Share buy-back

Final Announcement regarding Share Buy-back

Karlsruhe, 29 September 2014. init innovation in traffic systems AG repurchased a total of 20,000 shares of init innovation in traffic systems AG (ISIN DE0005759807) at an average price of EUR 22.05 (without additional charges) within the period from 9 September 2014 up to and including 29 September 2014.

The share buy-back was carried out in accordance with the ad hoc release dated 9 September 2014 and was executed via the stock exchange (XETRA) by Commerzbank AG, the financial institution commissioned by init innovation in traffic systems AG.

The number of repurchased shares corresponds to an imputed share of 0.2% of the capital stock. Pursuant to the resolution of 9 September 2014 the share buy-back is thus completed.

init decides share buy-back

Karlsruhe, 09/09/2014. The managing board of init innovation in traffic systems AG has decided in accordance with the resolution of the general meeting of 12 May 2010, topic 6 of the agenda to repurchase up to 20,000 own shares (pursuant to § 71 (1.8) AktG). The purchase price per share should not exceed 22.30 EUR (without additional charges).
The repurchased shares are to be used for existing and future employee share schemes, incentive schemes for members of the managing board and managing directors, as acquisition currency and/or for cash to third party.
It is planned to transact the share buy-back during the period from 09/09/2014 to 19/12/2014 on the stock exchange.

Share buy-back program September 2014

Authorization for the Repurchase of own shares persuant to article 71 (1.8) AktG (German Stock Corporation Act) and sale with the exclusion of subscription

Persuant to the resolution of the Annual General Meeting of May 12, 2010, the Board of Directors is authorized to repurchase own shares amounting to up to 10 % of the capital stock (which currently corresponds to up to 1,004,000 shares) by May 11, 2015.

The purchase price per share (excluding transaction expenses) to be paid by the company must not exceed or fall short of the average closing price of the share of the company in the XETRA trading system of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (or a comparable successor system) for the five trading days preceding the purchase transaction by more than 10 %.

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