Corporate Governance.

General meetings

The annual general meeting (“AGM”) is Andfjord Salmon’s highest governing body, in which shareholders exercise their influence in the company. 

The AGM shall be held within six months after the end of the fiscal year. The notice for a general meeting, with reference to or attached support information on the resolutions to be considered at the meeting, shall as a principal rule be sent to shareholders no later than 7 days prior to the date of the general meeting. 

Extraordinary general meetings are convened if necessary, according to the Articles of Association, the Companies Act or if claimed by all the shareholders.

The following decisions are made at the AGM:

  • Election of members to the board of directors
  • Approval of the annual accounts and the board of directors’ report for the previous financial year
  • Determination of remuneration to the board of directors
  • Election of members and determination of remuneration to the members of the nomination committee
  • Election of the external auditor and the auditor’s remuneration

Notice of the meeting is sent to all shareholders individually, or to their depository banks. All shareholders are entitled to submit items to the agenda, meet, speak and vote at general meetings.

Minutes from latest general meetings