Voting rights

At the General Meeting, each Series A share represents one vote and each Series B share one tenth of a vote.

In compliance with the Swedish Companies Act, decisions at a General Meeting are usually made by simple majority. In some cases, however, the Swedish Companies Act or the Articles of Association stipulates either a certain level of attendance in order to reach a quorum or a qualified majority of votes.

A shareholder may utilise all votes that correspond to the shareholder’s shareholding and that are duly represented at the General Meeting.