Annual general meeting 2013
The 2013 annual general meeting will be held in Moelven Industrier ASA's head office in Moelv on Tuesday 23 April 2013 at 14.00
Moelven has one share class
The articles of association do not place any form of limitation on trading in the company's shares. The shares may be freely traded to the extent that individual shareholders have not made undertakings to other shareholders.
Calling the meeting and voting rights
The routines for calling the annual general meeting and the accessibility of documentation are determined by the articles of association and follow the requirements set by the Public Limited Company Act and the regulations on general meetings.
The shortest deadline for calling an ordinary general meeting is 21 days, with a written notification to the shareholders. If documents relating to items to be discussed at the general meeting are made available to the shareholders on the company's website, the company does not need to physically send these to the shareholders. Such documents shall however be sent to a shareholder without charge if the shareholder so requests.
When calling a general meeting, the company shall give a deadline for registration that must not expire earlier than three (3) days before the general meeting. If registration is not made at the correct time, this means that the person in question does not have access to the general meeting.
To give entitlement to attend the meeting and to vote, shares must be registered in the real owner's name with the Verdipapirsentralen (VPS), the Norwegian CSD, or the shareholder must have reported or proved his or her acquisition in another way.
Items for discussion at the ordinary general meeting
The following items are discussed at the ordinary general meeting:
- Approval of the annual accounts, including allocation of annual profit or covering losses and the distribution of dividend.
- Election of members and deputy members of the corporate assembly.
- Other matters that are to be discussed at the general meeting in accordance with the law or the articles of association.
- Other matters that are named in the notification of the meeting.
Extraordinary general meeting
An extraordinary general meeting is held when the board, the corporate assembly or its chair deem it to be necessary. The board shall also call a general meeting when shareholders representing at least a twentieth of the share capital or the auditor so request in writing. At the same time, the subjects about which discussion is required shall be stated. The board shall ensure that a general meeting is held within a month of such a request being presented.