Corporate governance practices define the decision-making systems and structure through which owners directly or indirectly control a company. In a stock corporation like IFS, authority, management, and control are distributed between the shareholders, the board of directors, the CEO, and the management group in accordance with current legislation, regulations, and instructions. IFS is a Swedish public stock corporation with shares listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Compliance with applicable parts of the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance and its guidelines is an objective for IFS.
The Code contains guidelines for IFS and its employees in regard to such issues as health and safety, human rights, business practice, employee and community relations, privacy of data, and procedures to report violations of the Code.
IFS takes responsibility for its environmental impact. Decisions are made with sustainability in mind, and the company continuously strives to reduce its environmental impact. Furthermore, the company develops IFS Applications to assist customers in reducing their environmental impact, and to provide open and correct environmental information.
Agenda and proposals for resolution
The articles of association of the company were adopted at the annual general meeting held on April 3, 2008. The corporate identity number of Industrial and Financial Systems, IFS AB (publ.) is 556122-0996.
IFS’s auditing company, reelected at the 2010 annual general meeting for four years, is PricewaterhouseCoopers, represented by authorized public accountant Lars Wennberg as auditor in charge.
Presentation of the members of the board of directors of IFS
Presentation of the Executive management of IFS
The latest annual general meeting (AGM) of Industrial and Financial Systems, IFS AB was held on March 25, 2010 in Stockholm.
The annual general meeting (AGM) of shareholders was held on Friday, March 25, 2011, at 3:00 p.m.
Nomination committee for the annual general meeting 2012
According to the Swedish Companies Act, the annual general meeting shall decide each year, based on proposals from the board, on guidelines for remuneration to the president and other persons in the company’s management.
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