000 1,274,481 42.48 42.29 42.58
06-04-2018 17,739 752,815 42.44 42.34 42.56
Total 123,739 5,207,898 42.09 41.46 42.58

Since the start of the share buy-back programme on 21 August 2017, Ageas has bought back 3,154,475 shares for a total amount of EUR 129,142,754. This corresponds to 1.51% of the total shares outstanding.

The overview relating to the share buy-back programme is available on our website.

Ageas is a listed international insurance Group with a heritage spanning 190 years. It offers Retail and Business customers Life and Non-Life insurance products designed to suit their specific needs, today and tomorrow. As one of Europe`s larger insurance companies, Ageas concentrates its activities in Europe and Asia, which together make up the major part of the global insurance market. It operates successful insurance businesses in Belgium, the UK, Luxembourg, France, Portugal, Turkey, China, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Singapore, and the Philippines through a combination of wholly owned subsidiaries and long term partnerships with strong financial institutions and key distributors. Ageas ranks among the market leaders in the countries in which it operates. It represents a staff force of over 50,000 people and reported annual inflows close to EUR 34 billion in 2017 (all figures at 100%).