[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In accordance with article 50, section III, subsection i) of the Disposiciones de Carácter General Aplicables a las Emisoras de Valores y a Otros Participantes del Mercado de Valores (Mexican Securities Issuers Regulations), OHL México, S.A.B. de C.V. (“OHL Mexico”) hereby informs to the public that it has set the price for (i) the primary public shares offering in Mexico, consistent in 93,630,394 ordinary shares, and (ii) its simultaneous primary private shares offering in certain foreign markets, consistent in 116,070,007 ordinary shares, at MXN$29.00 pesos per share. It is anticipated that the closing of both offerings will occur on June 26, 2013, subject to the fulfillment of the closing conditions set forth in the applicable agreements.
The underwriters of the public primary offer in Mexico and the initial purchasers of the international private offer received an option of 30 calendar days as of this date to subscribe a maximum of 31,455,060 additional ordinary shares at a subscription price equal to the subscription price of the abovementioned offerings (“Overallotment Options”).
The ordinary shares of these offers jointly represent approximately 12.32% of the representative shares of the capital stock of OHL Mexico, without considering the exercise of the Overallotment Options, and approximately 13.91% if the Overallotment Options are entirely exercised. After the closing of the offers OHL Concesiones, S.A.U., controlling shareholder of OHL Mexico, will be the holder of approximately 64.75% of the shares representative of the capital stock of OHL Mexico, without taking into consideration the exercise of the Overallotment Options, and of approximately 63.58% if the Overallotment Options are entirely exercised.
This release is only for information purposes pursuant to article 50, section III, subsection i) of the Mexican Securities Issuers Regulations and is not a subscription or sale offer nor a request to subscribe or sell shares of OHL Mexico in Mexico, the U.S. or any other jurisdiction. The shares of OHL Mexico may not be offered in the U.S. without a registry with the U.S.’s Securities Exchange Commission or a valid registration exception. Any offering, either in Mexico or in any other jurisdiction, will be made in accordance to an offering prospectus and/or an offering circular which contains detailed information regarding OHL Mexico, its administration and financial statements.