The Company's name is Kinnevik AB. The Company is a public company (publ).
The primary object of the Company's business shall be to generate profit for the shareholders.
The object of the Company's business shall be to own and manage real property and movables, primarily through investments within the following business sectors; E-commerce & Marketplaces, Communications, Media and Entertainment, Financial Services, Healthcare as well as investments in other digital consumer businesses. Furthermore, the object of the Company's business shall be to conduct business operations compatible with the above mentioned businesses.
In addition thereto, the Company can directly or indirectly sell property to the shareholders in such a way that any profits accrue to the shareholders while costs may be borne by the Company as long as the operations are carried out in the equal interest of all shareholders. Such a purchase right shall be distributed among the shareholders in proportion to their shareholding, and the Company shall to each shareholder issue and hand out a written certificate of the right which thus accrues to him. Such a certificate shall be returned to the Company when the purchase right is exercised. If the Company is dissolved, anyone who possesses such a certificate shall be entitled, within the time period specified in the certificate, to exercise the right to purchase which the certificate refers to before any surplus is distributed to the Company's shareholders.
The Board shall have its domicile in Stockholm.
The share capital shall be not less than SEK 23,700,000 and not more than SEK 94,800,000.
The number of shares in the Company shall be not less than 237,000,000 and not more than 948,000,000.
The Company's shares shall be of three classes, Class A, Class B and Class C. Shares of Class A may be issued up to a maximum of not more than 224,593,800 shares. Shares of Class B may be issued up to a maximum number of shares that represents the full share capital of the Company. Shares of Class C may be issued up to a maximum number of shares that represents the full share capital of the Company.
Class C shares do not entitle to dividends. Upon the Company's liquidation Class C shares have limited right to assets in the distribution, corresponding to the ratio value of the share adjusted for an interest factor of STIBOR 1M with the addition of 1 percentage point calculated from the day of payment of the subscription price. STIBOR 1M is set on the first business day of each calendar month.
Shares of Class C are redeemable at the request of the Company. The redemption price per share of Class C shall correspond to the ratio value of the share adjusted for an interest factor of STIBOR 1M with the addition of 1 percentage point calculated from the day of payment of the subscription price. STIBOR 1M shall be initially set on the day of payment of the subscription price. If the Board resolves to redeem less than the total number of shares outstanding at the time of such resolution, the holders of outstanding shares shall, in the manner prescribed for giving notice of General Meetings of the shareholders, be offered to within a certain time period request that their shares are redeemed. If such redemption is requested as regards a higher or lower number of shares than the number of shares that the Board has decided to redeem, and if not all shareholders that have requested redemption have agreed differently, then the question of which shares that are to be redeemed shall be decided by the drawing of lots.
Disputes concerning the redemption price shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Swedish Arbitration Act, whereby the rules of voting in civil action procedures set out in the Code of Judicial Procedure shall apply.
Upon decision by the Board, Class C shares shall be reclassified into Class B shares, provided that the shares are held by the Company. Immediately thereafter, the Board shall report the reclassification to the Swedish Companies Register (Sw. Bolagsverket) for registration. The reclassification is effected when it has been registered and the reclassification been noted in the CSD register.
In voting shares of Class A shall have ten (10) votes and shares of Class B and Class C shall have one (1) vote.
Should the Company resolve on an issue of new Class A, Class B and Class C shares, against other payment than contribution in kind, each holder of Class A, Class B and Class C shares has preferential rights to subscribe for new shares of the same class in proportion to the number of old shares held by such holder (primary preferential rights). Shares not subscribed for with primary preferential rights should be offered for subscription to all shareholders in the Company (subsidiary preferential rights). If the number of shares so offered is less than the number subscribed for with subsidiary preferential rights, the shares shall be distributed among the subscribers in proportion to the number of already shares held, or, to the extent that this is not possible, by lot.
Should the Company resolve on an issue of new shares solely of Class A shares, Class B or Class C shares, against other payment than contribution in kind, all shareholders, irrespective of which class of shares held, are entitled to preferential rights to subscribe for new shares in proportion to the number of shares previously held.
Should the Company resolve on an issue of warrants or convertibles, against other payment than contribution in kind, the above stated regarding the shareholders preferential rights should apply mutadis mutandis.
The stipulations in the sections above should not infringe on the possibility to resolve on an issue in which the preferential rights of shareholders are waived.
If the share capital is increased by a bonus issue, where new shares are issued, new shares shall be issued in relation to the number of shares of the same classes already held. In such cases, old shares of a specific class shall entitle to new shares of the same class. Class C shares do not carry rights to participate in bonus issues. Following a requisite amendment in the Articles of Association, the aforementioned stipulation shall not infringe on the possibility to issue shares of a new class by a bonus issue.
The Board of Directors shall consist of no less than three and no more than twelve Directors elected by the General Meeting.
Notice of a General Meeting of shareholders shall be published in the Official Swedish Gazette (Post- och Inrikes Tidningar) as well as on the company's website. At the time of the notice, an announcement with information that the notice has been issued shall be published in Svenska Dagbladet.
To be able to participate in a General Meeting, a shareholder shall give the Company notice of his intention to attend not later than on the day mentioned in the notice convening the meeting. This day may not be a Sunday, any other public holiday, Saturday, Midsummer Eve, Christmas Eve or New Years Eve and may not be earlier than the fifth working day before the Meeting.
A shareholder attending a General Meeting may be accompanied by an adviser only if the shareholder has given the Company notice of his intentions to bring an adviser in accordance with the section above.
The Company shall have no more than three Auditors, with no more than the same number of Deputy Auditors, or a registered accounting firm. The Auditors term of office shall last until the end of the Annual General Meeting which is held during the fourth financial year after the Auditor was elected.
The financial year of the Company shall be the calendar year.
The shareholder or nominee who on the record date is registered in the share register and in a central securities depository register pursuant to Chapter 4 of the Central Securities Depositaries and Financial Instruments Accounts Act (1998:1479) or any person who is registered in a central securities depository account pursuant to Chapter 4, Section 18 paragraph 6-8 of the mentioned Act, shall be deemed to be authorised to exercise the rights set out in Chapter 4, Section 39 of the Companies Act (2005:551).