General Meeting of Shareholders

The functions of a shareholders' meeting as the company's supreme decision-making authority are defined in the Companies Act and Efore's Articles of Association. At shareholders' meetings, shareholders are able to exercise their right to speak and vote.

Annual General Meeting convenes annually and matters decided upon by the AGM include e.g. adopting the financial statements, distribution of dividend, electing auditors and Board members and determining their remuneration and discharging the Board of Directors from liability.

The Chairman of the Board and the President and CEO shall be present at the Annual General Meeting and also other Board Members, if possible and also such persons as have been proposed for Board membership for the first time.

In addition to the Annual General Meeting, extraordinary shareholders' meetings may be organized as necessary.