An insider, also known as an insider, is a person who has access to information in a company that has not been made public. An insider can, for example, be the company's chairman, CEO, auditor or major shareholders. That is, most often board members and management personnel with insight into company operations.
Insiders, i.e. Board members and management personnel with insight into a listed company's operations, it is very interesting to follow both in terms of holdings and transactions.
Some questions you can get answers to with insider data.
- Belives exampel a CEO so much in his company that he / she wants to invest his / her own money or not?
- What proportion of the board owns shares?
- Is it a disaster if one insider sells shares if several other insiders bought shares at the same time?
- How large an increase / decrease in the total holding corresponds to a certain transaction?
Modular Finance has many years of experience in manually handling all insider transactions that are reported in the Nordic region and can quickly identify if the input data is incorrect, ie. if an insider reported an error to Finansinspektionen. In addition, you always get a current picture of the total insider ownership in the company.
About the service
On Börsdata, you will find recent years' insider transactions, acquisitions and sales, as well as other transactions for a company. At the same time, you can also see all the latest insider transactions for Nordic companies.
In addition, can also see in detail the insiders' position, latest holdings in the company and change%.
Acquisitions (purchases) and divestments (sales) are the most important and common insider transactions shown in a separate table for a company.
Other insider transactions such as allotment, share savings plan, redemption, and exchange and which are not as important are shown in a separate table for a company.
All insiders and All others
All the Nordic companies' most recent insider transactions, both important (insider) and non-important (other), are shown in the same table sorted by reported date and time.
The position of the insiders on the company's board or management. Such as the CEO, board member or other management.
What kind of insider transaction. It can be from acquisitions or divestments to other transactions as an allotment.
Insiders' latest change% of the total shareholding in the company in connection with the most recent insider transaction.
The insiders' most recent total shareholding in the company in connection with the most recent insider transaction.
Transaction and reported
When the insider transaction is reported to the public (reported) and when the actual insider transaction has taken place (transaction).