Act of 29.07.2005. Trading in Financial Instruments introduces the concept of the so-called. closed periods. Pursuant to Art. 159 par. 1 of the Act, privileged persons for information, in accordance with Article. 156 paragraph. 1 point 1 and the Act on trading in financial instruments: they can not, during the closed period, acquire or dispose of, for their own account or a third party, the issuer shares, derivative rights relating to the shares of the issuer and other financial instruments related to them and make, on its own account or persons third, other legal acts causing or likely to result in the disposal of such financial instruments. "
Moreover, a closed period is the period from the entry into possession by a natural person referred to in Article. 156 paragraph. 1 point 1 and the Act of 29 July 2005 ro Trading in Financial Instruments (Dz. U. of 2005. No. 183, item. 1538, as amended. d.) confidential information concerning the issuer or the issuer's shares, derivative rights relating to the shares of the issuer and other financial instruments with them related to meeting the conditions set out in Article. 156 paragraph. 4, to pass this information to the public.
A privileged position for information is "anyone who has inside information in connection with the performance of duties in the bodies of the company, holding the company shares or in connection with access to confidential information of his employment, profession, or a mandate contract or other legal relationship of similar nature, in particular:
|No.||Type of report||Report publication date||Start date of closed period||Number of days||End date of closed period|
|1||Consolidated Anual Report for Y2015||29.03.2016||29.01.2016||60||29.03.2016|
|2||Consolidated Interim Report for Q1 2016||12.05.2016||28.04.2016||14||12.05.2016|
|3||Consolidated Six months Report for H1 2016||11.08.2016||11.07.2016||30||11.08.2016|
|4||Consolidated Interim Report for Q3 2016||08.11.2016||25.10.2016||14||08.11.2016|