The Annual General Meeting is regulated by the Swedish Companies Act and the Articles of Association and is a limited company’s highest decision-making body.
At the Annual General Meeting, according to the Articles of Association, all shareholders who have an owner-registered shareholding no later than five days before the meeting have the right to participate and vote for owned and represented shares. Shareholders also have the right to have a matter considered at the Annual General Meeting, provided that the matter is reported to the Board in time as stated in the notice convening the meeting.
Notice of a general meeting is given in accordance with the Swedish Companies Act and is announced by the Board. Notice of the Annual General Meeting or Extraordinary General Meeting where the Articles of Association are to be considered shall be issued no earlier than six weeks and no later than four weeks before the Annual General Meeting. Notice of other Extraordinary General Meetings shall be issued no earlier than six weeks and no later than two weeks before the Annual General Meeting.