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Share Information

Nederman’s ambition is to continuously provide the financial markets, shareholders and other stakeholders with accurate, consistent and relevant information in order to increase understanding of the group and comply with the regulations for listed companies. The Nederman share has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm under the NMAN ticker since 16 May 2007. Since January 2014, the share has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm Mid Cap.

The parent company’s equity at year-end was SEK 860.4m (917.9). The market capitalisation was SEK 4,954.1m (4,721.9).

Market communication 

Nederman’s representatives meet regularly with analysts, credit providers and shareholders to give a continuous picture of developments during the financial year. Interim reports, year-end reports and annual reports are distributed to shareholders who so wish. These reports, together with the company’s press releases, are also available on the website in Swedish and English.

Ownership structure

The number of shareholders at year-end was 3,620 (3,928). Each share in Nederman entitles the holder to one vote. The share of Swedish ownership was 94.1 percent (93.7). The ten largest shareholders accounted for 77.3 percent (79.6) of the total number of shares. The largest individual shareholder is Investment AB Latour.  

Dividend and dividend policy

Nederman’s dividend policy is to pay a dividend amounting to 30–50 percent of net profit after tax, taking into account the capital structure and acquisition plans. Due to the continued major uncertainty regarding the economic effects of lockdowns and restrictions due to COVID-19, the Board of Directors’ current proposal is that no dividend be paid for the 2020 financial year. This enables Nederman to maintain financial stability and increase flexibility when new opportunities arise. The Board will continue to evaluate the situation and a further statement on dividends will be issued not later than in conjunction with the Q3 report on 22 October 2021.

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