The persons discharging managerial responsibilities in Outokumpu, in the meaning of the Market Abuse Regulation, include members of the company’s Board of Directors, the CEO and other members of the Outokumpu Leadership Team (“the Management”). The Management together with the persons or companies closely associated with a member of the Management constitutes the so-called “Notifying Persons”. Outokumpu maintains a non-public list of the Notifying Persons.
Outokumpu applies a restricted period of thirty (30) calendar days before the announcement, as well the day of the announcement, of an interim financial report, interim financial statement and a year-end report (the “Closed Window”). During this period, the Management, the persons subject to trading restrictions and any legally incompetent persons under their custody shall not conduct any transactions, on its own account or for the account of a third party, directly or indirectly, relating to the company’s shares or debt instruments, or derivatives or other financial instruments linked thereto. Separate, non-public, project-specific insider registers are maintained for insider projects. Persons defined as project-specific insiders are those who, in the course of their duties in connection with a project, receive inside information concerning the Group which, if or when realized, is likely to have a significant effect on the value of the company’s publicly traded securities.
The company has the obligation to inform the public as soon as possible of inside information that directly concerns the company, unless the company has decided that the publication of the inside information shall be delayed, in accordance with the applicable insider regulations. The publication of inside information shall be made in accordance with the company’s Disclosure Policy.
Outokumpu’s Head of Legal, Corporate Affairs and Compliance is responsible for the coordination and supervision of insider topics.
Read more in our Insider Rules and Related Transactions Policy.