Quess Corp Ltd - Announcement under Regulation 30 (LODR)-Updates on Acquisition

| Updated on May 29, 2019 Published on May 29, 2019

This is an update to our stock exchange intimation dated April 17, 2019, wherein we had stated that Acquirer, which is a subsidiary of Quess, had signed definitive agreements to acquire up to 93,49,095 equity shares of Allsec, representing 61.35% of the total share capital of Allsec (the Underlying Transaction).

As part of the Underlying Transaction, we wish to inform that First Carlyle Ventures Mauritius has today (i.e. May 29, 2019) issued transfer instructions for the transfer of 39,61,940 equity shares of Allsec, representing 26.00% of the total share capital of Allsec (the Investor Shares). The Investor Shares are expected to credit with the Acquirer either today (i.e. May 29, 2019) or tomorrow (i.e. May 30, 2019).

Additionally, pursuant to such transfer, Mr. Ajit Isaac and Mr. Subrata Nag, each of whom are nominees of the Acquirer, will be appointed as the Acquirers nominee directors on the board of directors of Allsec.

We request you to take the above on record.

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Published on May 29, 2019

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