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Flagging notifications

A shareholder of a listed company has an obligation to inform the Financial Supervisory Authority and the listed company in question of the changes in its holding in the listed company’s shares.

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, 90 or 66.7 per cent (2/3) of the voting rights or the numbers 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. A listed company is obliged to publish the flagging notification received from a shareholder as a stock exchange release. Flagging notifications to the Financial Supervisory Authority shall be made according to its guidelines.

Raisio has not received any flagging notifications under the Section 9 clause 5 of the Securities Markets Act.

Flagging notifications must be sent to Raisio to e-mail address