Proposal of new members of AB Lindex Board of Directors

Proposal of new members of AB Lindex Board of Directors AB Lindex's Nomination Committee has decided to propose to the Annual General Meeting that Christer Gardell and Conny Karlsson be elected new members of the Board of Directors. Christer Gardell, born 1960, is president and owner of Amaranth Capital. Christer Gardell has no other assignments. Conny Karlsson, born 1955, is a consultant and chairman of MTV Produktion AB, Wilh. Sonesson AB and Tybring-gjedde ASA. The Nomination Committee also proposes re-election of Birgitta Johansson- Hedberg, Gerard H De Geer, Jörgen Johansson, Bengt Larsson and Lars Otterbeck. Tommy Persson, Michael Lemner and Erik Stensrud will not stand for re- election. Shareholders representing approximately 35 per cent of the company have announced to vote in favor of the Nomination Committee's proposal at the Annual General Meeting. AB Lindex Annual General Meeting will be held in Chalmersplatsen 1, Göteborg, on January 15 2004 at 4pm. Notice to AB Lindex Annual General Meeting will be published on Thursday December 4 2003. AB Lindex (publ). For further information please contact: Birgitta Johansson-Hedberg, Chairwoman AB Lindex Mobile: + 46 (0) 702-18 02 83 Ulrika Danielson, Communications manager Phone: +46 (0) 31- 739 50 05 Mobile: +46 (0) 709-50 16 13 The Lindex Group comprises two retail chains: Lindex with 313 stores in the Nordic market and 30 stores in Germany, and Twilfit with 58 stores in Sweden of which 10 are operated as franchise stores. The Group's business areas are Ladies' Wear, Lingerie and Children's Clothing. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker The following files are available for download:

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