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Kitron’s annual report for 2016 was published on 21 March 2017 and described another year of progress for Kitron. Revenue growth was combined with improved margins, the latter primarily driven by cost reduction activities and improved efficiency.Annual Report 2016 – PDF3.2 mb
Kitron’s Corporate Governance principles clarify the division of roles between shareholders, the board of directors and the corporate management. The principles are also intended to help safeguard the interests of shareholders, employees and other stakeholders, such as customers and suppliers, as well as society at large. The primary intention is to increase predictability and transparency, and thereby reduce uncertainties associated with the business.
It is Kitron’s intent to practice good corporate governance in accordance with laws and regulations and the recommendations of Oslo Børs under the ‘comply or explain’ concept. This review has been prepared by the board of Kitron, and it is the board’s intention to comply with the Norwegian Code of Practice for Corporate Governance dated 30 October 2014 (“the Code”). The Code is available at www.nues.no/en/.Read more
Kitron personnel are required to report immediately any suspected violation of Kitron’s Anti-Corruption Policy. Suspected violations can be reported to the employee’s manager, his/her manager’s manager, any member of the Ethical Committee, or through this e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. When using this e-mail your concerns will be sent to the head of the Ethical committee and dealt with confidentially.
Kitron will not implement sanctions in any form against any person who, in good faith and in a responsible manner, informs persons in positions of responsibility or internal entities about possible breaches of Kitron’s Anti-Corruption Policy or applicable laws. Kitron prohibits retaliation against anyone for making a good-faith report. All reports of suspected violations are taken seriously and will be followed up, as appropriate. Reports may be made anonymously.
Any manager, who receives a report of a suspected violation of anti-corruption laws and regulations, or Kitron’s Anti-Corruption Policy, must immediately notify the head of the Ethical committee.
The Annual General Meeting of 25 April 2017 authorised the board to execute one or more share capital increases by issuing a number of shares maximized to 10 per cent of Kitron’s registered share capital at 25 April 2017. The total amount by which the share capital may be increased is NOK 1 761 926.10. The authority applies until the Annual General Meeting in 2018, but no longer than 30 June 2018. The authorization is limited to encompass capital requirements or issuance of consideration shares in relation to strengthening of Kitron ASA’s equity, acquisition of other companies or businesses, joint ventures or joint business operations, incentive programs for employees, and acquisition of property and business within Kitron ASA’s purpose.
The Annual General Meeting on 25 April 2017 authorised the board to acquire own shares, for a total nominal value of up to NOK 1 761 926.10, which is equal to 10 per cent of Kitron’s registered share capital at 25 April 2017. Under the authorisation the company shall pay minimum NOK 1.00 per share and maximum the prevailing market price per share on the day the offer is made, provided, however, that the amount does not exceed NOK 25.00 per share. The authority is valid until the Annual General Meeting in 2017 but no longer than 30 June 2018.
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