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Merger: Mohn Media Bindery GmbH · Share­holder agreement · Name: Probind Mohn media Binding GmbH Hrb26 Jun 2008 German Trade Register Announcements, Germany (02/06/2008)



ProBindProfessional Binding GmbH, Gütersloh (Carl-Bertelsmann-Str.161, 33311 Gütersloh). By shareholder resolution of March 17, 2008, the social contract was largely redrafted. Among other things, Section 1 (company and registered office); Section 2 (company purpose); Section 4, now: Section 3 (share capital); Section 5 (management and representation). New company: Probind Mohn media Binding GmbH. the industrial provision of graphic processing services, in any field. in the areas of adhesive binding and saddle stitching. The company is merged as the acquiring entity with the Mohn Media Bindery GmbH with its registered office in Gütersloh (District Court of Gütersloh HRB 4151) in accordance with the merger agreement of March 17, 2008 and the shareholders' meeting of the transferring entity of March 17, 2008. A/S not registered: the creditors of the entities participating in the merger shall be deemed to have declared their claim in writing in writing within six months of the date on which the registration of the merger in the register of the registered office of the entity of which they are creditors is deemed to have been made known in accordance with Paragraph 19 (3) of the UmwG, provided that they cannot claim satisfaction in writing. However, creditors are only entitled to this right if they demonstrate that the merger jeopardises the fulfilment of their claim.

This filing was translated from German to English. The filing refers to a past date, and does not necessarily reflect the current state. The current state is available on the following page: Probind Mohn media Binding GmbH, Gütersloh, Germany.

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