Flagging Front pageShareFlaggingThe shareholders of a listed company have an obligation to report changes in their holdings to the Financial Supervisory Authority and the listed company in question. Listed companies have an obligation to disclose flagging notifications made by shareholders. The circumstances under which flagging notifications must be issued are determined in the Securities Markets Act. Shareholders must report changes in their holdings to the company and the Financial Supervisory Authority when their holding reaches, exceeds or decreases below 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 66.7(⅔) or 90% of the votes or the number of shares in the company. Flagging notifications must be issued without undue delay, and no later than the trading day immediately following the day when the flagging threshold was passed. More information about flagging notifications is available on the Financial Supervisory Authority website. Flagging notifications to Enersense are sent by email to ir(at)enersense.com. Flagging notifications can be browsed in our release archive.