Incap Corporation complies with the Guidelines for Insiders by the Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. that came into force on 3 July 2016. Incap’s Guidelines for Insiders include a summary on principles and company-specific instructions as well as the Nasdaq instructions, and these documents shall be considered together as Incap Corporation’s Guidelines for Insiders. The Guidelines for Insiders of Incap Corporation have entered into force on 3 July 2016 by the decision of the Board of Directors of Incap and they replace the Guidelines for Insiders approved on 17 February 2016.

Trading by Incap’s insiders is forbidden 30 days before the release of an interim report, a half-year report, a financial statement bulletin or any other periodically disclosed financial report. An appropriate time for trading is within 28 days of the publication of an interim report, a half-year report, a financial statement bulletin or any other periodically disclosed financial report, provided that the insider does not at that time possess any other inside information, such as on a project that is under preparation. If an insider wishes to trade outside of this appropriate trading period, he or she must negotiate with the person responsible for insider issues at Incap before placing orders. The restriction on trading ends when the interim report, half-year report, financial statement bulletin or any other periodical financial report is published. Members of the Board of Directors and the Management Team as well as the secretary of the Board of Directors must always turn to the person responsible for insider issues to verify whether it would be appropriate for them to trade in shares before placing orders.

Persons who become insiders due to their involvement in a project are not permitted to trade in Incap shares or warrants while they are project-specific insiders.

Incap Corporation’s Guidelines for Insiders

In the below table, the nominee-registered shares held by Inission AB are given in the column INCP1V*.