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Completed Share Buyback Programmes

Adecco EUR 250 million share buyback launched in November 2014

On November 13, 2014, the Adecco Group announced the launch of a share buyback programme of up to EUR 250 million, with the aim of subsequent cancellation of the shares and reduction of the share capital. Read the full press release. The share buyback programme was executed on the second trading line on SIX Swiss Exchange. The maximum buyback volume per day in accordance with Art. 55 b para. 1 lit c SESTO was 283,075 shares. The completion of the programme was announced on January 21, 2016. Read the full press release. Adecco repurchased 3,895,500 of its shares (equal to 2.18% of the share capital at launch of this share buyback programme) via a second trading line on SIX Swiss Exchange. The average purchase price per share was CHF 70.22 (excluding commissions).

At the end of 2014, 576,750 shares had been repurchased under this programme. The cancellation of these shares was approved at the annual shareholder meeting on April 21, 2015 and was effective as of June 30, 2015. Shareholders will also be asked to approve the cancellation of the remaining shares.

Listing notice in German and French:
- Rückkauf eigener Aktien zum Zweck der Kapitalherabsetzung
- Rachat d'actions propres en vue d'une reduction de capital

The progression of the share buyback programme is shown within the following Excel file.
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file last updated on 22nd January 2016 



Adecco EUR 250 million share buyback launched in September 2013

On September 17, 2013, the Adecco Group announced the launch of a share buyback programme of up to EUR 250 million, with the aim of subsequent cancellation of the shares and reduction of the share capital. Read the full press release. The maximum buyback volume per day in accordance with Art. 55 b para. 1 lit c SESTO was 129,800 shares. The completion of the programme was announced on November 13, 2014. Read the full press release. Adecco repurchased 4,490,373 of its shares (equal to 2.37% of the share capital at launch of this share buyback programme) via a second trading line on SIX Swiss Exchange. The average purchase price per share was CHF 67.64 (excluding commissions).

At the end of 2013, 460,250 shares had been repurchased under this programme. The cancellation of these shares was approved at the annual shareholder meeting on April 15, 2014 and was effective as of July 7, 2014. At the annual shareholder meeting 2015, the cancellation of the remaining 4,030,123 shares was approved and was effective as of June 26, 2015.

Listing notice in German and French:
- Rückkauf eigener Aktien zum Zweck der Kapitalherabsetzung
- Rachat d'actions propres en vue d'une reduction de capital

The progression of the share buyback programme is shown within the following Excel file.
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file last updated on 13th November 2014 



Adecco EUR 400 million share buyback launched in June 2012

On June 26, 2012, the Adecco Group announced the launch of a share buyback programme of up to EUR 400 million, with the aim of subsequent cancellation of the shares and reduction of the share capital. Read the full press release. The completion of the programme was announced on September 17, 2013. Read the full press release. Adecco repurchased 9,721,446 of its shares (equal to 5.14% of the share capital) via a second trading line on SIX Swiss Exchange. The average purchase price per share was CHF 50.08 (excluding commissions). The cancellation of these shares was approved at the annual shareholder meeting on April 15, 2014 and was effective as of July 7, 2014.

Listing notice in German and French:
- Rückkauf eigener Aktien zum Zweck der Kapitalherabsetzung
- Rachat d'actions propres en vue d'une reduction de capital

The progression of the share buyback programme is shown within the following Excel file.
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file last updated on 23rd September 2013