UPDATE OF THE "2019-2021 PERFORMANCE SHARES PLAN" DOCUMENT
Pero, August 6, 2020 - It is communicated that an updated version of the document relating to
F.I.L.A. - Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini S.p.A. ("Fila") share-based incentive plan, the socalled "2019-2021 Performance Shares Plan", drawn up pursuant to Article 114-bis of the
Legislative Decree No. 58 of February 24, 1998, was made available to the public today. It shows
an amendment to the number of beneficiaries of the "2019-2021 Performance Shares Plan", as a
consequence of the Fila Board of Directors resolutions of August 5, 2020.
This document is available at the registered office in Pero (Mi), via XXV Aprile n. 5, on the Fila
website at www.filagroup.it, "Governance - Stock Grant Plans" Section, in addition to the
"EMARKET STORAGE" authorized storage mechanism at www.emarketstorage.com.
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F.I.L.A. (Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini), founded in Florence in 1920 and managed since 1956 by the
Candela family, is a highly consolidated, dynamic and innovative Italian industrial enterprise and continues
to grow market share. In November 2015, F.I.L.A. listed on the STAR segment of the Milan Stock Exchange.
The company, with revenue of Euro 687.4 million in 2019, has grown significantly over the last twenty years
and has achieved a series of strategic acquisitions, including the Italian Adica Pongo, the US Dixon
Ticonderoga Company and Pacon Group, the German LYRA, the Mexican Lapiceria Mexicana, the English
Daler-Rowney Lukas and the French Canson, founded by the Montgolfier family in 1557.F.I.L.A. is an icon
of Italian creativity globally through its colouring, drawing, modelling, writing and painting tools, thanks
to brands such as Giotto, Tratto, Das, Didò, Pongo, Lyra, Doms, Maimeri , Daler-Rowney, Canson,
Princeton, Strathmore and Arches. Since its foundation, F.I.L.A. has chosen to focus on growth through
continuous innovation, both in technological and product terms, in order to enable individuals to express
their ideas and talent through tools of exceptional quality. In addition, F.I.L.A. and the Group companies
work together with the Institutions to support educational and cultural projects which promote creativity
and expression among individuals and make culture accessible to all.
F.I.L.A. currently operates through 22 production facilities (of which 2 in Italy) and 35 subsidiaries across
the globe and employs over 10,000 people.
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For further information:
Investor Relations F.I.L.A.
Stefano De Rosa - Investor Relations Officer
Francesca Cocco - Investor Relations
(+39) 02 38105206
Per la comunicazione finanziaria:
Community Strategic Communications Advisers
Tel. (+39) 02 89404231
Ufficio Stampa F.I.L.A
Cantiere di Comunicazione
Eleonora Galli: (+39) 02 87383180 -186 - mob: (+39) 331 9511099
Antonella Laudadio: (+39) 02 87383180 -189