Bonuses and salaries for the top executives at Maersk, which has just presented a record result for 2021 of DKK 117bn (USD 17bn) after taxes, once again make up a point of contention among shareholders.
Norwegian pension provider KLP, which owns 0.6 percent of the Maersk A shares, states in advance that it will vote against two items on the agenda for Maersk’s annual general meeting set to take place Tuesday at the carrier’s Copenhagen headquarters.
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