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     109  0 Kommentare Results of the votes of the Combined Shareholders’ General Meeting of June 20, 2024  

    Daix (France), Long Island City (New York, United States), on June 21, 2024 – Inventiva (Euronext Paris and Nasdaq: IVA) (the “Company”), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of oral small molecule therapies for the treatment of metabolic dysfunction-associated steatohepatitis (“MASH”), also known as non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (“NASH”), and other diseases with significant unmet medical needs, today announced the results of the votes of its Combined Shareholders’ Meeting. 

    The Combined Shareholders' Meeting was held on Thursday June 20, 2024 at 9 a.m. at Hôtel Castel Burgond, 3 route de Troyes, 21121 Daix (France), under the chairmanship of Mr. Frédéric Cren, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and cofounder of Inventiva.

    Mr. Frederic Cren proceeded to the usual formalities of the opening of the meeting, in particular to the constitution of the Bureau by appointing Mr. Pierre Broqua and Mr. Jean Volatier, as tellers, as well as Mr. Dorian Raynaldy, as secretary of the general meeting.

    All the resolutions submitted to vote have been adopted by the shareholders, with the exception of the 30th resolution, which had been the subject of a negative recommendation by the Board of Directors. The 30th resolution would have empowered the Board of Directors to decide on share capital increases reserved for members of a company savings plan to be set up by the Company.

    Pursuant to Article R. 22-10-14 IV. of the French Commercial Code, the Combined Shareholders’ Meeting approved, without modification, the compensation policy for corporate officers as presented in the 2023 Universal Registration Document (Part 3.5.1, pages 147 and seq.).

    Information on the results of the votes is detailed below:

    • Total number of shares composing the share capital: 52 477 188
    • Total number of shares with voting rights: 52 346 516
     

     
    Ordinary part Extraordinary part
    Shareholders Shares Votes Shareholders Shares Votes
      Shareholders present 3 14 120 14 120 3 14 120 14 120
      Proxy to third parties 0 0 0 0 0 0
      Proxy to the Chairman 146 4 203 203 4 285 983 146 4 203 203 4 285 983
      Mail votes 67 28 881 338 41 012 196 67 28 881 338 41 012 196
      TOTAL 216 33 098 661 45 312 299 216 33 098 661 45 312 299
      Quorum 63,229 % 63,229 %


     

    VOTE RESULTS
    Ordinary Resolutions

     
    Resolution Result For Against Abstention Total number of votes cast Number of represented shares Proportion of represented share capital Non- voting votes Invalid votes Quorum
    Votes % Votes % Votes %
    1 Adopted  

    44 619 134
     

    > 99,99 %
     

    3 250
     

    < 0,01 %
     

    689 915
    ­
    -

     
     

    44 622 384
     

    33 098 661
     

    63,072 %
     

    0
     

    0
     

    63,229 %
    2 Adopted 44 619 134 > 99,99 % 3 250 < 0,01 % 689 915 ­- 44 622 384 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    3 Adopted 44 615 618 99,98 % 6 765 0,02 % 689 916 44 622 383 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    4 Adopted 44 611 047 99,98 % 11 045 0,02 % 690 207 44 622 092 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    5 Adopted 36 839 472 99,95 % 17 456 0,05 % 690 371 36 856 928 29 216 161 55,674 % 7 765 000 0 60,284 %
    6 Adopted 43 770 264 98,09 % 851 680 1,91 % 690 355 ­-­ 44 621 944 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    7 Adopted 44 524 341 99,78 % 97 398 0,22 % 690 560 ­-­ 44 621 739 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    8 Adopted 43 765 599 98,08 % 856 115 1,92 % 690 585 ­- 44 621 714 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    9 Adopted 44 025 261 98,66 % 596 483 1,34 % 690 555 ­- 44 621 744 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    10 Adopted 43 765 701 98,08 % 855 278 1,92 % 691 320 ­- 44 620 979 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    11 Adopted 43 765 701 98,08 % 855 278 1,92 % 691 320 ­- 44 620 979 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    12 Adopted 43 747 961 98,08 % 854 150 1,92 % 710 188 ­- 44 602 111 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    13 Adopted 44 508 017 99,79 % 94 379 0,21 % 709 903 ­- 44 602 396 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    14 Adopted 43 861 062 98,29 % 762 113 1,71 % 689 124 ­- 44 623 175 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    15 Adopted 44 579 434 99,90 % 43 446 0,10 % 689 419 ­- 44 622 880 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    16 Adopted 44 580 234 99,90 % 42 616 0,10 % 689 449 ­- 44 622 850 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    17 Adopted 44 578 834 99,90 % 44 016 0,10 % 689 449 ­- 44 622 850 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    18 Adopted 44 328 422 99,34 % 295 698 0,66 % 688 179 ­- 44 624 120 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    19 Adopted 44 145 753 98,93 % 478 643 1,07 % 687 903 ­- 44 624 396 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    37 Adopted 44 610 785 99,97 % 12 336 0,03 % 689 178 ­- 44 623 121 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %

      

    VOTE RESULTS
    Extraordinary Resolutions

     
    Resolution Result For Against Abstention Total number of votes cast Number of represented shares Proportion of represented share capital Non-voting votes Invalid votes Quorum
    Votes % Votes % Votes %
    20 Adopted 44 359 759 99,41 % 263 727 0,59 % 688 813 ­- 44 623 486 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    21 Adopted 43 798 806 98,16 % 822 764 1,84 % 690 729 ­- 44 621 570 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    22 Adopted 43 781 841 98,15 % 827 269 1,85 % 703 189 ­- 44 609 110 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    23 Adopted 43 782 041 98,15 % 826 839 1,85 % 703 419 ­- 44 608 880 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    24 Adopted 43 796 067 98,15 % 827 313 1,85 % 688 919 ­- 44 623 380 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    25 Adopted 43 795 686 98,15 % 827 694 1,85 % 688 919 ­- 44 623 380 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    26 Adopted 43 799 386 98,15 % 823 994 1,85 % 688 919 ­- 44 623 380 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    27 Adopted 43 793 243 98,14 % 830 333 1,86 % 688 723 ­- 44 623 576 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    28 Adopted 43 797 953 98,15 % 825 623 1,85 % 688 723 ­- 44 623 576 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    29 Adopted 43 794 811 98,15 % 825 824 1,85 % 691 664 ­- 44 620 635 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    30 Rejected 13 056 814 33,91 % 25 451 085 66,09 % 6 804 400 ­- 38 507 899 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    31 Adopted 44 583 644 99,92 % 35 896 0,08 % 692 759 ­- 44 619 540 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    32 Adopted 43 812 123 98,18 % 810 576 1,82 % 689 600 ­- 44 622 699 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    33 Adopted 43 790 738 98,13 % 832 761 1,87 % 688 800 ­- 44 623 499 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    34 Adopted 43 753 650 98,05 % 869 726 1,95 % 688 923 ­- 44 623 376 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    35 Adopted 44 598 714 99,95 % 20 965 0,05 % 692 620 ­- 44 619 679 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %
    36 Adopted 44 039 962 98,69 % 582 808 1,31 % 689 529 ­- 44 622 770 33 098 661 63,072 % 0 0 63,229 %

    About Inventiva

    Inventiva is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the research and development of oral small molecule therapies for the treatment of patients with MASH/NASH and other diseases with significant unmet medical need. The Company benefits from a strong expertise and experience in the domain of compounds targeting nuclear receptors, transcription factors and epigenetic modulation. Inventiva is currently advancing one clinical candidate, has a pipeline of two preclinical programs and continues to explore other development opportunities to add to its pipeline.

    Inventiva’s lead product candidate, lanifibranor, is currently in a pivotal Phase III clinical trial, NATiV3, for the treatment of adult patients with MASH/NASH, a common and progressive chronic liver disease.

    Inventiva’s pipeline also includes odiparcil, a drug candidate for the treatment of adult MPS VI patients. As part of Inventiva’s decision to focus clinical efforts on the development of lanifibranor, it suspended its clinical efforts relating to odiparcil and is reviewing available options with respect to its potential further development. Inventiva is also in the process of selecting a candidate for its Hippo signaling pathway program.

    The Company has a scientific team of approximately 90 people with deep expertise in the fields of biology, medicinal and computational chemistry, pharmacokinetics and pharmacology, and clinical development. It owns an extensive library of approximately 240,000 pharmacologically relevant molecules, approximately 60% of which are proprietary, as well as a wholly-owned research and development facility.

    Inventiva is a public company listed on compartment B of the regulated market of Euronext Paris (ticker: IVA, ISIN: FR0013233012) and on the Nasdaq Global Market in the United States (ticker: IVA). www.inventivapharma.com

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    Important Notice

    This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements, other than statements of historical facts, included in this press release are forward-looking statements.

    These statements include, but are not limited to, forecasts and estimates with respect to Inventiva’s pre-clinical programs and clinical trials, including design, duration, timing, recruitment costs, screening and enrollment for those trials, including the ongoing NATiV3 Phase III clinical trial with lanifibranor in MASH/NASH, clinical trial data releases and publications, the information, insights and impacts that may be gathered from clinical trials, the potential therapeutic benefits of Inventiva’s product candidates, including lanifibranor, potential regulatory submissions, approvals and commercialization, Inventiva’s pipeline and preclinical and clinical development plans, the expected benefit of having received Breakthrough Therapy Designation, including its impact on the development and review timeline of Inventiva’s product candidates, the potential development of and regulatory pathway for odiparcil, and future activities, expectations, plans, growth and prospects of Inventiva and its partners. 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Future results may turn out to be materially different from the anticipated future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such statements, forecasts and estimates, due to a number of factors, including that Inventiva cannot provide assurance on the impacts of the Suspected Unexpected Serious Adverse Reaction (SUSAR) on enrollment or the ultimate impact on the results or timing of the NATiV3 trial or regulatory matters with respect thereto, that Inventiva is a clinical-stage company with no approved products and no historical product revenues, Inventiva has incurred significant losses since inception, Inventiva has a limited operating history and has never generated any revenue from product sales, Inventiva will require additional capital to finance its operations, in the absence of which, Inventiva may be required to significantly curtail, delay or discontinue one or more of its research or development programs or be unable to expand its operations or otherwise capitalize on its business opportunities and may be unable to continue as a going concern, Inventiva’s ability to obtain financing and to enter into potential transactions, Inventiva's future success is dependent on the successful clinical development, regulatory approval and subsequent commercialization of current and any future product candidates, preclinical studies or earlier clinical trials are not necessarily predictive of future results and the results of Inventiva's and its partners’ clinical trials may not support Inventiva's and its partners’ product candidate claims, Inventiva's expectations with respect to its clinical trials may prove to be wrong and regulatory authorities may require holds and/or amendments to Inventiva’s clinical trials, Inventiva’s expectations with respect to the clinical development plan for lanifibranor for the treatment of MASH/NASH may not be realized and may not support the approval of a New Drug Application, Inventiva and its partners may encounter substantial delays beyond expectations in their clinical trials or fail to demonstrate safety and efficacy to the satisfaction of applicable regulatory authorities, the ability of Inventiva and its partners to recruit and retain patients in clinical studies, enrollment and retention of patients in clinical trials is an expensive and time-consuming process and could be made more difficult or rendered impossible by multiple factors outside Inventiva's and its partners’ control, Inventiva's product candidates may cause adverse drug reactions or have other properties that could delay or prevent their regulatory approval, or limit their commercial potential, Inventiva faces substantial competition and Inventiva’s and its partners' business, and preclinical studies and clinical development programs and timelines, its financial condition and results of operations could be materially and adversely affected by geopolitical events, such as the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and related sanctions, impacts and potential impacts on the initiation, enrollment and completion of Inventiva’s and its partners’ clinical trials on anticipated timelines and the state of war between Israel and Hamas and the related risk of a larger conflict, health epidemics, and macroeconomic conditions, including global inflation, rising interest rates, uncertain financial markets and disruptions in banking systems. Given these risks and uncertainties, no representations are made as to the accuracy or fairness of such forward-looking statements, forecasts, and estimates. Furthermore, forward-looking statements, forecasts and estimates only speak as of the date of this press release. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on any of these forward-looking statements.

    Please refer to the Universal Registration Document for the year ended December 31, 2023, filed with the Autorité des Marchés Financiers on April 3, 2024, and the Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2023, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on April 3, 2024. Other risks and uncertainties of which Inventiva is not currently aware may also affect its forward-looking statements and may cause actual results and the timing of events to differ materially from those anticipated. All information in this press release is as of the date of the release. Except as required by law, Inventiva has no intention and is under no obligation to update or review the forward-looking statements referred to above. Consequently, Inventiva accepts no liability for any consequences arising from the use of any of the above statements.

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