The shareholders’ meeting is the body where the shareholders exercise their influence by casting votes on central issues, inter alia, adopting the profit and loss account and balance sheet, allocation of the Company's profit and loss, discharge the members of the board of directors and the managing director from liability, election of the board of directors and auditors and determining fees to be paid to the board of directors and auditors. Notice of the annual general meeting, or an extraordinary general meeting where alteration to the articles of association is to be addressed, shall be issued not earlier than six weeks and not later than four weeks prior to the meeting.
Notice to other extraordinary general meetings shall be issued not earlier than six weeks and not later than three weeks before the meeting. Public limited liability companies whose shares are traded on a regulated market must always notify shareholders of a general meeting through an announcement in Post-och Inrikes Tidningar (i.e. the Official Swedish Gazette) and by making the notice to attend available on the Company’s website. Concurrently with the issuance of a notice to attend, the Company shall announce, in at least one national daily newspaper identified in the Articles of Association that notice to attend has taken place. According to the Articles of Association of G5, such announcement is to be made in Svenska Dagbladet. Pursuant to the Code, a company shall also, as soon as the time and venue of a shareholders’ meeting have been decided, and as regards annual general meetings no later than in conjunction with the third quarter report, post such information on the Company’s website along with information regarding the closing date for issues to be submitted by shareholders for inclusion in the notice of the meeting.
G5's Annual General meeting was exercised by postal voting in accordance with section 22 of the Act (2020:198) on temporary exceptions to facilitate the execution of general meetings in companies and other associations.