Thank you for your interest in one or more projects managed by the Eclipse Foundation, Inc. (“Eclipse Foundation”). In order for you to contribute to the intellectual property of Eclipse Foundation projects (as defined below) now or in the future, you must accept this Eclipse Contributor Agreement (“ECA”). If you have any questions about this agreement, licensing or intellectual property at the Eclipse Foundation, please email license@eclipse.org. Berlin, 15.12.2020 – M1 Kliniken AG and HAEMATO AG today signed a contract for the acquisition of all shares of M1 Aesthetics GmbH by HAEMATO AG. M1 Kliniken AG will contribute to HAEMATO AG as part of a capital increase in kind. To this end, the Board of HAEMATO SA decided today, with the agreement of the supervisory board, the company`s share capital by issue of EUR 2,467.91 per issue of 2,467,201 new shares of HAEMATO AG by a capital increase against the contribution at issue, excluding the preferential right of shareholders using the existing authorized capital of EUR 2,467,201 to EUR 4,753,916. The new shares are subscribed and taken over exclusively by M1 Kliniken AG. The transaction will be completed effective 1.01.2021. Following the closing of the transaction, M1 Kliniken AG holds a total of 75.8% of the capital of HAEMATO AG.

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