Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

Alligo’s corporate bodies comprise the General Meeting of Shareholders, the Board of Directors, the President & CEO and the auditors. At the Annual General Meeting the shareholders elects a Board of Directors and its chairman. The Board of Directors appoints a President and Executive Vice Presidents. The Annual General Meeting commissions the auditors to examine the financial statements and the management of the Board of Directors and the President during the financial year.

Alligo AB is a public limited liability company and is regulated by Swedish legislation, primarily through the Swedish Companies Act (2005:551). The Company’s class B shares are admitted to trading on Nasdaq Stockholm and thus the Company also applies Nasdaq Stockholm’s Rule Book for Issuers and the Swedish Corporate Governance Code. The Swedish Corporate Governance Code is to be applied by companies whose shares are traded in a regulated market. The Code is part of the self-regulation system of Swedish trade and industry, and is based on the “comply or explain” principle. This means that a company that applies the Code may deviate from individual rules, but is required to provide an explanation for each deviation.

  • Corporate Governance Reports

  • Annual General Meeting 2022

    Alligo’s Annual General Meeting 2022 was held on Wednesday, 11 May 2022 at Kapitel 8, Klarabergsviadukten 90, Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Board of directors

    The company’s board currently consists of members Göran Näsholm (chairman), Stefan Hedelius, Christina Åqvist, Johan Sjö, Cecilia Marlow and Pontus Boman, most recently elected at the Annual General Meeting on May 11, 2022, as well as member and staff representative Johanna Främberg.

  • Group management

    Alligo’s management consists of 9 members, lead by Clein Johansson Ullenvik, President & CEO.