Significant transactions of the reporting period and events after the reporting period

ProInversion, the Peruvian state-owned company that operates on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications, signed a 35-year concession agreement with the Nuevo Métro de Lima consortium for the construction, operation and maintenance of line 2 and a branch of line 4 of the Lima metro on 28 April 2014.
The group’s stake is USD710 million.
The Nuevo Metro de Lima consortium comprises Iridium Concesiones de Infrastructura SA, Vialia Sociedad Gestora de Concesiones de Infrastrutructura SL, Salini-Impregilo S.p.A., Cosapi S.A., Ansaldo STS S.p.A. and AnsaldoBreda S.p.A..
The Lima metro L2 and L4 project involves 35 stations, 35 km of tunnels, 2 depots and 42 vehicles.
As part of this project, Ansaldo STS will be in charge of the design, procurement and installation, testing and roll out and system integration for the whole electromechanical package (signalling, power supply, telecommunications, platform screen doors, depot equipment, CTCs, automated fare collection and SCADA systems).
The concession envisages design, construction and financing for five years and operation and maintenance of the two lines for 30 years.
For the Lima project, Ansaldo STS will develop a CBTC (communication-based train control) solution with Unattended Train Operation (UTO), which is currently the leading-edge signalling technology in the mass transit sector.
With this contract, Ansaldo STS has reached its 250 km of fully-automated metro lines worldwide and has consolidated its presence in the important Peruvian market over the long-term.

In early July, through ADIF Alta Velocidad, the Spanish Ministry of Development entrusted the joint venture made up of Ansaldo STS and Instalaciones Inabensa with a €47 million contract for the implementation of the level 2 ERTMS signalling technology on the new high-speed line linking La Robla to Pola de Lena.
The contract provides for the design, installation and maintenance of level 2 ERTMS systems and the related signalling systems of the 51 km-high speed line, including the link to the Santibáñez - La Robla section which belongs to the conventional section linking Venta de Baños to Gijón.
Ansaldo STS, which leads the joint venture, is the project manager and provides the level 2 ERTMS solution together with the ASFA local train protection system, the traffic control centre, the interlocking (electronic) system and the auxiliary positioning system. Ansaldo STS is also in charge of maintenance of the entire system for the first year after roll out.

Again in July, in Denmark, Aarhus Letbane I/S chose Ansaldo STS as the preferred bidder for the turn-key project for the construction of the Aarhus tramway.
The first stage of the project involves the construction of a 12 km double-track train route through the city centre from Nørreport to Lisbjerg-Lystrup, via the main university campus at Skejbyy. Both ends of the line will be linked to the Banedanmark network, enabling the tram to run south from Nørreport through Aarhus H to Odder (26.5 km) and north to Hornslet and Grenaa (69 km).

In July, Ansaldo STS was awarded the first contract for the construction of the Navi Mumbai metro (India), amounting to approximately €78 million.
The Navi Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system being built in the Indian city of Navi Mumbai, in the state of Maharashtra. The complete system will consist of six lines (high rail corridors) covering a total distance of about 117 km. The contract relates to Line 1, Phase 1, which consists of 11.1 km of viaduct, with 11 stations, a depot and a fleet of 8 trains.
Line 1 will then be completed with the other two phases, which provide for a total of 12.3 km and 9 other stations.
The winning consortium is made up of Ansaldo STS, the leader, TATA Projects and CSR Zhuzhou.
Expected duration of the construction phase: about two and a half year’s work.
On 14 July 2014, as approved by the board of directors on 3 June 2014, the company carried out the fifth and last instalment of the bonus issue approved by the shareholders in their extraordinary meeting of 23 April 2010.
Following the issue of this fifth instalment, the company’s share capital now equals €100,000,000, comprising 200,000,000 ordinary shares of a nominal amount of €0.50 each.

Registered Office: 16151 Genoa Via Paolo Mantovani, 3 - 5
Paid-in Share Capital EUR 100,000,000 R.E.A. n. 421689 Register of Enterprises of Genoa Tax Code 01371160662
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