MAYA English Website
The English MAYA website is operated by the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) to display immediate reports of traded companies. The English “MAYA” website is designed to make information regarding TASE and the companies listed on it more accessible to foreign investors, particularly in light of the growing interest expressed by investors from around the world in Israeli companies.
Listed companies can voluntarily file in English. These disclosures will be posted on the MAYA English language website, generating additional foreign investor exposure to these companies.
The immediate reports include, among others, notifications concerning announcements & transactions, financial statements, capital raising information, changes in the companies' management, interested parties, corporate actions, splits, mergers and more.
In addition, MAYA offers comprehensive information on the listed companies and on the securities that are traded on TASE, on the “Corporate fact sheet” page. This page contains information such as details of the company (address and contact), details of the securities (listed and non-listed), interested parties, management and officers and financial data. It also offers processed information, such as: schedule of real-time public offerings and upcoming public offerings, corporate actions schedule, including meetings, financial report schedule, dividend distributions, payments of principal and interest etc.
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|MAYA User Services|
On the MAYA English website, one can find disclosures of public companies that voluntarily elect to publish financial reports in English, as well as reports of dual-listed companies.
Company disclosures may include reports on changes in the holdings of interested parties, general meetings, details of principal and interest payments and more. Reports on events in the company may include notifications on transactions, capital and debt raising, acquisition of companies, mergers and more.
MAYA enables the real-time monitoring of such reports. You can easily filter the reports by company name, company group, reporting date or type of event.
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|Priority Disclosures |
Disclosures of high importance are posted as “priority disclosures” and marked with the following icon . For a daily summary of these disclosures, click “Priority Disclosures” in the navigation bar at the top of the page. You can also perform an exclusive search for a group of companies or for a specific company, by selecting the “Priority Disclosures” button in the filtering options.
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|Company Details |
This page offers comprehensive information on the company, its areas of operation and contact information. You can also find information on:
- Securities - Data on the company's securities, including dormant shares and non-listed securities.
- Interested Parties - This section offers data about holdings of interested parties in the company and their equity and voting interest. You can also find a distribution of the holdings in the company between institutional investors, the public holdings and interested parties.
- Board and Management - Information on the executives in the company, their holdings in the securities of the company and whether they are members of the Audit Committee (this information is not available for dual-listed companies).
- Financial Data - Data from the quarterly and annual balance sheets and profit and loss reports of the company, information on financial ratios, dividends distributed by the company and information on small entity reporting format (semi-annual reporting only).
|Payments and Dates |
This page offers information on income payments, corporate actions, financial report schedules and general meetings. The information presented in the “corporate actions” page includes, inter alia, details of dividends, interest payments, redemption of bonds, exercise dates, last trading date, date of trading resumption and tender offer final dates.
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| ||FAQ about the MAYA Website|
|What are financial statements?|
Once a quarter, companies publish statements presenting their financial situation (including their balance sheet, statement of profit or loss and cash flows), as well as information on the challenges they face and their plans for the future. Once a year, the companies publish a more elaborate and thorough annual report.
It should be noted that small entities that have not issued bonds to the public, are permitted to publish financial statements every six months, and are therefore exempt from publishing financial statements for the first quarter and the third quarter of every calendar year. Those entities may also choose to publish financial statements in the first and the third quarters. Information concerning the frequency of reporting is available on the “Company Details” page, which specifies whether the company has elected to utilize the exemption and therefore publishes semi-annual financial statements in the format applicable to an exempt small entity.
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|Where are the financial statements displayed?|
A summary of the financial statements published by the companies is available on the MAYA homepage, under “Today's Companies Disclosures”. Financial data of a specific company is also available on the “Company Details” page.
For a dual-listed company or a company that has voluntarily elected to publish its financial statements in English, a full report is also available under Company Reports.
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|Where are anticipated publication dates of the financial statements displayed?|
Under “Payments & Dates”, TASE posts anticipated publication dates of the financial statements of companies that have furnished such information to TASE and/or for which such information has been published by investor relations companies and/or for which such information has been published on the various data distribution websites.
For a summary of the upcoming financial statements publication dates, select “Payments & Dates” in the navigation bar at the top of the page, then select “Financials Reports Schedule”.
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|How can I filter immediate reports?|
TASE staff receives the various immediate reports and classifies them by topic, to facilitate quick searches by the website users, based on the types of events specified in the report.
To search notifications by type, click on “Filtering Options” at the right-hand side of the screen.
You can also perform a search in the “Search” field at the top of the page, by entering free text. The results of such search will include all reports containing the free text.
|Where can I find a summary of payments and corporate actions?|
A summary of schedules for dividend distributions, interest payments, redemption of bonds, consolidation of capital, mergers and splits, shares bonus, dividends in kind and more, is available on the Maya System under “Payments & Dates”.
For your convenience, you can filter the search in “Payments & Dates” by company name, ISIN, date, type of company, type of event and more, by using the “Filtering Options” area on the right-hand side of the screen.
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|Where can I find TASE notices?|
In the MAYA English website, you can find TASE notices concerning trading, indices, new securities, name changes and more.
For your convenience, you can search and filter notices by type on the right-hand side of the screen, as well as by clicking on the TASE Notices button.
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|Where can I find information on public offerings?|
Summary information on all public offerings, real time and upcoming, is accessible by clicking the “Public Offerings” button.
The real-time public offerings schedule summarizes data obtained from the shelf offering reports of the issuing companies, such as: offer dates, the offered securities, price and rating.
The upcoming offerings schedule contains information on public offerings that are planned to take place in the near future, for which a publicly open offer date has not yet been set.
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