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Infosys's ADS Approved For Listing On NYSE Euronext Paris - Quick Facts

Infosys (INFY) announced Thursday that the French Autorité des marchés financiers or AMF has approved the company's prospectus for admission of its American Depositary Shares for listing and trading on the Professional Segment of NYSE Euronext Paris, and has granted visa number 13-029, dated February 13, 2013, on the Prospectus. Infosys said it has also applied for admission to listing and trading on NYSE Euronext London.

On February 12, 2013, Euronext Paris S.A. approved Infosys' application for listing and trading its American Depositary Shares on NYSE Euronext Paris, and LIFFE Administration and Management approved its application for trading of its American Depositary Shares on NYSE Euronext London.

Infosys noted that it has made an application for admission of its American Depositary Shares to the Official List of the UK Listing Authority (UKLA) and currently expects that the UKLA will approve its listing application following a listing hearing, which is currently expected to take place on February 18, 2013.

Infosys' American Depositary Shares are scheduled to begin trading on the Euronext exchanges and to be admitted to the Official List of the UKLA on February 20, 2013.

The company stated that its American Depositary Shares will trade under the symbol "INFY" and be denominated in Euros on the Euronext exchanges. This listing will not alter Infosys' share count, capital structure, or current stock listing on the New York Stock Exchange or NYSE, where it also trades under the symbol "INFY".

by RTT Staff Writer

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