Transactions or Actions involving Personal Interest

(Related party transactions)

A person with special duties in relation to a company is obliged to inform the Board of Directors without delay about the existence of a personal interest (or interest of a person related to him/her) in a transaction entered into by the Company or an action undertaken by the company.

The Company identifies transactions with related parties in order to ensure their conclusion only if they are not harmful to the company's operations. Transactions or actions involving personal interest of a shareholder or a member of the Board of Directors are approved by the Board of Directors in accordance with the law.

The Board of Directors reports to the Shareholders Assembly about the information on the approval of transactions or actions involving personal interest in the first following meeting.

Notifications about concluded transactions or actions involving personal interest

(in accordance with Article 66 of the Law on Business Companies)

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