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At an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) held on 1 July 2014, Leaf’s shareholders voted to accept the Leaf Board’s proposed resolution to change the Leaf Group’s investment strategy to an orderly realisation and return of capital to the shareholders, which will occur on an asset-by-asset basis in timeframes appropriate for each asset.

Key elements of the new strategy, disclosed in the EGM circular to shareholders in advance of the meeting are:

In executing this aspect of the new strategy, Leaf will take a flexible approach that appropriately balances timing of any monetisation while still maximising value for shareholders. This means that some investments may be considered appropriate for sale in the short term, while others may be held for a longer period, as required by circumstances and market conditions.

The result of this change in strategy will help to accelerate the timing of cash distributions to shareholders. Any such cash distributions, in the form of redemptions, resulting from each realisation will depend on many factors, including Leaf Group’s working capital needs and the requirements of Cayman Island law with respect to redemptions. As a result, Leaf will not announce a redemption schedule.