Share facts and figures
The Proact shares is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm Mid Cap with ticker symbol PACT
Facts about Proact shares
Since July 1999, Proact shares have been listed on NASDAQ Stockholm Mid Cap with ticker symbol PACT. Share capital amounts to SEK 10,618,837, divided into 28,001,658 shares (20 May 2021), each with a quotient value of 0.38. All shareholders own an equal share in the company’s assets and profits and are entitled to vote at the general meeting. At the general meeting, every individual entitled to a vote may vote with the full number of votes he or she owns and represents in shares, without limitation as to voting rights.
Shareholder value arises when the company is positioned correctly and is profitable in the long term. Proact is proactive in creating long-term profitability for shareholders by constant focus on good business growth in order to both ensure improved profitability for the company and strengthen the company’s market-leading position as a specialist and independent integrator in Northern Europe.
The dividend policy of the company will be adapted to the level of group profits, its financial position and the investment required. Proposed dividends must be weighed against shareholder demands for reasonable direct returns and the company’s need for self-financing. In the long term, Proact intends to issue dividends of 25-35 per cent of profits after tax.
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Proact had 6,521 shareholders as of 31 March 2022 most of whom were private individuals with smaller holdings. The number of shareholders with holdings in excess of 60,000 shares was 42 with the largest owners being Aktiebolaget Grenspecialisten with a holding of 3,107,334 shares and Livförsäkrings AB Skandia with a holding of 3,041,823 shares.
To the best of the Board of Directors’ knowledge there are no agreements between shareholders requiring specific information in accordance with the Swedish Annual Accounts Act.
|Shareholders March 2022||No.||Shares||Percent|
|LIVFÖRSÄKRINGSBOLAGET SKANDIA, ÖMSESIDIGT||2||3041823||10.9%|
|LÄNSFÖRSÄKRINGAR SMÅBOLAG SVERIGE V||3||2299869||8.2%|
|ING LUXEMBOURG SA||4||1970127||7.0%|
|SKANDIA SVERIGE HÅLLBAR||6||1267833||4.5%|
|STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST CO, W9||7||992758||3.5%|
|HSBC BANK PLC, W8IMY||8||977241||3.5%|
|SKANDIA SMÅBOLAG SVERIGE||10||639477||2.3%|
Five reasons to own shares in Proact
- Market-leading offering
Proact has a clear, qualitative offering in the field of data centres with associated consultancy and support services, as well as cloud services. Proact supplies flexible, secure IT services that help customers to reduce risks, lower costs and increase productivity.
- Attractive noncyclical market
Increased digitisation is a clear global market trend, so having an IT function that works well is of increasingly strategic importance and frequently a prerequisite for efficient running of core business. This is why the part of the IT market on which Proact works is relatively insensitive to cyclical fluctuations. Annual economic market growth has stood at between 1 and 5 per cent over the last few years.
- Clear strategy for growth
Implementation of relevant activities relating to the sale, marketing, development and innovation of services and products is ensured regularly so as to create good organic growth in existing markets, as well as ensuring that we have relevant partners. Moreover, the company is expanding into new markets. Growth through acquisition is another important part of the strategy.
- Focus on increased margins
To further improve the EBITA margin, we will be continuing to focus on good cost control and continuous streamlining of our business. The target of increasing the percentage of contracted services from the company’s total revenues will also have a positive effect on the EBITA margin.
- Share dividend
Proact’s business has a strong cash-generating ability thanks to a strong financial position, net cash, a good equity ratio and efficient management of operating capital. The company’s policy on dividends is to allocate 25–35 per cent of its profit after tax.