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Protocol from the Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Nordisk Skibsrederforening was held on the 23th May 2017

The Annual General Meeting of Nordisk Skibsrederforening was held at Hotel Bristol in Oslo. The Chairman of the Board, Hans Peter Jebsen chaired the meeting.

It was confirmed that the meeting had been appropriately notified and was furthermore correctly constituted.

The following two signatories were elected to sign the protocol together with the Chairman:

Per Westling, Stena RoRo
Steinar Nyrud, Höegh Autoliners

1.  Annual Report 2016

The Annual Report from the Board for 2016 was reviewed. A further statement and comments were provided by Managing Director Karl Even Rygh. The printed report was thereafter approved as the official 2016 Annual Report for the Association.

2.  Financial Statement 2016

The Financial Statement for 2016 was reviewed and commented by Managing Director Karl Even Rygh. The Auditor presented the audit report. The Financial Statement was then approved as the Associations official Financial Statement for 2016.

3. Revised Statutes and Rules

Managing Director Karl Even Rygh held a brief presentation on the proposed revised Statutes and Rules. The Meeting thereafter adopted the Statutes and Rules which come into effect as from 1 January 2018.

4. Elections

The Chairman read the report from the Nominating Committee summarizing their work. Staffan Carlson and Hans Norén were stepping down from the Board. Anders Thyberg from Wallenius Lines AB and Per Westling of Stena RoRo AB were elected as new members of the Board.

Tore Angervall, Nils P. Dyvik and Jan Hakon Pettersen were reelected as members of the Nominating Committee.

5.  Remuneration for the Board and the Auditor

It was decided to maintain the remuneration to the members of the Board at its present level of NOK 90.000 for the Chairman of the Board and NOK 70.000 for the other members of the Board.

The auditors’ fee for 2016 was confirmed and accepted at NOK 170.000.


All decisions were unanimous.

In line with the protocol of attendees a total of 36872 votes were represented at the Meeting from the total of 95845 votes in the association

The Annual Meeting was then adjourned.