6. Integrity in Reporting and Inside Trading

Keep it to
yourself.

Generosity is almost always great. But when it comes to company information, be anything but generous. Be the opposite.

 

HOW TO ACT

Since we are a publicly listed company, it is especially important for us that we secure the trust of shareholders and investors. Ensure correct financial reporting and treat all investors equally.

Don’t use or share insider information.

All relevant circumstances must be documented in full according to external regulations and internal rules specified by Embracer.

In general, we strive to be open, transparent and accessible.

DEFINITION

Insider information is concrete information about any circumstance that is not publicly available and that, if made public could significantly influence the share price and the price of securities or similar financial instruments. For example: profit increases or drops, major contracts, plans to acquire or merge with another company, significant new products or significant employee changes in company leadership.