Stockholders Approve Charter Amendments at Annual Meeting Expected Listing on NYSE June 20, 2013 PHOENIX–( BUSINESS WIRE )– Cole Real Estate Investments, Inc. (“Cole,” “Cole Real Estate Investments” or the “Company”), a market-leading net lease REIT, announced that, at the annual stockholders’ meeting held today, stockholders voted to amend and restate the Company’s charter to more closely reflect publicly listed company standards. The Company is expected to list its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on June 20, 2013, under the ticker symbol “COLE.” Upon listing, Cole will be the one of the largest publicly-traded REITs in the net-lease sector, with $7.7 billion in gross assets, and stockholders will have access to liquidity with the flexibility to sell or retain shares based on public market value. Chris Cole, founder and executive chairman of Cole Real Estate Investments, stated, “We are pleased with the outcome of today’s vote and believe that a listing on the New York Stock Exchange is the best outcome for our stockholders, our employees and the future of Cole Real Estate Investments. We look forward to building on our already strong portfolio and providing continued opportunity for our stockholders.” “Cole is a market leading net lease REIT with high-quality assets and a fully integrated real estate platform,” added Marc Nemer, president and chief executive officer of the Company. “This is a major milestone in the history of the Company and a strong step toward delivering value for our stockholders.
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