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Digia’s investor relations aims to ensure that all market participants have without delay simultaneous access to relevant and sufficient information needed for determining the prices of the company’s financial instruments. The company’s objective is to continuously provide the markets with information that is consistent, reliable, sufficient and up to date.
The CFO is responsible for preparing the information to be disclosed under the regular disclosure obligation. At Digia, investor relations and compliance with disclosure regulations are primarily the responsibility of the company’s CEO and Board of Directors.
President and CEO
+ 358 (0)40 500 2050
+358 (0) 40 756 3132
Teresa Laaksola, Executive Assistant
+358 50 408 0606
Updating Shareholder Information
We kindly ask the shareholders to notify the bank, the brokerage firm or other book-entry register in which they have a book-entry securities account of any change of address. This information cannot be updated through Digia.
A change made in the address information of a bank account is not always automatically transferred to the book-entry securities account, so this should be specified in the request.
By keeping your address information in the book-entry securities account updated, you will receive all shareholder information without delay.
Digia always observes a so-called silent period before the publishing of financial results, during which period Digia’s representatives do not meet with capital market actors or comment on the company’s financial situation or the outlook for the company or market.
The silent period starts 30 days prior to the publication of financial results and lasts until their publication.
The dates for financial publications and silent periods are available at IR calendar >>