Cargotec is committed to communicating actively and openly with all stakeholders irrespective of whether the information is positive or negative for the company. All communications are performed in a transparent, credible, proactive and consistent manner. The aim is to provide reliable and timely information in support of a fair valuation of the company's shares.
Cargotec does not conduct any meetings with capital market representatives during a three-week period prior to the publishing of financial statements or interim reports.
Cargotec is committed to communicating actively and openly with all stakeholders irrespective of whether the information is positive or negative for the company. All communications are performed in a transparent, credible, proactive and consistent manner. The aim is to provide reliable and timely information in support of a fair valuation of the company’s shares.
Cargotec class B shares are listed in Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. Cargotec’s information disclosure as a Finnish listed company is regulated by the Finnish and EU legislation as well as rules, standards and recommendations of Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd, the Finnish Financial Supervision Authority and company’s corporate governance principles. Cargotec will adhere to all this regulation in its communications.
This policy is approved by the Board of Directors and it describes Cargotec’s main principles for disclosing price sensitive information to the company’s stakeholders and communicating with the capital markets.
The securities market in Finland is supervised by the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority. The principal statute governing the securities market is the Securities Markets Act. The Securities Markets Act contains regulations, inter alia, with respect to company and shareholder disclosure obligations, listing of securities, trade in listed securities, public take-overs, redemption obligations and insider obligations. The role of the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority is to monitor compliance with these regulations.
The Securities Markets Act specifies minimum disclosure requirements for Finnish companies listed on the Helsinki Stock Exchange or offering securities to the public in Finland. The information provided must be sufficient to enable investors to make a sound evaluation of the security being offered and the issuing company. Finnish listed companies have an obligation to publish regularly information inter alia with respect to their results and financial standings as well as a continuing obligation to publish any such matters likely to have a material impact on the value of their securities.
Executive Assistant to the CFO and Investor Relations
Tel. +358 20 777 4105
Tel. +358 20 777 4084