At Fabege AB’s Annual General Meeting on 25 March 2021, the meeting fixed the Board’s dividend proposal for 2020 at SEK 3.60 per share, to be paid on two occasions (SEK 1.80 per share on each occasion). Furthermore, it was decided that the record date for receiving the dividend will be 29 March 2021 and 27 September 2021 respectively, which means that payment is expected to be issued by Euroclear Sweden AB on 1 April 2021 and 4 October 2021.
The Annual General Meeting proposed the re-election of Board members Anette Asklin, Emma Henriksson, Märtha Josefsson, Jan Litborn and Mats Qviberg, and the election of new members Stina Lindh Hök and Lennart Mauritzson. Jan Litborn was re-elected Chairman of the Board.
The AGM resolved to appoint auditing firm DeloitteAB as the company’s auditors, with authorised public accountant Peter Ekberg as Auditor-In-Charge.
Furthermore, the AGM determined that Board fees will be paid in a total amount of SEK2,240,000, to be distributed as follows: SEK550,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK240,000 to the other five Board members; SEK200,000 as remuneration for work in the Audit Committee with SEK100,000 to be distributed to the chairman of the committee and SEK50,000 each to two members, and SEK150,000 as remuneration for work in the Remuneration Committee, with SEK70,000 to the chairman of the committee and SEK40,000 each to two members. Audit fees are to be paid in accordance with approved invoices.
The Annual General Meeting resolved that the composition of the Nominating Committee for 2022 should be according to the Nominating Committee’s proposal, that is that a committee should be appointed no later than six months prior to the 2022 AGM, and that representatives of the four largest shareholders should be offered a seat.
The Annual General Meeting approved the Board’s principles for remuneration and other terms of employment for management. The remuneration report was approved.
The Annual General Meeting resolved to grant the Board authorisation, for a period lasting no longer than until the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, to decide on the acquisition and transfer of the company’s own shares. Acquisitions may be made of so many shares that the company’s holdings amount to a maximum of the number of shares that at each point in time corresponds to 10percent of all the company’s issued shares.
The AGM resolved to amend the Articles of Association, as proposed by the Board of Directors.