Mycronic’s Board of Directors Proposes Changed Dividend


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Due to the great uncertainty created by the spread of the coronavirus, the Board of Directors of Mycronic AB (publ) has decided to propose the Annual General Meeting on May 7, 2020 that the dividend is changed from the earlier communicated 3.25 SEK per share, to a dividend of 2.00 SEK per share.

”After the record year 2019 Mycronic has a strong financial position and liquidity. The company wants to be well prepared to take advantage of future opportunities that might arise and the Board of Directors therefore wishes to be prudent. Considering the prevailing uncertainty, the proposal is well-balanced”, says Anders Lindqvist, President and CEO at Mycronic.

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