The Annual General Meeting of Fingerprint Cards AB (publ) held on June 4, 2014 adopted the financial statements submitted for 2013.
The Annual General Meeting resolved that no dividend be paid.
Discharge from liability
The Meeting discharged the members of the Board and the President from personal liability for the 2014 fiscal year.
Election of Board members, Chairman of the Board and auditor
The existing Board members Christer Bergman, Urban Fagerstedt, Tord Wingren, Alexander Kotsinas and Johan Carlström was reelected. Urban Fagerstedt was reelected Chairman of the Board. Board members are presented on the company’s website www.fingerprints.com.
Of the Board members, Urban Fagerstedt and Johan Carlström are not independent in relation to the company’s owners.
Johan Kratz, KPMG, was reelexted to audit the company until the next annual general meeting in 2015.
The Meeting resolved to pay fees to the Board of Directors in the following amounts: SEK 350,000 for the Chairman of the Board and SEK 220,000 for each of the other Board members who are not employees of the company. It was resolved that no additional fees be paid for committee work. Fees to auditors will be paid according to agreement following approved invoices.
Election of members of the Nomination Committee
The members of the Nomination committee, Lars Söderfjell, Dimitrij Titov and Tommy Trollborg was reelected.
Guidelines for remuneration of senior executives and guidelines for appointing the Nomination Committee
The Meeting resolved to adopt the Board’s motion regarding guidelines for remuneration of senior executives and the Nomination Committee’s proposal regarding the appointment of the Nomination Committee. These motions are available in their entirety on the company’s website, www.fingerprints.com.
Authorization pertaining to issue of new shares
A resolution was passed in accordance with the Board’s motion: The Board was authorized to decide, during the period up to the next Annual General Meeting, to issue a total of up to 10,000,000 Class B shares without applying the shareholders’ preferential rights. The Board was also authorized to decide, during the period up to the next Annual General Meeting, to issue a total of up to 10,000,000 Class B shares, with preferential rights for shareholders.