Resolutions at Inwido’s Extraordinary General Meeting (Cision)
Inwido AB has today, Tuesday 21 January 2020, held an Extraordinary General Meeting (“EGM”) in respect of the Nomination Committee’s proposal on election of new board members.
In accordance with the proposal from the Nomination Committee, the EGM resolved to elect Kerstin Lindell and Christer Wahlquist as new board members for the period up until the end of the next Annual General Meeting. Following the EGM’s resolution, Inwido’s board of directors now, in addition to the employee representatives, consist of Georg Brunstam (chairman), Benny Ernstson, Kerstin Lindell, Henriette Schütze, Christer Wahlquist and Anders Wassberg.
Furthermore, the EGM resolved that the board fees (including remunerations for committee work) per board member shall continue to apply in accordance with the resolution by the Annual General Meeting of 3 May 2019. For the new board members, fees are to be payable pro rata for each member’s actual period of service relative to the entire period from the close of the 2019 Annual General Meeting to the close of the next Annual General Meeting.
About the new board members
Kerstin Lindell was born in 1967, holds a Master of Science in Engineering, a licentiate degree in engineering, as well as a MBA. Since 2007, Kerstin Lindell has been President and CEO of Bona AB. She is also a Board member in Hexpol AB and Peab AB. Kerstin Lindell is independent both in relation to the company’s major shareholders, as well as to the company and its management. Kerstin Lindell’s holdings (including those of related parties) in the company amount to 4,000 shares.
Christer Wahlquist was born in 1971, holds a Master of Science in Engineering and a MBA. Since 2016, Christer Wahlquist has been President and CEO of Nolato AB, where he has been employed since 1996. Christer Wahlquist is independent both in relation to the company’s major shareholders, as well as to the company and its management. Christer Wahlquist’s holdings (including those of related parties) in the company amount to 400 shares.