The General Meeting is Arlandastad Group’s highest decision-making body, where all shareholders have the right to participate and exercise voting rights.
At the General Meeting, the shareholders exercise their voting rights on key issues, such as approval of income statements and balance sheets, disposition of the company’s results, granting discharge from liability for the board members and CEO, election of board members and auditors, and remuneration to the board and auditors.
The General Meeting is to be held within six months of the end of the fiscal year. In addition to the General Meeting, Extraordinary General Meetings can be called. According to the Articles of Association, notice of the General Meeting is given by advertising in Post- och Inrikes Tidningar and posting and maintaining the notice on the company’s website. In conjunction with the notice, an advertisement will be placed in the daily newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.
In accordance with the Swedish Companies Act, general meetings are the company’s highest decision-making body. In addition to the General Meeting, Extraordinary General Meetings can be called. In accordance with the Swedish Companies Act, a notice is issued no earlier than six weeks and no later than four weeks before General Meetings and Extraordinary General Meetings, where issues concerning amendments to the Articles of Association are dealt with. Notices of other Extraordinary General Meetings are issued no earlier than six weeks and no later than two weeks before the meeting.
Right to attend the General Meeting
All shareholders have the right to attend who with owner-registered accounts in the share register kept by Euroclear six banking days before the General Meeting and who have notified the company of their intention to participate in the General Meeting no later than the date specified in the notice convening the General Meeting. Shareholders can normally register their participation in the General Meeting in multiple different ways, which are stated in the notice convening the meeting.
Initiatives from shareholders
Shareholders who wish to have a matter considered at the General Meeting must send a written request to the Board. Normally, the request must be received by the Board no later than seven weeks before the General Meeting.