The Algeta share is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker code ALGETA. All shares have equal rights and are freely transferable. Algeta is included in the OBX index – the 25 most-traded securities on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Algeta is followed by the analysts listed below. Please note that any opinions, estimates or forecasts regarding Algeta’s performance made by these analysts are theirs alone and do not represent opinions, forecasts or predictions of Algeta or its management. Algeta does not by its reference above or any distribution of such research reports imply its endorsement of or concurrence with such information, conclusions or recommendations.
|Bank of America Merrill Lynch||Sachin Jain||London|
|Carnegie||Carsten L. Madsen||Copenhagen|
|Credit Suisse||Lee Kalowski||New York|
|Danske Markets||Thomas Bowers||Copenhagen|
|Deutsche Bank||Richard Parkes||London|
|DNB||Marianne S. Bjørnsen||Oslo|
|JP Morgan Cazenove||Richard Vosser||London|
|Laidlaw & Co.||Edward White||New York|
|Nordea Markets||Erik Hultgård||Stockholm|
|Norne Securities||Jonas Peciulis||Oslo|
|UBS Investment Research||Guillaume van Renterghem||London|
|Wedbush PacGrow||David M. Nierengarten||San Francisco|
Key legal information
Set out below is a summary of certain Norwegian legal issues related to shareholding in Algeta ASA (referred to below as the "Company”), a Norwegian public company listed on Oslo Børs.
This summary does not purport to be a comprehensive description of all the legal rights and obligations that may be relevant to the shareholders in the Company and does not address legal issues regulated by other than Norwegian law. The summary is based on applicable Norwegian laws, rules and regulations, as they exist as of 27 July 2012. Such laws, rules and regulations are subject to change. The summary is solely intended to provide brief introductory information and does not address all aspects that may be relevant. The information in this summary is subject to change without notice.
HOME-STATE - NORWAY
The Company’s home-state for requirements for periodic information according to section 5-4 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act, disclosure requirements of acquisitions of large shareholdings, rights to shares and voting rights according to section 4-2 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act, and obligations to prepare prospectus according to section 7-7 (4), cf. section 7-9 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act, is Norway.
NORWEGIAN CORPORATE SHAREHOLDERS - TAX EXEMPTION METHOD
For Norwegian corporate shareholders the so-called tax exemption method is applicable for investment in the shares of the Company. Corporate shareholders comprise limited liability companies and certain similar entities. Norwegian shareholder refers to the tax residency and not the nationality of such shareholder.
NORWEGIAN TAKE-OVER REGULATIONS
NORWEGIAN SHAREHOLDING DISCLOSURE OBLIGATIONS
Information on Algeta's financing in 2012. Read more
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