Bank forces Jonas Birgersson to sell out part of his Framfab holding

Bank forces Jonas Birgersson to sell out part of his Framfab holding On request from his bank the vice chairman and CEO of Framfab Labs, Jonas Birgersson, has been forced to sell parts of his Framfab shares. The shares had earlier been mortgaged. During the end of last week and the start of this week the bank has forced Jonas Birgersson to sell 3,7 million shares in Framtidsfabriken AB. After this his holding amounts to 2.961.464 shares. Jonas Birgersson had mortgaged his shares in Framfab to be able to do investments mainly in B2 Bredband. As the share price has declined during the summer and autumn the bank has requested that a part of the holding should be sold. This divestment has been done purely for reasons linked to my private economy and does not at all mean that my commitment to Framfab has diminished in any way, says Jonas Birgersson. For more information please contact: Ola Kallemur, Press Relations Manager Framfab, +46 709 41 21 11, ola.kallemur@framfab.se, Framfab is a global Internet consulting company whose mission is to create new business for the network economy with the help of strategic counseling and digital services. Internet consulting operations are supported by Framfab Boosters, Framfab Software and Framfab Labs. Framfab runs operations in Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Spain, UK, Sweden, Germany and the US. Framfab's customers include 3M, AstraZeneca, AXA, Danske Bank, Electrolux, Ericsson, Expressen, le Groupe Pernod Ricard, IKEA, JP Morgan, Nike Europe, Packard Bell, SAAB, Vattenfall, Volvo Car Corporation and the Volvo Group. Framfab is listed on the OM Stockholm Exchange's Attract 40 List (ticker FTID). ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/12/08/20001208BIT00910/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/12/08/20001208BIT00910/bit0002.pdf

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