The shareholders of Zhoda Investments AB passed the following main resolutions at the annual general meeting held earlier today.
– Approval of the annual report and resolution that no dividend is paid for the financial year
– Discharge from liability for the board members and the CEO
– Re-election of the board members Björn Lindström, Simon Escott, Peter Geijerman, Zenon Potoczny och Katre Saard and that Björn Lindström is re-appointed as chairman of the board
– Re-election of the authorized auditing firm Ernst & Young AB
– Resolution that board fees be paid to the chairman in the amount of SEK 100,000 (unchanged compared to previous year) and SEK 50,000 (unchanged compared to previous year) to each of the other directors with the exception of Zenon Potoczny who is employed in the group. Fees will thus total SEK 250,000. Resolution that the auditors are paid in accordance with approved invoices
– Amendment of the limits for capital and shares in the articles of association in accordance with the proposal from the board
– Authorization for the board of directors to resolve on issue of new shares with preferential rights for shareholders in accordance with the proposal from the board
The minutes will be made available on the company’s website www.zhodainvestments.com.
For more information, please contact:
Robert Karlsson, CEO Zhoda Investments AB
+46 709 565 141, email@example.com
About Zhoda Investments
Zhoda Investments invests in selected unlisted European ventures and drives growth and profitability through active ownership and an entrepreneurial approach. The group holds a 45 per cent in the Lelyaki oil field in Ukraine with 2P proven and probable oil reserves of 8 million barrels net to the company. Zhoda also holds 80 per cent in a Dalmatian organic winery with a 47-hectare state of the art vineyard with local grapes. Zhoda Investments is actively pursuing new investments. The company’s shares are traded on Pareto Securities OTC. For more information, visit www.zhodainvestments.com.
This is an English translation of the Swedish original. In case of discrepancies, the Swedish original shall prevail.