All rulings of the Council are issued in writing. When a ruling is issued following a petition, the ruling is submitted to the petitioner immediately.
As a rule, Council rulings are to be published openly. It is above all in this way that the Council contributes to the development of good practice in the stock market. However, in certain cases there may be grounds for not publishing the ruling. For example, a ruling regarding a planned action may not be published by the Council until the action has been completed or become public knowledge in some other way. Rulings can be published without naming any of the parties involved if this is necessary in order not to disclose sensitive information.
Since its inception, the Council has issued approximately 900 rulings. In total, around three quarters of all rulings have been published. The Council works continuously to acquire the consent of concerned parties to disclose older rulings for which where the requirement of confidentiality is no longer deemed to be applicable or where the circumstances are such that the ruling could not be disclosed without naming the parties involved.
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