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The AGM of Nederman Holding AB (publ) (STO:NMAN) took place on 23 April 2014. A total of 7,133,655 shares were represented at the meeting, equivalent to 61.1% of all outstanding shares. The meeting approved the Board and CEO’s proposal for a shareholder dividend for 2013 of SEK 4.0 per share.
The income statement and balance sheets were adopted and the Board’s proposal for appropriation of profits was approved. The meeting approved Board fees for 2014 to be unchanged and are as follows: a fixed fee of SEK 1,400,000, of which SEK 400,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 200,000 to each of the other AGM elected Board members, with the exception of the CEO.
Susanne Pahlén Åklundh, Fabian Hielte, Ylva Hammargren, Per Borgvall, Gunnar Gremlin and Sven Kristensson were re-elected as Board members. Jan Svensson was re-elected as the Chairman of the Board. The AGM re-elected the registered accounting firm KPMG AB until the end of the AGM 2015 with authorized public accountant Dan Kjellqvist as the main accountant until further notice.
Facts about Nederman
Nederman is one of the world's leading companies supplying products and solutions in the environmental technology sector focusing on industrial air filtration. The company's products and systems contribute to reducing the environmental effects from industrial production, to creating safe and clean working environments and to boosting production efficiency. Nederman's offering encompasses everything from the design stage through to installation, commissioning and servicing. Sales are carried out via subsidiaries in 30 countries and distributors in over 30 countries. Nederman develops and produces products at its own manufacturing and assembly units in Europe, North America and Asia. The Group is listed on Nasdaq OMX, Stockholm and has around 1,950 employees.
Nederman Holding AB (publ), P.O. Box 602, SE-251 06 Helsingborg, Sweden.
Corporate registration number: 556576-4205
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