Pursuant to the Market Abuse Regulation ((EU) No 596/2014), persons discharging managerial responsibilities at Huhtamäki Oyj (Huhtamaki) as well as their closely associated persons have a personal obligation to notify both Huhtamaki and the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority of transactions conducted on their own account relating to Huhtamaki’s shares or other financial instruments. The notification obligation applies to any transaction made once a total value of EUR 5,000 has been reached within a calendar year (without netting).
Regulations require notifications to be sent promptly and in no event later than two business days after the date of the transaction. Huhtamaki strongly recommends submitting the notifications immediately following the transaction.
Huhtamaki has an obligation to publish the notifications as a stock exchange release.
The above obligations became effective on July 3, 2016.
How to make a notification?
Transactions will be notified to the Financial Supervisory Authority via electronic services. You can log in to the electronic services at https://asiointi.finanssivalvonta.fi/en/login. General and service-specific instructions for using electronic services can be found here (in Finnish).
The details concerning the issuer and its shares are as follows:
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|ISIN code of Huhtamaki shares||FI0009000459|
2. Save the form filled in the electronic services as a pdf file. Submit the filled-out notification form promptly and in no event later than two business days after the date of the transaction to Huhtamaki at trading(at)huhtamaki.com by using your personal email account.
Huhtamaki publishes the notification as a stock exchange release (category: Managers' transactions).
For any queries relating to Huhtamaki, please contact trading(at)huhtamaki.com
Further information on the regulation is available at:
- the Market Abuse Regulation ((EU) No 596/2014) (different language versions: EUR-Lex)
- the website of the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority