Here you can find more information about the ownership structure of Electrolux. The information is updated on a quarterly basis. Most of the shares owned by foreign investors are registered through foreign banks or...Read more
As of January 31, 2013, the share capital of AB Electrolux amounted to SEK 1,545m, corresponding to 308,920,308 shares of which 8,212,725 are Class A shares and 300,707,583 are Class B shares.
One A-share entitles the holder to one vote and one B-share to one-tenth of a vote. Each share has a quota value of SEK 5.00.
An A-share can at the request of the owner be converted into a B-share. The purpose of the conversion clause is to give holders of A-shares an opportunity to achieve an improved liquidity in their shareholding, as the trading in A-shares on the stock market is relatively limited.
At year-end 2012, approximately 41% of the total share capital was owned by foreign shareholders. Information on ownership is updated quarterly, see “Ownership structure“.
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Executives in Electrolux reported as insiders to the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.Read more
Trading by insiders is when Electrolux insiders buy and sell stock in Electrolux. They have a reporting duty and must report their trades to Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.Read more