Closed Period

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Closed Period. Is defined in Section L. 225-197-1 al.9 of the French Commercial Code as:(i)Ten quotation days preceding and three quotation days following the disclosure to the public of the consolidated financial statements or the annual statements of the Company; or (ii)Any period during which the corporate management of the Company possesses material information which could, if disclosed to the public, significantly impact the quotation of the shares of Common Stock, until ten quotation days after the day... such information is disclosed to the public. If the French Commercial Code is amended after adoption of this French Free Share Plan to modify the definition and/or the applicability of the Closed Periods to French-qualified Free Shares, such amendments shall become applicable to any French-qualified Free Shares granted under this French Qualified Free Shares Plan, to the extent required by French law. View More
Closed Period. Is defined For French-qualified Options, the term "Closed Period" shall mean, as set forth in Section L. 225-197-1 al.9 225-177 of the French Commercial Code as:(i)Ten Code: (i) ten quotation days preceding and three quotation days following the disclosure to the public of the consolidated financial statements or the annual statements of the Company; Company, or (ii)Any (ii) the period during which as from the date the corporate management of the Company possesses material confidential... information which could, which, if disclosed to the public, could significantly impact the quotation price of the shares Ordinary Shares, until ten quotation days after the day such information is disclosed to the public, or (iii) twenty quotation days following a distribution of Common Stock, a dividend (i.e., the ex-dividend date) or of a general right to subscribe to Ordinary Shares (i.e., a rights offering). For French-qualified RSUs, the term "Closed Period" shall mean, as set forth in Section L. 225-197-1 of the French Commercial Code: (i) ten quotation days preceding and following the disclosure to the public of the consolidated financial statements or the annual statements of the Company, or (ii) the period as from the date the corporate management of the Company possesses confidential information which, if disclosed to the public, could significantly impact the quotation price of the Ordinary Shares, until ten quotation days after the day such information is disclosed to the public. If the French Commercial Code is law or regulations are amended after adoption of this French Free Share Plan Sub-Plan to modify the definition and/or the applicability of the Closed Periods Period to French-qualified Free Shares, Options and/or French-qualified RSUs, such amendments amendment shall become applicable to any French-qualified Free Shares Options and French-qualified RSUs granted under this French Qualified Free Shares Plan, Sub-Plan, to the extent permitted or required by French law. View More
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Closed Period. The term "Closed Period" means specific periods as set forth by Article L. 225-177 of the French Commercial Code, as amended, during which French Qualified Stock-Options cannot be granted, so long as such Closed Periods are applicable to Options, as described in Section 8 below.
Closed Period. The term "Closed Period" means: (i) Ten stock exchange trading days preceding and following the disclosure to the public of the consolidated financial statements or the annual statements of the Company; or (ii) Any period during which the corporate management of the Company possess confidential information which could, if disclosed to the public, significantly impact the quotation price of the Shares, until the end of ten trading days following the date upon which the price information is made... public. If the French Commercial Code is amended after adoption of this French Restricted Stock Units Plan to modify the definition and/or applicability of the Closed Periods to French-qualified Restricted Stock Units, such amendments shall become applicable to any French-qualified Restricted Stock Units granted under this French Restricted Stock Units Plan, to the extent required by French law. View More
Closed Period. Specific periods as set forth in Section L. 225-197-1 of the French Commercial Code, as amended, during which French-qualified Options cannot be granted, as described in Section II.1 below
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