A law suit and a request for an interim injunction was filed by shareholders against SHL Telemedicine Ltd. regarding the appointment of an external director

Tel Aviv / Zurich, 13 January 2017 – SHL Telemedicine Ltd. (SIX Swiss Exchange: SHLTN, OTCPK:
SMDCY) (“SHL”), a leading provider and developer of advanced personal telemedicine solutions, today
announced that on 12 January 2017 a group of shareholders of the Company, represented by Yariv
Alroy, has filed a law suit against SHL, Ronen Harel (its external director), Cai Mengke, and Himalaya Asset Management Limited (Himalaya) asking the Tel Aviv district court to declare that Cai Mengke and Himalaya are controlling shareholders of SHL acting in concert, that the decision to appoint Ronen Harel as an external director at the Special General Meeting of January 5, 2017 was against the governing laws of Israel and thus void, to instruct SHL to reconvene a Special General Meeting and instruct SHL to count Cai Menkge and Himalaya’s vote as controlling shareholders under the laws of Israel.

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