Since our history as SIRIO began, in the Sixties, we have accumulated a know-how such as to become market leader in out-of-home commercial catering within the hospital channel. Our passion and our dedication have allowed us to expand also in the airport, motorway and fast food sector, up to over 80 sales points spread all over Italy.
We work in international locations, such as the Bologna airport, and we have also attracted investors from the foreign market, such as the BURGER KING brand that has entrusted us with the franchise management of some of its stores.
SIRIO represents a dynamic, continuously expanding reality, a reliable partner and a safe and profitable investment
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The admission document posted on this section of the website (“Admission Document”) was drawn up in compliance with the issuer regulations of AIM Italia / Mercato Alternativo del Capitale (“AIM Issuer Regulations”) for the purposes of admission of the ordinary shares (the “Financial Instruments”) of Sirio S.p.A. (the “Company”) on this multilateral system of negotiation organized and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A.
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Investor & Media Relations
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|20 May 2020||Board of Directors
Approval of the the 2019 Financial Statements and Consolidated Financial Statements
|29 June 2020||Ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting
Approval of the 2019 Financial Statements
|25 September 2020||Board of Directors
Approval of the Half-year financial report at 30 June 2020
|Wednesday 25 September 2019||Board of Directors
Approval of the Half Year Report
|Sirio Holding S.r.l.||68,32%|
|Futura Invest S.p.A.||10,14%|
INFORMATION OBLIGATIONS FORSIGNIFICANT SHAREHOLDERS
In compliance with AIM Italia Issuer’s Regulations, whoever holds at least 5% of a category of financial instruments of Sirio S.p.A. is deemed to be a “Significant shareholder”.Exceeding the 5% threshold and achieving or exceeding (over or below) 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 50%, 66,6% and 90% makes up a “Substantial Change” that significant shareholders must report to Sirio S.p.A. To this purpose, within 4 trading days after the date of the transaction that resulted in the “Substantial Change”, the significant shareholder must report the following to Sirio S.p.A.:
- The identities of significant shareholders involved;
- The date on which Sirio S.p.A. was notified;
- The date of the Substantial Change in shares;
- The price, amount and category of Sirio S.p.A. financial instruments involved;
- The nature of the transaction;
- The nature and extent of the significant shareholder’s contribution to the transaction.
Each Significant Shareholder may use the communication models referred to in the “Transparency Discipline” (as defined in the AIM Issuers Regulations) with particular regard to the information and communications due by Significant Shareholders. The communication must be made by sending a registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt to the Company’s Board of Directors and to the Company’s Investor Relations address email@example.com