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Insider guidelines govern the handling of insider issues
We maintain a public insider register in accordance with the Act on Employment Pension Insurance Companies. The public insider register contains information on the persons who can influence pension asset investment decisions or who otherwise have regular access to insider information related to them.
In the insider register we provide, as required by the Act, information on holdings in shares traded on regulated markets or multilateral trading facilities in Finland and financial instruments whose value is determined on the basis of such shares.
According to law, our insiders are
- the members and deputy members of the Board of Directors, the President and CEO and Deputy CEO, auditor, deputy auditor and the accounting firm employee with the main responsibility for the audit;
- other persons employed by us who have the opportunity to influence decision-making involving the investment of the company’s assets or who otherwise regularly
We have also drawn up our own insider guidelines, which have been approved by Ilmarinen’s Board of Directors. In accordance with our insider guidelines, we also maintain a project-specific insider register.
The purpose of the guidelines is to ensure that we comply with legislation governing insider issues in our operations.