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About the annual meeting in Gramo

The Annual Meeting is an assembly of all our members, and is the supreme authority in Gramo.

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The annual meeting in 2024 is on June 12th 4:00 PM at Popsenteret.

You can also join the meeeting digitally.

You can read about the annual meeting in Gramo's articles of association

Documents for the annual meeting are only presented in Norwegian.

Proposals for the annual meeting

All members have the right to submit proposals.

Deadline for submitting proposals is March 1st.

Please email your proposal to

Voting rights

Regulations for artists and musicians:

  • For voting rights you need to have received renumeration during the last three years prior to the annual meeting.

Regulations for record companies and master owners:

  • For voting rights you need to have earned renumeration in the last year prior to the annual meeting.

Power of attorney

Regulations for creating power of attorney:

The power of attorney may be granted another person or entity. Such as GramArt, Creo, IFPI, or FONO.

Deadline for creating power of attorney for the annual meeting 2024 is June 5th, 4:00 PM.

Matters to be considered at the annual meeting

The ordinary annual meeting must process the following matters:

  • Election of chairman, speaker and two people to sign the minutes of the annual meeting

  • Approval of annual report and annual accounts

  • Auditor's report

  • Approval of board fees

  • Approval of fees to the auditor

  • Discharge from the board

  • Election of board and deputies

  • Election of nomination committee

  • Election of a state-authorized public accountant

  • Any other committees and commissions that the annual meeting may decide to establish;

  • Any other matters from the board, submitted by the members or which according to the law or the articles of association belong to the annual meeting.

Ordinary annual meeting must, where relevant, decide on:

  • General principles for the distribution of remuneration to licensees.

  • General principles for the use of amounts that can not be distributed.

  • General investment strategy for income from rights and any income from investment of this income.

  • General principles for deductions from income from rights and any income from investment of this income, including deductions for the use of funds for collective distribution.

  • The use of non-distributable amounts (collective funds)

  • The risk management strategy

  • Approval of purchase, sale or mortgaging of real estate.

  • Approval of mergers and alliances, creation of subsidiaries and acquisition of other entities or shares or rights in other entities.

  • Approval of borrowing, lending or loan guarantee.

  • Approve annual transparency report.

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