Nokian Tyres plc: Managers' transactions

Nokian Tyres plc Managers’ transactions April 13, 2017, 1:30 p.m. 

The Annual General Meeting of Nokian Tyres plc held on April 10, 2017 decided that 50% of the Board’s annual fee be paid in cash and 50% in Company shares. Pursuant to such decision, shares have been acquired as follows to the Deputy Chairman of the Board Tapio Kuula:

Person subject to the notification requirement 

Name: Kuula, Tapio (Natural Person)
Position: Deputy Chairman of the Board 
Initial Notification 
Reference number: 743700YQIO8Y4L4WKR40_20170412100904_25
Issuer
Name: Nokian Tyres plc
LEI: 743700YQIO8Y4L4WKR40 
Transaction details 
Transaction date:  2017-04-11
Venue:  NASDAQ HELSINKI LTD (XHEL) 
Nature of transaction:  Receipt of a Share-Based Incentive 
Instrument:  Share 
ISIN:  FI0009005318
Volume:  795
Unit price:  0.00 Euro
Aggregated transactions 
Volume:  795
Volume weighted average price:  0.00 Euro 

Nokian Tyres plc

Antti-Jussi Tähtinen
Vice President, Marketing and Communications

Further information: Anne Leskelä, Vice President, CFO, tel. +358 10 401 7481 

Distribution: Nasdaq Helsinki, media and www.nokiantyres.com

Nokian Tyres is the world’s northernmost tyre manufacturer. The company promotes and facilitates safe driving in demanding conditions. It supplies innovative tyres for cars, trucks and special heavy machinery mainly in areas with special challenges on tyre performance: snow, forests and harsh driving conditions in different seasons. Nokian Tyres’ product development is consistently aiming for sustainable solutions for safety and the environment, taking into account the whole life cycle of the tyre. A part of the Nokian Tyres group, the tyre chain Vianor has  approximately 1,500 outlets in 27 countries. In 2016 Nokian Tyres had approximately 4,400 employees and net sales of approximately 1,4 billion euros. Nokian Tyres’ share is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki. Further information: www.nokiantyres.com

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Nokian Tyres is the world’s northernmost tyre manufacturer. The company promotes and facilitates safe driving in demanding conditions. It supplies innovative tyres for cars, trucks and special heavy machinery mainly in areas with special challenges on tyre performance: snow, forests and harsh driving conditions in different seasons. Nokian Tyres’ product development is consistently aiming for sustainable solutions for safety and the environment, taking into account the whole life cycle of the tyre. A part of the Nokian Tyres group, the tyre chain Vianor has approximately 1,500 stores in 27 countries. In 2016 Nokian Tyres had approximately 4,400 employees and net sales of approximately 1,4 billion euros. Nokian Tyres’ share is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki. Further information: www.nokiantyres.com

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