Right to attend and vote at the Meeting
In order to attend and have a right to vote at the Meeting, a shareholder must hold Nokia shares on the record date of Thursday, November 7, 2013. Changes in holding of shares that take place after the record date have no effect on the right to participate or to vote in the Extraordinary General Meeting (i.e., no ‘share-blocking’ required).
In addition, nominee registered shareholders, i.e. shareholders who are holding their shares under the name of a broker, custodian bank or other nominee (“Custodian”), need to take the following measures to have a right to vote at the Extraordinary General Meeting 2013:
Act in accordance with the instructions you receive from your Custodian concerning participation, proxies and voting. Instruct without delay your Custodian to effect recording of your shares in your own name in the Temporary Register of Shareholders of Nokia Corporation.
Nominee registered shareholders may be recorded in the Nokia’s Register of Shareholders temporarily only for the purpose of taking part and voting at the Meeting.
A registration to the temporary Register of Shareholders is at the same time a notice of attendance to the Extraordinary General Meeting. The registration does not affect your possibility to trade with the shares registered.
Proxies given to other person than to the Custodian
If you wish to be present at the Meeting represented by some other person than your Custodian, a written power of attorney and a notice to attend the Meeting shall arrive to Nokia’s Registry of Shareholders no later than on Tuesday November 12, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. (Finnish time).
Registry of Shareholders
P.O. Box 226
FI-00045 NOKIA GROUP
Fax +358 7180 38984
Note that also in these cases the shareholder needs to be temporarily registered to the Register of Shareholders no later than 7 November 2013. Please instruct your Custodian accordingly well in advance prior to the record date.
For further information, you may also contact Nordea Bank Finland Plc in Finland, tel. +358 9 1655 1039 from Monday to Friday at 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon and 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. (Finnish time).