In Sweden 2 organizational structures exist pursuant to the Swedish Limited Liability Companies Act (in Swedish: “Aktiebolagslagen”):
- A Board of Directors (in Swedish: “Styrelse”) and a Managing Director (in Swedish: “verkställande direktör”).
- A Board of Directors only.
Generally, 2 types of Limited Liability Companies exist in Sweden. A Limited Liability Company may be a Private Company (in Swedish: “Privat aktiebolag” or “AB”) or a Public Company (in Swedish: “publikt aktiebolag” or “AB (publ)”). A Public Company must have a Board of Directors and a Managing Director while Managing Director is generally optional in Private Companies.
Please see, respectively, “Board of Directors” and “Managing Director” in the left side menu for a more in-depth description of each structure, including how to change the respective board members.
Advokatfirman Lindahl has provided all input about changing board members in Sweden. Advokatfirman Lindahl is one of Sweden’s largest law firms with extensive and broad transactional experience, including mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, capital markets, and real estate. Lindahl also has cutting-edge competences in intellectual property, life sciences, technology, telecommunications and dispute resolution. Lindahl has approximately 400 employees, of which two thirds are lawyers.
For more information about Advokatfirman Lindahl and changing board members in Sweden, please use the below contacts:TEL: +46 766 170 890