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2016-04-11

Notice to attend the Annual General Meeting in Auriant Mining AB (publ.)

the Annual General Meeting in Auriant Mining AB (publ.)

The shareholders in Auriant Mining AB (publ.) (”Company”), 556659-4833, are
hereby given notice to attend an Annual General Meeting on Thursday, May 12,
2016 at 2.30 p.m. in Näringslivets Hus, Storgatan 19, 114 85 Stockholm.
Registration for the meeting commences at 2.00 p.m.

NOTICE

Shareholders wishing to participate in the meeting must:

(i) Be entered in the shareholders’ register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB (the
Swedish Central Securities Depositary & Clearing Organization) on the record
day Wednesday May 4, 2016. Shareholders who have had their shares registered
in the name of a nominee must, well in advance of May 4, 2016, through the
nominee, temporarily register the shares in their own name in order to be
entitled to participate in the meeting.

(ii) Notify the Company of their attendance no later than 4 pm on May 4, 2016,
via email at the address agm@auriant.se, via tel 08-624 26 80 or via letter to
Auriant Mining AB, Box 55696, 102 15 Stockholm, Sweden. Notification must
include full name, personal ID number or corporate registration number, address
and telephone number and, if applicable, information about proxy,
representative and assistant.

In order to facilitate entry to the meeting, notification should, when
appropriate, be accompanied by powers of attorney, registration certificate and
other authorization documents. Forms for power of attorney can be downloaded
from the Company’s website www.auriant.com. A person representing a legal
entity must present a registration certificate, not older than one year, or
equivalent documentation indicating the signatory right.

Number of shares and votes

At the time of issuing the notice to attend the Annual General Meeting, the
Company has a total 17,802,429 registered shares, with one vote per share.

Shareholders’ information right

According to Chapter 7 section 32 of the Swedish Companies Act (2005:551),
shareholders present at the Annual General Meeting have the right to request
information regarding the matters on the agenda or the company's financial
situation.

PROPOSED AGENDA

1) Opening of the Annual General Meeting.

2) Election of the chairman of the meeting.

3) Preparation and approval of the voting register.

4) Approval of the agenda.

5) Election of one or two persons to attest the minutes of the meeting.

6) Determination of whether the meeting has been duly convened.

7) Presentation of the annual report and audit report and the consolidated
accounts and group audit report and in connection with this:

a) address by the chairman of the board and report on the board’s work;

b) address by the CEO;

c) report by the auditor regarding the audit work.

8) Resolution on:

a) adoption of profit and loss account and balance sheet and consolidated
profit and loss account and consolidated balance sheet,

b) allocation regarding the Company’s profit/loss in accordance with the
adopted balance sheet,

and

c) discharge of liability for the board members and the managing director.

9) Report regarding the work of the nomination committee.

10) Resolution on the number of board members and deputies.

11) Resolution on remuneration to the board of directors, deputy and the
auditor.

12) Election of board members, deputy and chairman of the board.

13) Election of auditors.

14) Resolution on nomination committee.

15) Resolution on guidelines for remuneration to executive management.

16) Closing of the Annual General Meeting.

PROPOSALS BY THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE

The nomination committee consisting of Erik Wigertz, chairman of the committee
(representing Bertil Holdings Ltd), Bernt Plotek (representing Svea Lands S.A.)
and Lord Peter Daresbury, chairman of the board of directors of Auriant Mining
AB, have submitted the following proposals:

2. Election of the chairman of the meeting

The nomination committee proposes that advocate David Andersson be appointed
chairman of the meeting.

10. Resolution on the number of board members and deputies

The nomination committee proposes that the board shall consist of three (3)
members with one (1) deputy board member.

11. Resolution on remuneration to the board of directors, including deputies,
and the auditor

The nomination committee proposes that the remuneration to the chairman of the
board Lord Peter Daresbury shall be SEK 400,000, to the ordinary board member
Ingmar Haga SEK 250,000, and SEK 200,000 to the ordinary board member Preston
Haskell. The nomination committee further proposes that the remuneration to
the deputy board member shall be SEK 100,000. If any committee is established
by the board, it is proposed that remuneration to each member of the committee
shall be paid in the amount of 25,000 SEK per annum for participation in it.

The nomination committee proposes that the auditor’s fees be approved in line
with agreement between the company and the auditor.

12. Election of board members, deputies and chairman of the board

The nomination committee proposes re-election of Lord Peter Daresbury, Preston
Haskell and Ingmar Haga as members of the board, and re-election of James
Provoost Smith as deputy board member. The nomination committee proposes that
Lord Peter Daresbury be elected the chairman of the board.

13. Election of auditors

The nomination committee proposes re-election of the accounting firm Öhrlings
PricewaterhouseCoopers AB and Martin Johansson as principal auditor.

14. Resolution on nomination committee

It is proposed by the nomination committee that it shall consist of the
chairman of the board and three members, each representing one of the three
owners with the largest voting power. The selection of the three largest
shareholders shall be made on the basis of the share register of the Company
kept by Euroclear Sweden AB as of the last banking day in September 2016. At
the earliest convenient date after the end of September 2016 the Chairman of
the Board shall contact the three shareholders with the largest number of
voting rights, as determined above, and will request that they each appoint a
member to the nomination committee. If any of the three shareholders with the
largest voting power decline their right to appoint a member to the nomination
committee, the shareholder with the next largest voting power shall be provided
with the opportunity to appoint a member. If such shareholder also declines
its right to appoint a member to the nomination committee or does not respond
to the request within a reasonable time then the nomination committee shall be
constituted by the remaining members. Unless the nomination committee members
decide otherwise, the chairman of the nomination committee shall be the member
that represents the shareholder with the largest voting power in the Company.
If a member leaves the nomination committee before its work is completed and if
the nomination committee considers that there is a need to replace this member,
then the nomination committee shall appoint a new member.

The nomination committee shall prepare the following proposals to be submitted
to the 2017 Annual General Meeting for resolution:

a) proposal regarding chairman of the Annual General Meeting,

b) proposal regarding the number of board members,

c) proposal regarding election of board members, deputies and chairman of the
board of directors,

d) proposal regarding directors’ fees for each of the directors and deputies as
well as remuneration for committee work,

e) proposal regarding election of auditors,

f) proposal regarding auditor’s fees, and

g) proposal regarding nomination committee.

No remuneration shall be paid to the members of the nomination committee. The
nomination committee may charge the Company reasonable costs for travelling and
investigations.

PROPOSALS BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

8b. Resolution on allocation of profit/loss for 2015

The board of directors and the managing director propose that the Company’s
non-restricted equity of SEK -38,432,897.94 is carried forward and that no
dividend is paid for the financial year.

15. Resolution on guidelines for remuneration to the executive management

The board of directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting approves the
guidelines for remuneration to the executive management of the Auriant Mining
group (”Group”), essentially containing the following:

The guidelines shall apply to remuneration and other employment terms and
conditions for the managing director and other members of the Group’s
management (”Group Management”) and shall apply until the Annual General
Meeting of 2016.

Guidelines

The guidelines shall apply to all employment contracts which are entered into
after the meeting’s resolution and in those cases where amendments are made to
the existing terms and conditions after that point in time. The Company shall
aim to offer a total remuneration, which is reasonable and competitive based on
the circumstances in the individual country and in that respect shall also be
able to offer a so-called "Sign on" bonus in order to recruit the best
personnel. The remuneration shall vary in relation to the performance of the
individual and the Group. It is proposed that the total remuneration to the
Group Management shall consist of the components stated below.

Fixed salary

The fixed salary (”Base Salary”) shall be adjusted to the market and be based
on responsibility, competence and performance. The fixed salary shall be
revised every year.

Variable salary

The variable salary shall relate to the Company’s return on production result,
reserves and production goals, and specific goals within each executive’s area
of responsibility. The variable salary shall be paid annually and shall amount
to a maximum of one annual Base Salary.

Long-term incentives

The board of directors intends, on a regular basis, to assess the need of
long-term incentive programs that shall be proposed to the general meeting.

Insurable benefits

Old-age pension, healthcare benefits and medical benefits shall, if applicable,
be prepared in a manner that reflects the rules and practice in the home
country. If possible, the pension plans shall be premium determined. In
individual cases, depending on the tax and/or social insurance laws which apply
to the individual, other adjusted pension plans or pension solutions may be
approved.

Other benefits

The company shall be able to provide individual members of the Group Management
or the entire Group Management with other benefits. These benefits shall not
constitute a substantial part of the total remuneration. The benefits shall
further correspond to what is normal on the market.

Termination and severance pay

Notice of termination of employment shall be no more than twelve months upon
termination initiated by the Group and no more than six months upon termination
initiated by a member of the management. Severance pay may only be paid out
upon termination by the Company or when a member of the Group Management
resigns due to a significant change of his/her working conditions, which means
the he/she cannot perform adequately.

Derogation from the guidelines

The board of directors shall be entitled to derogate from these guidelines if
special reasons exist in an individual case.

Available documents

Accounts, audit reports, statement of the auditor and complete proposals for
resolutions will be available at the offices of Advokatfirman Vinge at
Smålandsgatan 20, 111 87 Stockholm and at the Company's website
www.auriant.com as of April 21, 2016 and will be sent in connection therewith
to the shareholders who so request and state their postal address. The
documents will also be available at the Annual General Meeting.

Stockholm in April 2016

Board of Directors

Författare SSE

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