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Share buyback programme update (10 June 2024)

Posted on June 12, 2024

Share buyback programme update

In accordance with the regulations, DEME Group NV hereby discloses information regarding the acquisition of own shares.

Under the framework of the share buyback programme, as announced per 26 April 2024, the company reports today that during the period from 3 June 2024 until 7 June 2024 the following transactions took place:

Repurchase of shares

Since the start of the share buy-back programme on 29 April 2024, DEME Group NV has bought back 12,382 shares for a total amount of 1,957,491.60 euro. This corresponds to 27.52% of the programme completed.

All details related to the acquisition of own shares by DEME Group NV can be found on

Financial Calendar

  • 29 August 2024 Half year 2024 results
  • 14 November 2024 Trading update Q3 2024

About DEME

DEME (Euronext Brussels: DEME) is a leading contractor in the fields of offshore energy, dredging & infra, environmental remediation, trenching and marine infrastructure. DEME also engages in concessions activities in offshore wind, marine infrastructure, green hydrogen, and deep-sea mineral harvesting. The company can build on almost 150 years of experience and is a front runner in innovation and new technologies. DEME’s vision is to work towards a sustainable future by offering solutions for global challenges: a rising sea level, a growing population, the reduction of emissions, polluted rivers and soils and the scarcity of mineral resources. DEME can rely on more than 5,300 highly skilled professionals and operates one of the largest and most technologically advanced fleets in the world. DEME realised a turnover of 3,285 million euro with an EBITDA of 596 million euro in 2023. For more information, please visit


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