Arseus: Disclosure of received notification

Thu Apr 4, 2013 1:34am EDT

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Waregem (Belgium) / Rotterdam (the Netherlands)[1] #ftn1 , 4 April 2013 - Pursuant to the Belgian
law of 2 May 2007 regarding the disclosure of major shareholdings in listed companies, Arseus NV
announces that the number of shares held by Arseus NV has passed the disclosure threshold of 3% on
27 March 2013.

Based on the total of 31,278,514 (total number of voting rights) and the relevant notifications
received by Arseus, the shareholder structure of  Arseus on 27 March 2013 is as follows:

                                     Number of shares  % of effective voting rights  
 EnHold NV                                   8,166,908                        26.11% 
 Alychlo NV / Coucke                         3,528,080                        11.28% 
 BNP Paribas Investment Partners SA          1,546,052                         4.94% 
 Arseus NV (treasury shares)                   960,296                         3.07% 
 Public                                     17,077,178                        54.60% 
 Total                                      31,278,514                       100.00% 

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