The proposal is in line with Dustin's dividend policy.
- There is still a general uncertainty in the economy and, as mentioned in connection to the year-end report, a certain hesitance in some of Dustin's customer segments. This, in combination with an ambition to lower the debt ratio at a higher pace after the acquisition of Centralpoint, forms the basis for the board's proposal to the general meeting to decide not to pay dividends. For the time being, the board believes that this is the most responsible decision. Dustin has a strong market position, and we are confident in the company's long-term sustainable and profitable growth, says Mia Brunell Livfors chair of the board of Dustin.
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Dustin is a leading online based IT partner in the Nordics and the Benelux. We help our customers to stay in the forefront by providing them with the right IT solution for their needs.
We offer approximately 280,000 products with related services to companies, the public sector and private individuals. Sales for the financial year 2021/22 amounted to approximately SEK 23.6 billion and more than 90 per cent of the revenues came from the corporate market.
Dustin has approximately 2,500 employees and has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2015 with headquarters in Nacka Strand just outside central Stockho