We offer a dedicated website for shareholders who own registered shares deposited with Bouygues (pure registered shares) or with a financial intermediary (administered shares). Access to this website is restricted to:
- Shareholders with full ownership of their shares
- Primary account-holders, in the case of a joint account [compte joint] or co-ownership account [compte en indivision]
Shareholders with a split account [compte démembré] cannot access the dedicated shareholder website.
Offering a dedicated shareholder website is optional for companies, and Bouygues has decided to adopt this policy.
Investors wishing to buy Bouygues shares should transmit their buy orders to their financial intermediary directly.
Bouygues shares may be held in three distinct forms:
The shares are deposited with a financial intermediary. Bouygues does not know who the shareholder is except if an “identifiable bearer security” survey is carried out.
They are traded on the stock market in this form.
Pure registered shares
The shares are deposited with Bouygues. The shareholder has a securities account with Bouygues. Shareholders wishing to change their shares from bearer to pure registered form should apply to their financial intermediary (stating that Bouygues is a member of Euroclear France as an issuer under No. 791).
Administered registered shares
The shares are deposited with a financial intermediary. Bouygues knows who the shareholder is and opens a securities account in his or her name, but all business concerning the shares is transacted through the shareholder’s financial intermediary.