Issuance of 2,999,000 Callable Share Subscription and/or Acquisition Warrants by Capgemini to Group managers in connection with the offering launched on May 14

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Paris, July 23, 2009 – Capgemini today issued all of the 2,999,000 Bons de Souscription et/ou d’Acquisition d’Actions Remboursables (or Callable Share Subscription and/or Acquisition Warrants, hereinafter referred to as the “Warrant(s)”) which were offered for subscription to the Group’s managers.
Reminder of the main characteristics of the Warrants:

A Warrant grants the right to subscribe one Cap Gemini share from July 23, 2013 to July 23, 2016 at a price of €34 per share, representing a premium of 27% over the closing price of the Cap Gemini share on May 12, 2009, and a premium of 29% over the average share price over the last 20 trading days until May 12, 2009. The price of the Warrant has been set at €3.22 on the basis of an independent expert opinion described in a prospectus which was granted by the AMF the visa number 09-140 on May 14, 2009. The Warrants can neither be sold nor traded during the first four years, and will be listed during the following three years. Pursuant to the authorization granted to it by the shareholders at the ordinary and extraordinary Shareholders' Meeting dated April 17, 2008, the Board of Directors set the list of the eligible managers belonging to 4 categories, each of which meeting specific criteria.

N.B.: Due to the fact that settlement and delivery of the BSAAR, originally planned for July 20, 2009, has taken place on July 23, 2009, the date of admission of the BSAAR to trading on the stock market of Euronext Paris, originally planned for July 22, 2013, is moved to July 23, 2013 and the end of the BSAAR exercise period, originally scheduled for July 20, 2016, is moved to July 23, 2016.