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Milan, 14 December 2021. (“DHH” or the “Company”) (DHH.MI | WDHH21.MI) (ISIN shares IT0005203622), the cloud computing provider of Southeast Europe, announces the financial calendar for 2022, which is summarized below:

  • 15 February 2022: Board of Directors meeting reviewing the quarterly results (4Q2021);
  • 28 March 2022: Board of Directors meeting approving the draft Financial Statements 2021 and the consolidated Financial Statements 2021;
  • 28 April 2022: Shareholders’ meeting approving the Financial Statements 2021;
  • 16 May 2022: Board of Directors meeting reviewing the quarterly results (1Q2022);
  • 29 July 2022: Board of Directors meeting reviewing the quarterly results (2Q2022);
  • 28 September 2022: Board of Directors meeting approving the six-monthly Financial Statements 2022, subject to limited review by the auditing firm;
  • 15 November 2022: Board of Directors meeting reviewing the quarterly results (3Q2022).

Furthermore, today was approved by the Board of Directors of DHH:

A) The new Company’s procedure “Procedure for obtaining the Euronext Growth Advisor’s prior opinion on the proposal for the appointment of an independent director”, that will be made available to the public on the website of DHH.

B) The renewal of three service contracts between Seeweb – DHH’s subsidiary – and Quadrant S.r.l. (which is a related party of both Seeweb and DHH).

More specifically, Quadrant is owned (i) as for 50,67%, by Antonio Domenico Baldassarra (member of DHH’s Board of Directors and relative majority shareholder of the Company, as the owner of DHH’s shares representing more than 20% of the share capital), and (ii) as for the remaining 49,33%, by Enrico Vona (Sole Director of Quadrant and shareholder of the Company as the owner of DHH’s shares representing more than 20% of the share capital).

In light of the above, the execution of each of the mentioned agreements constitutes a transaction with related party under the “Procedure for Managing Transactions with Related Parties” adopted by DHH’s Board of Directors on 14 May 2021 (the “Procedure”) and under the applicable regulatory provisions.

The agreements at issue may be synthetically described as follows.

  1. Technological services agreement (Milan, Via Caldera 21): object of the agreement is the supply, by Quadrant in favour of Seeweb, of technological services (including the granting of using spaces) at the “Caldera Business Park” in Milan, Via Caldera 21, for a duration of 2 years starting from 1 January 2022, against compensation amounting to Euro 255.000,00 plus VAT/year.
  2. Services agreement (Frosinone, Via Armando Vona 66): object of the agreement is the supply, by Quadrant in favour of Seeweb, of services (cleaning, sanitisation, gardening, surveillance and security etc.) at the industrial premises – currently leased to Seeweb – in Frosinone, Via Armando Vona 66, for a duration of 2 years starting from 1 January 2022, against compensation of Euro 110.000,00 plus VAT/year.
  3. Services agreement (Frosinone, Corso Lazio 9): object of the agreement is the supply, by Quadrant in favour of Seeweb, of services (cleaning, gardening, surveillance and security etc.) at the premises – currently leased to Seeweb – in Frosinone, Corso Lazio 9, for a duration of 2 years starting from 1 January 2022, against compensation of Euro 10.000,00 plus VAT/year.

The services agreements described above are functional to the business activity carried out by Seeweb and the premises where the services are rendered – and where Seeweb’s data centers are located – are strategically important.

Due to their respective values (lower than the materiality thresholds set out for the “Significant Transactions” as defined in the Procedure, for two of them while the third can be qualified as “of small amounts” (“Minor Transaction”) pursuant to the Procedure), the agreements above have been jointly subject to the relevant approval process provided in respect to “Less Significant Transactions” under the Procedure.

More specifically, in compliance with the mentioned Procedure, the entering into of the services agreements with Quadrant has been approved by DHH’s Board of Directors also on the basis of the relevant favourable opinions issued by a proper Related-Party Transactions Committee duly constituted for the purpose, composed by the Independent Director and the Chairman of the Statutory Auditors of the Company.

The Committee, after having been involved in the preliminary stages of the transactions and provided with complete and adequate information on the same, issued the mentioned reasoned opinion, expressly stating the interest of the Company and Seeweb in carrying out the transactions, as well as the convenience and substantive correctness of the relevant applicable terms and conditions.

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