Rottneros wins prize for best annual report
2015-11-25 14:30 CET.
Rottneros has today been awarded for the best annual report in 2014 in the category Small Cap. The award is handed out by NASDAQ, the professional institute for authorized public accountants FAR, the Swedish Society of Financial Analysts, and the Swedish Association of Communication Professionals.
The prize for "Best Annual Report" has been awarded since 1965, and this year over 200 listed companies' annual reports competed.
The jury’s motivation: "Rottneros concise and well-written texts, relevant image selection and charts as well as educational illustrations. An annual report that would get by very well in comparison with those of large companies.”
"This award clearly shows the quality of our annual report, which of course we are very proud of. We have initiated an improvement program within the Rottneros Group and one part of it has been to develop our external communication. The award indicates that our efforts paid off,” says Krister Lindgren, CFO of Rottneros.
"One important goal has been to make the annual report accessible to a wider audience. Through close cooperation with Oxenstierna & Partners, we have managed to create an annual report that targets a broader group," says Krister Lindgren.
The prize for best annual report was awarded to Rottneros at Finforum arranged by NASDAQ, the professional institute for authorized public accountants FAR, the Swedish Society of Financial Analysts, and the Swedish Association of Communication Professionals.
For further information, please contact:
Krister Lindgren, acting CFO Rottneros AB, +46 72 715 06 50
Rottneros is an independent producer of market pulp. The Group comprises the parent company Rottneros AB, listed on NASDAQ Stockholm, and its subsidiaries Rottneros Bruk AB and Vallviks Bruk AB with operations involving the production and sale of market pulp. The Group also includes the wood procurement company Rottneros Baltic SIA in Latvia. The Group has around 250 employees and had a turnover of approximately SEK 1.5 billion in the 2014 financial year.