Kurs & Likviditet
|Sektor||Handel & varor|
|2022-04-08||Ordinarie utdelning PROXI 0.00 NOK|
|2021-06-07||Ordinarie utdelning PROXI 0.00 NOK|
Proximar Seafood AS - Minutes from the AGM 2022: Viggo Halseth and Peter Hermanrud elected as new board members
Bergen, 7 April 2022
The annual general meeting of Proximar Seafood AS was held on 7 April 2022. All
proposals on the agenda were adopted, cf. the notice of the annual general
meeting that was sent to the Oslo Stock Exchange on 30 March 2022. The annual
general meeting elected two new board members, Viggo Halseth and Peter
"Attracting top candidates and senior executives to the company's management
group and to the board of directors is key for realizing our plans to serve
fresh salmon to Japanese consumers. Both Halseth and Hermanrud have valuable
experience for the stages we are entering," says CEO of Proximar, Joachim
o Viggo Halseth has for the last 37 years worked for the global aquaculture feed
supplier Skretting/Nutreco, most recently as Chief Innovation Officer.
Previously, he was the CEO of Skretting Norway, and has experience from
investments in the RAS technology.
o Peter Hermanrud has a long career within finance, including Chief Strategist
at renowned investment banks such as First Securities, Swedbank and Sparebank 1
Markets. Today, he is working as a private investor.
The new Board of Directors now comprises of Katrine Trovik (chair), Per Grieg,
Viggo Halseth, Peter Hermanrud and Fridtjof Falck.
"Our two new board directors provide extensive experience from the aquaculture
industry and capital markets, both areas important for the company in time to
come", Nielsen adds.
The minutes of the annual general meeting is attached and will be available on
This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5
-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.
For further information, please contact:
Pål Grimsrud, CFO, Proximar Seafood AS
Phone: +47 994 77 599
About Proximar Seafood Proximar Seafood is a Norwegian land-based salmon farming
company with its first production facility under construction at the foot of
Mount Fuji in Japan. Through land-based fish farming, the company will serve the
Japanese market with fresh Atlantic Salmon, harvested the same day. Proximar's
location, in one of the world's most important fish markets, implies significant
advantages, both in terms of reduced cost and carbon footprint.