Corporate governance structure

Resurs Holding is a Swedish, publicly traded limited liability company. The company’s corporate governance practices are predominately based on Swedish law, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority’s regulations, the company’s Articles of Association and internal governance documents.

Resurs Holding is following the Swedish Companies Act (2005:551), the Annual Accounts Act (1995:1554) and the company’s Articles of Association. Resurs Holding is also following Nasdaq OMX Stockholm’s Rule Book for Issuers and the Swedish Corporate Governance Code, as well as other applicable Swedish and foreign laws and regulations related to listed companies.


Swedish Corporate Governance Code

The Swedish Corporate Governance Code (“the Code”) applies to all Swedish companies whose shares are listed in a regulated marketplace in Sweden and must be observed as of the first day of trading. The Code outlines a standard for sound corporate governance at a higher level of ambition than that of the Swedish Companies Act and the minimum criteria stipulated in other regulations. The Swedish Corporate Governance Code is based on the comply or explain principle, meaning that the company is not compelled to always comply with every rule of the Code, and is instead free to opt for other solutions that are deemed to better suit the circumstances in a particular case, provided that the company transparently reports every such deviation, describes the alternate solution, and states the reasons for said actions in its corporate governance report.

Resurs Holding are applying to the Swedish Corporate Governance Code. Resurs Holding strives to comply with the Code and does not anticipate deviating from any of its rules.

Read more in Resurs Holding’s Corporate Governance Reports.