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The annual general meeting of shareholders of Impact Coatings AB (publ), which is listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm First North, was held today. There were 21 participants representing 9.6% of the total outstanding votes.

Among other items, the annual general meeting decided:

To approve the income statement and balance sheet for 2018 as proposed by the board of directors.

To allocate the annual result according to the board’s proposal, in which the unrestricted capital, including the annual result, of SEK 43 734 806, is carried forward.

That former CEO Henrik Ljungcrantz was not granted release from liability.

That the board of directors and CEO Torbjörn Sandberg were granted release from liability.

That Mark Shay, Jan-Eric Sundgren, Christian Sahlén, Lars-Gunnar Skötte, and Tanja Vainio were re-elected to the board of directors, and Mark Shay was re-elected to be chairman of the board.

That remuneration of SEK 180 000 shall be paid to the board’s ordinary members and remuneration of SEK 300 000 shall be paid to the chairman of the board, with no additional remuneration for committee work.

That Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB (”PwC”), with lead auditor Johan Palmgren, is elected company auditor.

That the procedure for constituting the next nomination committee was approved.

That the board of directors is granted a mandate to decide on the issuance of shares and/or options and/or convertible securities.

That the board of directors is granted a mandate to make minor corrections to decisions taken at the annual general meeting as related to registration with the Swedish Companies Registration Office and Euroclear Sweden AB.

For more information, contact:

Mark H. Shay, CFA
Chairman of the Board
Tel. +46 765 96 62 38 or e-mail:

The information was delivered, via the contact person named above, for publication on
May 15, 2019, at 4:30 p.m. CEST.


About Impact Coatings AB

Impact Coatings develops and delivers world-leading technology for industrial PVD-coatings with a focus on fuel cell, decorative, metallization, and reflector applications. PVD is a method of, under vacuum, producing thin layers of metals and ceramics – surface coatings that maximize performance and durability. Impact Coatings markets coating equipment under the trade name INLINECOATER™ and coatings under MAXPHASE™.

The company’s shares trade on the Nasdaq First North exchange (Nasdaq OMX Nordic). The company’s Certified Adviser is Redeye AB, reachable via or +46 (0)8 121 576 90.

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