1 Lar España Real Estate SOCIMI, S.A. Internal Code of Conduct in the Securities Markets Madrid, 06 February 2014
2 CONTENTS 1. PURPOSE 3 2. DEFINITIONS 3 3. SCOPE OF APPLICATION 6 4. HANDLING OF INSIDE INFORMATION Rules of conduct 6 5. RULES OF CONDUCT REGARDING MARKETABLE SECURITIES AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS Restricted activity periods Disclosure obligations Prohibition of resale 7 6. PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT 7 7. RULES OF CONDUCT REGARDING INSIDER AND RELEVANT INFORMATION 8 8. PROHIBITION AGAINST MANIPULATION OF THE COMPANY'S MARKETABLE SECURITIES AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS PRICES RULES REGARDING OWN SHARES TRANSACTIONS CONFLICTS OF INTEREST CORRESPONDENCE RECORDS AND REGISTER OF ACTIVITIES SUPERVISION OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTERNAL CODE OF CONDUCT REVISION BREACH ENTRY INTO FORCE 14
3 1. PURPOSE This Internal Code of Conduct in the Securities Markets (hereinafter, the "Code") was approved by the Board of Directors of Lar España Real Éstate SOCIMI, S.A. (hereinafter, the "Company") at their meeting held on 6 February 2014, pursuant to the mandate established in section 80.2 of Securities Market Law 24/1988, of 28 July (hereinafter, the "SML"). The purpose of this Code is to set forth the rules of conduct that must be observed by the Company, its administrative bodies, employees and representatives in their activities in relation to the securities market, pursuant to the terms of Royal Decree 1333/2005, of 11 November, which implements the SML as regards market abuse (hereinafter, "RD 1333/2005"). 2. DEFINITIONS For the purposes herein, the following terms are defined: Top Management: Any members of management that answer directly to the Board of Directors or the Managing Director and, in all cases, the party responsible for the Company's internal auditing. External Advisors: Any natural persons or legal entities and, in the latter case, the managers or employees thereof, that, while not holding the status of Grupo Lar España employees, provide advisory, consulting or similar services to the Company or to any of its subsidiaries and that, as a result thereof, have access to Inside or Relevant Information. Relevant Documents: Support materials - written, in electronic format or any other kind- regarding Inside or Relevant Information, which shall be strictly confidential in nature. Grupo Lar España: The Company and any subsidiaries and associates thereof, should there be any, subject to the situation set forth in section 42 of the Commercial Code. Material Fact: Any notification of Relevant Information that securities issuers are required to disclose immediately to the market, by means of notification to the Spanish National Securities Market Commission (Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores, or "CNMV", Spanish acronym), in accordance with section 82.2 SML.
4 Inside Information: Pursuant to section 81.1 SML, Inside Information shall be construed as any information of a specific nature that refers directly or indirectly to one or more Marketable Securities or Financial Instruments issued by the Company, which has not been disclosed to the public and that, in the event that it is disclosed, could influence or, had it been disclosed, could have influenced in a significant manner the prices of such Marketable Securities or Financial Instruments on an organised trading or derivative market or system related thereto. Pursuant to section 1.1 RD 1333/2005, information shall be deemed of a specific nature if it indicates a series of circumstances that arise, or could reasonably be expected to arise, or an event that has occurred, or could reasonably be expected to occur, when such information is sufficiently specific as to allow one to conclude the possible effect that such series of circumstances or events would have on the prices of the relevant Marketable Securities or Financial Instruments or, where applicable, the derivatives related thereto. Likewise, pursuant to the aforementioned section 1.1, information shall be considered to be able to have a significant effect on pricing when such information is that which a reasonable investor could use as the basis for making investing decisions. Relevant Information: Pursuant to section 82.1 SML, Relevant Information is any information, the knowledge of which could reasonably affect an investor in purchasing or transferring securities or financial instruments and could, thus, notably affect the prices thereof in a secondary market. Insiders: Pursuant to the terms of section 83 bis SML and section 8.1 RD 1333/2005, each of the individuals involved in the assessment or trading stages of any legal or financial transaction that could notably influence the price of Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments of any kind issued by the Company. Subject Parties: The following shall be considered Subject Parties: 1. Members of the Company's Board of Directors and, if not members, the Secretary and Vice-Secretary of the Board of Directors, as well as the Secretary General of the Company and the legal counsel of the Board of Directors (when such offices are not also held by the Secretary); 2. The Company's Top Management; 3. The company, Grupo Lar Inversiones Inmobiliarias, S.A. (hereinafter referred to as either "Grupo Lar" or the "Investment Manager", the members of its Board of Directors, its secretary and the members of its Management Team appointed by the Investment Manager pursuant to the terms and conditions of the (Investment Manager Agreement) entered into by the Company and Grupo Lar. 4. The managers and employees of both the Company and its associates that are identified as such and that perform their duties in areas related to securities markets or that regularly have
5 access to Inside or Relevant Information directly or indirectly related to the Company and its associates and, in all cases, parties belonging to the Secretary General, Financial Management and Business Management departments in the Company; and 5. Any other individual that is included within the scope of application of the Code at the discretion of the Chairman of the Board of Directors, in view of the circumstances of each case. Related Parties: In relation to the Subject Parties, pursuant to section 9 of RD 1333/2005, the following shall be considered Related Parties: 1. The spouse or domestic partner; 2. dependent offspring; 3. any other relatives that have lived with or depended upon the Subject Party for at least one year prior to the date on which a transaction is conducted; 4. any legal entity or trust in which the Subject Party or the individuals defined in the preceding paragraphs hold(s) a management position or which such parties are in charge of managing; or any that is directly or indirectly controlled by the Subject Party; or that was created to their benefit; or whose financial interests are, to a great extent, equal to those of the Subject Party; 5. intermediaries, construed as any parties that perform transactions regarding securities on behalf of the Subject Parties; and 6. any other individuals or entities that may be given this status under the legal provisions valid at any given time. Compliance Manager The individual appointed by the Audit and Control Committee to perform the duties entrusted to them in virtue of the terms set forth herein. Marketable Securities or Financial Instruments: Marketable Securities or Financial Instruments shall be defined as: 1. Bonds and equities issued by the Company that are traded on an official secondary market or other regulated markets, in multilateral trading systems or in other organised secondary markets (hereinafter, these shall all be referred to as "secondary markets"). 2. Financial instruments and agreements of any kind that grant the holder the right to acquire the aforementioned securities, including those that are not traded in secondary markets. 3. Financial instruments and agreements, including those that are not traded in secondary markets, the underlying basis of which are securities or instruments issued by the Company. 4. Solely for the purposes of article 4 herein ("Handling of Inside Information"), any securities or financial instruments issued by other companies or entities regarding which Inside Information is held.
6 3. SCOPE OF APPLICATION Unless expressly indicated otherwise, this Code of Conduct shall apply to the Subject Parties. The Compliance Manager shall at all times maintain an up-to-date list of the Parties Subject to this Code of Conduct. 4. HANDLING OF INSIDE INFORMATION 4.1 Rules of conduct Pursuant to section 81.2 SML, Subject Parties in possession of any kind of Inside Information: 1. Shall refrain from preparing or performing, directly or indirectly, on their own behalf or on behalf of others, any type of transaction relating to the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments. As an exception, they shall be allowed to prepare and perform transactions, the existence of which in itself constitutes the Inside Information, as well as transactions conducted in the fulfilment of an expired obligation to acquire or transfer such Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments, when such obligation is set forth in an agreement entered into before the Subject Party was privy to the Inside Information. Any transactions conducted in accordance with applicable regulations shall also be allowed. 2. Said Inside Information shall not be disclosed to third parties unless it is necessary in the course of performing their work, profession, office or duties in a responsible manner, and under the requirements set forth herein. 3. No recommendations shall be made to third parties as a result of holding such Inside Information, regarding the purchase or sale of the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments. 4. In general, the provisions set forth in applicable regulations and in this Code of Conduct must be complied with. 5. RULES OF CONDUCT REGARDING MARKETABLE SECURITIES AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS 5.1 Restricted activity periods The Subject Parties shall refrain from purchasing or selling the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments during the following restricted activity periods: 1. During the 20 days prior to the date of publication of the quarterly, half-term and annual interim reports that the Company must send to the CNMV and the Stock Exchange Regulatory Bodies. 2. From the time they are privy to any information about dividend payment proposals, capital increases or decreases or issues of the Company's convertible bonds. 3. From the time they are privy to any other Relevant Information up until such information is announced or disclosed to the public.
7 The Compliance Manager can issue bans on transactions with Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments for some or all of the Subject Parties or require that they be subject to prior authorisation by the former during the period of time established by the Compliance Manager, when the circumstances so justify. In this case, the party empowered to authorise the personal transactions of the Compliance Manager in relation to Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments shall be the Chairman of the Board of Directors. 5.2 Disclosure obligations The Subject Parties must inform the Compliance Manager in writing of any transaction in relation to the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments, whether conducted on their own behalf or on behalf of others. Any transactions conducted by Related Parties shall also have the status of transactions performed on one's own behalf, and thus must also be reported. The disclosure must take place within five business days after the transaction takes place. Parties that, for any reason, are included within the scope of application subject to this Code, must report the transactions conducted in relation to the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments on the date on which they are included herein. The notification must include the following information: 1. The name of the Subject Party and, where appropriate, the Related Party's name. 2. The grounds for the disclosure obligation. 3. The description of the Marketable Security or Financial Instrument. 4. The nature of the transaction. 5. The date and market in which the transaction took place. 6. The price and volume of the transaction. 5.3 Prohibition of resale Under no circumstances can the Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments acquired be sold on the same day as that on which the purchase transaction was made. 6. PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT In relation to any portfolio management agreements entered into by the Subject Parties and entities qualified to perform such investment services, the following rules shall apply: 1. Contents of the discretionary portfolio management agreements: In the understanding that these agreements grant investment decision-making powers to a manager acting on behalf of his/her principal, but as an independent professional, the Subject Parties must ensure that such agreements contain provisions that stipulate some of the following conditions:
8 a. The manager shall be expressly prohibited from performing investment transactions with the Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments. b. There must be an absolute and irrevocable guarantee that the transactions shall be performed with not intervention whatsoever from the Subject Parties and, therefore, they shall take place exclusively according to the professional criteria of the manager and in accordance with the guidelines applied for clients in general with similar financial and investing profiles. In all cases, the system set forth in article 5 above shall not be applicable to transactions in relation to Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments within the framework of discretionary portfolio management agreements unless the express approval of the Subject Parties is required, in which case the latter must comply with the obligations set forth therein. 2. Notification: Subject Parties that enter into discretionary portfolio management agreements must send a copy of such agreement to the Compliance Manager within five business days after signature thereof. If the Compliance Manager has justified reasons to judge that the agreement does not comply with the terms set forth herein, such party shall notify the Subject Party in order for the latter to amend the relevant aspects of the agreement. Until such amendments are made, the Subject Parties shall instruct the manager not to conduct any transactions whatsoever with the Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments. 3. Reporting to the manager: Subject Parties must ensure that the securities portfolio manager is aware of the rules of conduct applicable to the Subject Parties and of the fact that the manager must act accordingly. Subject Parties shall be responsible for assessing the advisability of terminating any said agreement in the event of a breach of the terms and conditions set forth herein by the manager. 4. Prior agreements: Agreements entered into by the Subject Parties prior to the time this Code becomes valid must be adapted to the terms herein and, in the meantime, the terms set forth in the preceding paragraph regarding the prohibition to conduct transactions with Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments shall apply. 7. RULES OF CONDUCT REGARDING INSIDE AND RELEVANT INFORMATION Pursuant to the terms of section 83 bis SML and section 8.1 RD 1333/2005, during the assessment or trading stages of any legal or financial transaction that could notably influence the price of Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments of any kind issued by the Company: 1. Access to the information shall be limited strictly to those people, whether internal or external to the organisation, to whom it is essential. 2. The Compliance Manager shall create and maintain a record of documents in which the following information shall be included for each legal or financial transaction that could notably influence the price of Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments of any kind issued by the Company: a. the identity of the Insiders; b. reason for which said parties were included in the List of Insiders; c. creation and modification dates of said record of documents.
9 This record of documents must be updated immediately in the following cases: a. whenever there is a change in the reasons for which a party appears in the record; b. whenever it is necessary to add another person to the record; and c. whenever a person included in the list ceases to have access to the Inside or Relevant Information, in which case a note shall be made of the date on which such circumstance occurred. The details filed in the List of Insiders shall be kept for at least five years after the creation date or the latest modification date, should there be any. 3. The Compliance Manager shall expressly inform the parties included in the record of the restricted nature of the information and of their duty of confidentiality as regards said information, the prohibition to use it and of the violations and penalties involved in illicit use thereof. Furthermore, the Compliance Manager must inform the interested parties of their inclusion in the record and of the other points set forth in Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data. 4. The necessary security measures shall be established with the aim of ensuring the safekeeping, filing, access, reproduction and distribution of Inside and Relevant Information in accordance with the rules on restrictions contained in this Code. 5. The Compliance Manager or the party or parties appointed by the former to such end, shall supervise market trends of the Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments issued by the Company and the news that professional financial reporters and the broadcast media issue that may affect such Securities and Instruments. 6. In the event that any abnormal trends occur in the volumes contracted or the trading prices and there is rational evidence to believe that such trends are occurring as a result of premature, partial or distorted disclosure of Inside or Relevant Information, the Compliance Manager, after consulting the Chairman of the Board, shall take the necessary measures to immediately publish a Material Fact that provides a clear and precise report on the status of the transaction in progress or that contains a preview of the information to be supplied. However, when such parties consider that the information should not be revealed to the public because it affects the Company's legitimate interests, the Compliance Manager must immediately inform the CNMV of such circumstance so that the latter may assess whether it is appropriate to apply section 91 SML. In addition, Subject Parties that have any Inside or Relevant Information are required to: a. Safeguard it, notwithstanding their duty to communicate and collaborate with legal and administrative authorities under the terms set forth in the SML and other legislation; b. Take appropriate measures to prevent such Information from being subject to abusive or unfair use; c. Notify the Compliance Manager immediately of any abusive or unfair use of Inside or Relevant Information that comes to their knowledge. Material Facts shall be reported immediately to the CNMV by the Company's Compliance Manager, after consulting with the Chairman of the Board of Directors. This notice must be made prior or simultaneous to the publication in any media and as soon as the Material Fact is known, the relevant decision is adopted or the agreement or contract is signed. The contents of the notice
10 must be accurate, clear and complete, so as not to lead to confusion or deceit. The foregoing shall be applicable in accordance with the terms set forth in section 82.3 SML and other provisions. Material Facts shall be accessible on the Company's corporate website as soon as they have been reported to the CNMV. The Compliance Manager, or the person or persons appointed by such party to such end, shall periodically supervise the contents of the Company's corporate website to ensure that they meet said requirement and, in general, all the disclosure requirements deriving from the Company's status as a listed company. The Compliance Manager, after consulting with the Chairman of the Board of Directors, shall confirm or deny, as the case may be, the published information about circumstances that are deemed as Material Facts. In order to ensure that the Relevant Information is transmitted to the market in a balanced and fair manner, the Subject Parties or the Insiders shall refrain from furnishing information considered as a Material Fact which has not previously or simultaneously been furnished to the market in general to analysts, shareholders, investors or the press. The Subject Parties shall endeavour to use the greatest possible diligence in adequately preserving the Relevant Documents and keeping them in a strictly confidential manner, so that the ordinary pricing of the Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments is not affected by third-party knowledge. External Advisors must previously sign a confidentiality agreement in order to gain access to the Relevant Documents, in which they are notified of the nature of the information furnished to them and the obligations undertaken in this regard, as well as the inclusion of their personal details in the relevant record of documents within the terms stated herein. 8. PROHIBITION AGAINST MANIPULATION OF THE COMPANY'S MARKETABLE SECURITIES AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS PRICES Pursuant to section 83 ter SML and 2.1 RD 1333/2005, Subject Parties shall refrain from preparing or engaging in practices that distort the free market price formation of the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments, such as: 1. Issuing orders or performing transactions in the market that provide or could provide false or misleading evidence as to the supply, demand or price of the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments. 2. Issuing orders or performing transactions, by means of one or more people acting in conjunction, that guarantee the price of one or more of the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments at an abnormal or artificial rate, unless the party conducting the transactions or issuing the orders can prove to have legitimate reasons to do so and that such reasons abide by market practices accepted in the pertinent regulated market. This shall also apply to actions by one or more people acting in conjunction to ascertain a controlling position over the supply and demand of a Marketable Security or Financial Instrument, which results in direct or indirect purchase or sale price fixing or other unfair trading conditions. 3. Issuing orders or performing transactions by means of fictitious devices or any other manner of deceit or scheming, as well as buying or selling a Marketable Security or Financial Instrument at market closing time, which would mislead investors that base their decisions on the closing prices.
11 4. Broadcasting over any media, including the Internet, or by any other means, information that provides or could provide false or misleading evidence as to the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments, including spreading rumours and false or misleading news, when the party that spread such rumours or news knew or should have known that the information was false or misleading. 5. Making use of occasional or periodic access to traditional or electronic communication media to state an opinion about the Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments or, indirectly, about their issuer, after taking a stance on the Security or Financial Instrument and having benefited from the repercussions of the opinion stated about the price of such Security or Financial Instrument, without at the same time disclosing this conflict of interest to the public in an adequate and effective manner. The following transactions or orders shall not be included in this article: 1. Those arising from the Company's execution of buy-back programmes of own shares, provided that the statutory conditions for such are met; and 2. in general, any that are conducted in accordance with applicable regulations. 9. RULES REGARDING OWN SHARE TRANSACTIONS 1. For the purposes of the Code herein, own share transactions shall be construed as those conducted directly or indirectly by the Company with the Company's own shares, as well as financial instruments or agreements of any kind, whether or not they are traded in the Stock Market or other organised secondary markets, that grant the right to acquire, or whose underlying basis is, the Company's shares. 2. Own share transactions shall always have legitimate aims, including providing investors with adequate liquidity and depth in trading the Company's shares, implementing own share purchase plans passed by the Board of Directors or by resolutions of the General Meeting of Shareholders, fulfilling legitimate commitments previously undertaken or any other aims allowed under applicable regulations. Under no circumstances shall own share transactions be conducted for the purpose of intervening in the free market price formation process. In particular, the performance of any of the types of conduct referred to in sections 83 ter 1 SML, 2 RD 1333/2005 and 7 herein must be avoided. 3. Lar España's own share transactions shall not, under any circumstances, be conducted based on Inside Information. 4. Own share transactions shall be managed in a completely transparent manner as regards the market supervisors and regulatory bodies. 5. As regards own shares, the Financial Management Department shall have the following duties: a. Management of the own shares in accordance with the terms established herein and under applicable regulations, notwithstanding the option to enter into a liquidity agreement with a financial institution in order to independently manage the Company's own shares under the regulations governing these agreements as an accepted market practice. b. Supervising market trends of the Company's shares, informing the Financial Manager of any significant changes in their prices. c. Keeping a record of all the own share transactions approved and performed.
12 d. Periodically informing the Financial Manager about own share transactions performed, and where appropriate, the latter shall report to the CNMV. 6. The Financial Management Department shall undertake a special confidentiality commitment in relation to own share transactions. 7. The Financial Manager shall perform his/her tasks as regard compliance with this article and shall periodically inform the Board of Directors about own share transactions. 8. Lar España shall abide by any and all obligations and requirements derived from applicable regulations at any time, in addition to the provisions set forth herein, in its own share transactions. 10. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST A conflict of interest is deemed to exist when a Subject Party has any of the following conditions in relation to the entities referred to in this article: 1. The party is a director or Top Management. 2. The party holds significant interests (construed, for companies listed in any official Spanish or foreign secondary market, as those referred to in section 53 SML and the implementation legislation thereof, and for unlisted Spanish or foreign companies, any direct or indirect holdings of more than twenty percent of the share capital issued). 3. The party has family ties up to the second degree of kinship by marriage or the third degree by birth to its directors, holders of significant interests in its capital or Top Management. 4. The party has relevant direct or indirect contractual relations. Subject Parties subject to conflicts of interest must observe the following general guidelines for action: Independence: Subject Parties must act at all times with freedom of opinion, loyalty to the Company and its shareholders and independently of their own or third parties' interests. Consequently, they shall refrain from placing their own interests above those of the Company or those of some investors over others. Refrainment: They must refrain from intervening or influencing in decision-making processes that could affect the people with whom or entities with which a conflict exists and from accessing Relevant Information that affects such conflict. Notification: Subject Parties must inform the Compliance Manager of any potential conflicts of interest in which they may be involved as a result of their activities outside the Company, their family ties, personal assets or for any other reason, as regards: a. The Company or any of the companies pertaining to Grupo Lar España. b. Significant suppliers or customers of the Company or the companies pertaining to Grupo Lar España c. Entities that engage in the same type of business as, or are competitors to, the Company or any of the Company's subsidiaries.
13 Any questions about potential conflicts of interest must be discussed with the Compliance Manager, and the final decision shall correspond to the Audit Committee. 11. CORRESPONDENCE RECORDS AND REGISTER OF ACTIVITIES The Compliance Manager shall be required to keep duly filed records of the correspondence, notices and any other activities related to the obligations contained herein. Likewise, the Compliance Manager shall also keep a record of information regarding the Company's Marketable Securities and Financial Instruments held by Subject Parties. At least once a year the Subject Parties shall be asked to confirm the Marketable Securities and Financial Instrument balances contained in the records. The data in these records shall be strictly confidential. The Compliance Manager shall periodically inform the Board of Directors, via the Secretary thereof, of the contents of such records and any time said body so requests. 12. SUPERVISION OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTERNAL CODE OF CONDUCT Pursuant to the terms of the Company's Articles of Association and the Board of Directors Regulations, the Audit Committee shall be charged with supervising the actual compliance with the obligations set forth herein, to which end, it is recognised the following powers: 1. To observe and enforce observance of the rules of conduct in the securities markets and the rules in this Code, the procedures therein and any other present or future additional regulations. 2. To foster awareness amongst the Subject Parties of the Code and other rules of conduct in the securities markets. 3. To implement, where appropriate, implementation procedures and rules as deemed fit for application of this Code. 4. To interpret the rules contained in the Code and resolve questions or issues that are put forward by the Subject Parties. 5. To impose disciplinary measures on the Subject Parties for a breach of the rules of this Code. 6. To propose the amendments or enhancements to this Code deemed appropriate to the Company's Board of Directors. The Audit Committee shall hold all the powers needed to carry out its duties, and shall be especially qualified for the following, among other duties: 1. Demanding any details or information deemed necessary from Subject Parties. 2. Establishing reporting requirements, control rules and other measures deemed appropriate. The Audit Committee shall inform the Board of Directors annually, or whenever deemed necessary or summoned to do so, of the measures taken to ensure compliance with the terms of the Code, the degree of compliance and the incidents that have arisen and reports filed, where applicable, in the period.
14 13. REVISION Pursuant to the terms of article 80.2 SML, this Code shall be revised by the Board of Directors whenever it is deemed necessary to adapt its contents to provisions in force that may be applicable, after informing the Audit Committee of such. 14. BREACH A breach of the terms established in this Code of Conduct shall give rise to the consequences set forth in valid legislation. 15. ENTRY INTO FORCE This Code of Conduct shall remain valid for an indefinite period and shall enter into force on the date upon which the Company's shares are officially allowed for trading in the Spanish Stock Markets over the Sistema de Interconexión Bursátil (Continuous Market). The Company's Compliance Manager shall inform the Subject Parties of such circumstance, ensuring that the contents of this Code are known, understood and accepted by all the individuals pertaining to Grupo Lar España to whom it is applicable. Furthermore, the Compliance Manager shall notify the Company's subsidiaries, if any exist, of this Code, for approval by the respective boards of directors and for issuance to the Subject Parties at said companies.
15 APPENDICES DOCUMENTS TO BE EXECUTED TOGETHER WITH THE LAR ESPAÑA REAL ESTATE SOCIMI, S.A. INTERNAL CODE OF CONDUCT IN THE SECURITIES MARKETS
16 APPENDIX I COMMITMENT TO REVISE THE LAR ESPAÑA REAL ESTATE SOCIMI, S.A. INTERNAL CODE OF CONDUCT IN THE SECURITIES MARKETS
17 Mr [ ] COMISIÓN NACIONAL DEL MERCADO DE VALORES Edison, Madrid Madrid, on [ ] [ ] [ ] Pursuant to the terms of section 80.2 of Securities Market Law 24/1988, of 28 July, Lar España Real Estate SOCIMI, S.A. (the "Company") hereby undertakes to revise its Internal Code of Conduct in the Securities Market whenever necessary in order to adapt its contents to any applicable provisions in force, and it also hereby declares that the contents of this Internal Code of Conduct in the Securities Market are known, understood and accepted by all the individuals pertaining to Grupo Lar España to whom it is applicable. Kind regards, Lar España Real Estate SOCIMI, S.A. Signed: [Name]
18 ANNEX 2 COMMITMENT TO ADHERE TO THE LAR ESPAÑA REAL ESTATE SOCIMI, S.A. INTERNAL CODE OF CONDUCT IN THE SECURITIES MARKETS
19 LAR ESPAÑA REAL ESTATE SOCIMI, S.A. Rosario Pino, a Planta Madrid For the attention of the Secretary of the Board of Directors Dear Sir/Madam, The undersigned party,..., holding Spanish Tax ID..., declares to have received a copy of the Internal Code of Conduct in the Securities Markets from LAR ESPAÑA REAL ESTATE SOCIMI, S.A. (the "Code"), and expressly declares his/her acceptance of the rules contained therein. Furthermore, the party also declares that he/she is the direct or indirect holder of the following Related Securities and Financial Instruments (as this term is defined herein): Nature of the Security Issuer Direct securities Indirect securities(*) (*) Via: Name of Direct Holder of the Security Tax ID of Direct Holder of the Security Issuer Number Moreover, he/she declares to have been informed of the fact that: 1. Inappropriate use of the Inside Information to which he/she may have access could be qualified as a serious offence as per section 99. (o) of Securities Market Law 24/1998, of 28 July ("SML"), a major offence as per section 100.(x) of said Law or a crime of insider trading in the stock market as per section 285 of Organic Law 10/1995, of 23 November, of the Criminal Code (the "Criminal Code"). 2. Inappropriate use of inside information is punishable in the manner set forth in sections 102 and 103 of the SML and in section 285 of the Criminal Code, with fines, public warnings, dismissal from office and incarceration.
20 Finally, pursuant to the terms established in Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on Protection of Personal Data, the undersigned party has been informed of the fact that his/her personal data, contained in this statement for the purposes of the notifications issued in compliance with the Code, shall be included in an automated file for which LAR ESPAÑA REAL ESTATE SOCIMI, S.A., is responsible, with registered address at calle del Rosario Pino número 14-16, Madrid, for the purposes of compliance with the terms of the Code. Likewise, the party declares that he/she has been informed of the option to exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation or objection based on the terms established in legislation in force in this regard, by contacting the party responsible for the file in writing. In reference to any data, where applicable, that may have been supplied regarding other individuals, it is stated for the record that they were previously informed of the fact that said data would be handled by LAR ESPAÑA REAL ESTATE SOCIMI, S.A. and of their corresponding rights, in the terms indicated herein above. In..., on Signed:...
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