At GreenGold Group AB we are committed to maintaining the highest standards of corporate governance, ensuring transparency, integrity, and accountability in all our business activities. With inspiration from the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance, we have established three key committees as an integral part of our governance framework: the Audit Committee, the Remuneration Committee, and the Nomination Committee. These committees play a vital role in providing oversight and guidance to our Board of Directors and executive management.
|Audit Committee||Remuneration Committee||Nomination Committee|
|Guðmundur Jónsson*||Göran Persson*||
Representatives of the 4 largest shareholders
|Fredrik Persson||Martin Randel|
The Audit Committee is responsible for overseeing the company’s financial reporting process, internal control systems, and risk management. This committee works to ensure that our financial statements are accurate, complete, and prepared in accordance with applicable accounting standards and regulations. The main functions of the Audit Committee include:
Reviewing and monitoring the financial reporting process and the quality of financial statements;
Assess the effectiveness of the Company’s internal controls and risk management with regards to financial reporting
Overseeing the company’s relationship with the external auditor, including the selection, appointment, and evaluation of their performance;
Ensuring the independence and objectivity of the external auditor;
The Remuneration Committee is responsible for reviewing and making recommendations on the remuneration of the CEO, and other senior executives. The committee ensures that the company’s remuneration policies and practices align with its long-term strategy and shareholder interests. The main functions of the Remuneration Committee include:
Developing and reviewing the company’s remuneration policy and guidelines;
Preparing proposals for the remuneration of the CEO, and other senior executives;
Evaluating the performance of the CEO and other senior executives in relation to the company’s objectives and remuneration policy;
Ensuring that the company’s remuneration practices promote long-term value creation and align with shareholder interests.
The Nomination Committee is responsible for identifying, evaluating, and recommending suitable candidates for the Board of Directors and its committees. The committee ensures that the composition of the Board of Directors and its committees reflects the necessary skills, experience, diversity, and independence to effectively govern the company. The main functions of the Nomination Committee include:
Assessing the size, composition, and effectiveness of the Board of Directors and its committees;
Identifying and evaluating potential candidates for the Board of Directors and its committees, taking into consideration the required skills, experience, diversity, and independence;
Preparing proposals for the appointment, reappointment, or replacement of Board members and committee members;
Preparing proposals for the remuneration of Board members and Chairman of the Board.
Preparing proposals for the election of auditors, with input from Audit Committee and Management.