Investor relations policy

As a public company listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, we endeavour to have an open and active dialogue with investors, analysts and other financial stakeholders.

The company shall provide the public with accurate, comprehensive and timely information in accordance with legal requirements and high corporate governance standards.

The purpose is to secure pricing of WWH’s stocks in accordance with underlying value and future prospects of the company.

Above shall be executed with due regard to information that may be sensitive towards competition, customers and partners. 

Information channels

Investor Relations web site
The main source of information for Investor Relations (“IR”) stakeholders about the WW group is the IR section of the WWH corporate website.

WWH publishes both current information and archives of previously released information on the website in order to make this available to the financial market.

Oslo Stock Exchange notification system
When WWH publicly discloses information by publishing a stock exchange announcement through the Oslo Stock Exchange’s company message system, the same information will be published immediately afterwards on WWH's IR website.

Presentation of quarterly and annual results
WWH will present its results to the market by inviting IR stakeholders to attend quarterly presentations.

Conference calls and webcasts
WWH may hold conference calls or webcasts which can be viewed from the IR website at the same time as the event, along with accompanying presentations.

Capital market days and other events arranged by WWH
WWH will arrange capital market days and similar events on a regular basis. IR stakeholders will be invited to attend such events. Information about planned events will be published on the IR website.

Meetings with IR stakeholders and roadshow activities
WWH representatives will meet investors and analysts regularly both in large and small groups and on an individual basis.

Silent period
For a period of two weeks before the planned release of quarterly financial reports – the silent period – the company will not comment on matters related to its general financial results or expectations. Contact with external analysts, investors and journalists is minimised. This is done to reduce the risk of information leaks and of providing potentially unequal information to the market.