In its insider administration, Ahlstrom follows the Guidelines for Insiders issued by Helsinki exchange complemented by the Company’s own Insider Rules approved by the Board.
The Market Abuse Regulation (”MAR”) became effective on July 3, 2016. As a result of the MAR regulation, Ahlstrom no longer has public insiders. Following the MAR regulations, the insider register below has not been updated since July 2, 2016.
As the MAR regulation became effective, the closed period of 30 calendar days before the publication of interim reports and the financial statements, provided by the MAR regulation, will be applied to managers defined by Ahlstrom. During the closed period, the managers are prohibited from dealing in Ahlstrom’s financial instruments. The company has imposed a 30-day closed period preceding the quarterly financial performance disclosures also on persons involved in the preparation of Ahlstrom’s interim reports and financial statements.
Closed periods in 2017:
- March 26 - April 25
As the public insider register was discontinued, Ahlstrom has an obligation to disclose the transactions of the company’s managers and persons closely associated with them as of July 3, 2016.
At Ahlstrom, the Board of Directors as well as all the members of the Executive Management Team have been defined to be subject to the requirement to notify their transactions.
Ahlstrom's legal function maintains a project-specific insider register when required by law or regulations. Project specific insiders are prohibited from trading in the company’s securities until the termination of the project.
Updated: February 2017