Myllymäki has previously worked as a development manager, CEO and business director at Lehto Group Plc as well as an entrepreneur in Myllymäen Rauta.
Myllymäki is the Chairman of the Board at Asuntoruukki Oy, Kaselli Oy, Keskinäinen Kiinteistö Oy Sovionkatu 4-6, Kiinteistö Oy Lappanen, Koy Raahen Pääväylä, Koy Vatialan Veturi, Markkinointi Sira Oy, Myllymäki Invest Oy, Mypel Oy, Raahen AK-kiinteistöt Oy and Raatihuone Oy. In addition, Myllymäki is a member of the Board of Kiinteistö Oy Ylivieskan Arvokiinteistö, Koy Vatialan Veturi, Pohjolan Arvotalot Oy, Tekova Oy and Tulevaisuuden Kasvupolut Oy. Myllymäki is the Deputy CEO of Kiinteistö Oy Raahen Marintie, Markkinointi Sira Oy and Raahen AK-kiinteistöt Oy.
1)=Owns 45% of the shares in Raatihuone Oy with his spouse through Myllymäki Invest Oy. Raatihuone Oy owns 39,730,408 shares in Toivo.
Koivukoski has previously worked as a business director at Lehto Group Plc and entrepreneur in Rakennusliike Koivukoski. Koivukoski is the Chairman of the Board of Parhaat Vuokrakodit Oy and Tekova Oy, as well as a member of the Board of Kaselli Oy, Kiint. Oy Ilvesportti, Kiint. Oy Ilvesvuorenkatu 7, Kiinteistö Oy Hämeenlinnan Ukkometso, Kiinteistö Oy Kelatien Portti, Kiinteistö Oy Marina Village 5, Kiinteistö Oy Sturenkatu 27, Kiinteistö Oy Vantaan Härkälenkki 7, Raatihuone Oy, Reinzen Oy, Ripula Oy and Vallila-Invest Oy. In addition, he is the CEO of Kiint. Oy Ilvesportti, Kiint. Oy Ilvesvuorenkatu 7, Kiinteistö Oy Hämeenlinnan Ukkometso, Kiinteistö Oy Kelatien Portti, Kiinteistö Oy Vantaan Härkälenkki 7 and Reinzen Oy.
1)=Owns 35% of the shares in Raatihuone Oy with his spouse through Reinzen Oy. Raatihuone Oy owns 39,730,408 shares in Toivo.
Kärkkäinen is a founding partner of Titanium Fund Management Company Ltd and has worked as a portfolio manager of the company since 2010 and as the CEO in 2009-2013. In addition, Kärkkäinen has worked as an investment manager at E. Öhman J:or Rahastoyhtiö Suomi Oy and a portfolio manager at eQ Pankki Oy. Kärkkäinen has served as a member of the Board of Titanium Oyj since 2014.
Previously, Tahkola has worked as the CEO of Talenom Plc. Tahkola is the Chairman of the Board at Ducap Oy, Omago Oy, Pitomaalaus Group Oy, Talenom Plc and Tukkunet Oy, and a member of the Board at Alfa Finance Oy, Citinvest Oy, Hecap Oy, Hemmo Capital Oy and Kiinteistö Oy Paiturinhalli.
Jonna Toikka, MSc (Econ), has served as the Country Lead of Google Ads in Finland since 2019, where she is the business owner for Google Ads Sales in Finland. She has also served as the Industry Head of Google Finland in 2011–2019. Prior to working at Google, she has held various management positions in tourism and advertising companies during 2001–2011. Toikka has also been the Chair of the Board of the Finnish Marketing Association (MARK) in 2017–2019 and member of the Board of IAB Finland in 2010–2011.
In the present term the Nomination Committee includes Asko Myllymäki as a representative appointed by Raatihuone Oy, Urho Myllymäki as a representative appointed by Heuke Oy and Urho Myllymäki, and Tuomas Hemmilä as a representative appointed by M.H. Korporaatio Oy and Tuomas Hemmilä. Tuomas Hemmilä acts as the Chairman of the Nomination Committee.
The Nomination Committee consists of three (3) members, of which the three (3) largest shareholders of the company are each entitled to appoint one (1) member.
The largest shareholders entitled to appoint members are determined annually based on the shareholder information registered on the first working day of September in the company's shareholder list maintained by Euroclear Finland Oy. However, if the shareholder submits a written request to the Board of Directors by the last working day of August at the latest, holdings in several funds or registers of such shareholder shall be counted in the calculation of the voting rights. In the case of individual owners, the determination considers both direct holdings and the holdings of controlled corporations, spouse and children. If two or more shareholders have the same number of shares and votes and members appointed by all of these shareholders cannot be appointed to the Nomination Committee, the issue is decided by lot. If the representative of the largest shareholder is also the Chairman of the Board of the company, they cannot be elected as Chairman of the Nomination Committee, but they can act as the representative of the owner as a member of the Nomination Committee.
The Chairman of the Board asks the three (3) largest shareholders to each appoint one member to the Nomination Committee in accordance with the determined share ownership. If the shareholder does not wish to exercise their right of appointment, the right shall be transferred to the next largest shareholder who would otherwise not have the right to appoint.
The Chairman of the Board convenes the first meeting of the Nomination Committee. The Committee elects a Chairman from among its members, who will convene the Committee in the future. Once the Committee has been selected, the company publishes the composition of the Nomination Committee in a press release.
The Nomination Committee is set up for the time being until the Annual General Meeting decides otherwise. The members of the Committee shall be appointed each year and their term ends upon the appointment of new members.
A shareholder is entitled to change the member they have appointed during the term of office by notifying the Chairman of the Committee. A member shall resign from the Nomination Committee if the shareholder who appointed them is no longer one of the ten largest shareholders of the company, unless the other members of the Committee unanimously decide otherwise. The right to appoint a replacing member shall be given to the shareholder who at that time is among the largest shareholders and who has not yet appointed a member to the Committee.