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NAPA: Napatech A/S Announces Transactions Carried Out Under the Current Share Buyback Program

18:25 / 4 November 2022 Napatech Press release

(Copenhagen, 04 November 2022) - On 3 June 2022, Napatech A/S (the "Company",
OSE: NAPA) launched a share buyback program as described in the company
announcement of 3 June 2022. According to the program, Napatech A/S will, in the
period until 31 December 2022, buy back its own shares for a maximum of 600,000
shares and a maximum value of up to NOK 12,000,000.

The following transactions have been carried out under the program:

Number of Average
shares purchase
bought back price (NOK) Amount (NOK)
last announcement 247,905 13.10 3,248,179

Number of Average
shares purchase
Day no. Trading day bought back price (NOK) Amount (NOK)
101 31 October 2022 2,000 13.57 27,143
102 01 November 2022 2,500 13.22 33,050
103 02 November 2022 5,000 14.40 72,000
104 03 November 2022 2,000 14.50 29,000
105 04 November 2022 2,000 14.49 28,973

Total accumulated
over week 44/2022 13,500 14.09 190,167

Total accumulated
under the share
buy-back program 261,405 13.15 3,438,346

With the transactions stated above, the Company owns a total of 268,672 shares
as treasury shares, corresponding to 0.32% of the share capital. See the
enclosure for information about the individual transactions made under the share
buyback program.

For additional information, please contact:

Heine Thorsgaard, Chief Financial Officer
Phone: +45 4596 1500

The share buyback program is carried out in accordance with the Market Abuse
Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 ("MAR") and Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No
2016/1052 ("Safe Harbour Regulation"). This is information made public by the
Company pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and subject to the disclosure
requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.
Oslo Børs

This information was distributed by Oslo Børs