Within this section, it is possible to read the communication notices pertaining to transactions performed by “Related Parties” and disclosed to the market by Leonardo in compliance with current regulations about Internal Dealing, governing the specific transparency regime – as well as the relevant information flows towards the market – that are required for transactions involving shares issued by Leonardo or other related financial instruments and issued, even through third parties, by the Company’s "Related Parties" and by persons that are “closely related” to them. Only transactions whose overall amount does not reach 5,000 Euro on an annual basis are excluded from the disclosure obligation, in compliance with regulatory provisions.
"Related Parties" include the members of Leonardo’s Board of Directors and Board of Statutory Auditors, as well as persons holding in the Company the office of General Manager and Officer in Charge of Financial Reporting
Specific periods are provided in which Related Parties or persons that are “closely related” to them shall refrain from such transactions (black out periods).
In particular, a differentiated black out period is provided for Executive directors and for the General Manager, effective as of the 14th day prior to the reporting date of each accounting period and up until the day following the issue of the press release which discloses the results for the period; in the case of other Related Parties (Non-executive directors and Auditors), the obligation extends from the reporting date of the accounting period until the day following the issue of the press release which discloses the relevant results
Updated July 2016
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