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29 March 2020, 09:49 CET
Annual general meeting 2020 Axactor SE
Axactor SE informed 11 March 2020 that the annual general meeting will be held at Hotel Continental in Oslo 1 April 2020 at 10.00 CET. Due to the unfortunate situation with the Coronavirus disease it is necessary to change the location for the annual general meeting.
Axactor SE informed 11 March 2020 that the annual general meeting will be held at Hotel Continental in Oslo 1 April 2020 at 10.00 CET. Due to the unfortunate situation with the Coronavirus disease (“COVID-19”), the government’s recommendation to limit physical meetings and the approval by the government 27 March 2020 to keep digital annual meeting, it is necessary to change the location for the annual general meeting. Axactor SE will consequently run the annual general meeting digital from the Axactor SE headquarters with only the absolutely necessary number of participants present.
Axactor SE gives all its shareholders the opportunity to participate online by using your smartphone, tablet or computer. By attending the online annual general meeting, you will be able to listen to a live audiocast of the meeting, see the presentation, submit questions relating to the items on the agenda and cast your votes in the real time poll of the annual general meeting. We secure identification of the shareholders. Information on how to attend electronically is available at www.axactor.com.
You have as shareholder also the possibility to vote prior to the annual general meeting or use the proxy form. The forms were attached to the notice of the annual general meeting and are available at our website www.axactor.com.
The Board of Axactor SE welcomes you to the annual general meeting of Axactor SE 1 April 2020
For additional information, please contact:
Vibeke Ly, Head of Legal, Axactor
Mobile phone: +47 911 79 195
Axactor Group is a next-generation debt management company operating in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Spain and Italy with an ambitious European growth strategy. Axactor acquires and collects on own portfolios of non-performing loans and also provides debt collection and accounts receivable management for third parties. The debt collection market is estimated to about 1,000 billion euros across Europe, providing significant opportunities for future expansion. The company has approximately 1150 employees.