Pöyry complies in insider matters with the Market Abuse Regulation (“MAR”) and the Guidelines for Insiders of the Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. Pöyry's Board of Directors has issued company specific Insider Guidelines, which have been published and distributed throughout the Pöyry Group and are available on the Pöyry Group's intranet.
Information about Manager's and closely associated persons' transactions is available at Managers’ transactions page.
After MAR becomes effective on 3 July 2016, Pöyry will no longer maintain the public insider register. The public insider register information on 2 July 2016 is however available for public display in the NetSire register until 3 July 2017. The public insider register information will not be updated after 2 July 2016. After MAR becomes effective Pöyry will no longer have company specific insider register.
Pöyry observes a closed period of 30 days in accordance to MAR. Members of the Board of Directors and Group Executive Committee of Pöyry PLC are not allowed to conduct any transactions in Pöyry's shares or other financial instruments during a closed period of 30 calendar days before the publication of each interim or annual financial report. In addition, Pöyry has instructed that the persons participating in drafting of the interim or annual financial reports or receiving information of their content prior to publication are under a 30 day trading restriction.
The Company's Insider Guidelines recommend that managers' investments in the Company's share should be made on a long term basis. Trading is recommended at a moment in time when the information concerning factors affecting the Company's share is as complete as possible, for example following the publication of interim reports and annual accounts.
The Company maintains an insider list which contains a deal-specific or event-based inside list section for each insider project, i.e. significant project which, when published, is likely to have a significant effect on the price of Pöyry’s or other issuers’ shares or other financial instruments. Insiders are given a written notification of their position as insiders as well as instructions on the obligations that apply to insiders.