Björn Eriksson and Bo Dankis nominated to Gunnebo’s Board

The Gunnebo security group’s Nominations Committee, whose role includes preparing and submitting proposals for the membership of the company’s Board, will propose to the Annual General Meeting, which will be held on 30 March 2006 in Göteborg, that Björn Eriksson and Bo Dankis be elected to the Board in place of two members, Nils-Olov Jönsson and Sten Langenius, who will not be available for re-election.

Gunnebo’s Nomination Committee consists of Dan Sten Olsson, Stena Adactum, chairman; Nils-Olov Jönsson, Vätterledens Invest; Nils-Petter Hollekim, Odin Fonder; and Roger Holtback, Gunnebo’s chairman. Björn Eriksson (b. 1945) has served as budget director at the Ministry of Finance, Director-General of the Swedish Customs Board and head of the Swedish Coast Guard, as well as serving for eight years as Sweden’s National Police Commissioner. He has also been President of Interpol and the World Customs Organisation. He has been Provincial Governor for the County of Östergötland since 1996. Bo Dankis (b 1954) was president and CEO of ASSA ABLOY AB for two years until 2005. A graduate engineer, Dankis was head of ASSA ABLOY’s operations in Southern Europe between 2001 and 2003; he was also President of ASSA ABLOY’s company in France for four years. Prior to this Dankis spent eight years based in Japan in senior executive positions within ABB and Gadelius Trading. The Nomination Committee’s proposal for the new board is consequently as follows. To be re-elected: Roger Holtback, Mikael Jönsson, Martin Svalstedt, Bjarne Holmqvist and Lena Olving. To be elected: Björn Eriksson and Bo Dankis. GUNNEBO AB (publ) Group Communications For further information, please contact: Roger Holtback, Chairman Gunnebo AB, tel. +46 31-10 70 90, mobile +46 705-48 68 18, or Janerik Dimming, SVP Group Communications Gunnebo AB, tel. +46 31-83 68 03, mobile +46 705-83 68 03, or e-mail

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