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Alma Media Corporation – Managers’ Transactions – Juha Nuutinen

ALMA MEDIA CORPORATION – MANAGERS’ TRANSACTIONS – JUHA NUUTINEN

Alma Media Corporation has received the following disclosure under EU Market Abuse Regulation No 596/2014, regarding managers’ or their closely associated persons’ transactions with Alma Media’s shares. 

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Person subject to the notification requirement

Name: Nuutinen, Juha

Position: Chief Financial Officer

Issuer: Alma Media Corporation

LEI: 743700ILU1PL86IW3429

Notification type: INITIAL NOTIFICATION

Reference number: 743700ILU1PL86IW3429_20200220104649_76

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Transaction date: 2020-02-19

Venue: XHEL

Instrument type: SHARE

ISIN: FI0009013114

Nature of the transaction: ACQUISITION

Transaction details

(1): Volume: 687 Unit price: 8.8806 EUR

Aggregated transactions

(1): Volume: 687 Volume weighted average price: 8.8806 EUR

ALMA MEDIA CORPORATION 

For more information, please contact: 

Mikko Korttila, General Counsel, Alma Media Corporation, tel. +358 10 665 2201 

 

Distribution: NASDAQ Helsinki, main media, www.almamedia.com

Alma Media in brief

Alma Media is a dynamic digital service business and media company with a strong capacity for renewal. The company’s best-known brands are Kauppalehti, Talouselämä, Iltalehti, Aamulehti, Etuovi.com and Monster. Alma Media builds sustainable growth expanding its offering from media to related digital services fulfilling the needs of users’ everyday life as consumers and as professionals in business. Alma Media operates in 11 countries in Europe. Alma Media employs approximately 1,800 professionals. Alma Media’s revenue from continuing operations was EUR 250.2 million in 2019. Alma Media’s share is listed on NASDAQ Helsinki. Read more at www.almamedia.com 

  • Published: 20.2.2020, 16:00
  • Category: Managers' transactions, Releases

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