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TITAN Group listed on stock exchanges

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World Cement,

The shares of TITAN Cement International SA, the new parent company of TITAN Group, began trading on 23 July 2019, on Euronext Brussels, the Athens Exchange, and Euronext Paris.

78 668 627 ordinary shares are being traded on Euronext Brussels and Paris, and on the Athens Exchange, under the TITC symbol. To mark TITAN’s first trading day on Euronext, Euronext Brussels invited Dimitri Papalexopoulos, CEO of TITAN Cement Co. and Chairman of the Group Executive Committee to ring the opening bell in Brussels.

At a similar event in Athens, the Athens Exchange extended an invitation to TITAN Group to declare the opening of the day’s Athens Exchange session. On behalf of the group, Nellos Canellopoulos, Vice President of the board of directors of TITAN Cement Co., rang the bell.

“Euronext listing marks an important milestone in TITAN’s 117 years, reflecting its international orientation and footprint,” said Papalexopoulos. “I would like to thank all our existing and new shareholders for their trust in our vision to grow, combining an entrepreneurial spirit and operational excellence with respect for people, society, and environment. With their support, we are now setting solid foundations to continue our future growth across geographies and further improve our performance.”

“The historic presence of TITAN Group in the Athens Exchange starts a new chapter, building on our tradition of collaboration and trust,” said Canellopoulos. “With a stronger international footprint and competitiveness, TITAN will continue to be a solid pillar of growth for Greece, maximising the value created for our people, society, and our shareholders.”

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