Investor Relations

Silent Period

The Silent Period begins 30 calendar days before the publishing of the Interim Reports, Half Year Financial Report and Financial Statement Release, and lasts until the publishing of the Interim Reports, Half Year Financial Report and Financial Statement Release.? Exceptions to this rule are the Annual General Meeting (if held during the silent period) and the publishing of a stock exchange release regarding a significant business event and the related communication. During the silent period, Vaisala’s spokespersons refrain from discussing and commenting on issues related to the Company’s financial performance or meeting with capital market representatives.

Share Register and Changes of Address

Vaisala’s shares are registered in the Finnish Book-Entry Register maintained by the Euroclear Finland Ltd.

Shareholders must notify changes of address to their book-entry securities account operator. Vaisala does not keep a record of the addresses of its shareholders.

If the account is maintained at the Euroclear Finland Ltd’s (earlier Finnish Central Securities Depository) account operator, please send the notification to:

Euroclear Finland Ltd.
P.O. Box 1110, FI-00101 Helsinki

Customer Account Services, open Monday to Friday 9 a.m.–4 p.m. EET

Urho Kekkosen katu 5C, 8th floor
Phone: +358 800 180 500
Fax: +358 20 770 6656
Email: [email protected]?

Rules and Regulations

Rules and regulations serve an important purpose to sustain confidence in the financial market, to enable a common framework for listed companies and to protect minority stakeholders such as retail investors. NASDAQ OMX Nordic consists of four local stock exchanges in Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Iceland, i.e. NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen, NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, NASDAQ OMX Helsinki and NASDAQ OMX Iceland, each individually supervised by local Financial Supervisory Authorities.

NASDAQ OMX Helsinki ?

Financial Supervisory Authority ?

Finnish Foundation for Share Promotion ?

Securities Market Association ?

Euroclear Finland ?

Finance Finland (FFI) ?

Ministry of Finance ?

Finlex (database of translations of Finnish acts and decrees) ?