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17 February 2021 exceeds 3,000 shareholders

Madrid 17 February.- (BME:LLN) (OTCQX:LLEIF) (EPA:ALLLN) has reached 3,000 shareholders, according to official market data.

In particular, the listed company, based in Spain, has 3,018 investors.

This represents an increase of 20 per cent compared to September 2020. The main stockholder of the company continues to be its CEO and founder, Sisco Sapena, whose stake amounts to 37.71 per cent of the capital of the business, a European leader in the e-signature and e-notification industry.

The bulk of investors of the company, which has a market cap of over ninety million euros, are retail investors, who own stocks through the Madrid, Paris and New York markets.

"We continue to add new shareholders to the company, and to attract those who want to support the growth of European technology companies working around the world," Sisco Sapena, who founded the company in 1995, explained. is the leading European company in registered electronic contracting and notification.

It holds more than 200 patents in contracting and e-notification, granted by more than 50 countries on five continents, and its intellectual property portfolio is one of the largest in the industry worldwide.

Currently, more than 75 countries recognize the legal validity of its electronic methods as a means of attesting legal notices in procurement processes.

The company recorded sales of €16.42 million in 2020, 20 per cent more than in 2019. This advance in the company's turnover was mainly a consequence of the boom in its Software as a Service (SaaS) line, which recorded an increase of €2.11 million, or 59 per cent, to €5.69 million.

The company is listed on the OTCQX index in New York, BME Growth in Madrid and Euronext Growth in Paris.