Good corporate governance is the foundation for the strong corporate culture at Better Collective. The Board of Directors serves as a highly qualified dialogue partner for the Management Team supporting the outlined growth strategy, securing a tight risk management setup and optimal capital structure.
As a company listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Better Collective will apply and be subject to the Danish Companies Act, the company’s articles of association, internal rules and instructions, Nasdaq Stockholm’s Rule Book for Issuers, the Swedish Corporate Governance Code (the “Code”) and the statements of the Swedish Securities Council on good practices in the stock market, as well as other Swedish, Danish and other foreign laws and regulations, as applicable.
The main objective and responsibility of the nomination committee is to prepare proposals to the annual general meeting for the election of the chairman and other members of the board of directors, the remuneration to the board of directors, the chairman of the general meeting and election of and remuneration to the auditor.
Petra von Rohr
Christian Kirk Rasmussen
Camilla Wissing Bille
Marc Frank Pedersen
Pursuant to the Danish Companies Act, the general meeting is the Company’s superior decision making body. The general meeting may resolve upon every issue for the Company which does not specifically fall within the scope of the exclusive powers of another corporate body, for example the power to appoint the executive management, which falls within the scope of the board of directors in limited liability companies that are managed by a board of directors.
AGM April 26 2021
General Meetings Archive
Fees and other remuneration to board members elected by the general meeting are resolved by the annual general meeting. Remuneration to the executive management consists of basic salary, variable remuneration, pension benefits, share related incentive programs and other benefits. Detailed information is included in the annual report.
Better Collective’s board of directors believes that incentive remuneration to the board and executive management is essential to create an incentive to ensure the Company’s short and long-term goals and to promote value creation for the benefit of the shareholders of the Company.
Better Collective operates in a continually changing business environment, and the Board and Management considers it essential that risk exposure is thoroughly monitored and controlled. To ensure this, a framework of policies and mitigating procedures is in place, continuously updated, and an integrated part of daily operations. See our latest annual report for an account on our Risk Management.
Code of Conduct
At Better Collective, we celebrate that our core values are built upon the principles of creating transparency and education within the iGaming community. To ensure that these values are adhered to, we rely on this Code of Conduct to educate our employees about how we expect and enforce our business practice standards.
Code of conduct
The Company's certified auditor is Ernst & Young, with Jan C. Olsen as Partner Auditor