Board of Executive Directors and supervisory boards of the Oesterreichischen Kontrollbank AG must report when they or persons closely related to them acquire financial instruments issued by OeKB.
The following transactions by executive board members or supervisory board members with financial instruments issued by OeKB are currently present:
|Board of Executive Management||no current transactions given|
|Persons close to the executive board||no current transactions given|
|Supervisory Board||no current transactions given|
|Persons close to the supervisory board||no current transactions given|
Background and reporting process
The European Union Market Abuse Regulation (No 596/2014) was passed in 2014 and has been in force since 3 July 2016. Since its enforcement, insider rights, ad-hoc publicity, ban on market manipulation and publication of Directors’ Dealings are no longer left to individual states to regulate but rather are uniformly regulated by a European-wide directive: The Market Abuse Regulation.
Directors’ Dealings refers to the situation when managers or persons close to them acquire securities from their own company. These proprietary transactions must be reported and disclosed. The acquisition of financial instruments issued by OeKB falls under this EU directive.
Reporting within two days
Under Article 19 of the Market Abuse Regulation, proprietary transactions must be reported to OeKB and the Financial Market Authority (FMA). Reporting must take
All OeKB related reported transactions are disclosed on the OeKB website and all press information published with APA-OTS.