The Board of Directors consists of nine members, without deputies, who are elected by the Annual General Meeting for a period of one year. Three members with deputies are appointed by the Swedish employee...Read more
The Electrolux Board is comprised of nine members without deputies, who are elected by the AGM, and three members with deputies, who are appointed by the Swedish employee organizations in accordance with Swedish labor law.
The AGM elects the Chairman of the Board. Directly after the AGM, the Board holds a meeting for formal constitution at which the Deputy Chairman of the Board is elected, among other things. The Chairman of the Board of Electrolux is Ronnie Leten and the Deputy Chairman is Torben Ballegaard Sørensen.
All members of the Board, except for the President, are non-executive members. Four of the nine Board members are not Swedish citizens.
The Board is considered to be in compliance with relevant requirements for independence.
All Directors have been considered independent, except for Keith McLoughlin, Ronnie Leten and Petra Hedengran. Petra Hedengran has been considered independent in relation to the company and the administration of the company, but not in relation to major shareholders of Electrolux. Keith McLoughlin has been deemed to be independent in relation to major shareholders of Electrolux, but not, in his capacity as President and CEO, in relation to the company and the administration of the company.
Ronnie Leten has been deemed to be independent in relation to major shareholders of Electrolux, but not in relation to the company and the management of the company since he is President and CEO of Atlas Copco AB and one member of the Electrolux Corporate Reporting Management is a board member of Atlas Copco AB. Keith McLoughlin has no major shareholdings, nor is he a part-owner in companies having significant business relations with Electrolux. Keith McLoughlin is the only member of Group Management with a seat on the Board.
The Board has established a Remuneration Committee and an Audit Committee. The major tasks of these committees are preparatory and advisory, but the Board may delegate decision-making powers on specific issues to the committees. The issues considered at committee meetings shall be recorded in minutes of the meetings and reported at the following Board meeting. The members and Chairmen of the Committees are appointed at the statutory Board meeting following election of Board members.
The Board has also determined that issues may be referred to ad hoc committees dealing with specific matters.
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