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Management's duty of disclosure

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A shareholder can demand that members of the Board of Directors, members of the Corporate Assembly and the general manager disclose at the General Meeting information available on matters that may affect the assessment of:

  • approval of the annual financial statements and the Report of the Board of Directors
  • items of business submitted to the shareholders for decision
  • the company's financial position, including information about the activities of subsidiaries and other companies in which Orkla participates, and other matters to be considered by the General Meeting, unless the information demanded cannot be disclosed without causing disproportionate harm to the company.