The Annual General Meeting 2017 re-elected the accounting firm Ernst & Young AB as auditor of Intrum Justitia AB.
The auditor was elected for a term ending at the conclusion the Annual General Meeting 2018. Ernst & Young AB has been the auditor of Intrum Justitia since the Annual General Meeting 2012. Jesper Nilsson serves as the auditor-in-charge.
The auditor is independent. The amount of fees paid to auditors during the last two years follows from note 29 in the annual report (see below). The auditor is obligated to test its independence prior to every decision to provide independent advice to Intrum Justitia unrelated to its auditing assignment.
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Audit assignments refer to the examination of the annual report and accounting records as well as the administration by the Board and the President, other tasks related to the duties of the company's auditors and consultation or other services that may result from observations noted during such examinations or implementation of such other tasks. All other tasks are defined as other assignments.