5) What is the difference between A, B, and C shares?

The “A” Shares are those assigned to the founding shareholders, have equity rights, voting rights, and pre-emption on distributable profits of 10%. They have
not been awarded for years. The “B” Shares, which can be subscribed for investments equal to or over €20.022 – corresponding to 7.100 shares – are like the “A” ones that provide for all property rights and the right to vote, without pre-emption on profits.
The “C” Shares, which can be subscribed for investments of less than € 20.022, have all the property rights but do not have the non-voting rights.