This information has been prepared in order to describe how the corporate governance work is carried out in Intrum Justitia and how we apply the Swedish Corporate Governance Code (the "Code").
The decision-making rights of our shareholders are exercised at General Meetings of shareholders. Here you will find Annual General Meetings documents and Dividend Policy.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors shall consist of no less than five and no more than nine members with no more than four deputies.
The task of the Nomination Committee, among others, is to nominate directors for election at the next Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Corporate governance Report
The Corporate Governance of Intrum Justitia serves to strengthen the confidence through a clear allocation of responsibilities and well-balanced rules.
Presentation of Intrum Justitia AB's Group Management Team.
Risk and risk management
Intrum Justitia defines risk as all factors which could have a negative impact on the ability of the Group to achieve its business objectives.
The Annual General Meeting 2016 re-elected the accounting firm Ernst & Young AB as auditor of Intrum Justitia AB with Authorized Public Accountant Erik Åström as Chief Auditor.
At Intrum Justitia, we depend on our people to deliver on our ambitious goals in challenging environments. The objective of our reward philosophy is to ensure that our employees are rewarded for valuable contributions to our Company.
Articles of Association
The articles of association for Intrum Justitia AB adopted at the Annual General Meeting on 22 April 2015.