Pursuant to Article 83-sexies of the Consolidated Law, those Shareholders shall be entitled to participate at the meeting for whom an intermediary authorised pursuant to the applicable regulations has sent notice to the Company certifying their ownership right as of the end of the seventh trading day prior to the date set for the Meeting on single call (and thus by 12 May 2020 – "record date"). The notice must be received by ENAV before the end of the third trading day prior to the date of the Meeting (and thus by 18 May 2020). Entitlement to attend and to vote shall be unaffected if the notice is received by ENAV past these deadlines, provided the notice is received before the beginning of the Meeting’s business. Credit or debit adjustments made in the accounts after the record date shall not count for the purpose of entitlement to exercise voting rights at the Meeting and therefore those who only acquire shares after the record date shall not be entitled to participate and vote at the Meeting. It should be recalled that the notice to ENAV is made by the intermediary at the request of the entitled party. Any requests for advance notice or fees for the fulfilment of intermediary’s obligations cannot be attributed to the Company.