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Investor Relation Policy

Ørn Software shall provide the public with accurate, comprehensive and timely information, to form a good basis for making decisions related to valuation and trade of the Ørn Software share.

Read more about our IR policy below.

Mission

Investor Relations shall provide the public with accurate, comprehensive and timely information to form a good basis for making decisions related to valuation and trade of the Ørn Software share. The aim of providing such information is to reduce investors' risk and the volatility of the Ørn Software share, contributing to a pricing of the share that reflects the company's underlying values and future prospects.

Equal information

Ørn Software main communication channels are stock exchange releases, press releases and its own web pages (https://www.Ørn.no/) in order to secure that the same information is made available to all audiences simultaneously. Although Ørn Software holds regular meetings for analysts, investors, journalists and employees, all material new information is first published on the stock exchange and on Ørn Software’ web pages. Ørn Software will provide a consistent level of information regardless of whether the news is positive or negative.

Authorizations

Ørn Software’ spokespersons to the financial markets (investors, analysts and financial media) are the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer or others authorized by these. Questions from investors and financial analysts to other Ørn Software employees shall be referred to the Chief Financial Officer.

Reporting dates and silent periods

Ørn Software publishes quarterly financial results according to its financial calendar. The calendar is published annually on Ørn Software’ web page and to the stock exchange. Ahead of announcing its quarterly results, Ørn Software exerts caution with regards to information communicated externally, and the company’s representatives will during this period refrain from discussing the company’s performance and prospects with analysts, investors, media or others, to minimize the risk of unequal information in the marketplace. The so-called “silent period” lasts for the last three weeks before a quarterly report is published.

Compliance

Ørn Software shall comply with relevant regulations for companies listed on the Euronext Growth and the EU’s Market Abuse Regulation (MAR). Ørn Software complies with the Oslo Børs Code of Practice for IR of 1 July 2019.