N.B. English translation is for convenience purposes only The shareholders of Formpipe Software AB (publ), company reg. no. 556668-6605, (the “Company”) are hereby invited to attend the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) to be held on Tuesday, ...
N.B. English translation is for convenience purposes only
The shareholders of Formpipe Software AB (publ), company reg. no. 556668-6605, (the “Company”) are hereby invited to attend the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) to be held on Tuesday, 30 June 2020 at 10.00 at the Company’s premises at Sveavägen 168, Stockholm.
Notification of attendance at the AGM
Shareholders who wish to attend the AGM must:
- both be registered on Wednesday, 24 June 2020 in the register of shareholders kept by Euroclear Sweden AB;
- and notify their intended participation to the Company by post to Formpipe Software AB, Årsstämma 2020, Box 23131, 104 35 Stockholm, by telephone to +46 (0)765-25 77 12 or by e-mail to email@example.com, on Wednesday, 24 June 2020 at the latest.
The notification shall include name and Swedish personal or company registration number and preferably also address and telephone number. If a shareholder intends to exercise his or her rights through an authorised representative, power of attorney and other documents of authorisation should be enclosed to the notification. Power of attorney forms are available on the Company’s website at www.formpipe.se and can be sent without cost to those shareholders who request this and state their postal address. If a shareholder wishes to exercise the right to bring along a representative (a maximum of two) to the AGM, such participation must be notified to the Company in accordance with the above. Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must temporarily re-register the shares in their own name with Euroclear Sweden AB in order to be entitled to attend the AGM. Such registration, which normally takes a few days, must be carried out by Wednesday, 24 June 2020 and should therefore be requested from the nominee in due time before this date.
Information regarding measures due to COVID-19
Due to the spread of the coronavirus, the Company has taken a number of precautionary measures ahead of the AGM to protect the health of the shareholders and the employees and to limit potential spread of the virus. The precautionary measure implies that planned speeches will be kept to a minimum and that no refreshments will be served. Participation by management, members of the Board of Directors, as well as non-shareholder will be limited. The Company encourages the shareholders to consider the possibility to use the below options to exercise their voting rights without participating physically. The Company follows the development closely any will publish updated information if necessary.
Shareholders who intend to be represented by one or more representatives must ensure that such representatives bring a signed and dated power of attorney issued by the shareholder to the AGM. Persons representing a legal entity must present a certificate of registration (or equivalent document of authorisation) stating that the persons who have signed the power of attorney are authorised signatories of the shareholder. The power of attorney and the certificate of registration (or other document of authorisation) must not be issued more than five years prior to the AGM.
The Board of Directors of the Company has, based on the temporary legislation that entered into force on 15 April 2020, resolved that the shareholders should be able to exercise their voting rights by post before the AGM. Forms and additional information on postal voting will be available on the Company’s website: www.formpipe.com. Postal votes must be received by the Company no later than 24 June 2020. Shareholders who use the possibility of postal voting and whose postal vote has been received by the Company by 24 June 2020 do not have to register separately for the AGM since such postal vote will also be considered as a notification.
Please note that registration of shares in the shareholder’s name (if the shares are nominee registered) must have been carried out in accordance with the above, even if the shareholder chooses to vote by post before the AGM.
Number of shares and voting rights
At the time of issue of this notice, there are a total of 53,173,907 outstanding shares and votes in the Company. The Company does not hold any treasury shares.
The Board of Directors’ proposal for the Agenda for the AGM:
- Opening of the shareholders’ meeting and election of chairman of the AGM
- Establishment and approval of the voting list
- Approval of the agenda
- Election of one or two persons to verify the minutes
- Determination whether the AGM has been duly convened
- Report of the chief executive officer
- Presentation of the annual accounts and the consolidated financial statements
- Presentation of the auditor’s report and the auditor’s report in respect of the consolidated financial statements
- Resolution on the adoption of the income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and balance sheet
- Resolution on allocation of the Company’s results according to the adopted balance sheet
- Resolution on discharge from liability for the members of the Board of Directors and the chief executive officer
- The Nomination Committee’s account of its work and its proposals regarding election of Directors, Chairman of the Board, auditor, fees and instruction to the Nomination Committee
- Determination of the number of Board members
- Determination of the remuneration for Board members and the auditor
- Election of Board members and the Chairman of the Board and election of the auditor
- Determination of principles for appointment of the Nomination Committee and instruction to the Nomination Committee
- The Board’s proposed resolution to authorise the Board to resolve on issues of shares and convertibles
- The Board’s proposed resolution to authorise the Board to acquire and dispose of treasury shares
- The Board’s proposed resolution regarding guidelines for remuneration to the Company’s senior executives
- The Board’s proposed resolution regarding incentive program 2020/2023 through the issue of warrants
- The Board’s proposed resolution to authorise the Board to re-purchase warrants
- The Board of Directors’ proposed resolution regarding amendment of the articles of association
- Closing of the AGM
Election of Chairman (item 1)
The Nomination Committee to the AGM 2020, consisting of Bo Nordlander, in his capacity as Chairman of the Company, Malin Ruijsenaars representing AB Grenspecialisten, Caroline Sjösten representing Swedbank Robur Fonder and Martin Bjäringer representing a shareholder group consisting of himself and Carl Rosvall, proposes that the AGM elects lawyer Johan Hessius from Cirio Advokatbyrå, as chairman of the AGM.
The Board’s proposal to resolve on allocation of the Company’s results according to the adopted balance sheet (item 10)
The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM resolves that SEK 0.60 per share is paid in dividend to the shareholders for the financial year 2019 and that the record date for the dividend shall be 2 July 2020. If the AGM resolves in accordance with the proposal, the dividend is expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on 7 July 2020.
The Nomination Committee’s proposal regarding election of Directors, Chairman of the Board, auditor, fees, and principles for appointment of the Nomination Committee and instruction to the Nomination Committee (items 13-16)
The Nomination Committee proposes the following:
Item 13 – That the Board shall consist of six (6) members and no deputy members.
Item 14 – That the remuneration is set to SEK 380,000 for the Chairman of the Board and SEK 190,000 each for the other the members of the Board that are elected by the General Meeting and are not employees in the Company. The total remuneration to the Board thus totals SEK 1,330,000. The remuneration includes work in the Audit and Remuneration Committees. Fees for the auditor are proposed to be paid in accordance to invoice.
Item 15 – That the AGM resolves to re-elect Annikki Schaeferdiek, Åsa Landén Ericsson, Peter Lindström, Erik Syrén and Bo Nordlander as members of the Board and to elect Martin Bjäringer as new member of the Board. As the Chairman of the Board it is proposed that the AGM re-elects Bo Nordlander.
That the AGM re-elects, after completed procurement of auditor and in accordance with the Board’s recommendation, the auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers AB as the auditors of the Company until the end of the AGM held in 2021. PricewaterhouseCoopers AB has announced that it intend to appoint the authorised auditor Aleksander Lyckow as the principal auditor.
Item 16 - Principles for appointment of the Nomination Committee and instruction to the Nomination Committee
The Nomination Committee proposes that the AGM resolves that the Nomination Committee shall consist of three members. In addition to these three members, the Chairman of the Board shall be an adjunct member of the Nomination Committee. The Chairman of the Board shall contact the three largest (based on number of votes held) shareholders or shareholder groups (this refers to shareholders whose shares are registered directly or in the name of a nominee) in accordance with Euroclear Sweden AB's share register as of the last trading day in September of the current year (i.e. the year the AGM on which current principles have been established has been held) and other reliable information the Company has received as of this date. Documented shareholdings through pension or endowment insurance may be taken into account. These shareholders each appoint a representative which, together with the Chairman of the Board, shall be the Nomination Committee for the period until a new committee is appointed by mandate from the next AGM. The names of the three representatives and the names of the shareholders they represent shall be announced no later than six months before the AGM 2021.
If any of the three largest shareholders or shareholder groups does not wish to appoint such a representative, the fourth largest shareholder or group of owners should be asked to appoint a representative and so on until the Nomination Committee has three members. The majority of the members of the Nomination Committee shall be independent of the Company and its management. At least one of the members of the Nomination Committee shall be independent in relation to the Company's largest (based on number of votes held) shareholder or group of shareholders who collaborate on the Company's management. The CEO or other executive management shall not be a member of the Nomination Committee. Board members can be part of the Nomination Committee but shall not constitute a majority of its members. If more than one Board member is included in the Nomination Committee, only one of them may be dependent of the Company's major shareholders. The Nomination Committee shall appoint a chairman within the group. The Chairman of the Board or other Board member shall not be chairman of the Nomination Committee.
If a member leaves the Nomination Committee before its work is completed and if the Nomination Committee considers that there is a need to replace the member, the Nomination Committee shall appoint a new member in accordance with the principles above, but based on Euroclear Sweden AB's share register as soon as possible after the member left his position. Change in the composition of the Nomination Committee shall be announced immediately.
If there is a significant change in the Company’s ownership structure after the Nomination Committee having been appointed as above, but not later than three months prior to the next AGM, and a shareholder, that after this significant change has become one of the three largest shareholders or groups of owners based on number of votes held, expresses a wish to be included in the Nomination Committee, the Nomination Committee shall offer the shareholder to be included in the Nomination Committee, either by resolving that this shareholder shall replace the shareholder in the Nomination Committee who has, after the change of ownership, the smallest stake in the Company based on the number of votes, or by resolving that the Nomination Committee should be increased by one member however, no more than seven members.
The Nomination Committee is is tasked with, ahead of the AGM, submitting proposals for election of chairman of the AGM, number of Board members, election of Chairman and other members of the Board, fees and other remuneration to each of the Board members, election of the Company’s auditor, fee to the Company’s auditor and election of members to the Nomination Committee or principals for appointment of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee shall evaluate this instruction yearly and if necessary, propose amendments to the instructions to the AGM. The Nomination Committee shall otherwise fulfil the duties that is required by the Nomination Committee in accordance with the Swedish Corporate Governance Code.
If necessary, the Company shall be responsible for reasonable costs for the work of the Nomination Committee and the external consultants that the Nomination Committee deems necessary for the Nomination Committee to fulfil its mission.
The Board’s proposed resolution to authorise the Board to resolve on issues of shares and convertibles (item 17)
The Board proposes that the AGM authorise the Board to, within the limits of the articles of association, until the next AGM, on one or more occasions, resolve to issue new shares and/or convertibles. The Board is proposed to be authorised to resolve on issues to the extent that the Company's share capital may be increased by an amount equal to not more than 10 percent of the registered share capital at the time of the 2020 AGM. The purpose of the issues shall be to acquire or finance acquisitions of all or parts of companies or businesses, through issue with or without deviation from the shareholders preferential rights, or through payment in kind or by set-off of claims or on other terms. The issues shall be made at market terms less the discount that may be required to achieve sufficient subscription interest.
The Board or someone the Board appoints is proposed to be entitled to make minor changes to the resolution above that may be required by the registration thereof with the Swedish Companies Registration Office or Euroclear Sweden AB.
Resolution under this item 17 must be supported by shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the votes cast and the shares represented at the AGM.
The Board's proposed resolution to authorise the Board to acquire and dispose of treasury shares (item 18)
The Board proposes that the AGM authorises the Board, for the period until the next AGM, on one or more occasions, to acquire and/or dispose of the Company's shares on the following principal conditions.
Purchases may be made of as many shares that the Company's holding does not exceed 10 percent of all shares of the Company. Purchases shall be made on Nasdaq Stockholm at a price within the current registered price interval being the interval between the highest bid and lowest ask price. Payment shall be made in cash.
Transfer of shares may take place on Nasdaq Stockholm at a price within the current registered price range, and beyond Nasdaq Stockholm, with or without deviation from the shareholders preferential rights and with or without provisions in kind or by set-off rights and other conditions, to be used as full or part payment for acquisition of companies or businesses. Transfer may be made of all or part of the Company's holding of treasury shares at the time of the Board's resolution.
The purpose of the authorisation is to enable the Board to adjust and improve the capital structure of the Company in order to create increased shareholder value and to dispose of shares in connection with financing of any company and business acquisitions by paying all or part of the purchase price with the Company's treasury shares. In the latter case, the Company may for example, when acquiring a company, use the shares held in treasury as payment of the purchase price and thereby creating a greater community of interest between the seller and the Company in its future operations, without diluting the existing shareholders’ holdings.
Resolution under this item 18 must be supported by shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the votes cast and the shares represented at the AGM.
The Board’s proposed resolution regarding guidelines for remuneration to the Company’s senior executives (item 19)
The Board proposes that the AGM approve the Board's proposed guidelines for
remuneration to senior executives. The guidelines encompass salary and other forms of remuneration to the CEO and other senior executives. The guidelines also encompass remuneration to Board members insofar as they receive remuneration in addition to Board fees for services relating to a position covered by these guidelines. The guidelines shall apply to agreed remuneration, and changes to already agreed remuneration, made after the adaptation of the guidelines by the AGM 2020. The guidelines do not apply to remuneration resolved by the General Meeting.
For employments governed by rules other than Swedish, remuneration may be duly adjusted for compliance with mandatory rules or established local practice, taking into account, to the extent possible, the overall purpose of these guidelines.
The guidelines’ promotion of the Company’s business strategy, long-term interests and sustainability
Formpipe’s strategy is to develop high-quality software and cloud services for organisations that place high demands on intelligent information management. Formpipe aims to grow both organically within select industries and through strategic acquisitions that reinforce our offering in Enterprise Content Management/Content Services Platforms.
A prerequisite for the successful implementation of the Company’s business strategy and safeguarding of its long-term interests, including its sustainability, is that the Company is able to recruit and retain qualified personnel. To this end, it is necessary that the Company offers competitive remuneration. These guidelines enable the Company to offer the executive management a competitive total remuneration.
Long-term share-related incentive plans have been implemented in the Company covering all employees (including the CEO and other senior executives) promoting shareholding by the employees, which in turn creates incentive to contribute to the realisation of the Company’s business strategy, long-term interests and sustainability. Such plans have been resolved by the general meeting and are therefore excluded from these guidelines. The longterm share-related incentive plan proposed by the Board and submitted to the AGM 2020 for approval is excluded for the same reason. The proposed plan essentially corresponds to existing plans.
Types of remuneration
The Company shall offer market terms to be able to recruit and retain qualified personnel. Remuneration to senior executives shall comprise of fixed salary, variable remuneration, pension benefits, severance terms and other customary benefits. The remuneration is based on the individual's commitment and performance relative to predetermined targets, both individual and joint objectives for the Company. Evaluation of individual performance is continuous. Additionally, the general meeting may – irrespective of these guidelines – resolve on, among other things, share-related or share price-related remuneration.
The fixed salary, as a rule, is evaluated once a year and must take into account the individual's qualitative performance. The fixed salary for the CEO and other senior executives should be competitive.
The variable remuneration shall take into account the individual's level of responsibility and degree of influence. The size of the variable remuneration shall be linked to predetermined and measurable criteria based on the outcome of the Company’s result and growth of repetitive income in relation to the targets set by the Board, which creates incentive to contribute to the realisation of the Company’s business strategy, long-term interests and sustainability. The satisfaction of criteria for awarding variable cash remuneration shall be measured over a period of one year. The variable cash remuneration may amount to not more than 40 percent of the fixed annual cash salary.
To which extent the criteria for awarding variable cash remuneration has been satisfied shall be evaluated/determined when the measurement period has ended. The Board is
responsible for the evaluation so far as it concerns variable remuneration to the CEO. For variable cash remuneration to other executives, the CEO is responsible for the evaluation. For financial objectives, the evaluation shall be based on the latest financial information made public by the Company. Variable remuneration is reserved in the annual report and is paid out the year after the measurement period has ended.
The CEO and other senior executives shall have defined-contribution plans. Retirement age for the CEO and senior executives is at age 65. Retirement benefit is based solely on the budgeted salary unless otherwise provided by mandatory collective agreement provisions. The pension benefits shall in total amount to not more than 35 percent of the fixed annual cash salary.
Dismissal and severance terms
At the CEO’s dismissal, at the termination by the Company, six months’ notice and six months’ severance payment apply. Other income received by the CEO during the period of severance payment is deducted from the severance payment. Upon termination from the CEO, six months’ notice applies. The Company and the other senior executives have a mutual notice period of 3 to 6 months. If the Company becomes subject of a public offer, which means that at least 30 percent of its shares are held by the same shareholder, the CEO has, at its or the Company’s dismissal, the right to a special severance payment equal to 12 fixed monthly salaries at the time of notice of termination. No deductions shall be made from such severance payment, and the payment shall be payable in full upon termination of employment and replaces the severance payment that the CEO normally is entitled to under his contract.
Additionally, remuneration may be paid for non-compete undertakings. Such remuneration shall compensate for loss of income and shall only be paid in so far as the previously employed executive is not entitled to severance pay. The remuneration shall amount to not more than 50 per cent of the fixed salary at the time of termination of employment and be paid during the time the non-compete undertaking applies, however not for more than 12 months following termination of employment.
Other customary benefits
Other benefits may include, inter alia, health care, life insurance, health insurance and car benefit. Such benefits may in total amount to not more than 15 percent of the fixed annual cash salary.
Salaries and terms of employment for employees
When preparing the Board’s proposal for these remuneration guidelines, salaries and terms of employment for the Company’s employees have been taken into account by including information about employees’ total remuneration, the remuneration components, the increase in the remuneration and the rate of the increase over time in the Board’s resolution basis for the evaluation of the reasonableness of the guidelines and the limitations resulting from them.
Preparations and resolutions
The Board has not appointed a separate remuneration committee, instead, the Board in its entirety deals with issues related to remunerationand other employment terms. The Board is to propose guidelines for remuneration to senior executives. The Board must prepare a proposal for new guidelines at least every four years and submit it to the AGM. The guidelines shall be in force until new guidelines are adopted by the General Meeting. The Board should also monitor and evaluate programs for variable remuneration to the executive management, the application of guidelines for remuneration to senior executives and the applicable remuneration structures and levels in the Company. When the Board prepare and resolves on remuneration-related matters, the CEO and other members of executive management do not attend the meetings to the extent they are affected by the matters.
Derogation from the guidelines
The Board may temporarily resolve to derogate from the guidelines, in full or in part, if in a specific case there is special cause for the derogation and a derogation
is necessary to ensure the Company’s long-term interests, including its sustainability, or to ensure the Company’s economic viability. As set out above, the remuneration committee’s tasks include preparing the Board’s resolutions in remuneration-related matters. This includes any resolutions to derogate from the guidelines.
Information on previously resolved remunerations not due for payment
Variable remuneration attributable to 2019 has been reserved in the annual report and will be paid out in close connection to the AGM 2020.
The Board’s proposed resolution regarding incentive program 2020/2023 through the issue of warrants (item 20)
The Board proposes that the AGM resolves to adopt incentive program 2020/2023 through issue of warrants to employees in the Company on the following terms.
The Board considers it to be desirable and in the interest of all shareholders that the Company’s employees have a long-term interest in the Company’s share developing well. A personal and long-term ownership engagement is also expected to stimulate an increased interest for the business and the Company’s result as a whole, increase the motivation as well as further strengthening the solidarity within the Company.
The maximum dilution effect of incentive program 2020/2023 is estimated to not more than 0.9 percent of the total number of shares and votes in the Company, provided that the warrants are fully subscribed for and exercised.
Issue of warrants 2020/2023 to employees
The issue encompasses not more than 500,000 warrants of series 2020/2023 and is made with deviation from the shareholders preferential rights, and on the following terms.
- Number of warrants to be issued
The Company shall issue not more than 500,000 warrants. Each warrant entails a right to subscribe for one (1) new share in the Company.
- Subscription right and allotment
Right to subscribe for the warrants shall, with deviation from the shareholders preferential rights, without exemption belong to all employees of the Company.
Allotment shall be made in accordance with the following:
- Employees of the Company shall be guaranteed allotment of not less than 2,000 warrants per subscriber.
- After allotment of the guaranteed warrants to the respective subscriber the remaining warrants are allocated to all subscribers who have subscribed for additional warrants pro rata in proportion to the number of warrants subscribed for. When calculating the pro rata allocation a weighting shall be used, with a maximum of 20,000 warrants per employee. It should be noted that the maximum limits only are used in the pro rata calculation and do not constitute an upper limit on the final allotment.
- Final determination of the number of warrants subscribed for shall be made by the Company’s Board by the end of the subscription period, and the Board shall resolve on any rounding deemed necessary.
- Issue price
The warrants are issued at a price equal to market value of the warrants, calculated by using the Black & Scholes warrant valuation model as of 29 June 2020, based on a subscription price at the time of exercise of 120 percent of the average volume weighted price paid for the Company’s share on Nasdaq Stockholm during the period from 22 June 2020 up to and including 29 June 2020.
- Subscription period
The warrants shall be subscribed for during the period from 1 July 2020 up to and including 8 July 2020 on a separate subscription list. The Board shall have the right to extend the subscription period.
- Exercise period
The warrants may be exercised by application for subscription for new shares during the period from and including 15 May 2023 up to and including 26 May 2023.
- Strike price
The subscription price when exercising a warrant shall be 120 percent of the average volume weighted price paid for the Company’s share on Nasdaq Stockholm during the period from 22 June 2020 up to and including 29 June 2020, but in no event less than the share’s quotient value.
- Allotment and payment
Resolution on allotment shall be made as soon as possible after the end of the subscription period and be announced to the subscribers on or around 10 July 2020. Payment for the warrants shall be made in cash not later than 31 July 2020. The Board shall have the right to extend the payment period.
- Increase of the share capital
The Company’s share capital can increase with not more than SEK 50,000, provided that the warrants are fully exercised (provided that the quotient value is not changed and that no re-calculations have been made under the complete terms for incentive program 2020/2023).
- Reasons for deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights
The reason for deviating from the shareholders preferential rights is that the Company wishes to promote the Company’s long-term interest by offering a well-balanced incentive program to the Company’s employees, giving them an opportunity to take part in a positive development of the Company’s value.
The Board or anyone appointed by the Board is proposed to have the right to make any minor changes of the resolution above that may be necessary to register the resolution with the Swedish Companies Registration Office or Euroclear Sweden AB.
- Articles of Association
The Company’s Articles of Association is available for the subscribers at the Company’s address in Stockholm.
Provided that the warrants are fully subscribed for and exercised, the Company’s share capital can increase with SEK 50,000 by issue of not more than 500,000 shares, each share with a quotient value of SEK 0.10, provided that no increase of the share capital occurs in accordance with the complete terms for the warrants in case of share issues etc. The new shares represents, if fully exercised, about 0.9 percent of the total number of shares and votes in the Company. The dilution effects have been calculated as the maximum number of shares and votes that may be issued divided by the total number of shares and votes respectively in the Company before such issue.
Resolution under this item 20 must be supported by shareholders representing at least nine-tenths of the votes cast and the shares represented at the AGM.
The Board’s proposed resolution to authorise the Board to re-purchase warrants (item 21)
The Board proposes that the AGM authorise the Board, during the period until the next AGM, on one or more occasions, to resolve to repurchase, at the current market price (which shall be based on the volume weighted average price of the Company share for a period close to the period for repurchase), up to 50 percent of the total of 500,000 warrants issued as resolved by the AGM 2018 (maximum number of warrants that can be repurchased is thus 250,000). The warrants that are subject to the resolution, entitles its holder to subscribe for new shares in the Company for SEK 17.90 per share during the period from and including 10 May 2021 up to and including 21 May 2021.
A repurchase of the warrants as above shall be conditional upon each individual warrant holder who wish to have warrants repurchased using an equivalent amount of the invested warrants to subscribe for new shares. Oversubscription is thus not possible. Example: If the warrant holder wishes to have 50 percent of warrants held repurchased, the warrant holder must use the remaining 50 percent of his warrants to subscribe for new shares. If the warrant holder wishes to have 25 percent of its warrants repurchased, the warrant holder must use at least 25 percent of the total number of held warrants to subscribe for new shares.
The Board shall be authorised to resolve on the terms of implementation and the administrative measures that may be required to implement this resolution.
The purpose of the repurchase is to limit the dilution of the Company's shares while the warrant holders are offered an opportunity to receive the value of the warrant. Repurchased warrants are to be held in the Company's custody and expire without being transferred.
The Board’s proposed resolution regarding amendment of the articles of association (item 22)
The Board proposes that the AGM resolves to amend the Company’s articles of association in order to comply with future regulatory changes.
The resolution implies that the articles of association § 9 is amended from its previous wording:
”§ 9 Participation in General Shareholder meetings
Shareholders who wish to participate in general shareholder meetings shall be recorded in the transcript or other fair representation of the complete share register representing ownership status as of five working days prior to the meeting and shall have provided notice of their intent to participate no later than 4.00 p.m. (CET) on the date specified in the Notice to convene. The date so specified shall be more than five working days before the meeting is to be held and shall not be a Sunday, Swedish public holiday, Saturday, nor Midsummer Eve, Christmas Eve, or New Year’s Eve.
Shareholders may bring one or two assistants to attend the shareholder meeting, though their attendance shall be duly noticed as for shareholder participation, above.”
The articles of association § 9 will have the following wording:
”§ 9 Participation in General Shareholder meetings
Shareholders who wish to participate in general shareholder meetings shall be recorded in the share register in accordance with the Swedish Companies Act (2005:551) and shall have provided notice of their intent to participate no later than on the date specified in the Notice to convene. The date so specified shall be more than five working days before the meeting is to be held and shall not be a Sunday, Swedish public holiday, Saturday, nor Midsummer Eve, Christmas Eve, or New Year’s Eve.
Shareholders may bring one or two assistants to attend the shareholder meeting, though their attendance shall be duly noticed as for shareholder participation, above.”
Resolution under this item 22 must be supported by shareholders representing at least nine-tenths of the votes cast and the shares represented at the AGM.
Shareholders may request that the Board and the CEO provides information about conditions that may affect the assessment of an item on the agenda for the AGM, conditions that may affect the assessment of the Company's or its subsidiaries’ financial situation and the Company’s relationship with other group companies. The Board and the CEO shall provide such information at the AGM if it can be done without material injury to the Company.
Accounting documents and audit report, auditor's opinion on the application of guidelines for remuneration to senior executives and the Board's complete proposals for resolutions under items 17-22 above and other documents in accordance with the Companies Act will be made available on the Company's office, address as above, and on the Company website www.formpipe.se at the latest from Tuesday, 9 June 2020. Copies of those documents are also sent free of charge to those shareholders who so request and provide their postal addresses. The documents will also be available and presented at the AGM.
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Stockholm in May 2020
For additional information, contact:
Christian Sundin, President and CEO of Formpipe, +46 705 67 73 85
The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 16:00 CET on May 28, 2020.
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