Dividend Policy

Transfer to shareholders 2016

On the 2016 annual general meeting a 2:1 share split in combination with a compulsory redemption procedure was decided. The procedure entails each share being split into an ordinary share and a redemption share. No transfer is made for the treasury shares bought back by the company. The redemption shares was redeemed for SEK 4.20 per share.

More information about the redemption program.

Transfer to shareholders 2015

On the 2015 annual general meeting a 2:1 share split in combination with a compulsory redemption procedure was decided. The procedure entails each share being split into an ordinary share and a redemption share. No transfer is made for the treasury shares bought back by the company. The redemption shares was redeemed for SEK 3.60 per share.

Transfer to shareholders 2014

On the 2014 annual general meeting a 2:1 share split in combination with a compulsory redemption procedure was decided. The procedure entails each share being split into an ordinary share and a redemption share. No transfer is made for the treasury shares bought back by the company. The redemption shares was redeemed for SEK 3.00 per share.

Transfer to shareholders 2013

On the 2013 annual general meeting a 2:1 share split in combination with a compulsory redemption procedure was decided. The procedure entails each share being split into an ordinary share and a redemption share. No transfer is made for the treasury shares bought back by the company. The redemption shares was redeemed for SEK 3.00 per share.

Transfer to shareholders 2012

On the 2012 annual general meeting a 2:1 share split in combination with a compulsory redemption procedure was decided. The procedure entails each share being split into an ordinary share and a redemption share. No transfer is made for the treasury shares bought back by the company. The redemption shares was redeemed for SEK 8.00 per share.

Long-term dividend policy

For 2010 and onwards, Enea’s Board has also resolved to adopt a long-term dividend policy to the effect that at least 30 percent of profit before non-recurring items and after flat rate tax be distributed to shareholders.

Capital structure

If Enea is also to be able to continue developing through acquisitions, the company may, over time, be in a position of net indebtedness.For a company such as Enea, where software development and sales represent an essential part of operations, the maintenance of a strong financial position is of great importance. Consequently, the Board will therefore always consider the company’s long-term financing needs.

Previous dividends/transfers

Type of transfer

Year

Amount (SEK)

Redemption program 2016 4.20
Redemption program 2015 3.60
Redemption program 2014  3.00
Redemption program 2013 3.00
Redemption program 2012 8.00
Redemption program 2011 5.00
Dividend 2010 1.50

Events

[Feb 9] Annual statement

[Apr 26] Interim report Q1

[Jul 19] Interim report Q2

[Oct 24] Interim report Q3

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Contact

Investor Relations
ir@enea.com

Anders Lidbeck
President and CEO
anders.lidbeck@enea.com

Julia Steffensen
Executive Assistant
Phone: +46 709 71 03 33
julia.steffensen@enea.com