Through a worldwide network of over 2.000 direct points of sale more than 2.500 service centres, and over 3,000 indirect points of sale in the U.S.A., Amplifon is present in Italy, France, the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg, Hungary, Poland, Israel, Turkey, Egypt, the U.S.A., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and India.
The Amplifon Group has been listed on the screen-based stock exchange (Mercato Telematico Azionario or MTA) since 27 June 2001. On 10 September 2008 the shares of the parent company, Amplifon S.p.A., were listed on the Italian Stock Exchange’s STAR segment. This segment includes SMEs committed to complying with more stringent requirements relating to disclosure, corporate governance and liquidity.
With regard to the latter, Banca Akros acts as the company’s “specialist”.
Amplifon’s shares are also listed on the FTSE Italia Mid Cap index.
For the transmission of the "Regulated Information" Amplifon S.p.A. has chosen to use the SDIR-NIS circuit, managed by BIt Market Services, company of the London Stock Exchange Group, with registered office in Piazza degli Affari n. 6 - Milan - Italy, whilst for its storage the Group uses the centralized mechanism named "1Info", managed by Computershare S.p.A., with registered office in Via Lorenzo Mascheroni, n.19 - Milan - Italy, www.1info.it.
The Amplifon Group is committed to making every effort to provide complete and timely financial information.
That, therefore, is the job of the Amplifon Group’s Investor Relations Department: to provide accurate information through the use of specific means and media. All significant developments are immediately brought to the attention of investors, shareholders and analysts.
The Investor Relations Department also works to attract the interest of the financial community through targeted initiatives. It plans conference calls and webcasts when results are announced or important events are held, as well as meetings throughout the year in the most important financial centres and regularly scheduled “investor days”.