Carnegie's interim report for January-June 2001 - correction

Carnegie's interim report for January-June 2001 - correction In the press release of 17 July, 2001, presenting the interim report for January-June 2001, advisory fees amounting to SEK 14 million within business area Asset Management & Private Banking has been incorrectly attributed to fees from mutual funds. The amount was generated during the second quarter of 2001. After this correction, total fees from mutual funds for the first half-year of 2001 amounted to SEK 174 million, an increase of 18 percent from the first half-year 2000. Income from advisory fees was SEK 32 million for the fist half-year of 2001. A new version of the interim report for Jan-June 2001 is available at (Investor Relations). For further information, please contact: Mats-Olof Ljungqvist (CFO), tel +46 8 5886 90 13 Birgitta Henriksson (Investor Relations), tel: +46 8 676 86 39, e-post Carnegie is the leading Nordic investment bank and asset management firm operating in three principal business areas: Securities, Investment Banking and Asset Management & Private Banking. Carnegie provides a wide array of products and services to Nordic and international clients from offices in seven countries: Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Luxembourg, UK and the US. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker The following files are available for download:

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