Company code: 2888 No: 1 Subject: SKFH announces the pricing of the third issue of domestic unsecured convertible corporate bond To which item it meets--article 2 paragraph xx: 49 Date of events: 2014/08/19 Contents: 1. Date of occurrence of the event: 2014/08/19 2. Company name: Shin Kong Financial Holding Co., Ltd. 3. Relationship to the Company (please enter "head office" or "subsidiaries"): Head office 4. Reciprocal shareholding ratios: N/A 5. Name of the reporting media: N/A 6. Content of the report: N/A 7. Cause of occurrence: The pricing is set in accordance with the Company's Procedures for Issuance and Conversion of the Third Issue of Domestic Unsecured Convertible Corporate Bond. 8. Countermeasures: (1)The issuance of the Company's third issue of domestic unsecured convertible corporate bond was filed and became effective by the Financial Supervisory Commission per document Jin-guan-jheng-fa-zih No.1030029702 dated on
August 12, 2014. (2)The record date of conversion price setting is August 19, 2014. The conversion price of the convertible corporate bond is set at NT$10.50per share, based on the average closing price for the three consecutive business days prior to the record date (not included) at NT$9.56and a conversion premium ratio of 109.83%. 9. Any other matters that need to be specified: None END The content and accuracy of news releases published on this site and/or distributed by PR Newswire or its partners are the sole responsibility of the originating company or organisation. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of our services, such releases are not actively monitored or reviewed by PR Newswire or its partners and under no circumstances shall PR Newswire or its partners be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of such information. All information should be checked prior to publication.
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