No Change in Beneficial Ownership Form
If you received a restricted share notice with respect to an acquisition of Ryanair ordinary shares, you are required to comply with the terms of such notice.
If you consider that your Ryanair ordinary shares which are subject to a restricted share notice should not have been designated restricted shares because there has been no change in beneficial ownership (“NCBO”) you may make representations to Ryanair to this effect by completing and returning an NCBO form to the relevant address, and prior to the expiry of the period for representations, in each case as set out in the notice.
Ryanair will consider duly completed NCBO forms in advance of a forced sell-down and if satisfied there has been no change in beneficial ownership, then the disposal requirements in the relevant notice are likely to be rescinded and the relevant shares would not form part of any forced sell-down.
If you are in any doubt as to how to complete the NCBO, you should consult your own legal and/or other professional advisers.
For further information on restrictions that apply to Ryanair Holdings plc’s shares, interests in which are beneficially held by non-EU nationals, click here.