As part of your duties, you may obtain access to inside, or material, nonpublic information about AppFolio, our customers, and our business partners. You have a responsibility to keep this information private and avoid acting on it for personal gain.
This includes disclosing material nonpublic information (also referred to as "tipping") to others including immediate and household family members or anyone not authorized to receive it. Doing so can result in serious penalties, including fines and reputational risk for you and the company.
Blackout periods: AppFolio has a policy that establishes periods during which individuals with access to inside information cannot trade AppFolio stock. These periods are designed to help prevent insider trading violations that may result from acting on material nonpublic information. Insiders can only transact during open trading windows, which align with the release of the company’s financial information. View AppFolio’s Insider Trading Policy for more information on these periods and when you can and can’t trade.