Book-Entry Interests - The shares of Atrium are held via the book-entry settlement system operated by Euroclear Nederland, the common settlement system used in respect of securities traded on Euronext Amsterdam. The Euroclear book-entry settlement system facilitates the settlement of securities transactions through electronic book-entry transfer between its accountholders without the need to use share certificates or written instruments of transfer. Investors in shares of Atrium are therefore holding ownership interests ("Book-Entry Interests") pursuant to the Dutch Securities Giro Act. The possibility to withdraw from the Euroclear book-entry settlement system and to become registered in the company´s register of shareholders is subject to certain conditions and apply only in the event securities are delivered for inclusion in a deposit of a foreign central securities depositary, another intermediary or a foreign custodian. However, investors are able to receive dividends from the company, and (on the basis of a proxy provided by Euroclear Nederland) are entitled to exercise rights relating to those shares such that they will be able to attend and vote at all general meetings of Atrium.