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Articles of association

1 § Name of the company
The name of the company is Kamux Oyj in Finnish and Kamux Corporation in English.

2 § Domicile of the company
The domicile of the company is Hämeenlinna, Finland.

3 § Line of business
The line of business of the Company is the car and transportation business, primarily trading of used cars, and services and business related thereto. The company may conduct this business directly and/or through its subsidiary or affiliate companies. In addition, the company may directly and/or through its subsidiary or affiliate companies purchase, sell, own and manage real property and securities. As the parent company, the company may attend to the organization, financing and purchases of the group and to other joint tasks of the same kind, and it may own real property and shares and carry on securities trading, corporate acquisitions and divestments, and other investment business.

4 § Accounting period
The accounting period of the company begins on 1 January and ends on 31 December.

5 § Book-entry securities system
The company’s shares belong to a book-entry securities system after the expiry of the registration period.

6 § Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of the company has a minimum of four (4) and a maximum of eight (8) members. The term of office of members of the Board of Directors ends at the close of the annual general meeting of shareholders following their election.

7 § Chief Executive Officer
The company has a Chief Executive Officer who is appointed by the Board of Directors.

8 § Representation rights of the company
Two (2) members of the Board of Directors together have the right to represent the company. The Board of Directors may grant the right to represent the company to a named person. The Board of Directors resolves on procuration rights.

9 § Auditor
The auditor of the company must be an auditing firm approved by the Finnish Patent and Registration Office. The term of office of the auditor ends at the close of the annual general meeting of shareholders following the election of the auditor.

10 § Notice to the general meeting of shareholders
The notice convening the general meeting of shareholders must be delivered to the shareholders by publishing the notice on the company’s website or by a newspaper announcement which is published in one or more widely circulated daily newspapers chosen by the Board of Directors no earlier than three (3) months and no later than three (3) weeks before the meeting, and in any case at least nine (9) days before the record date of the general meeting of shareholders.

In order to be able to attend the general meeting of shareholders, the shareholder must notify the company at the latest on the date mentioned in the notice, which may be no earlier than ten (10) days before the general meeting of shareholders.

11 § Annual General Meeting
The annual general meeting of shareholders of the company must be held within six (6) months from the date on which the accounting period ended.

At the meeting:

the following are presented

  • the financial statements, which include the consolidated financial statements, and the report of the Board of Directors; and
  • the auditor’s report;


the following are resolved upon:

  • the adoption of the financial statements;
  • the use of profits shown in the balance sheet;
  • the discharge of members of the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer from liability;
  • the remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors and the auditor; and
  • the number of the members of Board of Directors;


the following are elected:

  • the Chairman, the Deputy Chairman and the members of the Board of Directors, and
  • the auditor.


12 § Place and organisation of the General Meeting of Shareholders as a remote meeting

The General Meeting may be held in Helsinki or Hämeenlinna, at the discretion of the Board of Directors.

The Board of Directors may decide that a shareholder may also participate in a general meeting by fully exercising their right to vote during the meeting by means of a telecommunication connection and a technical aid (hybrid meeting).

The Board of Directors may also decide that the General Meeting shall be held without a meeting place in such a way that shareholders exercise their voting rights fully and in a timely manner during the meeting by means of a telecommunications and a technical aid (remote meeting). A shareholder attending a remote meeting may exercise all their rights at the remote meeting in the same way as if they were attending the meeting in person.

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