Shareholders

To demonstrate the power of its technology and the benefits of asset tokenization, Mt Pelerin Group SA has incorporated 100% of its share-equity into a token, the MPS, that was the first in the world to be fully equivalent to a share and indissociable from it.

To raise the initial funding to develop Mt Pelerin, the public was invited to become shareholders of Mt Pelerin and 5% of the MPS tokens were sold as freely transferable tokens.

This 5% is the only supply that will ever be available for unrestricted trading.

The MPS tokens are registered shares (actions nominatives liées / vinkulierte Namenaktien).

1 MPS Token = 1 Share of Mt Pelerin Group SA

Where Can I Exchange MPS Tokens?

The MPS is freely transferable. Any token holder is free to sell it. As a result, the MPS can be found on different peer-to-peer exchange platforms such as the ones listed below.

Please note that the MPS tokens available on those platforms are not offered by Mt Pelerin Group SA. Furthermore, Mt Pelerin Group SA has no control over those platforms, notably over the price and quantities listed there.

Shareholder Registration

If you have bought MPS tokens, you need to register them and pass our identification process to activate the financial and participation rights associated with their ownership.

To do so, please download Bridge Wallet and connect with your address holding your MPS tokens:

Voting

Each MPS token carries one vote at the shareholders' meetings of Mt Pelerin Group SA.

All the relevant information related to the shareholders' meetings will be communicated in due time individually to each registered shareholder.

Dividends

Under Swiss law, any dividend must be proposed by the board of directors of Mt Pelerin Group SA and approved by a general meeting of the shareholders.

Any proposal by the board of directors to declare a dividend, if any, will depend on different parameters notably the company's results of operations, financial condition, cash requirements and other relevant elements, including tax and other legal considerations.

In addition, the company's auditors must confirm that the board of directors' dividend proposal conforms to Swiss statutory law and the company's articles.

A Swiss corporation may pay dividends only if it has sufficient distributable profits brought forward from the previous business years or if it has distributable reserves, each as evidenced by its audited statutory financial statements prepared pursuant to Swiss law and after allocations to reserves required by Swiss law and the corporation's articles of association have been deducted.

Future dividends may be paid in ETH, tokenized fiat currency (both subject to further legal and accounting review) or in fiat currency.

Loss of Access to MPS Tokens

In the event you might lose the access to your MPS tokens, e.g. because the corresponding private key has been lost or stolen, you must contact us and we will initiate a recovery procedure.

Please note that this procedure is complex and time-consuming. You will be charged the effective cost of the recovery process based on the time spent for the case.

Prohibited Countries

The MPS token is a freely transferable token, which means that there are no particular restrictions coded in it that would prevent one individual to transfer it to another one.

However, citizens and residents from the following countries are not allowed to purchase and own MPS tokens:

United States of America, People's Republic of China (residents only), Afghanistan, the Bahamas, Botswana, Bosnia, Cambodia, Cuba, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guyana, Irak, Iran, Laos, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen.