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The nomination committee's proposal for Södra's AGM in 2024

Södra's election committee now presents its proposal for the board and chairman. Magnus Hall is proposed to be re-elected as chairman of the board and Håkan Larsson is proposed to be elected as a new member of Södra's board.

On May 28, Södra's annual general meeting will be held in Kalmar. Before the general meeting, the nomination committee now presents its proposal for the board and chairman, which the proxies at the general meeting have to decide on.

For the board with a mandate for the coming year, the nomination committee proposes re-election of the members Magnus Hall, Kristina Alsér, Paul Christensson, Carina Olson, Hans Berggren, Mikaela Johnsson, Pål Börjesson and Hannele Arvonen. Magnus Hall is proposed as chairman of the board. The nomination committee also proposes that Håkan Larsson be elected as a new member of Södra's board.

Håkan Larsson, born in 1967, lives and runs the generational farm on which he grew up, and Södra has been a natural part of the forest ownership. Håkan has worked in the forestry sector his entire professional life, which has given him a large network of forestry contacts. For just over 20 years, Håkan worked as an employee in various roles within Södra as inspector, regional manager, forest director and strategy manager. He has been chairman of the board of a contracting company and for a number of years has been vice chairman of the Swedish FSC.

The selection committee sees that Håkan will contribute a lot with his solid knowledge of, among other things, raw material flow and timber balances. His experience in both cooperative and operational work gives him an overall picture of the strengths and challenges for Södra, which is important in board work.

"Our proposal involves a strategic board that combines forestry expertise with industrial competence. It equips Södra to successfully meet the challenges of the future and a stronger forest farm," says Magnus Johansson, chairman of the selection committee.

The nomination committee's proposal regarding authorized auditors is re-election of Madeleine Edberg, PWC and new election of Erik Bergh PWC. Katarina Jonsson from Dals-Långed and Roger Johansson from Älmhult are proposed for re-election as elected auditors.

The general meeting is Södra's highest decision-making body. The meeting determines the financial statements and distribution of profits, appoints members to the board, auditors and election committee and decides on motions.


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