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Description of the composition and operations of the meeting of shareholders, board and board committees and other controlling bodies


Meeting of Shareholders

Annual General Meeting of Shareholders is the highest decision-making body of Tecnotree. The responsibilities of the Annual General Meeting are defined in the Finnish Companies Act and the Articles of Association of the company. The most important responsibilities include amending the Articles of Association, approving the financial statements, deciding on the dividend to be paid, discharging the Board members and the CEO from liability, appointing Board members and auditors and deciding on their fees.

In 2018, the Annual General Meeting was held on 30 May 2018. The Annual General Meeting confirmed the financial statements and the consolidated financial statements for the financial year 2017 and discharged the Board of Directors and the CEO from liability for the year 2017. The Annual General Meeting resolved in accordance with the proposal of the Board of Directors that no dividend is paid for the financial year 2017, and that the parent company’s profit for the financial year, EUR 1,862,707.61, be placed in retained earnings.

The Extraordinary General Meeting of Tecnotree was held on 24 September 2018 in Espoo. The Extraordinary General Meeting confirmed that the Board of Directors consists of seven (7) members and elected Jyoti Desai, Pentti Heikkinen, Harri Koponen, Neil Macleod, Conrad Neil Phoenix, Priyesh Ranjan and Christer Sumelius as the members of the Board of Directors. In addition, the Extraordinary General Meeting decided to reject the offer made by Viking Acquisitions Corp. on Tecnotree's assets.

Board of Directors

The tasks and responsibilities of Tecnotree’s Board of Directors are defined in the Finnish Companies Act and in other applicable legislation, according to which the Board of Directors is responsible for the appropriate organisation of business operations and corporate administration.

The Board also ensures in addition to the CEO that the company’s accounting and financial administration is supervised appropriately. Furthermore, the Board is responsible for promoting the interests of the company and all its shareholders by pursuing a business policy that in the long-term ensures the best possible return on capital invested in the company.

Tecnotree’s Board of Directors consists of a minimum of three and a maximum of eight members, as outlined in the Articles of Association. The Annual General Meeting elects the Board and confirms the number of Board members. The Board of Directors elects the Chairman and Vice Chairman among its members for a term of one year at a time. The term of office of Board members expires at the end of the first Annual General Meeting following election.

Majority of Board Members have to be independent of the company. In addition to that at least two members of mentioned majority have to be independent of the company and significant shareholders.

The members of Tecnotree’s Board have no special duties related to being a member of the Board other than those designated by law. Board members are also members of Board Committees.

To support its work, Tecnotree’s Board of Directors has confirmed charter that defines the Board’s duties and work methods, as well as meeting and decision-making procedures.

According to the elementary tasks listed in the charter, the Board shall among others:

  • decide upon the group strategy and approves the business strategy
  • approve the values of the company and its subsidiaries
  • approve the annual business plan and supervises its implementation
  • decide upon the central organization structure and leadership system of the company
  • discuss and approve the accounts and interim reports
  • define the dividend policy of the company and makes a proposal to the annual general meeting as to the amount of dividend paid
  • appoint the managing director of the company and the deputy managing director, decide upon their remuneration and conditions of employment
  • decide on the appointment of the members of the company’s management group and their remuneration
  • decide on the remuneration systems of the company’s executives and the principles of the remuneration systems for other personnel
  • decide on strategically or economically important investments and the acquisitions and divestments of companies or similar arrangements
  • approve the significant principles of risk management
  • decide upon the capital structure of the company
  • approve the principles of internal control
  • annually assess its activities and working methods
  • be responsible for the other duties assigned to it under the Finnish Companies Act or other regulation
  • establish an audit, a remuneration and/or nomination committee, or another committee.

The Board evaluates its operations and working methods once a year through self-assessment. The charter of the Board of Directors is available at www.tecnotree.com.

The principles of Board diversity:

In proposing and deciding the number of the members and the composition of the Board, the diversity of the Board, the requirements of the company’s operations and the development phase of the company shall be taken into account, with the aim of ensuring an efficient management of the Board tasks. The persons elected as members of the Board shall have the competence required in this duty and the possibility to devote sufficient time to attend to their duties. When preparing its proposal concerning the composition of the Board, the Board shall consider the age, gender, education and experience of the members to ensure the diversity of the Board.

The objective of the company is that expertise from various industries and markets, varied professional and educational backgrounds, a balanced age distribution as well as both sexes are all diversely represented in the Board.

Monitoring of the principles of Board diversity in 2018

After the Annual General Meeting 30.5.2018 the Board of Directors consists of four male members. As of September 2018, one of the seven members of the Board of Directors is a woman, and the experience of the Board members is versatile and diverse. The age of the Board members is between 39 and 75 years. In the current situation of the company, continuity is deemed important, but the Board will strive to improve diversity further.

Composition of the Board

The Annual General Meeting of 30 May 2018 confirmed that the Board of Directors will consist of four (4) members, and the Board members were elected for a period of office expiring at the end of the first Annual General Meeting following the election. The Annual General Meeting elected as Board Members Pentti Heikkinen, Matti Jaakola, Harri Koponen and Christer Sumelius

The Extraordinary General Meeting of 24 September 2018 confirmed that the Board of Directors will consist of seven (7) members, and the Board members were elected for a period of office expiring at the end of the first Annual General Meeting following the election. The Extraordinary General Meeting elected as Board Members Jyoti Desai, Pentti Heikkinen, Harri Koponen, Neil Macleod, Conrad Neil Phoenix, Priyesh Ranjan and Christer Sumelius.

Tecnotree’s Board of Directors has assessed the Board members’ independence of the company and shareholders in compliance with the Finnish Corporate Governance Code. Based on the assessment, five Board members are independent of the company and of significant shareholders and two Board members are independent of the company but non-independent of the significant shareholders.

Harri Koponen, b. 1962, eMBA, Phd. Econ. h.c.
Chairman of the Board, 2011–
Member of the Board, 2008–
Main duty: CEO, Oy Osaka Ltd, 2010-
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: 658,352
Independent of Tecnotree and its significant shareholders.

Neil Macleod, b. 1971, HND, Engineering Systems (Napier University), Diploma in Agriculture and Farm Business (Royal Agricultural College) ja M.Sc. Property Development and Planning Law (Southbank University)
Vice Chairman of the Board, 24.9.2018
Main duty: Director, Solargise UK Ltd.
Tecnotree shares 31.12.2018 –, holding of interest parties 52,555,040
Indepent of Tecnotree and non-independent of its significant shareholders.

Jyoti Desai, b. 1957, BA (Hons), B Com Economics and Law, CAIB (SA),Financial Services qualification
Member of the Board, 24.9.2018 –
Main duty: Digital consultation services practice
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -
Independent of Tecnotree and its significant shareholders.

Pentti Heikkinen, b. 1960, M.Sc. (Econ.)
Stanford Graduate School of Business (Stanford Executive Program 2001)
Vice Chairman of the Board, 2013 - 24.9.208
Member of the Board, 2009–
Main duty: Founder and Chairman, Solidabis Oy, 2016-
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: 398,019
Independent of Tecnotree and its significant shareholders.

Conrad Neil Phoenix, b. 1944, MBE, FRICS
Member of the Board, 24.9.2018 -
Main duty: Director, Solargise UK Ltd.
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018 – , holding of interest parties 52, 555,040
Indepent of Tecnotree and non-independent of its significant shareholders.

Priyesh Ranjan, b. 1980, Bachelor in Technology in Textile Technology, Indian Institute of Technology.
Member of the Board, 24.9.2018 -
Main duty: Director, Platinum Group
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: –
Independent of Tecnotree and its significant shareholders.

Christer Sumelius, b. 1946, M.Sc. (Econ.)
Member of the Board, 2001–
Main duty: President and CEO, Investsum Oy, 1984–
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: 2,147,937, holding of interest parties 1,578,500
Independent of Tecnotree and its significant shareholders.

Matti Jaakola, b. 1955, M.Sc. (Econ.)Institute of Technology.
Member of the Board, 2015 - 3.9.2018
Main duty: CEO, CapWell Oy, 2006–
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -, holding of interest parties 36,000
Independent of Tecnotree and its significant shareholders.

The Annual General Meeting 2018 decided the following remuneration for the Board members: Chairman of the Board EUR 50,000, Vice-chairman of the Board EUR 30,000 and members of the Board EUR 23,000 in a year. The Chairman shall receive an attendance fee of EUR 800 and the members EUR 500 per meeting, respectively the members of committees shall receive an attendance fee of EUR 500 per meeting. In accordance with the decision of the Annual General Meeting, reasonable travel expenses shall also be reimbursed to Board members.

Remuneration paid to the Chairman and members of the Board of Directors from 1 January to 31 December totalled EUR 314,413. Board members have no share-based incentive schemes.

Tecnotree’ s Board of Directors convened seventy seven (77) times in 2018. The average attendance was approximately 96 per cent.

Board attendance to meetings and remuneration 2018:

Board Member              Attendance          Remuneration (euro)

Harri Koponen               73/77                  115 600

Neil Macleod                5/5                        - 

Jyoti Desai                    5/5                        -

Pentti Heikkinen            77/77                  73 500

Conrad Neil Phoenix     3/5                       -

Prijesh Ranjan               5/5                       -

Christer Sumelius         73/77                   64 500

 Matti Jaakola              61/64                    60 813

Board Committees

On 24 September 2018, the Board of Directors decided to establish an Audit Committee, a Remuneration Committee, a Nomination Committee and a Strategy and Investment Committee. Until 24 September 2018, the Board of Directors had only a Remuneration and Nomination Committee, and the Board was responsible for the duties of the Audit Committee.

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee’s duty to assist the company’s Board of Directors in ensuring that the company has a sufficient internal control system encompassing all of its operations. In addition, the Committee assists the Board of Directors in ensuring that the monitoring of the company’s accounting and asset management have been organised in an appropriate manner. It is also the Audit Committee’s duty to monitor that the operations and internal control of the company have been arranged in a manner required by legislation, valid regulations and a good management and administration system, and to monitor the activities of internal auditing.
To execute its duties, the Audit Committee shall:

• monitor the reporting process of financial statements
• supervise the financial reporting process
• monitor the efficiency of the company’s internal control, internal audit, if   applicable, and risk management systems
• review the description of the main features of the internal control and risk management systems in relation to the financial reporting process, which is included in the company’s Corporate Governance Statement
• monitor the statutory audit of the financial statements and consolidated financial statements
• evaluate the independence of the statutory auditing or audit firm, particularly the provision of related services to the company
• prepare the proposal for resolution on the election of the auditor
• monitor the financial position of the company and
• contact with the auditor and revision of the reports that the auditor prepares for the Audit Committee; and
•make recommendations to the Board in matters requiring a Board resolution.

The Board has been responsible for the duties of the Audit Committee until 24 September 2018.

Since 24 September 2018 the Audit Committee comprised three members of the Board: Priyesh Ranjan (Chairman), Harri Koponen and Neil Macleod. The Audit Committee did not convene during the period.

Board has confirmed a written procedure to Audit Committee.

Remuneration and Nomination Committee

Duties of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee include:

• preparing a proposal of the Board members for the Annual General Meeting
• preparing a proposal of the remuneration of the Board members for the Annual General Meeting
• searching for candidates for new Board members
• presenting the proposal of the appointment of Board members to the Annual General Meeting
• preparing the nomination of the CEO and other executives and identifying potential successors
• preparing the remuneration and other financial benefits of the CEO and other executives
• preparing matters related to the remuneration systems in the Company
• evaluating the remuneration of the CEO and other executives and ensuring
• the appropriateness of remuneration systems
• answering questions related to the Salary and Remuneration Report in the Annual General Meeting.

During the time from 30 May – 24 September 2018 the Remuneration and Nomination Committee comprised three members of the Board: Christer Sumelius (Chairman), Harri Koponen and Matti Jaakola.

The Remuneration and Nomination Committee convened three times during the period. The average attendance was 78 per cent.

Board has confirmed a written procedure to Remuneration and Nomination Committee.

Remuneration and Nomination Committee attendance to meetings 2018:
Christer Sumelius          3/3
Harri Koponen               2/3
Matti Jaakola                2/3

Nomination Committee (as from 24 September 2018)

The Nomination Committee assists the Board of Directors in the preparations of the matters pertaining to the appointment and remuneration of members of the Board of Directors and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors in these matters.

The main duties of the Nomination Committee are as follows:
• the preparation of the proposal for the appointment of directors to be presented to the general meeting
•the preparation of the proposal to the general meeting on matters pertaining to the remuneration of the directors
•the presentation of the proposal on the directors to the general meeting; and
•identification of prospective successors for the directors.

Nomination Committee comprised three members of Board: Christer Sumelius (Chairman), Neil Macleod and Conrad Neil Phoenix. The Nomination Committee did not convene during the period.

Remuneration Committee (as from 24 September 2018)

The Remuneration Committee shall prepare matters pertaining to the appointment and remuneration of the CEO and other executives of the company as well as remuneration principles observed by the company and make recommendations to the Board of Directors in these matters.

The main duties of the Remuneration Committee are as follows:
•the preparation of matters pertaining to the remuneration and other financial benefits of the CEO and the other executives;
•the preparation of matters pertaining to the remuneration schemes of the company;
•the evaluation of the remuneration of the CEO and the other executives as well as ensuring that the remuneration schemes are appropriate; and
•answering questions related to the Remuneration Statement at the general meeting;
•the preparation of matters pertaining to the appointment of the CEO and the other executives as well as the identification of their possible successors.

Remuneration Committee comprised three members of Board: Jyoti Desai (Chairman), Pentti Heikkinen and Priyesh Ranjan. The Remuneration Committee convened two (2) times during the period. The average attendance was 100 per cent.

Strategy- and investment Committee (as fro 24 September 2018)

The Strategy and Investment Committee shall prepare matters pertaining to key strategic choices of the company and make recommendations to the Board of Directors in such matters.

The main duties of the Strategy- and investment Committee are as follows:
•reviewing significant strategic initiatives proposed by management and making recommendations to the Board regarding the same
•reviewing the Tecnotree product strategy and roadmaps planned on and providing the necessary advise on competitive positioning of products and technologies;and
•attending from time to time customer meetings and events as needed to support management in explaining Tecnotree’s strategy and convincing customers that it has the Board buy in etc.

Strategy- and investment Committee comprised three members of Board: Harri Koponen (Chairman), Jyoti Desai and Priyesh Ranjan. The Strategy- and investment Committee did not convene during the period.

CEO

The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for managing and developing the company's operations as defined in the Finnish Companies Act and in the guidelines and instructions issued by the Board of Directors. The CEO may undertake actions that are unusual or far-reaching in view of the scope and quality of the company's operations only if authorised by the Board of Directors.

The CEO ensures that the company's accounting complies with legislation and that its assets are managed reliably. The CEO is also responsible for investor relations, corporate communication, long-term strategic and financial planning, as well as major operative decisions and the supervision of their implementation. The CEO prepares matters to be handled at Board meetings and reports to the Board.

Padma Ravichander, b. 1959, Computer Science and IT (Dip), Concordia University, Montreal Canada, Graduate of Executive Management School Stanford University, California, USA
Chief Executive Officer, CEO, 9 May 2016 –

Management Board

Management Boards main duty is to assist CEO in operative management, monitor and develop business activities according to strategy and targets, create group level policies, support risk management procedures, follow coherent human resources policy and remuneration as well as manage stakeholder relations. Management Board convenes at least once a month.

At the end of 2018 Tecnotree Group Management Board had eight (8) members:CEO, Sales Director, VP Product Engineering, Chief Product and Technology Officer, VP Quality, VP Global Managed Operations, Chief Financial Officer, and VP Human Resources. CEO acted as Chairman of the Management Board.

Management team members, responsibilities and period of membership:

Padma Ravichander, b. 1959, Computer Science and IT (Dip), Concordia University, Montreal Canada, Graduate of Executive Management School Stanford University, California, USA
Main duty: Chief Executive Officer, 9.5.2016-
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: 197,303

Kirsti Parvi, b. 1958, Executive Master of Business Administration, eMBA
Main duty: Chief Financial Officer, CFO, 1 Oct 2016 –
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -

Indrajit Chaudhuri, b. 1970, Master of Computer Science and Eng.
Main duty: Chief Product & Technology Officer, 1 June 2016 –
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -

Roopesh Joshi, b. 1971, Bachelor of Engineering
Main duty: Sales Director, 13 Dec 2018 –
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -

Sanjay Ketkar, b. 1956, Master of Engineering (Automation), Indian Institute of Science
Main duty: Vice President, Product Engineering, India, 1 June 2016-
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -

Leena Koskelainen, s. 1965, Diploma in Business Information
Main duty: Vice President, Global Managed Operations, 1 Feb 2018
Tecnotre shares 31 Dec 2018 : 19,275 ; holding of interest parties 23,961

Anil Peter Monteiro, b. 1976, Human Resources Management, XLRI
Main duty: Vice President, Human Resources, 13 Dec. 2018 -
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -

Sheela Singh, b. 1960, Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics)
Main duty: Vice President - Quolity & India Center, 1 March 2017
Tecnotree shares 31 Dec 2018: -

Description of the main features of the internal control and risk management systems pertaining to the financial reporting process

Company’s general objectives for internal control and risk management

The objective of the internal control and reporting methods is to ensure that the company’s operations are efficient and that information is reliable and that official regulations and internal operating principles are followed. The Group’s management is responsible for performing and guiding the internal control.

The task of risk management is to identify, manage and track the major risks in the company’s business and business environment to enable the company to achieve its strategic and financial goals in the best possible way. The company’s management Board is responsible for risk management.

Control activities

The company mainly uses a common finance system for its financial reporting, and the information in this system for the different companies can also be viewed at head office. Similarly, where necessary the parent company accounts can also be examined at the other offices. Group reporting is performed using a separate system on monthly basis. Actual figures are compared to the budget, and at the highest level also to the previous forecast. Major deviations are cleared up.

The main control activities include preparing up-to-date forecasts, analysing deviations in actual data versus forecast and previous periods, performing transaction and process level controls and internal audits. The company does not have an own internal audit function. The Finance department in head office is responsible for control activities.

Annual budgets are prepared and detailed targets are set based on the strategic plans in October-December. A preliminary budget proposal is presented to the Board of Directors in November and the final budget is drawn up based on the feedback received, and this is examined at the Board meeting in December. It also includes plans of action. These are then used as the basis for defining individual targets for each person.

The operating result forecast is updated and presented at the Board meeting. Monthly reporting shows the latest forecast for the period that has ended, the actual figure and the forecast for the following period.

Forecasts for sales, revenues to be recognised and cash flow are examined on monthly basis or more often, if needed, region by region in telephone conferences. The forecasts are graded in different categories according to their probability, and this information is used by the Management Board to decide on the forecast to be presented to the Board.

The company’s financial management together with the relevant levels of management aims at ensuring the correctness in the monthly reporting. Line organisation is responsible for budgets and forecasts. The role of Group’s financial management is to collect these plans according to accepted timetables and to control their reliability. Substantial deviations and eventual errors with corrective actions are reported to the Board of Directors.

The Group’s financial department performs controls pertaining to the correctness of external and internal reporting. Due to the nature of business a lot of emphasis is put into controlling revenue recognition and receivables.

Risk management

Tecnotree’s general annual assessments of external risks assessed by the Management Board define the biggest risks. These assessments are made by evaluating the probability and the impact of the different risks, and based on this a risk map is comprised. Actions and a person in charge are defined for each significant risk. The most significant risks have been described in the Board of Directors’ Report. The Board approves the significant principles of risk management.

The Espoo District Court confirmed 15 November 2016 the amended restructuring programme and along with the confirmation the restructuring programme ended. The reimbursements of payment plan will end 20 June 2025.

Corporate governance is implemented through documented policies. The main policies are policy for making sales agreements, credit policy, cash management policy, policy for hedging against currency risks, policy for making purchase agreements and approval policy.

Major part of Tecnotree’s risks is related to sales. These risks can be mitigated by reviewing offers systematically. Tecnotree has uniform principles and practices in bid reviews.

The subsidiaries and foreign offices of the parent company have issued guidelines and policies for their own specific purposes that are in line with the Group level policies. The company has defined its Code of Conduct.

The company’s financial management is responsible for managing foreign exchange, interest rate and liquidity risks and for taking out insurance against operational risks.

The Management Board of the company handles risks and risk management in its meetings on a regular basis. The CEO reports these to the Board of Directors.

The risks pertaining to the financial reporting are mitigated by the methods in financial reporting and control of the Group. Majority of the sales transactions are at the parent company level. The companies have a common chart of accounts and IFRS principles applied, common systems with comprehensive database, centralised treasury and financing, and an easy-to-access archive for contracts and policies.

Related party transactions

Tecnotree monitors and assesses any transactions with its related parties and ensures that potential conflicts of interest are appropriately considered in the company’s decision-making. The company maintains a list of its related parties. The company is responsible for determining and identifying the parties and transactions included in related party transactions.

Certain related party transactions are published as required by the stock exchange rules.

In 2018, Tecnotree did not have any material related party transactions that would not be in line with its regular business operations or market conditions.

Insider issues

Tecnotree Group complies with the currently valid insider dealing regulations and the Nasdaq Helsinki Guidelines for Insiders. The Group also has its own Insider Guidelines complementing Nasdaq Helsinki Guidelines for Insiders and it is updated when necessary. The Insider Guidelines are available on the company’s website.

The person in charge of insider issues (insider issues officer) and insider register manager in Tecnotree is the CFO. The duties of the insider issues officer include internal communication and training and the monitoring of insider issues (including the whistleblowing system). The insider issue officer is also responsible for managing the closed periods and ensuring that executives and their related parties meet their obligations related to the notification and publication of related party transactions.

Tecnotree has opted to maintain a separate list of permanent insiders who, on the basis of their position or duties, have permanent access to all inside information concerning the company. Tecnotree has defined the following persons as permanent insiders:

• members of the Tecnotree Board of Directors, the CEO and the CFO, and

• the secretary of the Board of Directors.

A project-specific insider list is maintained of all insider projects in line with the stock exchange’s Guidelines for Insiders.

In accordance with the applicable legislation, persons in managerial positions in Tecnotree Corporation (the Board of Directors, the CEO and the Management Board) and their related parties report any transactions conducted on their own account to the company and to the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority within three days of the completion of such transactions. According to the company’s Insider Guidelines, executives shall, however, notify the transactions on the following working day. The company publishes a stock exchange release of the transactions of the executives and their related parties in accordance with the applicable legislation.

Tecnotree executives shall schedule their transactions with Tecnotree’s financial instruments to avoid the transactions undermining confidence in the securities market. Tecnotree executives shall not trade in Tecnotree’s financial instruments during the period starting 30 days before the publication of each financial statements bulletin, half year financial report or three- or nine-month financial report and ending on the day following the publication of such data. The closed period also covers the persons participating in the preparation, drafting and publication of Tecnotree’s financial reports.

Auditing of accounts

The principal purpose of auditing is to verify that the financial statements provide correct and sufficient information on the company’s result and financial position. In addition, the auditor verifies the legality of the company’s administration.

The auditor is appointed annually in the Annual General Meeting for a term ending at the end of the following Annual General Meeting. A proposal of the auditor made by the Board of Directors or any shareholder holding at least 10% of the voting rights shall be published in the invitation to the Annual General Meeting, provided that the candidate has given his or her consent to be appointed and that the company has been informed of the proposal sufficiently early for it to be included in the invitation. If the auditor candidate is not known by the Board of Directors at the time of submitting the invitation, the name of the candidate, who has been presented in this manner, shall be published separately.

The fees of the auditor and any remuneration for services not related to the audit for the financial period shall be published in the annual report and on the company’s website.

The Annual General Meeting 2018 appointed the auditing firm KPMG Oy to continue as the auditor. The principal auditor was Leenakaisa Winberg. In 2018, the auditor was paid EUR 187 thousand for the audit and EUR 27 thousand for other services.

Communication

In its disclosure policy the company complies with Finnish and European Union legislation and with the instructions and regulations of Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd, the Financial Supervisory Authority and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the provisions of the Finnish Corporate Governance for Finnish listed companies as well as other rules concerning listed companies.

The central principles Tecnotree follows in its communication are openness, integrity, consistency, and clarity. It is the company’s objective to give all stakeholder groups correct and up-to-date information about the company’s operations in a balanced and timely manner

Tecnotree Corporation
The Board of Directors


 

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