Pöyry PLC has been listed on the Helsinki stock exchange since 2 December 1997. Ever since the listing, maintaining regular contact with investors has been a major priority.
Pöyry's main communication channels in investor relations are the annual report and interim reports, stock exchange notices and press releases, this website, regular investor meetings, tailor-made roadshows and articles in trade magazines.
The primary objective of investor relations is to make Pöyry PLC's share an attractive investment. Pöyry aims to keep the investment community well informed about events that affect the Group's future operations, including management action and strategic decisions. This is achieved by keeping regular contact with analysts, investors, current and future shareholders, and the media.
Pöyry's leading principles in handling investor relations are:
- consistent and adequate information at all times
- identical and simultaneous information for all investors
- the commitment and availability of top management
- honesty, openness and service-mindedness
Pöyry's Disclosure Policy describes the main policy and principles that Pöyry follows in its communication with the capital market and other stakeholders.
Pursuant to Pöyry’s Disclosure Policy Pöyry observes silent periods during which Pöyry does not communicate with the investor community. The silent period begins 21 days prior to the publication of annual or interim financial results and lasts until the respective announcement of financial results. Information on the silent periods is available in Pöyry’s investor calendar.