Insider management

Relais Group Plc complies with the rules and guidelines issued by Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd, including its Guidelines for Insiders; the Market Abuse Regulation ((EU) No. 596/2014, MAR); the provisions of the Securities Market Act and the Criminal Code; as well as the rules and guidelines of the Financial Supervisory Authority and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). These are supplemented by the Company’s own Guidelines for Insiders, which are designed to provide clear instructions and rules for the management of insider issues, the disclosure of insider information, the maintenance of insider lists, and the transactions of management and their closely related parties.

Relais is to disclose any insider information that directly concerns the Company as soon as possible. The Company may delay the disclosure of insider information if all of the conditions stipulated by the applicable regulations for the delay of the disclosure of insider information are met. The Company is to publish and store all insider information that it has disclosed on its website for at least five years.

Relais maintains a list of employees and service providers who have access to insider information. The company’s insider list comprises one or more project-based insider lists. The insider registries are not public, but the information in them is provided to the Financial Supervisory Authority.

The company has appointed a person in charge of insider issues, who is responsible for maintaining insider lists, handling trading restrictions and the management of the obligation to notify and disclose transactions, internal communications related to insider issues, training on insider issues and the supervision of insider issues.

Management transactions

Relais has determined that managers, whose transactions shall be notified, includes members of the Board of Directors, the CEO, the CFO and other members of the Management Team. These persons and their closely associated persons are required to notify the company and the Financial Supervisory Authority of every transaction conducted on their own account relating to the shares, debt instruments, derivatives or other financial Instruments of Relais. Relais discloses the information via a stock exchange release without delay, at the latest within three business days following the execution of the transaction. 

Trading restrictions

Relais observes the trading ban on managers specified in MAR article 19(11). In addition, the company has separately defined specific individuals who participate in preparing financial reports, or who have access to information related to such reports, as being restricted by a trading ban of similar length and content (closed window).

Members of management with an obligation to notify and other persons specifically defined by management cannot acquire or dispose of securities issued by the Company, or any securities or derivatives entitling to said securities, during the 30 days prior to the publication of an interim report and financial statements.