Closed Period definition

Closed Period means (i) ten quotation days preceding and three quotation days following the disclosure to the public of the consolidated financial statements or annual statement of the Company; or (ii) the period as from the date the corporate management possesses material information which could, if disclosed to the public, significantly impact the quotation of the Shares of the Company, until ten quotation days after the day such information is disclosed to the public.
Closed Period means any of the following:
Closed Period means (i) the 10 trading days preceding and following the date on which the Company’s consolidated accounts or, failing that, the annual accounts, are made public; and (ii) the period between (x) the date on which the management bodies of the Company have knowledge of information which, if made public, could have a significant impact on the price of the Share and (y) the end of the tenth trading day following the date on which this information has been made public.

Examples of Closed Period in a sentence

  • The Approving Officer may give clearance during a Closed Period for a Restricted Person to sell (but not buy) Company shares (but not other Company Securities) in Exceptional Circumstances.

  • Subject to compliance with Article 19 of MAR, this Policy does not prohibit Dealing in the Company’s Securities during a Closed Period as outlined in Schedule 1.

  • The Restricted Person seeking clearance to Deal in the Securities must outline in writing to the Approving Officer the circumstances of their severe financial hardship or as to why their circumstances are otherwise exceptional, explain the transactions envisaged, why that transaction could not be executed at a time other than during a Closed Period, and that the proposed Dealing in the Securities is the only reasonable course of action available.

  • The ability of Restricted Person to carry out transactions in units or shares in a collective investment undertaking, or in financial instruments which provide exposure to a portfolio of assets, (as described above) during a Closed Period remains uncertain.

  • Until further guidance is available, it would be prudent for the Company to take advice before giving clearance to a Restricted Person to carry out such transactions during a Closed Period.

More Definitions of Closed Period

Closed Period means the periods set out in paragraphs 5.1(a) and 5.1(b);
Closed Period will have the meaning defined in Section L. 200-000-0 of the French Code de commerce, being:
Closed Period means any of the periods stipulated in subparagraphs 4(a), 4(b) and 4(c);
Closed Period means 1 January to 31 December inclusive each year but does not include a period declared to be a Trading Window.
Closed Period means a period commencing 30 calendar days before the targeted date of announcement up to the date of the announcement of the following to the Exchange
Closed Period means (i) the period during which under the laws of the ROC the Issuer has to close its shareholders’ register, which period currently includes the 60-day period immediately prior to the date of any annual general shareholders’ meeting or 30-day period immediately prior to the date of any extraordinary shareholders’ meeting of the Issuer or any other period prescribed by law; (ii) in the event of a free distribution of shares, distribution of cash dividend or rights issue by the Issuer, the period commencing at least 15 Trading Days prior to the record date for determination of shareholders entitled to receive dividends, subscription of new shares or other benefits and ending on the record date for the distribution or allocation of the relevant dividends, rights and benefits; (iii) in the event of a capital reduction of the Issuer, the period commencing on the record date for such capital reduction and ending one day prior to the first Trading Day immediately prior to the date on which the Common Shares resume trading after such capital reduction; and (iv) such other periods during which the Issuer may be required to close its stock transfer books under ROC laws and regulations and Taiwan Stock Exchange regulations applicable from time to time.
Closed Period means the period commencing with the first day of the calendar quarter (i.e., January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1) until and including two full trading days after the announcement of the Trust’s annual or quarterly results for the preceding calendar quarter (i.e., if the quarterly results are issued publicly before markets open on a Tuesday, the Closed Period would normally include that Tuesday and Wednesday).