Lafarge : Number of Shares Composing the Share Capital and Total Number of Voting Rights

Tue Oct 8, 2013 10:48am EDT

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Lafarge : Number of Shares Composing the Share Capital and Total Number of Voting Rights

Regulatory News:

Lafarge (Paris:LG):

Statement in compliance with articles L233-8-II of the code of commerce and 223-16 of the general regulation of the financial markets authority (AMF - Autorité des Marchés Financiers)

Date   Number of shares composing the share capital   Total number of voting rights
September 30, 2013   287,354,454   Theoretical number of voting rights:   401,229,943
    Number of voting rights exercisable at shareholders’ meetings(*):   401,212,008

(*) Number of voting rights exercisable at shareholders’ meetings = theoretical number of voting rights (i.e. total number of voting rights attached to the shares composing the share capital) – number of shares without voting rights.


A world leader in building materials, Lafarge employs 65,000 people in 64 countries, and posted sales of €15.8 billion in 2012. As a top-ranking player in its Cement, Aggregates and Concrete businesses, it contributes to the construction of cities around the world, through its innovative solutions providing them with more housing and making them more compact, more durable, more beautiful, and better connected. With the world’s leading building materials research facility, Lafarge places innovation at the heart of its priorities in order to contribute to more sustainable construction and to better serve architectural creativity. Since 2010, the Lafarge Group has been part of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, the first global sustainability benchmark in recognition of its sustainable development actions. More information is available on Lafarge's website:

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