Published April 27, 2009 | By Nokia - Press Release
Notification under Chapter 2, Section 10 of the Finnish Securities Market Act: holdings of HSBC Holdings PLC in Nokia Corporation
Stock exchange release
April 27, 2009 at 18.20 (CET+1)
Espoo, Finland - According to information received by Nokia Corporation, the holdings of HSBC Holdings PLC exceeded 5% of the share capital of Nokia on April 20, 2009 but represented again less than 5% on April 24, 2009.
On April 20, 2009, the holdings of HSBC Holdings PLC and its direct and indirect subsidiaries, including Halbis Capital Management (UK) Limited, Hang Seng Bank (Trustee) Limited, HSBC Bank plc, HSBC Financial Products (France), HSBC Global Asset Management (Canada) Limited, HSBC Global Asset Management (International) Limited, HSBC Global Asset Management (USA) Inc, HSBC Guyerzeller Bank AG, HSBC International Trustee Limited, HSBC Investment Management, HSBC Private Bank (Jersey) Limited, HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG, HSBC Trust Company (Canada), HSBC Trustee (Hong Kong) Limited, Louvre Gestion, Sinopia Asset Management, Sinopia Asset Management (UK) Limited, HSBC Global Asset Management (France) and HSBC global Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited, in Nokia amounted to a total of 195 149 080 Nokia shares, corresponding to approximately 5.21% of the total number of shares and voting rights of Nokia. On April 20, 2009, the direct holding of HSBC Holdings PLC was 186 811 653 Nokia shares, corresponding to approximately 4.99% of the total number shares and voting rights of Nokia and its indirect holding was 8 337 427 shares and approximately 0.22%, respectively.
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