Changed Nomination Committee in Actic Group

Due to a new ownership structure in Actic Group, a decision has been made to change the composition of the Nomination Committee. The former main owners, Actic International S.â.r.l, representative Erik Ingemarsson leaves and is replaced by Anders Algotsson, appointed by AFA Försäkring.

The nomination committee will consists of the following members:

• Stefan Charette, Chairman, appointed by Athanase Industrial Partner

• Marianne Flink, appointed by Swedbank Robur Fonder

• Jannis Kitsakis, appointed by Fjärde AP-fonden

• Stefan Charette, appointed by Athanase Industrial Partner

• Anders Algotsson, appointed by AFA Försäkring  

• Erik Lautmann, Chairman of the Board in Actic Group

Furthermore, Göran Carlson will be acting as an adjunct.

The nomination committee’s proposal will be presented in the notice to the annual general meeting 2018, on May 15, and on the company’s web

Shareholders who wish to submit proposals may contact the nomination committee at the company’s address or e-mail: In order to enable the nomination committee to take proposals into consideration they must be submitted in good time prior to the annual general meeting and no later than January 31, 2018.

For further information, please contact:

Niklas Alm, Investor Relations,, +46 70 824 40 88

Actic Group shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, where Actic Group is a Small Cap company with the ticker code ATIC.

The information above is such that Actic Group AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 16:50 CET on 17 November 2017.

Actic (formerly Nautilus Gym) was founded in 1981 and launched the Gym & Swim club concept. The company began its international expansion in 1995 and as per 30 September 2017, Actic had 169 facilities and over 215,000 members in five countries. Actic’s main markets are Sweden, Norway, Finland as well as Germany and Austria. Actic offers a well-established exercise method known as high-intensity training (HIT) and offers its members personal training programmes including follow-up sessions with trained instructors. Together with swimming, this forms the core of Actic’s offering and differentiates us in the market.

Actic’s vision is to create a healthier society by attracting a broad target group and thereby expanding the market. The facilities engage in the local community to contribute to a healthier society. Actic, which has its head office in Solna, Stockholm, has approximately 700 full-time equivalent employees and had net sales of SEK 802 million in 2016. Actic is led by its President and CEO Christer Zaar.


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