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The Nomination Committee represents the company’s shareholders. The task of the Committee is to propose Board members and auditors and their remuneration. The Annual General Meeting resolve on how the Nomination Committee shall be appointed.
The Nomination Committee’s proposals shall be presented in the notice of the Annual General Meeting and on the company’s website. When the notice of the Annual General Meeting is published, the Nomination Committee shall publish a motivated statement regarding its proposed members of the board on the company’s website. At the Annual General Meeting where the election of board members and/or auditors shall take place, the Nomination Committee shall provide an account of how its work was conducted and present and motivate its proposals.
According to the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance the composition of the Nomination Committee shall be announced no later than six (6) months prior to the Annual General Meeting. For the Annual General Meeting 2018, the appointed members of the Nomination Committee were:
At the date of appointment, the four owner representatives of the Nomination Committee represented approximately 42% of the voting rights for all shares of Opus.
Shareholders who wish to submit proposals to the Nomination Committee may do so by email to: email@example.com (subject ”Nomination Committee”), or by mail to: Opus Group AB, Att. Helene Carlson, Basargatan 10, SE-411 10 Gothenbrug, Sweden (subject ”Nomination Committee”). The Nomination Committee’s proposals are published at the latest in conjunction with the formal notification of the Annual General Meeting 2019.
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