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Corporate governance

The aim of Humana's corporate governance is to ensure that the interests of Humana's shareholders are protected through effective processes and good control, and to create the conditions for a sustainable and value-creating business, where Humana can continue as a provider of high-quality care in the long term.

Corporate governance describes how rights and responsibilities are allocated among the company's bodies in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and internal processes. Corporate governance also identifies the systems of decision-making and the structure through which the owners directly or indirectly control the company. Good governance generates value that benefits all stakeholders.

Humana is a Swedish public limited company listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

Humana complies with Nasdaq Stockholm's Rule Book for Issuers and the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance (the "Code").

Information about the Code and the Swedish model of corporate governance is available on the website External link. of the Swedish Corporate Governance Board. The Code is applicable to all Swedish companies whose shares are admitted to trading on a regulated market in Sweden and shall be fully applied from the date of the first annual general meeting held in the year following the listing. The company is not obliged to apply every rule of the Code, but is allowed to choose alternative solutions that the company considers to be better suited to its particular circumstances. This requires Humana to report any deviation, describe the alternative solution and explain the reason for the deviation in its annual corporate governance report (comply or explain principle).