Taaleri’s aim is to ensure that all parties operating on the market have access, simultaneously and without delay, to consistent, relevant and sufficient information on factors that affect the value of Taaleri’s share.
The principles of Taaleri’s investor communication are reliability, accuracy, timeliness, consistency, impartiality and transparency.
Taaleri's Disclosure Policy describes the key principles and practices according to which Taaleri operates in investor communication and financial reporting. In its communications, Taaleri complies with EU and Finnish legislation, Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd’s rules, the guidelines and regulations of the Financial Supervisory Authority and other authorities, the Finnish Corporate Governance Code of listed companies, as well as Taaleri’s Corporate Governance Principles, Insider Guidelines and other guidelines.
Link to Disclosure Policy document (PDF)
Information about Taaleri’s outlook and long-term targets are published in Taaleri's financial reports.
Taaleri will review, upon request by an analyst, his or her earnings model or report only for factual accuracy or information that is in the public domain. Taaleri does not comment or take any responsibility for estimates or forecasts published by capital market representatives.
Taaleri observes a 30-day silent period preceding the publication of its financial results. During this period the company’s representatives do not meet with investors or analysts, nor do they comment on the company’s financial position.