What we need to know

  • Inside information is any non-public information that would impact the stock price of a company if it was known to the public, such as financial results not yet disclosed publicly, potential mergers and acquisitions, senior management changes and significant legal matter
  • Trading on inside information violates our ethical standards and is a personal criminal violation under any jurisdiction’s laws, and may lead to severe consequences for you personally and for Telenor as a company
  • Sharing inside information with others who then trade on that information is considered tipping and is a violation of both our governing documents and the law

What is expected of all of us

  • When in possession of inside information about Telenor or any other company, we do not trade, engage in tipping or suggest that others should trade in any securities
  • We treat all inside information that is not generally available to the investing public as proprietary and confidential

What to look out for

  • If we become aware of a business or legal issue that may have positive or negative consequences for the price of Telenor’s stock or that of a customer or business partner
  • If someone suggests that we buy or sell a security based on material non-public information
  • If we are notified that we are on an insider list
  • If we are part of a merger acquisition or key strategic project
  • If your business unit is publicly listed (stock exchange)

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