Remuneration for the Board members was resolved on the AGM in April 6, 2021 and is based on proposals from the Nomination Committee.
The AGM also resolved on the guidelines for remuneration to the senior management team including fixed salary, variable salary, other benefits and pension.
Total remuneration to Board members elected by the AGM 2021 amounts to SEK 3,275,000 in board fee (unchanged). The chairman of the Board will receive SEK 685,000, and each of the other Board members elected by the AGM will receive SEK 315,000.
Committee fees shall be payable with SEK 100,000 to each member of the audit committee, with SEK 150,000 to the chairman of the audit committee, with SEK 100,000 to each member of the remuneration committee and with SEK 150,000 to the chairman of the remuneration committee. The fees cover the period until the next Annual General Meeting 2022.
For the distribution of the fees, see the table below.
Remuneration to the senior management including incentive program
The remuneration to the President and other member of Group Management consist of fixed salary, variable salary, long term share based incentive program, other benefits and pension. Remuneration, including long term share based program, for 2020 is described below.
Guidelines for remuneration to the senior management team
The Board of Directors proposes that the remuneration to the President and other members of the group management, as well as other executives reporting directly to the President, shall consist of fixed salary, variable salary, other benefits and pension.
Where the Board of Directors finds it appropriate, such executives shall also be offered to participate in long term share based incentive plans, which shall be decided by the general meeting. Any variable salary should be linked to predetermined and measurable criteria and be limited to the equivalent of one fixed annual salary.
The total remuneration shall be in line with market practice and be competitive, and be related to responsibility and authority. Upon termination of employment agreements by the company, the notice period shall be no longer than 12 months. Any severance pay shall not exceed one fixed annual salary on top of the notice period.
The company shall strive to have defined contribution pension benefits. The retirement age shall be not less than 60 years and not more than 67 years.
These guidelines apply to agreements entered into after the Annual General Meeting, and in case changes are made to existing agreements after this point in time. The Board of Directors shall be entitled to deviate from the guidelines in individual cases if there are special reasons for it.