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Metsä Board cancels its Annual General Meeting of 26 March 2020

Metsä Board Corporation, part of Metsä Group, has, due to the pending Covid-19 status, decided to cancel its Annual General Meeting convened for the 26th of March 2020. Notice for the meeting was published on 12 February 2020.

Metsä Board takes the Covid-19 threat seriously and wants to secure a safe meeting for the company’s shareholders and employees.

The Finnish government has proposed to the parliament that state of emergency legislation be applied, including restrictions on public gatherings, and recommendations that the same principles be applied to private gatherings. As a result the Board of Directors has decided that the Annual General Meeting must not be held in these unusual circumstances. The Annual General Meeting will be convened at a later point in time to be announced when feasible.


Metsä Board's January-December 2019 Financial Statements bulletin

Metsä Board's January-December 2019 Financial Statements bulletin


Driving the development of paperboards

Metsä Board, a leading player on the market, has been driving the development of sustainable, lightweight packaging solutions for decades. Our fresh fibre paperboards are durable, safe and lightweight. We help brands make lighter, better and safer packages with less environmental impact.




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Metsä Board as an investment

Metsä Board is a leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards and a forerunner in sustainability packaging. Our lightweight paperboards are developed to provide better, safer and more sustainable packaging solutions for consumer goods as well as retail-ready and food service applications. We work together with our customers on a global scale to innovate solutions for better consumer experiences with less environmental impact. The pure fresh fibres Metsä Board uses are a renewable resource, traceable to origin in sustainably managed northern forests.

Operating environment

Global megatrends are shaping businesses and setting new requirements for packaging in terms of sustainability, safety and quality and offer significant opportunities for Metsä Board. Our strategic goal is to continue profitable growth that exceeds average market growth by utilising the new capacity.



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​Materials, Forest & Paper Products

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​In 2019–2020, Metsä Board will publish the following financial reports: ​
​Financial Statements Bulletin for the year 2019
​12 February 2020
​Interim Report for January–March 2020
​29 April 2020
​Half-Year Financial Report January–June 2020
​30 July 2020
Interim Report for January–September 2020 ​29 October 2020


Annual Report 2019 including the financial statements, Board of Directors' report, the Corporate Governance statement and the salary and remuneration report will be published in English and Finnish on Metsä Board's website at www.metsaboard.com/investors on week 9.

Metsä Board will hold its Annual General Meeting on 26 March 2020.

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Metsä Board’s financial operations have been centralized to Metsä Group Treasury, which is in charge of managing the Metsä Group companies’ financial positions according to the strategy and financial policy, providing necessary financial services and acting as an advisor in financial matters.

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Corporate governance


Metsä Board Corporation (Metsä Board or company) is a Finnish public limited company, whose A and B series shares are subject to public trading on the official list of Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd (Helsinki Stock Exchange). Metsä Board’s administration is governed by Finnish laws and the regulations and rules set out pursuant to such laws. Metsä Board also follows Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd’s rules and recommendations as applicable to listed companies. As a Finnish listed company, Metsä Board applies the Finnish Corporate Governance Code (www.cgfinland.fi).

Metsä Board prepares its financial statements and interim reports according to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The financial statement documents are published in Finnish and English.

Metsä Board’s headquarters are located in Espoo, Finland. The Company’s registered domicile is Helsinki.

The Company’s statutory bodies are the General Meeting of Shareholders, the Board of Directors and the CEO. In addition, a Corporate Management Team assists the CEO in the operative management of the company and coordination of its operations. The tasks and responsibilities of the different bodies are specified pursuant to the Finnish Companies Act.

Metsä Board has a function based organisation, including marketing and sales, production and technology, finance, business development and human resources. Functions are supported by centralised support functions, most of which are common with other Metsä Group companies. Support functions are based on specific service agreements, the terms of which are at arm's lenght.


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