FAQ

Where are Restoque shares traded?

Restoque’s shares are registered for trading on the B3 – São Paulo Stock Exchange, under the code “LLIS3”, admitted to trading on the Novo Mercado, a listing segment that gathers companies with the best corporate governance practices.

The Novo Mercado gathers the shares of companies that voluntarily adopt corporate governance practices in addition to those required by Brazilian law. These practices include the implementation of a set of corporate rules that expand shareholder rights and a more transparent and comprehensive information disclosure policy.

What are the rights associated with Restoque common shares?

Holders of Restoque common shares are guaranteed all of the rights pertaining to shares issued by the Company, according to terms set forth in its Bylaws, in the Brazilian Corporation Law and in the regulations of B3’s Novo Mercado segment, including the following:

  • The right to one vote per share in general shareholders’ meetings;
  • The right to the compulsory dividend, for each fiscal year, of no less than 25% of the net profit for the respective period, as adjusted according to the terms of article 202 of the Brazilian Corporation Law;
  • The right to divest Restoque shares in a public offering to be held by the controlling shareholders, upon delisting of the publicly-held company or the Company’s shares from Novo Mercado, according to their economic value, as assessed by an appraisal report elaborated by a specialized independent firm of proven experience chosen by the board of directors, the cost for which will be covered by the offering party;
  • The right to receive full dividends and other disbursements pertaining to shares declared by the Company from the date of liquidation as well as all other benefits conferred upon shareholders.
How and when does Restoque disclose its information?

Relevant facts, result announcements and other releases from Restoque to the market are disclosed simultaneously at CVM and in the investor relations area of the Company’s website (www.restoque.com.br), in addition to being subsequently forwarded by e- mail to people who register to receive such information. To register, visit the “Sign up for Mailing” page and fill in your details.

The complete financial statements are published annually in the Brazilian newspaper “Valor Econômico”. Quarterly financial statements, press releases, presentations, material facts and notices to shareholders are available in the investor relations area of Restoque’s website. Other information about the Company also may be obtained on the website of B3 – São Paulo Stock Exchange (www.b3.com.br) and at the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil – CVM (www.cvm.gov.br).

How to invest in stocks?

Before looking for a financial institution and starting to invest in stocks, it is suggested that you thoroughly study the subject and the macroeconomic scenario. B3 makes available to the general public a page on its website that offers educational content for investors (www.edu.b3.com.br).

After that, the next step is for you to look for a stockbroker. These financial intermediaries have professionals dedicated to analyzing the market, sectors and companies and, with them, you can find out about the right time to buy and sell certain shares to obtain better results.

You can also trade stocks via the internet. For that, you must be a client of a financial institution that offers the Home Broker system, which allows you to trade shares online.

Who is responsible for shareholder services?

Services to Restoque’s shareholders are provided by specialized Itaú (custodian) bank branches.

Email: investfone@itau.com.br
Phone: (0xx11) 3003-9285 or 0800 720 9285

How can I contact the Investor Relations Area?

RESTOQUE S.A.
Rua Othão, 405
Vila Leopoldina, São Paulo/SP
ZIP: 05313-000
www.restoque.com.br
GUILHERME DE BIAGI PEREIRA
Investor Relations and Strategic Planning Officer

Email: ri@restoque.com.br
Phone: (0xx11) 4860-8860

Why does Restoque calculate EBITDA?

EBITDA is a non-GAAP measure used by the management of Restoque and reconciled with the financial statements based on the guidance set forth in CVM Official Letter No. 1/2007, consisting of the net income (loss) adjusted by the net financial result, income and social contribution taxes, depreciation and amortization. EBITDA is a Brazilian or U.S. GAAP measurement, does not represent cash flows for the periods presented and should not be considered alternatives to net income as an indicator of Restoque operating performance or as an alternative to cash flows as an indicator of liquidity. EBITDA does not have a standardized meaning and Restoque definition of EBITDA may not be comparable to EBITDA as used by other companies.

Although the EBITDA does not provide, according to the Brazilian Accounting Principles (BR GAAP) or the U.S. Accounting Principles (US GAAP), measures of the operational cash flows, Restoque management uses EBITDA to measure its operating performance. Additionally, the Company management believes that disclosure of EBITDA can provide useful information to investors, financial analysts and the public in their review of the Company’s operating performance and its comparison to the operating performance of other companies in the same industry and other industries.

What are Restoque's brands?

Restoque’s brands are:

  • Le Lis
  • Dudalina
  • John John
  • BO.BÔ
  • Individual
  • Rosa Chá