Annual General Meeting 2010

RESOLUTIONS BY ETTEPLAN OYJ'S ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS

The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of Etteplan Oyj was held today, March
24, 2010 at premises of the Company in Vantaa. The meeting was opened by
Chairman of the Board of Directors Heikki Hornborg and chaired by Mika
Ståhlberg, attorney-at-law.

The Annual General Meeting approved the Financial Statements for financial year
2009 and discharged members of the Board of Directors and the CEO from
liability.

The Annual General Meeting passed a resolution, in accordance with the proposal
of the Board of Directors, that a dividend of EUR 0.04 per share be paid from
the financial year 2009. The remaining funds shall be left to the unrestricted
equity. The dividend will be paid to the shareholders registered in the
shareholders' register maintained by Euroclear Finland Ltd (formerly Finnish
Central Securities Depository Ltd) as the record date. The record date of the
payment of dividend is March 29, 2010. The dividend shall be paid on April 7,
2010.

The Annual General Meeting passed a resolution, in accordance with the proposal
of the Board of Directors, that six members be elected to the seats of the Board
of Directors. Additionally, the Annual General Meeting resolved the remuneration
of the members of the Board of Directors to be EUR 600 per meeting and the
remuneration for the Chairman of the Board to be EUR 1,200 per meeting as well
as the remuneration of the Board of Directors to be EUR 1,300 per month for the
member of the Board and EUR 2,600 for the Chairman of the Board.

In accordance with the proposal of the Board of Directors´ Nomination and
Compensation Committee Tapio Hakakari, Heikki Hornborg, Robert Ingman and Pertti
Nupponen were re-elected as members of the Board of Directors as well as Satu
Rautavalta and Teuvo Rintamäki were elected as new members of the Board of
Directors.

The auditor elected was PricewaterhouseCoopers Oy, Authorized Public Accounting
Firm with Authorized Public Accountant Mr Mika Kaarisalo as the main responsible
auditor. The fees for the auditor are paid according to invoice by the
principles approved by the Board of Directors.

The Annual General Meeting authorized the Board of Directors to decide to issue
maximum of 4,000,000 shares through issuance of shares, option rights or other
special rights entitling to shares under Chapter 10, Section 1 of the Companies
Act in one or more issues. The authorization includes a right to issue new
shares or assign company's own shares held by the company.

The authorization includes a right to deviate from the existing shareholders'
pre-emptive subscription right as set forth in the Companies Act Chapter 9,
Section 3. Therefore, the Board of Directors has a right to direct the share
issue or issuance of option rights or other special rights entitling to shares.
The authorization includes also a right to determine on all the terms of share
issue, option rights or other special rights entitling to shares. The
authorization includes therefore a right to determine on share subscription
prices, persons entitled to subscribe the shares and other terms and conditions
applicable to the subscription. In order to deviate from the shareholders'
pre-emptive subscription right, the company must have a substantial financial
reason such as financing of a company acquisition, other arrangement in
connection with the development of the company's business or equity or an
incentive scheme to the personnel. In connection of the share issuance the Board
of Directors is entitled to decide that the shares may be subscribed against
contribution in kind or otherwise under special terms and conditions. The
authorization includes a right to determine whether the subscription price will
be entered into the share capital or into the reserve of invested non-restricted
equity.

The authorization is effective for a period of five (5) years from the
resolution of the Annual General Meeting, i.e. from March 24, 2010 to March 24,
2015. The authorisation shall replace the previous authorization granted to the
Board of Directors.

The Annual General Meeting resolved, in accordance with proposal of the Board of
Directors, to grant the Board the authority to acquire the company's own shares
in one or more lots using the company's unrestricted equity. A maximum of
2,000,000 of the company's own shares can be acquired. The Board of Directors
shall have the right to decide who the shares are acquired from or, the Board of
Directors has the right to decide on a directed acquisition of own shares.

The authorization includes the right to decide the acquiring of the company's
own shares through a tender offer made to all shareholders on equal terms and
conditions and at the price determined by the Board of Directors or in public
trading organized by the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki at the market price valid at any
given time so that the company's holdings of combined own shares is maximum of
ten (10) per cent of all the company's shares. The minimum price for the shares
to be acquired is the lowest market price quoted for a share in public trading
during the validity of the authorization and, correspondingly, the maximum price
is the highest market price quoted for a share in public trading during the
validity of the authorization.

If the shares are acquired in public trading, the shares will not be acquired in
proportion of the current shareholdings. Thus, there must be a substantial
financial reason from the company's point of view for the acquisition of the own
shares. The shares may be acquired in order to be used as consideration in
potential company acquisitions or in other structural arrangements. The shares
may be used as well for carrying out company's incentive scheme provided to the
personnel. The acquired shares may be kept by the company, invalidated or
assigned onwards.

Acquiring will reduce the non-restricted equity.

The authorization is valid for 18 months from the date of the decision of the
Annual General Meeting starting on March 24, 2010 and ending on September 24,
2011. The authorization shall replace the previous authorization.

The Board of Directors adopted a resolution to amend the articles of
association's paragraph 9 as follows:

"9 § Invitation to the General Meeting of Shareholders

Invitation to the General Meeting of Shareholders shall be published in the
company's website no earlier than two (2) calendar months and no later than
three (3) weeks prior to the meeting, but no later than nine (9) days before the
record date of the General Meeting. The Board of Directors may also decide to
publish the invitation to the General Meeting of Shareholders in a one Finnish
national newspaper determined by the Board of Directors."

Hollola, March 24, 2010

Etteplan Oyj

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Materials:

Minutes of the meeting in 2010 (only in Finnish)

Proposals by the Board of Directors