Mycronic’s Board of Directors Resolves to Acquire the Company’s Own Shares


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Mycronic’s Board of Directors has resolved to utilize the authorization given by the Annual General Meeting 2021 to acquire the company’s own shares in accordance with the following:

  1. Acquisition may not exceed 89,600 shares in the company 
  2. Acquisition of shares in the company may only be made on Nasdaq Stockholm
  3. Acquisition of shares on Nasdaq Stockholm may only take place at a price within the price range recorded on the Nasdaq Stockholm at any given time
  4. The payment for the shares shall be made in cash
  5. The resolution may be used on one or several occasions up until the end of the 2022 Annual General Meeting

The purpose of the above resolution to acquire shares is to enable delivery of shares to participants in the long term incentive program LTIP 2021.

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