In its disclosure, Relais Group Plc complies with EU regulations, laws and regulations valid in Finland, Nasdaq Helsinki Rules of Exchange and Guidelines for Insiders and instructions issued by the authorities as well as the Finnish Corporate Governance Code. The Board of Directors has approved Disclosure Policy on November 15, 2022. The Policy will be updated as needed.
Objectives and key disclosure principles
The objective of the Company’s communications is to provide reliable and timely information on the Company’s operations to support the correct valuation of the Company’s share.
Relais communicates actively and openly with all its interest groups, regardless of whether the information is positive or negative with regard to the Company. The Company’s goal is to operate in all communication situations in an honest, transparent, credible, anticipatory and consistent manner. Relais follows the principles of high ethics.
Areas of responsibility in communications and IR
The CEO is responsible for Relais’ investor communications.
The primary channel of Relais for up-to-date information is the Company’s public website (www.relais.fi). All material information regarding the Company is simultaneously published in Finnish and English via Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. for the major media channels and on the company website www.relais.fi.
Reporting and publication languages
The Company’s official reporting language is Finnish. All official material related to the disclosure obligation of listed companies is also published in English.
The Company issues a stock exchange release to disclose inside information and matters covered by the periodic disclosure obligation (financial reports) as well as all other such decisions, matters related to the Company’s operations and other information that the Company is obliged to disclose by way of stock exchange releases based on regulations.
Relais discloses as soon as possible in a stock exchange release all such information related to the Company or its stock that is sufficiently precise and confidential and which, if it were made public, would be likely to have a significant effect on the price of the Company’s share.
Accordingly, a press release is issued to disclose information on matters and events, which are assessed to be of general interest for investors, customers, or other interest groups.
Silent period and closed period
The Company observes a 30-day silent period preceding the publication of the financial results. During such period, the Company’s representatives refrain from meeting or being in contact with capital market representatives and the financial media. The schedule for results announcements have been provided on the Company’s website.
In accordance with The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), Relais observes a closed period of 30 days, during which persons discharging managerial responsibilities at Relais are prohibited from trading the Company’s shares, debt instruments, derivatives related to them or other financial instruments on their own account or for the account of a third party.