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Guidelines for remuneration

A sound and consistent remuneration policy is essential for all companies and is closely linked to the organization’s risk management.

Remuneration of the Board of Directors

Fees and other remuneration for the Board of Directors, including the Board Chairman, are decided upon by the Annual General Meeting. Following a resolution adopted by the Annual General Meeting on May 21, 2024, the annual fee was set at a total of SEK 2,315,000, of which SEK 630,000 to the Chairman of the Board and the other directors appointed by the Annual General Meeting SEK 337,000 each. In addition, the Chairman of the remuneration committee shall receive SEK 71,500 and the other members of the remuneration committee SEK 33,000 each, and the Chairman of the audit- and sustainability committee shall receive SEK 138,000 and the other members of the audit- and sustainability committee SEK 68,000 each.

Remuneration of senior executives

The Group has not granted any loans, extended or issued any guarantees, or provided any security to the benefit of directors, senior executives, or auditors. None of the directors, senior executives or auditors have entered into transactions with the Duni Group directly or indirectly through any affiliated company. Below are the remuneration guidelines for the CEO and other members of Management that the Annual General Meeting adopted on May 21, 2024, and apply until the next Annual General Meeting. It is proposed that these remain unchanged at the Annual General Meeting in May 2024.

Read the remuneration report 2023
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Read the remuneration report 2021
Read the remuneration report 2020