Governance structure

The governance of Electrolux is based on the Swedish Companies Act, the rule book for issuers at NASDAQ and the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance (the “Code”), as well as other relevant Swedish and foreign laws and regulations.

Governance structure

The AGM in 2014 re-elected PricewaterhouseCoopers AB (PwC) as the Group’s external auditors for a four-year period, until the AGM in 2018. Authorized Public Accountant Anders Lundin is the auditor in charge of Electrolux.

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The Electrolux Corporate Reporting is comprised of approximately 156 companies with operations in over 150 countries. The parent company of the Group is AB Electrolux, a public Swedish limited liability company. The company's shares...

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The Articles of Association of a Swedish limited liability company include certain rules governing the business activities of the company.

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Electrolux is founded on the principles ethics, integrity, respect, diversity, safety and sustainability. These principles are embedded into the company through an effective governance system so that the same rules apply, no matter where...

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A sustainable approach starts at home: with safe workplaces, mutual respect and common values. Four central company codes lay the groundwork of how Electrolux is to conduct its business sustainably and responsibly.

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