Disclosure notices are published on the "Significant shareholders" page and are available to the public.
Disclosure of shareholdings
If a person or group subject to the disclosure obligation attains, falls below or exceeds the threshold for voting rights set out in Art. 120 FMIA, the person or group is obliged to notify the company and the Disclosure Office within four trading days.
The condition for being subject to the disclosure obligation under Art. 120 f. FMIA is the listing of at least one equity security of an issuer on SIX Swiss Exchange. Listing means admission to trading on any exchange (Art. 2 (f) FMIA). Unlisted equity securities and financial instruments are also taken into account when calculating voting-right proportions.
The Disclosure Office has pre-prepared forms for disclosure notices, use of which is optional. The trading calendar of SIX Swiss Exchange is used when calculating the deadline.
Disclosure Office Notice I/18
Notification Duty of Person with Discretionary Power to Exercise Voting Rights Pursuant to Art. 120, para. 3 FMIA
Disclosure Office Notice III/13
Fulfilling Disclosure Obligations when forming Groups, in Case of Changes in the Composition of the Group, and upon the Dissolution of Groups
Disclosure Office Notice II/13
Disclosure of Equity Derivatives
Disclosure Office Notice I/13
Companies having their registered office abroad whose equity securities are mainly listed on SIX Swiss Exchange: Publication of current total number of equity securities issued and the associated voting rights pursuant to Art. 115 FMIO1
Disclosure Office Notice I/09
Fulfilment of the Notification Obligation within the Prospectus and Simplified Disclosure of Lock-Up Groups
Publication Duties of Issuers, in particular the Electronic Publication Platform
Disclosure Office Notice I/08
Exemptions for Banks and Securities Dealers
Disclosure Office Notice III/00
Indirect Acquisition and Indirect Sale – Control over Legal Entities
Disclosure Office Notice III/99
Calculation of Positions requiring Notification