Report of the
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ADR contact information
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas
c/o American Stock Transfer Trust Company
Peck Slip Station
P.O. Box 2050
New York. NY 10272-2050
Shareholder Service (toll-free) Tel. +1 866 706 0509
Shareholder Service (international) Tel.+1 718 921 8124
Contact details for ADR brokers and institutional investors
US Tel:+1 212 250 9100
UK Tel:+44 207 547 6500
The Company ADR programme is sponsored by Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (Deutsche Bank). As the depositary bank. Deutsche Bank
performs the following roles for ADR holders as further detailed in the Deposit Agreement:
Records and maintains the register of ADR holders.
Is the stock transfer agent.
Distributes dividends in US dollars.
Facilitates the voting process and the exercise of the voting rights of ADR holders at any Company General Meeting if permitted by the Company
and the Depositary Agreement.
Issues and cancels HEINEKEN American Depositary Receipts (ADRs),
Can distribute Company circulars and General Meetings (including Annual General Meeting) documentation, if applicable.
For those holders who are not registered because their ADRs are held through a 'Street name' (nominee account), your nominee will receive Company
documents from time to time from Deutsche Bank to distribute to ADR holders. You need to make arrangements with your nominee if you wish to
receive such documents and to be able to exercise your vote through the depositary bank at General Meetings (if applicable).
Financial calendar in 2013 for both Heineken N.V. and Heineken Holding N.V.
Announcement of 2012 results 13 February
Publication of Annual Report 1 March
Trading update first guarter 2013 24 April
Annual General Meeting of Shareholders 25 April
Quotation ex-final dividend 2012 29 April
Final dividend 2012 payable 8 May
Announcement of half-year results 2013 21 August
Quotation ex-interim dividend 23 August
Interim dividend 2013 payable 3 September
Trading update third guarter 2013 23 October
The dividend policy of Heineken N.V. intends to preserve the independence of the Company, to maintain a healthy financial structure and to retain
sufficient earnings in order to grow the business both organically and through acguisitions.
The dividend payments are related to the annual development of the net profit before exceptional items and amortisation of brands (net profit beia),
which results in a dividend payout ratio in the range of 30-35 per cent.
Dividends are paid in the form of an interim dividend and a final dividend. The interim dividend is fixed at 40 per cent of the total dividend of the previous
year. Annual dividend proposals will remain subject to shareholder approval.
Heineken N.V. Annual Report 2012