Report from annual general meeting in Cimco Marine AB (publ)

-       The income statement and balance sheet for 2017 were adopted. The meeting resolved not to pay out dividends        for the financial year 2017. The board of directors and the CEO were discharged from        liability for the financial year 2017. -       Reelection of board members Andreas Blomdahl, Thomas Jakobsson, Luke Foster and Mats Säterberg and election        of Anders Berg and Magnus Folin as new board members. Reelection of Allan Foster as deputy member of the board. -       Anders Berg was appointed chairman of the board. -       Remuneration to the board of directors shall be in total SEK 1,050,000, of which SEK 300,000 shall be paid to the        chairman and SEK 150,000 shall be paid to each of the other members of the board. -       Reelection of Ernst & Young AB as auditor for the period until the end of the annual general meeting 2019. -       The board was authorized, up until the next annual general meeting and on one or more occasions,        to resolve on an increase of the company´s share capital by issuing new shares, warrants and/or convertibles.        The total number of shares issued under the authorization shall not exceed 20 percent        of the outstanding shares at the time of the annual general meeting 2018. For further information, please contact: Cecilia Anderberg, CEO, tel. +46 763-10 22 50, cecilia.anderberg@oxe-diesel.com Myron Mahendra, CFO, tel. +46 763-47 59 82, myron.mahendra@oxe-diesel.com Certified Adviser Västra Hamnen Corporate Finance AB is Certified Adviser for Cimco Marine AB (publ). Cimco Marine AB (publ) is obligated to make this information public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, on 19 April 2018 at 19:30. Cimco Marine AB (publ) has, after several years of development, constructed the OXE Diesel, the world´s first diesel outboard engine in the high power segment. OXE Diesel has a unique belt driven propulsion system that allows a hydraulic multi-friction gearbox to be mounted. This means that the engine can handle significantly higher loads than a traditional outboard engine. Cimco´s OXE diesel has a horizontally mounted engine as opposed to a traditional outboard with a vertically mounted engine.

Communication from Climeon AB (publ) Annual General Meeting April 19 2018

Annual report The annual report and the audit report were presented and adopted.  Discharge  The annual general meeting discharged the members of the board and the CEO from liability.  Remuneration  The annual general meeting decided a total remuneration to the board of directors of SEK 720,000 (last year SEK 325,800), to be distributed to the chairman SEK 240,000 (last year SEK 114,600) and members not employed by the company by SEK 120,000 (last year SEK 52,800).  The fee for the audit company was determined to be paid according to a reasonable cost statement. Board  At the annual general meeting it was decided to re-elect Per Olofsson, Thomas Öström, Stefan Brendgen, Olle Bergström, Vivianne Holm and Therese Lundstedt. Per Olofsson was re-elected as chairman of the board at the constitutive board meeting held in conjunction with the AGM.  Auditors The meeting re-elected Deloitte AB as auditors. Johan Telander, authorised public accountant, will continue as auditor in charge.  Presentation by the CEO  In a presentation on behalf of the company, by CEO Thomas Öström and COO Christoffer Andersson, it was described how the company has developed during 2017.  Approval of the board’s proposal for an incentive program for employeesThe meeting decided to approve the decision made by the board regarding incentive program for employees through issuing of a maximum of 400,000 warrants. Each warrant entitles to subscription of one new B share in the company at a price corresponding to 220 percent of the volume weighted average price listed for the company’s shares at First North Premier 20 trading days prior to 1 May 2018. Subscription of B-shares can take place during the period from 1 September 2021 up to an including 15 September 2021 or the earlier date set forth in the terms for the warrants. For each warrant subscribed a price per warrant equal to the market value calculated according to the Black & Scholes valuation model will be paid.  The board was authorized to decide on new issues of shares  The annual general meeting decided in accordance with the board’s proposal to authorize the board to, until the next annual general meeting, decide upon issues of new share B-shares, up to 3 000 000 new B shares.  For more information, please contact:  Thomas Öström, CEO, Climeon +46 708 94 96 05 thomas.ostrom@climeon.com  Per Olofsson, Chairman of the board +46 73 311 80 82 Or visit www.climeon.com Climeon AB (publ) The Board of directors

IK sells specialist tourism group Touristry to TGH

Founded in Stockholm in 2011, Touristry quickly gained market share from the incumbent market dominating player. Originally launched as a new brand of “hop on, hop off” buses, Touristry transformed the Nordic tourism sector by unveiling a fleet of modern bright red vehicles equipped with free Wi-Fi and multilingual audio guides. In 2014, the Company further expanded by adding hop-on, hop off sightseeing boats to its offering in Stockholm. Touristry offers an array of tourism services to approximately 2 million customers a year.  In addition to helping cement Touristry’s market leading position in the Nordic region, IK enabled the company to expand into Germany via two add-on acquisitions. Touristy now boasts a presence across Northern European tourist destination cities, including Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, and Berlin. Commenting on the sale, Kristian Carlsson Kemppinen, Partner at IK Investment Partners and advisor to the IK Small Cap I Fund said: “Touristry has been a success story and we have greatly enjoyed working with its entrepreneurial team. It has been a pleasure seeing the business grow to new heights. IK remains very interested in supporting management teams and investing in growing and innovative companies across Europe, and helping them to become market leaders like Touristry.”  Micha Gottfarb, founder of Touristry and CEO, commented: “Since our very first meeting, the business relationship with IK has been underpinned by mutual trust and a shared vision. With IK’s help we were able to transform Touristry into a truly international business, with the scale and functionality to grow and sustain our market share. I look forward to building on our success in this next chapter for the company together with our new partner, TGH.” Dirk Lubbers, CEO of TGH, said: “In Touristry we identified a company which had all the ingredients of a great business: innovation, a unique concept, and a product that was widely loved by the market. We look forward to working with Micha and his team to expand Touristry even further and ensure that the European tourism market continues to benefit from the great customer experience Touristry is able to provide. After our very successful expansion in Amsterdam we are thrilled to be able to realise a powerful urban tourism concept abroad. And as a result of our first foreign acquisition, I am proud to announce our new name; Tourism Group International.”

Telia Company initiates a share buy-back program

The disposals of assets (mainly related to Turkcell and MegaFon) and the strong cash flow generation in 2017 has led to a strong balance sheet. At the end of the first quarter 2018 the financial leverage was 1.0x. Adjusting for the dividend payment in April and other various known upcoming payments, the pro forma level is 1.3x. This is below the target of a net debt to EBITDA of 2x, +/-0.5x. The Board of Directors of Telia Company has therefore decided to initiate a share buy-back program as part of a continued effort to optimize the capital structure of the company. The ambition is to buy back shares for an annual amount of SEK 5 billion during the coming three years, subject to the annual general meeting approving necessary mandates for such share buy-backs in 2019 and 2020. Telia Company aims to make sure the shares are being bought back over the entire period for which the current mandate is valid. The intention is to cancel the shares bought back. The cancellation of shares requires approval by the annual general meeting. Since the ambition is to buy back shares over the coming three-year period, the Board of Directors intends to seek such approval at the 2019, 2020 and 2021 annual general meetings.  Adding SEK 15 billion to our net debt the financial leverage would increase from the current pro forma level of 1.3x the end of the first quarter 2018, to 1.8x. The value of the entire three-year program equals 9.1 percent of current market value.  The Board of Directors sees the buy-back program as a great complement to the current dividend policy, which will provide a flexibility and a sustainable increase in the value creation to the shareholders.  “I am pleased to present a clear path to right sizing our balance sheet. Through a buyback program we aim to increase the return to our shareholders meanwhile we maintain room for disciplined value creative M&A within our Nordic and Baltic strategy framework,” says Johan Dennelind, President and CEO of Telia Company.  The buy-back program is being carried out in accordance with the Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 (”MAR”) and the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2016/1052 (the “Safe Harbour Regulation”). The buy-back program will be managed by an investment firm or credit institution that makes its trading decisions regarding the timing of the buy-backs of Telia Company’s shares independently of Telia Company.  The buy-back program is subject to the following terms: · Share repurchases can be made between 23 April 2018 and 22 March 2019. Telia Company will buy back shares for a maximum amount of SEK 5 billion in the period.   · Subject to the trading restrictions set out in the Safe Harbour Regulation and Nasdaq Stockholm’s Rule Book for Issuers, shares for an aggregate consideration of at least SEK 250,000,000 shall be bought back per month.   · Repurchases are to be made on Nasdaq Stockholm and in accordance with Nasdaq Stockholm’s Rule Book for Issuers, MAR and the Safe Harbour Regulation.   · Repurchases of shares on Nasdaq Stockholm are to be made at a per-share price within the registered interval for the going rate at any given time, which denotes the interval between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price.   · According to the mandate given at the Annual General Meeting 10 April 2018 Telia Company’s holding of its own shares may not at any time exceed 10 percent of the outstanding shares in Telia Company. The total number of outstanding shares currently amounts to 4,330,084,781. Telia Company currently holds no own shares in treasury which means that a maximum of 433,008,478 shares may be repurchased until 22 March 2019.   · Payment for the shares will be made in cash.   · The program will be carried out as long as the financial leverage target of 2x +/-0.5x is not in any material way breached or there are strong strategic reasons to refrain from further buy-backs. For any queries about the buy-back program, please contact  Investors  Andreas Joelsson, Head of Investor RelationsTel: +46(0)70 863 33 27andreas.joelsson@teliacompany.com   MediaRalf Bagner, Press Officer                 Johanna Hansson Press OfficerTel: +46(0)70 338 72 48 +46(0)73 086 47 14ralf.bagner@teliacompany.com   johanna.hansson@teliacompany.com This information is information that Telia Company AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 06.45 CET on April 20, 2018.   For more information, please contact our press office +46 771 77 58 30, visit our Newsroom  or follow us on Twitter @Teliacompany  .   Forward-Looking StatementsStatements made in the press release relating to future status or circumstances, including future performance and other trend projections are forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that will occur in the future. There can be no assurance that actual results will not differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements due to many factors, many of which are outside the control of Telia Company.   We’re Telia Company, the New Generation Telco. Our approximately 20,000 talented colleagues serve millions of customers every day in one of the world’s most connected regions. With a strong connectivity base, we’re the hub in the digital ecosystem, empowering people, companies and societies to stay in touch with everything that matters 24/7/365 - on their terms. Headquartered in Stockholm, the heart of innovation and technology, we’re set to change the industry and bring the world even closer for our customers. Read more at www.teliacompany.com.

Interim report January–March 2018

Quarterly data  · Net sales were SEK 5 897 million (5 636), an increase of 5% mainly as a result of increased selling prices.  · EBITDA was SEK 1 065 million (923), an increase of 15% mainly as a result of increased selling prices, which were partly offset by higher wood prices.  · Adjusted EBITDA was SEK 1 102 million (938), an increase of 17%.  · The adjusted operating margin was 12% (10%).  · Adjusted operating profit was SEK 729 million (572), an increase of 27%.  · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 2.40 (1.94). Key highlights  · Stable production · Strong earnings driven by increased selling prices · Continued high demand across all business areas · Negative earnings impact from cost inflation and wood shortage · Strategic investments are progressing according to plan · Positive market outlook in both the short and long term COMMENTS BY CEO  Strong demand“The quarter was characterised by stable production and a continued strong demand for innovative and sustainable packaging. As the market leader in our selected product areas, we are well positioned to capture growth. Revenues in the quarter increased by 5% compared with the same period last year, which was mainly due to higher selling prices. Owing to the weather-related wood shortage that affected the entire sector, we have had difficulty in fully meeting customer demand during the period. Our investments are progressing according to plan. The paper machine at Skärblacka is currently undergoing start-up and is expected to make a positive contribution to earnings towards the end of the year. At Gruvön, we have strengthened the programme management and created clearer ownership of each element of the project. As we equip ourselves for the future, we have to not only expand capacity to meet increased demand but also optimise production between our mills. We shall ensure a customer-oriented offering produced in resource-efficient facilities with stable availability and a high level of safety.” The resultEBITDA for the quarter rose by 15% to SEK 1 065 million. Sales volumes decreased compared with last year, while net sales increased by 5% owing mainly to increased prices and a positive currency impact. Variable costs increased, mainly owing to demand-related price increases for wood and chemicals. All business areas are continuing to deliver stable earnings. Packaging Paper is delivering strong earnings, driven by increased demand and higher prices. Consumer Board had high availability and EBITDA increased by 8% compared with last year. Managed Packaging, within Corrugated Solutions, is continuing to deliver strong sales growth. Production availability was good during the quarter. This is essential for profitable growth and continued investments in the future. Disruptions to production or start-up problems directly impact how customers perceive quality, as well as impacting Group profits. To minimise problems in production in the future, a Group unit has been set up to harmonise the work on increasing safety, and to ensure stability and quality at all facilities. The starting point for this work is to adopt a more customer-oriented perspective and focus on preventive actions. Market outlookStrong demand across all business areas is expected to continue over the next quarter. We have favourable order levels with opportunities for continued price increases to offset the rising raw material prices that are adversely affecting the entire sector. In the longer term, the market trends of urbanisation, digitalisation, globalisation and sustainability offer significant opportunities for continued growth. We are correctly positioned, with a broad offering of innovative and sustainable packaging and solutions. Demand for a comprehensive offering, in which the sustainability of materials plays a key role, is growing. Packaging is gaining an increasingly important role in many brand owners’ efforts to make their products more competitive. This continues to give us great confidence in our products and our development. StrategyIn order to deliver profitable growth of 3–4%, goal-oriented and intensive work is being undertaken in four strategic areas: position, innovation, sustainability and efficiency. There is currently a strong emphasis on capturing growth in selected product areas and supplying our current and future customers with the highest-quality sustainable packaging materials and solutions. Our two major investment projects have not only demonstrated our ambitions to meet the increased needs of the market, but we have also shown our potential to create an efficient production structure. For further information, please contact:Susanne Lithander, CFO, +46 8 553 335 00Christopher Casselblad, Investor Relations, +46 8 553 335 08 This information constituted inside information prior to publication. This is information that BillerudKorsnäs AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 07.00 CET on 20 April 2018.

Telia Company Interim report January-March 2018

First quarter summary · Net sales in local currencies, excluding acquisitions and disposals, increased 0.2 percent. In reported currency, net sales rose 3.2 percent to SEK 19,852 million (19,227). Service revenues in local currencies, excluding acquisitions and disposals, decreased 0.9 percent. · Adjusted EBITDA rose 4.2 percent in local currencies, excluding acquisitions and disposals. In reported currency, adjusted EBITDA rose 7.4 percent to SEK 6,495 million (6,049) due to organic growth, positive net impact from acquisitions and disposals and foreign exchange rate impact. The adjusted EBITDA margin improved to 32.7 percent (31.5). · Adjusted operating income fell 3.2 percent to SEK 3,588 million (3,706). · Total net income fell to SEK -600 million (7,054) mainly due to the disposals of Azercell and Geocell (resulting in capital losses and lower net income contribution), and an impairment charge related to Ucell. The devaluation in Uzbekistan in the third quarter of 2017 had also a negative impact in the first quarter of 2018, while the first quarter of 2017 included a positive effect from the adjustment of the provision regarding the Uzbekistan investigations. These also affected Total net income attributable to the owners of the parent that fell to SEK -710 million (6,894). · Free cash flow in continuing and discontinued operations rose to SEK 4,383 million (4,087). Operational free cash flow in continuing operations increased to SEK 4,256 million (3,937). · The Board of Directors has decided to initiate a share buyback program. The ambition is to buy back shares for an annual amount of SEK 5 billion over the coming three year period. The reason is to return excess cash to shareholders and is a continued effort to optimize the capital structure of the company. · Outlook for 2018 is revised. Comments by Johan Dennelind, President & CEO “Dear shareholders and Telia followers, I am pleased to report that the start of 2018 has been encouraging with strong operational free cash flow generation of SEK 4.3 billion and a 7 percent reported EBITDA growth versus last year. Together with the recent Turkcell dividend decision and Spotify divestment, this is strengthening our balance sheet even further. The Board of Directors has decided to utilize its repurchase mandate given at the recent annual general meeting with the aim to buy back shares equivalent to SEK 5 billion per annum over the coming three year period i.e. in total SEK 15 billion. The rationale is to return excess cash to shareholders and to optimize the capital structure of the company. Combining this with the ordinary dividend policy we believe that we will be offering an attractive total return to our shareholders. In addition, we will still have room to execute disciplined value creative M&A within our Nordic and Baltic strategy. The financial performance in the first quarter of 2018 is strong with further cash flow growth, driven by EBITDA, working capital and cash CAPEX reductions. The service revenue development in Sweden improved, mainly from the mobile consumer segment and a slower deterioration in the enterprise segment. In Finland, service revenues saw a continuous positive contribution from mobile, especially the enterprise segment that has turned the corner. During the summer, our Helsinki data center will open adding further services to our customers and we will start to see the effects of the recently acquired ice hockey rights early autumn. In Norway, the Phonero customers have been successfully migrated and we are leveraging on the synergies, in the quarter approximately SEK 100 million, resulting in a double-digit EBITDA growth. The development in the Baltics continues to be encouraging and a reshaped mobile portfolio in Denmark shows early positive signs. On the 2018 ambition to reduce costs we have completed savings of around SEK 0.2 billion during the first quarter, equivalent to around 20 percent of the total program ambition. This is well in line with our plans and the target of SEK 1.1 billion in net cost reduction for 2018 stands firm. The reshaping of Telia Company continues with further, responsible I want to add, disposals of our Eurasian assets Azercell and Geocell. We have also divested our holding in Spotify, which generated a return of 2.4 times the original investment. We have together with our co-owners in Turkcell Holding agreed on a Turkcell dividend that will bring around SEK 0.9 billion to Telia Company during 2018. In addition, we now also have a seat at the Turkcell board, which is a step forward in restoring ordinary corporate governance. In our annual and sustainability report, we have published our responsible business goals, the progress of the work we do to address the UN Sustainability Development Goals and describe Younite, our employee engagement program. Looking at the remainder of 2018 we have a lot to look forward to and deliver upon. We continue to execute the transformation in Sweden and other markets, which is still holding back our full potential of our customer experience and efficiency agenda. We are tracking our plans and not faltering from our dedication to complete the transformation journey. This journey will be completed to deliver a future proof digital leader – a New Generation Telco. We are also reiterating our EBITDA guidance whilst we slightly change our cash flow guidance, where we now see that we will be above last year’s level (previously “around”).” Johan Dennelind, President and CEO This information is information that Telia Company AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07.00 CET on April 20, 2018. For more information, please contact our press office +46 771 77 58 30, visit our Newsroom  or follow us on Twitter @Teliacompany  . Forward-Looking StatementsStatements made in the press release relating to future status or circumstances, including future performance and other trend projections are forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that will occur in the future. There can be no assurance that actual results will not differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements due to many factors, many of which are outside the control of Telia Company.  We’re Telia Company, the New Generation Telco. Our approximately 20,000 talented colleagues serve millions of customers every day in one of the world’s most connected regions. With a strong connectivity base, we’re the hub in the digital ecosystem, empowering people, companies and societies to stay in touch with everything that matters 24/7/365 - on their terms. Headquartered in Stockholm, the heart of innovation and technology, we’re set to change the industry and bring the world even closer for our customers. Read more at www.teliacompany.com.

Vattenfall aims for leadership in EV charging infrastructure

"We are continuously developing in order to meet requirements of the new energy landscape and the needs of our customers. Electric vehicles are increasingly popular, thus increasing the need for easy charging solutions. This is the key driver for us and our partners and with the new unit we are putting force behind our ambition to build one of Northwest Europe’s biggest charging networks," says Magnus Hall, Vattenfall's CEO. Vattenfall currently operates EV charging networks in Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands. Vattenfall will now gradually extend the offering for convenient home, business and public charging solutions to new markets, such as the UK, France and Norway. "From now on we expect our charging network to double in size every year in order meet a sharp increase in electric vehicle growth. We aim for a turnover of SEK 1 billion within five years," says Tomas Björnsson, Head of Vattenfall's E-mobility business unit. The new business unit employs some 60 people today and is growing rapidly. In a bid to further promote the usage of electrical vehicles, Vattenfall is currently implementing a program to electrify its fleet of 3,500 vehicles. Those will be replaced with EV:s or hybrid-cars by 2022. Vattenfall's strategy is to be fossil free within one generation. Under the current investment plan, SEK 3 billion has been allocated for the development of new businesses, including charging infrastructure and battery storage. FactsVattenfall currently operates 8.800 charging points in Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany. The InCharge charging network was launched in Sweden in November 2016. It is developed together with cities, businesses, municipalities and local power companies. Read more at www.goincharge.com For further information, please contact:Vattenfall’s Press Office, telephone: +46 (0)8 739 50 10, email: press@vattenfall.com

Ericsson reports first quarter results 2018

First quarter highlights (In 2017, certain items affecting comparability had a significant negative impact on the results.)  · Reported sales decreased by -9% YoY. Sales, adjusted for currency, decreased by -2% YoY with lower revenues in market areas North East Asia as well as in South East Asia, Oceania and India. The other market areas showed growth. · Gross margin was 34.2% (15.7%) 1). Gross margin excluding restructuring charges improved YoY, to 35.9% (18.7%) 1), supported by cost reductions and the continued ramp-up of Ericsson Radio System (ERS). · Operating income (loss) was SEK -0.3 (-11.3) b. Operating income (loss) excluding restructuring charges was SEK 0.9 (-9.5) b. · Networks operating margin excluding restructuring charges was 13.5% (12.8%) 1) with strong gross margin and increased investments in R&D. · Digital Services gross margin excluding restructuring charges improved YoY, to 41.4% (-25.5%) 1), driven by improved services margins as a result of cost reductions. Operating income (loss) excluding restructuring charges was SEK -2.0 (-8.8) b. · Managed Services operating margin excluding restructuring charges was 1.9% (-28.7%) 1) as a result of cost reductions and customer contract reviews. · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 1.6 (-1.5) b. and free cash flow was SEK 0.3 (-3.2) b. Net cash increased YoY to SEK 35.6 (28.3) b. 1) Write-down of assets as well as provisions and adjustments related to certain customer projects had a significant negative impact on the 2017 results. In addition, a restate of 2016 and 2017 numbers has been made following IFRS 15 introduction. +--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|SEK b. |Q1 |Q1 |YoY |Q4 |QoQ || |2018 |2017 |change|2017 |change|+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Net sales |43.4 |47.8 |-9% |57.9 |-25% |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Sales growth adj. for |- |- |-2% |- |-24% ||comparable units and | | | | | ||currency | | | | | |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Gross margin |34.2%|15.7% |- |21.6% |- |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Operating income (loss) |-0.3 |-11.3 |- |-19.3 |- |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Operating margin |-0.7%|-23.6%|- |-33.3%|- |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Net income (loss) |-0.7 |-10.0 |- |-18.5 |- |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|EPS diluted, SEK |-0.25|-3.08 |- |-5.63 |- |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|EPS (non-IFRS), SEK 1) |0.11 |-2.19 |- |-1.09 |- |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Cash flow from operating |1.6 |-1.5 |- |11.2 |-86% ||activities | | | | | |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Free cash flow 2) |0.3 |-3.2 |- |10.1 |-97% |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Net cash, end of period |35.6 |28.3 |26% |34.7 |3% |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Gross margin excluding |35.9%|18.7% |- |25.1% |- ||restructuring charges | | | | | |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Operating income (loss) |0.9 |-9.5 |- |-16.9 |- ||excluding restructuring | | | | | ||charges | | | | | |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+|Operating margin excluding|2.0% |-19.9%|- |-29.1%|- ||restructuring charges | | | | | |+--------------------------+-----+------+------+------+------+ 1) EPS diluted, excl. amortizations and write-downs of acquired intangible assets, and excluding restructuring charges. When a company reports a loss, the number of shares used for calculating earnings diluted per share shall be the same as for basic calculation.2) Free cash flow: Cash flow from operating activities less net capital expenditures and other investments, see APMs at the end of the report. Non-IFRS financial measures are reconciled to the most directly reconcilable line items in the financial statements at the end of this report. Comments from Börje Ekholm, President and CEO of Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) We have continued to execute on our focused business strategy creating solutions that help our customers improve their business. Our efforts to improve efficiency in service delivery and common costs are starting to pay off. The gross margin1) improved to 36% (19%) in the quarter, tracking well towards our Group target of 37-39% by 2020. A cornerstone in our strategy is to invest in R&D for both technology leadership and cost leadership, which will allow us to generate higher gross margins. We continue to increase our R&D investments in Networks to lead in 5G. In Digital Services we continue to increase investments into our new cloud-native portfolio as well as changing our ways of working for better R&D efficiency. In Managed Services we continue to focus on machine intelligence, automation and analytics to further enhance user experience, improve efficiency and better manage the increasingly complex networks of tomorrow. In Networks we have seen the portfolio becoming more competitive in the last three quarters of 2017, resulting in market share gains, as reported by external sources. In Networks the gross margin1) improved to 40% (35%). In Digital Services, the gross margin 1) improved to 41% (-25%), supported by cost reductions mainly in service delivery. However, operating income in Digital Services remains challenging. In Managed Services the gross margin1) improved to 9% (-7%) supported by efficiency gains in service delivery and customer contract reviews, resulting in a positive operating income1). In segment Emerging Business and Other, we are gradually increasing investments in growth areas such as IoT and Unified Delivery Network (UDN). While the combined operating income of Media Solutions and Red Bee Media improved YoY, these businesses showed a loss2) of SEK -0.5 b. in the quarter. We expect to close the announced Media Solutions divestment by the end of the third quarter. In the quarter we reduced the total workforce by more than 3,000. Since the reduction activities were launched in July last year, we have reduced the total workforce by almost 18,000. To date, the annual run-rate effect of cost savings is approximately SEK 8.5 b., compared with the target of SEK 10 b. for mid-2018. The run-rate reduction does not yet fully impact the quarterly results. Free cash flow improved to SEK 0.3 (-3.2) b. – another step forward in improving our financial resilience. Net cash was SEK 35.6 (28.3)b. The improvements in the quarter are encouraging. However, more work remains to be done. We have confidence in the strategic direction laid out and remain fully committed to our long-term targets. Looking ahead, we expect the rapidly increasing focus on 5G to continue, with initial business discussions focusing on enhanced mobile broadband. We continue to work closely with customers to define the optimal business models to enable them to tap into new revenue streams and capture the full value of 5G. 1) Excluding restructuring charges2) Excluding restructuring charges and corporate allocations Planning assumptions going forward Market related                                                           · The Radio Access Network (RAN) equipment market is estimated to decline by -2% for full-year 2018 with 2% CAGR (2018-2022). In 2018, the Chinese market is expected to decline due to reduced LTE investments, while there is positive momentum in North America. Currency exposure               · Rule of thumb: A weakening by 10% of USD to SEK would have a negative impact of approximately -5% on net sales and approximately -1 percentage point on operating margin (based on 2017 full-year currency exposure). For historical rates, see www.ericsson.com/en/investors Ericsson related · 5-year average sales seasonality between Q1 and Q2 is +9% · Focusing the business and addressing low-performing operations are expected to reduce full-year sales by up to SEK 10 b. in 2019 compared with 2016. · The current revenue baseline of the IPR licensing contract portfolio is approximately SEK 7 b. on an annual basis. · The plan is to implement cost savings with an annual run-rate effect of at least SEK 10 b. by mid-2018, compared with the Q2 2017 annual run rate. · Operating expenses typically vary between quarters due to seasonality. · Restructuring charges for full-year 2018 are estimated to be SEK 5-7 b and slightly higher in Q2 vs Q1. · Actual and estimated net impact from amortization and capitalization of development expenses and from recognition and deferral of hardware costs:  +-------------+-------+---------+-------+-------+---------+---------+|SEK b.  |Q1 2018|Q2 2018 |Q2 2017|FY 2017|FY 2018 |FY 2019 || |Actual |Estimate |Actual |Actual |Estimate |Estimate |+-------------+-------+---------+-------+-------+---------+---------+|Cost of sales|-0.3 |-0.2 |-0.4 |-2.6 |-1 | |+-------------+-------+---------+-------+-------+---------+---------+|R&D expenses |-0.4 |-0.4 |0.1 |-0.3 |-2 | |+-------------+-------+---------+-------+-------+---------+---------+|Total impact |-0.7 |-0.6 |-0.3 |-2.9 |-3 |-1 to -2 |+-------------+-------+---------+-------+-------+---------+---------+ · The divestment of Media Solutions is expected to be closed by the end of Q3 2018. Results will be reported as share of earnings according to the equity method. Ericsson’s holding will be 49% of the shares. Media Solutions sales were SEK 3.2 b. in 2017. · Consequences of Q1 and Q2 changes in product responsibilities between segments are described in detail in Financial highlights, page 4 in the complete report. NOTES TO EDITORS You find the complete report with tables in the attached PDF or by following this link https://www.ericsson.com/assets/local/investors/documents/financial-reports-and-filings/interim-reports-archive/2018/3month18-en.pdf or on www.ericsson.com/investors The company will hold two identical conference calls for journalists, financial analysts and investors. President and CEO Börje Ekholm and CFO Carl Mellander will comment on the report and take questions. The first conference call will begin at 09:00 CEST (08:00 BST in London, 03:00 EDT in New York and 16:00 JST in Tokyo), and the second at 14:00 CEST (13:00 BST in London, 08:00 EDT in New York and 21:00 JST in Tokyo). To join the conference call, please phone one of the following numbers: Sweden: +46 (0) 8 5664 2651 (Toll-free Sweden: 0200 883685) International/UK: +44 3333 000 804 (Toll-free UK: 0800 358 9473) US: +1 631 913 1422 (Toll-free US: +1 8558 570 686) PIN code: For 09:00 CEST call, 55234216# and for 14:00 CEST call, 61966022# Please call in at least 15 minutes before the conference calls begin. As there are usually a large number of callers, it may take some time before you are connected. A live audio webcast of the conference call will be available at www.ericsson.com/investors and www.ericsson.com/press Replay: Replay of the conference calls will be available from about one hour after each has ended until April 27, 2018. Sweden replay number: +46 (0) 8 519 993 85 International replay number: +44 (0) 333 300 0819 For 09:00 CEST call, 301225218# and for 14:00 CEST call, 301225221# FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT Contact person Peter Nyquist, Head of Investor RelationsPhone: +46 10 714 64 99E-mail: peter.nyquist@ericsson.com  Additional contacts Helena Norrman, Senior Vice President, Marketing and CommunicationsPhone: +46 10 719 34 72E-mail: media.relations@ericsson.com Investors Åsa Konnbjer, Director, Investor RelationsPhone: +46 10 713 39 28E-mail: asa.konnbjer@ericsson.com Stefan Jelvin, Director, Investor RelationsPhone: +46 10 714 20 39E-mail: stefan.jelvin@ericsson.com  Rikard Tunedal, Director, Investor RelationsPhone: +46 10 714 54 00E-mail: rikard.tunedal@ericsson.com Media Ola Rembe, Vice President, Head of External CommunicationsPhone: +46 10 719 97 27E-mail: media.relations@ericsson.com  Corporate CommunicationsPhone: +46 10 719 69 92E-mail: media.relations@ericsson.com This information is information that Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:30 CEST on April 20, 2018.

Report for the first quarter 2018: Continued improvement in earnings, despite temporary headwinds in operations

Comments by the CEO SSAB’s operating profit for Q1 2018 was SEK 916 million, up SEK 214 million compared with Q1 2017. Earnings were also up compared with the prior quarter, however earnings were negatively affected by some operational issues. There was a two weeks production disruption in the blast furnace in Oxelösund that affected SSAB Special Steels. During the quarter, we also had capacity problems in rail transport of slabs which resulted in both output and shipment losses in SSAB Europe. Both issues were resolved by the end of the quarter. Demand is still good in our markets and SSAB’s growth initiatives developed well during the quarter. Customer needs for increasingly lighter and stronger products continue to drive structural growth in SSAB Special Steels, while demand is also supported by cyclical recovery in several segments. SSAB Special Steels’ shipments were 346 thousand tonnes, up 25% compared with Q1 2017 and operating profit increased by SEK 191 million to SEK 434 million. The result was negatively affected by the blast furnace production disruption mentioned above. SSAB Europe's operating profit was SEK 657 million, somewhat lower than in Q1 2017. Demand continued to be at a good level, but SSAB’s shipments were down 4%. This was primarily due to the capacity problems in rail transport mentioned above. Shipments of high-strength steel in the Automotive segment were 11% higher than in Q1 2017. SSAB Americas’ Q1 operating profit rose with SEK 286 million to SEK 129 million. Heavy plate spot prices in North America have risen sharply since November last year. However, contract prices and longer lead times mean a certain delay before these higher prices are reflected in SSAB’s earnings and margins only began to improve towards the end of Q1. The steel tariffs introduced during Q1 have so far had limited impact. During Q1 we presented our conclusions from the pre-feasibility study for the fossil-free steel initiative, HYBRIT, and we are now planning a globally-unique pilot plant for fossil-free steel production in northern Sweden, with the first ground to be taken during the summer. The outlook remains good for 2018. SSAB has strong market positions in our home markets and in our global niches. All in all, we have good opportunities for continued profitable growth and to generate strong cash flow. We have strengthened the balance sheet significantly and the AGM held in April resolved to pay a dividend of SEK 1.00 per share.  Invitation to SSAB’s first quarter 2018 results briefing SSAB invites you to a presentation of the quarterly report at 9.30am CEST on Friday April 20, 2018. The press conference will be held in English and live webcast on SSAB’s website www.ssab.com. It is also possible to participate in the briefing via telephone. Venue and time of briefing: World Trade Center (WTC) Stockholm, Kungsbron 1, Conference room Manhattan, 09.30am CEST. Telephone numbers:+46 8 505 564 74 (Sweden),+44 203 364 5374 (UK),+1 855 753 2230 (USA). Link to webcast: Go to webcast   For further information, please contact:Investor Relations: Per Hillström, Head of IR,per.hillstrom@ssab.com, +46 70 2952 912  Media: Viktoria Karsberg, Head of Corporate Communications,viktoria.karsberg@ssab.com, +46 8 454 5734 This information is inside information that SSAB AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 7.30am CEST on April 20, 2018.

Interim Report for Duni AB (publ) 1 January – 31 March 2018

1 January – 31 March ·  Net sales amounted to SEK 1,080 m (1,004). Adjusted for exchange rate movements, net sales increased by 4.4%.  ·  Earnings per share after dilution amounted to SEK 1.22 (1.22).  ·  Underlying growth in all business areas.  ·  Record-high pulp prices exerted pressure on gross margins in the Table Top and Consumer business areas.  ·  Price increase compensation was a central activity during the quarter.  · Acquisition of Biopac UK Ltd, which as from February has been consolidated in the Meal Service business area. KEY FINANCIALS +-----------------------------+--------+--------+---------+---------+|SEK m  |3 months|3 months|12 months|12 months|| | Jan-Mar| Jan-Mar| Apr-Mar| Jan-Dec|| | 2018| 2017|2017/2018| 2017|+-----------------------------+--------+--------+---------+---------+|Net sales | 1,080| 1,004| 4,517| 4,441|+-----------------------------+--------+--------+---------+---------+|Operating income1) | 90| 89| 492| 491|+-----------------------------+--------+--------+---------+---------+|Operating margin1) | 8.4%| 8.9%| 10.9%| 11.1%|+-----------------------------+--------+--------+---------+---------+|Income after financial items | 78| 78| 439| 439|+-----------------------------+--------+--------+---------+---------+|Net income  | 59| 58| 334| 334|+-----------------------------+--------+--------+---------+---------+ 1)For key financials and reconciliation of alternative key financials, see pages 27-28. CEO’s comments ”Sales in Q1 2018 amounted to SEK 1,080 m (1,004). Just over 2 percentage points of the increase can be attributed to the acquisition of Sharp Serviettes in New Zealand, which took place in Q2 2017, and of Biopac in UK this year. More than 3 percentage points of the increase is a result of positive currency effects. The underlying organic, currency-adjusted growth was, in other words, around 2% in the quarter, despite fewer sales days.   Operating income was SEK 90 m (89). The income was affected negatively by the record-high pulp prices. The already announced price increases will compensate for these increased costs in primarily Q2. The income for the quarter was affected positively by currency effects.   Pulp prices have continued to rise during the quarter. We follow the development closely and evaluate the ongoing need for further price adjustments. Net debt at the end of the quarter amounted to SEK 987 m (887). Since Duni's net debt is mainly raised in foreign currency, the consolidated amount is affected by the weak Swedish krona.  The Table Top business area reported net sales of SEK 534 m (511) and operating income of SEK 62 m (64). Sales increased in all significant markets, except in the Nordic region. The growth is driven by Duni's premium napkins, which continue to develop positively. The somewhat weaker result is mainly related to the high paper pulp prices. During the quarter, Table Top initiated a marketing concept for napkins to make it easier for the customer to find the right product for their specific occasion.  The Meal Service business area increased its sales to SEK 178 m (162) and its operating income to SEK 6 m (2). The relatively high growth is driven by the acquisition of Biopac in the UK and the growth in Duni's ecoecho® environmentally-profiled range. The improvement in result from the previous year is a consequence of higher sales, and was also affected positively by improved procurement terms.   The Consumer business area's sales increased to SEK 265 m (247), while its operating income increased to SEK 18 m (16). The period was affected positively by a successful campaign in Germany. The New Markets business area increased its net sales to SEK 81 m (70), while its operating income fell to SEK 4 m (7). The sales increase was mainly related to the acquisitions in New Zealand and Thailand. The business area achieved several market investments and organizational improvements, to ensure continued strong organic growth. These investments explain the lower operating income during the quarter.  Overall, a stable result showing some growth but with strong negative impacts seen in high raw material prices and yet, positive currency effects,” says Johan Sundelin, President and CEO, Duni.  :: For additional information please contact:Johan Sundelin, President and CEO, +46 40 10 62 00Mats Lindroth, CFO, +46 40 10 62 00Helena Haglund, Group Accounting Manager, +46 734 19 63 04  Duni AB (publ)Box 237SE-201 22 MalmöTel.: +46 40 10 62 00www.duni.comRegistration number: 556536-7488  :: Duni is a leading supplier of attractive and convenient products for table setting and take-away. The Duni brand name is sold in more than 40 markets and enjoys a number one position in Central and Northern Europe. Duni has around 2,400 employees in 23 countries, headquarters in Malmö, Sweden, and production units in Sweden, Germany, Poland, Thailand and New Zealand. Duni is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm under the ticker name “DUNI”. The ISIN code is SE0000616716. This information is information that Duni AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:45 CET on 20 April 2018.

Tele2 – Sweden’s most energy efficient operator

Mobile networks are currently experiencing an exponential growth in traffic volumes in connection to increased use of data and the launch of new solutions. While technical services create opportunities for reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the world, they also contribute to increased pressure on networks and, thereby, larger energy use. Tele2 sees it as its responsibility to continuously find ways to make its operations more energy efficient. In the beginning of 2017, Tele2 initiated a solution together with Telenor in its shared 4G-network where the base station power amplifier was turned off when the customers did not use it. One year later, the initiative has saved about 2,3 million kWh which corresponds to the electricity use a BMW i3 would need to drive around the world 380 times. Tele2 is now continuing to assess if smaller changes in the networks can contribute to large energy savings for a greener world.  Sweden’s most energy efficient networkWith information from annual reports and key figures from Post- och Telestyrelsen (the National Post and Telecom Agency) Tele2 can conclude that it has Sweden's most energy-efficient network. The biggest contributing factor is that Tele2 share all its network infrastructure with other operators. Tele2 is also, as the only operator in the countries it operates in, a part of the international initiative SooGreen, which is supported by Vinnova and aims to create a greener telecom industry. “If you compare the energy use per customer, Tele2 is well ahead of its competitors and is thereby the most energy efficient operator in Sweden. Our shared networks allow both expansion and operation to be more cost effective and resource efficient, which benefit both consumers and the environment. But we do not stop there and constantly try to find new initiatives to make the environment a friendly place for the next generations. These initiatives are great examples of that”, says Samuel Skott, CEO of Tele2 Sweden. See previous press release here. Read more about Tele2’s efforts for the environment here.  For more information, please contact:Angelica Gustafsson, Head of Public Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 704 26 41 42Louise Ekman, Head of Press Relations, Tele2 Sweden, tel: +46 705 22 21 17Erik Strandin Pers, Head of Investor Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 733 41 41 88 TELE2’S MISSION IS TO FEARLESSLY LIBERATE PEOPLE TO LIVE A MORE CONNECTED LIFE. We believe the connected life is a better life, and so our aim is to make connectivity increasingly accessible to our customers, no matter where or when they need it. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government monopolies and other established providers. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data network services, content services and global IoT solutions. Every day our 17 million customers across 8 countries enjoy a fast and wireless experience through our award winning networks. Tele2 has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since 1996. In 2017, Tele2 had net sales of SEK 25 billion and reported an EBITDA of SEK 6.4 billion. For definitions of measures, please see the last pages of the Annual Report 2017. Follow @Tele2group on Twitter for the latest updates

Dustin recruits Alexandra Drevenlid as VP Services & Solutions

Alexandra has most recently held the position Chief Digital Officer at Tieto and before that she was CTIO at Tele2 Group and CTIO and CTO at Tele2 Sweden. - I am very happy that Alexandra will strengthen our management team. She combines a strong leadership with deep knowledge within IT and has what it takes to take Dustin’s services and solutions offering to the next level. In addition to that she has experience from leading large Nordic organizations says Thomas Ekman, CEO of Dustin. She will take on her new position at the latest during October 2018. - Dustin is a strong company at an exciting stage building on the origin in e-commerce through strengthening the offering within services and solutions. I will get the opportunity to use my deep knowledge of services within IT and telecom and is very much looking forward to being part of continuing to develop Dustin’s offering, says Alexandra Drevenlid. For further information, please contact:   Eva Ernfors, Head of Information: eva.ernfors@dustin.se, +46 70 258 62 94 About Dustin Dustin is one of the leading Nordic resellers of IT products with associated services to companies, the public sector and private individuals. With its core business in e-commerce, Dustin functions as a bridge between the manufacturer’s wide-ranging offerings and customer requirements, in which Dustin’s employees support customers in finding the appropriate solution for them. Dustin is a one-stop-shop that offers some 250,000 products with associated services, features and solutions. Operations are conducted in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. The company has approximately 1 000 employees. Sales during the 2016/17 financial year amounted to approximately SEK 9.3 billion. About 90 per cent of Dustin’s income derives from the corporate market with a focus on small and medium-sized companies. Dustin Group has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2015 and has its head office in Nacka, Stockholm.

Klarna publishes annual report for 2017

April 20, 2018 - Today, Klarna Bank AB (publ) (“Klarna”) publishes its annual report for 2017. 2017 was a record year for Klarna with a 42% year over year growth in total sales volumes. The growth was mainly driven by an increased adoption of merchants, with Group total now amounting to 89,000, corresponding to a 26,000 increase compared to last year. 2017 also saw significant growth in the number of consumers, 19 million new customer started to use Klarna’s simple, safe and smoooth payment solutions during the year. At Klarna, our purpose is to simplify buying. This is done by making buying simpler and safer for consumers and selling simpler and safer for merchants. Klarna’s business is primarily comprised of payment solutions and consumer credit products designed specifically for e-commerce. Klarna’s expertise within payments and financing, combined with a relentless focus on the user experience drive value for merchants as well as consumers. The annual reports of Klarna Bank AB (publ) and Klarna Holding AB are available in English and Swedish at www.klarna.com. The annual results were made public with the Klarna year-end report on February 28. The annual reports have been approved by the AGM on April 13, and will be filed with Bolagsverket in Sweden within 30 days after the AGM. For further information, please contact:Aoife Houlihan, VP of Communications+46 (0) 72855 8047aoife.houlihan@klarna.comOr visit:www.klarna.comAbout KlarnaKlarna is one of Europe’s leading payments providers and fully licensed bank, which wants to revolutionise the payment experience for shoppers and merchants alike. Founded in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2005, we offer a simple, safe and smoooth checkout experience. Klarna now works with 89,000 merchants. Klarna has 1,700 employees and is active in 14 countries. Klarna is backed by investors such as Sequoia Capital, Bestseller Group, Atomico, VISA and Permira. This information is information that Klarna Bank AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08.00 CET on April 20, 2018.

Interim report for 1 January – 31 March 2018

FIRST QUARTER[1] · Net sales increased by 2 percent to SEK 716.1 (705.3) million  · Gross profit amounted to SEK 135.3 (140.1) million  · Operating income before depreciation, amortization and impairment was SEK -42.7 (-2.7) million  · Operating income amounted to SEK -58.8 (-19.4) million  · Profit after tax including discontinued operations amounted to SEK 91.0 (-22.9) million  · Basic earnings per share including discontinued operations amounted to SEK 0.61 (-0.15)  · Diluted earnings per share including discontinued operations amounted to SEK 0.60 (-0.15)   · Cash and cash equivalents increased to SEK 601.9 (156.9) million at the end of the quarter +---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|SEK million  | 2018| 2017|| |Jan-Mar |Jan-Mar |+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Net sales  | 716.1| 705.3|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Gross profit  | 135.3| 140.1|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Gross margin  | 18.9%| 19.9%|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating income before depreciation and amortization  | -42.7| -2.7|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating margin before depreciation and amortization, % | -6.0%| -0.4%|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating income   | -58.8| -19.4|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating margin  | -8.2%| -2.8%|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Cash flow from operations  | -374.6| -194.3|+---------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+ [1]Lekmer and HSNG are recognized as discontinued operations in the consolidated accounts.  Qliro Group’s net sales increased 2 percent, and the gross margin was 18.9 percent for the quarter. Operating result before depreciation, amortization and impairment decreased to SEK -43 million. The operating result included initiatives that increased marketing spend with SEK 9 million and personnel costs with SEK 14 million. As previously communicated, the result was also affected by a reorganization in CDON Marketplace with SEK 7 million and by increased returns in Nelly with SEK 16 million. The sale of HSNG resulted in earnings including discontinued operations of SEK 0.60 per share (fully diluted) for the quarter. We are pleased with the development in Qliro Financial Services and with the transformation of CDON Marketplace, but Nelly’s results are below our expectations.   Qliro Financial Services increased profitabilityQliro Financial Services increased its operating income by 38 percent, while growth in total operating expenses was limited to 29 percent. This shows the scalability of the business. Operating income before depreciation, amortization and impairment improved by 79 percent. At the end of the quarter, lending to the public was SEK 1,019 million. Personal loans in Sweden grew the fastest and conditions are ripe for continuing to grow this business. Qliro Financial Services’ organization has a sufficient scale to handle a considerable increase in the loan book with current offers without significantly increasing the number of employees. CDON Marketplace reorganizedCDON Marketplace has achieved a strong position as the leading Nordic digital marketplace. Although Easter took place in the end of the quarter, external merchants increased their sales by 13 percent. As part of its transformation into the marketplace model, CDON was reorganized, which affected about ten administrative positions. This affected earnings by about SEK 7 million in the quarter but will help lower costs in the long-term. We continue to invest in technology, logistics and branding. CDON also launched a new site tailored to corporate customers. Nelly reported a weak quarterNelly accelerated its marketing, which contributed to an increased total order value of 15 percent in the first quarter. However, revenue growth was limited to 3 percent due to delayed deliveries around Easter, unexpectedly high utilization of extended returns from campaigns in the fourth quarter 2017 and increased returns in the first quarter. Orders for approximately SEK 13 million were delayed by Easter and were delivered in the second quarter. Compared to the same period last year, earnings were adversely affected by approximately SEK 16 million due to the increased returns. Half of this amount was a one-off effect from extended returns from campaigns in the fourth quarter 2017, and the rest was due to generally higher return rate during the quarter. In addition, Nelly increased its marketing initiatives by SEK 8 million. Operating loss before depreciation, amortization and impairment was SEK 15 million for the quarter. This was below our expectations and we are intensifying our efforts for profitable growth. On April 17, Anna Ullman Sersé was appointed Interim Head of Nelly. Anna has led the strategy development for Nelly as Head of Business Development and is a member of Qliro Group’s management team since 2016. She replaced Jan Wallsin who left the group. Financial flexibilityCDON Marketplace and Nelly have strong positions in dynamic segments of e-commerce. Their growth drives increasing volumes to Qliro Financial Services that extend our relationship with consumers, enabling the offer to be expanded with low customer acquisition costs.  The group’s cash position amounted to SEK 602 million and the net cash position in our e-commerce business to SEK 324 million. This provides us with good opportunities to invest in our business areas and grow the loan book in Qliro Financial Services.   Stockholm, April 2018Marcus Lindqvist, President and CEO FINANCIAL TARGETSQliro Group’s long-term financial targets are: CDON Marketplace  · Attain a level of organic growth in gross merchandise value of an average of 10 per cent per year · Generate operating income before depreciation, amortization and impairment of 1-2 per cent of gross merchandise value Nelly (including NLYMan)  · Attain a level of organic growth of an average of 8 per cent per year · Generate an operating margin before depreciation, amortization and impairment of at least 6 percent Qliro Financial Services  · Reach operating income before depreciation, amortization and impairment of at least SEK 150 million in 2019 SIGNIFICANT EVENTS DURING AND AFTER THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2018 Changed accounting policies for Qliro Financial ServicesOn January 1, new rules for the reporting of financial instruments, IFRS 9, were introduced. They primarily affect Qliro Group through Qliro Financial Services’ credit loss reserves. According to IFRS 9, reserves for credit losses shall be made directly when a credit is issued, instead of as previously when there is an indication of increased credit risk. This results in earlier and higher recognition of the reserves for credit losses than before, but it will not affect cash flow or underlying credit risk. In the opening balance of 2018, the reserves increased by SEK 24 million due to the transition to IFRS 9. These provisions affect the balance sheet items equity and lending to the public but do not affect the income statement. From January 1, 2018, provisions for projected credit losses will be made directly at the time of lending with the effect recognized in earnings. Sale of Health and Sports Nutrition Group HSNG ABOn January 30, the sale of Health and Sports Nutrition Group to Orkla was completed. HSNG remains a partner with Qliro Financial Services and CDON Marketplace after the transaction. HSNG is recognized as a discontinued operation. The capital gain from the divestment excluding transaction costs amounted to SEK 140 million and was recognized as profit from discontinued operations in the first quarter. CDON Marketplace launched a corporate offeringOn March 20, CDON.COM launched a new B2B site targeted to small and medium-sized companies in Sweden. The product range consists initially of IT equipment and office supplies. The ambition going forward is to offer a broad and attractive range of products to corporate customers across the Nordic region.   Qliro Group commented on Nelly and CDON MarketplaceOn April 5, Qliro Group published a press release announcing that Nelly’s order intake increased during the first quarter, but that sales growth was limited due to delayed deliveries and increased returns, and that earnings were affected by increased investments in marketing and organization. It was also announced that CDON Marketplace adjusted the organization as part of its transformation to a marketplace. Anna Ullman Sersé appointed Interim Head of NellyOn April 17, Qliro Group announced that Anna Ullman Sersé had been appointed Interim Head of Nelly. Anna has been Head of Business Development and a member of Qliro Group’s management team since 2016. She replaced Jan Wallsin who left the group. A search process for Jan´s successor will be undertaken. Conference callAnalysts, investors and the media are invited to a conference call today at 10 a.m. To participate in the conference call, please dial:Sweden +46 (0)8 5033 6574UK +44 330 336 9105US +1 646 828 8156PIN code to participate: 3160593  The presentation material and webcast will be published at www.qlirogroup.com. For additional information, please visit www.qlirogroup.com or contact:Marcus Lindqvist, President and CEOMathias Pedersen, CFOTelephone: +46 (0)10 703 20 00 Niclas Lilja, Head of Investor Relations Telephone: +46 (0)736 511 363ir@qlirogroup.com  About Qliro GroupQliro Group is a leading Nordic e-commerce group in consumer goods and related financial services. Qliro Group operates the leading Nordic online marketplace CDON.COM, the fashion brand Nelly, and Qliro Financial Services, offering financial services to merchants and consumers. In 2017 the Group had sales of SEK 3.4 billion. Qliro Group’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm MidCap segment under the ticker symbol QLRO.  This information is information that Qliro Group AB is required to disclose under the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was released for publication through the agency of the above-mentioned contacts at 8:00 a.m. CET on Friday, April 20, 2018. 

Interim Management Statement January-March 2018

Highlights during the first quarter · Adjusted net asset value*, based on estimated market values for the major wholly-owned subsidiaries and partner-owned investments within Patricia Industries, amounted to SEK 383,027 m. (SEK 501 per share) on March 31, 2018, a decrease of SEK 1,720 m., or 0 percent, during the quarter. · Reported net asset value1)* amounted to SEK 342,575 m. (SEK 448 per share) on March 31, 2018, an increase of SEK 6,312 m., or 2 percent, during the quarter. · Listed Core Investments generated a total return* of 1 percent. · Within Listed Core Investments, shares in Ericsson were purchased for SEK 1,002 m., strengthening our ownership to 7.2 and 22.5 percent of the capital and votes respectively. · Within Patricia Industries, organic sales growth for the major wholly-owned subsidiaries amounted to 4 percent in constant currency. Mölnlycke grew 2 percent organically in constant currency, with improved profitability. · Patricia Industries agreed to acquire Sarnova, a leading U.S. healthcare products specialty distributor. Upon closing on April 4, 2018, Patricia Industries paid USD 513 m. for 86 percent ownership. · The value of Investor’s investments in EQT increased by 3 percent in constant currency. Net cash flow to Investor amounted to SEK 514 m. EQT closed EQT VIII, its largest fund to date, at EUR 10.75 bn. Investor has committed SEK 5.7 bn. to the fund. Financial information, first quarter 2018 · Adjusted net asset value growth and reported net asset value growth, including dividend added back, amounted to 0 percent and 2 percent respectively. · Contribution to reported net asset value amounted to SEK 6,312 m. (30,120), of which: Listed Core Investments SEK 3,872 m. (29,840), Patricia Industries SEK 2,362 m. (16) and EQT SEK 1,143 m. (663). · Leverage* (net debt/reported total assets) was 3.6 percent on March 31, 2018 (3.5). · Consolidated net sales for the period was SEK 8,605 m. (8,407). Consolidated profit/loss for the period was SEK 4,403 m. (SEK 5.77 basic earnings per share), compared to SEK 30,404 m. (SEK 39.78 basic earnings per share) for the same period 2017.

ExpreS2ion’s U.S. partner Integrated BioTherapeutics launches first ExpreS2-based research product

ExpreS2ion stated in July 2017 that the Company will receive a two-digit percentage royalty based on net sales of ExpreS2-based products that IBT will develop and sell to its clients. It was also stated that IBT is planning to launch approximately five products for research purposes annually, and that the collaboration is expected to generate annual revenues of up to 1 MSEK to ExpreS2ion, when fully implemented. The launch of this first product is in line with these estimates. “I am very pleased that the first commercial reagent produced using ExpreS2 under the agreement with IBT is now on the market. This is the first of several planned products that will be marketed through partners, and we expect this new business area to represent both continued revenues as well as additional business opportunities”, says ExpreS2ion’s CEO Dr. Steen Klysner. The Ebola virus glycoprotein product can be ordered directly from IBT Bioservices’ website, and there is also a catalogue data sheet available. Follow the links below to reach the website or the data sheet, respectively: http://www.ibtbioservices.com/ http://www.ibtbioservices.com/IBTBioServices/assets/File/datasheets/Cat0501-025Lot1711002_100ug.pdf  About Integrated Biotherapeutics, Inc. Integrated BioTherapeutics, Inc., Rockville, Maryland, USA is a biotechnology company focused on the discovery of novel vaccines and therapeutics for emerging infectious diseases. IBT's antiviral pipeline includes unique pan-filovirus antibody candidates, vaccines and a variety of other product candidates for emerging viruses, such as zika, ebola, dengue, Marburg, and others. IBT’s service and reagent division doing business as IBT Bioservices (www.ibtbioservices.com) produces and markets high quality recombinant proteins and antibodies primarily for infectious disease research and offers in vitro and in vivo anti-microbial testing services.   Certified Adviser Sedermera Fondkommission is appointed as Certified Adviser for ExpreS2ion.

The acting CEO Mattias Carlsson is appointed as the CEO for TF bank

– Mattias Carlsson has been an important member of the working team of TF bank throughout his years of service at TF Bank. We at the Board of Directors are convinced that Mattias Carlsson is the right person for this post to lead the daily operational activities for our growth journey, says the acting Chairman of the Board of Directors of TF Bank Bertil Larsson. Mattias Carlsson has long experience in banking activities where he among other different posts worked at SEB before he became the CEO for TF Bank in year 2009. Mattias Carlsson was the CEO of the bank until year 2015 and then became the Chairman of the Board of Directors when TF Bank initiated the preparation process for listing on Nasdaq Stockholm in June 2016. Mattias has a broad experience in strategic planning, business development on product and customer level. – I am looking forward to continue managing the operational activities – along with the competent staff of the bank – at this exceptional phase of growth the bank is currently going through. We will continue strengthening our market positioning in northern Europe through expanding and diversifying our two segments of business aiming to increase the value for our shareholders, says TF bank's newly appointed CEO Mattias Carlsson. An interview with Mattias Carlsson is attached to this press release. For more information you may contact:Bertil Larsson, acting Chairman of the Board, +46 (0)70 573 13 00Mikael Meomuttel, CFO and Head of Investor Relations +46 (0)70 626 95 33 About TF BankTF Bank is an internet-based niche bank offering consumer banking services through its proprietary IT-platform with a high degree of automation. The company’s IT platform is designed for scalability and adaptation to different products, countries, currencies and digital banking solutions. TF Bank carries out deposit and lending activities with consumers in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Germany, Estonia and Latvia through subsidiary, branch or cross-border banking. The business is divided into two segments: Consumer Lending and Ecommerce Solutions.

NeuroVive’s Board Members, Senior Executives and employees will subscribe units in the ongoing rights issue

In the current rights issue in NeuroVive, the Board, Senior Executives and employees have undertaken to subscribe for at least 191,200 units equivalent to MSEK 1.5. The subscription period in the current rights issue in NeuroVive is ongoing until April 24, 2018 and is open to both existing and new investors. Prospectus, containing full terms and conditions, as well as application forms are available on NeuroVive's website www.neurovive.com, Stockholm Corporate Finance AB's website www.stockholmcorp.se and Hagberg & Aneborn Fondkommission AB's website www.hagberganeborn.se. For more information, please contact: Daniel Schale, Director of Communications +46 (0)46 275 62 21, ir@neurovive.com NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) Medicon Village, 223 81 Lund, Sweden Tel: +46 (0)46 275 62 20 (switchboard) info@neurovive.com, www.neurovive.com This information is information that NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08:30 a.m. CEST on 20 April 2018. About NeuroVive   NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB is a leader in mitochondrial medicine, with one project in clinical phase II development for the prevention of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (NeuroSTAT®) and one project in clinical phase I (KL1333) for genetic mitochondrial diseases. The R&D portfolio consists of several late stage research programs in areas ranging from genetic mitochondrial disorders to cancer and metabolic diseases such as NASH. The company’s strategy is to advance drugs for rare diseases through clinical development and into the market. The strategy for projects within larger indications outside the core focus area is out-licensing in the preclinical phase. NeuroVive is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Sweden (ticker: NVP). The share is also traded on the OTCQX Best Market in the US (OTC: NEVPF).

Heléne Bittmann new Swedish VP Sales for the National Security focus area at Advenica

The Swedish provider of cybersecurity solutions, Advenica, has appointed Heléne Bittmann as the new VP Sales for the focus area National Security in Sweden. Heléne has extensive experience as an officer in the Swedish Air Force, where she held a number of positions at both unit and senior staff levels, including project manager for several development projects. Heléne joins Advenica from Saab, where she recently worked as Sales Director and Country Manager focusing on parts of the European market. She has previously also worked in Saab’s business area Surveillance/Electronic Warfare Systems. "The cyberthreat is distinct and has to be taken seriously. Advenica’s offer is not only of great immediate interest but also unique from a security point of view. Furthermore, there is a strong, committed and close-knit team, which is crucial for creating the long-term and reliable relationships expected by our customers. With the product portfolio, Advenica creates the best conditions for protecting our national interests. Personally, this is enormously motivating to work with. I look forward to developing the company and market together with the team", says Heléne Bittmann, new VP Sales National Security Sweden. Besides the defence industry, the National Security focus area includes secret services, counterintelligence and governmental agencies that manage information of national interest. Heléne will assume VP Sales responsibilities for National Security in Sweden late June 2018 and will be part of Advenica’s management team. "This is a strategically very important recruitment for Advenica. We are in an expansive stage with intensive sales drives both in Sweden and internationally. Heléne Bittmann’s network, leadership qualities and knowledge of military as well as political planning are major assets to our continued growth", says Einar Lindquist, CEO Advenica. For more information, please contact: Einar Lindquist, CEO Advenica AB, +46 (0)704 29 98 39, einar.lindquist@advenica.com This information is information that Advenica AB is obligated to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08.50 a.m. CET on April 20, 2018.

Expands H2Station® product range with new compressor and increased fueling capacity

(Oslo, 20 April 2018) Nel launches new H2Station® product with increased fueling capacity of up to 100 cars or 50 buses per day per dispenser. This is made possible by use of a new hydrogen dedicated compression technology developed by Nel. The modular H2Station® design allows for fueling of various types of vehicles and is offered for both Europe and USA. The new H2Station® product builds on the previous generation introduced in 2015, but now features a new hydrogen compression technology developed by Nel. This allows for increased fueling capacity whilst maintaining the same equipment footprint, already being the world’s most compact. The new compressor has been developed specifically for hydrogen fueling with improved operations dynamics and increased efficiency, whilst ensuring a fully contamination free compression. The compressor also allows for longer service intervals as well as easy access to wear parts, which makes maintenance more efficient. The H2Station® product can be configured for fueling of multiple types of vehicles ranging from cars to heavy duty vehicles such as busses and trucks with either 70MPa or 35MPa. H2Station® is designed for use in both Europe and USA and for lean volume manufacturing at the Nel factory in Denmark – the world’s largest with a capacity up to 300 stations per year. “We see a growing demand for stations to be capable of fueling larger amounts of hydrogen, both to satisfy increased demand from passenger transport at each station, but also to fuel large quantities of hydrogen for heavy duty transport. The next generation H2Station® from Nel addresses this demand, and represents a big step forward, with regards to capacity and reliability, both key factors to accelerate the introduction of hydrogen as a zero-emission fuel across the entire transport sector,” says Jon André Løkke, CEO of Nel. ENDS For additional information, please contact: Jon André Løkke, CEO, +47 9074 4949 Bjørn Simonsen, VP Market Development & Public Relations, +47 971 79 821 About Nel Hydrogen | www.nelhydrogen.com       Nel Hydrogen is a global, dedicated hydrogen company, delivering optimal solutions to produce, store and distribute hydrogen from renewable energy. We serve industries, energy and gas companies with leading hydrogen technology. Since its foundation in 1927, Nel has a proud history of development and continual improvement of hydrogen plants. Our hydrogen solutions cover the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to manufacturing of hydrogen fueling stations, providing all fuel cell electric vehicles with the same fast fueling and long range as conventional vehicles today. 

Samskip Nor Lines’ service will start calling SCA Logistics Rotterdam

The service is provided by Nor Lines’ state of the art, LNG-fuelled vessels MV Kvitnos and MV Kvitbjorn. These flexible ships will sail in 14-day loops, connecting Rotterdam and Eemshaven with Norwegian ports from Hammerfest in the far north, and taking in calls including Sandnes/Tananger, Bergen, Trondheim, Ålesund, Bodo and Tromso. In Rotterdam, the call will be accommodated at the SCA Logistics terminal, whose lay-out, equipment and experience focus on multipurpose vessels, RoRo, Break-bulk and containers can be handled in one place which is essential for this service. “SCA Logistics already handles RoRo and container feeder traffics to/from Sweden, open hatch traffic to USA and act as stripping and stuffing facility for overseas importers and exporters. This new Norlines service will strengthen SCA Logistics Rotterdams position as an important hub  to and from Scandinavia. By combining SCA Logistics marine services and Nor lines we will  strengthen the  short sea  network.  This should open up interesting opportunites for  our customers,” says Roelf Buist, Managing Director SCA LogisticsTerminal Rotterdam. SCA Logistics is part of SCA, and has its own network of shortsea feeders, RoRo vessels and terminals in Northwest Europe. SCA Logistics Terminal Rotterdam offers complete logistics solutions, including terminal handling, transportation, container stuffing and stripping, customs formalities and agency. SCA has an area of 23 ha with 720 m quay and a 160m RoRo berth available. The terminal has 75,000 m2 of warehouse space and the opportunity for general cargo, breakbulk and container handling. SCA Logistics Rotterdam handles besides SCA products about 50% goods for other customersforest products, containers, industrial cargo and project cargo , especially in trades between European continent , Scandinavia and North America. The terminal in Rotterdam employs about 100 people.  For further information, please contact: Roelf Buist, Managing Director, SCA Logistics Terminal Rotterdam, tel. +31 10 295 4908 Nils-Johan Haraldsson, VP Marketing and Business Development,SCA Logistics, tel +46 60 19 35 30  Björn Lyngfelt, SVPCommunications, +46 60 19 34 98   The core of SCA’s business is the forest, 2.6 million hectares in northern Sweden. Around this unique resource, we have built a well-developed value chain based on renewable raw material from our own and others’ forestsWe offer paper for packaging and print, pulp, wood products, renewable energy, services for forest owners and efficient transport solutions. 2017 the forest products company SCA had approximately 4,000 employees and sales amounted to approximately SEK 16.7 bn (EUR 1,6 bn). SCA was founded in 1929 and has its headquarters in Sundsvall, Sweden. More information at www.sca.com.

RaySearch partners with Heidelberg University Hospital on RayCare OIS

Heidelberg University Hospital is a world-leader in clinical practice and advanced research in areas such as carbon ion and helium ion beam therapy and is working to establish the city of Heidelberg as a leading center for research. The innovative RayCare OIS is designed to support comprehensive cancer care. It integrates seamlessly with the RayStation® treatment planning system. But that’s just the start – RayCare will connect all the oncology disciplines, enabling users to fluidly coordinate tasks and ensure optimal use of resources. Over subsequent releases*, RayCare will evolve into a machine learning OIS with unique capabilities to coordinate oncology tasks, supporting comprehensive cancer care organized around each patient’s needs. This goal reflects the fact that many cancer patients receive a combination of treatment types, driving the need for combined workflows for radiation therapy, chemotherapy and surgery. Professor Jürgen Debus at Heidelburg University Hospital says: “We are proud to be integrated into the development process of RayCare. RayCare will improve workflow and quality in radiation oncology significantly.” Johan Löf, CEO of RaySearch, says: “The city of Heidelberg constitutes an extraordinary environment for innovation. In the field of oncology specifically, Heidelberg is home to the Heidelberg University, the University Hospital, the Ion Beam Therapy Center and even the German Cancer Research Center. Taken together, these institutions cover everything from basic research to translational research and clinical excellence. The first mission statement of RaySearch was to bring scientific advancements faster to the clinical world. We have since built a strong organization for research and development and brought two major software systems to clinics, RayStation and RayCare. The Heidelberg University Hospital and its affiliated sites are ideal partners to continue this development with, and I am proud that they have chosen to work with RaySearch to take comprehensive cancer care to the next level.” About Heidelberg University HospitalHeidelberg University is the oldest university in Germany; its first medical lectures were held here in 1388. Today, Heidelberg University Hospital is one of the largest and most prestigious medical centers in Europe, with a reputation based on excellent patient care, research and teaching. Heidelberg University Hospital offers inpatients and outpatients an innovative and effective diagnosis and therapy for all complex diseases. Modern buildings with state-of-the-art equipment delivers medical care to the highest international standards. The proximity and interlinking of the specialist departments benefit the patient, with interdisciplinary cooperation ensuring optimal treatment. About RayCareRayCare represents the future of OIS technology, developed from the ground up by RaySearch to support the complex logistical challenges of modern, large-scale radiation therapy centers. RayCare will integrate the high-performance radiation therapy algorithms available in RayStation with advanced features for clinical resource optimization, workflow automation and adaptive radiation therapy. About RaySearchRaySearch Laboratories AB (publ) is a medical technology company that develops innovative software solutions for improved cancer treatment. RaySearch markets the RayStation® treatment planning system to clinics all over the world and distributes products through licensing agreements with leading medical technology companies. The company has now launched the next-generation oncology information system, RayCare™, which comprises a new product area for RaySearch. RaySearch’s software is used by over 2,600 clinics in more than 65 countries. The company was founded in 2000 as a spin-off from Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and the share has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since November 2003. To learn more about RaySearch, go to: www.raysearchlabs.com  * Subject to regulatory clearance in some markets.   For further information, please contact:Johan Löf, President and CEO, RaySearch Laboratories AB (publ)Telephone: +46 (0)8-510 530 00johan.lof@raysearchlabs.com

Mr Green launches Express sign up, login and withdrawals

Starting today, Swedish customers can create an account with Mr Green by simply using their BankID. Existing Mr Green users are also able to use the express functions making both log-in and withdrawals . With this service Mr Green jumps on the trend with super-fast registration and withdrawals. Mr Green’s Express registration and withdrawals solution is unique in the way that it works in combination with other registration, deposit  and withdrawal methods as well as applies for customers already having an account.  With focus on player security and compliance Mr Green’s Express Registration is built to be compliant with the approaching regulation in Sweden.  Any Swedish customer signing in through BankID and deposits through bank transfer will also be able to benefit from the new Express Withdrawal feature, which will normally credit the customer’s account in less than 5 minutes.  BankID login and withdrawals is available on all Mr Green platforms including web desktop and mobile as well as iOS  and android  apps.  Jesper Kärrbrink, CEO Mr Green Ltd, commented on the new express features;  “At Mr Green, we focus on delivering a superior experience in a Green Gaming  environment and since these new features let the customers focus on enjoying our games in a safe way, we know this will contribute to a great gaming experience. This will also make the validation process of new players much easier for us, reducing the time spend approving new accounts internally leaving even more room for us to build more smart tools in the future. We are now looking at ways to roll out these features in more of our markets where BankID and similar solutions are available.” 

Bulletin from the annual general meeting of Nordic Waterproofing Holding A/S

1. The board of directors’ report on the Company’s activities in the past financial yearThe meeting took note of the board of directors' report on the Company's activities in the past financial year. 2. Presentation and adoption of the annual report, including determination of the remuneration for the board of directorsThe meeting approved the annual report, including the remuneration for the board of directors for the financial year 2017. 3. Appropriation of profit or settlement of loss pursuant to the adopted annual reportThe meeting approved the boards proposal for appropriation of profit and the distribution of an amount of SEK 90,314,756 to the shareholders as dividends. The record date for the dividend is Tuesday 24 April 2018 and the expected payment date is Friday 27 April 2018. 4. Resolution to grant discharge of liability to members of the board of directors and the executive managementThe meeting granted discharge of liability to members of the board of directors and the executive management. 5. Election of members to the board of directorsThe meeting resolved to approve the nomination committee's proposal to re-elect Ulf Gundemark as chairman of the board of directors, to re-elect Jørgen Jensen, Riitta Palomäki, Mats O. Paulsson and Kristina Willgård as members of the board of directors, and to elect Allan Jørgensen as new member of the board of directors for the period until the close of the next annual general meeting. Allan Jørgensen, born 1965, is CEO of Dovista A/S, chairman of the board of directors of Velfac A/S, chairman of the board of directors of Rational Vinduer A/S, chairman of the board of directors of Svenska Fönster AB, and member of the boards of directors of OH Industri A/S, HusCompagniet A/S and Pankas A/S. Please see www.nordicwaterproofing.com for more information about the new member. Following the resolution of the annual general meeting, the board of directors of the Company is composed by Ulf Gundemark, Jørgen Jensen, Riitta Palomäki, Mats O. Paulsson, Kristina Willgård and Allan Jørgensen. 6. Election of auditor and determination of the remuneration for the auditorThe meeting resolved to approve the nomination committee's proposal to re-elect PricewaterhouseCoopers Statsautoriseret Revisionspartnerselskab as the Company's auditor, as well as the proposed remuneration for the auditor. 7. Proposals from the board of directors and shareholders 7.1 Resolution to authorize the board of directors to acquire treasury sharesThe meeting granted an authorization until the next annual general meeting for the board of directors to acquire the Company's own shares for up to ten (10) per cent of the Company's share capital at any time, provided that the acquisition, in accordance with the Danish Companies Act section 197, can be financed by the funds that may be distributed as ordinary dividends. Acquisitions shall be made on Nasdaq Stockholm and at a price per share contained within the at each time prevailing price interval for the share. Payment for the shares shall be made in cash. 7.2 Resolution to authorize the board of directors to resolve to establish a Long Term Incentive Program 2018The meeting authorized the board of directors to resolve to establish the LTIP 2018 principally based on the terms and conditions set out in the proposal as reflected in the notice to convene the annual general meeting, on substantially the following terms. • So called performance share rights, which entitle the holders to allotment of shares in the company provided that certain conditions under LTIP 2018 are fulfilled, shall be allotted free of charge to participants in LTIP 2018 in relation to a fixed percentage of their base salary.• Allotment of shares is conditional upon, inter alia, satisfaction of a financial target set by the board of directors.• Exercise of the performance share rights may be made at the earliest three years after the implementation of LTIP 2018.• The number of shares that may be transferred to the participants in LTIP 2018 may be recalculated due to share issues, splits, reverse splits and/or similar dispositions in accordance with the terms and conditions of LTIP 2018.• LTIP 2018 encompasses maximum 27 employees.• Provided that the EBIT growth in the period from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2020 is equivalent to an annual average of twelve (12) per cent and the stock market price at the time of grant of performance shares is SEK 73.30, the LTIP 2018 will result in a granting of total 122,648 performance shares in the Company, which is equivalent to a total value of SEK 8,990,068 excluding social security charges.• The Company will need to acquire 140,736 own shares, corresponding to approximately 0.58% of the outstanding shares and votes in the Company in order to secure delivery of shares under LTIP 2018 and to secure and cover social security charges.• Bolaget kommer att behöva förvärva 140 736 egna aktier, motsvarande cirka 0,58 procent av de utstående aktierna och rösterna i Bolaget, för att säkerställa leverans av aktier enligt LTIP 2018 och för att säkerställa täckning av sociala avgifter. 7.3 Resolution to authorize the board of directors to transfer treasury shares to the persons eligible to participate in the Long Term Incentive Program 2018The meeting resolved to authorize the board of directors to transfer a maximum of 122,648 treasury shares to the participants in LTIP 2018 in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the proposal as reflected in the notice to convene the annual general meeting. 7.4 Resolution to approve the remuneration of the board of directors for the financial year 2018The meeting approved the nomination committee's proposal for remuneration to the board of directors for the financial year 2018, whereby the remuneration to the chairman (SEK 500,000) and each individual board member (SEK 275,000) is unchanged compared to 2017, and whereby the remuneration to the chairman (SEK 100,000) and each individual member (SEK 50,000) of the Audit Committee is also unchanged compared to 2017. 7.5 Resolution to authorize the board of directors to increase the share capital of the CompanyThe meeting approved the renewal of the authorizations to increase the share capital granted to the board of directors under article 5 of the articles of association and the resulting changes to articles 5.1 and 5.2 of the articles of association. The updated articles of association are available at www.nordicwaterproofing.com under “Corporate Governance”. 8. Authorization to the chairman of the general meetingThe meeting authorized the chairman of the general meeting to make such minor alterations, amendments or additions to the resolutions passed by the general meeting and the application for registration of the resolutions to be filed with the Danish Business Authority (Dk. Erhvervsstyrelsen) as the Authority may require for registration. This information was submitted for publication, through the contact person set out below, on 20 April 2018, at 12.00 p.m. CET.

RESOLUTIONS OF LOUDSPRING PLC'S ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Loudspring Plc              Company Release 20 April 2018 at 13:30 pm (EET) The Annual General Meeting of Loudspring Plc was held on 20 April 2018 in Helsinki. A total of 40 shareholders, 1,653,229 series A shares, 3,334,072 series K shares and 68,334,669 votes were represented in the meeting. The Annual General Meeting resolved on the following issues: Adoption of the annual accounts, result for the financial period and resolution on payment of dividend, resolution on the discharge from liability The Annual General Meeting adopted the annual accounts for 2017 and resolved that the net loss of EUR 1,562,276.68 be transferred to the accrued earnings account and that no dividend be paid. The Annual General Meeting discharged the members of the Board of Directors and the CEO from liability for the year 2017. Resolution on the remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors and election of members of the Board of Directors The Annual General Meeting resolved that the members of the Board of Directors be paid EUR 400 per month and granted additionally 20,000 stock options as annual remuneration. The stock options also include the stock option remuneration resolved by the Annual General Meeting on 21 April 2017 (10,000 stock options per member of the Board of Directors), which have not been granted to the members of the Board of Directors. The stock options shall be issued based on the authorization granted by the Annual General Meeting. The remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors is not paid to persons working for the company. The members of the Board of Directors are reimbursed for reasonable travel and lodging costs. Travel and lodging costs will not be compensated to those members of the Board of Directors who reside in the greater Helsinki area when the meetings are held in the greater Helsinki area. The Annual General Meeting resolved that four (4) members be elected to the Board of Directors. The Annual General Meeting re-elected Mr. Thomas Bengtsson, Mr. Lassi Noponen, Mr. James Penney and Mr. Matti Vuoria of the current members of the Board of Directors as members to the Board of Directors. Remuneration and election of the auditor The Annual General Meeting resolved that the auditor’s fees are paid according to the auditor’s invoice approved by the company. The Annual General Meeting re-elected auditing firm Deloitte Oy as the company’s auditor. Deloitte Oy has informed that the principal auditor will be Mr. Aleksi Martamo, Authorised Public Accountant. Authorizing the Board of Directors to decide on issuance of shares The Annual General Meeting authorized the Board of Directors to decide, in one or more transactions, on the issuance of class A shares as follows: The number of class A shares to be issued based on the authorization may in total amount to a maximum of 5,000,000 shares. The Board of Directors decides on all the terms and conditions of the issuances of shares. The authorization concerns both the issuance of new shares as well as transfer of treasury shares. The issuance of shares may be carried out in deviation from the shareholders’ pre-emptive rights (directed issue), if there is a weighty financial reason for the company. The authorization cancels the authorization granted by the Annual General Meeting on 21 April 2017 to decide on the issuance of shares. The authorization is valid until 30 June 2019. Authorizing the Board of Directors to decide on issuance of options The Annual General Meeting authorized the Board of Directors to decide, in one or more transactions, on the issuance of options as follows. The authorization cancels the authorization granted by the Annual General Meeting on 21 April 2017 to decide on the issuance of options and other special rights entitling to shares. Options have not been granted based on the said authorization. The number of new class A shares that can be subscribed to based on the options that can be issued on basis of the authorization may in total amount to a maximum of 1,200,000 shares. The options may be issued to the key personnel, including members of the Board of Directors of the company, and to cooperation partners and advisors of the company as part of the company's incentive scheme to be established by the Board of Directors. The options shall be divided into three equal-size tranches A, B and C: -        Tranche A: Share subscription period shall be 1 January 2020 – 31 December 2022 and the original subscription price EUR 1.52. However, the share subscription period for tranche A shall not begin prior to the trade volume weighted average quotation of the company’s class A share on First North Finland has been not less than EUR 3.00 during four (4) consecutive weeks. -        Tranche B: Share subscription period shall be 1 January 2021 – 31 December 2022 and the original subscription price EUR 1.52. However, the share subscription period for tranche B shall not begin prior to the trade volume weighted average quotation of the company’s class A share on First North Finland has been not less than EUR 4.00 during four (4) consecutive weeks. -        Tranche C: Share subscription period shall be 1 January 2022 – 31 December 2022 and the original subscription price EUR 1.52. However, the share subscription period for tranche C shall not begin prior to the trade volume weighted average quotation of the company’s class A share on First North Finland has been not less than EUR 5.00 during four (4) consecutive weeks. The original share subscription price for the options has been set based on the trade volume weighted average quotation of the company’s class A share on First North Finland during 15 March 2018 - 28 March 2018. Should the company distribute dividends or assets from reserves of unrestricted equity, the original share subscription price of the stock options shall be decreased by the amount of the dividend and the amount of the distributable unrestricted equity decided before share subscription, as per the dividend record date or the record date of the repayment of equity. The weighted average quotation, which constitutes the precondition for beginning of the share subscription period, shall in this case be decreased by a percentage corresponding to the decrease in the equity of the company following the distribution of assets. Should the company reduce its share capital by distributing share capital to the shareholders, the original share subscription price of the stock options shall be decreased by the amount of the distributable share capital decided before share subscription, as per the record date of the repayment of share capital. The weighted average quotation, which constitutes the precondition for beginning of the share subscription period, shall in this case be decreased by a percentage corresponding to the decrease in the equity of the company following the distribution of assets. The Board of Directors decides on the effects of a potential partial demerger on the options and the terms and conditions of the options, including the share subscription price. The Board of Directors resolves the persons receiving the options and all other terms and conditions of the options. However, the General Meeting resolves on granting of options to members of the Board of Directors should the options be remuneration for membership in the Board of Directors. For the avoidance of doubt, the Board of Directors may resolve on granting of options to members of the Board of Directors who are also working for the company in an operative role or as an advisor, if the options are granted based on their operative or advisor role in the company. The authorization is valid until 21 April 2022. Authorizing the Board of Directors to decide on acquisition of the company’s own shares The Annual General Meeting authorized the Board of Directors to decide on acquisition of the company’s own shares on the following terms and conditions: The Board of Directors is authorized to repurchase a maximum of 1,204,000 company's own class A shares and/or accept company's own class A shares as pledge on the company's unrestricted equity. This amount corresponds to approximately 5.0 per cent of the company's shares. The acquisition may take place in one or more instalments. The purchase price shall not be lower than the lowest price paid for the company's class A shares in multilateral trading on the acquisition date and shall not be higher than the highest price paid for the company's class A shares in multilateral trading on the acquisition date. In connection with the execution of the acquisition of own shares derivatives, share lending or other contracts customary to capital markets and permitted by laws and regulations may be entered into at price determined by the markets. The authorization entitles the Board of Directors to decide on the acquisition in deviation from the shareholders’ shareholding (directed acquisition). Shares may be repurchased to be used as consideration in possible acquisitions or other business arrangements of the company, to finance investments, as part of the company's incentive scheme or to be retained, otherwise conveyed or cancelled. The Board of Directors shall decide on other terms and conditions relating to acquisition of own shares. The authorization is valid for eighteen (18) months from the decision of the General Meeting. Organizing meeting of the Board The new Board of Directors held its organising meeting after the Annual General Meeting and elected Lassi Noponen as the Chairman of the Board and Thomas Bengtsson as the Vice Chairman of the Board. LOUDSPRING PLC Board of Directors

Nominations of Board of Directors for PostNord AB (publ)

To the Annual General Meeting of PostNord AB on April 26 the owners have proposed re-election of Måns Carlson, Christian Ellegaard, Peder Lundquist, Jens Moberg and Anitra Steen to the Board of Directors. It is also proposed to elect Sonat Burman Olsson, Ulrica Messing and Charlotte Strand as new board members. Mats Abrahamsson, Gunnel Duveblad and Jesper Lok have declined re-election. Sonat Burman Olsson was born in 1958. She holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) Economics and an Executive MBA from Uppsala University and is educated in Strategic Retail Management from Oxford University and Harvard Business School. She is member of the boards of iZettle AB, Lindab International AB and is nominated as board member of Lantmännen. She previously served as Group CEO and President COOP Sverige, vice President and CFO ICA Gruppen and Vice President, Global Marketing Strategies & Initiatives Electrolux Group. She has also been Chairman of the Boards of Svensk Dagligvaruhandel and Member of the Boards of Svensk Handel and Third Swedish National Pension Fund. Ulrica Messing was born in 1968. She is a consultant within Prime Weber Shandwick and was previously member of The Riksdag and Minister at the Ministry of Industry, Employment and Communications (Minister for Communications and Regional Policy), at the Ministry of Culture (Minister of Integration and Youth) and at the Ministry of Labor (Minister of Labor Law and Equality). She is Chairman of the Boards of Astrid Lindgrens Värld, Port of Gothenburg and ALMI Invest Småland & Öarna AB and member of the boards of Länsförsäkringar Fondförvaltning and Wallenstam. Charlotte Strand was born in 1961. She holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) Economics from Aarhus University and has studied management at IMD and INSEAD. She is member of the boards of Per Aarsleff A/S and Flügger A/S and was 2006-2017, after several positions within DONG Energy, CFO for the business units Oil & Gas and Wind Power at DONG Energy (now Ørsted). Furthermore, Jens Moberg is proposed as Chairman of the Board of Directors. For further information: https://www.postnord.com/en/about-us/corporate-governance/annual-general-meeting/  For further information, please contact: PostNord Media Relations, tel: 46 10 436 10 10, e-mail: press@postnord.com  Contact person: Thomas Backteman. This information is such that PostNord AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 1.00 p.m. CET on April 20, 2018. We deliver! PostNord is the leading supplier of communication and logistics solutions to, from and within the Nordic region. We ensure postal service to households and businesses in Sweden and Denmark. With our expertise and strong distribution network, we develop options for tomorrow’s communication, e-commerce, distribution and logistics in the Nordic region. In 2016, the Group had around 33,000 employees and sales of just over SEK 38 billion. The parent company, PostNord AB, is a Swedish public limited company headquartered in Solna, Sweden. Visit us at www.postnord.com

NOTICE OF ANNUAL SHAREHOLDERS’ MEETING IN BONESUPPORT HOLDING AB

Lund, Sweden, 13:00 CET 20 April 2018  The English text is an unofficial translation. In case of any discrepancies between the Swedish text and the English translation, the Swedish text shall prevail. The shareholders in BONESUPPORT HOLDING AB, Reg. No. 556802-2171, are hereby invited to attend the annual shareholders’ meeting (Sw. årsstämma) to be held at Elite Hotel Ideon, Scheelevägen 27 in Lund, Sweden on Tuesday 22 May 2018 at 10.00 a.m. Right to participate and notice of participation Shareholders wishing to attend the annual shareholders’ meeting must: ·  partly be registered in the company’s share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB (the Swedish Securities Register Center) as of Wednesday 16 May 2018; and ·  partly notify the company of their intention to participate in the annual shareholders’ meeting no later than on Wednesday 16 May 2018, by mail to address BONESUPPORT HOLDING AB, att: Bolagsstämma, Scheelevägen 19, SE-223 70 Lund, by e-mail to legal@bonesupport.com or by phone to +46 (0) 286 53 70. The notice shall specify the shareholder’s complete name, personal or company registration number, registered shareholding, address, telephone number during work hours and, when applicable, information on the number of advisors (two at the most). Trustee registered shares Shareholders who have their holdings trustee-registered must temporarily register the shares in their own name in order to be entitled to participate in the annual shareholders’ meeting. Such temporary re-registration of ownership must be implemented no later than as of Wednesday 16 May 2018, meaning that the shareholders must well in advance before this date request their trustees thereof.  Proxies etc. A proxy representing a shareholder must bring a written, dated and by the shareholder signed power of attorney to the annual shareholders’ meeting. The power of attorney must not be older than one year, unless a longer validity term (maximum five years) have been stipulated. Should the power of attorney be issued by a legal entity, a certified copy of a registration certificate (Sw. registreringsbevis) or equivalent document shall be presented at the meeting. In order to facilitate the preparations before the annual shareholders’ meeting, a copy of the power of attorney and other proof of authority should be attached to the notice of participation. A template power of attorney can be found at the company website (www.bonesupport.com), and will be sent to the shareholders who request it and state their address. Proposed agenda 0.      Opening of the meeting. 1. Election of chairman of the meeting. 2. Preparation and approval of voting list. 3. Approval of the agenda. 4. Election of one or two persons to approve the minutes. 5. The question as to whether the meeting has been duly convened. 6. Address by the CEO. 7. Presentation of the annual report and the auditor’s report and the annual report for the group and the auditor’s report for the group. 8. Resolutions in respect ofDetermination of the number of members of the board and the number of auditors. 1. adoption of the profit and loss statement and balance sheet and the group profit and loss statement and the group balance sheet; 2. allocation of the company’s profit in accordance with the adopted balance sheet; and 3. the discharge from liability of the members of the board of directors and the CEO. 9.10. Determination of fees to the board of directors and the auditors.  1. Election of members of the board, chairman of the board as well as election of auditors and deputy auditors. 2. Resolution on instruction and charter for the Nomination Committee. 3. Determination of Remuneration Policy for senior executives. 4. Resolution on implementation of a long-term incentive program for senior executives by way of (A) directed issue of warrants; and (B) approval of transfer of warrants. 5. 1. Resolution on implementation of a long-term incentive program for employees by way of (A) implementation of a performance-based share saving program; (B) authorization on a directed issue of series C shares; (C) authorization for repurchase of series C shares; and (D) resolution on transfer of own ordinary shares. 2. Resolution on implementation of a long-term incentive program for certain members of the board of directors by way of (A) implementation of a performance-based share saving program; (B) authorization on a directed issue of series C shares; (C) authorization for repurchase of series C shares; and (D) resolution on transfer of own ordinary shares. 3. Closing of the meeting. Resolution proposals Item 1: Election of chairman of the meeting The Nomination Committee, consisting of Jacob Gunterberg (chairman), representing HealthCap V L.P, Johan Kördel, representing Lundbeckfonden Invest A/S, Jonas Jendi, representing Stiftelsen Industrifonden, and the chairman of the board, Håkan Björklund, proposes that attorney Ola Grahn is elected as chairman of the meeting. Item 8 b: Resolution in respect of allocation of the company’s profit in accordance with the adopted balance sheet The board of directors proposes that no dividends are paid and that available total funds of SEK 889,317,383 are carried forward to a new account. Item 9: Determination of the number of members of the board and the number of auditors  The Nomination Committee proposes to the annual shareholders’ meeting that the number of the members of the board shall be seven. Furthermore, it is proposed that one registered accounting firm is appointed as auditor until the end of the next annual shareholders’ meeting. Item 10: Determination of fees to the board of directors and the auditors The Nomination Committee proposes to the annual shareholders’ meeting that board remuneration shall be paid with a total of SEK 1,565,000 (SEK 1,415,000 previous year). The proposal means that remuneration shall be paid with SEK 325,000 to the chairman of the board (unchanged since previous year) and with SEK 150,000 to each of the other board members who are not employed by the company (unchanged since previous year). It is further proposed that remuneration for committee work shall be paid with SEK 125,000 to the chairman of the audit committee (unchanged since previous year), with SEK 70,000 to each of the other members of the audit committee (unchanged since previous year), with SEK 50,000 to the chairman of the remuneration committee (unchanged since previous year) and with SEK 25,000 to each of the other members of the remuneration committee (unchanged since previous year). Remuneration to the auditor is proposed to be paid in accordance with invoiced amounts in accordance with customary charging standards. Item 11: Election of members of the board, chairman of the board as well as election of auditors and deputy auditors The Nomination Committee proposes to the annual shareholders’ meeting that Håkan Björklund, Björn Odlander, Nina Rawal, Lars Lidgren, Tone Kvåle and Lennart Johansson are re-elected as ordinary board members and that Simon Cartmell is elected as new ordinary board member. The Nomination Committee further proposes to the annual shareholders’ meeting that Håkan Björklund is re-elected as chairman of the board. Information on the board members proposed for re-election can be found at the company website and in the Annual Report (www.bonesupport.com). Information on the candidate proposed for new election can be found in the Nomination Committee’s reasoned statement. Furthermore, the Nomination Committee proposes to the annual shareholders’ meeting, in accordance with the recommendation from the audit committee, that Ernst Young AB is re-elected as accounting firm. Ernst & Young AB has announced that Johan Thuresson will continue to be the auditor in charge. Item 12: Resolution on instruction and charter for the Nomination Committee The Nomination Committee proposes that that an instruction and charter for the Nomination Committee is adopted in accordance with the following main content. The Nomination Committee shall consist of four members, representing the three largest shareholders as per the end of September, together with the chairman of the board of directors. The “three largest shareholders” refer to the ownership grouped registered or in any other way known shareholders as per the end of September. The chairman of the board of directors shall as soon as possible when the information regarding the three shareholders as per the end of September is known, contact the three largest shareholders to find out whether they wish to appoint a representative to the Nomination Committee. In case one of the three largest shareholders refrain from appointing a representative, or such representative resign prior to completion of the assignment and without the shareholder who has appointed the representative appointing a new member, the chairman of the board of directors shall encourage the next owner in size (i.e. in the first place the fourth largest shareholder) to appoint a representative. The procedure shall go on until the Nomination Committee is composed of four members including the chairman of the board of directors. The Nomination Committee shall appoint the chairman of the Nomination Committee among its members. The chairman of the board of directors or another member of the board of directors should not be appointed as chairman of the Nomination Committee. The members of the Nomination Committee shall be announced no later than six months before the annual shareholders’ meeting. When significant changes in the ownership occur after the date the Nomination Committee was appointed, the Nomination Committee may, if it considers it necessary, decide to offer a new owner a position in the Nomination Committee in accordance with the principles above. Changes in the Nomination Committee shall be made public immediately. The Nomination Committee’s term shall run until such time as a new Nomination Committee has been elected. No fees shall be paid to the members of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee shall prepare and propose the following to the coming annual shareholders’ meeting: (a)                     election of chairman at the shareholders’ meeting; (b)                    election of chairman of the board of directors and other members of the board of directors; (c)                     fees to the board of directors, divided between the chairman and other members, and any fees for committee work; (d)                    election of auditor and fees to the auditor; and (e)                     principles for appointment of the Nomination Committee. Item 13: Determination of Remuneration Policy for senior executives The board of directors proposes to the annual shareholders’ meeting that the following guidelines for remuneration to senior executives are adopted. The company shall offer remuneration levels and employment terms at market terms, aimed at facilitating the recruitment and retention of senior executives with high competence and capacity, in order to achieve established targets. It is noted that the company is highly international with employees in several countries. When determining the remuneration level and other employment terms, the starting point should be that the terms should be competitive considering the situation in the country in which the employee is employed. The guidelines shall apply to employment agreements entered into after the adoption of these guidelines by the shareholders’ meeting or amendments to existing agreements made after the adoption of the guidelines. The remuneration to the CEO and other senior executives can be comprised of fixed salary, variable remuneration, pension benefits, share-based incentive programs resolved by the shareholders’ meeting and other benefits. Senior executives refer to the CEO and the other persons forming part of the company’s management team. Remuneration and other employment terms for the CEO and other senior executives are prepared by the Remuneration Committee and resolved by the board of directors. The fixed salary shall take into consideration the individual’s competence, area of responsibility and performance. A review should generally be made annually. The variable remuneration is to be based on the outcome of predetermined well defined objectives. The variable consideration is to be limited and may not exceed 75 per cent of the fixed annual salary for the CEO and 40 per cent of the fixed annual salary for other senior executives, whereby the individual highest level should be based on factors such as the position held by the specific individual. The company’s commitments in reference to variable remuneration for the CEO and other senior executives who can be entitled to variable remuneration targets are for 2018 calculated to amount to, if all targets are met in full and based on the current exchange rates, at the highest approximately SEK 10 million (excluding social charges). The calculation is based on the persons currently being senior executives and who can be entitled to variable remuneration. In addition to what follows from law or collective bargain agreements or other agreements, the CEO and other senior executives may be entitled to arrange individual pension schemes. Refrained salaries and variable remuneration can be used for increased pension contributions, provided that the total cost for the company is unchanged over time. Share-based incentive programs shall, where applicable, be resolved by the shareholders’ meeting. The senior executives may be awarded other customary benefits, such as a company car, occupational health services, etc. In case of termination of the CEO’s employment by the company, the notice period should not exceed 6 months. In case the Company terminates the CEO without cause the CEO shall, in addition to salary during the notice period, be entitled to severance payment corresponding to 12 months’ base salary. The notice period for other senior executives shall not exceed 12 months. In case of termination from the company, in addition to salary during the notice period, severance payment corresponding to an amount equal to up to 12 months base salary may be paid. At the time of the annual shareholders’ meeting on 22 May 2018, the company has no outstanding remuneration commitments towards senior executives except for running commitments. To the extent that a member of the board of directors performs consultancy work on behalf of the company, in addition to the assignment as member of the board of directors, consultancy fees and other remuneration for such consultancy work should be payable. Such remuneration shall be paid on market terms and the remuneration as well as other terms shall be resolved upon by the board of directors. The board of directors shall be entitled to deviate from the guidelines in individual cases if there are special reasons for doing so. Item 14: Resolution on implementation of a long-term incentive program for senior executives by way of (A) directed issue of warrants; and (B) approval of transfer of warrants The board of directors proposes that the annual shareholder’s meeting resolves to implement a long-term incentive program for senior executives (the ”Warrants Program 2018/2021”). To implement the Warrants Program 2018/2021, the board of directors proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves on (A) directed issue of warrants; and (B) approval of transfer of warrants, on the following terms and conditions: 1. Directed issue of warrants A maximum of 1,175,000 warrants shall be issued for the Warrants Program 2018/2021. With deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, the right to subscribe for the warrants shall only vest in a wholly owned subsidiary within the group (the “Subsidiary”). The reason for the deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights is that the warrants shall be used within the Warrants Program 2018/2021. The Subsidiary’s subscription shall be made at the latest on 30 June 2018, with a right for the board of directors to prolong the subscription period. Over subscription cannot occur. The warrants shall be issued to the Subsidiary free of charge. The reason for the warrants being issued to the Subsidiary free of charge is that the warrants are issued as part of the implementation of the Warrants Program 2018/2021. Each warrant shall entitle to subscription of one new ordinary share in the company. The subscription price per share shall correspond to 125 per cent of the volume weighted average price according to Nasdaq Stockholm’s official price list for shares in the company during the period as from 14 May 2018 to and including 18 May 2018. The subscription price shall be rounded to the nearest whole öre, whereupon 0.5 öre shall be rounded upwards. Subscription of shares by virtue of the warrants may be effected as from 1 June 2021 up to and including 30 June 2021. A share that has been issued upon subscription will entitle to dividends for the first time on the first record date for dividend occurring after subscription of shares through exercise of warrants has been executed. The subscription price and the number of shares that each warrant confers right to subscribe for shall be subject to recalculation in consequence of a bonus issue, split, rights issue, and/or other similar company actions. In case all warrants are exercised for subscription of new shares, the share capital will increase with SEK 734,375. The chairman of the board of directors, or anyone appointed by him, shall be authorized to make minor formal adjustments of the resolution which may be required for registration with the Swedish Companies Registration Office (Sw. Bolagsverket) or Euroclear Sweden AB. 1. Transfer of warrants The Warrants Program 2018/2021 shall principally be carried out in accordance with what is stated below. The Subsidiary shall be entitled to transfer warrants against payment to participants in the Warrants Program 2018/2021 in accordance with the guidelines set out below. Transfer of warrants to participants in the Warrants Program 2018/2021 shall be made at fair market value at the time of the transfer which shall be established by Öhrlings Pricewaterhouse Coopers AB, as an independent valuation institute, in accordance with the Black Scholes formula. The board of directors of the company shall resolve upon allotment to participants in the Warrants Program 2018/2021 in accordance with the following guidelines: +----------------------------------+---------------------------------------+|Position |Number of warrants |+----------------------------------+---------------------------------------+|CEO |A maximum of 500,000 warrants |+----------------------------------+---------------------------------------+|Other senior executives(9 persons)|A maximum of 75,000 warrants per person|+----------------------------------+---------------------------------------+ Allotment to the participants in the Warrants Program 2018/2021 shall occur no later than on 30 June 2018. A participant can subscribe for a lower number of warrants compared to what is offered to the participant. Over subscription cannot occur. Right to allotment in the Warrants Program 2018/2021 requires that the participant at the time of allotment holds a position in the company (or another company in the group) or has signed an agreement regarding it and has not, at such time, informed or been informed that the employment will be terminated. For participants in other jurisdictions than Sweden, it is implied that transfer of the warrants is legally possible and that transfer, in the board of director’s opinion, can be carried out with reasonable administrative and financial efforts at the established market value of the warrants. The board of directors shall have the right to adjust the terms of the Warrants Program 2018/2021 to the extent required in order for allotment of warrants to participants in other jurisdictions, to the extent practically possible, to be carried out under the same conditions imposed by the Warrants Program 2018/2021. Reasons for the Warrants Program 2018/2021 and the deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights The reasons for the implementation of the Warrants Program 2018/2021 and the deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights for subscription of the new warrants are to be able to create possibilities for the company to retain senior executives by offering a long term ownership engagement. Such ownership engagement is expected to contribute to an increased alignment of interests between the participating senior executives and the shareholders, and also promote a long-term commitment to the company’s development. Costs, impact on key ratios, existing incentive programs and dilution Since the warrants in the Warrants Program 2018/2021 will be transferred to the participants at market value, the company’s assessment is that the company will not incur any social costs in relation to the Warrants Program 2018/2021. The company’s costs related to the Warrants Program 2018/2021 will hence only be composed of limited costs for implementation and administration of the program. As per the date of the notice, the number of shares in the company amounts to 50,811,866. In addition thereto, warrants have been issued in connection with a previous financing agreement which could result in a maximum of 599,114 additional shares being issued. In case all warrants issued in connection with the Warrants Program 2018/2021 are exercised for subscription of new shares, a total of 1,175,000 new shares will be issued, which corresponds to a dilution of approximately 2.26 per cent of the company’s share capital and votes after full dilution, calculated on the number of shares that will be added upon full utilization of all warrants issued under the Warrants Program 2018/2021. The key figure earnings per share for the full year 2017 had then been changed in such way that the result per share had been changed from SEK –3.24 to SEK –3.14. The dilution calculation as described above does not consider the shares that may be issued in connection with an exercise of the warrants which have been issued in connection with the previous financing agreement. In case these warrants are to be considered as well, the maximum total dilution from the Warrants Program 2018/2021 amounts to approximately 2.23 per cent. There are currently incentive programs in the form of three employee option programs and one warrant program outstanding in the company. In case all warrants issued in connection with the outstanding programs, and which still can be exercised, are exercised for subscription of new shares, a total amount of 2,564,710 new shares will be issued. In addition to the Warrants Program 2018/2021, the board of directors has also proposed that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves to implement a long-term incentive program for employees in the form of a performance-based share saving program in connection with which a total of 500,000 new shares may be issued and the Nomination Committee has proposed that the annual shareholders’ meeting also resolves to implement a long-term incentive program for certain members of the board of directors in the form of a performance-based share saving program in connection with which a total of 120,000 new shares may be issued. In case all outstanding incentive programs as well as the incentive programs proposed for resolution by the annual shareholders’ meeting are exercised in full, a total of 4,359,710 new shares will be issued, which corresponds to a total dilution of approximately 7.90 per cent of the company’s share capital and votes after full dilution, calculated on the number of shares that will be added upon full utilization of all outstanding and proposed incentive programs. The dilution calculation as described above does not consider the shares that may be issued in connection with an exercise of the warrants which have been issued in connection with the previous financing agreement. In case these warrants are to be considered as well, the maximum total dilution from existing and proposed incentive programs amounts to approximately 7.82 per cent. The above calculations regarding dilution and impact on key ratios are subject to re-calculation of the warrants in accordance with the customary recalculation terms set out for the programs. Preparation of the proposal The proposal of the Warrants Program 2018/2021 has been prepared by the Remuneration Committee with advice from external consultants. The final proposal has been resolved by the board of directors. Item 15: Resolution on amendment of the Articles of Association The board of directors of proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves, in order to enable issuance of series C shares under share saving programs, to incorporate a new § 6 in the company’s Articles of Association in accordance with the following wording. Following the incorporation of the new section in the Articles of Association, the already existing shares shall be ordinary shares. “6 § Classes of shares Shares may be issued in two classes, ordinary shares and series C shares. The ordinary shares shall carry one vote per share and series C shares shall carry one-tenth of a vote per share. Shares of either share class may be issued up to an amount corresponding to the full share capital. Series C shares do not entitle to dividends. Upon the dissolution of the company, series C shares shall carry equivalent right to the company’s assets as other shares, however, not to an amount exceeding the quota value of the share. If the company resolves to issue new ordinary shares and series C shares, against payment other than contribution in kind, owners of ordinary shares and series C shares shall have pre-emption rights to subscribe for new shares of the same class pro rata to the number of shares previously held by them (primary pre-emption right). Shares which are not subscribed for pursuant to the primary pre-emption rights shall be offered to all shareholders for subscription (secondary pre-emption right). If the shares thus offered are not sufficient for the subscription pursuant to the secondary pre-emption rights, the shares shall be allocated between the subscribers pro rata to the number of shares previously held and, to the extent such allocation cannot be effected, by the drawing of lots. If the company resolves to issue new shares of either solely ordinary shares or series C shares, against payment other than contribution in kind, all shareholders shall, irrespective of whether their shares are ordinary shares or series C shares, have pre-emption rights to subscribe for new shares pro rata to the number of shares previously held by them. What is set out above with regard to pre-emption rights shall apply mutatis mutandis in the event of issues of warrants and convertible bonds, and shall not limit the right to resolve upon an issue with deviation from the shareholders’ pre-emption rights. In the event of a bonus issue, new shares of each class shall be issued pro rata to the number of shares of the same class previously issued. In connection therewith, the owners of existing shares of a certain class shall entitle the holder to new shares of the same class. This shall not entail any restrictions on the possibility of issuing new shares of a new class by means of a bonus issue, following the required amendments of the Articles of Association. Reduction of share capital, which in any case shall not fall below the minimum share capital, may, at the request of a holder of a series C share and after resolution by the company’s board of directors or a shareholders’ meeting, take place through redemption of series C shares. A request from a shareholder must be submitted in writing. When a resolution on reduction has been passed, an amount corresponding to the reduction amount shall be transferred to the company’s reserve fund, if the required funds are available. The redemption amount per series C share shall be the quota value of such share. Following receipt of the redemption resolution, holders of shares subject to redemption shall promptly receive payment for the shares, or, if authorization for the redemption from the Swedish Companies Registration Office (Sw. Bolagsverket) or a court is required, following the receipt of notice that the final and effected resolution has been registered. Series C shares held by the company may, upon resolution of the board of directors be reclassified into ordinary shares. Immediately thereafter, the board of directors shall register the reclassification with the Swedish Companies Registration Office. The reclassification is effected when it has been registered and the reclassification been reflected in the central securities depository register.” As a result of the incorporation of the new section, the existing sections 6 – 11 of the Articles of Association will be renumbered. Item 16: Resolution on implementation of a long-term incentive program for employees by way of (A) implementation of a performance-based share saving program; (B) authorization on directed issues of series C shares; (C) authorization on repurchase of series C shares; and (D) resolution on transfer of own ordinary shares The board of directors proposes that the annual shareholder’s meeting resolves to implement a long-term incentive program in the form of a performance-based share saving program (the “LTI 2018”) for employees in accordance with A below. The resolution shall be conditional upon that the annual shareholders’ meeting also resolves to amend the Articles of Association in accordance with a separate proposal whereby the possibility to issue series C shares is introduced and that the annual shareholders’ meeting also resolves on hedging measures in accordance with B – D below. 1. Implementation of a performance-based share saving program  Background The overall purpose with LTI 2018 is to align the interests of the employees with those of the shareholders and thus ensure a maximum long-term value adding commitment. LTI 2018 is also considered to create a long-term focus on increase in earnings and growth among the participants. LTI 2018 is further considered to facilitate for the company to recruit and retain employees. Terms and conditions for LTI 2018 As a starting point, LTI 2018 shall comprise employees who do not participate in any outstanding share-related incentive programs in the company prior to the annual shareholders’ meeting on 22 May 2018. However, the company’s CFO shall have the right to participate in LTI 2018 even though he is a participant in a share-related incentive program since previously, and the board of directors may in addition to that, in exceptional cases, also resolve that up to five employees in the category “Other employees” who participate in share-related incentive programs since previously shall be entitled to participate in LTI 2018. In total, LTI 2018 is considered to comprise up to approximately 25 employees. In order to be entitled to participate in LTI 2018, it is required that the participant has been employed by the company or another company within the Group at the latest on the date of expiration of the Investment Period in accordance with the below. LTI 2018 means that the participants will invest in ordinary shares in the company (”Saving Shares”). In order to be entitled to participate in LTI 2018, each participant must at least acquire the number of Savings Shares which has been specified for each category below (which amount also corresponds to the maximum number of Saving Shares that each participant in each category may acquire within the framework of LTI 2018). The investment in Saving Shares shall be made through acquisition of ordinary shares on the stock market on 31 December 2018 at the latest (the "Investment Period"). If the Saving Shares are retained as from the expiration of the Investment Period to and including 31 December 2021 (the “Saving Period”) and the participant has continued to be employed by the company throughout the Saving Period, the participant is entitled to allotment of additional ordinary shares in the company free of charge (the “Performance Shares”), provided that the performance targets (the “Performance Targets”) mentioned below are achieved or exceeded. Participants shall acquire the following number of Saving Shares and shall have the opportunity to be allotted with up to the following number of Performance Shares per Saving Share. +-----------------+---------+----------------------+|Position |Number of|Maximum number of || |Saving |Performance Shares per|| |Shares |Saving Share |+-----------------+---------+----------------------+|CEO |30,000 |4 |+-----------------+---------+----------------------+|Other senior |15,000 |3 ||executives (4 | | ||persons) | | |+-----------------+---------+----------------------+|Other employees |5,000 |2 ||(approximately 20| | ||persons) | | |+-----------------+---------+----------------------+ The total number of Performance Shares shall not exceed 500,000. The Performance Targets that have to be achieved or exceeded relate to (i) the share price development of the company’s shares (the “Share Price Target”), (ii) the net sales for each respective financial year of 2018-2021 (the “Sales Target”), and (iii) the EBITDA for each respective financial year of 2018-2021 (the “EBITDA Target”), whereby each Performance Target is weighted by 1/3 and with regard to the Sales Target and EBITDA Target, each respective financial year is weighted by 1/4. The Share Price Target relates to the development of the company’s share price over the period from the date of the annual shareholders’ meeting 2018 to and including 31 December 2021. The share price development will be measured based on the volume weighted average share price 30 trading days immediately following the annual general meeting 2018 and 30 trading days immediately preceding 31 December 2021. An increase in the share price with less than 25 per cent does not entitle to any vesting of any of the Performance Shares pertaining to the Share Price Target and an increase in the share price with 100 per cent or more does entitle a vesting of all of the Performance Shares pertaining to the Share Price Target. In the event of an increase in the share price of between 25 and 100 per cent, vesting of the Performance Shares pertaining to the Share Price Target will occur linearly. The Sales Target and the EBITDA Target for each respective financial year shall be determined by the board of directors annually and with regard to the financial year 2018, before LTI 2018 is offered to the participants. For each respective target, a minimum level and a maximum target level shall be determined for each respective financial year. If the minimum level is not achieved, no Performance Shares are vested in relation to the actual Performance Target for the financial year and if the maximum target level is achieved, full vesting shall take place of the Performance Shares pertaining to the actual Performance Target for the financial year. If the minimum level is exceeded but the maximum target level is not achieved, vesting of the Performance Shares pertaining to the actual Performance Target for the financial year will occur linearly. The board of directors intends to present the determined targets regarding the Sales Target and the EBITDA Target as well as the achievement of these in connection with the expiration of LTI 2018 at the latest.  The final number of Performance Shares vested by each participant shall be rounded downwards to the nearest whole number. Before the number of Performance Shares to be allocated is finally determined, the board of directors shall evaluate if allocation pursuant to the principles set out above is reasonable, having regard to the company’s results and financial standing, to conditions on the stock market and to other circumstances in general. If the board of directors finds that it is not reasonable, then the board of directors may decrease the number of Performance Shares to be allocated to the lower number of shares that the board of directors finds reasonable. The number of Performance Shares that may be allotted by virtue of Saving Shares shall be subject to recalculation in consequence of a bonus issue, split, rights issue, and/or other similar company actions. Allotment of Performance Shares shall take place within 30 days from the publication of the year-end report for the financial year 2021. Participation in LTI 2018 presupposes that the participation is legally possible and that the participation in the company’s sole opinion can be made with reasonable administrative costs for the company. The board of directors shall be responsible for the details and management of LTI 2018 within the framework of the main conditions as set out above, and the board of directors shall be authorized to make minor adjustments to these conditions as required by law or for administrative reasons. The board of directors shall also be authorized to adjust or deviate from the terms and conditions as required by local laws and regulations as well as existing market practices. Furthermore, in the event of a public take-over offer, a sale of the company’s business, liquidation, merger or any other such transaction affecting the company, the board of directors shall, at its sole discretion, be entitled to resolve that the Performance Shares (partially or in full) shall vest and be allotted on completion of such transaction. The board of directors will make this resolution based on the level of achievement of the Performance Targets, the remainder of the Saving Period and any other factors deemed relevant by the board of directors. 1. Authorization on directed issues of series C shares   The board of directors proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves to authorize the board of directors, for the period up until the next annual shareholders’ meeting, on one or several occasions, to issue a maximum of 500,000 series C shares. The new shares may, with deviation from the shareholders' preferential rights, only be subscribed for by a bank or a securities company at a subscription price which corresponds to the quota value of the shares. The purpose of the authorization and the reason for the deviation from the shareholders' preferential rights in connection with an issue of shares is to secure delivery of Performance Shares under LTI 2018, which shall be effected through the company repurchasing the series C shares issued pursuant to the authorization in section C below and thereafter, when the series C shares have been converted to ordinary shares, by transferring ordinary shares to the participants in LTI 2018 in accordance with section D below. 1. Authorization on repurchase of series C shares The board of directors proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves to authorize the board of directors, for the period up until the next annual shareholders’ meeting, on one or several occasions, to repurchase its own series C shares. Repurchase may only be effected through a public offer directed to all holders of series C shares and shall comprise all outstanding series C shares. Repurchase may also be made of so-called interim shares, by Euroclear Sweden AB designated as a Paid Subscribed Share (Sw. Betald Tecknad Aktie (BTA)), regarding a series C share. Repurchase shall be made at a purchase price per share which corresponds to the quota value of the share. The purpose of the proposed repurchase authorization is to secure delivery of Performance Shares under LTI 2018. 1. Resolution on transfer of own ordinary shares In order to fulfil the company’s obligations towards participants in LTI 2018, the board of directors proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves that the company shall be entitled to transfer the company’s own ordinary shares as follows: The company shall have the right to transfer the number of ordinary shares that the Company has a maximum obligation to allocate as Performance Shares to participants in LTI 2018, at most 500,000 shares. The number of shares that may be transferred pursuant to LTI 2018 shall be subject to recalculation in consequence of a bonus issue, split, rights issue, and/or other similar corporate action which affects the number of shares in the company. The right to acquire ordinary shares shall, with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, vest in participants in LTI 2018 who are entitled to be allotted Performance Shares in accordance with the terms and conditions of the program. Transfer of shares to participants in LTI 2018 shall be made free of charge and be executed at the relevant time specified in the terms and conditions for LTI 2018. The reason for the deviation from the shareholders' preferential rights in connection with the transfers of own ordinary shares is to enable the company’s delivery of Performance Shares to participants in LTI 2018. Costs, impact on key ratios, existing incentive programs and dilution LTI 2018 will be accounted for in accordance with IFRS 2 which stipulates that the right to receive Performance Shares shall be expensed as a personnel cost over the vesting period. The board of directors has made a preliminary cost calculation for LTI 2018, which is based on a price per share of SEK 30 at the final allocation, that each participant makes an investment in Saving Shares which qualifies for participation in LTI 2018 and that the maximum number of Performance Shares is allotted. The value of the Performance Shares has been calculated based on a share price of SEK 15 per share in connection with the implementation of LTI 2018. Based on the above assumptions, the value of each Performance Share related to the Sales Target and the EBITDA Target, respectively has been calculated to SEK 15 and the value of each Performance Share related to the Share Price Target has been calculated to SEK 5.67. Overall, this results in a maximum cost for LTI 2018 of approximately SEK 5.9 million, excluding costs for social security contributions. The total costs for social security contributions, based on the assumption of a 100 per cent share price increase until the time of allocation of Performance Shares, is estimated to amount to a maximum of approximately SEK 4.7 million. As per the date of the notice, the number of shares in the company amounts to 50,811,866. In addition thereto, warrants have been issued in connection with a previous financing agreement which could result in a maximum of 599,114 additional shares being issued.  The maximum number of Performance Shares amounts to 500,000, which corresponds to a dilution of approximately 0.97 per cent of the company’s share capital and votes after full dilution, calculated on the number of shares that will be added upon full issuance of Performance Shares in connection with LTI 2018. Based on the calculation of cost and the dilution as per the above, the key figure earnings per share for the full year 2017 had been changed from SEK –3.24 to SEK –3.28. The dilution calculation as described above does not consider the shares that may be issued in connection with an exercise of the warrants which have been issued in connection with the previous financing agreement. In case these warrants are to be considered as well, the maximum total dilution from LTI 2018 amounts to approximately 0.96 per cent.  Information on existing incentive programs and dilution effects are presented above in the proposal under item 14.  Preparation of the proposal The proposal for LTI 2018 has been prepared by the Remuneration Committee together with external consultants. The final proposal has been resolved upon by the board of directors. Item 17: Resolution on implementation of a long-term incentive program for certain members of the board of directors by way of (A) implementation of a performance-based share saving program; (B) authorization on directed issues of series C shares; (C) authorization on repurchase of series C shares; and (D) resolution on transfer of own ordinary shares The Nomination Committee proposes that the annual shareholder’s meeting resolves to implement a long-term incentive program in the form of a performance-based share saving program (the “Board LTI 2018”) for certain members of the board of directors in accordance with A below. The resolution shall be conditional upon that the annual shareholders’ meeting also resolves to amend the Articles of Association in accordance with a separate proposal whereby the possibility to issue series C shares is introduced and that the annual shareholders’ meeting also resolves on hedging measures in accordance with B – D below. 1. Implementation of a performance-based share saving program Background Board LTI 2018 has been initiated and prepared by the Nomination Committee, considering that the company competes for qualified board members in an internationally competitive market. The overall purpose with Board LTI 2018 is to align the interests of the members of the board of directors with those of the shareholders and thus ensure a maximum long-term value adding commitment. Board LTI 2018 is also considered to create a long-term focus on increase in earnings and growth among the participants. Terms and conditions for Board LTI 2018 Board LTI 2018 shall comprise the members of the board of directors, Simon Cartmell, Tone Kvåle and Lennart Johansson. The members of the board of directors, Håkan Björklund, Björn Odlander and Nina Rawal, who are linked to the company’s principal shareholders Tellacq AB, HealthCap V L.P. and Stiftelsen Industrifonden, and the member of the board of directors, Lars Lidgren, who is the founder of the company, shall not be comprised of Board LTI 2018. Board LTI 2018 means that the participants will invest in ordinary shares in the company (”Saving Shares”). In order to be entitled to participate in Board LTI 2018, each participant must at least acquire the number of Savings Shares which has been specified for each participant below (which amount also corresponds to the maximum number of Saving Shares that each participant may acquire within the framework of Board LTI 2018). The investment in Saving Shares shall be made through acquisition of ordinary shares on the stock market on 31 December 2018 at the latest (the "Investment Period"). If the Saving Shares are retained as from the expiration of the Investment Period to and including 31 December 2021 and the participant has continued to be a member of the board of directors of the company until the date of when the annual shareholders’ meeting 2021 is held (i.e. most likely in May 2021), the participant is entitled to allotment of additional ordinary shares in the company free of charge (the “Performance Shares”), provided that the performance target (the “Performance Target”) mentioned below is achieved or exceeded. Participants shall acquire the following number of Saving Shares and shall have the opportunity to be allotted with up to the following number of Performance Shares per Saving Share. +--------------+---------+----------------------+|Participant |Number of|Maximum number of || |Saving |Performance Shares per|| |Shares |Saving Share |+--------------+---------+----------------------+|Simon Cartmell|30,000 |2 |+--------------+---------+----------------------+|Tone Kvåle and|15,000 |2 ||Lennart | | ||Johansson | | |+--------------+---------+----------------------+ The total number of Performance Shares shall not exceed 120,000. The Performance Target that has to be achieved or exceeded relates to the development of the company’s share price over the period from the date of the annual shareholders’ meeting 2018 to and including 31 December 2021. The share price development will be measured based on the volume weighted average share price 30 trading days immediately following the annual general meeting 2018 and 30 trading days immediately preceding 31 December 2021. An increase in the share price with less than 25 per cent does not entitle to any vesting of Performance Shares and an increase in the share price with 100 per cent or more does entitle a vesting of all Performance Shares. In the event of an increase in the share price of between 25 and 100 per cent, vesting of Performance Shares will occur linearly. The final number of Performance Shares vested by each participant shall be rounded downwards to the nearest whole number. The number of Performance Shares that may be allotted by virtue of Saving Shares shall be subject to recalculation in consequence of a bonus issue, split, rights issue, and/or other similar company actions. Allotment of Performance Shares shall take place within 30 days from the publication of the year-end report for the financial year 2021. Participation in Board LTI 2018 presupposes that the participation is legally possible and that the participation in the company’s sole opinion can be made with reasonable administrative costs for the company. The company’s Remuneration (excluding the participants, if applicable) shall be responsible for the management of Board LTI 2018 within the framework of the conditions as set out above, and the board of directors shall be authorized to make minor adjustments to these conditions as required by law or for administrative reasons. The Remuneration Committee shall also be responsible for any recalculations in accordance with the above. In the event of a public take-over offer, a sale of the company’s business, liquidation, merger or any other such transaction, all Performance Shares shall be deemed to be immediately vested and shall be allotted on completion of such transaction provided that the participant at the relevant point of time of such transaction (i) still is a member of the board of directors; and (ii) still holds all Saving Shares. 1. Authorization on directed issues of series C shares The Nomination Committee proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves to authorize the board of directors, for the period up until the next annual shareholders’ meeting, on one or several occasions, to issue a maximum of 120,000 series C shares, wherein the final number of series C shares that may be issued shall be determined to correspond with the maximum amount of Performance Shares that may need to be issued in relation to Board LTI 2018. The new shares may, with deviation from the shareholders' preferential rights, only be subscribed for by a bank or a securities company at a subscription price which corresponds to the quota value of the shares. The purpose of the authorization and the reason for the deviation from the shareholders' preferential rights in connection with an issue of shares is to secure delivery of Performance Shares under Board LTI 2018, which shall be effected through the company repurchasing the series C shares issued pursuant to the authorization in section C below and thereafter, when the series C shares have been converted to ordinary shares, by transferring ordinary shares to the participants in Board LTI 2018 in accordance with section D below. 1. Authorization on repurchase of series C shares The Nomination Committee proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves to authorize the board of directors, for the period up until the next annual shareholders’ meeting, on one or several occasions, to repurchase its own series C shares. Repurchase may only be effected through a public offer directed to all holders of series C shares and shall comprise all outstanding series C shares. Repurchase may also be made of so-called interim shares, by Euroclear Sweden AB designated as a Paid Subscribed Share (Sw. Betald Tecknad Aktie (BTA)), regarding a series C share. Repurchase shall be made at a purchase price per share which corresponds to the quota value of the share. The purpose of the proposed repurchase authorization is to secure delivery of Performance Shares under Board LTI 2018. 1. Resolution on transfer of own ordinary shares In order to fulfil the company’s obligations towards participants in Board LTI 2018, the Nomination Committee proposes that the annual shareholders’ meeting resolves that the company shall be entitled to transfer the company’s own ordinary shares as follows: The company shall have the right to transfer the number of ordinary shares that the company has a maximum obligation to allocate as Performance Shares to participants in Board LTI 2018, at most 120,000 shares. The number of shares that may be transferred pursuant to Board LTI 2018 shall be subject to recalculation in consequence of a bonus issue, split, rights issue, and/or other similar corporate action which affects the number of shares in the company. The right to acquire ordinary shares shall, with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, vest in participants in Board LTI 2018 who are entitled to be allotted Performance Shares in accordance with the terms and conditions of the program. Transfer of shares to participants in Board LTI 2018 shall be made free of charge and be executed at the relevant time specified in the terms and conditions for Board LTI 2018. The reason for the deviation from the shareholders' preferential rights in connection with the transfers of own ordinary shares is to enable the company’s delivery of Performance Shares to participants in Board LTI 2018. Costs, impact on key ratios, existing incentive programs and dilution Board LTI 2018 will be accounted for in accordance with IFRS 2 which stipulates that the right to receive Performance Shares shall be expensed as a personnel cost over the vesting period. The Nomination Committee has made a preliminary cost calculation for Board LTI 2018, which is based on a price per share of SEK 30 at the final allocation, that each participant makes an investment in Saving Shares which qualifies for participation in Board LTI 2018 and that the maximum number of Performance Shares is allotted. The value of the Performance Shares has been calculated based on a share price of SEK 15 per share in connection with the implementation of Board LTI 2018. Based on the above assumptions, the value of each Performance Share has been calculated to SEK 5.67. Overall, this results in a maximum cost for Board LTI 2018 of approximately SEK 0.7 million, excluding costs for social security contributions. The total costs for social security contributions, based on the assumption of a 100 per cent share price increase until the time of allocation of Performance Shares, is estimated to amount to a maximum of approximately SEK 1.1 million. As per the date of the notice, the number of shares in the company amounts to 50,811,866. In addition thereto, warrants have been issued in connection with a previous financing agreement which could result in a maximum of 599,114 additional shares being issued. The maximum number of Performance Shares amounts to 120,000, which corresponds to a dilution of approximately 0.24 per cent of the company’s share capital and votes after full dilution, calculated on the number of shares that will be added upon full issuance of Performance Shares in connection with Board LTI 2018. Based on the calculation of cost and the dilution as per the above, the key figure earnings per share for the full year 2017 would have been unchanged. The dilution calculation as described above does not consider the shares that may be issued in connection with an exercise of the warrants which have been issued in connection with the previous financing agreement. In case these warrants are to be considered as well, the maximum total dilution from Board LTI 2018 amounts to approximately 0.23 per cent. Information on existing incentive programs and dilution effects are presented above in the proposal under item 14.  Preparation of the proposal The proposal for Board LTI 2018 has been prepared by the Nomination Committee together with external consultants. However, the chairman of the board of directors, Håkan Björklund, has not participated in the Nomination Committee’s preparation of the proposal. Particular majority requirements For a valid resolution on the proposal pursuant to item 15, the proposal has to be supported by shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the votes cast as well as of all shares represented at the annual shareholders’ meeting. For a valid resolution on the proposals pursuant to items 14, 16 and 17, the proposals have to be supported by shareholders representing at least nine-tenths of the votes cast as well as of all shares represented at the annual shareholders’ meeting. Duty of disclosure at the annual shareholders' meeting The board and the CEO shall at the annual shareholders’ meeting, if any shareholder so requests and the board believes that it can be done without significant harm to the company, provide information regarding circumstances that may affect the assessment of items on the agenda, circumstances that can affect the assessment of the company’s or its subsidiaries financial position and the company’s relation to other companies within the group. Accounting documents and complete proposals Accounting documents, the audit report, the statement by the auditor on the compliance of the applicable guidelines for remuneration to senior executives as well as complete proposals for resolutions and the board of directors’ statement pursuant to Chapter 19, Section 22 of the Swedish Companies Act will be made available for the shareholders at the company’s office at Scheelevägen 19, SE-223 70 Lund, Sweden and at the company website (www.bonesupport.com) as from no later than three weeks prior to the annual shareholders’ meeting. Copies of the documents will be sent to the shareholders upon their request to the company, provided that such shareholders state their address, and will also be made available at the annual shareholders’ meeting. Number of shares and votes in the company As per the date of this notice, the total number of shares and votes in the company amounts to 50,811,866. The company does not hold any own shares. ____________________ Lund in April 2018 BONESUPPORT HOLDING AB (publ) The Board of Directors

Elkem ASA – Annual report 2017

Attached hereto is the annual report of Elkem ASA ("Elkem") for the financial year ended 31 December 2017. The annual report will also be published on Elkem's website: www.elkem.com  The financial information presented in the annual report for 2017 does not reflect the effects of the acquisitions of Jiangxi Bluestar Xinghuo Organic Silicones Co. Ltd. and Bluestar Silicon Material Co. Ltd. as these transactions were completed in 2018. For information about the effects of these transactions, please refer to Elkem's IPO prospectus dated 9 March 2018 and the quarterly report for Q1 2018 scheduled to be published on 8 May 2018. This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. For further queries, please contact: Morten Viga, CFO Tel: +47 416 09 752 Odd-Geir Lyngstad, Head of Investor Relations Tel: +47 976 72 806 About Elkem Founded in 1904, Elkem is one of the world's leading suppliers of silicon-based advanced materials with operations throughout the entire value chain from quartz to specialty silicones, as well as attractive market positions in specialty ferrosilicon alloys and carbon materials. Headquartered in Oslo, the company's 27 production sites (including a plant under construction) and extensive network of sales offices and agents around the world ensure proximity to customers and access to attractive end markets. Elkem's over 6,000 skilled employees and significant R&D activities provide a solid basis for further technology-driven growth and optimization. Helge Aasen has been the CEO since 2009.

Report from Bravida Holding AB (publ)’s annual general meeting on 20 April 2018

At the annual general meeting in Bravida Holding AB (publ) in Stockholm today, the shareholders resolved upon the following: Adoption of income statements and balance sheets, allocation of the company’s result and discharge from liabilityThe annual general meeting adopted the income statement and the balance sheet as well as the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet in the annual report for the financial year 2017. It was further resolved, in accordance with the proposal of the board of directors, that the distributable assets, SEK 4,901,112,712, shall be distributed so that SEK 1.55 per share, SEK 312,428,227 in total, are distributed to the shareholders, that SEK 3,517,757,028 are transferred to the share premium reserve and that the rest of the non-restricted equity of the company, SEK 1,070,927,457, shall be carried forward. Tuesday 24 April 2018 was established as record day for dividends. The meeting also discharged the members of the board and the managing director from liability for the financial year 2017. Election of board members, chairman of the board and auditorThe annual general meeting resolved, in accordance with the proposal of the nomination committee, that the number of board members shall be six with no deputy members and that the number of auditors shall be one with no deputy auditors. Jan Johansson, Staffan Påhlsson, Cecilia Daun Wennborg and Mikael Norman were re-elected as board members. Fredrik Arp and Marie Nygren were elected as new board members. Fredrik Arp was elected as chairman of the board. KPMG was re-elected as auditor. Determination of fees for the board members and the auditorThe annual general meeting also resolved on fees to the board of directors in accordance with the proposal of the nomination committee. The fees to the board of directors shall amount to maximum SEK 4,000,000, to be allocated as follows: SEK 1,100,000 to the chairman and SEK 450,000 to each of the other board members, SEK 180,000 to the chairman of the audit committee and SEK 100,000 to each of the other members of the audit committee, SEK 110,000 to the chairman of the remuneration committee and SEK 80,000 to each of the other members of the remuneration committee. Fees to the auditor shall be paid against approved accounts. Remuneration guidelines for the managementThe annual general meeting approved the proposal of the board of directors regarding guidelines for remuneration to the management. Nomination committeeThe annual general meeting resolved to appoint a nomination committee for the annual general meeting 2019 substantially in accordance with the same procedure as the preceding year. Authorization to repurchase and transfer sharesThe annual general meeting resolved to authorize the board of directors to resolve to repurchase, on one or several occasions until the next annual general meeting, as many own shares as may be purchased without the company’s holding at any time exceeding 10 percent of the total number of shares in the company. Further, it was resolved to authorize the board of directors to resolve, on one or several occasions until the next annual general meeting, to transfer (sell) own shares. The purpose of the authorization to repurchase own shares is to promote efficient capital usage in the company and to enable the board to finance acquisitions with own shares. The purpose of the authorization to transfer own shares is to enable the board to finance acquisitions with own shares.  Long term incentive programmeThe annual general meeting resolved, in accordance with the proposal of the board of directors, to adopt a long term incentive programme for senior executives and other key employees within the Bravida group. The resolution also included resolution regarding authorization for the board of directors to resolve to issue Class C shares, authorization for the board of directors to resolve to repurchase Class C shares and transfer of own ordinary shares. Additional information from the annual general meeting Complete proposals regarding the resolutions by the annual general meeting in accordance with the above are available at www.bravida.se/en. Minutes from the annual general meeting will be made available at www.bravida.se/en no later than two weeks after the annual general meeting.

Nordic Nanovector appoints Tone Kvåle as Interim Chief Executive Officer

Oslo, Norway, 20 April 2018 Nordic Nanovector ASA (OSE: NANO) announces that it has appointed Tone Kvåle to the position of Interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in addition to her current role as Chief Financial Officer. The appointment is made to conform to Norwegian Companies Law. A search for a full-time CEO is progressing. -End- For further information, please contact: Ludvik Sandnes, Chairman Cell: +47 907 43017 Email: lsandnes@nordicnanovector.com Malene Brondberg, VP Investor Relations and Corporate Communications Cell: +44 7561 431 762 Email: ir@nordicnanovector.com Media Enquiries Mark Swallow/David Dible/Isabelle Andrews (Citigate Dewe Rogerson) Tel: +44 207 638 9571 Email: nordicnanovector@citigatedewerogerson.com About Nordic Nanovector Nordic Nanovector is committed to develop and deliver innovative therapies to patients to address major unmet medical needs and advance cancer care. The Company aspires to become a leader in the development of targeted therapies for haematological cancers. Nordic Nanovector's lead clinical-stage candidate is Betalutin®, a novel CD37-targeting Antibody-Radionuclide-Conjugates (ARC) designed to advance the treatment of non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma (NHL). NHL is an indication with substantial unmet medical need, representing a growing market forecast to be worth nearly USD 20 billion by 2024. Nordic Nanovector intends to retain marketing rights and to actively participate in the commercialisation of Betalutin® in core markets. The Company is also advancing a pipeline of ARCs and other immunotherapies for multiple cancer indications. Further information about the Company can be found at www.nordicnanovector.com

Resolutions at the annual general meeting in Evolution Gaming Group AB (publ)

Adoption of income statement and balance sheet as well as consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheetThe annual general meeting adopted the income statement and consolidated income statement as well as the balance sheet and the consolidated balance sheet for the financial year 2017. Resolution on dividendThe annual general meeting resolved on a dividend of EUR 0.90 per share and that Tuesday 24 April 2018 shall be the record date for the dividend. Payment of the dividend is expected to be made on 2 May 2018 through Euroclear Sweden AB. Resolution on discharge from liability, re-election of board members and board feesThe annual general meeting resolved on discharge from liability for the members of the board of directors and the managing director for the financial year 2017. The annual general meeting resolved that the board of directors shall consist of six board members. Jens von Bahr, Joel Citron, Jonas Engwall, Cecilia Lager, Ian Livingstone and Fredrik Österberg were re-elected as board members and Jens von Bahr was re-elected as chairman of the board for the period until the close of the annual general meeting 2019. The annual general meeting resolved that the total fees to the board for the period until the next annual general meeting shall be increased to EUR 70,000 (EUR 60,000 the previous year), of which EUR 10,000 (unchanged) shall be paid to each of the board members elected by the annual general meeting that are not employed by the company and an additional EUR 20,000 (unchanged) shall be paid to the chairman of the board’s audit committee. The background for the increase of the total fees from EUR 60,000 to EUR 70,000 is that the re-elected board member Fredrik Österberg will end his employment with the company and he will therefore receive board fees instead of salary from the company. Amendments to the articles of associationThe annual general meeting resolved to amend § 7 of the company’s articles of association so that the company’s auditor can be elected for a term of not less than one and not more than four financial years. Further, the annual general meeting resolved to amend the object of the company set out in § 3 of the articles of association in order to make the wording of object of the company more precise so that it better corresponds with the operations that the company conducts today. In addition, the annual general meeting resolved on an editorial amendment to § 11 of the articles of association as the name of the Swedish Financial Instruments Accounts Act has been changed since the adoption of the previous articles of association. The complete new articles of association are available on the company’s website, www.evolutiongaming.com. Election of auditor and determination of fees to the auditorThe annual general meeting resolved to re-elect Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB as auditor for the period until the close of the annual general meeting 2019 and that fees to the auditor shall be paid against approved account. Resolution on principles for appointing members of the nomination committeeThe annual general meeting resolved that the principles setting out how members of the nomination committee are appointed that were adopted at the annual general meeting 2017 shall continue to be applied during 2018. Pursuant to the principles, the nomination committee shall consist of a board member who is independent of the company and its senior management together with three additional members that shall be appointed by the three largest shareholders in terms of votes on the last business day in August 2018. Guidelines for remuneration to the senior managementThe annual general meeting resolved on guidelines for remuneration to the senior management that essentially correspond to the guidelines that were adopted at the annual general meeting 2017, however, with an addition that allows the general meeting to resolve on long-term share and share price related incentive programmes directed to senior executives, among others. Pursuant to the guidelines, remuneration to senior executives shall be based on conditions that are market competitive and at the same time aligned with shareholders’ interests. Further, the objective of the guidelines is to ensure that the company can attract, motivate and retain senior executives with the expertise and experience required to achieve the company's operating goals. Incentive programme involving directed issue and transfer of warrantsThe annual general meeting resolved to establish an incentive programme under which the company invites approximately 80–100 persons within the group to acquire warrants in the company. The right to acquire warrants is granted the managing director of the company, members of the group management, persons who report directly to the group management and other key employees. The board members of the company will not be granted warrants. The resolution includes a directed issue of not more than 617,702 warrants to a wholly-owned subsidiary with a subsequent transfer to the participants in the incentive programme. The participants can exercise the warrants for subscription of a total of not more than 617,702 shares in the company after a three-year vesting period. Minutes and complete resolutionsThe minutes from the annual general meeting, including the complete resolutions and the new articles of association, will be available on the company’s website, www.evoltiongaming.com.

Press release from Arctic Mineral Resources

We refer to the press release published by Arctic Mineral Resources as referred by Hegnar.no today. Nordic Mining has carried out extensive investigations on Engebø to establish an efficient and environmentally friendly plan for a long-term and economic production of rutile and garnet. Nordic Mining has been granted extraction rights, and the zoning plan and environmental permit for the project are approved.   According to our recent prefeasibility study, mining and production of rutile (State mineral) requires combined production of rutile and garnet in order to give viable project economics.  For further information, please contact CEO Ivar S. Fossum, telephone +47-93096850.Oslo, 20 April 2018 Nordic Mining ASANordic Mining ASA (www.nordicmining.com) Nordic Mining ASA ("Nordic Mining" or "the Company") is a resource company with focus on high-end industrial minerals and metals in Norway and internationally. The Company's project portfolio is of high international standard and holds a significant economic potential. The Company's assets are in the Nordic region.Nordic Mining is undertaking a large-scale project development at Engebø on the west coast of Norway where the Company has rights and permits to a substantial eclogite deposit with rutile and garnet. Permits for the project have been granted by the Norwegian government, and a prefeasibility study was completed in October 2017. Nordic Mining's associated company Keliber in Finland is in the process of completing its definitive feasibility study and preparing for production of lithium carbonate. Nordic Mining has rights for exploration and production of high-purity quartz in Kvinnherad in Norway. Further, the Company holds exploration rights at Reinfjord in northern Norway where a prospective area of sulphide mineralisation has been discovered. Nordic Mining is also exploring opportunities related to seabed mineral resources. Nordic Mining is listed on Oslo Axess with ticker symbol "NOM".

Cyxone’s Annual General Meeting moved to June 5, 2018

The shareholders of Cyxone AB (publ) are hereby informed that the company's Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be postponed and held on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. It was previously scheduled for May 23, 2018. The reason for the time shift is derived from the in-depth work related to the financing of the company's drug candidate Rabeximod, which was acquired in 2017. Cyxone intends to raise funding to initiate a Phase 2b clinical trial for the drug candidate Rabeximod as a treatment for the autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritis. A formal notice convening the Annual General Meeting on June 5, 2018 will be published approximately four weeks before that day. ContactCyxone AB (publ)Kjell G. Stenberg, CEOTel: +46 (0) 723 816 168Email: kjell.g.stenberg@cyxone.comAdelgatan 21221 22 MalmöSwedenwww.cyxone.com About CyxoneCyxone AB is a clinical stage biotech company with a portfolio of immunomodulating drugs for the treatment of autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The company’s drug portfolio is based on two technological pillars in the form of oral molecules and cyclotide-based drugs that inhibit key processes in the body’s cells that are typically associated with various immune-related disorders. Cyxone’s technologies have the potential to address an unmet need and provide new effective and safe medicines that can improve the quality of life for patients affected by autoimmune diseases. The company has two drug candidates, T20K for MS in a preclinical program and Rabeximod for RA in clinical phase 2 program. Cyxone’s Certified Adviser on the Nasdaq First North is Erik Penser Bank, +46 (0)8 4638000. www.cyxone.com  

Science for Society in focus at UN Security Council visit to ESS

Today, the United Nations (UN) Security Council visited the European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund, Sweden, together with the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Margot Wallström. Lars Börjesson, Chair of the European Spallation Source ERIC Council, and John Womersley, ESS Director General, welcomed the delegation at the ESS Construction site. The Ambassadors representing the 15 member countries of the United Nations Security Council visited ESS this afternoon during their three-day visit to Sweden. Margot Wallström, the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs, was pleased to introduce the prominent visitors to this European research infrastructure project, of which Sweden is the host country together with Denmark.  ”We are proud to be able to show ESS to the Security Council,” said Margot Wallström. “We talked about technological development and global challenges, and how research and innovation can be used to meet today’s problems and crises.”  ESS, under construction in Lund, will be a multi-disciplinary research facility based on the world’s most powerful neutron source, providing unique research capabilities. The European Spallation Source ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium) currently has 15 member- and observer nations, all committed to the goal of collectively building and operating this large-scale research infrastructure. Collaboration over borders is necessary to make this scientific endeavour a success, and ESS is being built through the collective global effort of hundreds of scientists and engineers in partner institutions all over the world. Once ESS opens for research, planned for 2023, up to 3,000 researchers will carry out scientific experiments at the facility every year.  “We’re honoured and pleased to host the UN Security Council today. ESS is a great example of international collaboration, with European nations pooling their resources to build the facility and staff members from no less than 50 countries,” saidESS Director General John Womersley. “But ESS is more than just a symbol of cooperation – this visit emphasises the key role that scientific and technical innovation must play in helping to addressing the world’s pressing challenges, from energy sustainability to healthcare to better use of materials.” ESS Director General John Womersley introduced the UN Security Council representatives to the big science project ESS, focusing on its scientific benefits for society. The visitors also could see the progress of the construction work and learn more about the facility during a a guided tour of the Construction site. 2018 is a busy year at ESS with the peak of construction activities, as well as on-going installations in parts of the facility, in-kind deliveries from the member countries starting to arrive and the commissioning of the Ion Source.  Being one of the non-permanent members nations of the Security Council, Sweden is during the weekend the location for the Security Council’s yearly working meeting with the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, a meeting which for the first time will take place outside the USA, at the farm Backåkra in Southern Sweden. Backåkra belonged to the former UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld, and is now used as a meeting place within areas such as international collaboration, environment, peace research and human rights.

Interim Report First Quarter 2018

CEO comment:”The first quarter of 2018 marks the beginning of a year of major transformation for the Tele2 Group. Our business momentum continued with growth in revenue, EBITDA and operating cash flow. Looking forward to the merger with Com Hem, we are today also announcing an updated shareholder remuneration and leverage policy, which we believe is highly attractive to all shareholders of the combined company.” Financial highlights: · Net sales growth of 5 percent, like-for-like · Mobile end-user service revenue growth of 4 percent and EBITDA growth of 6 percent, like-for-like · Adjusted for two non-cash one-off items, mobile end-user service revenue grew 5 percent and EBITDA grew 9 percent · Rolling 12 months operating cash flow growth of 26 percent · Kazakhstan reached the EBITDA margin target level of 30 percent earlier than expected · Updated financial framework for the combined company, post the proposed merger with Com Hem, aiming for:- Net debt to EBITDA target range of 2.5-3.0x- Ordinary dividend of at least 80 percent of equity free cash flow- Extraordinary dividends and/or share repurchases to maintain target leverage The report is available on www.tele2.com Presentation of the first quarter 2018 Tele2 will host a presentation with the possibility to join through a conference call, for the global financial community at 10:00 am CEST (09:00 am BST/04:00 am EDT) on Monday, April 23, 2018. The presentation will be held in English and also made available as a webcast on Tele2’s website: www.tele2.com  Dial-in information:To ensure that you are connected to the conference call, please dial in a few minutes before the start of the conference call to register your attendance. Ask for Tele2 Q1 Interim Report 2018. Dial-in numbers:SE: +46 (0)8 5065 3942UK: +44 (0)330 336 9411US: +1 646 828 8143 For more information, please contact: Angelica Gustafsson, Head of Public Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 704 26 41 42Erik Strandin Pers, Head of Investor Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 733 41 41 88 This information is information that Tele2 AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 07:00 CEST on April 23, 2018. TELE2’S MISSION IS TO FEARLESSLY LIBERATE PEOPLE TO LIVE A MORE CONNECTED LIFE. We believe the connected life is a better life, and so our aim is to make connectivity increasingly accessible to our customers, no matter where or when they need it. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government monopolies and other established providers. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data network services, content services and global IoT solutions. Every day our 17 million customers across 8 countries enjoy a fast and wireless experience through our award winning networks. Tele2 has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since 1996. In 2017, Tele2 had net sales of SEK 25 billion and reported an EBITDA of SEK 6.4 billion. For definitions of measures, please see the last pages of the Annual Report 2017. Follow @Tele2group on Twitter for the latest updates

Updated financial framework for Tele2, post the proposed merger with Com Hem

The merger will combine two highly cash generative businesses with clear synergies to create a leading connectivity provider in the Baltic Sea region. The Board of Directors of Tele2 has, since the January announcement of the preliminary financial framework, developed an updated and more specific financial framework, based on further analysis and dialogue with the companies’ shareholders. The new financial leverage target and shareholder remuneration framework are as follows: · Enlarged Tele2 will seek to operate within a net debt/EBITDA range of between 2.5-3.0x and maintain investment grade credit metrics · Enlarged Tele2’s policy will aim to maintain target leverage by distributing capital to shareholders through:- An ordinary dividend of at least 80 percent of equity free cash flow; and- Extraordinary dividends and/or share repurchases, based on remaining equity free cash flow, proceeds from asset sales and re-leveraging of EBITDA growth Based on this policy, Enlarged Tele2 is expected to distribute in excess of 100 percent of equity free cash flow to shareholders, through a combination of dividends and share repurchases. Tele2 and Com Hem believe that the prospects for cash returns to shareholders of the combined group, under this policy, are stronger than what could be expected for holders of Tele2 or Com Hem on a stand-alone basis. The merger process is developing according to plan and is, as previously announced, expected to close in the second half of 2018. For more information, please contact:Angelica Gustafsson, Head of Public Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 704 26 41 42Erik Strandin Pers, Head of Investor Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 733 41 41 88 TELE2’S MISSION IS TO FEARLESSLY LIBERATE PEOPLE TO LIVE A MORE CONNECTED LIFE. We believe the connected life is a better life, and so our aim is to make connectivity increasingly accessible to our customers, no matter where or when they need it. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government monopolies and other established providers. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data network services, content services and global IoT solutions. Every day our 17 million customers across 8 countries enjoy a fast and wireless experience through our award winning networks. Tele2 has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since 1996. In 2017, Tele2 had net sales of SEK 25 billion and reported an EBITDA of SEK 6.4 billion. For definitions of measures, please see the last pages of the Annual Report 2017. Follow @Tele2group on Twitter for the latest updates

Interim report January-March

Q1 2018 highlights · Record Q1 sales of SEK 4,674m (3,704) with 9% organic growth · Operating income before IAC of SEK 237m (137) including transaction costs of SEK 12m (6) · Total operating income of SEK 220m (137) including SEK -17m (0) of items affecting comparability · Total net income of SEK 142m (118) including net income from discontinued operations of SEK -4m (35) and total basic earnings per share of SEK 1.62 (1.44) · Net debt of SEK 2,334m (2,439) equivalent to 1.4x trailing EBITDA before IAC Financial overview +------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|(SEKm) |Q1 2018|Q1 2017|Full year 2017|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Continuing operations | | | |+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Net sales | 4,674| 3,704| 17,537|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Organic growth | 9.2%| 8.7%| 7.7%|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Acquisitions/divestments | 15.3%| 0.4%| 8.3%|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Changes in FX rates | 1.7%| 2.2%| 1.0%|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Change in reported net sales | 26.2%| 11.4%| 16.9%|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+| | | |  |+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Operating income before IAC | 237| 137| 1,264|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Operating margin before IAC | 5.1%| 3.7%| 7.2%|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Items affecting comparability | -17| -| -340|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Operating income | 220| 137| 923|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+| | |  | |+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Net income | 146| 84| 612|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Basic earnings per share (SEK)| 1.68| 1.23| 8.19|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Cash flow from operations | 320|  144| 1,311|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+| | |  | |+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Discontinued operations [1] | | | |+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Net income | -4| 35| 748|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+| | |  | |+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Total operations | |  | |+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Net income | 142| 118| 1,360|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Basic earnings per share (SEK)| 1.62| 1.44| 18.73|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+|Net debt | 2,334| 2,439| 1,812|+------------------------------+-------+-------+--------------+ [1]Discontinued operations comprise MTG’s businesses in Tanzania in the first quarter of 2018 and also MTG’s businesses in the Czech Republic and the Baltics in 2017. The full year 2017 results include a capital gain of SEK 593m from the divestment of the Baltic operations.Alternative performance measures used in this report are explained and reconciled on pages 21-25. President & CEO’s comments Another quarter of profitable growthQ1 has been a busy and exciting quarter at MTG. We have delivered both top and bottom line growth while also preparing to take the final step in our transformation by splitting MTG into two separate listed companies. Q1 was the seventh consecutive quarter of more than 5% organic sales growth. This growth is a result of the investments that we have made in our content portfolio and digital products. Our digital sales were up 88% in Q1 and accounted for 35% of total sales. Furthermore, we have translated this growth into higher profits with EBIT up 73%. Nordic Entertainment delivered another quarter of higher sales and profits, even though we had tough comps from last year and the Winter Olympics on rival channels and services. Viaplay continues to be the main driver of the growth but almost all of our markets and products grew their sales. MTGx sales were up 226% on a reported basis and 27% on an organic basis. We turned the reported EBITDA loss a year ago into a profit of SEK 45m with the help of the contribution from InnoGames. All three digital verticals all grew with ESL generating particularly high growth from owned and operated events. One becomes twoWe are today the number one integrated entertainment provider in the Nordics, with the best and broadest content offering, and world-class streaming services in Viaplay and Viafree. We have also firmly established MTGx as one of the most exciting players in the digital entertainment space. We are the world’s leading esports company and we have proven concepts in the online gaming space - two industries that are global by nature. The Nordic Entertainment and MTGx businesses and teams are ready to stand and succeed separately, which is why we are now taking the next step by preparing to split MTG into two separate listed companies. Please read all about it at www.mtg.com/mtg-nordic-entertainment-split/. We are big believers that this will accelerate the development of both companies and create additional shareholder value through a sharpened strategic focus, more flexibility, and faster decision making. It will also provide investors with two distinct and attractive but inherently different investment cases. We intend to propose the distribution and listing of the Nordic Entertainment Group at an Extraordinary General Meeting in the second half of this year and provide regular updates throughout the process “9% organic growth and 73% profit growth clearly show the potential of this Group. Now we are preparing to split MTG in two in order to accelerate the speed of development and drive shareholder value. We have created two unique businesses that are leaders in their fields and very well positioned for the future."Jørgen Madsen LindemannPresident & Chief Executive Officer   2018 Annual General MeetingThe 2018 Annual General Meeting will be held on 22 May 2018 in Stockholm. The Board of Directors will propose the payment of an annual ordinary cash dividend of SEK 12.50 (12.00) per share to the Annual General Meeting. The total proposed dividend payment would therefore amount to approximately SEK 837m (801), based on the maximum potential number of outstanding ordinary shares. The Board of Directors will propose that the remainder of the Group’s retained earnings for the year ended 31 December 2017 be carried forward into the accounts for 2018. The proposal is in line with the dividend policy to distribute a minimum of 30 per cent of each year’s recurring net profit to shareholders in the form of an annual ordinary cash dividend. The notices to the Meeting and related materials can be found at www.mtg.com. Financial calendar Annual General Meeting 2018            22 MayQ2 results announcement   18 JulyQ3 results announcement    23 October Questions?press@mtg.com (or Tobias Gyhlénius, Head of Public Relations; +46 73 699 27 09)investors@mtg.com (or Stefan Lycke, Head of Investor Relations; +46 73 699 27 14) Download high-resolution photos: Flickr   Follow us: mtg.com  / Facebook  / Twitter  / LinkedIn  / Instagram  / YouTube   Conference callThe company will host a conference call today at 09.00 Stockholm local time, 08.00 London local time and 03.00 New York local time. To participate in the conference call, please dial: Sweden:             +46 (0)8 5065 3942 UK:  +44 (0)330 336 9411US:  +1 323 794 2551   The access pin code for the call is 3219383. To listen to the conference call online and for further information, please visit www.mtg.com.  Modern Times Group MTG AB (Publ.) - Reg no: 556309-9158 – Phone +46 562 000 50 – mtg.com MTG (Modern Times Group MTG AB (publ.)) is a leading international digital entertainment group and we are shaping the future of entertainment by connecting consumers with the content that they love in as many ways as possible. Our brands span TV, radio and next generation entertainment experiences in esports, digital video content and online gaming. Born in Sweden, our shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (‘MTGA’ and ‘MTGB’). This information is information that MTG (Modern Times Group MTG AB (publ.)) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:30 CET on 23 April, 2018.

Swedbank expands partnership with Meniga

The investment forms part of a strategic financing round in Meniga which includes other key customers of the company.  “We know our customers want us to be proactive with relevant offers and services to make their everyday life easier, and we know that more and more of our customers prefer to meet us digitally. We see Meniga as an innovation partner to give our customers a digital experience that includes a better overview and insights of all their finances both from Swedbank and external parties. We are very pleased with the agreed partnership,” says Lotta Lovén, Head of Digital Banking at Swedbank. “We are delighted to welcome Swedbank as a strategic investor and look forward to playing our part in their digital transformation. We have been very impressed by Swedbank’s ambition and dedication to digital innovation,” says Georg Ludviksson, Co-founder and CEO of Meniga. About MenigaMeniga is a global leader in white-label digital banking solutions. Its award-winning products enable the world's largest financial institutions to dramatically improve their online and mobile digital environment, enriching the user experience of over 50 million digital banking users across 23 countries. Meniga has developed a framework for next-generation digital banking around advanced data consolidation and enrichment, meaningful customer engagement and new revenue opportunities. Meniga’s portfolio of products includes personal finance management, automated real-time notifications, predictive analytics & personalised engagement technologies, card-linked offers and consumer data analytics. Meniga’s offices are in London, Reykjavik, Stockholm and Warsaw. For further information:Lotta Lovén, Head of Digital Banking, Swedbank, +46 70 815 51 66Josefine Uppling, Head of Press office, Swedbank, +46 76 114 54 21

Follicum AB Announces more than 50% Recruitment Reached In FOL-005 Phase IIa Hair Growth Study

FOL-005 is a modified, short version of the endogenous protein, osteopontin. In the recently completed phase I/IIa study, FOL-005 was shown to be effective and safe in stimulating hair growth, with 3 out of 4 subjects responding with increased hair growth. In the ongoing study, the patients are treated with different doses of the drug candidate FOL-005 or placebo, administered as injections at two sites on the scalp. Injections are given three times per week for three months. The study is expected to be completed in late 2018. Jan Alenfall, CEO comments:"We are very pleased to note that the inclusion of patients proceeds according to plan and that patient recruitment has now reached halfway to the target. Our intention with the current clinical trial is to confirm recently documented results, where we saw both good effect and safety, as well as a very high patient response. We are looking forward to being able to present the results by the end of this year".  For further information, please contact:Jan Alenfall – CEO, Follicum ABTelephone: +46 46 19 21 97Email: info@follicum.com This information is information that Follicum is obliged to make public according to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was provided through the agency of the contact persons above, for publication on the 23 April 2018.  About Clinical Research Center for Hair and Skin Science (CRC), Berlin, GermanyThe Clinical Research Center for Hair and Skin Science (“CRC”) is part of the skin clinic at the Charité University Hospital in Berlin. CRC conducts experimental research and offers specialist expertise in the field of skin and hair research. CRC has conducted a number of clinical studies in various hair indications and has a solid qualification area specializing in clinical phase I and II studies. About bioskin, Hamburg, Germanybioskin is a full-service CRO specializing in dermatology that provides services for clinical development of dermatologically oriented products, especially for both early phase/PoC and late phase studies. bioskin has 25 years of experience in clinical studies in this area. Bioskin has previously conducted several clinical studies in various hair indications and has impressive qualifications. The head office is located in Hamburg and is privately owned. About Follicum ABFollicum is a biotech company focused on the discovery and development of peptide-based drugs. The primary focus is in hair growth stimulation, where Follicum has obtained very promising results with FOL-005 in a recently completed clinical trial. In diabetes, the drug candidate FOL-014 has demonstrated an increase in insulin release in pre-clinical models. The company was founded in 2011, and is based in Lund, Sweden. Follicum is listed on the Swedish small cap exchange Aktietorget since 2014. www.follicum.com

Elekta MR-linac featured in record-breaking 42 abstracts at ESTRO 37

BARCELONA, April 23, 2018 – Elekta (EKTA-B.ST) today announced that its transformative MR-linac system is featured in 42 abstracts at the European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology (ESTRO) 37th Annual Conference, taking place April 20 – 24 in Barcelona. Founding members of the Elekta MR-linac Consortium are presenting 36 abstracts and new collaborators from an ever-growing number of world-class cancer centers are presenting six abstracts. Elekta MR-linac is groundbreaking because it overcomes the technical barriers that have hindered the integration of radiation therapy with real-time high-field 1.5 Tesla (T) MR imaging. It is the only system to truly unlock the imaging capabilities of MR/RT, enabling clinicians to see what they treat in real time and offer each patient truly personalized therapy. “For decades radiation oncologists have been challenged by the inability to see what we treat in real time, and the expansive body of MR-linac data presented at ESTRO 37 makes it clear that the dawn of a wholly new approach to radiation therapy is on the horizon,” said Ananya Choudhury, MA, PhD, MRCP, FRCR, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, UK. “These data demonstrate that MR-linac has the potential to transform how cancer is treated by allowing more effective tumor targeting, providing better protection for healthy tissue and organs at risk, reducing side effects and enabling real-time adaptation of treatment plans. The ability to see what we treat has the potential to fundamentally change the way we currently treat patients and enable the radiation oncology community to dramatically improve health outcomes.”   The Elekta MR-linac Consortium is a collaborative industrial-academic partnership that Elekta founded with seven centers and its technology partner, Philips, in 2012 to provide an evidence-based introduction of Elekta MR-linac to the medical community, and to support the advancement of the technology. Key findings presented at ESTRO 37 include: ·  1.5T MRI-Linac treatment planning for multiple lymph node oligometastases in the pelvic area (Presentation number OC-0616, oral presentation, Monday, April 23). This study investigated the MR-linac treatment plan quality of multiple lymph node oligometastases in the pelvic area in ten patients. Results show that all treatments were delivered to the target area while protecting organs at risk. This study shows that multiple lymph node oligometastases could potentially be identified and treated on the MR-linac with plan quality and conformity that meet international criteria. Results also suggest that MR-linac may enable the use of smaller treatment target volumes, which could pave the way for further dose escalation and hypofractionation. · Investigating online adaptive workflows for prostate patients on the MR-Linac: an in-silico study (Presentation number OC-0615, oral presentation, Monday, April 23). This study investigated three methods for rapidly adjusting treatment plans to account for changes in rectal volume in patients with prostate cancer. Results show that currently available methods can be used for daily re-planning strategies. The optimal method (Segment Weight and Shape Optimization, or SSO) enabled treatment replanning in 239 seconds, which should be feasible for daily plan adjustment in real-world clinical settings. · Optimizing acquisition speed and contrast of respiratory correlated 4D-MRI on a 1.5T MRI-Linac (Presentation number PV-0535, poster presentation, Monday, April 23). Internal organs can move during radiation therapy due to breathing, digestion and other normal functions. This study assessed the quality of images using several approaches to account for respiratory motion and also sought to identify the optimum speed for acquiring images to account for abdominal motion in healthy volunteers. Motion of internal organs during radiation therapy due to breathing and other anatomic functions. Results show that four-dimensional MR images were successfully acquired on a 1.5T MR-linac with one of the approaches (self-navigated GA-SoS 4D-MRI). They also demonstrate the feasibility of characterizing abdominal motion even when using only 19% - 38% of the captured image data. The ability to accurately characterize motion with a more limited data set should reduce acquisition time, which is an important factor in making MR-linac compatible with real world clinical workflows. “The 42 abstracts presented at this conference is continued evidence of the intensity of the work of the Elekta MR-linac Consortium which has resulted in 125 scientific papers on Elekta’s MR-linac, more than any other MR-guided radiation delivery system,” said Elekta CEO, Richard Hausmann. “With this expert community, Elekta has achieved a technical tour-de-force by working with those on the front line of cancer therapy to innovative next-generation technologies that address unmet needs. We recognize the critical role that the consortium members played in making the ability to see what is treated in real-time a reality, and in developing the clinical protocols and processes that will enable MR/RT and transform patient care as we gear up for pending market introduction.”   Additional information about Elekta MR-linac can be found at www.elekta.com/mrrt . Elekta MR-linac is a work in progress and not available for sale or distribution. For further information, please contact:Oskar Bosson, Global EVP Corporate Communications and Investor RelationsTel: +46 70 410 7180, e-mail: Oskar.Bosson@elekta.comTime zone: CET: Central European Time Michelle Joiner, Director, Global Media RelationsTel: +1 770 670 2447, e-mail: michelle.joiner@elekta.comTime zone: ET: Eastern Time About ElektaElekta is proud to be the leading innovator of equipment and software used to improve, prolong and save the lives of people with cancer and brain disorders. Our advanced, effective solutions are created in collaboration with customers, and more than 6,000 hospitals worldwide rely on Elekta technology. Our treatment solutions and oncology informatics portfolios are designed to enhance the delivery of radiation therapy, radiosurgery and brachytherapy, and to drive cost efficiency in clinical workflows. Elekta employs 3,600 people around the world. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Elekta is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm. www.elekta.com.

StarVR Corporation first day of trading on TPEx's Emerging Stocks Board

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN (23 April, 2018) – Starbreeze joint venture StarVR Corporation's share is from today traded on TPEx's Emerging Stocks Board. The share was initially traded at prices from 69-96 TWD (Taiwanese dollars) per share. The total number of shares issued in StarVR Corporation is 48,218,000, of which 3.11 percent has been made available for trading. Starbreeze has not divested shares in connection with the listing, and the shareholding in StarVR Corporation remains at some 33 percent. StarVR Corporation has applied for and is approved for listing on the TPEx's Emerging Stocks Board with the first day of trading today, April 23, 2018 under the Chinese name Hongxing Technology Co and stock ticker 6681. Prior to listing, Acer divested 4.69 percent of its shares in StarVR Corporation.  The listing of StarVR Corporation does not affect Starbreeze accounting since the ownership in the joint venture is reported in accordance with the equity method. See previous press release from StarVR Corporation: https://news.cision.com/starvr/r/starvr-corporation-completes-application-for-public-issuance-in-taiwan--marks-first-step-for-ipo-pro,c2484279   StarVR Corporation was founded as a joint venture between Swedish entertainment content creator, publisher and innovator Starbreeze, and Acer, one of the world's top ICT companies with a presence in over 160 countries. StarVR Corporation designs, manufactures, promotes, markets and manages sales and support of StarVR solutions to the professional, enterprise, and location-based entertainment market. Headquartered in Taipei, StarVR Corporation also has presence in Los Angeles, Paris and Stockholm.

Electrolux and AIESEC mobilize youth to act on responsible consumption

Electrolux and AIESEC, which is a global organization for youth leadership, are teaming up around a joint #ActSustainably campaign, raising awareness about SDG 12. The focus is to inform about opportunities for young leaders to take action on food sustainability issues, by volunteering in projects that address challenges such as hunger, poor nutrition, food waste and responsible consumption. More information is available on the dedicated Youth For Global Goals website: https://youth4globalgoals.org/responsible-consumption-and-production/. “Through our Feed the Planet partnership, Electrolux, AIESEC and Worldchefs have launched more than 10 food sustainability projects around the world since 2017. We’re very happy to deepen our relationship with AIESEC by together reaching out to the next generation of leaders about how they can contribute to SDG 12 by volunteering in these and future projects,” said Henrik Sundström, Head of Sustainability Affairs at Electrolux. As part of Electrolux sustainability framework, For the Better, the company in 2016 set up the Electrolux Food Foundation, creating a long-term platform for funding initiatives in this area and engaging employees around the world. More information about Food Foundation projects is available here . The first initiative to be financed was Feed the Planet , a partnership with AIESEC and Worldchefs which included commitments to jointly driving a number of food projects over the coming years. AIESEC , which is promoting and driving youth participation in the implementation of the UN sustainable development goals, provides volunteers to help manage projects on the ground. Worldchefs supports projects through an international network of chefs passionate about creating better food, better lives and better futures across the globe.

Aerial & Maritime to offer global air traffic management and ship tracking services by 2021 addressing a $1bn market

ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) has stated that space-based air traffic surveillance will be a cornerstone of the modernization of air traffic management. Currently, there is no way to monitor air traffic in large parts of the world, including the oceans, Africa and areas around the poles.  A&M will be using the flight-proven GomSpace nanosatellite technology. The system will enable a very price-competitive solution for global air traffic management surveillance, Global Aviation Distress Safety System (GADSS phase 1 and 2) as well as airline ADS-B tracking and maritime AIS vessel tracking. A&M will be a leader in the market to offer full surveillance (aviation) and tracking (maritime) at a much lower cost compared to traditional satellites. The satellite constellation will include interlink capability which, combined with a low latency ground infrastructure, will enable aircraft surveillance and ship tracking following stringent regulatory requirements for aviation. These features will be able to support air traffic management surveillance system requirements for air traffic control on a global scale. ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) has stated that space-based air traffic surveillance will be a cornerstone of the modernization of air traffic management. This will enable safe and cost-effective passenger flights whilst lowering carbon emissions at the same time. A&M will seek certification as a surveillance provider in accordance with civil aviation regulatory requirements in Europe.  As previously announced A&M will be launching 8 nanosatellites in Q1 2019 offering near real-time ADS-B and AIS data for aircraft and ship tracking in the equatorial region.  “It is a great opportunity for us to be able to offer global surveillance to customers in the aviation and maritime business by 2021. The intended upscale to a global constellation will position Aerial & Maritime as one of the dominant players in the market which will allow us to penetrate the market much more deeply. Our market pricing will reflect the low cost-base of GomSpace’s nanosatellite approach compared to much bigger and more expensive traditional satellites”, says Karsten Ingemann Pedersen, CEO of A&M. 

Notice of Annual General Meeting in InDex Pharmaceuticals Holding AB (publ)

Shareholders who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on May 18, 2018, and give notice of attendance to the company by e-mail to annika.lindmark@indexpharma.com or under address: InDex Pharmaceuticals Holding AB, Tomtebodavägen 23a, 171 77 Stockholm, no later than May 18, 2018. The full notice of the Annual General Meeting (in the Swedish language) is available on the company’s website, www.indexpharma.com. For more information:Peter Zerhouni, CEOPhone: +46 8 508 847 35E-mail: peter.zerhouni@indexpharma.com InDex Pharmaceuticals in briefInDex is a pharmaceutical development company focusing on immunological diseases where there is a high unmet medical need for new treatment options. The company’s foremost asset is the drug candidate cobitolimod, which is in late stage clinical development for the treatment of moderate to severe active ulcerative colitis - a debilitating, chronic inflammation of the large intestine. InDex has also developed a platform of patent protected discovery stage substances, so called DNA based ImmunoModulatory Sequences (DIMS), with the potential to be used in treatment of various immunological diseases. InDex is based in Stockholm, Sweden. The company’s shares are traded on Nasdaq First North Stockholm. Redeye AB is the company’s Certified Adviser. For more information, please visit www.indexpharma.com  PublicationThis information is information that InDex Pharmaceuticals Holding AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication through the agency of the contact person set out above at 11:30 CET on April 23, 2018.

Alfa Laval AB (publ) First quarter 2018

Comment from Tom Erixon, President and CEO ”Demand in important end markets strengthened in the first quarter compared to the fourth quarter 2017. Improved activity in upstream oil and gas, on shore, as well as in the off-shore sector contributed to both Energy and Marine reporting a somewhat better order intake than we had expected. Food & Water saw a continued positive development, with an added contribution from a large brewery order. Combined, order intake in the quarter came in at just above SEK 10 billion. The productivity development in the Group was strong in the quarter driven by an increased factory load while retaining the effects from the cost-savings program. In combination with a good mix in the first quarter compared to the fourth quarter 2017. Improved activity in upstream oil and gas, on shore, as well as in the off-shore sector contributed to both Energy and Marine reporting a somewhat better order intake than we had expected. Food & Water saw a continued positive development, with an added contribution from a large brewery order. Combined, order intake in the quarter came in at just above SEK 10 billion. The productivity development in the Group was strong in the quarter driven by an increased factory load while retaining the effects from the cost-savings program. In combination with a good mix compared to the previous quarter, the gross margin improved to just above 38 percent. We maintained the positive effects on the gross margin level down to the adjusted EBITA margin, which improved to 16.9 percent. As earlier announced, the capital expenditure level will be on a higher level in 2018-19 due to the ongoing manufacturing restructuring program. Due to the strong growth trend in order intake additional investment decisions will be made to ensure capacity and delivery performance in our supply chain. The capital expenditure for 2018 is therefore expected to increase somewhat, compared to the earlier forecast of SEK 1 billion.” Summary First three months Order intake increased by 16 percent* to SEK 10,025 (8,801) million. Net sales increased by 11 percent* to SEK 8,851 (8,126) million. Adjusted EBITA**: SEK 1,497 (1,279) million. Adjusted EBITA margin**: 16.9 (15.7) percent. Result after financial items: SEK 1,469 (1,268) million. Net income: SEK 1,049 (776) million.                                           Earnings per share: SEK 2.49 (1.84).  Cash flow from operating activities: SEK 666 (804) million. Impact on adjusted EBITA of foreign exchange effects: SEK 35 (75) million. Impact on result after financial items of comparison distortion items: SEK 67 (-) million. * Excluding currency effects. ** Alternative performance measures. Dividend The Board of Directors propose a dividend of SEK 4.25 (4.25) per share. Outlook for the second quarter “We expect that demand during the second quarter 2018 will be on the same level as in the first quarter.” Earlier published outlook (January 30, 2018): “We expect that demand during the first quarter 2018 will be somewhat lower than in the fourth quarter.” The interim report has not been subject to review by the company’s auditors. For more information Peter Torstensson,Senior Vice President,CommunicationsTel: +46 46 36 72 31Mobile:e +46 709 33 72 31peter.torstensson@alfalaval.com Gabriella Grotte,Investor RelationsTel: +46 46 36 74 82Mobil:e +46 709 78 74 82gabriella.grotte@alfalaval.com  Alfa Laval AB (publ)Box 73221 00 LundSwedenOrganization number: 556587-8054 This information is information that Alfa Laval AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out below, at CET 12.45 on April 23, 2018.

Ultra-low latency of 5G improves production of jet engine components

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology have teamed up to explore and develop industrial applications of 5G. The first use case for production of jet engine components for MTU Aero Engines is currently being evaluated and is presented this week (April 23-27) at the Hanover Fair in Germany. The components concerned, so-called blade integrated disks (blisk), are high-tech components where the disk and blades are produced as a single piece and serve the purpose of compressing the air inside jet engines. They are milled out of solid pieces of metal and have extremely high requirements towards accuracy and surface integrity. Thomas Dautl, Director of Manufacturing Technology, MTU Aero Engines, says: “A blade-integrated disk is a high-value component. The milling process takes 15-20 hours and the total lead time is around 3-4 months, including coating processes and quality checks. The new 5G-based production technology will help make our operations more efficient.” Applying 5G in the manufacturing industry has many important benefits in terms of costs, quality, and flexibility. The ultra-low latency and very high bandwidth make it possible to control machines in real-time, reducing manufacturing costs and improving quality of products. The 5G-enabled blisk case alone can save approximately EUR 27 million for one single factory, and up to EUR 360 million globally, according to the latest Ericsson Consumer and Industry Lab Business Value Report. From a sustainability perspective, CO2 emissions from both the production of blisk and their operation in jet engines can be reduced by some 16 million tons annually on a global basis. Moreover, the fact that 5G is a wireless technology also means machines can be equipped with sensors where fixed connections cannot be installed, and production lines can easily be adapted to new requirements – in a fraction of a second. The Blisk pilot shows the technical capabilities of 5G such as ultra-low latency of close to 1 millisecond, which is vital for in-process, time-critical applications. Ericsson’s 5G trial system operating on 3.5 GHz is connected to an acceleration sensor mounted directly on the blisk in the production machinery. The vibration spectrum is transmitted in real time via 5G to the evaluation system. The very low latency helps correlate the vibration to the tool’s position and enable prompt adjustment of the production process. Thomas Bergs, Managing Director at the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology, says: “Many of our partners are planning to implement 5G on their manufacturing sites and see a great potential in having this technology in place. It will help the companies to become more competitive and profitable.” Arun Bansal, Senior Vice President and Head of Market Area Europe and Latin America at Ericsson, says: “We are running 5G industry programs in Europe, North America and Asia. There is a strong demand from industries for 5G technology and together we can boost productivity and create new business opportunities. The Blisk project is a perfect example of what is possible in the industrial context with 5G in the future. Ultra-low latency of 5G makes this industrial use case feasible.” The Blisk 5G use case is Ericsson's first published tangible case study where the company takes a closer look at the business value of 5G-enabled production. Watch this testimonial video  to learn about the use case and business value for production of blade-integrated disks, and read about other industrial applications at the 5G for manufacturing  webpage. More information can also be found in the associated Consumer and Industry Lab Business Value  report and trial case  webpage. NOTES TO EDITORS For media kits, backgrounders and high-resolution photos, please visit www.ericsson.com/press FOLLOW US: www.twitter.com/ericssonwww.facebook.com/ericssonwww.linkedin.com/company/ericssonwww.youtube.com/ericsson Subscribe to Ericsson press releases here . MORE INFORMATION AT: News Center  media.relations@ericsson.com(+46 10 719 69 92) investor.relations@ericsson.com(+46 10 719 00 00) ABOUT ERICSSON Ericsson enables communications service providers to capture the full value of connectivity. The company’s portfolio spans Networks, Digital Services, Managed Services, and Emerging Business and is designed to help our customers go digital, increase efficiency and find new revenue streams. Ericsson’s investments in innovation have delivered the benefits of telephony and mobile broadband to billions of people around the world. The Ericsson stock is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and on Nasdaq New York. www.ericsson.com

Exel Composites expands into the American market through the acquisition of Diversified Structural Composites

Exel Composites Plc has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in Diversified Structural Composites, Inc. (“DSC”), a composites company based in the United States of America, from Teijin Carbon America, Inc. a subsidiary of Teijin, a global carbon fiber manufacturer. DSC has one manufacturing facility using mainly pultrusion technology located in Erlanger, Kentucky. DSC has a high level of technological know-how in pultrusion related technologies, which complements well Exel Composites’ existing expertise and growth strategy. DSC’s product portfolio consists of carbon fiber and glass fiber reinforced composites that are produced particularly for the wind energy industry. DSC has about 90 employees and for the fiscal year 2017, ended in March 2018, revenue amounted to USD 19 million and operating loss close to USD one million. Restructuring initiatives since 2015 have progressively improved DSC’s profitability and breakeven profitability is expected to be reached in 2019. “We are decisively continuing the implementation of Exel Composites’ growth strategy and the DSC acquisition is a significant step in creating a true global footprint. The American market is the second largest composites market globally in terms of value and growth, right after the Asian market. With a well-established position in Europe and a strengthened presence in Asia since the Nanjing Jianhui acquisition in 2017, the Americas was the missing pillar in our pursuit for true global presence,” says Riku Kytömäki, President and CEO of Exel Composites. “DSC is a very good strategic fit for Exel Composites. It is focused on the same high growth segments, particularly wind energy and transportation, and opens up new channels to local markets enabling deliveries from the region to the region. The combined product portfolios of Exel Composites and DSC will enhance our attractiveness and provide cross-selling opportunities to existing and new customers. We appreciate DSC’s technological advantages in several key areas. We see that the technological expertise together with other complementary strengths will improve our joint competitiveness and enable synergies, among other, via technology transfers and supply chain optimization for the ultimate benefit of our customers,” he continues. The acquisition of DSC will make Exel Composites the only pultrusion company with significant presence on all three major continents. This way Exel Composites aims to improve its global supply position to the markets. Rob Klawonn, President of Teijin Carbon America, comments the acquisition and says “As DSC now becomes part of the Exel Composites Group, Exel’s enhanced global footprint and Teijin’s growth plans as an automotive composites solution provider can lead into mutual cooperation. I look forward to exploring synergies between Exel and Teijin in various areas such as the transportation sectors.” The total estimated net debt free purchase price is approximately USD 10 million, out of which USD 6 million corresponds to DSC’s business and USD 4 million to working capital. The transaction is expected to be closed during May 2018. The acquisition will be financed with a new long term loan. Vantaa, 23 April 2018                    Exel Composites Plc Riku KytömäkiPresident and CEO

Handelsbanken sells its shares in UC

Handelsbanken is selling its shareholding in the credit information agency UC AB to Asiakastieto Group Plc, which is a listed credit information company in Finland. This is a consequence of Asiakastieto entering into an agreement with all owners to acquire UC for some SEK 3,5 billion [1].Handelsbanken owns 24.5 per cent of the shares in UC and, like other Swedish banks which are shareholders of UC, is a major supplier of credit information to UC.One of the results of the merger of Asiakastieto and UC is that the merged company will have a stronger market position in Sweden and Finland. Together they will form a leading Nordic company in the area of business and credit information with the opportunity of achieving cost-effective, shared market coverage throughout the Nordic countries. The new Group is listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki.This transaction also means that Handelsbanken will receive 2,161,178 shares in Asiakastieto, corresponding to some 9 per cent of the shares in the company and EUR 24.2 million in cash. Like the other owners, Handelsbanken will continue to have a special influence on the board of UC, in terms of processing of customer databases and customer data. This means that Handelsbanken will take responsibility for ensuring that credit information and customer data continue to be processed in a correct manner.The sale is expected to generate a tax-free capital gain of some SEK 825 million [1] for Handelsbanken, which is expected to be reported in the Bank’s financial results for the second quarter of 2018.The transaction means that the Bank’s common equity tier 1 ratio is estimated to increase by 0.1 percentage point.The acquisition of UC and the sale of the shares is conditional on approval from the relevant competition authorities.For further information, please contact:Lars Höglund, Head of Investor Relations, +46 8–701 51 70, +46 70–345 51 70Katarina Grönwall, Chief Communications Officer, +46 8 701 12053, +46 72–203 32 63Johan Wallqvist, Head of Group Media Relations, +46 8–701 80 47, +46 72–206 34 50 For more information about Handelsbanken, see: www.handelsbanken.com    ---------------------------------------------------------------------- [1] Based on current share prices and exchange rates

Nordea to divest its shares in UC AB

The Finnish credit information company Asiakastieto Group Plc (“Asiakastieto”) listed on NASDAQ Helsinki has entered into an agreement with all owners of UC AB (“UC”), including Nordea, to acquire UC at a price amounting to appr. 340 mn euro. Nordea owns 26.1 % of the shares in UC and will receive 2,303,315 shares in Asiakastieto, equivalent to 9.6 % of the shares in the company after completion of the transaction, and appr. 26 mn euro in cash. The transaction results in a capital gain amounting to appr. 86 mn euro for Nordea, expected to be recognised in the result in the second quarter of 2018, based on Asiakastieto’s share price as at 23 April 2018 of 27.30 euro. The transaction is subject to approval from the Board of Asiakastieto to, among other things, issue new shares (to be subscribed for by Nordea and the other sellers), relevant approval from competition authorities and certain other conditions. UC and Asiakastieto will together form one of the leading companies within business- and credit information in the Nordic region, focusing on digital services and data innovation. Both companies already have similar business models, share common Nordic values and have solid histories. The combination is expected to strengthen the market position, create better growth opportunities and enable quick deliveries of innovative and cost-efficient services to customers both on the local market as well on the overall Nordic market. For further information:Claes Eliasson, Co-Head of Group External Communications, +46 721 416 712 

Swedbank's interim report for the first quarter 2018

First quarter 2018 compared with fourth quarter 2017 · Increased lending volumes supported net interest income · Lower contribution from asset management and cards weighed on net commission income · Net gains and losses benefited from higher demand on interest rate hedging · Cost development in line with expectations · Good asset quality · Stronger capitalisation 1) The Q1 2018 results reflect the adoption of IFRS 9 Financial instruments and prior periods have not been restated. Refer to Note 1 for further information.2) 2017 results have been restated for changed presentation of commission income. Refer to Note 1 for further information.3) One-off income from sale of Hemnet of SEK 680m in first quarter 2017.4) Other income in the table above includes the items Net insurance, Share of profit or loss of associates, and Other income from the Group income statement. For more information:Gregori Karamouzis, Head of Investor Relations, Telephone +46 72 740 63 38Josefine Uppling, Press Officer, Telephone +46 76 114 54 21 This announcement involves the disclosure of inside informationSwedbank AB (publ) is required to disclose this information pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 on market abuse, the Swedish Securities Markets Act (2007:528), the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980) and the regulatory framework of Nasdaq Stockholm. This information was sent to be published on 24 April 2018 at 7.00 CET.

Volvo Group – the first quarter 2018

·  In Q1 2018 net sales increased by 16% to SEK 89.1 billion (76.9). Adjusted for currency movements and acquired and divested units sales increased by 19%. ·  Both adjusted and reported operating income amounted to SEK 8,297 M (6,834), corresponding to an operating margin of 9.3% (8.9). ·  Currency movements had a negative impact on operating income of SEK 730 M. ·  Operating cash flow in the Industrial Operations amounted to SEK 1.5 billion (1.5). ·  In April, Volvo Trucks premiered its new all-electric medium-duty truck, the Volvo FL Electric. Press and Analyst Conference. An on-line presentation of the report, followed by a question-and-answer session will be webcast starting at 09.00 CET. More information under Investors on www.volvogroup.com  Aktiebolaget Volvo (publ) 556012-5790   Contacts Investor Relations:Investor Relations, VHQ                           Christer Johansson +46 31 66 13 34SE-405 08 Göteborg, Sweden                    Anders Christensson +46 31 66 11 91Tel +46 31 66 00 00                              www.volvogroup.com This information is information that AB Volvo (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 7.20 CEST on April 24, 2018. For more information, please visit volvogroup.com/press   The Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines. The Group also provides complete solutions for financing and service. The Volvo Group, which employs almost 100,000 people, has production facilities in 18 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. In 2017 the Volvo Group’s sales amounted to about SEK 335 billion (EUR 35 billion). The Volvo Group is a publicly-held company headquartered in Göteborg, Sweden. Volvo shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

NetEnt’s Nominating Committee announces proposal for new Chairman of the Board

Ahead of the upcoming AGM, NetEnt’s current Chairman Vigo Carlund has decided to stand down as Chairman and member of the Board, for personal reasons. The Nominating Committee has today announced that it will propose that the AGM, to be held on April 25th, 2018 in Stockholm, elects Fredrik Erbing as new Chairman of the Board of Directors. Fredrik Erbing has been a member of the Board of NetEnt since 2008 and is a member of the Audit Committee. He is Vice President at Acando AB and has a Master of Engineering degree from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. NetEnt’s departing Chairman of the Board, Vigo Carlund, comments:”During my two board tenures I have been part of the Board of NetEnt for a total of 15 years, 11 of which as Chairman. Due to personal reasons not related to the Company, I have now decided to leave the Board. Fredrik Erbing has great knowledge about the sector and NetEnt, and he has played an important role for NetEnt’s development during his time at the Board. This makes him suitable as Chairman of the Board of NetEnt.” The Nominating Committee proposes that the rest of the Board be re-elected at the AGM and that the new Board shall consist of those seven directors.The Nominating Committee’s other proposals and the documents for the Annual General Meeting are available on NetEnt’s website at: www.netent.com/agm For additional information please contact:John Wattin, chairman of the Nominating Committee of NetEnt AB (publ)Phone: +46 708 99 61 00 Roland Glasfors, Investor Relations, NetEnt AB (publ)Phone +46 760 024 863roland.glasfors@netent.com This information is information that NetEnt AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:30 CET on April 24th, 2018. About NetEntNetEnt AB (publ) is a leading digital entertainment company, providing premium gaming solutions to the world’s most successful online casino operators. Since its inception in 1996, NetEnt has been a true pioneer in driving the market with thrilling games powered by a cutting-edge platform. NetEnt is committed to helping customers stay ahead of the competition, is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm (NET–B) and employs more than 1,000 people in Stockholm, Malta, Kiev, Krakow, Gothenburg, Gibraltar and New Jersey. www.netent.com

Interim report January–March 2018

Quote from Therese Hillman, Acting President and CEO”While NetEnt continues to focus on growth, measures were initiated in March to enable margin expansion going forward. Among other things, the Company is taking action to reduce costs. For the remainder of the year, we see conditions for better growth, supported primarily by regulated markets, more new games and new customers.” First quarter 2018 · Revenues for the first quarter amounted to SEK 430 (393) million · Operating profit (EBIT) amounted to SEK 134 (127) million, a margin of 31.2 (32.2)% · Severance pay for previous CEO of 6 SEK million included in operating profit. Adjusted for this cost, the operating profit was 140 (127) MSEK and the operating margin was 32.5 (32.2)% · Profit after tax of SEK 146 (115) million · Earnings per share of SEK 0.61 (0.48) before and after dilution Important events in the first quarter · 6 new customer agreements signed, and 8 new customers’ casinos launched · Games launched with Caliente in Mexico · Five new slot games released, including The Phantom’s Curse, Asgardian Stones and Hotline · Live Beyond Live launched with Mr Green · Digital marketing service (programmatic) contract signed with Mr Green · Therese Hillman appointed acting CEO, Per Eriksson left the Company Comments by Therese Hillman, Acting CEOTotal revenues for NetEnt in the first quarter increased by 9.3 percent (4.3 percent in euro) to SEK 430 million. Excluding a one-off severance pay for the previous CEO, operating profit increased by 10.4 percent to SEK 140 million, representing a margin of 32.5 (32.2) percent. Costs increased in the quarter, mainly due to more staff in Live Casino and higher depreciation, attributable to newly launched products and currency effects. The business continued to generate strong cash flows. Cash flow for the period amounted to SEK 158 (79) million. In March, we initiated measures to enable margin expansion going forward. Among other things, the Company is taking action to reduce costs.Growth in NetEnt’s royalty income was nine percent in the first quarter (four percent in euro) compared to the first quarter of last year. During the quarter, we signed six new customer agreements and launched eight new customers’ casinos. The share of revenues from locally regulated markets was 34 (31) percent in the quarter. We saw overall solid performance in locally regulated markets and a key contributor to growth was the Italian market. Regarding North America, we recently decided to apply for a license in Pennsylvania and intend to launch our games with British Columbia Lottery Corporation in British Columbia (Canada) in the third quarter.As we have communicated before, in 2017 we phased out deliveries to unlicensed operators in Australia, Poland and the Czech Republic. In the first quarter, the net negative effect from these markets was about two percentage points on royalty revenue growth in euro for the Company. The weakness in Norway continued and this also had a negative impact on revenues in the quarter.We released five new slot games in the quarter: Twin Spin Deluxe, Phantom’s Curse, Fruit Spin, Asgardian Stones and Hotline. For Live Casino, we launched the new concept called Live Beyond Live for Mr Green. For the full year 2018, we plan to release 21 new slot games – an increase from 14 new games in 2017 – and we look to roll out more customized solutions with exclusive tables in Live Casino. We also introduced some new functionality that strengthens our mobile Live offering.For the remainder of the year, we see conditions for better growth, supported primarily by regulated markets, more new games and new customers. We continue to work on optimizing the organization and to make sure that revenues grow more than costs. We plan to host a capital markets day on May 22 in Stockholm, where we will present our view on products, regulated markets and future growth opportunities for NetEnt. A separate invite with more details will be sent out shortly. We look forward to seeing you in May. Presentation of interim reportOn Tuesday, April 24, 2018, at 9.00 a.m. the interim report will be presented by acting CEO Therese Hillman live via webcast. The presentation can be followed in real-time on NetEnt’s website, the link to the webcast is: https://tv.streamfabriken.com/netent-q1-2018. For additional information please contact:Therese HillmanActing CEOPhone: +46 8 5785 4500therese.hillman@netent.com This information is information that NetEnt AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 7:30 CET on April 24, 2018. About NetEntNetEnt AB (publ) is a leading digital entertainment company, providing premium gaming solutions to the world’s most successful online casino operators. Since its inception in 1996, NetEnt has been a true pioneer in driving the market with thrilling games powered by a cutting-edge platform. NetEnt is committed to helping customers stay ahead of the competition, is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (NET–B) and employs more than 1,000 people in Malta, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Gibraltar, Kiev, Krakow and New Jersey. For more information, please visit www.netent.com.

Ahlstrom-Munksjö to acquire the Caieiras specialty paper mill in Brazil

AHLSTROM-MUNKSJÖ OYJ STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE, April 24, 2018 at 8:30 CEST (09:30 EEST) Ahlstrom-Munksjö has entered into an agreement to acquire MD Papéis’ Caieiras specialty paper mill in Brazil of the Formitex Group, an industrial conglomerate active in the paper, chemicals and panel board industries. The annual net sales of the business to be acquired are approximately EUR 80 million and comparable EBITDA approximately EUR 13 million in 2017. The debt free purchase price is approximately EUR 100 million. Annual synergy benefits of up to EUR 6 million are estimated, mainly arising from optimization of overlapping business. Banco Citibank S.A. has agreed and committed to provide financing for the acquisition. The transaction is expected to be completed during the third quarter of 2018 and is subject to customary completion terms, including merger clearance from the relevant competition authorities. The Caieiras product offering is an excellent match for Ahlstrom-Munksjö with 80% of sales being in line with Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s current product and solution portfolio. The acquisition significantly strengthens Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s offering and production platform in the region, and provides attractive growth opportunities, synergies and further production optimization opportunities for the longer term. The Caieiras mill is located in the vicinity of Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s existing production plants in Jacarei, part of the Industrial Solutions business area, and in Louveira, part of the Filtration and Performance business area. The mill gives access to local production of decor paper, thus strengthening Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s service offering and partnership with existing customers, which so far has relied on imports. Ahlstrom-Munksjö becomes a global leading producer in decor paper, and the mill is a competitive platform for further growth in South America. Ahlstrom-Munksjö is already a global leading supplier in tape, serving both local and global customers, and this position is further strengthened through the transaction. And in addition by combining the businesses of Caieiras and Jacarei Ahlstrom-Munksjö improves production and delivery capability as well as competitiveness. Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s presence in Brazil grows further through the acquisition, operating three plants, all near Sao Paolo, and employing over 700 persons and revenues of approximately of EUR 200 million. “The Caieiras business is an excellent addition to our global platform, and drives our ambition to maintain a leading position in selected niches of the global fiber-based solutions market that offers growth. We have plentiful of opportunities to grow in our existing business segments, proceed with new product development and consider growth in adjacent segments”, says Hans Sohlström, President and CEO of Ahlstrom-Munksjö Oyj “Further expanding our platform in Brazil will allow us to serve our specialty paper customers with an even stronger offering and efficiency”, says Daniele Borlatto, EVP of Industrial Solutions Business Area. “This acquisition strengthens our position as a global leader in Decor papers” says Tomas Wulkan, EVP of the Decor Business Area. “Formitex Group regards the divestment from the specialty paper business as an opportunity for the group to consolidate its strategic interest in strengthening its chemicals core businesses. Ahlstrom-Munksjö is a great fit as a new parent to the Caieiras Mill, a strategic owner that can expand the mill’s technology base - further accelerating its growth potential and strengthening sales internationally”, Formitex says in a statement. For further information, please contact:

Stefan Romedahl – new President Business Area Mines

Stefan has a Masters degree in Mine Engineering from Luleå University of Technology, and has extensive experience of the mining industry. He is currently Director of Division North at LKAB and his experience also includes working as the CEO of Zinkgruvan and Project Director at SKB (the Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company). Stefan has also previously worked for Boliden in positions such as Mine Manager at Aitik and General Manager at Tara in Ireland. “We’re delighted to bring Stefan back on board at Boliden. His extensive experience and expertise when it comes to both the industry as a whole and Boliden’s operations in particular will generate excellent preconditions for the ongoing development of the units in a way that improves our long-term competitiveness,” says Mikael Staffas, Boliden’s President & CEO-elect. Business Area Mines comprises the full value chain from exploration, via production, to reclamation. The units that currently make up the Business Area are Aitik, the Boliden Area and Garpenberg in Sweden, Kevitsa and Kylylahti in Finland, and Tara in Ireland. Pia Lindström will serve as acting President Business Area Mines between 1 June 2018 and until Stefan Romedahl takes up his position.For further information, please contact: Klas Nilsson, Director Group Communications, tel: +46 70 453 65 88 Boliden is a metals company with a commitment to sustainable development. Our roots are Nordic, but our business is global. The company’s core competence is within the fields of exploration, mining, smelting and metals recycling. Boliden has a total of approximately 5,700 employees and a turnover of SEK 50 billion. Its shares is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, segment Large Cap. www.boliden.com

Addition to Exel Composites’ stock exchange release published on 23 April 2018 at 16:25 EET concerning the acquisition of DSC

Referring to Exel Composites’ stock exchange release published on 23 April at 16:25 EET concerning the acquisition of Diversified Structural Composites, Inc. (“DSC”), Exel Composites publishes additional information about DSC’s prior profit development and financial position. The figures are based on financial statements for the fiscal years 2016 and 2017 that have been prepared in accordance to US GAAP accounting standards. The financial statements are not separately audited, however, they have been reviewed by the auditor as part of the group audit. INCOME STATEMENT USD thousand 1.4.2017-31.3.2018 1.4.2016-31.3.2017Revenue 19,181 11,790Materials and services -10,161 -5,777Employee benefit expenses -6,083 -4,752Depreciations -41 -491Other operating expenses 1) -3,549 -4,899Other operating income 18 0Operating profit -635 -4,129Net financial items 2) -375 -184Profit before tax -1,011 -4,313Income taxes 0 0Profit/loss for the period -1,011 -4,313 1) Other operating expenses include in the fiscal year ending in March 2017 totally USD 2,001 thousand one-off type impairment losses.2) Net financial items include interest expenses USD 375 thousand (USD 184 thousand in 2017) from parent company loans not to be transferred to Exel. BALANCE SHEET USD thousand 1.4.2017-31.3.2018 1.4.2016-31.3.2017ASSETSNon-current assetsTangible assets 533 0Other non-current 22 0assetsNon-current assets 555 0total Current assetsInventories 3,685 1,859Trade and other 4,198 1,837receivablesCash at bank and in 15 0handTotal current assets 7,898 3,696Total assets 8,454 3,696 EQUITY ANDLIABILITIESShareholders´ equityShare capital 0 0Invested unrestricted 15,261 15,261equity fundRetained earnings -24,479 -20,166Profit for the period -1,011 -4,313Total equity -10,228 -9,217 Non-currentliabilitiesInterest-bearing 0 0liabilitiesInterest-free 0 0liabilitiesTotal non-current 0 0liabilities Current liabilitiesInterest-bearing 0 0liabilitiesTrade and other non 18,682 12,914-current liabilities1)Total liabilities 18,682 12,914Total equity and 8,454 3,696liabilities 1) Other non-current liabilities include USD 14,113 thousand (USD 11,224 thousand in 2017) of liabilities (mainly loan payables to the current owner of Diversified Structural Composites), which are not to be transferred to Exel. Vantaa, 24 April 2018 Exel Composites Plc

Exploring IoT Strategies: telecom service providers pursue multiple paths to IoT revenue

A new Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) study, Exploring IoT Strategies , provides unique insights on Internet of Things (IoT) value chain positioning from 20 leading telecom service providers globally as they engage with, and position themselves in, the IoT market. The study identifies an IoT positioning framework, which captures service providers’ roles, and sub-roles, in the IoT value chain. The study also provides commercial insights, key capabilities required and case studies for each role. While revenue growth is the unanimous key driver for telecom service providers entering the IoT market, the report reveals that multiple paths are being pursued to achieve that revenue growth, with 70 percent of the interviewees having no well-defined strategy. In addition, the interviewed service providers believe cellular IoT and new 5G technologies will be a game changer in IoT. The four service provider role categories identified by the study are: Network Provider, Connectivity Provider, Service Enabler and Service Creator. While the network provider and connectivity provider roles are seen by the interviewees as foundational roles, driving most of their IoT revenues, 80 percent of study participants also plan to create value beyond connectivity. Service providers see that additional value can be created either by providing differentiating services through sub-roles within the four roles, or by progressively offering end-to-end solutions as service enablers or service creators. Jeff Travers, Head of IoT, Ericsson, says: “The report confirms the importance of IoT to the current and future business of leading service providers, no matter where they operate in the world. Regarding IoT as a new type of business, service providers are investing in new technologies and establishing new business models for revenue sharing and increased use of indirect channels. They are also creating new delivery models for as-a-service and online services and driving innovation with partners and customers.” Related reports: The Guide to Capturing the 5G-IoT Business Potential  (gated) is a comprehensive guide for telecom service providers on how to start their IoT business today and grow with 5G. It is derived from insights gained from an analysis of over 200 5G use cases. The 5G Business Potential Report  The second edition of this report analyzes the 5G business opportunity for telecom service providers that comes from industrial digitalization. NOTES TO EDITORS For media kits, backgrounders and high-resolution photos, please visit www.ericsson.com/press FOLLOW US: www.twitter.com/ericssonwww.facebook.com/ericssonwww.linkedin.com/company/ericssonwww.youtube.com/ericsson Subscribe to Ericsson press releases here . MORE INFORMATION AT: News Center  media.relations@ericsson.com(+46 10 719 69 92) investor.relations@ericsson.com(+46 10 719 00 00) Exploring IoT Strategies report image Exploring IoT Strategies report image Exploring IoT Strategies report image Exploring IoT Strategies report image Exploring IoT Strategies report image Ericsson is a world leader in communications technology and services with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. Our organization consists of more than 111,000 experts who provide customers in 180 countries with innovative solutions and services. Together we are building a more connected future where anyone and any industry is empowered to reach their full potential. Net sales in 2016 were SEK 222.6 billion (USD 24.5 billion). The Ericsson stock is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and on NASDAQ in New York. Read more on www.ericsson.com.

Citycon to acquire NCC’s share of Mölndal Galleria

NCC and Citycon have a joint-owned project company for the development and leasing of Mölndal Galleria. NCC and Citycon each hold 50 percent of the project company. As previously communicated, Citycon will acquire NCC’s share when the galleria has been completed and the contractual conditions have been fulfilled. The parties have now agreed on the more detailed terms and conditions and it is now clear that Citycon will acquire NCC’s 50-percent share of the project company later this year. The purchase consideration for NCC’s 50-percent shareholding is based on a property value corresponding to SEK 584 million. Mölndal Galleria will comprise approximately 70 stores accounting for approximately 24,000 square meters of leasable floor space and with parking available directly adjacent to the mall. The tenants include H & M, Lindex, ICA and Systembolaget (Swedish Alcohol Retailing Monopoly). At present, approximately 85 percent of the leasable floor space has been leased. NCC will not provide any rental guarantees for vacant premises when the sale to Citycon is finalized. Mölndal Galleria is scheduled to be opened in September this year. Citycon will take possession of NCC’s share of the project company in connection with the grand opening of the Galleria. The sale of the holding will have a positive impact on earnings in the NCC Property Development business area in the third quarter of 2018. As the buyer participated as co-owner and co-financier from the start of the project, NCC's development margin is lower than in other trading projects where NCC takes full development risk. NCC’s objective is to minimize the environmental impact and add value for customers and society. Mölndal Galleria is certified under BREEAM, the world’s foremost environmental certification system.

Strong growth and increased earnings across all business areas

Today’s report by Nolato for the first quarter of 2018 shows continued very strong performance. · Sales increased to SEK 2,039 million (1,370) · Operating profit (EBITA) rose to SEK 264 million (146) incl. non‐recurring items of SEK 20 million (0) · The EBITA margin amounted to 12.9% (10.7), or 12.0% (10.7) excluding non‐recurring items · Profit after tax was SEK 206 million (108) · Basic earnings per share increased to SEK 7.83 (4.11) · Cash flow after investments was SEK 187 million (3) · Sustained strong financial position Adjusted for currency, Group sales growth for the quarter was an exceptionally strong 55%. Medical Solutions sales rose to SEK 532 million (487), which, adjusted for currency, is a strong increase of 10%. Operating profit (EBITA) was SEK 69 million (65), with an EBITA margin of 13.0% (13.3). “Volumes have mainly increased within Medical Devices, with new customer projects making a positive contribution,” noted Nolato President and CEO Christer Wahlquist. “Strong growth has meant that, as per previously communicated decisions, we are expanding production capacity in Hungary, Sweden and Switzerland. These expansions are proceeding according to plan and are expected to be completed by around year‐end.” Integrated Solutions sales rose to SEK 939 million (399); adjusted for currency, the increase was an exceptionally strong 157%. Operating profit (EBITA) rose to SEK 120 million (38) and the EBITA margin to a very strong 12.8% (9.5). “Very high volumes continued to be supplied for the vaporiser heating products (VHP) product area,” commented Christer Wahlquist. “These high volumes are expected to continue in the second quarter.” Industrial Solutions sales increased to SEK 568 million (488); adjusted for currency, sales grew by a strong 16%. Operating profit (EBITA) increased to SEK 57 million (48), while the EBITA margin was 10.0% (9.8). “Volumes have developed well across almost all product areas, particularly automotive and hygiene,” noted Christer Wahlquist. “Advanced market positions and a sustained high level of invoicing for development work and production equipment for forthcoming production contributed to the strong growth.” Nolato’s financial position remains strong. Cash flow, including non‐recurring items, increased to SEK 187 million (3). The equity/assets ratio was 47% (49) and net financial assets amounted to SEK 40 million (net liabilities of SEK –410 million). ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐For further information, please contact:Christer Wahlquist, President and CEO, +46 (0)705 804848Per‐Ola Holmström, CFO, +46 (0)705 763340 Nolato is a Swedish group with operations in Europe, Asia and North America. We develop and manufacture products in polymer materials such as plastic, silicone and TPE for leading customers within medical technology, pharmaceuticals, consumer electronics, telecom, automotive, hygiene and other selected industrial sectors. Nolato’s shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm in the Mid Cap segment, where they are included in the Industrials sector. This information is information that Nolato AB is obliged to publish pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. This information is submitted through the agency of the above contact persons for publication on 24 April 2018 at 2.30 pm CET. www.nolato.com

Communication from the Dignitana AB Annual General Meeting 2018

Lund, Sweden – 24 April 2018 – Dignitana AB , has today held an annual general meeting at the company's premises in Lund. In all the proposed cases, the AGM resolved in accordance with the Board's proposal. Below is a summary of the decisions taken.  The AGM resolved to adopt the income statement and balance sheet included in the annual report. The meeting resolved to allocate the profit for the year in accordance with the board of directors’ proposal, entailing the profit for the year to be carried forward. The meeting resolved to adopt the income statement and balance sheet included in the annual report. The meeting resolved to allocate the profit for the year in accordance with the board of directors’ proposal, entailing the profit for the year to be carried forward. The meeting resolved to discharge the board members and managing director from liability for their management of the company’s affairs during the preceding financial year. It was resolved that the board fee shall be paid at 100 000 SEK to Ingrid Atteryd Heiman and Mikael Wahlgren and that no board fee shall be paid to William Cronin and Thomas Kelly for the assignment in Dignitana AB. William Cronin, Thomas Kelly, Mikael Wahlgren and Ingrid Atteryd Heiman are re-elected for the period until the next annual general meeting. Current audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is re-elected. The meeting authorized the board of directors to be able to decide, during the period up to the next annual general meeting, to issue shares with or without deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights according to proposal from the board, Appendix 2.  The meeting decided on an incentive program, including a directed issue of synthetic options to employees in the group according to proposal from the board, Appendix 3 This information is information that Dignitana AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, by the above contact, for publication at 1758 (CET), 24 April 2018

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY-MARCH 2018

Acquisition takes Enea to new levels First quarter 2018 ·  Revenue in the first quarter was SEK 170.3 (142.7) million, equivalent to a 19 percent increase. ·  Operating profit excluding non-recurring costs for the first quarter increased to SEK 35.1 (27.4) million, corresponding to an operating margin excluding non-recurring costs of 20.6 (19.2) percent. ·  Operating profit for the first quarter increased to SEK 27.0 (25.2) million, equivalent to an operating margin of 15.9 (17.7) percent. ·  Earnings per share decreased to SEK 0.94 (1.27) for the first quarter. ·  Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 8.0 (30.4) million for the quarter. ·  Cash and cash equivalents and financial investments amounted to SEK 140.6 (285.1) million at the end of the quarter. ·  Enea acquired the US based company Openwave Mobility in the quarter. The acquisition was partly financed by Enea issuing a SEK 500 million bond. ·  Given its view of acquisition candidates and future prospects for the coming years, the Board will not be proposing any dividend for 2017. January to March 2018 (first quarter previous year in brackets) ·  Revenue, SEK 170.3 (142.7) million ·  Revenue growth, 19 (17) % ·  Revenue growth, currency adjusted, 21 (16) % ·  Operating profit excluding non-recurring costs, SEK 35.1 (27.4) million ·  Operating profit, SEK 27.0 (25.2) million ·  Operating margin excluding non-recurring costs, 20.6 (19.2) % ·  Operating margin, 15.9 (17.7) % ·  Net profit after tax, SEK 18.2 (21.1) million ·  Earnings per share, SEK 0.94 (1.27) ·  Cash flow from operating activities, SEK 8.0 (30.4) million ·  Cash and cash equivalents and financial investments, SEK 140.6 (285.1) million Anders Lidbeck, President and CEO comments: Enea growing stronger The past quarter was not only one of our best ever, but also a milestone in Enea’s history, with the acquisition of Openwave Mobility. We completed this acquisition in March, which also meant that we consolidated its earnings from that month, and we can already see the first positive effects of the acquisition. We grew revenue by 19 percent in the quarter, year over year, and our profit excluding non-recurring costs was up by as much as 28 percent. Non-recurring costs for the quarter include SEK 8 million of transaction expenses, but even including them, operating profit was up by 7 percent year over year, which is very satisfactory. Accelerating transformation The acquisition of Openwave Mobility grows the product group we designate as Network Solutions, making it our largest product area. It represents a total of 39 percent of revenue in the quarter, and accordingly, our highest-growth product area is also our largest. Our dependency on single Key Accounts also reduces through the acquisition, currently comprising 35 percent of revenue. Overall, these are two key strategic changes in our current transformation process. Other business segments also progressed well in the quarter, and I would like to highlight our Global Services business achieving double-digit year-over-year growth, which is a clear improvement on the corresponding period of the previous year. The first quarter of the year is always eventful, and included our participation at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which throws a spotlight on our industry. Enea participated as previously, with a larger presence than ever before. We demoed our complete uCPE solution (universal Customer Premises Equipment), which is based on Enea’s NFV access platform. We showcased everything from DPI-based probe solutions to traffic classification as a tool for dynamic service function chaining, and presented Enea’s accelerated Linux solutions, focusing on real-time characteristics and performance. We also announced the acquisition of Openwave Mobility at Mobile World Congress, offering us a unique opportunity to follow up with affected customers and partners on-site. Looking back at this year’s events in Barcelona, we held a large number of meetings with existing and potential customers and partners. A strategic acquisition The second part of the first quarter was an intensive phase, when we during two hectic months secured financing, signed the acquisition agreement, and then quickly completed the acquisition of Openwave Mobility. In the short perspective, we will see positive effects on revenue and earnings in 2018, as was already apparent in the first quarter. What we see now are results of a long term effort and part of Enea’s evolution and transformation. Our discussions with Openwave Mobility and its former owners, and our work on securing our financing, started a year ago. This is a major acquisition for us, which takes us in a direction consistent with the strategy we have set. I previously communicated our ambition to move higher up the software stack, migrating higher up the value chain, and getting closer to end-users—the operators that use Enea’s software in their networks. This strategic objective is intended to expand our current market position and to create potential for growth going forward. Historically, we held a stable but confined market position in embedded operating systems primarily in the telecom domain—a position we intend to retain and defend going forward. Meanwhile, we know that this is a segment that is levelling off, and as a company, our ambition is to grow significantly faster than the market segment where we have historically been present in, which requires us to expand into new segments. In a situation where operating systems and other low-level software is encountering a growing presence of open source, it will be easier for us to find growth with good margins higher up the software stack. The acquisition of Openwave helps us accelerate the transformation process. We are acquiring a business that directly addresses our traditional end-users, and we evolve from delivering software as a component to now also delivering complete applications and solutions. Expanding into the traffic management segment is a natural evolutionary step beyond the positioning within traffic classification that we have previously secured through the acquisition of Qosmos—and simultaneously, fully in line with our current focus on NFV and virtualized network solutions. We remain true to our traditional market and end-users, and in parallel we build upon the portfolio and skills we already possess. We are simultaneously adding new segments in those areas where we see good growth opportunities and future software business with high profit margins. Future prospects In 2017, we grew revenue by 17 percent year over year. In parallel, the revenue from our largest account decreased almost 10 percent, and we expect this trend to continue and to increase or decrease depending on the customers success. As I stated previously, this negative trend is mainly a result of more widespread usage of open source, and in other words, we need to outgrow this reduction to keep growing Enea overall. A ruling was announced in the first quarter regarding the dispute that has been ongoing for several years. The ruling will now be implemented, but like the still remaining dispute around a unilateral price reduction implemented by the customer, the implementation will also involve some continued uncertainty. This is nothing new in any sense, and as we have previously communicated, we are hoping to resolve parts of it during the year. We will be tirelessly continuing our efforts to build a larger and stronger company, delivering increasing value for customers, employees and shareholders. The transformation we are undergoing is positive for Enea, with less dependence on a single major product and a few Key Accounts. Acquisitions that strengthen our market positioning and long-term earnings capacity are an important part of this process, and despite our expectation of lower revenues from Key Accounts, our objective is to keep growing the company with good profitability and healthy cash flows. Our objective for the full year 2018 is to achieve revenue growth, and improve operating profit compared to 2017. Press and analyst meetingPress and financial analysts are invited to a press and analyst meeting where Anders Lidbeck, President and CEO, will present and comment on the report.Time: Wednesday April 25 at 08:30 am CESTLink: http://www.financialhearings.com/event/10479  Telephonenumber: SE: +46856642662 UK: +442030089802 The full report is published at www.enea.com This information is information that Enea AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set below, on April 25, 2018 at 7.20 CEST. For more information visit www.enea.com or contact: Anders Lidbeck, President & CEO E-mail: anders.lidbeck@enea.com Julia Steffensen, Executive Assistant   Phone: +46 70 971 03 33 E-mail: julia.steffensen@enea.com  About Enea Enea develops the software foundation for the connected society. We supply NFVI software platforms, embedded DPI, real-time operating systems, video traffic management, cloud data management, and professional services. Solution vendors, Systems Integrators, and Service Providers use Enea to create new networking products and services faster, better and at a lower cost. More than 3 billion people around the globe already rely on Enea technologies in their daily lives. Enea is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more information: www.enea.com Enea®, Enea OSE®, Netbricks®, Polyhedra®, Enea® Element, Qosmos® and Qosmos ixEngine® are registered trademarks of Enea AB and its subsidiaries. Enea OSE®ck, Polyhedra® Lite, Enea® ElementCenter, Enea® On-device Management, Enea® NFV Core, and Enea® NFV Access are unregistered trademarks of Enea AB or its subsidiaries. Any other company, product or service names mentioned above are the registered or unregistered trademarks of their respective owner. All rights reserved. © Enea AB 2018. 

Kindred Group plc - Interim report January – March 2018 (unaudited)

“Gross Winnings Revenue up 23 per cent pure organically and all-time high in active customers” "After an exceptional sportsbook margin in the fourth quarter last year, the margin has normalised in the first quarter of 2018 at 8.2 per cent after free bets. Gross winnings revenue grew by 36 per cent as reported and by 23 per cent organically and in constant currencies, compared to the same period last year.” ”In the first quarter, Gross winnings revenue from mobile grew by 34 per cent compared to the first quarter last year and amounted to 72 per cent of our total Gross winnings revenue. Of the Group’s Gross winnings revenue 42 per cent came from locally regulated markets.” “Our underlying EBITDA grew by 57 per cent compared to the same period last year (+46 per cent organic and in constant currencies).” "In Europe, the development of local licensing systems has continued and in Sweden the parliament will vote for a new modern licensing system on 7 June 2018. Outside Europe, during the year we are investigating if and how we can launch any of our brands in the USA." “In the period up to 22 April 2018, average daily Gross winnings revenue in GBP was 52 per cent higher compared to the same period in 2017. Adjusting for the acquisition of 32Red and the impact of exchange rate changes, the growth was 40 per cent,” says Henrik Tjärnström, CEO of Kindred Group. Today, Wednesday 25 April 2018, Kindred Group’s CEO Henrik Tjärnström will host a presentation in English at FinancialHearings, Tändstickspalatset, Västra Trädgårdsgatan 15, in Stockholm at 9.00 CEST. Please go to financialhearings.com to sign in. The presentation is also webcast live on www.kindredgroup.com. For those who would like to participate in the telephone conference in connection with the presentation, the telephone numbers are UK: +44 20 3008 9811 or USA: +1 855 753 2235.   The Kindred Group companies hold local gambling licences in UK, France, Belgium, Denmark, Germany (Schleswig-Holstein), Italy, Australia, Ireland, Romania and Estonia. The Kindred Group also holds international gambling licences in Malta and Gibraltar. The Kindred Group pays betting duties in all markets in accordance with applicable local laws. The information in this report is such that Kindred Group plc is required to disclose under the EU Directive of Market Abuse Regulation.

Atlas Copco first-quarter report 2018

The figures presented in this report refer to continuing operations unless otherwise stated, i.e. Epiroc is reported as discontinued operations. All figures are presented in accordance with IFRS 15 (Revenue from contracts with customers), meaning that figures for 2017 differ from what has earlier been reported. ·  Orders received increased 6% to MSEK 24 829 (23 325), organic growth of 9% ·  Revenues increased to MSEK 21 906 (20 578), organic growth of 9% ·  Adjusted operating profit, excluding items affecting comparability, was MSEK 4 779 (4 412), corresponding to a margin of 21.8% (21.4) ·  Reported operating profit increased 13% to 4 833 (4 290), corresponding to a margin of 22.1% (20.8) ·  Profit before tax amounted to MSEK 4 513 (4 058) ·  Profit for the period was MSEK 3 340 (2 896) ·  Within discontinued operations, Epiroc recorded orders received of MSEK 10 036 (8 520), up 21% organically, revenues of MSEK 8 233 (7 411), up 14% organically. See page 14 ·  Operating cash flow including discontinued operation was MSEK 2 724 (3 510) ·  Basic earnings per share including discontinued operations were SEK 3.64 (3.29) ·  The Annual General Meeting 2018 approved the proposal to split the Group Near-term demand outlookThe overall demand for the Group is expected to remain at current high level.Previous near-term demand outlook (published January 26, 2018).The overall demand for the Group is expected to remain at current high level. 

Lahcene Merzoug appointed President of Cherry subsidiary ComeOn

The Board of Directors of gaming operator ComeOn Malta Ltd, a subsidiary of Cherry AB (publ) – STO: CHER-B.ST, has appointed Lahcene Merzoug as Managing Director. By mid-July 2018, at the latest, Lahcene will succeed Tomas Johansson, who has been the acting Managing Director since October 2017. Lahcene Merzoug joins the company from Mr Green, where he was Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Before that, he worked at Evoke Gaming Ltd, now a part of Mr Green, where he was CMO and Chief Business Development Officer. Lahcene has an extensive background as an entrepreneur and solid experience from the iGaming industry. “ComeOn is a leading player with a number of well-known brands that inspire our industry, and I am honoured to take over as Managing Director after Tomas Johansson,” says Lahcene Merzoug. “I look forward to continuing to develop the operations to give the company a clear market-leading position and to strengthen our position as the first choice for customers and employees.” “I’m pleased with what we have achieved within ComeOn in a short period of time, and it’s very gratifying to see ComeOn return as a nimble player, focused on growth with good profitability. Since October, we have worked hard within ComeOn to identify and remedy a number of different areas, allowing us to regain our position as a leading player in the industry. The joint effort allowed ComeOn to report good growth and improved earnings already in the first quarter, as Cherry reported in the preliminary financial accounts communicated on 13 April 2018,” says Tomas Johansson, acting Managing Director of ComeOn. “Together with the rest of ComeOn’s company management, Tomas has done a fantastic job of quickly reversing the trend within ComeOn, and the company now has more profitable and sustainable operations,” commented Anders Holmgren, Chairman of ComeOn. “Lahcene is the right person to take the company forward. His experience of building growth in organizations and his well-documented marketing skills will give us a smooth transition and take ComeOn several steps ahead,” Anders Holmgren continues. As an adviser within the Cherry Group, Tomas Johansson will, in part, assist Lahcene and others in ComeOn’s management team during a transitional period and, in part, he will help strengthen and broaden Cherry’s market position in gaming, media and entertainment. For further information, please contact: Anders Holmgren, CEO: +46 708 607 534, anders.holmgren@cherry.seAnders Antonsson, IR & Communications: +46 709 994 970, anders.antonsson@cherry.se This information is information that Cherry AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above on 25 April 2018, at 10:30 a.m. CET. CHERRY IN BRIEF Cherry is a Swedish innovating and fast-growing company with operations in gaming, entertainment and media. The company was established in 1963 and today operates through five diversified business areas: Online Gaming, Game Development, Online Marketing, Gaming Technology, and Restaurant Casino. The objective is to grow organically in combination with strategic acquisitions of fast-growing companies. Cherry employs some 1,400 people and has about 6,700 shareholders. The company’s class B share is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange, Mid Cap segment. More information is available at www.cherry.se.

Catena Media acquires gg.co.uk. A well-positioned UK horse racing site

GG.co.uk is a strong and well-respected horse racing brand, with excellent SEO rankings, a wide product offering and content. It enjoys far-reaching recognition in the UK and further enhances Catena Media’s other UK-based assets, such as BettingPro.com. The acquired asset currently generates quarterly sales of about GBP 150.000 per quarter.  ”Catena Media has a strong strategy for growth and an outspoken ambition to break into new online services. It is our firm belief that this small yet strategic and very well-known site enjoys vast opportunities for growth. Catena Media will be the partner that delivers on these opportunities,” says Henrik Persson Ekdahl, CEO of Catena Media. The initial purchase price, payable in conjunction with the transfer of the assets, amounts to an upfront, cash-only payment of GBP 2 million. The assets will be consolidated into Catena Media by June 2018.   For further information, please contact:   Henrik Persson Ekdahl, Acting CEO, Catena Media plcPhone: +46 706 914343, E-mail: henrik.persson@catenamedia.com Åsa Hillsten, Head of IR & Communications, Catena Media plcPhone: +46 700 818117, E-mail: asa.hillsten@catenamedia.com  The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above on 25 April 2018 at 12:30 CET. About Catena Media Catena Media plc is an online performance marketing company that has established a leading position through strong organic growth and acquisitions.  The business was started in 2012 and the group has approximately 282 employees in the US, Australia, Japan, Serbia, UK, Sweden and Malta, where the Head Office is situated. In 2017, revenues reached approximately EUR 67,6 million. The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm Mid Cap. Further information is available at www.catenamedia.com 

Mack Trucks plans to have a fully electric refuse vehicle in 2019

Mack believes that at this stage of electromobility technology and infrastructure development, a fully electric vehicle will deliver the most value within a closed loop application, in which the truck returns home every night, such as refuse. Benefits of fully electric trucks include zero emissions, significantly reduced noise and environmental sustainability. The ability to operate quietly at night is particularly attractive to refuse customers in urban areas. “It’s clear that electromobility will be a part of the trucking industry’s future, and Mack is well-positioned to offer integrated, fully electric solutions for the North American market,” said Jonathan Randall, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Mack Trucks North America. “DSNY is one of Mack’s largest customers, and the department is known for its progressive sustainability efforts. We look forward to working with them as we test the first fully electric LR model in a real-world application.” “The New York City DSNY looks forward to extending our long-standing partnership with Mack Trucks through the testing of the electric LR,” said Rocky DiRico, New York City DSNY deputy commissioner. “Sustainability is extremely important to the DSNY, and we consistently test new technology to help New York City reach its goal of 80 percent reduced emissions by 2050.” Mack made the announcement during WasteExpo at the Las Vegas Convention Center April 24-26. Dedicated to durability, reliability and meeting the needs of customers, Mack Trucks has provided purpose-built transportation solutions for more than a century. Today, Mack is one of North America's largest producers of heavy-duty trucks, and Mack trucks are sold and serviced through an extensive distribution network in more than 45 countries. Mack trucks, diesel engines and transmissions sold in North America are assembled in the United States. More information about Mack . More information about Volvo Group and electromobility . 25 April, 2018 Journalists who would like further information, please contact: Kimberly Pupillo, Director Public Relations Mack Trucks INC. Phone: +1 336-661787 kimberly.pupillo@macktrucks.com  For more information, please visit volvogroup.com/press   The Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines. The Group also provides complete solutions for financing and service. The Volvo Group, which employs almost 100,000 people, has production facilities in 18 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. In 2017 the Volvo Group’s sales amounted to about SEK 335 billion (EUR 35 billion). The Volvo Group is a publicly-held company headquartered in Göteborg, Sweden. Volvo shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

Sobi™ publishes the report for the first quarter 2018

Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB (publ)  (Sobi™) today announces the results for the first quarter 2018. Total revenues grew 41 per cent compared to Q1 2017 and amounted to SEK 1,964 M. EBITA was SEK 771 M, an increase of 90 per cent and gross margin amounted to 72 per cent (74). 2018 off to a strong start · Total revenues of SEK 1,964 M (1,396) · 41 per cent sales growth in the quarter compared to Q1 2017(43 per cent at constant exchange rates, CER) · EBITA increased with 90 per cent to SEK 771 M (406) · Net cash position of SEK 1,744 M (1,472 as of 31 December 2017) · New contract signed for Elocta® with Health Services Executive in the Republic of Ireland · Kineret® received a positive CHMP opinion for the treatment of Still’s disease in the EU, followed by the European Commission approval after the reporting period · Continued solid growth for Orfadin® · Ravicti® launched in major European markets · FDA accepted Investigational New Drug application and granted Fast Track status for SOBI003 · Outlook revised Q1 Q1 Q1 Full-yearAmounts in SEK 2018 2017 Change 2017MTotal 1,964 1,396 41% 6,511revenues Gross 1,412 1,028 37% 4,657profit(1)Gross 72% 74% 72%margin(2)EBITA(2) 771 406 90% 2,053EBITA(2) 39% 29% 32%marginEBIT 660 284 132% 1,600(Operatingprofit/loss)Profit for the 515 202 155% 1,149period(3)Earnings per 1.91 0.75 154% 4.27share, SEK(1)2017included a one-timeinventoryadjustment ofSEK 59 M in Q1due to delayedrelease ofKineret drugsubstancemanufacturedin 2016.(2)Alternativeperformancemeasure(APM). (3)Deferredtax has beenadjustedduring 2017,affectingprofit for theperiod Q1 2017with SEK 6 M. Guido Oelkers, CEO:“2017 was a great year and 2018 is off to a strong start, with total revenue growth of 41 per cent, leading to revenues of SEK 1,964 M for the quarter. Elocta and Alprolix® continued to deliver impressive results in Haemophilia, and both Kineret and Orfadin® showed solid growth in Specialty Care. The FDA accepted an Investigational New Drug (IND) application for SOBI003 and granted Fast Track status. Kineret received a positive opinion for the treatment of Still’s disease in the EU, followed by the European Commission (EC) approval after the end of the quarter.” Outlook 2018(1,2) - revisedSobi now expects total revenues for the full-year to be in the range of SEK 7,900-8,100 M (7,500-7,700).The gross margin is expected to be at least 70 per cent (unchanged).Sobi now expects EBITA for the full-year to be in the range of SEK 2,800-3,000 M (2,500-2,700). (1)At current exchange rates as of 26 April 2018.(2)The original outlook was published on 22 February 2018. Telephone conferenceFinancial analysts and media are invited to participate in a telephone conference, which will include a presentation of the results, today at 14:00 CET. The event will be hosted by Sobi’s CEO and President, Guido Oelkers, and the presentation will be held in English. The presentation can be followed live, or afterwards on www.sobi.com. Slides used in the presentation will be made available on Sobi’s website prior to the telephone conference. To participate in the telephone conference, please call: SE: +46 8 566 42 662UK: +44 203 008 98 01US: +1 855 831 5945 Click here to go to the live webcast . After the live event the webcast will be available on-demand via the same URL. Sobi's report for the first quarter 2018 can be found here.   About Sobi™Sobi™ is an international speciality healthcare company dedicated to rare diseases. Our vision is to be recognised as a global leader in providing access to innovative treatments that make a significant difference for individuals with rare diseases.The product portfolio is primarily focused on treatments in Haemophilia and Specialty Care. Partnering in the development and commercialisation of products in specialty care is a key element of our strategy. Sobi has pioneered in biotechnology with world-class capabilities in protein biochemistry and biologics manufacturing. In 2017, Sobi had total revenues of SEK 6.5 billion and approximately 850 employees. The share (STO:SOBI) is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. More information is available at www.sobi.com. For more information please contact Media relations Investor relationsLinda Holmström, Senior Jörgen Winroth, ViceCommunications Manager President, Head of Investor Relations+46 70 873 40 95 +1 347 224 0819, +1 212 579 0506linda.holmstrom@sobi.com  jorgen.winroth@sobi.com  This information is information that Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of Linda Holmström, Senior Communications Manager, at 08:00 CET on 26 April 2018. 

SKF first quarter results 2018

Gothenburg, 26 April 2018 Alrik Danielson, President and CEO: “We have had a record start to 2018. Sales grew by 7.5% organically to SEK 20.6 billion and our reported operating profit was 2,625 million, both historical highs for SKF. Operating margin at 12.8% exceeded our target. The actions we have taken to control and continually review our cost base, increase prices and focus on meeting the specific application needs of our customers are showing results. We are delivering solid financial performance, with organic growth, operating margin and net debt to equity levels all better than our stated targets that are valid over a business cycle. The industrial business, with a reported operating margin of 15%, grew by 8.5%, with especially strong growth in Europe and Asia. We grew in almost all industries and saw particular strength in industrial drives and railway applications. The automotive business, with a reported operating margin of 7.7%, grew by 5.5%, a clear sign that we continue to outpace vehicle production levels. We grew in all geographic regions, with the strongest growth in the truck industry. Entering the second quarter 2018, we expect to see continued growth year-on-year, in all regions and we expect growth within both industrial and automotive.” Key figures, SEKm Q1 2018 Q1 2017Net sales 20,560 19,601Operating profit 2,625 2,295Operating margin, % 12.8 11.7Profit before taxes 2,425 2,125Net cash flow after investments before financing 259 64Basic earnings per share 3.77 3.09 From the first quarter report 2018, SKF will report the Operating profit including Items Affecting Comparability. Any material items included in the result will be commented in the text of the report. Net sales change y-o-y, % Organic Structure Currency TotalSKF Group 7.5 -0.7 -1.9 4.9Industrial 8.5 -1.0 -1.7 5.8Automotive 5.5 0.0 -2.5 3.0 Organic sales change in local Europe North Latin Asia Middlecurrencies, per region y-o-y, America America East &% AfricaSKF Group 7.6 3.2 0.7 13.2 13.0Industrial +++ +/- - +++ +++Automotive + ++ ++ +++ +++ Outlook and guidance Demand for Q2 2018 compared to Q2 2017The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be higher for the Group, including Industrial and Automotive. Demand is expected to be higher in Europe, significantly higher in Asia-Pacific and relatively unchanged in North America and Latin America. Demand for Q2 2018 compared to Q1 2018From the first quarter report 2018, SKF will not issue a sequential demand outlook. Guidance Q2 2018- Financial net: SEK -200 million.- Currency impact on the operating profit is expected to be around SEK -160 million compared with 2017, based on exchange rates per 31 March 2018. Guidance 2018- Tax level excluding effect related to divested businesses: around 29%.- Additions to property, plant and equipment: around SEK 2,400 million. A teleconference will be held on 26 April 2018 at 9:00 (CEST): SE: +46 (0)8 5065 3942UK: +44 (0)330 336 9411US: +1 323 994 2083 You will find all information regarding the SKF first quarter results 2018 on the IR website. Aktiebolaget SKF      (publ) The information in this press release is information which AB SKF is required to disclose under the EU Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 The information was provided by the above contact persons for publication on 26 April 2018 at 08:00

Interim report January - March 2018

Record sales and profitability First quarter January - March 2018 · Net sales amounted to 208.0 MSEK (185.2), which is an increase by 12.3 percent compared to the corresponding quarter last year. At comparable exchange rates[1] and adjusted for acquisitions, net sales increased by 9.8 percent. · Operating profit increased by 19 percent to 41.6 MSEK (34.9) · Result after tax increased by 27 percent to 44.9 MSEK (35.3). · Earnings per share increased to 0.69 SEK (0.55) before and after dilution. · The cash flow from operating activities amounted to 28.1 MSEK (29.2). · Net cash[1] at March 31 amounted to 59.6 MSEK (152.1). · The acquisition of Horizon Technology Inc. was closed on January 16. Through the acquisition, Biotage strengthens its position in analyses of environment and food safety. · At the end of the reported period Biotage had no holding of own shares. No shares were acquired under the repurchasing program resolved at the 2017 Annual General Meeting. [1] See definition on pp. 15-16 Comments by CEO Torben JörgensenThe start of 2018 has been very satisfying. The integration of Horizon Technology proceeds according to plan. The acquisition is vitalizing and important for our increased focus on analyses in the areas of environment and food safety. We add yet another quarter with record sales as well as record profitability. The sales amounted to 208 MSEK with an organic growth of close to 10 percent. At the same time we continue to improve our operating margin, which was 20 percent in the quarter. The average EBIT margin for the latest three year period is 15.6 percent. The gross margin for the period amounts to 61 percent, in line with our strategic goal of 60 percent. Increased production volumes together with a higher degree of automation and general efficiency improvements at the plant in Cardiff, Wales continue to contribute to the improved gross margin. During the quarter we also enjoyed generally favorable exchange rates. The further development of the production plant in Cardiff continues. Later this year we will start using additional premises, which will enable further automatization and thus ensure prerequisites for continued growth. The investments in direct sales continue to contribute to the sales successes. The operations in South Korea continue to develop well and the sales were 2.5 times larger than the corresponding period last year. The operations in China are also developing well, increasing sales by more than 28 percent. Practically all countries with their own local sales forces grew compared to the first quarter 2017. We continue to expand our direct sales and the latest contribution is India. Here we have carried out a number of key recruitments that will join us in the third quarter. Demand is generally good with growth in all strategically important product areas. The biggest growth, some 60 percent, is accomplished by our evaporation products. Sales of the new generation of the evaporation system TurboVap® continue to be strong. With the acquisition of Horizon Technology we increase our efforts in analytical chemistry. It is still too soon to evaluate the acquisition, but we are satisfied with the development so far. Sales of Industrial Products have started the year well, especially in Europe. In Europe we also see a boost in the sales of consumables. Products in the purification area have also had a successful quarter and we set a new sales record for the number of units sold of the purification system Isolera™. For a time our synthesis and peptide synthesis products have had to stand back in favor of other product areas with higher priority. However, more resources have been allocated to these products and updates are planned for launch already by the end of the second quarter. System sales constituted 48 percent of the turnover in the quarter and aftermarket products 52 percent. The system sales continue to increase and the main explanation is the continued sales successes for the purification system Isolera™, above all in China, where we sold a record number of systems in the first quarter. The research and development work is further intensified and we look forward to new launches during the year. Coming financial reportsThe interim report for the second quarter 2018 will be issued on July 16, 2018.The interim report for the third quarter 2018 will be issued on November 6, 2018.The year-end report for 2018 will be issued on February 7, 2019. All reports are available at Biotage’s website from the above dates. This report has not been reviewed by the company’s auditors. For further information:Torben Jörgensen, President and CEO, phone: +46 707 49 05 84                                                                                                                      Erika Söderberg Johnson, CFO, phone: +46 707 20 48 20                           This information is information that Biotage AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 15.00 CET on April 26, 2018.  About BiotageBiotage offers efficient separation technologies from analysis to industrial scale and high quality solutions for analytical chemistry from research to commercial analysis laboratories. Biotage’s products are used by government authorities, academic institutions, contract research and contract manufacturing organizations, pharmaceutical and food companies, among others. The company is headquartered in Uppsala and has offices in the US, UK, China, Japan, South Korea and India. Biotage has approx. 400 employees and had sales of 748 MSEK in 2017. Biotage is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm. Website: www.biotage.com