Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders in Ratos
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Ratos will hold an Extraordinary General Meeting at 17.00 CET on 6 October 2010 in Norra Latin, Drottninggatan 71B in Stockholm. The complete notice of the meeting is available atwww.ratos.se where attendance can also be notified. Complete general meeting documentation will be available at Ratos's head office and on www.ratos.se from 7 September.
Background Ratos makes active efforts to ensure that financial incentives are in place for the boards and senior executives of the companies it owns. According to the Swedish Act (1987:464) on Certain Directed Issues in Stock Market Companies, etc., decisions on share-based incentive programmes in subsidiaries of a stock market company may only be made if the decision is approved by a qualified majority at a general meeting in the stock market company. The Board's proposals The Board proposes that the general meeting resolves to approve the transfer of shares in the subsidiary HL Förvaltning i Stockholm AB to employees and others in the HL Display Group. The proposal comprises a maximum of 3,000 ordinary shares corresponding to a maximum of 2% of the number of shares and number of votes in HL Förvaltning i Stockholm AB.
The Board further proposes that the general meeting resolves to approve the transfer of a maximum of 2,825,000 shares, corresponding to a maximum of 1.6%, in the subsidiary Stofa Holding ApS to employees and others in the Stofa Holding Group.
For further information, please contact Olof Stenhammar, Chairman, +46 8 700 17 45 Arne Karlsson, CEO, +46 8 700 17 00 Emma Rheborg, Head of Corporate Communications and IR, +46 8 700 17 20
Financial calendar from Ratos:
Interim Report January - September 2010 4 November 2010 Year-end report 2010 17 February 2011 Annual General Meeting 2011 5 April 2011
Ratos is a listed private equity company. The business concept is to maximise shareholder value over time by investing in, developing and divesting primarily unlisted companies. Ratos offers investors a unique investment opportunity. Ratos's equity is approximately SEK 14 billion and has a market capitalisation of approximately SEK 33 billion. Ratos's holdings include AH Industries, Anticimex, Arcus Gruppen, Bisnode, Camfil, Contex, DIAB, EuroMaint, GS-Hydro, Hafa Bathroom Group, HL Display, Inwido, Jøtul, Lindab, MCC, Medisize, SB Seating, Stofa, Superfos and Other holdings.