The Swedish Securities Council intends to rule on Haldex’ submission before the extraordinary general meeting
The Swedish Securities Council has informed Haldex that it intends to rule on the application that Haldex submitted earlier this week at a meeting on August 16. Haldex has requested that the acceptance periods should not be extended after September 26. Knorr-Bremse has been given the opportunity to respond.
An extraordinary general meeting (EGM) in Haldex will take place on August 17 at the request of Knorr-Bremse. Knorr-Bremse has proposed that the EGM resolve to instruct the board to change its decision and to recommend the Swedish Securities Counsel to approve an extension of the acceptance period until February 2018.
For further information, visit http://corporate.haldex.com or contact:
Jörgen Durban, Chairman of the board
Phone: +46 418 476163
Åke Bengtsson, Acting CEO
Phone: +46 418 476150
Catharina Paulcén, SVP Corporate Communications
Phone: 46 418 476157
Haldex AB (publ) is required to publish the above information under the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication by the Haldex media contact stated in the release on August 4, 2017 at 11.15 CEST.
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