Corporate governance of Arjo
The corporate governance of Arjo is based on Swedish legislation, Arjo’s Articles of Association, the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance (the “Code”) and Nasdaq Stockholm’s Rule Book for Issuers as well as other relevant regulations and recommendations.
The Code is based on the “comply or explain” principle, meaning that companies are not obliged to at all times apply every rule in the Code, but are allowed the freedom to choose alternative solutions which they find more suitable with regard to the Company’s particular circumstances, provided they report every deviation, describe the alternative solution, and explain the reasons for the deviation. Deviations from the Code will be reported in the Company’s annual corporate governance reports.
Articles of Association
Find the Arjo Articles of Association which were adopted by an Extraordinary General Meeting on September 29, 2017 here.
The Arjo General Meeting is the highest decision-making body through which the shareholders exercise their influence over the company.
Board of Directors
In this section you will find bios and information for each member of Arjo's Board of Directors.
The Nomination Committee ahead of the Annual General Meeting 2018 shall be comprised of representatives of the five largest shareholders listed in the shareholders' register maintained by Euroclear as of December 31, 2017.
The auditors review the annual report, accounting and consolidated accounts as well as the management by the Board of Directors and the CEO in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards.
Arjo Management Team
Find information about the members of the Arjo Management Team here.
Principles for remuneration to senior executives resolved by the Extraordinary General Meeting on August 30, 2017 can be found here.
Corporate governance report
Download the latest corporate governance report here.