Shareholders’ Meetings

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Shareholders is the highest decision-making body. The AGM for example elects the Board of Directors and the Chairman, adopts the balance sheet and income statement, decides on the disposition of the profit and the discharge of liability for the Directors and the CEO.

The Nomination Committee proposes a number of resolutions for the AGM to decide on, including relating to the election of the Board. Shareholders who wish to present proposals to the AGM can do so to the Nomination Committee.