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During its Annual General Meeting 2022

Kathrine Fredriksen, Renate Larsen, Peder Strand, and Michal Chalaczkiewicz have been elected as board members for a period of two years during Mowi’s Annual General Meeting 2022. In addition, Anne Lise Ellingsen Gryte completes the re-election as a member and chair of the nomination committee for the same period.

Thereby, Ole-Eirik Lerøy (Chairperson); Kristian Melhuus (Deputy Chairperson), Kathrine Fredriksen, Renate Larsen, Peder Strand, Lisbet K. Nærø, and Michal Chalaczkiewicz composed the board.

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Among other agreements, they approved the annual accounts, including allocation of the result for the financial year. Also, the board’s report for 2021, proposed by the board.

Furthermore, the board of directors can now approve the distribution of dividends. Those which are based on the company’s annual accounts for 2021. Specifically, distribution consists of repayment of paid-in capital.

Finally, the company confirmed that the assistants at the meeting were: the Chairperson of the board, Ole-Eirik Lerøy, CEO Ivan Vindheim, CFO Kristian Ellingsen, and Øyvind Nore as a representative from the company’s auditor.

Vindheim confirmed last month that both Mowi’s Norwegian and Canada West farming operations are improving and delivering solid results.

About Mowi ASA

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Mowi ASA is one of the largest seafood companies in the world and the world’s largest producer of Atlantic salmon. It has worked with the same strain of salmon since its beginnings in 1964.

The company has its breeding and genetics department. The strategy is to produce own eggs to secure the selection of the best genetic properties.

It has invested in significant efforts and resources to improve the performance, disease resistance, welfare, and quality of fish.

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