Do you have questions about investor relations in Atlas Copco? You will find the answers to our most frequently asked questions below.
Information about the AGM is found under the subsection Corporate Governance, at the page Annual General Meeting.
Atlas Copco’s vision is to become and remain First in Mind—First in Choice for its stakeholders. The current financial goals are:
The dividends to shareholders shall reflect the company’s profit and cash flow development as well as growth opportunities. The Board of Director’s opinion is that the dividend should correspond to about 50% of earnings per share. Read more about the dividend.
The difference is in voting power. An A-share represents one vote at the Annual General meeting, while a B-share represents 1/10 of a vote. A class A and a class B share have exactly the same right to Atlas Copco’s capital, and get the same dividends. Read more about the Atlas Copco share.
The Atlas Copco Group does not arrange meetings with the press, media, investors, analysts or other capital market actors for a period of 30 days prior to the publication of a quarterly report. The Group only addresses issues of a general nature during the silent/closed period. You can find updated information on reporting dates and silent period in our calendar.
Atlas Copco’s largest owner is the Swedish investment company Investor AB. For a list of the ten largest shareholders, visit the page Shareholders.
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The head office is situated in Sickla, just outside Stockholm, Sweden.