Taaleri Plc’s managers and their closely associated persons shall notify Taaleri Plc and the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA) of all their transactions immediately and no later than three (3) business days after the date of the transaction, effective 3 July 2016 and in accordance with the Market Abuse Regulation ((EU) No 596/2014, “MAR”).
The notification must be made in writing and the person in the management position must retain a copy of the notification.
Instructions on notifying of transactions
1. Inform immediately Taaleri
Immediately after making the transaction, send notification of the transaction to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Fill in the form regarding the transactions
Information needed for the form:
|Taaleri Plc’s LEI code
|Taaleri Plc’s trading code
|ISIN code of Taaleri Plc’s share
|ISIN code of Taaleri Plc’s (former Taaleritehdas’s) first bond
|ISIN code of Taaleri Plc’s (former Taaleritehdas’s) second bond
|Notification reference number
Generated automatically on the form
Link to the form on FSA web page
3. Deliver the notification
Send the completed form as an email attachment to Taaleri Plc and to the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority immediately and no later than three (3) business days after the date of the transaction. The form cannot be sent by regular mail, due to the short time period.
Email to Taaleri
email@example.com. In the email include the phone number you can be reached at should Taaleri have any questions related to the notification.
In problem situations you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We try to respond to emails as soon as possible.
Email to the Financial Supervisory Authority
Go to https://securemail.bof.fi and send the completed form as secured email to email@example.com.
Taaleri Plc will publish the received notification as a stock exchange release without delay upon receiving the notification. Additional information about the regulation related to transaction notifications by the managers and their closely associated persons is available in the company’s insider guidelines and, e.g., from the Financial Supervisory Authority website