Bulletin from Annual General Meeting of Serneke Group AB (publ)
The following resolutions in brief were adopted at the Annual General Meeting of Serneke Group AB (publ) (the "AGM") on April 26, 2022:
Adoption of annual report and resolution to discharge the Board Members and the CEO from liability
The AGM adopted the annual report for 2021. The Board of Directors and the CEO were discharged from liability for the financial year 2021.
The AGM resolved in accordance with the proposal by the Board of Directors not to pay any dividends for the financial year 2021.
Determination of fees to Board Members and auditors
The AGM resolved that fees to the Board Members shall amount to a total of SEK 2,650,000, of which the unchanged amounts of SEK 750,000 shall go to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 250,000 to each of the other Board Members not employed by the Group. It was also resolved that a fee of SEK 100,000 shall be payable to the Chair of the Audit Committee and that SEK 50,000 shall be payable to each of the committees’ other members who are not employed by the Group. The AGM resolved that Per Åkerman, via his consulting company, shall be entitled to continue to receive consulting fees for his work outside the Board assignment amounting to SEK 150,000 per month excluding VAT. The AGM resolved that the fees to the auditors be paid according to approved invoices.
Election of Board Member and Chairman of the Board
For the period until the next AGM, Fredrik Alvarsson, Mari Broman, Ludwig Mattsson, Veronica Rörsgård, Per Åkerman, Lars Kvarnsund and Jan C. Johansson were re-elected. Jan C. Johansson was re-elected as Chairman of the Board and Per Åkerman as Deputy Chairman of the Board. Marianne Östansjö has declined re-election.
Election of auditor
The registered auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers AB was elected as auditor for the period until the end of the AGM 2023, with Ulrika Ramsvik to be appointed as responsible auditor.
The AGM resolved in accordance with the Board's proposal to authorize the Board to, on one or more occasions, during the time until the next Annual General Meeting, with or without deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, against cash payment, contribution in kind or through offset, decide on the issue of shares and/or convertibles that entail the issue of or conversion to a total of no more than 7,200,000 shares, which corresponds to a dilution of approximately 20.1 percent of the share capital and around 8.7 percent of the votes.
Resolution on amendment of the Articles of Association
The Annual General Meeting resolved to supplement item 9 of the Articles of Association with the following paragraph:
"Before a general meeting, the board may decide that the shareholders shall be able to exercise their voting rights by post before the general meeting."
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