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We support the correct valuation of Cramo’s share by providing capital markets with information about the company’s business, strategy and financial position. Our up-to-date investor information is available on our website in Finnish and English.
Annual General Meeting
Time: Wednesday, 28 March 2018 at 10.00 am (EET)
Venue: Finlandia Hall
Address: Mannerheimintie 13 e, Congress Wing,
Hall A, Helsinki, Finland. Admission of registered shareholders begins at 9.00 am.
Right to participate
Shareholders who wish to attend the AGM must be registered on 16 March 2018 in the company’s shareholders’ register held by Euroclear Finland Ltd.
Shareholders must also give prior notice of their attendance to the company by 23 March 2018 at 6.00 pm. Such notice can be given:
• on the company website: www.cramogroup.com
• by phone at +358 10 661 1242
(Mon–Fri 8.00 am–6.00 pm)
• in writing to Cramo Plc,
Annual General Meeting,
Kalliosolantie 2, FI-01740 Vantaa, Finland
Any proxy documents should be delivered as originals prior to the final registration date. If shareholders wish to bring up a matter for consideration by the Annual General Meeting, they must present the matter in writing to the Board of Directors at the latest four weeks prior to the publication of the notice in order for the matter to be included in the notice convening the meeting.
In accordance with the company’s profit distribution policy, the Board proposes a dividend of EUR 0.85 per share for the financial year 2017, representing 44.9% of reported earnings per share. A dividend of EUR 0.75 was paid for the financial year 2016, representing 48.6% of reported earnings per share.
Cramo had 7,864 shareholders on 1 January 2017 and 12,160 on 31 December 2017. The largest shareholders, page 101.
Management interest on 31 December 2017
At year-end, the members of the Board of Directors, the President and CEO and other members of the Cramo management team and their interested parties held a total of 73,340 Cramo Plc shares (73,261 in 2016).
Investor relations policy
Cramo’s investor relations seek to support the correct valuation of the company’s share by providing capital markets with up-to-date information about the company’s business, strategy and financial position. In its investor communications, Cramo follows the principle of impartiality and publishes all investor information including its annual report on its website in Finnish and English.
Cramo observes a three-week silent period prior to the publication of its results. At other times, we are happy to answer the enquiries of analysts and investors by phone or email, or at the investor meetings arranged.
According to the information available to the company, analysts in the service of at least the following banks and brokerage firms made investment analyses of Cramo in 2017: Carnegie, Danske Markets, Handelsbanken Capital Markets, Inderes, Nordea Markets, Pohjola Bank plc and SEB Enskilda Equities. Cramo takes no responsibility for the opinions expressed.
Why invest in Cramo?
A number of megatrends have a positive impact on the operating environment of the equipment rental and modular space business. Cramo’s strategy, harmonised business models for our two business divisions and solid financial position enable the company to capture emerging business and growth opportunities in the era of the sharing economy. This also supports the company’s work to generate greater value for its shareholders.
Change of address
If your address or account number for dividend payment changes, we ask that you send written notification of this to the particular register holding your book entry account.
Cramo Group’s annual reports, financial statement bulletins, half year financial reports, business reviews and stock exchange releases as well as other investor information are published on the Group’s website in English and Finnish
If you have any questions, please contact:
Mattias Rådström, SVP Communications, Marketing and Investor Relations
tel: +46 708 687 045
Aku Rumpunen, CFO
tel: +358 10 661 1272
Merja Naumanen, IR Communication Officer
tel: +358 10 661 1211