Shareholder and shareholder's meeting

The shareholder's right to make decisions about Vattenfall's affairs is exercised at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and other general meetings.
Anna Borg, President and CEO, in conversation with Mats Granryd, Chairman of the Board, and Åsa Jamal, head of Group Communications

Vattenfall AB is wholly owned by the Swedish state. Through a general meeting resolution on the content of the Articles of Association, the shareholder (the owner) makes decisions on the company’s operations. The application of the Swedish state’s ownership policy and the principles for state-owned companies is decided at the General Meeting. In accordance with the Swedish state’s ownership policy, the company’s financial targets are also decided on by a general meeting.

Further information on the AGM is found in the Corporate Governance Report.
Corporate Governance Report 2022 (PDF 433 kB)

Next Annual General Meeting

Time and place for the Annual General Meeting 2024 will be published on this site no later than October 2023.

Minutes and presentations from previous Annual General Meetings are available in the corporate governance archive.

Please note that the translations are for convenience only. The Swedish documents are the originals and can be found on the page “Bolagsstyrningsarkiv”.

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