All agenda items approved at the shareholders' meetings

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On Tuesday 26 April 2016, Umicore held its ordinary, special and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings at its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Shareholders approved all agenda items. Details of the resolutions are available on Umicore’s website.

The ordinary shareholders’ meeting approved the payment of a gross dividend of € 1.20 per new share (ISIN BE0003884047). Taking into account the gross interim dividend of € 0.50 paid in September 2015, a balance gross amount of € 0.70, representing a dividend of € 0.511 net of withholding tax, will be paid on 2 May 2016.

The System Paying Agent designated for the payment of the 2015 dividend is:

KBC Bank
Havenlaan / Avenue du Port, 2
1080 Brussels

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