Getin Noble Bank (GNB)

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Current report 29/2012

08.03.2012
Correction of the Director’s report attached to the consolidated annual financial statements for the year 2011
Current report 29/2012 dated 8 March 2012 The Management Board of Getin Noble Bank S.A. (the „Issuer”) hereby publishes in attachment the corrected version of the Director’s report of the Getin Noble Bank S.A. Capital Group for the 12-month period ended 31 December 2011 attached to the consolidated annual financial statements for the year 2011 published by the Issuer on 29 February 2012. The correction of page 13 of the abovementioned document is as follows: There was: Noble Fund Akcji is addressed to investors accepting higher level of risk connected with seasonal fluctuations of stock indexes, expecting higher long-term rate of return. In 2011 Noble Fund Akcji rate of return amounted to 21.04%. Noble Fund Mieszany is addressed to investors accepting moderate level of investment risk, seeking institutions, which will actively manage funds between equity market and long-term instruments market. In 2011 Noble Fund Mieszany rate of return amounted to 16.40%. Noble Fund Akcji Małych i Srednich Spółek is addressed to investors accepting high level of investment risk connected with seasonal fluctuations of stock indices, particularly in short-term, interested in investing on the equity market from the segment of small and medium enterprises (companies not being a part of WIG20 index), expecting in longer term extraordinary profits. In 2011 Noble Fund Akcji Małych i Srednich Spółek rate of return amounted to 21.16%. Noble Fund Stabilnego Wzrostu Plus is addressed to investors who expect profits higher than secure investment like bank deposits and bonds, simultaneously keeping risk at moderate level. In 2011 Noble Fund Stabilnego Wzrostu Plus rate of return amounted to 13.26%. Noble Fund Timingowy is product in which the subfund management strives for achieving positive rate of return, irrespective of market business cycle. In 2011 Noble Fund Timingowy rate of return amounted to 20.20%. Noble Fund Global Return is addressed to investors accepting at least average risk level and seeking instruments securing assets during bear market, but using positive market trends during bull market. In 2011 Noble Fund Global Return rate of return amounted to 19.17%. Noble Funds Specjalistyczny Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty Noble Fund Africa is addressed to investors accepting high level of risk. The subfund aim is to reach extraordinary rate of return from investment in long-term period by obtaining exposure to selected companies from African countries. In 2011 Noble Fund Africa rate of return amounted to 33.02%. Noble Fund Opportunity Fundusz Inwestycyjny Zamkniety Noble Fund Opportunity FIZ uses market potential, mismatch and other specific investment opportunities appearing at the capital market (mainly Polish). Fund assets are actively allocated between shares of small and medium enterprises, allotment certificates (PDA), shares in LTD companies and bonds. The involvement in shares and securities depends on the current stock exchange situation. In 2011 Noble Fund Opportunity FIZ rate of return amounted to 20.27%. There is: Noble Fund Akcji is addressed to investors accepting higher level of risk connected with seasonal fluctuations of stock indexes, expecting higher long-term rate of return. In 2011 Noble Fund Akcji rate of return amounted to -21.04%. Noble Fund Mieszany is addressed to investors accepting moderate level of investment risk, seeking institutions, which will actively manage funds between equity market and long-term instruments market. In 2011 Noble Fund Mieszany rate of return amounted to -16.40%. Noble Fund Akcji Małych i Srednich Spółek is addressed to investors accepting high level of investment risk connected with seasonal fluctuations of stock indices, particularly in short-term, interested in investing on the equity market from the segment of small and medium enterprises (companies not being a part of WIG20 index), expecting in longer term extraordinary profits. In 2011 Noble Fund Akcji Małych i Srednich Spółek rate of return amounted to -21.16%. Noble Fund Stabilnego Wzrostu Plus is addressed to investors who expect profits higher than secure investment like bank deposits and bonds, simultaneously keeping risk at moderate level. In 2011 Noble Fund Stabilnego Wzrostu Plus rate of return amounted to -13.26%. Noble Fund Timingowy is product in which the subfund management strives for achieving positive rate of return, irrespective of market business cycle. In 2011 Noble Fund Timingowy rate of return amounted to -20.20%. Noble Fund Global Return is addressed to investors accepting at least average risk level and seeking instruments securing assets during bear market, but using positive market trends during bull market. In 2011 Noble Fund Global Return rate of return amounted to -19.17%. Noble Funds Specjalistyczny Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty Noble Fund Africa is addressed to investors accepting high level of risk. The subfund aim is to reach extraordinary rate of return from investment in long-term period by obtaining exposure to selected companies from African countries. In 2011 Noble Fund Africa rate of return amounted to -33.02%. Noble Fund Opportunity Fundusz Inwestycyjny Zamkniety Noble Fund Opportunity FIZ uses market potential, mismatch and other specific investment opportunities appearing at the capital market (mainly Polish). Fund assets are actively allocated between shares of small and medium enterprises, allotment certificates (PDA), shares in LTD companies and bonds. The involvement in shares and securities depends on the current stock exchange situation. In 2011 Noble Fund Opportunity FIZ rate of return amounted to -20.27%. The error in the contents of the abovementioned Director’s report concerned the mark on the level of the final text editing. The rest of the attachments to the consolidated financial statements for the year 2011 is correct. Legal basis: Article 56(1)(2a) of the Polish Act of 25 July 2005 on public offering and the conditions for introducing financial instruments into an organized trading system and on public companies (Journal of Laws No. 184 item 1539 of 2005 later amended) in connection with §6(2)(1) of the Minister of Finance Regulation of 19 February 2009 on current and periodic reporting by issuers of securities and the rules of equal treatment of the information required by the laws of non-member states (Journal of Laws of 2009 No. 33, item 259 with later amendments).