Shareholders have a duty to notify both the Financial Supervisory Authority and the company of any changes in their shareholding in that company.
A flagging notification must be made when a shareholder’s holding or voting rights in a listed company reaches, exceeds or falls below a flagging threshold. The flagging thresholds are 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 50%, 2/3 and 90% of the number of voting rights or shares in the company.
This flagging notification must be made without undue delay, but no later than the next trading day after the shareholder became aware of, or ought to have known about, a transaction that passed a flagging threshold.
Flagging notifications should be emailed to both the Financial Supervisory Authority (liputukset(at)finanssivalvonta.fi) and SRV (investor.relations(a)srv.fi).
Information about a shareholder’s flagging obligation can be found on the Financial Supervisory Authority’s website under “Notification of major holdings”.
Flagging notifications published in the last 12 months
Flagging notification 1 July 2022
SRV Group Plc: Flagging notification in accordance with Chapter 9, Section 10 of the Securities Markets Act
SRV Group Plc has received an announcement from OP Osuuskunta on 30 June 2022, in accordance with the Finnish Securities Market Act Chapter 9, Section 5. According to the announcement, OP Osuuskunta’s indirect holding through OP-Henkivakuutus Oy and Pohjola Vakuutus Oy, companies controlled by OP Osuuskunta, in SRV Group Plc has decreased below 10 per cent of the total shares and votes in SRV Group Plc.
Stock exchange release 1 July 2022
Previous flagging notifications
All flagging notifications can be found from our flagging notifications archive.