How can I become shareholder of Tronics?

To buy shares, you can contact your usual financial intermediary: e.g. your bank or asset manager. You can also place an order directly with a broker on line after opening an account.

Tronics' shares are listed on the ALTERNEXT market of Paris and the ISIN code is FR0004175099 – ALTRO.

How can I receive information on a regular basis?

Simply send us an e-mail on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

When will the next Shareholders' Meeting take place?

All the information about the next Shareholders' Meeting can be found on our website, in the “Shareholders' Meeting” section.

How can I attend the Shareholders' Meeting?

Any shareholder, whatever number of shares he or she owns, can attend the Shareholders' Meeting or be represented there by his spouse or another shareholder. In order to attend the meetings or be represented there, shareholders must prove their share ownership in book entry form no later than three days prior to the date of the Shareholders' Meeting.

A postal voting form is sent to every shareholder, upon written request to the Company by registered letter with an acknowledgement of receipt. Such request must be received no later than six days prior to the date of the Shareholders' Meeting. The duly completed form must be received by the Company's registered office no later than three business days prior to the date of the Shareholders' Meeting, it being specified that it is possible for these Meetings to accommodate voting by correspondence or written questions to the Company.

Any shareholder having voted by correspondence will no longer be able to directly attend the meeting or be represented by proxy.

What is the difference between bearer shares and registered shares?

For bearer shares, the name of the owner is not communicated to the issuing company. However, these shares are not anonymous since they appear in the account managed by the financial intermediary.
For registered shares, the name of the shareholder appears in the records of the issuing company. Registered shares can take 2 forms:

  • “Administered registered shares”: the account management is entrusted to the financial intermediary. This service is billed by the financial intermediary,
  • “Pure registered shares": the shares are directly and solely recorded in the records of the issuing company. It carries out the administrative management of the shares (most frequently through its representative.

To convert shares from bearer to registered form, you must submit a written request to your financial intermediary.

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