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Insider Management

SSH Communications Security’s Insider Guidelines

SSH Communications Security complies with Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd’s guidelines for insiders in force at any given time.

Insiders at SSH Communications Security

The Market Abuse Regulation ((EU) N:o 596/2014, ”MAR”) entered into force on 3 July 2016. As a result of the MAR regulation, the Company no longer has public insiders.

Persons who have access to project-specific inside information, will be entered in a project-specific insider register.

Company will be informing the insiders on their insider status and of related duties and restrictions.

Closed Period

As the MAR regulation has entered into force, the closed period of 30 calendar days before the publication of interim reports is applied to managers defined by SSH Communications Security. During the closed period, the managers are prohibited from dealing in SSH Communications Security’s financial instruments. The Company has imposed similar closed periods preceding the financial performance disclosures also on persons involved in the preparation of SSH Communications Security’s interim reports and financial statements.

Managers’ Transactions

Company has the obligation to disclose the transactions of the Company’s managers and persons closely associated with them as of 3 July 2016. SSH Communications Security Corporation’s Board of Directors, CEO as well as the other Executive Management Team members have been defined to be subject to the requirement to notify their transactions.

After the receipt of the notification, SSH will promptly publish a stock exchange release concerning the notification. Notifications can be found from the stock exchange release feed by choosing Managers transactions or Johdon liiketoimet from the drop-down menu.

Further information on the regulation concerning the notifications of managers’ and their closely associated persons’ transactions is available at FIVA webpages.


 

 
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