|Date of transaction||Shareholder||Holdings in the previous flagging notification||Holdings after the flagging notification||Basis for the flagging notification|
|24 April 2019||Service Union United PAM||–|| 11,920,660 |
| Fell below the 5% threshold. |
Stock exchange release 25 April 2019
|15 June 2018||Stichting PGGM Depositary||–|| 15,000,000 |
| Exceeded the 5% threshold. |
Stock exchange release 21 June 2018
Shareholders exceeding flagging thresholds
Shareholders with over 10% holding
- Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Company
- Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company
- The Finnish Industrial Union
Shareholders with over 5% holding
- Stichting PGGM Depositary
- Trade Union for the Public and Welfare Sectors
- Trade Union of Education in Finland
- Finnish Construction Trade Union
- Trade Union PRO
Flagging notification as defined in the Securities Markets Act
The obligation to notify major shareholdings and proportions of voting rights applies to listed companies’ shareholders, persons comparable to a shareholder and the listed company itself.
Under the provisions of the Securities Markets Act, changes in holdings must be disclosed when the holding reaches, exceeds or falls below 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 2/3 or 90 per cent of the voting rights or the number of shares of the company.
A flagging notification must be submitted without undue delay, but no later than on the trading day following a breach of the notification threshold.
Flagging notifications must be sent to Kojamo using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Flagging notifications must be sent to the Financial Supervisory Authority according to its guidelines. Additional information can be found on the website of the Financial Supervisory Authority
Page updated 19 June 2019