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Annual general meeting held in QleanAir AB

Today, the annual general meeting of 2024 was held in QleanAir AB (the “Company” or “QleanAir”). Below follows a summary of the resolutions passed at the annual general meeting.

The annual general meeting resolved (in accordance with the proposals presented in the notice to attend the meeting kept available at the Company’s website

  • to adopt the profit and loss statement and the balance sheet and the group profit and loss statement and the group balance sheet for the financial year 2023;
  • that a total of SEK 8,915,520 of the distributable funds is distributed to the shareholders, corresponding to a dividend of SEK 0.60 per share, and to establish the record date for the right to dividend to Monday 13 May 2024. The payment of the dividends through Euroclear Sweden AB is expected to take place on Thursday 16 May 2024;
  • to grant the board members and the CEO discharge from liability for the financial year 2023;
  • that the board of directors shall consist of five ordinary members without deputy members, to re-elect Bengt Engström, Dan Pitulia, Fredrik Persson and Jan-Olof Backman and new-elect Sara Uhlén as board members, and to re-elect Bengt Engström as chairman of the board;
  • that a registered accounting firm shall be elected as auditor and to re-elect Grant Thornton as the Company’s auditor;
  • that fees payable to the board members until the end of the next annual general meeting shall amount to SEK 1,500,000 in total of which SEK 500,000 to the chairman of the board and SEK 250,000 to each of the other board members;
  • that the fees payable to the auditor are to be paid in accordance with approved invoices;
  • to adopt new principles for the appointment of and instruction for the nomination committee;
  • to adopt new guidelines for remuneration to the senior management;
  • on a long-term incentive programme for certain key individuals by way of a directed issue of no more than 70,000 warrants and approval of transfer of warrants.

As a result of one major shareholder voting against the board of directors’ proposal, the required majority was not obtained to grant an authorization for the board of directors to increase the share capital through issuance of new shares, warrants and/or convertible debentures.

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