Annual General Meeting 2016

Collector´s Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held 28 April 2016 at the West Sweden Chamber of Commerce in Gotheburg. The most important resolutions from the Annual General Meeting are summarized below.

Årsstämma 2016

Adoption of balance sheet and income statement

The Annual General Meeting (the “Meeting”) approved the income statement and the balance sheet for the parent company, as well as of the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet for the fiscal year 2015.

Board of Directors and Auditor

The Meeting resolved in accordance with the Nomination Committee's proposal and decided to reelect Board members Lena Apler, Christoffer Lundström, Vilhelm Schottenius and Erik Selin. Helena Levander, Johannes Nyberg och Claes Kinell had declined reelection. The Meeting elected Azita Shariati and Cecilia Lager as new Members of the Board. Lena Apler was elected as Chairman of the Board. For a more detailed presentation of the Board Members, please refer to www.collector.se The Annual General Meeting appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers AB as auditors for the period until the next Annual General Meeting has been held. In accordance with the Election Committee the Meeting decided a fixed Board fee of SEK 300,000 each to the Chairman of the Board and other Board members and that remuneration of the auditor shall be payable in accordance with an approved invoice.

Guidelines for remuneration of senior executives

The Annual General Meeting adopted the nomination committee’s proposal that the remuneration to senior managers shall consist of a fixed salary, pension and other benefits. To avoid encouraging unsound risk taking by senior managers, no variable remuneration will be paid.

Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve to issue new shares

The Annual General Meeting resolved to authorize the Board of Directors to issue new ordinary shares, no later than the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, with our without deviation from existing shareholders’ preferential rights, against cash or non-cash consideration or a set-off. The maximum number of shares that may be issued is 9,335,000 ordinary shares in total.