- Federal Grid Company – Ten-year results
- Operations overview
- Social responsibility and sustainable development
- Financial performance overview
- Corporate governance report
- Share capital
- Information on compliance with the FCSM corporate code of conduct
- Implementation of the assignments of the president and the government of the Russian Federation
- Information on transactions performed by JSC Federal Grid Company in 2012, recognized by russian federation laws as interested party transactions, and which are subject to the approval of the company’s authorized management body
- Audit Commission Conclusion on the Audit of Operational and Financial Activities of Federal Grid Company for 2012
- 2013 investor calendar
Global Depository Receipt (GDR) Program
On 30 June 2008, the Company launched a Global Depository Receipt (GDR) Program, which was not listed under Regulation S and Rule 144A. The Program’s depository bank is Deutsche Bank.
In 2011, the Company successfully completed a technical listing procedure on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), which began trading Federal Grid Company GDRs on 28 March.
As of 31 December 2012, the GDR Program had 1.4 million depository receipts, representing 0.058% of the Company’s share capital. The maximum number of GDRs that the Company is allowed to issue is 2,511,896,256.
GDR Program Highlights
GDR Program as a Percentage of the Company’s Share Capital
GDR Price and Trading Volume, LSE
Information about trading in the
Company’s depository receipts is
available on its web site in
Depository Receipts at
Updates about the GDR program are also available on the LSE web site at www.londonstockexchange.com under Federal Grid Company’s ticker symbol: FEES.