The PDMR transactions register contains data about persons discharging managerial responsibilities and the transactions that they and persons closely associated with them have performed in shares and debt instruments issued by the issuer and other related financial instruments.
The register is continuously updated as new reports arrives with Finansinspektionen.
Reported transactions can be searched by issuer, person discharging managerial responsibilities, transaction date and publication date
To report PDMR transactions: go to the page MAR – reporting PDMR transactions.
The obligation to report transactions to the PDMR transactions register covers transactions in issuers listed on a regulated market or a multilateral trading facility (MTF).
The reported transactions go back as far as 3 July 2016, which is when the EU's Market Abuse Regulation (EU) 596/2014 entered into force. It is possible to export transactions to Excel. Older transactions are stored at FI and go back as far as 1995.
Reporting to the PDMR transactions register takes place via FI's website. Notifications that are received via e-ID are published immediately. It is the rapporteur that is responsible for the content of a report. Further information about how to report transactions to the PDMR transactions register can be found on the page Reporting.
Please note that new users must first register on FI's website and create a user profile before they will be able to log in to the reporting system.
If you are unable to find transactions in the PDMR transactions register that you believe a person discharging managerial responsibilities or a person closely associated with them has performed, please let us know. You can contact FI by e-mailing email@example.com. Please note that documents received by an authority can be requested, see Public documents (in Swedish). If you would like to tip us off anonymously, instructions can be found on the page Whistleblowers (in Swedish).
Please bear in mind that a person subject to the reporting obligation who has not conducted transactions of EUR 5 000 or more during a calendar year is not obliged to report these transactions to the PDMR transactions register. Accordingly, there may be transactions that have been conducted by a person subject to the reporting obligation but have not been reported to the PDMR transactions register as they have not had a value at or above the reporting threshold.
Under Chapter 5, Section 2 of the EU Market Abuse Regulation (Supplemental Provisions) Act (2016:1306), FI shall intervene against those who fail to report their own transactions in accordance with Article 19(1)–19(2), 19(6) and 19(7) of MAR. Further information about potential sanctions for infringements of these provisions can be found at Transactions by persons discharging managerial responsibilities.
All interventions that FI decides on as a result of information not being disclosed in accordance with the rules governing the securities market are available on FI's website, on the page Sanctions/Market information (in Swedish).
Please note that the obligation to report transactions to the PDMR transactions register falls to the person subject to the reporting obligation and they must therefore be well aware of their obligations. Please also note that a notification is regarded as having been received by FI only once it is complete.
Frequently asked questions about transactions by persons discharging managerial responsibilities can be found at Transactions by persons discharging managerial responsibilities. Questions concerning reporting of information to the PDMR transactions register can be sent to our Reporting department at firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 8-408 980 37 (weekdays 9–11).
FI is able to answer question, provide information about applicable provisions and give guidance. As a supervisory authority, however, FI is unable to provide advance decisions in individual cases. If the person subject to the reporting obligation is uncertain whether a transaction has to be reported to FI or about how this is done, they are recommended to contact a legal adviser who is able to help them conduct an assessment on the basis of the circumstances that are specific to the person in question.