Fagerhult: Decisions at Shareholders' General Meeting 24 April 2012

Tue Apr 24, 2012 1:05pm EDT

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Fagerhult: Decisions at Shareholders' General Meeting 24 April 2012

Regulatory News:

At the shareholders´ general meeting at AB Fagerhult (STO:FAG) on the 24 of April 2012 a dividend of SEK 6.50 per share was decided.

As members of the board were re-elected Anna Malm Bernsten, Eric Douglas, Björn Karlsson, Eva Nygren, Fredrik Palmstierna, Johan Hjertonsson and Jan Svensson. Jan Svensson was re-elected as chairman of the board.

To nominating committee were re-elected Gustaf Douglas, Jan Svensson and Björn Karlsson. They were authorized to elect further one or two members.

The shareholders´ general meeting decided to give the board the right to repurchase own shares at maximum 10 % of the share capital during the time until next shareholder’s general meeting.

In accordance with the Board’s proposal, the Annual General Meeting decided to initiate a long-term incentive plan (“The Performance Based Share Program 2012”) as well as transfer of own shares on account of this Program.

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Fagerhult is one of Europe’s leading lighting groups with approximately 2,200 employees and operations in 17 countries. We create modern products and exciting, energy-efficient and environmentally-adapted lighting installations, successfully integrated into their individual environments. The Group includes such strong brands as Fagerhult, Ateljé Lyktan, LTS, Whitecroft Lighting and Designplan Lighting. AB Fagerhult is listed on the Nasdaq OMX Nordic Exchange in Stockholm.

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Fagerhult
Johan Hjertonsson CEO
tel: 46 36 10 87 06
mobile: 46 70 229 77 93
e-mail: johan.hjertonsson@fagerhult.se
or
Håkan Gabrielsson CFO
tel: 46 8 52 23 59 48
mobile: 46 70 84 40 918
e-mail: hakan.gabrielsson@fagerhult.se

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