Coca-Cola EP chooses the Netherlands as home Member State after Brexit

The company is listed on Euronext Amsterdam, on the New York Stock Exchange, in London and on the Spanish stock exchanges.

Sol Daurella, the president of Coca-Cola European Partners, at the company's IPO.

Coca-Cola European Partners has chosen the Netherlands as the Member State of origin after the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union for the purposes of the Transparency Directive, as reported by the company this Monday to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV).

Coca-Cola European Partners is listed on Euronext Amsterdam, on the New York Stock Exchange, in London and on the Spanish stock exchanges.

This is the second signature that informs the CNMV of its decision to change its Member State of origin and replace it with the United Kingdom.

Specifically, Berkeley Energia has communicated that the Member State of origin of the company for the negotiation of its shares in the European Union will automatically cease to be the United Kingdom and will become Spain and the competent authority the CMNV, after the consummation of the ‘ Brexit ‘.

In a communication to the stock market regulator, the company indicated that it adopts this decision once the transition period in the United Kingdom ends on January 1.