Altia's Annual General Meeting 2019 is planned to be held on 15 May 2019 in Helsinki.
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Altia's Disclosure Policy was adopted by Altia's Board of Directors on 22 January 2018.
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In the contemplated listing of Altia Plc (“Altia” or the “Company”), the State of Finland (the “Seller”) is offering, through a sale of shares, preliminarily a maximum of 20,000,000 shares (the “Sale Shares”) in the Company for purchase (the “Share Sale”) to (i) private individuals and entities in Finland (the “Public Share Sale”), and to (ii) institutional investors as private placements in Finland and internationally (the “Institutional Share Sale”). In addition, the Company is offering for subscription to the permanent employees of Altia in Finland and Sweden and to the members of the Executive Management Team of Altia a maximum of 300,000 new shares in the Company (the “Personnel Shares”) (the “Personnel Offering”).
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Outlook and guidance for 2019 was published in connection with the Financial Statements Bulletin on 7 February 2019.
Large and stable market as operating environment.
The alcoholic beverage market can be roughly divided into wine and spirits markets. The off-trade markets in Finland, Sweden and Norway consist mainly of state retail monopolies while the off-trade markets in Denmark and Baltics mainly consist of traditional retail such as grocery stores. Local and global market trends affect Altia’s operational environment.