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Simonds Farsons Cisk plc 3.5% Unsecured Bonds 2027

Following regulatory approval received on 31st July 2017, Simonds Farsons Cisk plc announced that it will issue new unsecured bonds (the “New Bonds”) with the following

  • Total aggregate amount of issue is €20,000,000
  • Minimum denomination is €2,000 and integral multiples of €100 in excess thereof
  • Interest rate is 3.5% per annum payable on 13th September each year
  • The New Bonds are unsecured
  • • Issue price is €100 per bond (at par)
  • Redemption date is 13th September 2027

The issuing company will grant holders of the 6% Simonds Farsons Cisk plc Bonds 2017-2020 with ISIN MT0000071226 (the “Existing Bonds”) preference to subscribe for the New
. As a result, if the Existing Bonds were held as at 1st August 2017 (that is, they were purchased no later than 28th July 2017), preference will
be given to subscribe for the New Bonds.

If the Existing Bonds are held in your personal account with the Malta Stock Exchange, you will receive an application
form by post. Applications for the New Bonds can be submitted to any one of our branches.

If the Existing Bonds with Mediterranean Bank are held under nominee,
you should have received a notification from us in your secure website mailbox, with instructions to exercise your right to subscribe for the New Bonds. Prospective investors who wish
to exercise such right can do so by replying to the notification

If you do not hold the Existing Bonds, you will be able to apply for subscription only in the event that the total value of applications received from existing
bondholders by 5th September 2017 does not exceed €20,000,000.

Before making your investment decision, prospective investors are requested to read the
Prospectus of the New Bonds. For further information, please call us on (+356) 2557 4400 or send an email to

The information set forth above is for informative purposes only and should not be construed as an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to subscribe for or purchase any
investment. The information provided is subject to change without notice and does not constitute investment advice or any guarantee of returns. Please consider the terms and
conditions governing the relevant investment(s) prior to making any investment decision. Investors should note that at worst they may lose all of their invested principal in the
event of default, insolvency and/or bankruptcy of the relevant issue. Prior to investing in any instruments, investors should seek advice from an appropriately authorised financial
advisor. Mediterranean Bank plc has based this document on information obtained from sources it believes to be reliable but which have not been independently verified. Mediterranean
Bank plc does not therefore provide any guarantees, representations or warranties. The value of any investment or income may go up as well as down and past performance is no guarantee
of any future performance. When an investment is denominated in a currency other than your local or reporting currency, changes in exchange rates may have an adverse effect on your
investment. Mediterranean Bank plc is regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority under the Banking Act and the Investment Services Act. This material is intended only for
the use of the reader and shall not be reproduced in any way, whether in whole or in part, by the reader. Any unauthorised disclosure, use or dissemination, either in whole or in
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