Euronext announces June 2021 quarterly review results of the BEL® Family

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Brussels – 9 June 2021 Euronext today announced the results of the quarterly review for the BEL 20®, BEL Mid® and BEL Small® indices, which will take place after markets close on Friday 18 June 2021 and be effective from Monday 21 June 2021.

 

Results of the quarterly review

 

BEL 20®

No changes in the composition of the index.

 

BEL Mid®

Inclusion of:

Exclusion of:

Orange Belgium

Banque Nationale de Belgique (BNB)

 

Leasinvest

 

BEL Small®

Inclusion of:

Exclusion of:

Ekopak

IEP Invest

Leasinvest

 

The Independent Supervisor retains the right to change the published selection, for instance in the case of a removal due to a takeover, until the publication of the final data after close of Wednesday 16 June 2021.

All events happening after that date will not lead to a replacement of the selected company that possibly needs to be removed from the final selection.

Review BEL® Family

The BEL® Family is reviewed quarterly (March, June, September, December). The full annual review is in March. The June, September and December reviews serve to include new entrants in the case that the index consists of less than the standard number of constituents and to facilitate inclusion of highly ranked non-constituents, for example recently listed companies.

Next Index Steering Committee Review: 8 September 2021

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