Board committees

The Board of Directors has set up three committees which prepare issues in their respective areas for decisions by the Board; the renumeration committee, audit committee and offer committee.

Remuneration committee

The remuneration committee prepares questions about the remuneration and other terms of employment for management, bonus outcome for management as well as any share-based bonus programmes.

The committee consist of three members until the next Annual General Meeting; Susanne Holmberg (chair), Anders Bülow and Göran Bille.

The committee works according to written rules of procedure stipulated by the Board. The committee does not have the authority to make decisions, other than as part of the remuneration policy adopted by the Annual General Meeting for management persons.

Audit committee

The audit committee monitors the financial reporting by the company and the internal controls with regard to financial reporting.

The committee consist of three members until the next Annual General Meeting; Pia Rudengren (chair), Anders Bülow and Göran Bille.

The committee works according to written rules of procedure stipulated by the Board. The committee minutes are distributed to the Board and reporting is at each board meeting.

Offer committee

The offer committee has the main duty of preparing questions concerning KappAhl’s offer to the market.

The committee consist of four members until the next Annual General Meeting; Susanne Holmberg (chair), Cecilia Kocken, Kicki Olivensjö and Thomas Gustafsson. The CEO, Vice President Marketing and Vice President Assortment and Design will be co-opted to the committee.

AGM 2018

KappAhl's Annual General Meeting 2018 will be held on Thursday, 6 December 2018 at KappAhl's head office in Mölndal, Idrottsvägen 14.

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