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New disclosure requirements in the Netherlands

New disclosure requirements for holdings of share capital/voting
rights and gross short positions in the Netherlands

Dutch law has changed as follows:

  • the disclosure of holdings of shares and/or voting rights in Dutch listed issuers has been reduced from a 5 per cent to a new 3 per cent threshold; and
  • it is now also mandatory to notify gross short positions at the new 3 per cent
    threshold.  The EU Short Selling Regulation addresses net short positions,

 Related Links:

On disclosure

http://www.afm.nl/en/professionals/afm-voor/effectenuitgevende-ondernemingen/meldingen/substantiele-deelneming.aspx

And notifcation

http://www.afm.nl/~/media/files/consultaties/2013/policy-rule-shortpositions.ashx

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