EVS has adopted a quiet period policy, which limits communications with investors during sensitive periods to basic, historic and not time-specific information. This quiet period will begin 30 days before the earnings release and continue until the next earnings release. We appreciate your interest in EVS and believe the adoption of this policy enables us to balance the needs of a business along with communicating with both new and potential investors in our Company. Please note that EVS's most recently-available financial information is available on the pages of this website.

All legal documents are available at the company head office. If you wish to be informed about the events EVS takes part in or to receive e-mail news, please contact:


Veerle De Wit - CFO 

Rue Bois St-Jean, 13, 4102 Seraing, Belgium

E-mail: corpcom@evs.com

As a reminder, here is the extract of the EVS “Code of Business Conduct and Ethics” relating to insider trading rules:

Using confidential material information for trading, or tipping others to trade, is both unethical and illegal. In general, material confidential (or inside) information is any information about a company that has not reached the general marketplace and is likely to be considered important by investors deciding whether to trade. The term “trade” includes all securities transactions in the open market, and includes transactions in company plans such as the company’s stock option plans. In addition to being prohibited from buying or selling our securities or other publicly-traded securities when you are in possession of material inside information, you are also prohibited from disclosing such information to anyone else (including friends and family members) in order to enable them to trade on the information. It is illegal to give undisclosed material information about the company to anyone, other than in the necessary course of business.

Associates who involve themselves in insider trading (either by personally engaging in trading or by disclosing confidential information to others) may be subject to immediate dismissal and prosecution.

EVS’s insider trading policy also prohibits trading by directors and employees during the period that begins one month before the public release of the quarterly or annual financial results and ending at 12.00 pm CET the day of the public release. We refer to such periods as “blackout periods” and the time between such periods as “trading windows”. During a trading window, executive officers and directors may engage in transactions involving company securities only after obtaining approval from a Executive Director or the Chairman, unless the transactions are done under a contract, instruction, or plan approved by the Board of Director and concluded at a time when the executive officer or director did not have any material confidential information.