General Meetings

The general meeting of shareholders is the highest decision-making body of the company. Shareholders are provided the opportunity to exercise their influence as represented by their shareholding at the general meeting of shareholders.

The powers and duties of the general meeting of shareholders are set out in the Swedish Companies Act and the Articles of Association.

The AGM must be held within six months of the end of each fiscal year. The company’s AGMs are held each calendar year in Malmö, Sweden, before the end of June.

In addition to AGMs, extraordinary general meetings can be called. Notice of a general meeting of shareholders is published in "Post- och Inrikes Tidningar" and on the company’s website. In conjunction with notice being given, the notification is announced in "Dagens Industri".

Shareholders who wish to have an issue addressed at a general meeting of shareholders must send a written request to that effect to the Board. Normally, the request should reach the Board not later than seven weeks prior to the general meeting of shareholders.


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