Share capital and authorisations
In accordance with the Demerger Plan, Caverion’s share capital is EUR 1,000,000. At the beginning of trading on 1 July 2013 the number of shares subject to public trading was 125,596,092.
Authorising Caverion's Board of Directors to decide on share issues
The Annual General Meeting of Caverion Corporation, held on March 21, 2016, authorised Caverion’s Board of Directors to decide on share issues. The authorisation may be used in full or in part by issuing a maximum of 25,000,000 Caverion shares in one or more issues. The share issues may be directed, that is, in deviation from the shareholders’ pre-emptive rights, and shares may be issued for subscription against payment or without charge. A share issue may also be directed to the company itself, within the limitations laid down in the Limited Liability Companies Act.
The share issue authorisation also includes the authorisation to transfer own shares that are in the possession of company or may be acquired. This authorisation applies to a maximum of 12,500,000 company’s own shares. The Board of Directors was authorised to decide on the purpose and the terms and conditions for such transfer. The authorisation is valid until March 31, 2017. The Board of Directors has not used the authorisation during 2016.
Authorising Caverion's Board of Directors to decide on the repurchase of own shares of the company
The Annual General Meeting of Caverion Corporation, held on March 21, 2016, authorised Caverion’s Board of Directors to decide on the repurchase of own shares. The authorisation covers the repurchase of a maximum of 12,000,000 company´s own shares using the company's unrestricted equity, at fair value at the date of repurchase, which shall be the prevailing market price in the trading at the regulated market organized by Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. The shares may be repurchased other than pro rata to the shareholders’ existing holdings. The authorisation is valid for eighteen months from the date of the resolution of the Annual General Meeting. The Board of Directors has not used the authorisation during 2016.