Annual General Meetings

The general meeting is the company’s highest decision-making body. The general meeting may resolve upon every issue for the company, which is not specifically reserved for another company body’s exclusive competence. At the annual general meeting, which shall be held within six months from the end of each financial year, shareholders exercisetheir voting rights on issues, such as adoption of income statements and balance sheets, allocation of the company’s profits or losses, discharge of liability for the board of directors and the CEO for the financial year, the appointment of members of the board of directors and auditor, and remuneration for the board of directors and the auditor. Besides the annual general meeting, extraordinary general meetings may be convened.