Stock market communication

Digia’s information policy describes the key operating principles and practices concerning communication and investor relations that are applied when communicating with various capital market actors and the media.

Digia’s Managing Director and Board are jointly responsible for ensuring that Digia’s communication fulfils any requirements stipulated by EU or Finnish legislation, the Rules of the Helsinki Exchange, or Finland’s Financial Supervisory Authority. Digia also follows the communications recommendations of other listed companies with regard to, for example, their corporate governance codes.

The information policy is reviewed at regular intervals and changed if necessary. The person in charge of the information policy is the Managing Director. The information policy is approved by the Digia Board.

The principles and aims for Digia’s communication

The aim of Digia’s communication is to ensure that all market parties have equal, unhindered, and timely access to any significant and sufficient information needed to determine the prices of the company’s financial instruments. Information that is likely to have a significant effect on the prices of the company’s financial instruments are published to the capital markets and other key stakeholders at the same time and as early as possible.

The company’s aim is to create a continuous flow of information that is consistent, reliable, sufficient, and up-to-date for the market; in order to ensure that capital market actors have as transparent and clear a view as possible when assessing the company’s financial situation and the value of its financial instruments.