New rules valid from July 3, 2016
On July 3, 2016, the European Parliament Regulation (596/2014 / EU) on market abuse came into force and became directly applicable to Swedish law. Regulation includes, among other things, new rules for insiders (hereinafter "people in positions").
People in leadership positions in companies listed on AktieTorget are, from 3 July 2016, to report their transactions in the listed company to the Financial Regulatory Board (FI) (www.fi.se) and to the company. AktieTorget's insider list and notification requirement has because of this ceased to be in force after market close on Friday, July 1, 2016. Previously reported transactions will appear on AktieTorget's website during a transitional period.
More information about the new rules can be found on FI's website: www.fi.se/Tillsyn/Skrivelser/Listan/Nya-regler-for-rapportering-av-insynshandel-och-loggbok
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|Date||Ticker||Name|| ||Change reason||Change||Result||Totalt
|6/21/2016||DIGS||Associate: Anders Eriksson|| || ||Started possession||4,500|| 4,500
|6/21/2016||DIGS||Associate: Ulf Gejhammar, Anders Eriksson, Kenneth Eriksson, Pontus Gustafsson, Stellan Orre|| || ||Started possession||2,500,000|| 2,500,000
Items marked in italic are transactions done by persons closely associeated with the named insiders, or legal entities associated with the named insider
Items marked in red are either transactions that have been reported late or corrections for wrongly reported transactions to AktieTorget.
Items marked in gray are person who no longer are registered as insiders on the company.