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Vantaa, Finland, 08 March 2010 -- Pursuant to Pöyry PLC's stock option program 2004, 46,400 new shares of the company have been subscribed in February 2010 with stock options 2004A and 2004B. The board of directors of Pöyry PLC has approved these subscriptions in its meeting on 11 March 2010. Following these subscriptions, the total number of the company's authorised shares will increase to 59,027,482.

The aim is to have the increase in the number of shares registered in the Trade Register on 19 March 2010. According to the terms and conditions of stock options 2004, the subscribed new shares entitle to dividend and other shareholders' rights as of the date of registration of the shares into the Trade Register. The new shares will be joined to the old shares and are expected to be available for public trading on the main list of NASDAQ OMX Helsinki on 22 March 2010. 

The subscription period for stock options 2004A started on 01 March 2007, and will end on 31 March 2010. A total of 412,608 shares have been subscribed with stock options 2004A by 11 March 2010 and available for subscription are a total of 247,392 shares. 

The subscription period for stock options 2004B started on 01 March 2008, and will end on 31 March 2011. A total of 136,028 shares have been subscribed with stock options 2004B by 11 March 2010 and available for subscription are a total of 523,972 shares. 

The subscription period for stock options 2004C started on 01 March 2009, and will end on 31 March 2012. No shares have been subscribed with stock options 2004C by 11 March 2010 and thus 880,000 shares are available for subscription. 

The terms and conditions of stock options 2004 and further information on the stock option program are available at www.poyry.com.
 



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