Shareholders of listed companies have an obligation to notify both the Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) and the listed company of changes in their holdings. Listed companies have an obligation to publicly disclose the shareholder's notification.
Under the provisions of the Securities Markets Act, changes in holdings must be disclosed when the holding reaches, exceeds or falls below 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50 or 66.7 (2/3) per cent of the voting rights or the numbers of shares of the company.
Notifications of changes in holdings must be made without undue delay. Please find more information on the Financial Supervisory Authority's web page.
The flagging notifications to Fortum can be sent by email to investors(at)fortum.com.
Please also notify Fortum's Investor Relations simultaneously, contact details can be found here.
25 March, 2015
Fortum Corporation has on 25 March 2015 received an announcement according to which Capital Group Companies Inc's holding in Fortum has decreased from 45,041,768 to 44,341,443 shares, corresponding to 4.99 per cent of Fortum's shares and voting rights.
7 April, 2014
14 June 2002
Capital Group Companies, Inc. notified that its holdings of Fortum Corporation was above 5 percent of the shares.
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Fortum Corporation has received the following announcement from the Ministry of Trade and Industry
As a result of the signing of the Global Institutional Purchase Agreement and the institutional offering of 74,884,467 shares in Fortum Corporation by the Republic of Finland (the "Finnish State") acting through the Ministry of Trade and Industry to institutional investors within and outside the Republic of Finland, the Finnish State’s holding in Fortum Corporation has decreased from 70.7 % to 61.9 % thus falling below the threshold of two-thirds (2/3) of the voting rights and share capital of Fortum Corporation. After the completion of the offering of further 2,115,533 shares in Fortum Corporation to retail investors in Finland, the Finnish State’s holding in Fortum Corporation will further decrease to 61.6 %. If the over-allotment option pursuant to the Global Institutional Purchase Agreement is exercised in full, the Finnish State’s holding may further decrease to 60.8 %.