Corporate Governance

Opus is governed in accordance with Swedish corporate law. Opus’ Articles of Association regulates the alignment of the business, share capital and how and when the notice to attend the General Meeting takes place. Opus also complies with other applicable Swedish and foreign laws and regulations.

Nomination Committee

The Nomination Committee is the shareholders’ and the Annual General Meetings body responsible for preparing the AGM’s decisions regarding appointments.

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Audit Committee

The Audit Committee monitors the financial reporting and the effectiveness of the company's internal controls.

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HR & Remuneration Committee

The committee prepares the Board of Director’s decisions in questions of remuneration principles, and remuneration and terms of employment for the CEO.

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General Meeting

The General Meeting is the highest decision-making body. The General Meeting appoints the Board of Directors and Auditors.

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Auditors

The auditor is appointed by the Annual General Meeting on the proposal of the Nomination Committee.

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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors and the chairman are appointed by the Annual General Meeting. The work of the Board of Directors is regulated by the Companies’ Act, the Articles of Association and the procedures adopted annually by the Board of Directors.

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Group Management Team

The Group Management Team is responsible for the Group’s ongoing business operations.

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