Resolutions by the 2022 Annual General Meeting in SAS AB (publ)
The Annual General Meeting held on 17 March 2022, resolved in accordance with the proposal by the Nomination Committee to re-elect Carsten Dilling as Chairman of the Board and to re-elect Lars-Johan Jarnheimer, Nina Bjornstad, Monica Caneman, Michael Friisdahl, Henriette Hallberg Thygesen, Kay Kratky and Oscar Stege Unger. The Annual General Meeting also resolved in accordance with the proposal by the Nomination Committee that the Board fees shall remain unchanged in relation to last year.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to approve the presented income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet.
The Annual General Meeting resolved not to distribute any dividend to the shareholders for the financial year 1 November 2020–31 October 2021.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to discharge the Board members and the CEO from liability for the financial year 1 November 2020–31 October 2021.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to re-elect the auditing firm KPMG AB as auditor.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to adopt instructions for the Nomination Committee and that the five members of the Nomination Committee would be the Chairman of the Board, together with the shareholder representatives Åsa Mitsell, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, for the Swedish government, Adrian Lübbert, Ministry of Finance, for the Danish government, Jacob Wallenberg, for Wallenberg Investments AB, and Gerald Engström, representing himself and Färna Invest AB.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to approve the Board’s report for renumeration for senior executives.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to approve the Board’s proposal to amend the Articles of Association.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to reject the shareholder proposal from Thorwald Arvidsson on publication of list of so called yellow and blue free passes (Sw. gula och blå frikort).
Further, the Annual General Meeting resolved to reject the shareholder proposal from Thorwald Arvidsson on special examination (Sw. särskild granskning).
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