We ask the Employment Fund’s managers and their related parties according to the Market Abuse Regulation to comply with the instructions on this page when declaring business transactions.
Declarations must be made to the Employment Fund and the Financial Supervisory Authority within three days of a transaction.
In light of the Employment Fund’s obligation to publish the business transactions of managers, we recommend declaring transactions to the Employment Fund in a free-form manner on the day when they take place. The full declaration is made to the Employment Fund within two days of the transaction.
1. Fill in the transaction declaration form
The form and instructions are on the Financial Supervisory Authority’s website under “Declaring transactions to the Financial Supervisory Authority”.
The following information is required on the declaration:
|The Employment Fund’s LEI||7437002N0BQXM1JQUP81|
|The ISIN codes of the Employment Fund’s bonds||FI4000157193 (maturity date 23 September 2019)|
|Declaration number||Generated on the form automatically (there is no need to fill in this section)|
2.Send the completed form as an email attachment to the Employment Fund and the Financial Supervisory Authority immediately after the transaction is completed.
Do not send the form by post due to the short deadline (three working days).
Sending the form to the Employment Fund:
Send the form by encrypted email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your email, give a phone number where you can be reached if we have any questions related to the declaration.
In the event of any problems, contact email@example.com.
The Employment Fund will publish declarations as stock exchange releases as soon as it receives them.
The transaction declarations made by managers and their related parties since 3 July 2016 are available for viewing in our archive of stock exchange releases.
For more information about the regulations concerning transaction declarations by managers and their related parties, see the website of the Financial Supervisory Authority.