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Kamux’s Board of Directors has defined the principles for monitoring and evaluating related party transactions. The related party policy also defines the principles and processes that the company uses to organize decision-making in terms of related party transactions and to monitor and report on possible related party transactions. The Group maintains a list of related parties. The main principle of the Kamux related party policy is that all legal transactions between the company and related parties shall be carried out on normal market terms.
Transactions carried out with related parties are addressed in the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors and/or in the Board of Directors in accordance with the related party policy. Significant transactions with the management of Kamux and its related parties are decided by Kamux’s Board of Directors. The Board of Directors also decides on related party transactions that are not the company’s normal business operations or that are not carried out on normal market terms.
The company and its related parties did not carry out any transactions that are material to the company and not in the ordinary course of business or otherwise based on market terms in 2020. Related party transactions carried out in the ordinary course of business concern certain lease agreement arrangements, vehicle procurement and sale, and mutual service sales and loan arrangements between Group companies.