Nomination Committee

Tasks of the Nomination Committee

The Nomination Committee shall prepare and submit following proposals to the AGM:

  • election of Chairman of the meeting,
  • election of the Chairman of the Board and other members of the Board of Directors,
  • Board fees divided between the Chairman and other members as well as remuneration for committee work,
  • election and remuneration to the auditor and deputy auditor (if applicable), and
  • principles for the appointment of Nomination Committee.


Rules for the Nomination Committee

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) decides on the rules for the Nominating Committee for the AGM. These rules apply until decisions on changes in rules are adopted by the AGM.

Instruction for the Nomination Committee

The Company shall have a Nomination Committee consisting of members appointed by the four largest shareholders together with the Chairman of the Board. The Chairman of the Board shall be adjunct in the Nomination Committee. The largest shareholders will be contacted by the company's Chairman of the Board on the basis of the company's list of registered shareholders as of the last banking day in August, provided by Euroclear Sweden AB.

After the owners have been contacted, they should within 14 days notify whether they wish to participate in the Nomination Committee. If any of the four largest shareholders waives their right to appoint a member of the Nomination Committee, the next shareholder in the ownership size will be given an opportunity to appoint a member and shall, within one week, submit a notice of participation. The names of the four representatives and the names of the shareholders who proposed them shall be published as soon as the Nomination Committee has been appointed, but no later than six months before the AGM. If at this time, no four owners have notified the wish to participate in the Nomination Committee, the Nomination Committee will then consist of fewer members.

The Nomination Committee's term of office runs until its new Nomination Committee is appointed. The Chairman of the Nomination Committee shall, unless the members agree otherwise, be the member appointed by the largest shareholder. The Nomination Committee's first meeting shall, however, be opened by the chairman of the company. If a member leaves the Nomination Committee before its work is completed, the owner who appointed this member has the right to
appoint a new member. Fees shall not be paid from the company to the members of the Nomination Committee.

In the event of a material change in the company's ownership structure and a shareholder who, after this significant ownership change, has become one of the three largest shareholders, wishes to be included in the Nomination Committee, the Nomination Committee shall offer this place in the Nomination Committee by either deciding that this shareholder shall replace the, by votes, smallest shareholder in the Nomination Committee after the change, or decide to extend the Nomination Committee with another member, but with a maximum of five members. Should any of the members of the Nomination Committee, before the Nomination Committee's mission is completed, resign for another reason or cease to represent the shareholder who appointed the member, such member, if the appointed member so requests, shall be replaced by a new member appointed by the shareholder. Changes in the Nomination Committee's composition shall be announced as soon as such has taken place.

The Nomination Committee shall be entitled to charge the Company with expenses for, for example, recruitment consultants and other consultants required for the Nomination Committee to fulfil its mission. In conjunction with its mission, the Nomination Committee shall, in addition, fulfil the tasks that the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance requires.