Press invitation to Vattenfall’s Extraordinary General Meeting

An Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of Vattenfall AB will take place on Thursday, December 22 at CEST 09.30 at Vattenfall’s Head Office, Evenemangsgatan 13 in Solna. The EGM will also be broadcasted live on the web at group.vattenfall.com/se

The meeting will decide on the Board of Director’s proposal to transfer funds from the company's restricted capital to unrestricted capital in the parent company Vattenfall AB. The transfer is done to improve Vattenfall's ability to pay a dividend in 2023, since dividends can only be taken from a company's unrestricted capital, according to corporate law provisions.

Anyone wishing to attend must register in advance via Vattenfall's Press Office at press@vattenfall.com

On the day of the EGM the registration will open at CET 08.45 and the doors will close at CET 09.20. The confirmation of the attendance by a relevant ID is required.

The EGM is held in Swedish and will be broadcast live on the web. A recorded version will be published later during the day at group.vattenfall.com/se

In order to listen in to the meeting, please use the following numbers and identification code:

Sweden: +46 (0)8 5051 0031

UK: +44 80) 20 3321 5273

ID: 145 527 599#

The proposed agenda and further details regarding Vattenfall's corporate governance can be found at group.vattenfall.com


For further information, please contact:

Vattenfall's Press Office, phone +46 8 739 50 10

press@vattenfall.com

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