Closed Periods

Example Definitions of "Closed Periods"
Closed Periods. Pursuant to Section L. 225-197-1 of the French Commercial Code, as amended, and as interpreted by the French administrative guidelines, means: (i) Ten (10) quotation days preceding and three (3) quotation days following the disclosure to the public of the consolidated financial statements or the annual statements of the Company; or (ii) The period beginning when information that could, if disclosed to the public, significantly impact the quotation of Shares, has been disclosed to Company... corporate management entities involved in the governance of the Company (such as the Board, the Committee, supervisory directorate, etc.) and ending ten quotation days after the day such information is disclosed to the public. View More
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