Changes in shareholdings

Changes in shareholdings shall be reported to Finansinspektionen. According to the regulations in Sweden the shareholders shall notify the market about major changes in ownership.

These regulations are based on the EU's Transparency Directive. Shareholders, in conjunction with a triggering transaction, shall notify both the issuing company and Finansinspektionen. Thereafter Finansinspektionen will publish the information.

The notification obligation applies when shareholders acquire or dispose of shares in a listed company and thereby reach, exceed or fall below the 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 66 2/3 and 90 per cent thresholds for voting rights or number of shares in the company.

Report via FI's website

Notifications can be reported on this website using a Swedish e-identification. E-identification requires a Swedish civic registration number and is available via your bank's website.

Report via FI:s webbsite

Report by e-mail to FI

If you do not have a Swedish e-identification, you can fill in the form "Changes in shareholdings notification" below and send it by e-mail or fax to Finansinspektionen.

Forms:

Notification of Changes in Major Shareholdings

Step-by-step guide to filling in the form 'Notification of Changes in Major Shareholdings'

Last reviewed: 2017-01-24
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