According to the principles for the Nomination Committee passed at the 2010 Annual General Meeting, H&M shall have an Nomination Committee made up of the Chairman of the Board plus four other members representing each of the four largest shareholders in terms of the number of votes, as far as can be ascertained from the register of shareholders, other than the shareholder that the Chairman of the Board may represent.
Nomination committe 2010
H&M's Nomination Committee consists of:
- Stefan Persson, Chairman of the Board of H&M
- Lottie Tham, representing Lottie Tham
- Liselott Ledin, representing Alecta
- Jan Andersson, representing Swedbank Robur fonder
- Anders Oscarsson, representing AMF pension
The composition is based on shareholdings at 28 February 2010. The above Nomination Committee shall continue to exist until a new Nomination Committee is appointed.
Proposals from shareholders for the Nomination Committee may be sent either to individual members of the Nomination Committee or directly to:
H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB
106 38 Stockholm
The AGM approved the Nomination Committee’s proposed principles for the Nomination Committee, see appendix 1 in Related Information.
About the nomination committee
The Nomination Committee is the general meeting’s body that prepares the necessary information as a basis for decisions at the general meeting as regards election of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Board, auditors and the chairman of the Annual General Meeting, fees to the Board and auditors, as well as principles for the Nomination Committee.
An account of the work of the Nomination Committee ahead of each AGM is available in a separate document on every Nomination Committee page.
Starting from the 2008 Annual General Meeting, the members of H&M’s Nomination Committee are elected by the general meeting.