Bulletin from extraordinary general meeting of Ainax AB (publ) held on 1 July 2004

Bulletin from extraordinary general meeting of Ainax AB (publ) held on 1 July 2004 At today's extraordinary general meeting of Ainax AB (publ) the current board members Mariana Burenstam Linder (employed as managing director of the company), Tuve Johannesson, Thierry Moulonguet, Lars Otterbeck and Clas Reuterskiöld were re-elected, and Tor Marthin and Anders Rydin were elected. Tor Marthin Tor Marthin (born in 1944) holds a M.Sc. Economics. Until his retirement in April 2004, Tor Marthin was responsible for asset management and Executive Vice President of AMF Pension. Tor Marthin is a director of Stockholms Stads Brandförsäkringskontor, Stockholm Institute for Financial Research and Stiftelsen för finansforskning. Anders Rydin Anders Rydin (born in 1945) holds a M.Sc. Economics. Anders Rydin is a former Executive Vice President and CFO of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB. Anders Rydin is a director of HHS Executive Education AB (Chairman), Cardo AB, NCC AB, AP-Fastigheter AB, SEB Kort AB, Enskilda Securities AB, Enskilda Securities ASA Norge and Biotage AB. The general meeting determined the fees to the board of directors to SEK 900,000 to be allocated so that the chairman receives SEK 275,000 and the remaining SEK 625,000 are split equally among the other directors (however, that no director who is employed by the company shall receive any fees). The general meeting appointed Tuve Johannesson as chairman of the board of directors. For more information, please contact: Mariana Burenstam Linder, managing director, tel +46 8 611 8810, mobile +46 70 595 2250 Mats Löfgren, CFO, tel + 46 709 200 999 www.ainax.se Ainax Ainax AB holds 27,320,838 Series A shares in Scania, corresponding to 24.8 per cent of the votes and 13.7 per cent of the capital. The objective is to create the highest possible value for Ainax' shareholders through realizing the added value that may exist in a controlling stake. The number of Ainax shares corresponds to the holding of Scania Series A shares, thus providing a transparent basis for the valuation of the company. With funding provided for its operations and an efficient organization the intention is to redistribute in full dividends received from the holding to Ainax' share-holders. If a sale has not occurred before 1 May 2008, Ainax' assets will be distributed to the shareholders. The Ainax share is traded on Nya Marknaden (New Market) since 8 June 2004. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2004/07/01/20040701BIT21290/wkr0001.pdf

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