FAQ

Where are Banco Pan´s preferred shares traded?

Pan‘s preferred shares are registered for trading on the BM&FBOVESPA under the ticker symbol "BPAN4," and are traded under "Level 1" Corporate Governance practices.

What are the rights of Banco Pan´s preferred shares?

Banco Pan‘s preferred shares do not provide voting rights to shareholders. In addition to ensuring the right to full participation in the payment of dividends and interest on equity, preferred shares include the following rights and advantages: priority in the reimbursement of capital stock, without premiums; the right to sell the shares, under the same conditions as the Bank‘s controlling shareholders, directly or indirectly, through a single transaction or staggered sales (tag along); and the right to sell the shares through a public offering to be carried out by the controlling shareholders, in the event of a cancellation of the company‘s registry as a Publicly-Held Company or the cancellation of Level 1 listing for the shares, for an amount determined through appraisal by a specialized company that is independent from the Bank, its managers and/or controlling shareholders.

How and where does Banco Pan disclose its information?

All of the Bank‘s material facts, earnings releases and other market communications are simultaneously released through the CVM/BM&FBOVESPA and on the Investor Relations area of the Bank‘s website.

The complete financial statements are published annually in the Valor Econômico newspaper and the official newspaper of the State of São Paulo. Quarterly earnings releases, press releases, presentations, materials facts and notices to shareholders are available through the investor relations area of the Banco Pan website. Other information about the bank can be obtained through the websites of the São Paulo Stock Exchange and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil.

How can I invest in stocks?

Before choosing a Broker, we suggest that you study the issue on the BM&FBOVESPA website, including by attending courses offered by them. After that, the next step is to choose a Broker. Brokerage firms and other intermediaries have professionals focused on the analysis of markets, industries and companies, and through them you can learn about the right time to buy and sell certain stocks in order to achieve the best results.

You can also trade stocks over the Internet. To do this, you must be the client of a BM&FBovespa Broker with a Home Broker system, which allows shares to be traded over the Internet.

Who is responsible for shareholder services and where are they located?

Banco Pan‘s shareholder services can be accessed at any branch of Banco Itaú S.A., whose headquarters are located at Praça Alfredo Egydio de Souza Aranha, nº 100, Torre Itaúsa, São Paulo, SP or via Banco Itaú shareholders department through the link: https://www.itaucustodia.com.br/agencia_especializada.htm.

How can I contact the Investor Relations area?

To contact the Investor Relations area, click here.


Last Update on December 12, 2016

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