The Board of Directors' proposal

April  05, 2012

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS' FULL PROPOSAL FOR RESOLUTIONS (Annual Meeting of shareholders 2011)

Proposal for dividend – item 8 b) on the Agenda

The Board of Directors proposes that a dividend of SEK 8.00 per share is paid for the 2010 financial year and that 10 May 2011 shall be the record day for the dividend. If the Annual Meeting passes a resolution in accordance with the proposal, it is expected that the dividend will be remitted by Euroclear Sweden AB on 13 May 2011 to those who are recorded in the Register of Shareholders maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on the record day.

The Board of Directors has set the proposed dividend in relation to the requirements which the nature, extent and risks place on the size of shareholders' equity and the need for consolidation, liquidity and position in general for the parent company and the Group. The Board is of the opinion that the proposed dividend is defensible with reference to the prudence rule in Chapter 17, Para 3 of the Companies Act.

Proposal for resolution regarding guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives – item 14 on the Agenda

The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual Meeting adopts guidelines for remuneration and other terms of employment for senior executives as follows. By senior executive is meant the Managing Director, the Chief Financial Officer and the Managing Director of G & L Beijer Ref AB.

The remuneration shall consist of a fixed salary, a variable salary, a pension and other remuneration such as a company car. The total remuneration shall be on market terms and support the interest of the shareholders by enabling the company to attract and retain senior executives.

The fixed salary is renegotiated annually and takes into account the area of responsibility, competence, performance and experience of the individual. The variable salary is based on the outcome in relation to set financial targets. The individual will receive a maximum amount equivalent to six months' salary. On the maximum outcome, the cost for the variable the salary is estimated to amount to SEK 5.7M in total.

The Executive Management's pension scheme is contribution-based. An amount equivalent to 26 per cent of the gross salary is appropriated annually for the Managing Director, and an amount equivalent to not more than 24 per cent of the gross salary is appropriated annually for the other Members of the Executive Management.

Severance pay of not more than 24 months' salary will be paid to the Managing Director. Severance pay to the other Members of the Executive Management varies and amounts to not more than 24 months' salary including salary at notice.

The Executive Management can give six months' notice of termination. Notice of termination by the Managing Director or other senior executives does not trigger any severance pay.

The Board of Directors prepares matters of remuneration and other terms of employment for the Executive Management and the Board of Directors as a whole constitutes the Remuneration Committee. The Managing Director does not participate in the work.

The Board of Directors may abandon these guidelines if there are specific reasons for it in an individual case.

Malmö, 5 April 2011

G & L BEIJER AB (publ)
Board of Directors