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1 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine November 5th 2008 ASBISC Enterprises PLC Press conference Siarhei Kostevitch, CEO Marios Christou, CFO Costas Tziamalis, IR

2 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 1 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Important notice This presentation contains forward looking statements. Actual results may differ materially from the anticipated results as a consequence of certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to general economic conditions in the markets in which ASBISc operates, and other risks detailed in our semi- annual and annual reports. For the most recent description of the risk factors please see Risk Factors section in the prospectus.

3 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 2 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Company and market overview

4 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 3 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Introduction to ASBIS Leading IT distributor across EMEA markets Particularly strong in the F.S.U. (above 45% of sales) and Central Eastern Europe (about 30% of Sales) Established in 1990 in Minsk, headquartered in Limassol (Cyprus) since 1995 First choice distribution partner for global industry suppliers Top ranked (1 to 3 place), preferred regional distribution partner for Intel, AMD, Seagate, Samsung, Microsoft Wide product of IT component portfolio, distributed on a ‘one-stop-shop’ basis Already strong in A branded laptops, PCs and servers Increasing share of private label, high-margin products and accessories marketed under Prestigio and Canyon brands Distribution network physically present in 26 countries We reach 20,000 customers in 70 countries owing to unique B2B on-line solution applied to over 50% of sales value Experienced management and strong operational and financial controls

5 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 4 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Milestones Development of Canyon and Prestigio private labels Launch of the IT4Profit platform, US$10m private placement of shares to institutional investors ASBIS incorporated in Cyprus Headquarters moved to Limassol, Cyprus Aggressive expansion across the CEE region Distribution agreement with Intel Launch of mobile PC strategy Distribution agreement with AMD Listing on AIM in October 2006 Revenues in excess of US$1bn Listing on the WSE Distribution agreements with Toshiba and Dell Established in Minsk, Belarus Distribution agreement with Seagate Distribution hub in Amsterdam CAGR = 25.5%

6 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 5 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Competitive strengths Broad geographic coverage in CEE combined with local presence Group has strong local presence in a number of countries, unlike most of international competitors Reduced shipping and revenue collection costs and consistent marketing approach Growing and secure business due to market differentiation Experienced management team combined with local expertise Key managers have been with the Group for several years Regional operations managed by local experienced managers with an in-depth understanding of the local markets Revenues of US$1.4bn in 2007 with sales in c.70 countries and operating facilities in 23 countries Authorised distributor status achieved thanks to the size and scope of operations, leading to tangible commercial benefits Critical mass Price and stock rotation protection granted by suppliers Beneficial contract terms providing protection from declining prices and/or slow moving inventory Main local competitors tend to buy in the open market One-stop-shop Complete solutions to producers and integrators of server, mobile and desktop segments

7 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 6 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Operations

8 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 7 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Distribution network Four distribution centres in Prague, Helsinki & Dubai, Amsterdam 33 local warehouses in 26 countries JIT stock replenishment system 381-strong Sales & Marketing team across all countries of operations Local technical support Ballinloough Amsterdam Bratislava Casablanca Algiers Tunis Vilnius Ljubljana Zagreb Istanbul Warsaw Minsk Sofia Moscow Kiev Bucharest Limassol Almaty Prague Belgrade Tallinn Kosice Budapest Cairo Dubai Hong Kong Distribution centers Helsinki Riga Sarajevo Roma Jaelfaella Riyadh Jeddah

9 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 8 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Financial results

10 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 9 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Factors affecting financial results in Q World’s financial crisis Credit crisis has appeared on all markets, however MEA markets have been hit less than Western Europe Less credit avalaibility has already resulted in less demand on several markets we operate It is expected that the credit crisis may affect our results in the future, especially if it will last for longer period Political and economic instability in Ukraine resulted in lower revenue Currency fluctuations High movements of currencies exchange rates affect Company’s business Particularly strenghtening of the U.S. Dollar against Russian Ruble, Euro, Euro-linked currencies and other currencies in which we operate results in decrease in Company revenues and net profit, as reported in the U.S. Dollar Recently, due to markets turbulance certain interbank rates have increased (Serbia, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Ukraine) Several of the Group’s bankers have raised their spread (Romania, Slovakia) This resulted in increase of the Group’s borrowing cost Interest rate fluctuations

11 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 10 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Financial results for Q3 and 9M 2008 Revenues and net profit in Q and 9M 2008 Highlights 1)In Q revenues increased by 8,7% to U.S.$ 427,254 from U.S.$ 393,072 in Q In 9M 2008 revenues increased by 21,3% to U.S.$ 1,132,058 from U.S.$ 933,128 in 9M )In Q gross profit increased by 15,1% to U.S.$ 21,304 from U.S.$ 18,509 in Q In 9M 2008 gross profit increased by 48,3% to U.S.$ 62,692 from U.S.$ 42,288 in 9M )In Q gross profit margin increased to 5.0% from to 4.7% in Q In 9M 2008 gross profit margin increased to 5,5% from 4,5% in 9M 2007

12 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 11 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Revenue breakdown by regions Rev. breakdown by regions Q3’07 and Q3’08 (US$ thou.) Rev. breakdown by regions Q3’07 and Q3’08 (%) Rev. breakdown by regions 9M’07 and 9M’08 (%)Rev. breakdown by regions 9M’07 and 9M’08 (US$ thou.)

13 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 12 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Revenue breakdown by product categories Rev. breakdown by products Q3’07 and Q3’08 (US$ thou.) Rev. breakdown by products Q3’07 and Q3’08 (%) Rev. breakdown by products 9M’07 and 9M’08 (%)Rev. breakdown by products 9M’07 and 9M’08 (US$ thou.)

14 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 13 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Forthcoming plans Expected further significant growth in the Middle East: -likely establishment of a new subsidiary of ASBIS in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – following Toshiba’s and Dell’s selection of ASBIS as distribution partner in the country. -utilising newly established operations in Turkey and newly-acquired warehouse in UAE in order to build stronger presence in the region Continue to utilize strong software business in Russia – likely signing new software contracts for other countries Acquire positive results from investment in new subsidiaries - Italy, Turkey, Latvia and Bosnia & Hertzegovina Improvement of operational efficiency – Prague will become main European distribution centre and Amsterdam warehouse will be shut down. The Group expects to benefit from this by reducing its cost structure Good perspectives for laptops market expected to have a positive impact on ASBIS operations, thanks to contracts signed with Toshiba and Dell and Lenovo in 2007, Continuing the strategy to have one strongest Japanese, Chinese and US vendor in product portfolio. The results might be affected by the world’s financial crisis, which means independent analysts expectations on the net profit in 2008 might not be fulfilled.

15 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 14 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Constantinos Tziamalis tel: fax: mail: Daniel Kordel tel: mob: mob (PL): mail: Investor Relations ASBIS Group Further Information

16 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 15 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Appendices

17 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 16 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Key historical data Margins (%)Key historical data (US$m) ,000 1,200 1,400

18 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 17 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Historical Profit & Loss statement Note: Data have been subject to rounding adjustments, therefore the sum of the numbers in a column may not conform exactly to the total figure given for that column

19 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 18 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Historical Balance Sheet statement Note: Data have been subject to rounding adjustments, therefore the sum of the numbers in a column may not conform exactly to the total figure given for that column

20 Main colour palette Secondary colour palette Map colours FillLine Page 19 4/14/2015 2:47 AM IBD\ING\War O\P\X Shareholder Structure NameNumber of shares% of share capitalNumber of Votes% of votes KS Holdings Ltd25,676, %25,676, % Maizuri Enterprises Ltd4,800, %4,800, % Alpha Ventures S.A.3,200, %3,200, % Sangita Enterprises Ltd 2,800, %2,800, % Free float*19,023, %19,023, % Total55,500, %55,500, % * Shareholders with more than 1% stake who were under a lock-up agreement until 30 October 2008 are included in the free float, as well as for all the shares stated above, approximately 15% of the free float was under the lock up agreement. Total free float as at 31 December 2007 was about 20%.


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