The shareholders exercise their right of decision in the company’s affairs at the Annual General Meeting, which is the company’s supreme decision-making body. It decides on the matters determined in the Finnish Companies Act and the company’s Articles of Association. The main matters to be decided at the Annual General Meeting are the approval of financial statements, granting a release from liability, deciding on the distribution of profit, election of members of the Board of Directors and auditors and deciding on their remuneration.
The Annual General Meeting is held annually by the end of June. Extraordinary general meetings can be held to discuss special business as the Board of Directors sees fit or when an auditor or a shareholder with a minimum of 1/10 of the shares so demands in writing.
Under the Articles of Association, summons to an Annual General Meeting shall be delivered by publishing the invitation on the company's website or a newspaper decided upon by the Board of Directors or by sending invitations to shareholders by post. In order to participate in the meeting and exercise voting rights, shareholders are required to notify the company in advance of their participation.
The General Meeting elects the members of the Board of Directors.
The principal duty of the Management Team is to assist the President in the company’s operative management.