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eeef Annual Report 2014

eeef funds itself across three different share classes: Class C-Shares which represent the fund’s first loss piece, Class B-Shares which rank senior to the Class C-Shares, and Class A-Shares which rank senior to the other two share classes but junior to all of the other creditors of the Fund. All these share classes bear voting rights. While Class C-Shares are essentially designed to correspond to the expectations of governments, the other two share classes are of a more commercial nature and are currently held by development banks and the Investment Manager Deutsche Bank. The Fund can issue notes which are designed for private investors. Private investors are senior to all share investors and bear no voting rights. CURRENT SPLIT OF SHARECLASSES ACCORDING TO TO CALLED AMOUNTS AND REMAINING COMMITMENTS Total commitment in € Drawn in € Undrawn in € Notes – – – A-Shares 116,900,000.00 27,666,772.63 89,233,227.37 B-Shares 23,000,000.00 5,577,243.35 17,422,756.65 C-Shares 125,000,000.00 63,098,658.00 61,901,342.00 Total 264,900,000.00 96,342,673.98 168,557,326.02 2014 Activities Report: Funding 29 A-Shares 116,900,000.0027,666,772.6389,233,227.37 B-Shares 23,000,000.005,577,243.3517,422,756.65 C-Shares 125,000,000.0063,098,658.0061,901,342.00 Total 264,900,000.0096,342,673.98168,557,326.02