Press Release

Colon Viviendas SOCIMI to start trading on Monday, 3 July

30 June, 2017

The Board of Directors of MAB has approved the listing of COLON VIVIENDAS SOCIMIin the SOCIMI (REITs) segment of this market, following a thorough review of all the information presented by the company and after the favourable assessment report on its listing issued by MAB’s Coordination and Admission Committee.

The company - the 34th REIT to list on MAB - is scheduled to start trading on Thursday, July 3rd.

The company’s trading code will be “YCOL” and trading will be through a price setting mechanism which will match buy and sell orders by means of two daily auction periods or “fixings”. Armabex Asesores Registrados is acting as Registered Adviser and BNP Paribas España as Liquidity Provider.

Based on the appraisal report by independent expert CBRE Valuation Advisory, the reference value set by the company's Board of Directors for each of the shares is €2.13, which brings its overall valuation to €19 million.

COLON VIVIENDAS SOCIMI is a company dedicated to the investment in residential assets for rent, managed by Azora Gestión SGIIC and currently owns the surface area of 4 blocks of council houses, built on land owned by the Barcelona City Hall.

The Informative Document on COLON VIVIENDAS SOCIMI can be found on the MAB’s website (www.bolsasymercados.es/mab) and contains all the relevant information on the company and its business.

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