Evli Bank Plc has a guideline on insider rules and regulations that is approved by its Board of Directors and is based on the Market Abuse Regulation, NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd’s Guidelines for Insiders of Listed Companies, as well as other relevant regulations and directives. Evli Group companies that are registered outside of Finland shall comply not only with these guidelines, but also with the national legislation and official regulations of the country where the companies are located. The guideline on insider rules and regulations is distributed to all persons engaged in an employment or service relationship with the Group. The persons defined in the guideline on insider rules and regulations shall comply with the restrictions regarding the use of insider information and trading, for example the closed window period.
Evli Bank maintains a register of permanent insiders, which includes members of the Board of Directors and Executive Group. Evli Bank also maintains registers of project-specific and transaction-specific insiders that are required at any given time. The insider registers are maintained in the Euroclear Finland Ltd’s SIRE system.
Evli Bank has also specified that members of the Board of Directors and Executive Group and their related parties are required to disclose their business transactions with Evli Bank Plc’s shares and other financial instruments based on these. The register of persons subject to the disclosure requirement is maintained in the Euroclear Finland Ltd’s SIRE system.
The public insider register below will not be updated after July 2, 2016. The information is based on the situation on July 2, 2016 and will be available on Evli's website for 12 months. Starting from July 3, 2016, Evli will disclose transactions with the Evli share carried out by its managers and their closely associated persons as stock exchange releases within three working days after the transaction.