The disclosure of management transactions promotes the provision of information to investors and contributes
to the prevention and prosecution of market abuse.
The provisions regarding the disclosure of management transactions impose on issuers to report transactions
concluded by members of their board of directors and executive committee in the given company's equity
securities, convertible and purchase rights on the company's shares, and financial instruments whose price
is materially dependent on the company's own equity securities.
Members of the board of directors and executive committee must report to their issuing company all
transactions that fall within the scope of these regulations within two trading days.
The issuer must submit SIX Exchange Regulation within three further trading days a report
that discloses, among other things, the name and function of the individual (i.e. executive member
of the board of directors, member of the executive committee, or non-executive member of the board).
SIX Exchange Regulation will then publish the report on its Website without the individual's name, however
with an indication of the given individual's function.
Art. 56 Listing Rules
Directive on the Disclosure of Management Transactions
Directive on Electronic Reporting and Publication Platforms
Commentary re Art. 56 of the Listing Rules and the Directive on the Disclosure of
Management Transactions (Commentary MT)
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contained in the legal documents and referring to various other legal documents and information,
including those references marked "See also:", do not form part of the respective legal documents.
They are merely references intended to facilitate the application of the legal documents.
These references are not exhaustive.
The German version of the legal documents takes precedence over the French and English versions
in the event of any incongruence between the various versions.
The current version of the legal documents is available on the SIX Exchange Regulation website.
The following form can be used by a person who is subject to the disclosure obligation to report
trades to the issuer. However, its use is not mandatory. The form may not be used by the issuer
to submit reports to SIX Exchange Regulation. The issuer must submit its report to SIX Exchange Regulation
using the Web-based reporting platform only. On the other hand, the Web-based reporting platform
is not available to a person who is subject to the disclosure obligation for the submission of his
own reports to the issuer.