RECORD IN NET SALES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ DIVIDEND JANUARY – MARCH 2016 · Net sales total SEK 404.1 (391.3) million · Operating profit (EBIT) is SEK 43.1 (46.1) million after a one-time effect following settlement of SEK 1.9 million, which is equivalent to an operating margin of 10.7 per cent · Pre-tax profit of SEK 43.2 (45.9) million · Profit after tax of SEK 33.3 (35.7) million · Earnings per share of SEK 0.62 (0.67) · Cash flow from operations of SEK 35.4 (26.1) million · Liquid assets of SEK 246.1 (204.3) million SIGNIFICANT EVENTS DURING THE FIRST QUARTER · HiQ helps the Swedish Transport Administration to simplify travel for visually impaired people, by developing the new service “Tågprator” · HiQ develops and launches the service “Tidning för alla” (“Newspapers for everyone”) that makes news websites and articles accessible for those with reading disabilities, for example around 100,000 visually impaired people in Sweden · HiQ wins the assignment to develop Diabetes Tools’ digital platforms, which simplify everyday life for diabetes patients and their families   · HiQ and Autoliv launch a unique Autonomous Drive Program, with the joint aim to employ 30 engineers with a focus on self-driving cars · The Annual General Meeting on 22 March elects Gunnel Duveblad as new chair of the Board of HiQ. Gunnel Duveblad has many years’ experience from the IT industry and has been a member of the board of HiQ since 2007 · The Annual General Meeting decides on a shareholders’ dividend of SEK 2.90 per share, totalling approximately SEK 156 million, through a split and mandatory redemption programme · HiQ chooses to settle with the bankruptcy estate for Saab Automobile, which leads to a negative impact of SEK 1.9 million on the company’s result · HiQ is nominated for the prestigious award “Developer of the Year” at the Swedish Mobile Awards · HiQ is named one of Sweden’s Career Companies for the second year in a row SIGNIFICANT EVENTS AFTER THE END OF THE PERIOD · HiQ develops Finland’s most comprehensive mobile clinic for healthcare company Diacor · HiQ helps Västtrafik with the areas of digital presence and customer experience – in April Västtrafik’s new service “Västtrafik to go” is launched, moving your ticket into your mobile · HiQ provides Volvofinans Bank with both strategic and technical know-how, in the development of the new service CarPay, that simplifies everyday life for nearly 1 million car owners   FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:Lars Stugemo, President and CEO of HiQ, tel. +46 (0)8-588 90 000Jenny Normark Sperens, Head of Corporate Communications, HiQ, tel. +46 (0)734-431 007       This information is such as HiQ is required to make public according to the Swedish Securities Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. This report was released for publication at 07:30 CET on 25 April 2016. HiQ helps to make the world a better place by making people’s lives simpler through technology and communication. We are the perfect partner for everyone eager to achieve results that make a difference in a digital world. Founded in 1995, HiQ has more than 1,400 specialists in four countries and is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Mid Cap List. For more information and inspiration, visit


“We have never had better net sales in a first quarter and we are more employees than ever before. Our financial position continues to be strong and the Annual General Meeting has decided on HiQ’s highest dividend to date. After 21 years in the business we continue every day to create results for our clients, employees, and shareholders. That feels amazing,” says Lars Stugemo, President and CEO of HiQ.HiQ starts the year with winning new clients and performing successful assignments. A strong area of focus is accessibility, where we see how digitalisation creates possibilities to include everyone in society, on equal terms. As an example, HiQ develops the services “Tågprator” and “Tidning för alla”, which simplify travel and access to the news for people with different kinds of disabilities. Another area in which HiQ is simplifying and delivering results is the healthcare sector.“The common denominator is to create a better world and make everyday life a bit more simple and fun, regardless if you are healthy, sick or have special needs. We also win assignments in which we help our clients in their digital transformation, with the aim to make them more competitive. These cases are no different in regards of our focus – its all about the users and simplicity,“ says Lars Stugemo.During the first quarter, HiQ is named a Career Company for the second year in a row.“This shows us that HiQ’s employees are happy at work, and we are glad that so many driven, committed, and skilled people want to work with us. With the best employees in the business we look forward to continue simplifying and improving,” Stugemo concludes.HiQ’s President and CEO, Lars Stugemo, presents the report today, Monday 25 April at 09:00 CET, at HiQ’s head office (Regeringsgatan 20) in Stockholm. The report can be ordered by phone (+46 8 588 90 000) or downloaded from is required by Swedish law (Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act) to publish this information. This information was released for publication at 07:30 CET on 25 April 2016.For more information, please contact:Lars Stugemo, President and CEO HiQ, tel. +46 8 588 90 000Jenny Normark Sperens, Head of Corporate Communications, tel. +46 734 431 007  HiQ helps to make the world a better place by making people’s lives simpler through technology and communication. We are the perfect partner for everyone eager to achieve results that make a difference in a digital world. Founded in 1995, HiQ has more than 1,400 specialists in four countries and is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm MidCap list. For more information and inspiration, please visit

Interim report January-March 2016

The CEO comments:"It is pleasing to note that Inwido began 2016 with stability even if we know that we have greater potential. The seasonally weakest quarter of the year turned out well, with operating profit of SEK 37 million, which is a substantial improvement compared with the same period the year before. After a strong end to 2015, the first quarter has been irregular and a few business areas are reporting somewhat worse results than the year before. Sales, adjusted for currency effects and structure, showed a decrease of 1 percent due to lower order bookings in the industry segments at the end of the fourth quarter last year, as well as a temporary reduction in sales power in Finland in connection with the structural change implemented there. In addition, there were fewer working days due to the early Easter. The improvement in earnings is primarily due to the continued positive sales development in our consumer business. The positive trend from last year continued in the first quarter of 2016. Looking at our individual markets, it is the consumer segments in Sweden that are doing the best, while the order bookings in the industry segments mainly in Denmark, but also in Sweden have had a negative trend. However, this is something we expected as a result of our strategy. During the quarter, we noted greater volatility and we are counting on seeing continued market-based and geographical fluctuations during the year. It is with pleasure that we were able to announce the agreements entered into regarding two important acquisitions in recent months, Outrup in Denmark and Värmelux in Finland. These acquisitions fit well in Inwido’s strategy. In both cases, we are awaiting the approval of the competition authorities. They are two excellent, profitable companies with skilful management that are strong in sales channels and markets that we focus on. At the same time as the important work on acquisitions to grow structurally, we are also consistently looking at establishing new sales channels, improving our IT structure and introducing new products and concepts, which require investments that can affect the results somewhat in the short term. In parallel with this, we are continuing to work actively to become more efficient and flexible. With this initiative, we can further improve our growth – and long-term profitability. External developments, both political and financial, remain uncertain with many risks that could affect our business. Uncertainty on the housing policy in many countries with regard to the right to make deductions, subsidies and taxation also affects future investment and renovation decisions. At the same time, it is important to affirm that there remains continued strong underlying demand for both renovations and new housing in Europe. This in turn means that there is an underlying demand for our products and services. For Inwido, it is important to follow our plan with a predominance of sales in consumer-driven channels, to continuously review our structure to find potential additional efficiency enhancements and to work with both organic and acquisition-based growth."   MALMÖ, 25 APRIL 2016Håkan JeppssonPresident and CEO Read the full report in the pdf attached

Proact’s Managed Cloud solution keeps British train operating company on track

The company were working with an ageing infrastructure to support DR and required urgent investment to bring it back in-line with a recent primary infrastructure upgrade and to ensure the company’s services would continue to run effectively. It was clear the company needed to find the right solution to this issue, but more importantly the right partner to deliver this and to address their longer term goals. The company required a partner that could demonstrate a mature Cloud services portfolio, extensive industry references and a proven approach that they could deliver on the companies specific requirements. Proact successfully demonstrated all of these, and also offered the lowest TCO over 3 years when compared to the competition. Proact will now be responsible for DR and Backup services for the train operating company’s IT infrastructure. This will remove the primary site issues the company were experiencing and ensures the company can keep their services running smoothly and on-time. In additional, a framework is now in place for the train operating company to realise long-term objectives. This includes the migration of more services over to Proact with a view to remove the primary DC on their site by the end of 2017, delivering increased business agility. This is yet another example of Proact’s continued ability to deliver market-leading solutions and further underpin their corporate strategy to deliver business agility to their customers.


· Net sales for the first quarter 2016 totaled SEK 2,999 million (2,875), an increase of 4%, of which 5% was organic growth. · Operating profit (EBIT) before items affecting comparability amounted to SEK 400 million (366), representing a margin of 13.3% (12.7%). Excluding the Medical division, which was divested in March 2015, the margin in Q1 2015 was 12.0%. · Operating cash flow totaled SEK -102 million (37). · The net result for the first quarter was SEK 295 million (161). · Earnings per share: SEK 1.00 CEO, ROGER JOHANSSON COMMENTS   IMPROVED MARGINS IN AMERICAS AND EMEA “In the first quarter 2016 we delivered organic sales growth of 5% and an improved underlying EBIT margin, from 12.0% to 13.3% (excluding Medical). Our focus on cost efficiency remains an important profitability driver, and the margin improvement that we saw in seven of our eight businesses is a result of this. Globally the RV markets continue to show strong momentum, especially in Americas and Europe. We can conclude that the outlook for the RV market remains positive while the truck market, in particular the US, is under pressure. In light of our current performance and conditions in our markets, we remain confident for the rest of 2016.” PRESENTATION OF THE INTERIM REPORT Analysts and media are invited to participate in a telephone conference on April 25, 2016, at 10.00 (CET), during which President and CEO, Roger Johansson and CFO, Per-Arne Blomquist, will present the report and answer questions. To participate in the webcast/telephone conference, please dial in five minutes prior to the start of the conference call: Sweden:         + 46 8 566 426 92 UK:                + 44 203 008 98 07 US:                + 1 855 831 59 46 The interim report, webcast url and results presentation can be found at DOMETIC GROUP discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.00 CET on April 25. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT Investor Relations Erika Ståhl, Head of Business Control & Investor Relations Phone: +46 8 501 025 24 Email: ABOUT DOMETIC GROUP Dometic is a global market leader in branded solutions for mobile living in the areas of Climate, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food & Beverage. Dometic operates in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific, providing products for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and workboats, and for a variety of other uses. Dometic offer products and solutions that enrich people’s experiences away from home, whether in a motorhome, caravan, boat or a truck. Our motivation is to create smart and reliable products with outstanding design. We operate 22 manufacturing/assembly sites in nine countries, sell our products in approximately 100 countries and manufacture approximately 85% of products sold in-house. We have a global distribution and dealer network in place to serve the aftermarket. Dometic employs approximately 6,500 people worldwide, had net sales of SEK 11.5 billion in 2015 and is headquartered in Solna, Sweden.

Statement regarding class action complaint

On April 21, 2016, a class action complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. The complaint alleges that Dometic’s gas absorption refrigerators are defective. The complaint also alleges that Dometic has failed to remediate the defects and provide adequate warnings or instructions on proper use of its gas absorption refrigerators. The complaint currently includes 5 individual plaintiffs. Dometic’s opinion is that the allegations are without merits and intend to vigorously defend against them. For more information, please contact Erika Ståhl, Head of Business Control & Investor RelationsTel: +46 8 501 025 24 Email: ABOUT DOMETIC GROUP Dometic is a global market leader in branded solutions for mobile living in the areas of Climate, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food & Beverage. Dometic operates in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific, providing products for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and workboats, and for a variety of other uses. Dometic offer products and solutions that enrich people’s experiences away from home, whether in a motorhome, caravan, boat or a truck. Our motivation is to create smart and reliable products with outstanding design. We operate 22 manufacturing/assembly sites in nine countries, sell our products in approximately 100 countries and manufacture approximately 85% of products sold in-house. We have a global distribution and dealer network in place to serve the aftermarket. Dometic employs approximately 6,500 people worldwide, had net sales of SEK 11.5 billion in 2015 and is headquartered in Solna, Sweden.

Notice to attend the extraordinary general meeting of SSAB

Location World Trade Center StockholmRoom “New York”Klarabergsviadukten 70, Stockholm Notification of attendance In order to be entitled to attend the meeting, shareholders must be included in the printout of the share register that is made by Euroclear Sweden AB on Saturday, May 21, 2016 and give notice of their intention to attend the meeting not later than on Monday, May 23, 2016, preferably before 12 noon. Please note as the record day is a Saturday, the shareholder must be entered into the share register already on Friday, May 20, 2016. Notice to attend the general meeting may be given via the Company’s website,, or by telephone on +46 8 4545 760. The name, personal identification number (or company registration number), address, telephone number and the number of assistants (if any) of the shareholder must be provided in the notice. Nominee-registered shares In order to be entitled to attend the general meeting, shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must temporarily re-register the shares in their own name. Such re-registration must be effected at Euroclear Sweden AB on Friday, May 20, 2016, as the record day is Saturday, May 21, 2016. Thus, the nominee should be contacted in ample time prior to May 20, 2016. Since the shareholders that are registered within the Finnish book-entry system at Euroclear Finland Ltd are nominee registered at Euroclear Sweden AB, those shareholders wishing to attend the meeting must contact Euroclear Finland Ltd by e-mail to or by phone on +358 (0)20 770 6609, for registration of their shares in their own name well in advance of Friday, May 20, 2016, as the record day is Saturday, May 21, 2016. Proxies Proxies in original and, with respect to a legal entity, a certificate of registration, should be submitted in ample time prior to the general meeting to: SSAB AB, Bolagsstämma, Box 7832, 103 98 Stockholm, Sweden. The Company provides proxy forms for shareholders wishing to be represented by a proxy. The form is available on the Company’s website, and will be sent to those shareholders who so request and state their mailing address. Orders may be placed by telephone on +46 8 4545 760. Admission cards Admission cards entitling the holder to attend the general meeting will be distributed prior to the meeting to those shareholders who have submitted applications. It is anticipated that shareholders will receive admission cards not later than on Thursday, May 26, 2016. Any shareholder that has not received an admission card prior to the general meeting will be able to obtain an admission card from the information desk at the meeting, upon presentation of identification. Agenda 1. Election of a chairman of the meeting 2. Preparation and approval of the voting register 3. Approval of the agenda proposed by the Board of Directors 4. Election of one or two persons to attest the minutes of the meeting 5. Determination whether the meeting has been duly convened 6. Resolution on (A) the proposal by the Board of Directors to amend the Articles of Association and (B) approval of the resolution by the Board of Directors on a rights issue of Class B shares subject to approval by the general meeting 7. Closing of the meeting. The Board of Director’s proposals in respect of items 1 and 6 Item 1 Election of a chairman of the meeting The Board of Directors proposes that attorney Sven Unger be appointed to chair the meeting. Item 6 Proposal by the Board of Directors to (A) amend the Articles of Association and (B) approve the resolution by the Board of Directors on a rights issue of Class B shares subject to approval by the general meeting (A) Resolution on proposal by the Board of Directors to amend the Articles of Association In light of the resolution by the Board of Directors on a rights issue of Class B shares with preferential rights for the Company’s shareholders in accordance with (B) below subject to approval by the general meeting, the Board of Directors proposes that the general meeting resolves to amend the limits for the share capital and the number of shares (§4 and §5) of the Company’s Articles of Association in accordance with the following: § 4 Current wording The share capital shall be not less than SEK 3,500,000,000 and not more than SEK 14,000,000,000. Proposed wording The share capital shall be not less than SEK 4,800,000,000 and not more than SEK 19,200,000,000. § 5 Current wording There shall be not less than 400,000,000 shares and not more than 1,600,000,000 shares. The shares may be issued in two classes, designated Class A and Class B. Not more than 1,600,000,000 Class A shares may be issued and not more than 1,600,000,000 Class B shares may be issued. Each Class A share shall entitle the holder to one (1) vote whilst each Class B share shall entitle the holder to one tenth (1/10) of one vote. Class A shares and Class B shares shall carry equal rights to participate in the assets and profits of the Company. Proposed wording There shall be not less than 545,000,000 shares and not more than 2,180,000,000 shares. The shares may be issued in two classes, designated Class A and Class B. Not more than 2,180,000,000 Class A shares may be issued and not more than 2,180,000,000 Class B shares may be issued. Each Class A share shall entitle the holder to one (1) vote whilst each Class B share shall entitle the holder to one tenth (1/10) of one vote. Class A shares and Class B shares shall carry equal rights to participate in the assets and profits of the Company. (B) Resolution on approval of the resolution by the Board of Directors on a rights issue of Class B shares subject to approval by the general meeting The Board of Directors proposes that the general meeting approves the resolution by the Board of Directors on a rights issue of Class B shares on the following terms and conditions. 1. The Board of Directors, or whoever the Board of Directors may appoint among its members, is authorized to resolve, on May 25, 2016 at the latest, on the maximum amount by which the share capital shall be increased, the maximum number of Class B shares to be issued, the number of existing shares that shall entitle to subscription for a certain number of new Class B shares and the subscription price per share. The Board of Directors may resolve that the subscription price shall be lower than the quota value for the prior shares (currently SEK 8.80), whereby an amount equivalent to the difference between the subscription price and the shares’ quota value for the total number of newly issued Class B shares shall be provided to the share capital through transfer from the Company’s non-restricted equity. 2. The Company’s shareholders shall have pre-emptive rights to subscribe for the new Class B shares in proportion to the shares previously owned, regardless of whether their shares are Class A or Class B. 3. The record date for entitlement to participate in the rights issue with pre-emptive right shall be May 31, 2016. 4. If not all of the Class B shares are subscribed for by exercise of subscription rights, the Board of Directors shall, up to the maximum amount of the rights issue, resolve on allotment of Class B shares subscribed for without the exercise of subscription rights where in such case, priority will be given firstly to those who have subscribed for Class B shares by the exercise of subscription rights, irrespective of whether or not they were shareholders on the record date, pro rata in relation to the number of subscription rights exercised for the subscription of shares, secondly be allotted to other parties who have notified the Company of their interest in subscribing for Class B shares without the exercise of subscription rights, pro rata in relation to such declared interest. Any remaining shares shall be allotted to those who have guaranteed the rights issue, pro rata in relation to issued guarantees. To the extent allotment according to the above cannot be made pro rata, allotment shall be made by drawing lots. 5. Subscription of shares shall be made during the period as from June 3, 2016 up to and including June 17, 2016, or, as regards the guarantors, up to and including June 23, 2016. The Board of Directors shall be entitled to extend the period for subscription. 6. Subscription for Class B shares by exercise of subscription rights shall be made by simultaneous cash payment. Subscription for Class B shares without subscription rights shall be submitted on a separate subscription list where B-allotted shares shall be paid in cash no later than three (3) banking days from dispatch of the contract note to the subscriber setting forth the allotment of shares. 7. The new Class B shares shall provide entitlement to any dividend as from the first record date for dividend to occur after the registration of the new rights issue with the Swedish Companies Registration Office. 8. The rights issue requires an amendment of the Articles of Association in accordance with item (A) above. Documents in accordance with Chapter 13, Section 6, of the Swedish Companies Act have been prepared. The resolution by the general meeting to amend the Articles of Association in accordance with item (A) above requires that shareholders holding at least two-thirds of the votes cast as well as the shares represented at the meeting support the proposal. The resolution pursuant to the proposal under item (A) above is conditional upon approval by the general meeting under item (B) above. The Board of Directors, or whoever the Board of Directors may appoint, shall be authorized to make such minor adjustments of the above resolution as may prove necessary in connection with the registration with the Swedish Companies Registration Office, Euroclear Sweden AB or Euroclear Finland Ltd. Information at the general meeting The shareholders are entitled to certain information at the general meeting. The Board of Directors and the President & CEO shall, if any shareholder so requests and the Board of Directors believes that it can be done without material harm to the Company, provide information regarding circumstances that may affect the assessment of an item on the agenda and the Company’s relation to other companies within the group. Documents The Board of Directors’ proposal and resolution in accordance with item 6 above and documents in accordance with Chapter 13, Section 6, of the Swedish Companies Act will be available at the Company’s offices on Klarabergsviadukten 70, D6, Stockholm and on the Company’s website,, not later than May 6, 2016 and will be sent by mail to those shareholders who so request and state their address. Orders may be placed by telephone on +46 8 4545 760. Number of shares and votes In the Company, there are 304,183,270 Class A shares, each with one vote per share, and 245,062,240 Class B shares, each with 1/10 vote per share, entailing that in total there are 549,245,510 shares and 328,689,494 votes in the Company. Stockholm, April 2016SSAB AB (publ)The Board of Directors This information is published by SSAB pursuant to the requirements of the Swedish Securities Market Act and the Finnish Securities Market Act. Submitted for publication at 08.30 am CEST, April 25, 2016. For further information, please contact:Andreas Koch, Head of Investor Relations,, +46 8 45 45 729 This is an unofficial translation from the Swedish original. In case of any discrepancies between the Swedish and English language versions, the Swedish version shall prevail.

Studsvik AB & Kobe Steel, Ltd. to establish Japanese Joint Venture Company focused on Japanese Nuclear Waste Management

The joint venture will bring together Studsvik’s broad design and engineering experience in waste management, including its patented THOR technology for radioactive waste treatment, and metal recycling along with Kobe Steel’s industrial and delivery capability in Japan. Kobe Steel has, as a major industrial organisation, supported the Japanese nuclear industry over many decades, and recent successful projects include building and implementing a new waste incinerator to support waste management at Fukushima Daichi. Studsvik and Kobe Steel have worked together for many years to develop the Japanese waste management market. The joint venture will significantly enhance the delivery capability and commitment of both companies to implement a range of waste management solutions, and the design and implementation of waste treatment and metal recycling facilities for the Japanese nuclear industry. “Studsvik is motivated by the prospects for growth in the Japanese nuclear waste management market, and we are delighted to be able to strengthen our long-standing relationship with Kobe Steel through this joint venture to enhance Studsvik’s delivery of its experience and technology to the Japanese market. Our joint venture represents a clear demonstration of Studsvik’s strategy to grow profitably in areas where we are technical leaders, and we look forward to realising a number of exciting opportunities for Studsvik and our partner Kobe Steel,” said Studsvik CEO Michael Mononen. “One of the themes under our medium-term management plan to fiscal 2020 is to undertake further initiatives in the waste treatment business in connection with the decommissioning of nuclear plants”, said Shohei Manabe, Director and Senior Executive Officer at Kobe Steel. “The enhanced synergy from the joint venture with Studsvik will be a sincere response to provide solutions for the treatment and disposal of radioactive waste from decommissioned nuclear plants including the treatment and recycling of metals. At the same time, this undertaking will also contribute significantly to social sustainability,” said Manabe. text Fur further information please contact: Michael Mononen, CEO Studsvik, telephone +46 155 22 10 86 Or Pål Jarness, CFO Studsvik, telephone +46 155 22 10 09 Facts about Studsvik Studsvik offers a range of advanced technical services to the international nuclear power industry in such areas as consultancy services, and fuel and materials technology. The company has over 65 years experience of nuclear technology and radiological services. Studsvik has 700 employees in 7 countries and the company’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm. Studsvik is publishing this information pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The Information was released for public disclosure on April 25, 2016 at 08:45 AM CET.

Lindex releases Sustainability Report for 2015

‘To act sustainable is a key value at Lindex and it influences everything we do. I am very proud of the many great results that we have achieved so far. We work dedicatedly towards our target that 80% of our garments will med made from sustainable sources by 2020 and we have already achieved 42% by 2015’, says Ingvar Larsson, Lindex CEO. This is Lindex 11th sustainability report. The report includes both an overview and in-depth information about the company’s initiatives and results within sustainability. Amongst these are results from dedicated work in areas where Lindex has a long-term commitment: Improved production processesLindex has improved their production processes with the results of using less water, energy and chemicals. As a result almost all of Lindex denim is now produced with more sustainable processes as well as being made of sustainable cotton. This commitment to the use of sustainable fibers and processes was launched in the campaign Better Denim - now and forever. ( Education of female workers in supply chainWomen play an important role for Lindex business. Therefore, the fashion company strive to empower women in many ways. Through the HERhealth projects in Bangladesh, Pakistan and India Lindex has educated 12 000 women, nearly 50% of the female workers in the supply chain in hygiene, personal health and nutrition. Contribution in the fight against breast cancer2015 was another great year in Lindex contribution to the fight against breast cancer, with a donation of 1.3 million euro. Together with their customers Lindex has contributed with over 10.8 million euro since 2003. The entire report is available to read here.

BioGaia’s oral health probiotics to be launched in Hong Kong

BioWellTech Co Ltd was established in 2011 and is already one of the leading dental equipment distributors in Hong Kong. The company focuses on licensing, business development, marketing, sales and distribution of a wide range of dental implants and peripheral products for dental professionals. BioWellTech has an experienced sales team with established relationships with dental and medical professionals. “Dental implantation is well accepted in Hong Kong and the market has grown very fast during the past five years. As BioGaia ProDentis prohibits the growth of pathogens and thus contributes to the stability of the implant after surgery, we are confident that, with the commitment of our strong sales and marketing team, the product will become a success in Hong Kong”, says Vincent Chau, Director, BioWellTech Co Ltd. “BioGaia ProDentis as an adjunct in the management of patients with implants is a promising new indication. With BioWellTech we have a strong and experienced local partner within this area and we therefore hope for a successful launch of BioGaia ProDentis in Hong Kong”, says Axel Sjöblad, Managing Director, BioGaia.  Latest press releases from BioGaia2016-04-06 Notice to attend the Annual General Meeting at BioGaia AB2016-03-18 Extraordinary General Meeting of BioGaia2016-03-18 Meta-analysis confirms effectiveness of BioGaia ProDentis in periodontitis BioGaia has published this information in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was issued for publication on 25 April 2016, 09:00 am CET. 

Loomis AB to publish Interim Report on Monday May 2, 2016

Monday May 2nd 3.00 p.m. CEST - Report release The report will be sent as a press release from Cision ( and will automatically be published on when released. Tuesday May 3rd 8:30 a.m. CEST - Presentation slides available For presentation slides, follow the link ( 9.30 a.m. CEST - The information meeting starts Loomis CEO Lars Blecko to present the report and answer questions. Venue: Hallvarsson & Halvarsson, Sveavägen 20, 9th floor, Stockholm, Sweden. No pre-registration. To follow the information meeting via telephone (and participate in Q&A session) please callUK: 08006940257 (FreeCall), 08444933800 (LocalCall) or +44 (0) 1452 555566 (International) USA: 18669669439 (FreeCall) or 16315107498 (LocalCall) Sweden: 0200890171 (FreeCall) or 08-50336434 (LocalCall). Provide conference ID number: Loomis, 83627846. To follow the web cast of the information meeting, please follow this link ( The link is also available at ( Recorded versions A recorded version of the web cast will be available at ( after the information meeting and a telephone-recorded version of the information meeting will be available until May 16th at 12:30 CEST on number: UK: 08009531533 (FreeCall), 08443386600 (LocalCall) or +44 (0) 1452550000 (International), USA: 1 (866) 247-4222 Sweden: 08-50635742 (LocalCall). Conference ID number: 83627846. Subscribe to press releases and financial information To receive press releases and financial reports from Loomis, please follow the link ( and follow the instructions.

Swedish iFoodbag signs contract that can prevent starvation in Kenya

In November iFoodbag launched its paper carrier bag that keeps goods cool and frozen for up to 24 hours. Now the company has signed a purchasing contract with Equator One Logistics Ltd, with their Head Office in Nairobi, Kenya. Thanks to this company acting as distributor, up to 20 million carrier bags will be distributed throughout Africa to support the work with the reduction and prevention of starvation and food wastage. On site in Kenya it has been observed that, for example, vaccines cannot be kept cooler than 15 degrees using present solutions, but with iFoodbag's world-leading cooling technology the temperature is kept cooler by between 2-8 degrees Celsius and for a longer period of time. The company sees this as leading to a raise in the standard of living across all continents, and to improve the quality of foodstuffs and pharmaceuticals. "This delivery is the largest in the company's history, partly because it represents a major order of €11M for us, but also when it comes to making a footprint in the world and being able to have an influence. We believe that the carrier bag can help people in both their everyday lives and in exposed areas around the world. The fact that it is an important global product is something we have already been recognised for very recently when we were named as one of the winners of the magazines Ny Teknik and Affärsvärlden's prestigious "33 list" for the second year running," says Karl Fallgren, CEO and founder of iFoodbag. The company received a sizeable EU grant for its innovation, and was named as one of the winners on the "33 list" for the second time is something that Karl Fallgren believes there are three reasons for: the carrier bag contributes to a sustainable environment and fewer carbon dioxide emissions, it can become a catalyst for e-commerce globally, and last but not least thanks to the potential of the new refrigeration technology it can help prevent food waste and starvation. "More than 800 million people are starving all over the world, and with the help of our technology we want to manage foodstuffs better and be able to distribute both food and vaccines so that millions of people, for example in the refugee camps of the world, can be helped,” says Karl Fallgren. The first carrier bags have already been shipped and will be distributed gradually with the help of Equator One Logistics Ltd, who are in direct contact with the aid organisations. Both pharmaceuticals and foodstuffs will be kept cool better and longer in the carrier bags. This project has never been carried out before and is expected to have a major impact in Africa, starting in Kenya. “We believe that the iFoodbag® will be a game changer when it comes to helping people in need, and we are very proud of working with them as well as the aid organizations. A lot of food goes to waste because there are no sufficient solutions to keep products cool enough in this climate and to transport them in a good way, but this carrier bag will ensure safe delivery for temperature sensitive medicines and vaccines in environments where electricity is not available or not consistent. This will change the delivery system in Africa and can be a lifesaving product,” says Abdulaziz Ali, CEO of Equator One Logistics Ltd. For further information please contact: Karl Fallgren, CEO and founder of iFoodbag AB Phone: +46 76 163 47 03 E-mail: Gustaf Graah-Hagelbäck, Inmema PR Phone: +46 70 719 34 84 E-mail: About iFoodbag: WE SIMPLIFY LIFE. iFoodbag is a Swedish start-up company and newcomer in the packaging industry. It was founded in 2013 and developed the unique paper bag of that name, the iFoodbag®. The iFoodbag® is an innovative bag made from a composite material that can protect chilled and frozen food for up to 24 hours as a passive packaging solution. The iFoodbag®. is intended to solve inter alia the following problems: • E-commerce logistics challenge: costs and product quality • Improved quality for chilled and frozen items • Environmental waste The company has received a number of awards for its new approach and start-up idea. For further information, please visit

Digital agency launch tool to help Webmasters optimise their websites

Speedie Consultants, the digital agency for finance and insurance companies, have recently launched a tool that quickly analyses the url that is entered and optimised for a given keyword. This can be used for PPC landing pages, blog posts or any page they wish to test. The tool can be found here: Jason Hulott, Director at Speedie Consultants says: "We launched the tool for two main reasons.  Firstly, to offer something of real value to webmasters or business owners who are self managing their online marketing activity and just need some pointers.   “Secondly, we wanted to show how much work actually goes into optimising a page.  Sometimes marketing companies assume that business owners understand what is required to optimise a site, so they fail to let the client know what they are doing for their investment. “We have added this useful tool to allow those that want to DIY their online marketing to get a helping hand, and for those that want to understand what is involved in optimising a site page." Jason explains that running the tool will send out a comprehensive PDF report with details of how well the page is optimised and gives a breakdown of how it can be improved - as well as the activity webmasters and website owners should consider in order to boost pages’ effectiveness. Jason concludes: "We recommend every insurance or finance company should at least run an audit themselves on their site homepage to see how well their site is performing – they may be surprised at what the audit shows up. And if they need further help and support, we can provide it." The tool can be found here: Ends

Studsvik’s Interim Report for January – March 2016

· In April an agreement was made with EDF on the sale of the Waste Treatment business area. The transaction will generate a positive cash flow of about SEK 225 million and give a net result of about SEK 115 million and is expected to take place in the third quarter. The sale will give Studsvik more scope to focus on growth in Fuel and Materials Technology and Consultancy Services. · Sales in the quarter increased to SEK 171.6 (156.8) million. In local currencies sales increased by 10.6 per cent. · Operating profit improved to SEK 10.7 (–1.7) million. · The free cash flow was SEK –2.2 (–4.8) million. +-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+| |Jan-March|Jan-March|Full year2015|| |  2016 |  2015 | |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Sales, SEK million |171.6 |156.8 |721.2 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Operating profit, SEK   million|10.7 |–1.7 |36.6 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Profit after tax, SEK million |5.9 |–2.4 |14.6 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Free cash flow, SEK   million* |–2.2 |–4.8 |–29.8 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Net debt, SEK million* |137.8 |107.0 |134.3 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Net debt/equity ratio, %* |48.3 |37.2 |45.0 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Profit per share after tax, SEK|0.72 |–0.29 |1.78 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|Equity per share, SEK* |34.72 |34.98 |36.30 |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+|*Refers to total operations | | | |+-------------------------------+---------+---------+-------------+ The interim report will be presented at a telephone conference call according to separate distributed invitation at 2:30 PM today. Please read the full interim report in the attached file. Facts about Studsvik Studsvik offers a range of advanced technical services to the international nuclear power industry in such areas as consultancy services and fuel and materials technology. The company has over 65 years’ experience of nuclear technology and radiological services. Studsvik has 700 employees in 7 countries and the company’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm. Studsvik is publishing this information pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The Information was released for public disclosure on April 25, 2016 at 01:00 PM CET.

Double points after extraordinary start to Hungary weekend

Climbing to sixth place from eleventh on the grid in Sunday’s race concluded a difficult weekend for Callum Ilott in the latest rounds of European F3 Championship at the Hungaroring.  Not only having to contend with finding a car set up in tricky conditions at the newly resurfaced track, the 17 year old was physically assaulted before qualifying by fellow driver Nikita Mazepin, leaving Ilott understandably shaken. Stewards later found Mazepin guilty of unsporting behaviour and banned the Russian from participating in the opening event. "Even some of the stewards said they had never experienced anything like this before," said Ilott afterwards. “There is pressure on all of us to do well but we shouldn’t see this kind of thing in our sport, or any other. That kind of behaviour is unacceptable and it's very important to me to remain professional on and off track." Ilott lined up 9th on Saturday for the opening race but it didn’t go quite to plan and the Briton was forced to retire after contact at the second corner of the opening lap with a damaged front left wheel.  Despite changes to improve the balance and grip of Ilott’s car after qualifying, it still wasn’t enough to enable him to challenge the front runners in race two. Nonetheless, Ilott pushed hard from his 14th grid spot, moving swiftly into the top 10 before finishing ninth and gathering valuable championship points. With wet weather greeting competitors on Sunday morning, Ilott revelled in the greasy conditions, storming from 11th on the grid to 8th position in the opening laps.  Delighting onlookers and the race commentator with his car control and complete commitment, Ilott grappled with his car, creating and seizing multiple overtaking opportunities at the F1 track that is renowned for being a place with few chances to pass.  Ilott enjoyed spirited and clean battles with Pedro Piquet, son of former F1 champion Nelson, Canadian driver Lance Stroll and Brazilian driver Sergio Sette Camara during an action packed race. Adopting alternative lines to find any grip on the wet track, Ilott managed to get up to fifth though the Brazilian was able to snatch the place back after a safety car restart.  “Sunday’s race was the highlight of a tough weekend that really I want to move on from,” added Ilott.  "As a team we all struggled to use the tyres to their optimum potential in qualifying. I enjoy racing in the wet and it was great being able to make some of those moves stick. I want to carry that momentum forward for the next race in three weeks’ time.” With ten points scored, Ilott remains firmly in the championship title fight and is currently eighth in the standings as the drivers head next to the picturesque street circuit in Pau, France on May 13th-15th.

office* previews its exhibitor show highlights for 2016

Wednesday 11 May marks the return of office* – the UK’s biggest annual event for PAs, EAs, VAs, office managers, and executive support professionals.  The popular two-day show, taking place at ExCeL London will feature over 100 leading exhibitors.   Recent additions include House of Fraser For Business, Gate8 Luggage, Izelia, Eceau, Love Success, Jump work, Tailored Fit, Eat My Logo, Pierre Lamond,, Benugo, Corporate Peaks, and Red Cape Company. The following is a preview of some of the new innovations – including office equipment and supplies, business services, corporate gifts, training, recruitment, event management, activities, corporate hospitality, hotels and venues – being showcased at office* 2016. House of Fraser For Business is showcasing its reward and incentive products, including gift cards, eGift cards and gift vouchers to spend in any one of 60 stores across the UK and Ireland or online.  Visitors have the opportunity to win a £100 House of Fraser gift card at the show (stand 614). tesa UK, a global leader in the manufacture and supply of adhesive tapes, is promoting its range of stationery items, designed to simplify everyday tasks and brighten up the workplace.  Products include tesapack Pack ‘n’ Go, a compact, lightweight and colourful carton sealing tape dispenser, and tesa’s mini stationery range, including items such as the tesa Mini Roller Correction ecoLogo (stand 126). Millharbour Digital is promoting its print and supply graphics for offices, offering full service delivery from site surveys, print and production to installation.  Some products include; window graphics, canvas frames, wallpaper graphics, floor vinyls, di-cut graphics to any shape, and size with many different materials to choose from (stand 506). Office Pantry is promoting its new freshly roasted coffee service to companies – delivering either ground or whole bean speciality grade coffee for espresso or filter coffee machines (stand 510). Corporate hotel booking specialists, and first time exhibitors, have recently added new supply to their worldwide hotel inventory, offering corporate rates at over 550,000 hotels worldwide.  Average savings are measured at 21% for 400 corporate clients (stand 522). Caterwings is a growing start-up backed by Rocket Internet with the goal to launch in 25 countries worldwide.  With Clients like HSBC, Spotify, Accenture and many more loving its services, they aim to make organising catering easy, reliable, and delicious (stand 631). Don't Buy Her Flowers is launching The Time Out Package – a gift from its best-selling Care Package, which includes cook food vouchers and at home treatment vouchers from MILK Beauty.  Also offering: a complimentary 15 minute file and polish manicure or hand and arm massage for visitors at the show (stand 115). Tailored Fit is providing a complete personalised health, wellness and fitness service into the office environment.  Its holistic approach is fully supported by individualised scientific profiling of clients, previously used for top competitive athletes, giving informed and accurate advice on how to best approach employee health.  Services include metabolic and stress recovery profiling, yoga, mindfulness meditation, fitness and massage (stand 333). Moores of London is promoting its recently launched company stores for a number of clients, which allows PAs and office mangers to company brand the site, and access a range of products at the touch of a button (stand 435). Urban Massage is giving visitors a chance to take the weight of their feet and enjoy a 5-star treatment at the show.  They are also giving visitors the chance to win £100 worth of massage treatments for them and their colleagues.  Entries can now be made here at (stand 230). Corporate office FM specialist Anabas is introducing its full range of FM services, which include cleaning, security, reception and front of house, catering, M&E and building management.  Managing Director Alistair Craig will also be sharing his wisdom and tricks of the trade in a seminar on how to create the best working environment on 11 May (stand 440). Training, recruitment & networking PA Access All Areas is introducing PA Insiders, a brand new, free online community for sharing information, support and networking.  PAs know everything there is to know about everything – now it’s all in one place (stand 117). Global PA Association and Training Academy is announcing an additional educational partnership with the ILM by launching the ILM 2 day Advanced Executive Assistant Programme, which will take place on 8-9 June in London.  They are also offering a prize draw for visitors at the show (stand 408). Multi award-winning PA training provider Today’s PA is inviting Personal Assistants to enter the UK’s biggest ever PA awards with a main prize of £10,000.  Additionally, seven other awards will also be presented.  Visitors will furthermore be introduced to the Today’s PA Conference on 3-4 November (stand 127). is introducing My VA company, a new platform to support new and existing virtual assistants launch, manage and maintain their own businesses; and are offering a free landing page to visitors at the show (stand 610). Cornerstone42 Recruitment and Executive Search is hosting a free 60 second CV review in a 'beat the stop watch' ice breaker at the show.  Cornerstone42 aims to invest in the future of the administrative industry by supporting and assisting with the development of the administrative profession through mentoring, empowerment and developing leadership capabilities for personal and executive assistants (stand 129). Pitman Training returns with The Headshot Guy to bring a unique opportunity for office* visitors to have a free professional headshot photograph, which can then be used across social media and business platforms (stand 302). SecsintheCity is promoting the launch of the 5th annual PA of the Year Awards, with categories including PA of the Year, Legal PA of the Year, Social Media PA of the Year and – a brand new category for 2016, sponsored by office* - the Outstanding Achievement Award (stand 523). Cordant People are running a competition to find London's Top Receptionist 2016.  Closing in August, exhibitors and visitors will have the chance to nominate their receptionist that they feel deserves the recognition for their hard work (stand 226). Hotels, venues, event management & activities Visit Brighton is promoting the launch of British Airways i360 – due for completion this summer.  The British Airways i360 will be the world’s first vertical cable car and tallest moving observation tower.  Guests will be able to take a voyage to the skies, gliding up slowly to 450 feet in a futuristic glass viewing pod, and enjoy 360 degree views (stand 505). Swing Patrol is promoting its vintage dance entertainment, including taster swing classes, swing performances, DJ-ing and MC-ing.  They'll be showcasing their vintage dancers throughout the show, giving some inspiration to visitors for their corporate events (stand 351). Premier Suites is offering visitors a chance to win a weekend break for two people in any one of their UK locations at the show.  Guests can maintain the independence they enjoy at home in the spacious surroundings of their own living quarters, as suites and serviced apartments come with a fully fitted kitchen, living room, bedroom and modern bathroom (stand 624). Take the Mike is launching its football sitcom DVD, The Beautiful Game at the show.  This sitcom provides a hilarious insight into the world of celebrity and football within the world of fictitious, Menton League.  Visitors can book a teambuilding workshop with Take the Mike, where teams could make their very own comedy DVD (stand 131). Go Ape is giving away a team building day for 10 with a picnic lunch at the new Go Ape at Battersea Park for visitors at the show.  The winner can enjoy the Tree Top Adventure followed by a spot of lunch (stand 340). The Scout Association is promoting its new modern and versatile meeting space available at Baden-Powell House with A/V packages, Wi-Fi access, refreshments and full catering on request (stand 508). Grange Hotels is promoting its guest loyalty scheme Revarew – Recognition, Value, Reward at the show.  It is designed to globally reward guests who choose to give their patronage to independent hotels like Grange Hotels (stand 424). office* will take place at the new venue of ExCeL London on the 11-12 May 2016.  For further information and to register in advance, please visit and quote priority code DVIS14 ( ###

Europe’s northern hub for flights to Asia is getting a makeover – Helsinki Airport prepares for 20 million annual passengers by 2020

The development program for the Helsinki Airport was launched in spring 2014 with the aim of a major improvement in the airport’s services, facilities, and traffic arrangements by 2020. The 64-year-old airport is going through its seventh expansion project with heavy investments. The overall budget for the project is 900 million euros. “Over its lengthy history, the Helsinki Airport has been recognized with multiple awards and nominations that we take pride in. Through strategic planning, the airport has become the leading North-European airport and an important hub for layovers between Europe and Asia,” the CEO Kari Savolainen of the Finnish airport operator Finavia Corporation says. In Europe, the Helsinki Airport has the most routes to Japan and comes in fifth in the number of Asian departures in a week. Currently the Chinese are already one of the biggest groups of passengers that pass through the Helsinki Airport, and the number of Chinese nationals visiting the airport increased by 100,000 from 2014. The airport’s direct routes fly people to 135 destinations around the world. In addition to the extensive connection network, the airport prides itself with one of Europe’s best service quality. Sleek Scandinavian design and services lead to a comfortable travel experience The Helsinki Airport’s already Scandinavian style will be highlighted through the renovations. A multitude of services, such as free Wi-Fi, art galleries, and sleeping pods will also be available. “In Developing the Helsinki Airport we have kept Finnish design and architecture in mind. The use of glass and wooden elements brings lightness and a natural atmosphere into the terminal,” describes head designer Tuomas Silvennoinen of PES Architects. Top quality in design, facilities, and services ensures a pleasant traveling experience for all passengers. The Helsinki Airport has a wide range of shops, restaurants, and cafes that make it not just a quick transit hub, but rather a place where each day numerous passengers from around the world can relax and and look for facilities and services to pass time in between flights. By 2020, the Helsinki Airport expects to provide services for 20 million passengers annually. Not the first, but the largest, renovation of the historical airport In 2015, the airport went through its largest service revamp to date as 70 totally new or renewed cafés, restaurants and shops were opened. The airport has a very high reliability record in baggage handling, transfer flights, short in-transit times, as well as the so called “snow-how” knowledge. The current major renovation project will be carried out gradually. The terminal areas will be increased by 45 percent and the capacity for baggage handling by 50 percent. In June 2016, the waiting area for non-Schengen will be expanded and the capacity of the border and transit passenger controls will be increased. The Helsinki Airport was opened in 1952 to facilitate the Helsinki Olympics that year. After opening, the airport had one runway and a wooden terminal building built for temporary use. The current terminal building was opened in 1969 and since then has gone through several renovations. Today the airport has three runways in use. Finavia Corporation/Helsinki Airport Corporate Communications and Press Office tel. +358 20 708 2002, Photos for press use Illustrations of the airport expansion: Helsinki Aiport’s expansions 1952-2020: Video of the future airport: More information of the Helsinki Airport Development Programme:

Nurminen Logistics’ sale of wagons has been confirmed

Nurminen Logistics Plc                           Stock Exchange Release   25 April 2016 at 3.00 pm An agreement concerning the sale of 380 covered wagons signed on 17 February 2016 by Nurminen Logistics will be realized in accordance with the original contract. Nurminen Logistics informed on 17 March 2016 that the buyer's financing negotiations were stretched but they have now been completed and the buyer's financing is secured. The transaction has no impact on the result for 2016 because wagons are valued in the rubles selling price in the financial statements 2015. The company has signed an agreement with the financing banks on short-term financing of EUR 3 million until 31 May 2016, which guarantees the company’s financial position for a period of the closing of the sale. The company will use funds that it receives from the sale of wagons to pay off short-term bank loan and to strengthen its working capital. Due to the strengthening of ruble exchange rate the value of the wagon trade in euros has increased, which has a positive effect on the company's financial position. Nurminen Logistics still owns wagons used by the forest industry and continues to operate wagons in Russia as well as in traffic between Finland and Russia.The company's wagon operation continues unchanged with regard to the covered wagons as well. Nurminen Logistics Plc Marko TuunainenPresident and CEO For more information, please contact: Marko Tuunainen, President and CEOTel. +358 10 545 7011 DISTRIBUTION                                                                  NASDAQ OMX HelsinkiMajor Nurminen Logistics is a listed company established in 1886 that offers logistics services. The company provides high-quality forwarding, cargo handling and value added services as well as railway transports and related to it project transport services to its customers. The main market areas of Nurminen Logistics are Finland, Russia and its neighbouring countries.

Textron Systems Announces Membership in the Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

HUNT VALLEY, Md. — APRIL 25, 2016 — Textron Systems Unmanned Systems (, a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) business, announced today its participation in the Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems ( (C-UAS). Founded in 2012, the C-UAS is part of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center ( program. The center, which is the only National Science Foundation-funded unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) research organization, is designed to link the research and development needs of industry with university research capabilities. “We are excited to have Textron Systems join C-UAS,” says Center Director Tim McLain. “We will benefit greatly from their perspectives and experience as we define and work on research problems of critical importance to the UAS industry.” Textron Systems brings its vast experience as a designer, manufacturer, operator, maintainer and trainer for UAS technologies to C-UAS. Textron Systems’ unmanned aircraft systems include the expeditionary and highly reliable Aerosonde™ Small Unmanned Aircraft System (, as well as the Shadow® Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System ( (TUAS), which alone has amassed nearly one million flight hours. The company currently uses these UAS platforms for military, civil and commercial applications around the world. Textron Systems also is a leader within the unmanned command and control domain with products such as the Universal Ground Control Station (UGCS), which is being fielded by the U.S. Army as the common control station for Textron Systems’ Shadow TUAS, as well as other non-Textron UAS. “With more than one million UAS flight hours across our platforms, and more than 30 years of experience as a UAS manufacturer, operator and maintainer, Textron Systems is excited to share this unique perspective with the membership of the C-UAS,” says Textron Systems Unmanned Systems Senior Vice President and General Manager Bill Irby. “Textron Systems is committed to advancing research within the UAS industry, and we are proud to use our experience to make significant thought leadership contributions to the organization’s efforts.”

Textron Systems’ Awarded $116.5 Million Contract for Advanced U.S. Army RQ-7B V2 Shadow® Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System Upgrades

ATLANTA — APRIL 28, 2016 — ARMY AVIATION MISSION SOLUTIONS SUMMIT — Textron Systems Unmanned Systems (, a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) business, announced today that it has received a $116.5 million award from the U.S. Army for an additional 24 RQ-7B V2 Shadow® Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (TUAS) upgrades. Deliveries of the 24 systems are expected to begin in 2018. The U.S. Department of Defense inventory includes 117 Shadow systems, operated by the U.S. Army, Marine Corps and Special Operations Command. This contract furthers the U.S. Army’s Shadow V2 block upgrade program, under which Textron Systems acts as lead system integrator, and aircraft and ground control station original equipment manufacturer. With nearly one million flight hours, the Shadow V2 delivers proven performance for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, communications relay and laser designation. The Shadow V2 is an all-digital, modern system, optimized for new multi-mission, single-sortie profiles and manned-unmanned teaming. The Shadow V2 also includes a high-bandwidth, encrypted data link that enables the aircraft to carry payloads ranging from high-definition video to secure control for prosecution missions. The Army is currently teaming the Shadow V2 system with its Apache helicopter fleet for scouting missions within its combat aviation brigades. The Shadow TUAS also is utilized by militaries in Australia, Italy and Sweden. “The Shadow TUAS has been the workhorse for the U.S. Department of Defense for years and has nearly one million flight hours — the most for any system in its class,” says Vice President, TUAS Henry Finneral. “Our Shadow V2 increases the system’s reliability and endurance for various missions, including enhanced target designation, communications relay and battlefield damage assessment. The system delivers performance our customers trust.” In addition to systems integration and engineering support, Textron Systems partners with the Department of Defense to support the Shadow program with staff augmentation, training, logistics and field service. Textron Systems will exhibit at the 2016 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit from Apr. 28-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Booth #919.

Winners of the Coor Awards 2015

The Coor Awards are prestigious recognitions given every year. Each country appoints candidates in four categories: Employee of the Year, Leader of the Year, Sale of the Year and Innovation of the Year. The Executive Management Team (EMT) selects a final winner from each category. The winners are then honored at a keynote ceremony at the group’s yearly management day events. “The Coor Awards are a way for us to recognize all the people that make such fantastic efforts at Coor—in service delivery for customers, in creating innovations, in sales and as managers. All these segments are central for us to evolve and secure our status as a leading service management provider. I want to congratulate the winners, all of whom fully deserve these awards,” commented Mikael Stöhr, CEO and President of Coor Service Management. Coor Award Winners in 2015: · Employee of the Year: Mona Heidemann, VELUX contract, Denmark · Manager of the Year: Ida Eriksson, AB Volvo contract, Sweden · Sale of the Year: Espen Henriksen, Circle K contract, Norway · Innovation of the year: Magnus Juslin, Anders Palmquist, Anna Frohlund and Johan Emmertz, Borealis contract, Sweden Watch a video of the winners: Please find more information, press images etc. at or contact:Åsvor Brynnel (, Communications and Sustainability Manager, Coor Service Management         +46 10 559 54 04,

Are ex-boarders amongst the most challenging clients for therapists?

Trauma, Abandonment and Privilege ( looks at the effect on adults of being sent away to board in childhood and the problems associated with boarding. Innovative and challenging, it aims to help readers understand the emotional processes of boarding and the psychological aspects of survival, outlining the steps toward recovery and the psychological repercussions. A practice-based book richly illustrated with images, case studies and exercises, Trauma, Abandonment and Privilege discusses how ex-boarders can be amongst the most challenging clients for therapists. Written by Nick Duffell, who pioneers therapeutic work with ex-boarders, and Thurstine Basset, a past director of Boarding Concern, it also explores how ex-boarders frequently struggle with intimate relationships with spouses and partners and offers interventions and strategies for those working with ex-boarder clients. Relevant to academic and casual readers alike, Trauma, Abandonment and Privilege is written with equal parts candour and expertise, as Nick Duffell and Thurstine Basset assist ex-boarders to come to terms with their experience whilst helping the audience to understand the psychological trauma of the ex-boarder. They tackle different subjects, including the managing of separation and loss; sex, puberty, gender and abuse; the healing process and unmasking survival patterns. Succinct and straightforward, this book provides a comprehensive exploration of the problems associated with boarding, which have only recently been acknowledged by mainstream mental health professional and expands the conversation of boarding schools and their political, social and cultural significance. – ENDS – About the Authors:Nick Duffell is a psychotherapist and trainer in private practice who pioneered therapeutic work with ex-boarders and specialist training for psychotherapists. He is the author of The Making of Them: The British attitude to children and the boarding school system and Wounded Leaders: British Elitism and the Entitlement Illusion - a psychohistory. Thurstine Basset worked as a social worker, mostly in the mental health field, before entering the world of training and education in the 1980s. He has subsequently written and produced a variety of training packages, articles, book chapters and books in the mental health field. Early in the 21st Century, he attended a Boarding School Survivors Workshop and was a director of Boarding Concern, an organisation that supports boarding school survivors.

Scandi Standard’s Annual General Meeting 2016

Scandi Standard’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on 25 April 2016 in Stockholm.DividendThe proposed dividend of SEK 1.80 per share was approved by the AGM. The record date for the dividend was set to 27 April, 2016. Payment from Euroclear Sweden AB is expected to take place on 2 May, 2016.Adoption of the Profit and Loss Statements and the Balance SheetsThe AGM resolved to adopt the Profit and Loss Statement and the Balance Sheet for the Parent Company as well as the Consolidated Profit and Loss Statement and the Consolidated Balance Sheet for the Group for 2015.Discharge from liabilityThe members of the Board of Directors and the CEO were discharged from liability for the fiscal year 2015.Board of DirectorsIn accordance with the proposal of the Nomination Committee it was resolved that the number of Board members shall be increased to eight. Per Harkjaer was re-elected Chairman of the Board of Directors. Ulf Gundemark, Michael Parker, Asbjörn Reinkind, Karsten Slotte and Helene Vibbleus were re-elected to the Board and Samir Kamal and Harald Pousette were elected new Board members.Board of Directors’ FeesThe AGM resolved, in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s proposal, on a yearly fee to the Chairman of the Board of SEK 550,000, and fees to other non-employed members of the Board, elected by the AGM, of SEK 275,000. Fees for Committee work to non-employee members of the Committees, elected by the AGM, were approved as follows; SEK 130,000 (previously SEK 200,000) to the Chairman of the Audit Committee and SEK 50,000 to each of the other members of the Audit Committee, SEK 50,000 to the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and SEK 25,000 to each of the other members of the Remuneration Committee. Accordingly, it was resolved to increase the total fees to the Board of Directors to 2,805,000 kronor.AuditorThe AGM elected PricewaterhouseCoopers AB auditor for the period up until the end of the AGM 2017.Guidelines for Remuneration to the senior managementIn accordance with the Board of Directors' proposal, the AGM resolved to approve the Guidelines for remuneration for the senior management.Long Term Incentive ProgramIn accordance with the Board of Directors’ proposals, the AGM resolved to approve LTIP (Long Term Incentive Plan) 2016 for key employees.Authorization to acquire own sharesIn accordance with the board of directors’ proposal, the Annual General Meeting resolves to authorize the board of directors to, on one or several occasions and until the next Annual General Meeting, resolve on acquisition of a maximum of 269,598 shares in the company and a maximum of 10 percent of all shares issued by the company, that acquisitions shall be made on Nasdaq Stockholm, that acquisitions shall be made at a price per share contained within the at each time prevailing price interval for the share and that payment for the shares shall be made in cash.Transfer of own sharesIn accordance with the board of directors’ proposal, the Annual General Meeting resolves to transfer a maximum of 209,076 of own shares to the participants in LTIP 2016 on the following conditions: · The right to receive shares shall, with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, be granted to the participants in LTIP 2016. Furthermore, subsidiaries within the Scandi Standard Group shall have the right to receive shares, free of consideration, and such subsidiaries shall be obligated to immediately transfer, free of consideration, shares to the participants in LTIP 2016 in accordance with the terms and conditions of the program. · The participants’ right to receive shares are conditional upon the fulfilment of all terms and conditions of LTIP 2016 and that participants receive. · The shares shall be transferred within the time period set out in the terms and conditions of LTIP 2016. · The shares shall be transferred free of charge. · The number of shares that may be transferred to the participants in LTIP 2016 may be recalculated due to share issues, splits, reverse splits and/or similar dispositions in accordance with the terms and conditions of LTIP 2016. __________This information has been made public in accordance with the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. It was released for publication at 15.00 CET on 25 April 2016.

Resolutions at the annual shareholders’ meeting of Dometic Group AB (publ) on April 25, 2016

Election of board members and auditor The annual shareholders’ meeting resolved, in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s proposal that the number of board members shall be seven with no deputy board members and that the company shall have a registered auditing firm as auditor without deputy auditor. Fredrik Cappelen, Albert Gustafsson, Rainer E. Schmückle, Magnus Yngen, Harry Klagsbrun, Gun Nilsson and Erik Olsson were, in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s proposal, re-elected for the period up to the end of the annual shareholders’ meeting 2017. PricewaterhouseCoopers AB was, in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s proposal, re-elected as auditor. Remuneration to board members and auditor The annual shareholders’ meeting resolved, in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s proposal, that the total board remuneration shall be distributed as follows: SEK 625 000 to the chairman of the board of directors and SEK 325 000 to each of the other board members. Remuneration for the committee work shall be paid with in total a maximum of SEK 450 000, whereof SEK 250 000 shall be allocated to the audit committee (whereof SEK 100 000 to the chairman of the committee and SEK 50 000 to each of the other members) and SEK 200 000 to the remuneration committee (whereof SEK 100 000 to the chairman of the committee and SEK 50 000 to each of the other members). The annual shareholders’ meeting further resolved, in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s proposal that remuneration to the auditor shall be paid in accordance with approved invoices within the auditor’s quotation. Guidelines for remuneration to the executive management The annual shareholders’ meeting resolved, in accordance with the proposal from the board of directors included in the notice and the annual report, to adopt guidelines for remuneration to the executive management. In summary, the guidelines provide that the overall principles for remuneration shall be based on the position held, individual performance, performance of the Dometic Group and be competitive in the country of employment. The overall remuneration package may consist of the base salary, variable salary based on short-term annual performance targets, long-term incentives, pension and other benefits, including non-monetary benefits. Nomination Committee The annual shareholders’ meeting resolved to adopt principles for appointment of the Nomination Committee for the annual shareholders’ meeting 2017, in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s proposal. In summary, the principles provide that Nomination Committee should be composed of the three largest shareholders, based on ownership in the company as of the expiry of the third quarter of the financial year, and the chairman of the board. The board should convene the Nomination Committee. Approval of 2015 accounts and discharge from liability The annual report and the auditor’s report as well as the consolidated financial statements and the auditor’s report for the group for 2015 were adopted and the members of the board and the chief executive officer were discharged from liability for their respective management of the company in 2015. Allocation of the company’s result The annual shareholders’ meeting resolved, in accordance with the proposal from the board of directors, that the company’s results shall be carried forward. For more information, please contact: Erika Ståhl, Head of Business Control & Investor Relations at Dometic Phone: +46 8 501 025 24 Email: This information was released for publication at 16.00 CET on April 25, 2016. ABOUT DOMETIC GROUP Dometic is a global market leader in branded solutions for mobile living in the areas of Climate, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food & Beverage. Dometic operates in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific, providing products for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and workboats, and for a variety of other uses. Dometic offer products and solutions that enrich people’s experiences away from home, whether in a motorhome, caravan, boat or a truck. Our motivation is to create smart and reliable products with outstanding design. We operate 22 manufacturing/assembly sites in nine countries, sell our products in approximately 100 countries and manufacture approximately 85% of products sold in-house. We have a global distribution and dealer network in place to serve the aftermarket. Dometic employs approximately 6,500 people worldwide, had net sales of SEK 11.5 billion in 2015 and is headquartered in Solna, Sweden

Climeon one of 3 winners of the innovation contest by Poland’s largest company

In a contest, arranged by Fortune Global 500 company PKN ORLEN, Climeon and two Polish partners presented a waste heat recovery solution to optimize energy efficiency of the company’s crude oil distillation units. The award consisted of a 10 000 Euro financial prize and a request for a large scale deployment proposal for PKN ORLEN’s global operations. Energy costs can account for more than 70% of the costs in the European petroleum industry and is an important factor for all oil companies. Climeon’s solutions, as presented with partners PWPO-T PROMONT and Revolvent, were awarded the prize as the presented solution delivers record high efficiency. Proposed solution included Climeon’s award winning heat power technology,Climeon Ocean™, as well as an absorption cooling unit. The solution will convert low-temperature waste heat into 100% clean electricity and cooling. “It's a great privilege to work together with Revolvent and PROMONT in this project.  At Climeon we regard this as just the beginning of a long cooperation in Poland. We see a huge demand for Heat Power solutions in Poland and an eagerness to use the latest technology available”, says Ruben Havsed, Head of Sales Eastern Europe. “Poland has been one of the fastest growing economy in Europe for the last two decades and Climeon has long identified this as a high potential market for Heat Power”, says David Ekberg Executive VP at Climeon. “Working together with strong local polish partners, such as PROMONT and Revolvent, helps to provide the best possible service to our customers”. "We believe that, as Poland's largest company, we are not only obliged to search for new technological solutions supporting our business, but also to encourage innovative growth of the entire Polish economy", says Wojciech Jasiński, President of the Management Board of PKN ORLEN.

Getinge Group to partner with VASCULAR INTERNATIONAL at Charing Cross International Congress 2016

Getinge Group, in collaboration with VASCULAR INTERNATIONAL, announces state of the art life like training for surgeons at Charing Cross Congress (26 – 29 April 2016), Olympia Grand, London, UK. With maximized patient safety as a priority, VASCULAR INTERNATIONAL are dedicated to improving the skills and outcomes in vascular interventions. With this goal in mind, Getinge Group provides the platform at Charing Cross, by hosting a series of workshops in which participants will have hands-on experience using the Maquet vascular grafts and learn the latest techniques from the experts. “We, at Getinge Group, are committed to partnering in training with the medical community and therefore very pleased about our ongoing partnership with VASCULAR INTERNATIONAL.  Both organizations understand the importance of providing the appropriate training and guidance to surgeons early on in their medical careers. These workshops allow not only hands-on experience on training models but also provide the participants with the opportunity to network and build relationships with medical experts moving forward” says Markus Stirner-Schilling, Vice President, Marketing & Academy Getinge Group, Europe, Middle East & Africa. About Getinge Group at Charing Cross: Registered visitors are invited to visit Getinge Group on booth 708 from 26 – 29 April 2016, Olympia Grand, London, UK. About Getinge Group Getinge Group is a leading global provider of innovative solutions for operating rooms, intensive-care units, Hospital wards, sterilization departments, elderly care and for life science companies and institutions. With genuine passion for life we build quality and safety into every system. Our unique value proposition mirrors the continuum of care, enhancing efficiency throughout the clinical pathway. Based on our first-hand experience and close partnerships, we are able to exceed expectations from customers – improving the every-day life for people, today and tomorrow. For further information please contact: Tracey Dawe: Director Communications, Europe, Middle East & Tel: +44 7717784965

Benefit Cosmetics Launches the Bold Is Beautiful Project In Canada

THE BOLD IS BEAUTIFUL PROJECT - EMPOWERING BIG DREAMS & BOLD MOVES!  In May, Benefit will donate EVERY DOLLAR from BROW WAX SERVICES to charities empowering women.* LOOK GOOD, DO GOOD! In 1976, Co-Founders Jean & Jane Ford introduced a totally new “feel-good” approach to beauty on the streets of San Francisco. Behind their fast and fabulous solutions and beauty banter was an important motto, Laughter is the Best Cosmetic. Jean & Jane have always believed that beauty runs deeper than the surface and that women are at their most beautiful when they are bold, confident and empowered. The Bold is Beautiful Project continues this legacy and reaches beyond our beauty counter to give back to the local communities that we call home. Through the Bold is Beautiful Project, Benefit transforms brows for bolder futures! Every dollar from Benefit’s signature brow wax service will go to charities empowering women and girls around the world. TRANSFORM BROWS FOR BOLDER FUTURES! Our vision is to affect change in the world by creating a long-lasting, positive change in the lives of women and girls around the world. We put this vision to action in 2015 by launching the Bold is Beautiful Project in the US, UK, France, & Australia. In its inaugural year, Benefit waxed over 170,000 brows, and raised over $2.9 million US Dollars, which was donated to 11 partner charities focused on empowering women and girls through education & mentorship, access to wellness, and economic self-sufficiency. When a girl realizes her full potential, she’s unstoppable!  CANADIAN CHARITY PARTNERS Proceeds from every Benefit Brow Wax in the month of May will be donated to*: Look Good, Feel Better – Beauty Gives Back “When a woman’s eyebrows are shaped to complement her features, they add definition and personality. When I was undergoing treatment for cancer, losing my brows and eyelashes left me feeling expressionless. At Look Good Feel Better one of our most empowering Signature Steps is teaching women how to boost their self-image by recreating the look of lost brows and lashes.”- Sherry Abbott, Executive Director, Beauty Gives Back Habitat for Humanity – Women Build “This campaign is a perfect match for our Habitat Women Build program. When the ladies of Benefit came out to support a local build, they traded in their pumps for work boots to build a home for a single mother with four kids. When women come together to build safe, decent homes for low-income families, they walk away feeling strong, capable and empowered. Knowing at the end of a fun day working together, they’ve changed the life of a family forever.”- Meghan Reddick, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Habitat for Humanity Canada GET WAXED & GIVE BACK!  Book your brow wax to help empower women & girls in your community - find a location ( Learn more about the Bold Is Beautiful Project (   *100% of the purchase price of all brow wax services sold in May at the Benefit Boutique and Sephora Brow Bars in Canada will be donated to the following registered Canadian charities: Habitat for Humanity Canada (118950120RR0001) and Canadian Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association Foundation (133740316RR0001) operating as Beauty Gives Back™. Donation amount excludes taxes. Benefit’s donations will be split 50-50 between the charities.    

Tieto's Interim Report 1/2016 – Healthy growth in IT services and continued profitability improvement

Tieto Corporation          INTERIM REPORT        26 April 2016, 8.00 am EET · Industry Products driving growth – in line with the ambition to expand software businesses · Product Development Services performing well · New strategy to accelerate innovation and growth launched The full interim report with tables is available at the end of this release Key figures for the first quarter IT services · Sales growth totalled 6.0%, sales in local currencies up by 7.0% · Adjusted operating profit amounted to EUR 29.1 (24.2) million, 8.6% (7.6) of sales The Group · Sales growth totalled 0.5%, sales in local currencies up by 1.4% · Adjusted operating profit amounted to EUR 31.5 (30.7) million, 8.6% (8.4) of sales · Order intake (Total Contract Value) at an anticipated level of EUR 325 (430) million, down due to the timing of new agreements – order backlog at EUR 1 907 (1 819) million +-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+| |1–3/2016|1–3/2015|+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Net sales, EUR million | 367.5  | 365.6  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|   Change, % | 0.5  | -5.5  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|   Change in local currencies, % | 1.4  | -3.2  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating profit (EBITA), EUR million 1) | 31.6  | 17.2  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating margin (EBITA), % | 8.6  | 4.7  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating profit (EBIT), EUR million | 28.3  | 13.9  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Operating margin (EBIT), % | 7.7  | 3.8  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Adjusted 2) operating profit (EBIT), EUR million | 31.5  | 30.7  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Adjusted 2)  operating margin (EBIT), % | 8.6  | 8.4  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Profit after taxes, EUR million | 21.5  | 9.1  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|EPS, EUR | 0.29  | 0.12  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Net cash flow from operations, EUR million | 46.9  | 36.7  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Return on equity, 12-month rolling, % | 25.7  | 4.5  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Return on capital employed, 12-month rolling, % | 27.2  | 7.7  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Capital expenditure and acquisitions, EUR million| 9.4  | 11.6  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Interest-bearing net debt, EUR million | -21.3  | -85.9  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Net debt/EBITDA | -0.1  | -0.6  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Book-to-bill | 0.9  | 1.2  |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Order backlog | 1 907 | 1 819 |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+|Personnel on 31 March |13 200  | 13 456 |+-------------------------------------------------+--------+--------+ 1) includes amortization of all intangible items; previously, only acquisition-related intangible items included2) adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other items Full-year outlook for 2016 Tieto expects its adjusted 1) full-year operating profit (EBIT) to increase from the previous year’s level (EUR 150.8 million in 2015). 1) adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other items  CEO’s commentComment regarding the interim report by Kimmo Alkio, President and CEO:  “We had a good start for the year with accelerated growth and improved profitability in IT services – with growth supported by our recent acquisitions. It is very encouraging to see a number of our businesses outperforming the market. Of the industries, Financial Services and Public, Healthcare and Welfare had a really strong quarter. This success was also visible in Industry Products, which delivered strong growth of 13%. In addition, our cloud services’ competitiveness is demonstrated by revenue growth of 72%.  I’m pleased to see that our performance in the past quarter is well in line with the main choices made in our recently launched strategy. Our ambition is to be customers’ first choice in their business renewal – the dynamic marketplace with its digitalization initiatives opens up new opportunities for both our customers and us. The combination of software-centric industry solutions with our growth investments and high availability cloud services provides us with attractive growth opportunities. While continuing to invest in new technologies and new growth opportunities, we maintain our commitment to continued profitability improvement and an attractive dividend policy. While we aim to be customers’ first choice for business renewal, it is highly inspiring for all of us at Tieto to take an active role in the creation of open ecosystems in pursuit of new sources of innovation and growth.” Financial performance by service line +-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+|EUR million | Customer| Customer|Change,|Operating|Operating profit|| | sales| sales| %| profit| 1–3/2015|| |1–3 /2016| 1–3/2015| | 1–3/2016| |+-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+|Managed Services | 129| 126| 2| 10.8| -8.3|+-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+|Consulting and | 102| 99| 3| 5.6| 8.2||System Integration | | | | | |+-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+|Industry Products | 107| 94| 13| 13.8| 12.6|+-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+|Product Development| 29| 47| -37| 2.6| 6.5||Services | | | | | |+-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+|Support Functions | | | | -4.7| -5.0||and Global | | | | | ||Management | | | | | |+-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+|Total | 367| 366| 1| 28.3| 13.9|+-------------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+----------------+ Operating margin by service line +---------------------------------+----------+----------+-----------+-----------+|% |Operating |Operating |Adjusted1) |Adjusted1) || | margin| margin| operating| operating|| | 1–3 /2016| 1–3/2015| margin | margin|| | | | 1–3 /2016| 1–3/2015|+---------------------------------+----------+----------+-----------+-----------+|Managed Services | 8.4| -6.6| 8.7| 3.6|+---------------------------------+----------+----------+-----------+-----------+|Consulting and System Integration| 5.5| 8.3| 6.8| 10.8|+---------------------------------+----------+----------+-----------+-----------+|Industry Products | 13.0| 13.3| 13.3| 13.4|+---------------------------------+----------+----------+-----------+-----------+|Product Development Services | 9.0| 14.0| 8.4| 14.0|+---------------------------------+----------+----------+-----------+-----------+|Total | 7.7| 3.8| 8.6| 8.4|+---------------------------------+----------+----------+-----------+-----------+ 1) adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other items  Customer sales by industry group +-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|EUR million |Customer sales|Customer sales|Change, %|| | 1–3 /2016| 1–3 /2015| |+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Financial Services | 88| 84| 5|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Manufacturing, Retail and Logistics| 79| 78| 2|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Public, Healthcare and Welfare | 118| 101| 17|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Telecom, Media and Energy | 53| 57| -7|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|IT services | 338| 319| 6|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Product Development Services | 29| 47| -37|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Total | 367| 366| 1|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+ M&A impact by service line +---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+| | Growth, %| Organic growth, %|| |(in local currencies)|(in local currencies)|| | 1–3 /2016| 1–3 /2016|+---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Managed Services | 2.4| 2.4|+---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Consulting and System Integration| 3.2| -1.3|+---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Industry Products | 15.8| 5.8|+---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|IT services | 7.0| 2.6|+---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Product Development Services | 37.5| 37.5|+---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Total | 1.4| -2.5|+---------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+ M&A impact by industry group +-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+| | Growth, %| Organic growth, %|| |(in local currencies)|(in local currencies)|| | 1–3 /2016| 1–3 /2016|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Financial Services | 6.3| 6.3|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Manufacturing, Retail and Logistics| 1.8| 0.1|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Public, Healthcare and Welfare | 17.7| 6.5|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Telecom, Media and Energy | -4.4| -6.8|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|IT services | 7.0| 2.6|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Product Development Services | -37.5| -37.5|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Total | 1.4| -2.5|+-----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+ For further information, please contact: Lasse Heinonen, CFO, tel.+358 2072 66329, +358 50 393 4950, lasse.heinonen (at) tieto.comTanja Lounevirta, Head of Investor Relations,  tel.+358 2072 71725 (http://calltotel+358207271725), +358 50 321 7510, tanja.lounevirta (at) Press conference for analysts and media will be held on Tuesday, April 26, at Tieto’s premises in Stockholm, address: Fjärde Bassängvägen 15, at 11.00 am EET (10.00 am CET, 9.00 am UK time). The results will be presented in English by Kimmo Alkio, President and CEO, and Lasse Heinonen, CFO. The conference will be webcasted (  and can be viewed live on Tieto's website ( To join the conference, attendees need Adobe Flash plugin version 10.1.0 or newer. The meeting participants can also join a telephone conference that will be held at the same time. The telephone conference details can be found below. Telephone conference numbers Finland: +358 (0)9 7479 0361Sweden: +46 (0)8 5033 6574UK: +44 (0)203 043 2002US: +1 719 325 2131Conference code: 6304748 To ensure that you are connected to the conference call, please dial in a few minutes before the start of the press and analyst conference. An on-demand video will be available after the conference. Tieto publishes financial information in English and Finnish. TIETO CORPORATION DISTRIBUTIONNASDAQ HelsinkiNASDAQ StockholmPrincipal Media  Tieto aims to capture the significant opportunities of the data-driven world and turn them into lifelong value for people, business and society. We aim to be customers’ first choice for business renewal by combining our software and services capabilities with a strong drive for co-innovation and ecosystems. Headquartered in Finland, Tieto has over 13,000 experts in close to 20 countries. Tieto’s turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion and shares listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm.

Interim Report January - March 2016

Enea achieved improved operating profit, operating margin and revenues in the first quarter 2016. Enea reported a stable operating margin of over 20 percent, while earnings per share and cash flow increased compared with the same period last year. · Revenue in the first quarter amounted to SEK 120.8 (117.4) million, an increase of 3 percent. · Operating profit for the first quarter increased to SEK 26.9 (23.3) million, corresponding to an operating margin of 22.3 (19.9) percent. · Earnings per share were up to SEK 1.38 (1.19) for the first quarter. · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 38.8 (13.6) million for the quarter. Cash and cash equivalents and financial investments amounted to SEK 227.8 (222.5) million at the end of the quarter. · The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual Genereal Meeting approves a transfer to shareholders of SEK 4.20 (3.60) per share through an automatic redemption program. January to March 2016 (first quarter previous year in brackets) · Revenue, SEK 120.8 (117.4) million · Revenue growth, 3 (16) % · Revenue growth, currency adjusted, 3 (8) % · Operating profit, SEK 26.9 (23.3) million · Operating margin, 22.3 (19.9) % · Net profit after tax, SEK 21.9 (19.2) million · Earnings per share, SEK 1.38 (1.19) · Change in earnings per share, 16 (35) % * · Cash flow (from operating activities), SEK 38.8 (13.3) million · Cash and cash equivalents and financial investments, SEK 227.8 (222.5) million * Compared with the same period last year Anders Lidbeck, President and CEO comments: “Strong profits Going into 2016, our target was to keep our profit margin stable at levels above 20 percent, and with the ambition of increasing our earnings in absolute terms, and per share, on 2015. Looking back at the first quarter, we achieved an operating margin of 22.3 (19.9) percent, and a 16 percent increase in earnings per share to SEK 1.38 (1.19). Operating profit for the quarter was SEK 26.9 million, which is also a 16 percent increase on the same period of the previous year. We also achieved very strong cash flow from operating activities in the period of SEK 38.8 (13.6) million. Revenue also progressed satisfactorily, with growth of 3 percent compared with the same quarter previous year. Product-related service sales are continuing to grow, but total revenues from our service business were unchanged on the same period of the previous year, which means that overall growth was somewhat moderate. This means that in the first quarter, our software business grew year over year, and once again, our highest growth is outside our Key Accounts. Of itself, this is an important target for us, because we think this is the best way to create consistent and positive progress over time. Expert knowledge not only confined to our products, but also the capacity to deliver integrated projects effectively and with high quality is, and will remain, a key component in a world where open source is becoming ever more significant. Accordingly, our service business will become strategically more central to Enea. At the beginning of the second quarter, we announced a major new deal in this segment in the US, and now that it has been secured, I expect growth in our service business to be healthy in the second quarter. Substantial investments in our product portfolio Simultaneous with being able to post excellent margins, we are continuing to invest substantially in our product portfolio. In the following order, they centre on three main points: continuing to develop the products and solutions we already have in our portfolio, working strategically on expanding our portfolio, and working actively to integrate and coordinate the various offerings we have more clearly. One example of the first is that exactly two years ago, we sowed the first seeds of a fully open implementation of the Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) standard defined by the Linux Foundation. Since then, technology contributors to public email lists have been able to follow progress under Enea’s management, and now other companies and individuals, even our direct competitors, have engaged and become contributors. In this quarter, we were able to report that we have now achieved one of the original endpoints, and that Enea Linux has now joined the exclusive cluster of Linux distributors that the Linux Foundation officially recognises as fully compatible with the CGL 5.0 specification. For the expansion of our portfolio, obviously one of the milestones this quarter was our acquisition of Centred Logic, and its ElementCenter network management solution - a deal with strategic and tactical significance. From a strategic perspective, we were able to expand our portfolio in a new direction, and towards a new market where we were not previously present. From a tactical perspective, there was also a clear connection with the news relating to on-device management, which we were able to announce for our Element product last year.  On the coordination of our product portfolio and service offering, there have been a number of developments. Firstly, we were able to demo a complete solution of our various components - Enea Linux, COSNOS, Element and ElementCenter - interacting in the NFV segment at the Mobile World Congress. Jointly with ARM, hardware vendors and selected software players, we were able to demo a complete implementation at system level. Secondly, we were able to announce an enhanced Packaged Services offering in the quarter, where we made our service business available in a new format, packaging our services more consistently with our product offering. Continuous rationalization To be able to combine substantial investments in our product portfolio with continued earnings growth, our long-term strategy is to increase our share of development engineers in Romania, where the hourly cost of development is far lower than in Western Europe and the US. We closed down our development function in France in 2015, transferring its work to our operation in Romania. In the same year, we also opened a second office in Romania alongside Bucharest, in Iasi. We possess a very high level of Linux competence in Romania, and in late-2015, we transferred our global Competence Center there. The fundamental technology and market trends are clear, and we are focusing just as clearly on being part of these trends by developing new technology segments and new business models, simultaneous with continuing to develop our existing business. By enhancing, expanding and integrating the various products and solutions we possess, and by still actively screening acquisitions, we are building a progressively stronger position in a very attractive market. We are continuing our endeavour to build a bigger and stronger company, which delivers increasing value to customers, employees and shareholders. With strong finances, good cash flows and a more secure market position, we view the future with confidence.  We are retaining our objective of achieving revenue growth for the full year 2016, and we expect earnings per share to improve compared to 2015.” Press and analyst meeting Press 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: Tuesday April 26 at 08:30 am CET.Link: number: SE: +46 856642669, UK: +44 2030089804 The full report is published at This information is such that Enea AB (publ) is to publish in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on April 26, 2016 at 7.20 CET. For more information visit or contact:Anders Lidbeck, President & CEOE-mail: Julia Steffensen, Executive AssistantPhone: +46 70 971 03 33E-mail: About EneaEnea is a global supplier of network software platforms and world class services, with a vision of helping customers develop amazing functions in a connected society. We are committed to working together with customers and leading hardware vendors as a key contributor in the open source community, developing and hardening optimal software solutions. Every day, more than three billion people around the globe rely on our technologies in a wide range of applications in multiple verticals – from Telecom and Automotive, to Medical and Avionics. We have offices in Europe, North America and Asia, and are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. Discover more at and start a conversation at Enea®, Enea OSE®, Netbricks®, Polyhedra®, Zealcore®, Enea® Element, Enea® Optima, Enea® LINX, Enea® Accelerator,  Enea® dSPEED Platform and COSNOS® are registered trademarks of Enea AB and its subsidiaries. Enea OSE®ck, Enea OSE® Epsilon, Enea® Optima Log Analyzer, Enea® Black Box Recorder, Polyhedra® Lite, Enea® System Manager, Enea® ElementCenter NMS, Enea® On-device Management and Embedded for LeadersTM 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. © Enea AB 2016. 

MD Anderson Cancer Center to acquire Elekta linear accelerators and other radiotherapy solutions

Bill Yaeger, Elekta’s Executive Vice President, Region North America, says: “As a world-renowned cancer center, MD Anderson has been a technology leader in managing the disease. In addition to being one of the first U.S. medical centers to acquire Elekta’s new Leksell Gamma Knife® Icon™ ( brain radiosurgery system, MD Anderson is also part of the consortium to develop the world’s first high-field MR-guided linear accelerator. We are proud that it has chosen us again in the expansion of its facilities in Texas. Both organizations share a commitment to quality and the best care possible for patients.” The order, for four Infinity treatment systems, will also include Elekta’s high-resolution beam shaping solution, the Agility™ ( 160-leaf multi-leaf collimator. The deal also includes four high-dose-rate (HDR) brachytherapy afterloaders and Oncentra® Brachy ( treatment planning; MOSAIQ® ( Oncology Information System (OIS); Active Breathing Coordinator™ ( units; as well as service for the hardware and software. The order will be booked in Elekta’s fourth quarter, fiscal year 2015-16. # # # For further information, please contact:Gert van Santen, Group Vice President Corporate Communications, Elekta ABTel: +31 653 561 242, e-mail: gert.vansanten@elekta.comTime zone: CET: Central European TimeTobias Bülow, Director Financial Communication, Elekta ABTel: +46 722 215 017, e-mail: tobias.bulow@elekta.comTime zone: CET: Central European TimeThe above information is such that Elekta AB (publ) shall make public in accordance with the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was published at 07:30 CET on April 26, 2016.About ElektaElekta is a human care company pioneering significant innovations and clinical solutions for treating cancer and brain disorders. The company develops sophisticated, state-of-the-art tools and treatment planning systems for radiation therapy, radiosurgery and brachytherapy, as well as workflow enhancing software systems across the spectrum of cancer care. Stretching the boundaries of science and technology, providing intelligent and resource-efficient solutions that offer confidence to both health care providers and patients, Elekta aims to improve, prolong and even save patient lives.Today, Elekta solutions in oncology and neurosurgery are used in over 6,000 hospitals worldwide. Elekta employs around 3,800 employees globally. The corporate headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden, and the company is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm. Website:

Thule Group CEO and President Magnus Welander comments on the first quarter 2016

The positive trend from 2015 continued in the first quarter of 2016, with a sales growth of 6 percent after currency adjustments and a sharp increase in profitability. Similar to 2015 it was the Sport&Cargo Carriers and Other Outdoor&Bags product categories that drove growth, while Bags for Electronic Devices was more challenged. In terms of our geographic markets, Europe continued to be the company’s growth engine, largely due to a number of successful product launches. The many new products introduced during the quarter gave rise to higher launch costs than in the same period previous year. We were still able to improve our operating profit after currency adjustment by 15 percent driven by higher sales and a positive product mix. On a rolling annual basis, the underlying EBIT margin thus amounted to 16.3 percent (16.0 percent for the full-year 2015). Successful launches for Outdoor&Bags Sales for Outdoor&Bags rose SEK 66m during the quarter, driven primarily by a number of successful major product launches in the end of the quarter. The most important of these launches were made in the bike carriers categories in Europe. The new model of the world’s bestselling roof-mounted bike carrier Thule ProRide, and Thule VeloSpace (a tow bar mounted bike carrier for heavy e-bikes) have both generated a great deal of market interest. Other examples of successful launches included the new Thule Versant and Thule Stir hiking backpacks, which have been very well received. Europe continues to perform well During the quarter, sales in Region Europe & ROW increased 11 percent after currency adjustment. We continued to capture market shares in the region in the largest category, Sport&Cargo Carriers. Furthermore, we continued to grow strongly in Other Outdoor&Bags due to the expanded range of backpacks in Sport&Travel Bags. We also increased the number of stores that sell our sports strollers and bicycle trailers during the quarter. In RV Products, we captured further market shares in a category that moreover displayed robust market growth. The Bags for Electronic Devices category was negatively affected during the quarter. Sales of camera bags continued to decline and a number of smaller export markets had a weaker development. During the quarter our Asian third-party distribution center was relocated from Hong Kong to Yantian on the Chinese mainland without any problems. The new structure will yield cost savings and more efficient management of goods sold in Asia. Region Americas in line with expectations In Region Americas, sales declined by 4 percent in the quarter, which was in line with our expectations. Aside from the continued negative trend for Bags for Electronic Devices, sales in Latin America were weak, largely attributable to the generally problematic economic situation and some degree of political unrest. Sport&Cargo Carriers performed well, with roof racks and bike carriers as the strongest cate-gories. The major new volume product was the tow bar mounted Thule T2 Pro bike carrier. Other Outdoor&Bags posted another quarter of strong growth, with our sport strollers and hiking backpacks proving to be particularly positive categories. We inaugurated our new roof box plant in Chicago during the quarter. The new plant has a more efficient layout that facilitates greater flexibility and cost efficiency. We also opened a new third-party distribution center in the Western US. The new center is the first step in the sweeping reorganization of the North American distribution structure that we will implement over the coming 18-month period. Another strong quarter for Work Gear Work Gear continued to perform well in the first quarter and sales increased SEK 6m (4 percent after currency adjustment) and underlying EBIT improved by SEK 10m. Our focus on profitable growth with an emphasis on an enhanced product mix and reduced product costs contributed to the profitability improvement. We look forward to an active spring and summer With a good start to the year and many exciting new products at the retail level, we look forward to an interesting and highly active spring and summer season.


President and CEO, David Woolley, comments on Q1 2016 interim report: The group’s sales for the first quarter were down year-on-year by 15% in constant currency. The primary reason for the lower sales year-on-year was the lower US volumes in the Class 8 heavy duty truck market, down by over 30% in the quarter, following a peak in the replacement cycle during the second half of 2015 and a subsequent correction of inventory levels. Conversely, the European truck market has continued to show steady growth. Off-highway sectors in both North America and Europe have remained soft as a result of low commodity prices and dealers having to de-stock inventory. Concentric Business Excellence (“CBE”) has been key in our ability to adapt operations to lower demand and thereby defend our margins. All parts of the business participate in this programme, driving continuous improvement in customer service levels, employee motivation and operational excellence. The successful implementation of this model has continued to strengthen the consolidated results, ensuring that the underlying EBIT margin for the first quarter improved slightly to 16.5%, in spite of the continuing market headwinds. Outlook Looking forward, the orders received, and expected to be fulfilled during the second quarter of 2016, were in line with the sales levels of the first quarter of 2016. We expect that the positive demand trend for European medium and heavy duty trucks will continue but that North and South America will remain challenging for both on- and off-highway sectors. Market indices suggest that production volumes will improve across all end sectors during the second half of 2016. Concentric remains well positioned both financially and operationally, to fully leverage our market opportunities. For further information, please contact:David Woolley (President and CEO) or David Bessant (CFO) at Tel: +44 121 445 6545 or E-mail: info@concentricab.comConcentric AB (publ) is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Mid Cap. The information in this report is of the type that Concentric is required to disclose under the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication at 8.00am on 26 April, 2016.  This report contains forward-looking information in the form of statements concerning the outlook for Concentric’s operations. This information is based on the current expectations of Concentric’s management, as well as estimates and forecasts. The actual future outcome could vary significantly compared with the information provided in this report, which is forward-looking, due to such considerations as changed conditions concerning the economy, market and competition.

NEXT Biometrics Group ASA – Smart Card sensor launch, First order & Trading Update

NEXT BIOMETRICS SHOWCASES ITS FIRST FULLY FLEXIBLE FINGERPRINT SENSOR FOR SMART CARDS In a launch to be held at DnB-TV today at 08:30, NEXT Biometrics CEO Tore Etholm Idsøe shows the world’s first smart card compatible flexible fingerprint sensor. (link to presentation will be published at ) ” We have previously announced that we will not comment further on our smart card developments until we have something material to prove”, Etholm Idsøe stated.  ” We are now proud to announce that our ISO-compliance includes the recently published ISO/IEC 17839 standard, and to our knowledge this makes us the only supplier to meet this specification. We have always believed that the Active Thermal principle, patented by NEXT, is optimally positioned to produce a flexible sensor, which has the required size to be secure and convenient for almost 100 per cent of the population. Etholm Idsøe emphasized, we are now in the process of setting up production lines capable of delivering tens of millions of sensors at an acceptable yield. This includes some risk and is targeted to be completed in H1-2017. The card industry is showing a strong interest in working with NEXT, and this market will be our main focus in the upcoming quarters. NEXT RECEIVES FIRST SMART CARD INDUSTRY MASS PRODUCTION ORDER FOR FINGERPRINT SENSORS  NEXT Biometrics ASA has received the industry’s first biometric smart card volume order. The initial order has a value of NOK 12 million and shipments are scheduled to start in Q3 2016. The first shipments will consist of rigid sensors. Volumes to our undisclosed customer are expected to increase to a total of 650 000 units in  2017. The on-going development with our customer is aiming to ship a mass-produced, fully flexible and ISO-compliant biometric smartcard that will meet all requirements in this segment during 2017.  This collaboration is aiming at introducing biometrics into ISO standard smart cards – a market that currently is estimated to grow to several hundreds of millions units per annum. NEXT CEO Tore Etholm-Idsøe says: ”Our (undisclosed) customer has done an impressive job in bringing out this product, as the first of its kind, and they have a high profile end customer waiting to take contracted deliveries. We are very proud to say this is the world´s first mass production order for fingerprint sensors on smart cards. For NEXT this is an important milestone as it demonstrates our leading position within the smart card market. As far as we know, no other company has yet managed to meet all mandatory ISO standard requirements. NEXT and a growing number of key industry players now seems to agree that NEXT technology is uniquely positioned for success in the smart card space.   Being able to meet both the ISO and the real life mass market minimum requirements of sensor size is recognized as key to success in the quality critical smart card applications. The Active Thermal Principle, patented by NEXT is perfectly suited for producing a flexible sensor with the size required for the solution to be secure and convenient for close to 100 per cent of a population, - and at an affordable price.” TRADING UPDATE Q1-2016  -  OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS… - Ramp up of Notebook market volumes- Sales of NOK 5.2 million- Key smart card technical milestones met- Significant strategic smart card customer progress Cash and cash equivalents amounted to NOK 76.2 million by the end of Q1 2016 compared to NOK 130.2 million by the end of Q4 2015. The majority of the increased negative cash-flow compared to previous quarters is related to high production costs during mass production ramp up, increased working capital and investments in smart card activities The operations, including investments, consumed cash in an amount of NOK 54 million in the first quarter of 2016 compared to NOK 44.2 million in the previous quarter and NOK 30.5 in the first quarter of 2015. Revenues of NOK 5.2 millions in Q1 2016 compared to NOK 1.7 in Q4 2015, and NOK 2.4 million in Q1-2015. The Company will announce its quarterly report for Q1 2016 on 24 May 2016. ABOUT NEXT BIOMETRICS: Enabled by its patented NEXT Active Thermal principle, NEXT Biometrics ( offers high quality area fingerprint sensors at a fraction of the prices of comparable competitors. A wide range of product formats including Smartphones, Tablets, PC's, Doors, Time registration systems, Wearables, Payment terminals, Flashdrives, USB-tokens, Key fobs and many more are targeted. NEXT BIOMETRICS GROUP ASA is a publicly listed company headquartered in Oslo, Norway and with sales, support and development subsidiaries in Seattle, Silicon Valley, Taipei, Prague and Shanghai. Media and Investor contacts for NEXT Biometrics:Tore Etholm Idsøe, CEO, andKnut Stalen, CFO,

Finnair enhances its A350 sky shopping experience with new Ivana Helsinki collaboration

Finnair will heighten the passenger shopping experience onboard its A350 aircrafts by opening a Ivana Helsinki clothing shop in its Nordic Sky Wi-Fi portal. Ivana Helsinki is an independent art, fashion & cinema brand, delicately mending Slavic melancholy and pure Scandinavian moods in its clothes for women. The company is based in Helsinki, Finland and was founded in 1998. The Ivana Helsinki collection is directly accessible, without any additional fees, on any handheld devices or laptops connected to the Nordic Sky Wi-Fi portal. “Ivana Helsinki is the second sky shop we open in our acclaimed Nordic Sky Wi-Fi portal,” says Jarkko Konttinen, Vice President, Inflight Experience, Finnair. “We began with the Makia Clothing cooperation in February and this new launch with Ivana Helsinki shows our commitment in enhancing our product selection. We will continue to further develop the shopping experience for our customers and we are committed in introducing new services to enhance the overall customer experience onboard.” “We are delighted to be Finnair’s partner in this new era of shopping,” says Pirjo Suhonen, founder of Ivana Helsinki. “This is another way to bring enjoyment and excitement to flying. With this new collaboration, the best of Scandinavian design will be made available to Finnair’s customers and we are happy to be a part of this selection.” All passengers on A350 flights can use the Nordic Sky Wi-Fi portal with their own devices free of charge in both travelling classes. Through the portal, passengers have access to, news services and Finnair services such as destination information, customer care and pre-order shopping. Passengers can also use Nordic Sky to order taxis via the Cabforce Taxi Service to the destination airport and book destination services such as trips, dinner cruises and concert tickets with Viator Destination Services. Finnair currently operates four A350 aircraft and WiFi access is available for sale to economy class customers. Finnair will install WiFi access for the rest of its Airbus fleet, with installations starting later this year. More info about the Nordic Sky Wi-Fi portal and Ivana Helsinki shop in A350:

Millicom's Q1 2016 Results, 26 April 2016

Key highlights of Q1 2016 (i) · Revenue of $1.53 billion - organic service revenue up 4.1% (ii) · Adjusted EBITDA (iii) at $550 million, organic growth of 7.0% · Adjusted EBITDA margin at 36.0% - increased by 1.8 percentage points · LTE launch in Paraguay, DTH launch in Colombia · Disposal of DRC mobile business completed · Refinancing of the SEK bond – maturity profile extended, improved terms Key financial indicators $m Q1 2016 Q1 2015 % changeRevenue 1,528 1,670 (8.5%)Organic growth 2.1% 9.3%    Service revenue 1,435 1,534 (6.4%)    Organic growth 4.1% 5.1%Adjusted EBITDA 550 571 (3.6%)Adjusted EBITDA margin 36.0% 34.2%Capex (iv) 195 186 4.7%Net debt 4,419 3,941 12.1%Adjusted EPS ($) (v) 0.22 0.38 (42.1%) · Latam: Q1 reported organic revenue growth of 0.7% to $1,308 million due to lower handset sales whilst service revenue grew 2.9% as data continued to grow strongly partially offset by competitive intensity on mobile pricing and slower fixed B2B in Colombia, as well as some seasonal effect from Easter holidays falling in Q1 this year. The cable rollout continued strongly with a further 132,000 new HFC homes passed in the quarter. EBITDA was $525 million including $8 million one-off charges relating to a bad debt expense. · Africa: Q1 reported organic revenue growth of 11.9% to $220 million with service revenue growing 12.1%. All countries with the exception of Rwanda reported double digit growth. Benefiting from actions to improve margins, EBITDA grew strongly, 11.8% on Q4 and 13.5% year-on-year to $57 million at a margin of 25.8%. DRC is now treated as a discontinued operation. · Corporate costs: Reduction to $41 million compared to $45 million in Q4 15 and $59 million in Q1 15. (i) This financial information presented in this earnings release is with Guatemala (55% owned) & Honduras (66.7% owned) as if fully consolidated. See page 16 for reconciliation with IFRS numbers. The comparative 2015 financial information in this earnings release has been represented as a result of the classification of our operations in DRC as discontinued operations (in accordance with IFRS 5)(ii) Organic growth represents year-on year-growth in local currency (includes regulatory changes)Service revenue is defined as Group revenue excluding telephone & equipment sales(iii) Adjusted EBITDA is defined as reported EBITDA excluding restructuring and integration costs and other one-off items – See page 7 for reconciliation(iv) Balance sheet capital expenditure, excludes spectrum and license costs(v) Basic EPS adjusted for non-operating items see page 15 for reconciliation CEO’s Statement Luxembourg, 26 April 2016 “We are squarely focused on improving operational leverage and delivering profitable and responsible growth. During the first quarter of 2016, organic adjusted EBITDA grew by 7.0% ahead of a 4.1% increase in service revenue, in line with our outlook for 2016. This quarter has seen a continuation of the macro headwinds which we forecast earlier in the year and this economic environment has continued to significantly impact our headline performance. However, it is pleasing to see greater resilience and performance improvements in our revenue mix, both by geography and by business unit.  In our Mobile business, growth continued driven by data uptake. Our focus on “volume to value” has delivered rapid improvements in data profitability. We will continue to drive our commercial strategy to optimise investments in 4G. Momentum is robust in Cable, with the Home segment growing organically by 13.6%. The expansion of our HFC footprint continues as we added 132,000 homes passed, 31,000 new homes connected and 117,000 RGUs. Fixed B2B revenue also delivered a 7.3% increase although this was slower than in Q4 as we saw delays in new contract signings in Colombia. However, we continue to see this as a very promising sector and we have opened new data centres in Paraguay, Tanzania, Ghana and Chad with additional ones coming up in Colombia and Senegal. This will allow us to expand our services to more business customers and to further leverage the Tigo network. In Latin America revenue grew by 0.7%, reflecting a significant decline in handset sales in Colombia as new third party channels were opened. Service revenue growth was stronger at 2.9% but held back by slightly slower growth in Colombia. Paraguay demonstrated concrete signs of revenue recovery and margin stability. We have further strengthened our service offer in Paraguay with a bolt-on cable acquisition, which is subject to regulatory approval, and launched LTE. In Africa, we had a strong quarter as actions to improve our profitability started to take effect. Revenue grew almost 12% with Ghana growth accelerating and Chad recovering. We also saw a recovery in adjusted EBITDA which, excluding DRC, increased 11.8% compared to Q4 15. We opened our Fintech centre of excellence in Tanzania to capitalize on our leadership of Mobile Financial Services in the country and announced full mobile money interoperability – a world first. We continue to deliver reductions in our cost base at all levels of the business and this quarter we once again brought down corporate costs from $59 million a year ago to $41 million, and also commenced a number of transformation activities and outsourcing projects at the local level to focus on cost control and optimizing the way we work. Meanwhile, our investment strategy is concentrated on our most promising markets and on investments which add value to our core business. Whilst we have also set about rebalancing the capital structure through decisive steps to strengthen our balance sheet and reorientate our portfolio. Last week we completed the sale of our mobile business in DRC, whilst the week before we refinanced our Swedish bond on improved terms. We now have only around $400 million of debt maturing before 2018 and sit on a comfortable level of liquidity. The Nomination Committee announced proposals for a new Chairman and new Members of the Board of Directors and we welcomed our new Chief Human Resources Officer, Daniel Loria, into the group.  Looking forward, we will continue to execute our strategy to build The Digital Lifestyle for our customers and monetise it for our shareholders and staying focused on improving profitability. We are driving our cash flow through increasing margins and lower capex whilst being disciplined in our capital allocation. We are well positioned to use our infrastructure, our network, our talent and our customer understanding to harness the strong fundamentals presented in our markets. ” Mauricio RamosCEO, Millicom Outlook Millicom outlook for 2016 remains: Basis OutlookService revenue (a) To grow mid-single digitAdjusted EBITDA (b) To grow mid to high-single digitCapex (c) Between $1.15 and $1.25 billion (a) Service revenue is Group revenue excluding telephone and equipment sales (b) Adjusted EBITDA excludes restructuring and integration costs and other one-off items (c) Capex excludes the impact of spectrum and licence costs The outlook for 2016 is based on constant currency, at a constant perimeter with Guatemala and Honduras fully consolidated and on our current assessment of the emerging markets macroeconomic outlook. For service revenue this is a 2015 currency adjusted basis (using February 2016 exchange rates) of $5.73 billion and for Adjusted EBITDA a currency adjusted basis of $2.09 billion. Shareholder remuneration At the AGM to be convened on 17 May 2016, the Board will propose an ordinary dividend payment of $2.64 per share. We reiterate our dividend policy for no less than $2 per share, and at least 30% of adjusted net profit (vi). (vi) Adjusted net profit is defined as reported net profit excluding non-operating items and similar items classified under ‘other non-operating income (expenses)’. Guatemala and Honduras On 31 December 2015, the existing call options with local partners lapsed and under IFRS 10 and 11, Millicom deconsolidated its investments in Comcel (Guatemala) and Celtel (Honduras). From 31 December 2015 onwards, Millicom accounts for its investments in Comcel and Celtel under the equity method and thus reports its share of the net income of each of these businesses in the income statement in the caption “Income (loss) from joint ventures” starting 1 January 2016. For the purpose of comparison and to provide users of this report a full understanding of the financial condition of the Group, the financial information presented in this earnings release is and will continue to be as if the Honduran and Guatemalan businesses continue to be fully consolidated, in line with our segmental reporting established in accordance with IFRS 8. Further information on the accounting implications of the deconsolidation are provided in the notes to the financial statements as of 31 December 2015. Conference call details A presentation and conference call to discuss results of the quarter will take place at 14.00 Stockholm / 14.00 Luxembourg / 13.00 London / 08.00 New York, on Tuesday 26April 2016.  For those unable to attend, Millicom will also provide a conference call. Dial-in numbers: + 46 (0) 850 65 3931, + 352 2088 1429, + 44 203 427 1920, +1 646 254 3374. Access code: 6047515  A live audio stream of the analyst presentation can also be accessed at Please dial in / log on 10 minutes prior to the start of the conference call to allow time for registration. Slides to accompany the conference call are available at Significant events of the quarter Corporate news 8 Feb 2016: Millicom to sell its Democratic Republic of Congo business to Orange 15 Feb 2016: Millicom signs agreement to acquire TV Cable Parana in Paraguay 11 Mar 2016: The Nomination Committee proposes new Board Directors 30 Mar 2016: Millicom appoints Daniel Loria as EVP of HR Business news 12 Jan 2016: Tigo Paraguay to offer customers 4G internet accessible on all enabled smartphones 19 Jan 2016: Tigo announces the construction of Paraguay’s first UPTIME Tier 3 Certified Data Centre 18 Feb 2016: Airtel, Tigo and Vodacom agree on mobile money interoperability in Tanzania Financial news 8 Jan 2016: Fitch affirms Millicom at BB+ 10 Feb 2016: Millicom Q4 and FY 2015 results 29 Feb 2016: Millicom and Comcel senior ratings maintained at Ba1 by Moody’s, with negative outlook Subsequent events 4 Apr 2016: Publication of Millicom 2015 Annual Report and CR … 12 Apr 2016: Millicom announces tender offer for its 2017 SEK bond 13 Apr 2016: The Nomination Committee proposes additional new Board Director 18 Apr 2016: Millicom announces success of its Early Tender Offer and new bond placement 21 Apr 2016: Millicom announces closing of DRC sale to Orange Agenda 17 May 2016: 2016 AGM 21 Jul 2016: Q2 16 results 25 Oct 2016: Q3 16 results

Rental growth and value increases produce strong earnings

Increased rental income and lower interest expenses led to a 16 per cent increase in profit from property management. Persistently declining yield requirements on the property market and value-adding projects paved the way for continued strong value growth in the property portfolio. “Stockholm’s healthy growth and companies’ shift in focus in favour of quality are benefitting the rental trend in our areas. At the start of the year, we also noted that positive market conditions, with high demand on the rental market, low market interest rates and rising rent levels are persisting, paving the way for strong earnings for 2016. Our ambition is for 2016 to be Fabege’s most exciting year yet,” comments Fabege’s CEO, Christian Hermelin.  Fabege AB (publ)      For further information, please contact:Christian Hermelin, CEO, Fabege, tel +46 (0)8-555 148 25, +46 (0)733-87 18 25Åsa Bergström, Executive Vice President and CFO, tel +46 (0)8-555 148 29, +46 (0)706-66 13 80  This information is of the type that Fabege AB (publ) is required to disclose according to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was released for publication on the date specified above.Fabege AB (publ) is one of Sweden’s leading property companies focusing on letting and managing office premises as well as property development. Fabege owns properties with a total carrying amount of SEK 40.5bn. The property portfolio, which is concentrated in the Stockholm region, has a rental value on an annualised basis amounting to SEK 2.2bn and a lettable area of 1.1 million sqm. Fabege’s shares are listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, in the Large Cap segment.

NeuroVive starts preclinical TBI program in collaboration with PENN

The TBI preclinical research program includes 3 different studies evaluating the protective effect of NeuroSTAT® in a TBI experimental model. TBI is an important unsolved problem in the medical field: nerve cell protection following moderate to severe brain trauma. There currently exist no approved treatments for this medical problem therefore ensuring there are appropriate studies which can evaluate the potential efficacy of a new treatment option is extremely important. PENN will provide NeuroVive with important data regarding the potential effect in this condition. These preclinical studies will complement the ongoing CHIC study which is evaluating NeuroSTAT® in clinical practice.  The preclinical research program will provide additional preclinical data for NeuroSTAT® in the treatment of TBI to support the regulatory filings for the TBI registration. “We are very pleased to begin these preclinical studies in collaboration with Drs. Susan Margulies and Todd Kilbaugh at the University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia who are experts in TBI experimental models. The TBI research program is a priority for NeuroVive and we are putting extra efforts to progress both the preclinical program as well as the CHIC trial to ensure we understand the potential use of NeuroSTAT® in this serious medical condition” said Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer of NeuroVive.  “After extensive preparatory work, we have now begun the first phase of the TBI program. It was important that we set up the first phase correctly as the findings of this will be critical for the next two phases of the TBI program. We have been working for several years to develop clinically relevant experimental models of TBI, and believe that the testing of novel pharmaceutical treatments in our models, such as NeuroSTAT®, will facilitate and improve the future clinical development of TBI,” commented Dr. Susan S. Margulies, Professor in Bioengineering and Neurosurgery at the University of Pennsylvania About TBITraumatic brain injury (TBI) is brain damage that occurs after an external trauma to the head, where nerve cells receive immediate damage. The injury deteriorates for several days after the accident, often leading to a significant impact on the overall injurious effect. TBI afflicts approximately 1.7 million Americans annually with more than 52,000 associated deaths and 275,000 hospitalisations. [i] (http://file:///Q:/Neurovive/Pressreleaser/Skarpa/2016-04-21%20-%20PENN%20TBI/2016-04-26%20-%20NeuroVive%20starts%20preclinical%20TBI%20program%20in%20collaboration%20with%20PENN.docx#_edn1) Both direct and indirect costs associated with TBI are estimated at more than $60 billion with a high number of patients left with moderate to severe disabilities requiring intensive care and support. It is hoped that better treatments for TBI, such as NeuroSTAT®, will lead to increased survival and greatly improved outcomes in terms of the ability of patients to function normally following a severe TBI. About NeuroViveNeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is a pioneer in mitochondrial medicine company committed to the discovery and development of highly targeted candidates that preserve mitochondrial integrity and function in areas of significant therapeutic need. NeuroVive’s business approach is driven by value-adding partnerships with mitochondrial research institutions and commercial partners across the globe. NeuroVive’s portfolio consists of two clinical projects in acute kidney injury (AKI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI), one candidate in preclinical development and two drug discovery platforms. NeuroSTAT® has orphan drug status in Europe and in the US for treatment of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury and is currently being evaluated in a Phase II study. CicloMulsion® is being evaluated in an on-going Phase II study, CiPRICS, in acute kidney injury during major surgery. NeuroVive’s shares are listed on Nasdaq, Stockholm, Sweden. For investor relations and media questions, please contact:Christine Tadgell, Tel: +46 (0)275 62 21 or ( It is also possible to arrange an interview with NeuroVive’s CMO Magnus Hansson at the above contacts. NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ)Medicon Village, SE-223 81 Lund, SwedenTel: +46 (0)46 275 62 20 (switchboard), Fax: +46 (0)46 888 83,  NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is required to publish the information in this news release under The Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication on the 26 April 2016, at 8.30 CET. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- [i] (http://file:///Q:/Neurovive/Pressreleaser/Skarpa/2016-04-21%20-%20PENN%20TBI/2016-04-26%20-%20NeuroVive%20starts%20preclinical%20TBI%20program%20in%20collaboration%20with%20PENN.docx#_ednref1) U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Injury prevention and control: traumatic brain injury. CDC website. Available at:

SKF divests Kaydon velocity control business

Gothenburg, 26 April 2016: SKF has signed an agreement, subject to regulatory approvals, to divest its Kaydon velocity control business to Stabilus, a global supplier to the automotive and industrial markets. Stabilus develops and produces electromechanical drives, as well as gas springs and hydraulic dampers. The company has its operational headquarters in Koblenz, Germany and is listed on the SDAX index of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The total consideration of the transaction is USD 339 million, on a cash- and debt-free basis, and it is expected to close during the summer of 2016.  Christian Johansson, Senior Vice President and CFO, says, “This is a significant step in our efforts to focus on our core bearing business, a process which has been on-going for the past 12 months. The Kaydon velocity control business is a well-managed, stand-alone operation. Under Stabilus’ ownership, it has the ability to reach its full potential. “Following the divestment announced today, the Kaydon bearing business will be fully integrated into the SKF operational structure, strengthening our value propositions in key industrial segments. The Kaydon bearing business is one that complements our own, from a manufacturing footprint, customer segment and technology perspective. The former Kaydon headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, will be closed.“ The Kaydon velocity control business, which includes the ACE, Hahn Gasfedern, Fabreeka and TechProducts brands, had sales in 2015 of approximately USD 120 million and 550 employees.   Aktiebolaget SKF     (publ) AB SKF is required to disclose the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08:30 on 26 April 2016.

Paf distributes €20 million to public good

“After a period of decreasing revenue, Paf returned to growth during the second half of 2015. The total revenue amounted to €110 million, the highest in the 50-year history of Paf. The acquisition of the Italian online gaming company Winga at the end of 2014 was a strong contributing factor in the revenue growth,” says Johan Rothberg, Paf's Acting CEO. The revenue from online gaming amounted to €76.4 million, an increase of 17 per cent compared with the previous year. Revenue from Land and Ship based gaming amounted to €33.6 million, an increase of 2 per cent. The Group’s total revenue during the financial year increased by 12 per cent compared with the previous year and amounted to €110.0 million. Total profit increased from €17.2 million to €22.7 million, which includes a one-time payment of €2.5 million. The Group’s operating profit increased by 19 per cent, from €16.8 million to €20.0 million. The operating margin was 18.2 per cent. “Regarding the costs, substantial investments were made during the financial year in the continued development of our own games and online operation and in the development of a new, fully responsive gaming site which was launched in December. That is the reason behind the increased development costs during 2015,” says Johan Rothberg. The Board of Directors of Paf has proposed payment of €20 million as a dividend from the annual profits and previous earnings to the Åland local government for distribution to public good. In addition to the profits that Paf allocates as a dividend, the Åland local government will receive €11.1 million in repaid gaming tax arrears from the Finnish state. “Our already ongoing international expansion into new markets must continue if we want to be able to contribute to good causes in the future on the same scale as today. This concerns mainly online gaming but also ship-based gaming where we must reach out beyond the Baltic Sea in order to grow. This requires direct buy-outs, increased marketing efforts and increased investment in existing and new technical equipment with the aim of strengthening our offering”, says Johan Rothberg. In January 2016, the The Board of Directors of Paf decided to discharge the company's CEO Anders Ingves. Paf's Finance Director Johan Rothberg has stepped in as acting CEO. The company is currently recruiting a new CEO. Paf’s annual report and financial statements for 2015 are available in full via the following link: Selected highlights of 2015 ·The two Swedish subsidiaries Lottericentralen AB and Paf Nöjesspel AB were sold during the year in order to focus the Group's operation. The Group earned a capital gain amounting to €2.5 million from the sale. ·In June, Paf was granted a licence for online slot machines in Spain. Paf made online slot machines available for its Spanish customers during the same month. ·In September, Paf organised the second Paf Responsible Gaming Summit, an international conference on responsible gaming held in Mariehamn, Åland. The objective of the conference is to increase the knowledge about gaming responsibility and responsible gaming. ·In September, Paf invested €320,000 in a research project in cooperation with the Department of Psychology at Stockholm University. This is a four-year research project about online gaming and gaming problems, focusing on limit setting, customer contact and feedback on gaming habits. ·The new Paf gaming site was launched in December. The new site is built as a fully responsive platform that automatically adapts to the screen used by the customer, regardless whether the site is visited via a computer, a tablet or a mobile phone. For more information, please contact: Johan RothbergActing CEOTel: +358 (0)20 791 2225E-mail: johan.rothberg@paf.comAnders SimsDirector of CommunicationsTel: +358 (0)457 342 8228E-mail: anders.sims@paf.comMattias LindquistCommunications ManagerTel: +46 (0)729 75 23 26E-mail:

Small worlds demonstrate the greatness of Volvo in a new film

"We want to make it clear that our products and services are like a circulation system. We take food to stores, people to work and medicines to hospitals. The miniature worlds are the perfect environment for demonstrating this. We begin in the Swedish countryside outside Hedemora and then move on to large ports and motorways in Germany and the Netherlands," says Kina Wileke, Head of External Corporate Communications at the Volvo Group. "It was wonderful to be able to step into these meticulously created worlds and discover the amazing craftsmanship. It was also great to meet the people behind them, who share our passion for vehicles." You can watch the film at and on the Volvo Group's YouTube page. You will also find some clips from behind the scenes showing how the film was made. April 26, 2016 Journalists who want more information, please contact Kina Wileke on +46 (0)31 323 7229 or +46 (0)765 537229. For more news from the Volvo Group, please visit 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 about 100,000 people, has production facilities in 18 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. In 2015 the Volvo Group’s sales amounted to about SEK 313 billion. Volvo shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more information, please visit or if you are using your mobile phone.


“An honour and recognition of the value that we always aim to create together with our clients. The work we have done with Diacor is impressive and it truly simplifies everyday life for people in Finland,” says Lars Stugemo, President and CEO of HiQ. HiQ and healthcare company Diacor are nominated for the creation of “DiacorPlus (,c9947382)” – Finland’s most comprehensive healthcare clinic developed for mobiles. The service enables patients to meet the doctor or other experts online via live chat or video, as well as access personal health related data. The entire development project, all the way to having the service available in app stores, only took five months. “From the very beginning, we aimed to build the best and most high-quality mobile healthcare service in the market. HiQ’s team instantly identified the right approach to build the functionalities that make our customers’ lives simpler,” were the words of Tuomas Teuri, CIO at Diacor, when the service was launched. Diacor’s vision is “providing personal medical consultation and information in real-time, in an easy-to-use form”. The goal is that “DiacorPlus” will be Diacor’s largest healthcare clinic in the year 2020. ”We are very proud about this partnership and about being a finalist among Finland’s leading experts and services. DiacorPlus has been a team effort in every sense of the word, and we are happy about the opportunity to help Diacor in making their vision real,” says Jukka Rautio, Managing Director at HiQ in Finland. The categories in which Diacor and HiQ are nominated are described in short below. See ( for full descriptions and a complete list of the finalists. The winners are announced on 26 May 2016. Best performing team award: “For a functional team and a flourishing work culture. We would like to see goal-oriented teams taking responsibility not from their product, but for the business impact they are trying to make and end customers they are serving.” Disruption award: “An award for a digital solution that can change the industry. [...] For revolutionary ways of making business and doing things differently. For more information, please contact: Lars Stugemo, President and CEO of HiQ. Tel. +46 8 588 90 000 Jukka Rautio, Managing Director, HiQ Finland, Tel. +358 40 827 1142 Jenny Normark Sperens, Head of Corporate Communications. Tel. +46 734 431 007

Ronnie Leten comments on Atlas Copco’s Q1 2016

Orders received in the first quarter were MSEK 24 721 (25 470), negatively affected by currency. Segments such as vacuum solutions showed healthy demand, while order volumes were largely unchanged for industrial compressors and negative for products such as surface drill rigs. The service business remained robust and grew for all the businesses except mining. Overall, Asia and Europe improved while orders were lower in South America and in Africa/Middle East. North America remained unchanged. Revenues decreased 3% organically to MSEK 23 137, and the operating profit reached MSEK 4 170, corresponding to a margin of 18.0% (18.3).   “The market conditions for equipment investments are difficult in many segments, while our service business continued to grow,” said Ronnie Leten, President and CEO of the Atlas Copco Group. Atlas Copco was again recognized as the world’s most sustainable machinery company by the annual Global 100 list. Innovative products launched include energy-saving vacuum pumps, an ergonomic impact wrench for vehicle service applications, high-precision concrete sprayers for underground projects, and fuel efficient portable compressors.  “Supporting customers to become more competitive through innovative solutions is our passion,” Ronnie Leten said. “We continue to increase our presence and expand into adjacent businesses.” Atlas Copco has made five years acquisitions year to date. The Group acquired Italian compressor manufacturer FIAC and Italian pump company Varisco. Atlas Copco also acquired compressor distributors Scales Industrial Technologies in the United States and Air et Fluides Lyonnais in France, as well as U.S. vacuum pumps business Capitol Research Equipment.  

Holmen’s interim report January–March 2016

Quarter Full yearSEKm 1-16 4-15 1-15 2015Net sales 3 828 3 689 4 154 16 014Operating profit 580 376 396 1 700excl. items affecting comparabilityOperating profit 348 -555 396 769Profit after tax 450 326 298 1 323excl. items affecting comparabilityProfit after tax 222 -438 298 559Return on capital employed, %* 9.1 5.7 5.9 6.4Return on equity, % 4.3 -8.4 5.6 2.6Earnings per share, SEK 2.6 -5.2 3.5 6.7Cash flow before investments 542 775 522 2 526Debt/equity ratio 0.21 0.23 0.26 0.23 * Excluding items affecting comparability, which are included in operating profit at SEK -232 million (0). · Operating profit for the first quarter of 2016 was SEK 580 million, excluding items affecting comparability, which were SEK 184 million higher than in the first quarter of 2015 and SEK 204 million higher than in the fourth quarter. A shutdown for rebuild of a board machine had a negative effect of just over SEK 60 million on earnings for the quarter, but this was offset by a dispute over water costs for a corresponding amount being settled in Holmen’s favour. Earnings from timber trading were high and depreciation decreased. Both the first quarter of 2015 and the fourth quarter of 2015 were negatively affected by maintenance and rebuilding shutdowns. · Operating profit after items affecting comparability amounted to SEK 348 million. The quarter was impacted by a net amount of SEK -232 million in items affecting comparability regarding the sale of the Group’s Spanish operations and insurance compensation for reconstruction following the fire at Hallsta Paper Mill. · Profit after tax for January–March amounted to SEK 222 million (298), which corresponds to earnings per share of SEK 2.6 (3.5). Excluding items affecting comparability, profit after tax amounted to SEK 450 million (298) and earnings per share was SEK 5.4 (3.5). For further information please contact: Henrik Sjölund, President and CEO, tel. +46 8 666 21 05 Anders Jernhall, EVP and CFO, tel. +46 8 666 21 22 Ingela Carlsson, Communications Director, tel. +46 70 212 97 12 This is information that Holmen AB is obliged to disclose under the Swedish Securities Market Act and the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on 26 April 2016 at 11.15 CET.

Kährs Group serves notice regarding 15 positions in its Swedish production organisation

"Laying off staff is a difficult decision to have to take, but we are now entering a new phase following the completion of a series of strategic investments in the Kährs Group. These investments have allowed us to create the foundation for achieving an efficient production structure, with modern and competitive manufacturing technology for hardwood flooring that promises sustainable profitability," comments Kährs Group President and CEO Christer Persson. Kährs Group has in recent years made significant investments in developing its production network for wood flooring, both in Nybro and at the Group's other production sites, and is thus now well positioned for growth and an increasing demand for wood flooring. Now that the major investments have been made and the company's production is switching to a normal operational mode again, the Swedish organisation is being adapted accordingly, which is expected to affect 15 positions. "We are conducting a necessary review of the organisation in order to adapt it to the Group's current production conditions," summarises Christer Persson. Negotiations with the unions will start immediately.    For further information, please contact:Christer Persson, President and CEO, phone: +46 70 271 20 14Helén Johansson, Corporate Communication, phone: +46 70 364 60 30   About Kährs GroupKährs Group is a world-leading flooring manufacturer in hardwood and resilient flooring with a number of strong brands in its product portfolio, including Kährs, Karelia and Upofloor. The Company's innovations have shaped the industry throughout history and Kährs Group is dedicated to providing the market with innovative new flooring solutions. Kährs Group, which delivers products to more than 70 countries, is the market leader in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia and holds a strong position in other key markets, such as the UK and Germany. The Group has approximately 1,550 employees and annual sales of EUR 300 million.

NeuroVive insiders and employees intend to subscribe for a minimum of 5.4 million SEK

This announcement follows a press release published on April 18th and provides additional information on the company's board members, other insiders and employees intention to subscribe. This information includes the previous announcement related to the major shareholder Fredrik Olsson’s (Baulos Capital Belgium SA) intention to subscribe for at least 75 000 units, equivalent to SEK 3.15 million. The new share issue in brief: · Shareholders in NeuroVive have a preferential right to subscribe for 1 unit, consisting of 8 new shares and one (1) warrant of series 2016/2017:1 issued without consideration and one warrant of series 2016/2017:2 issued without consideration, for every 14 existing shares held on the record date of 8 April, 2016. · The subscription price is SEK 42 per unit, equivalent to SEK 5.25 per share. · At full subscription in the New Issue, NeuroVive will raise approximately SEK 94.4 million before issue costs. · At full subscription of the warrants, the Company will raise an additional SEK 32.6 million. · The subscription period runs between 18 April and 2 May 2016. · The issue is guaranteed to 75 percent through guarantee commitments. More information about NeuroVive’s share issue can be found at (in Swedish). About NeuroViveNeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is a pioneer in mitochondrial medicine and a company committed to the discovery and development of highly targeted candidates that preserve mitochondrial integrity and function in areas of significant therapeutic need. NeuroVive’s business approach is driven by value-adding partnerships with mitochondrial research institutions and commercial partners across the globe. NeuroVive’s portfolio consists of two clinical projects in acute kidney injury (AKI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) with candidates in clinical and preclinical development and two drug discovery platforms. The NeuroSTAT® product has orphan drug status in Europe and in the US for treatment of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury and is currently being evaluated in a study, CHIC. Ciclosporin (CicloMulsion®) is being evaluated in an on-going study, CiPRICS, in acute kidney injury during major surgery. NeuroVive’s shares are listed on Nasdaq, Stockholm, Sweden. For investor relations and media questions, please contact:Christine Tadgell, NeuroVive, Tel: +46 (0)46 275 62 21 or NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ)Medicon Village, SE-223 81 Lund, SwedenTel: +46 (0)46 275 62 20 (switchboard), Fax: +46 (0)46 888 83, NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is required to publish the information in this news release under The Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication on the 26 April 2016, at 12.30 CET.

Saab And Atech Partner In Brazilian Gripen Programme

The agreement with Atech is part of Saab’s commitment to deliver industrial co-operation as part of the Brazilian Gripen NG programme, which was signed between Saab and the Brazilian Federal Government (Ministry of Defense through the Aeronautics Command, COMAER) in October 2014. Atech will undertake extensive on-the-job-training and work share in the Brazilian Gripen NG programme. During the month of May, a team of Atech engineers will relocate to Sweden to conduct initial training. The acquired skills and competence will subsequently be transferred to Brazil. “Saab and Atech enter into a partnership regarding the development simulators, training systems and ground support systems for Gripen NG. We will provide technology transfer within these areas to Atech and we now welcome the first team of Atech engineers for training in developing the Gripen system”, says Mikael Franzén, Programme Director for Gripen Brazil at Saab. “Atech is proud to participate together with Saab in the Gripen NG Programme. Atech has a strong history in supporting the Brazilian Air Force in technology transfer programmes. Our participation represents a consolidation of Atech expertise in areas as Mission Planning and Simulation Systems. We are ready to join forces with Saab, working as an integrated team and to support the Brazilian Air Force on its long-term needs”, says Edson Carlos Mallaco, President and CEO of Atech. For further information, please contact: Saab Press Centre, +46 (0)734 180 018, Follow us on twitter: @saab Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defence and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.  .

Resolutions at Thule Group’s Annual General Meeting 2016

Election of Board of DirectorsStefan Jacobsson (Chairman), Bengt Baron, Hans Eckerström, Liv Forhaug, Lilian Fossum Biner and David Samuelson were re-elected as members of the Board. Heléne Mellquist was elected as new member of the Board.Fees to the Board of DirectorsIt was resolved that Board fees shall be paid by SEK 850,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 325,000 to each of the Board members elected by the AGM. Work in the Audit Committee shall be remunerated by SEK 150,000 to the Chairman and SEK 50,000 to each one of the other members of the Audit Committee. Work in the Remuneration Committee shall be remunerated by SEK 50,000 to the Chairman and SEK 25,000 to each one of the other members of the Remuneration Committee.Election of auditorKPMG AB was re-elected as the company’s auditor for a period of mandate of one year. KPMG AB has informed the company that authorized public accountant Helene Willberg will continue as auditor in charge. It was resolved that auditor fees shall be paid in accordance with approved account. DividendIn accordance with the proposal of the Board of Directors and the CEO, the Annual General Meeting resolved to declare a dividend of SEK 2.50 per share for 2015. Further, it was resolved that the dividend shall be paid in two partial payments for a more favorable adaptation to the group’s cash flow profile. 28 April 2016 was resolved as record date for the first payment of SEK 1.25 and 7 October 2016 as record date for the second payment of SEK 1.25. The first payment by Euroclear is expected to start on 3 May 2016 and the second payment on 12 October 2016. Guidelines for Remuneration to Senior ExecutivesThe Annual General Meeting approved the Board’s proposal for guidelines for remuneration to senior executives. The proposal principally entails the following. The remuneration of senior executive management is to comprise fixed salary, possible variable salary, pension and other benefits. The total remuneration package should be based on market terms, be competitive and reflect the individual’s performance and responsibilities as well as, with respect to share based incentive schemes, the value growth of the Thule Group share benefitting the shareholders.The variable salary may comprise annual incentives in cash and long-term incentives in cash, shares and/or share-based instruments in Thule Group AB. Variable salary in cash is conditional upon the fulfillment of defined and measurable goals and should be maximized up to 75 per cent of the annual fixed salary for the CEO and for the other executive management up to 60 per cent. Terms and conditions for variable salary should be designed so that the Board, if exceptional economic circumstances prevail, has the option of limiting or refraining from payment of variable salary if such a measure is considered reasonable. The Board shall have the right to depart from the guidelines resolved by the Annual General Meeting if, in an individual case, there are special reasons for this.

ASETEK – Q1 2016: Revenue Growth and Profitability

April 27, 2016 · Strong revenue growth in desktop DIY market · Data center revenue ramped up on shipments to new customers · Third consecutive quarter of net profit and positive EBITDA · Positive outlook maintained: Modest growth within desktop segment and significant growth within data center segment in 2016 Asetek reported revenue of $10.4 million in the first quarter 2016, representing growth of 88% versus the same period last year. The growth consisted of 75% increase in desktop revenue driven by shipments in the DIY market. Data center revenue grew over five times the revenue achieved in first quarter 2015, as a result of shipments to new customers. Asetek shipped 188,000 desktop units in the first quarter. Total shipments of sealed loop coolers since the Company’s inception has now surpassed three million. Gross margins for the first quarter were 39%, an increase from both the prior quarter (36%) and the first quarter 2015 (37%). Revenue growth and cost savings resulted in group net income of $0.4 million and positive EBITDA of $1.2 million in the first quarter 2016, both reflecting significant improvement from losses incurred in the same period last year. Initial shipments of data center products to a new customer, Penguin Computing, generated revenue of $0.8 million in the first quarter 2016. Operating profits from the desktop segment were $2.8 million for the first quarter 2016, an increase from $0.8 million in the same period last year, due to the increase in DIY product sales. Operating losses from the data center segment were $1.0 million for the first quarter 2016 compared with losses of $1.5 million in the same period last year. The results reflect continued implementation of Asetek’s data center strategy with investments in technology development, product marketing and sales activities. “We reaffirm our outlook for the full year 2016, anticipating moderate growth in the desktop business, when comparing to the record revenue level achieved in 2015, and significant revenue growth in the data center segment” says Andre S. Eriksen, Chief Executive Officer. Material The interim report and presentation material will be made available on and, as well as through news agencies. Webcast at 8:30 AM CEST Asetek will give a presentation at 8:30 AM CEST which can be followed through a webcast or a conference call. CEO André Eriksen and CFO Peter Dam Madsen will give the presentation. In order to follow the presentation of the results use one of the following channels: a. Webcast – audio and slide presentation A link to the webcast will be released on the company's investor website in due time before the presentation. Please refer to b. Conference call – audio only Dial in 5-10 minutes prior to the start time using the phone numbers and confirmation code below: +----------------------------------------+------------------+|Oslo, Norway     |+47 2350 0486 |+----------------------------------------+------------------+|Copenhagen,   Denmark               |+45 3848 7513 |+----------------------------------------+------------------+|London,   United Kingdom |+44(0)20 3427 1903|+----------------------------------------+------------------+|New York,   United States of America    |+1 646 254 3365 |+----------------------------------------+------------------+| | |+----------------------------------------+------------------+|Confirmation Code |2159347 |+----------------------------------------+------------------+ Q&A: The conference call lines will be opened for participants to ask question at the end of the presentation. A recorded version of the presentation will be available on after the broadcast has concluded. About Asetek Asetek is the world leading provider of energy efficient liquid cooling systems for data centers, servers, workstations, gaming and high performance PCs. Its products are used for reducing power and greenhouse emissions, lowering acoustic noise, and achieving maximum performance by leading OEMs and channel partners around the globe. Asetek's products are based upon its patented all-in-one liquid cooling technology with more than 3 million liquid cooling units deployed in the field. Founded in 2000, Asetek is headquartered in Denmark with offices in California, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit For further information, please contact: Andre S. Eriksen, Chief Executive OfficerMobile: +45 2125 7076e-mail: Peter D. Madsen, Chief Financial OfficerMobile: +1 408 813 4147 (GMT -07:00)

First Quarter Results 2016

CEO Casper von Koskull’s comments on the results:“The business environment has been relatively stable at the beginning of 2016, although turmoil on the financial markets, and even lower interest rates, have put pressure on revenues. Costs are under strict control and are developing according to plan, and loan losses were below the 10-year average of 16 basis points. Given the environment the result is acceptable. The Common Equity Tier 1 ratio increased to 16.7%.In the past year we have significantly strengthened the functions and processes devoted to regulatory compliance. Since the requirements that Nordea must fulfil and the risks, to which we are exposed, are constantly changing, work on being compliant and improving risk management will be under constant development. However, all these efforts will only succeed if we continue to have a strong risk and compliance culture, in which values and ethical considerations are always an integral part of our business model. As CEO, I will take all actions necessary to ensure that we stay a safe and trusted partner.”First quarter 2016 vs. First quarter 2015 (First quarter 2016 vs. Fourth quarter 2015)[1]: · Net interest income EUR 1,168m, -7%, -4% in local currencies (-3%, -2% in local currencies) · Total operating income[1] EUR 2,295m, -16%, -14% in local currencies (-7%, -7% in local currencies) · Total expenses[1] EUR 1,178m, -1%, unchanged in local currencies (-3%, -2% in local currencies) · Profit before loan losses[1] EUR 1,117m, -27%, -26% in local currencies (-11%, -11% in local currencies) · Net loan losses EUR 111m, -9%, -5% in local currencies (-22%, -20% in local currencies) · Operating profit[1] EUR 1,006m, -29%, -27% in local currencies (-10%, -9% in local currencies) · Common Equity Tier 1 capital ratio 16.7%, up from 15.6% (up 20 basis points from 16.5%) · Cost/income ratio[1] 51.3%, up from 43.7% (up 2.2 %-points from 49.1%) · Loan loss ratio of 13 basis points, down from 14 basis points (down 4 basis points from 17 basis points) · Return on equity[1] 10.3%, down from 14.3% (down 1.2 %-points from 11.5%) · Diluted EPS EUR 0.19 vs. EUR 0.27 (EUR 0.19 vs. EUR 0.21) Exchange rates used for Q1 2016 for income statement items are for DKK 7.46, NOK 9.53 and SEK 9.32[1] Excluding non-recurring items (Q4 2015: gain from divestment of Nordea’s merchant acquiring business to Nets of EUR 176m before tax and restructuring charge of EUR 263m).   For further information:Casper von Koskull, President and Torsten Hagen Jørgensen,Group CEO, +46 10 157 Group COO, +45 5547 22001020             Rodney Alfvén, Head of Investor Emma Rheborg, GroupRelations, +46 72 235 05 Communications, +46 73 38015                 22 63 Latest interim results ( information provided in this press release is such that Nordea is required to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980) and/or the Swedish Securities Markets Act (2007:528). (

Unibet Group plc - Interim report January – March 2016 (unaudited)

“Gross winnings revenue up 58 per cent in constant currency and active customers now over 1 million”. “Unibet Group’s growth continued to develop strongly in the first quarter, with an increase of gross winnings revenue in GBP of 61 per cent and 58 per cent in constant currency compared to the first quarter last year. This is again significantly higher growth than the overall market and indicates that we are continuing to take market share across the board. Organic growth excluding last year’s acquisitions and in constant currency was 41 per cent compared to the first quarter last year.” “Gross winnings revenue in the Nordic region grew by 58 per cent, while Western Europe grew by 63 per cent (in both regions the organic growth in constant currency was approximately 40 per cent).” “Our market leading mobile offerings are continuing to deliver strong growth and now account for 59 per cent of gross winnings revenue. Our strategy focused on re-regulation has accelerated the transformation of our business and in the first quarter almost 36 per cent of gross winnings revenue was from locally regulated markets.” “Scalability and cost control has enabled EBITDA to grow by over 80 per cent. The profit after tax has doubled to GBP 20.0 million which shows how we are adapting our business model to absorb increased betting duties from core markets.” “In the period up to 24 April 2016, average daily gross winnings revenue has increased by approximately 50 per cent compared to the same period in 2015, despite lower sports betting margins. Excluding iGame Group & Stan James Online the organic increase is well over 20 per cent in constant currency,” says Henrik Tjärnström, CEO of Unibet Group. Today, Wednesday 27 April 2016, Unibet Group’s CEO Henrik Tjärnström will host a presentation in English at FinancialHearings, Operaterrassen in Stockholm at 9.00 CEST. Please go to to sign in. The presentation is also web cast live on For those who would like to participate in the telephone conference in connection with the presentation, the telephone number is UK: +44 20 3008 9804 or in the USA: +1 855 831 5946. Unibet Group companies hold local gambling licences in UK, France, Belgium, Denmark, Germany (Schleswig-Holstein), Italy, Australia, Ireland, Romania and Estonia. The Unibet Group also holds international gambling licences in Malta, Gibraltar and Alderney. Unibet pays betting duties in all markets in accordance with applicable local laws.

Storebrand ASA: 1st Quarter Result 2016: Storebrand delivers solid results in a turbulent market

– I am satisfied to deliver a solid result in a turbulent market characterised by falling interest rates and a declining stock market. We consolidate our position as a market leader within defined contribution in Norway and succeed in offering attractive solutions to our retail customers, says Group CEO Odd Arild Grefstad. Highlights 1st quarter 2016: ·Group result of NOK 546 million · Solid growth in savings and retail loans · Solvency II-margin of 175 per cent Continued growth in savings, P&C Insurance and retail loans Nine out of ten employees in the private sector is part of a defined contribution scheme, and this market is expected to increase. In Norway Storebrand is a market leader within defined contribution with a market share of 34 per cent. In Sweden we have a strong challenger role within the market for pension solutions with a market share of 11 per cent. Storebrand has for many years had a close cooperation with The Federation of Norwegian Professional Associations (Akademikerne). Akademikerne chose Storebrand as their insurance partner last year, a partnership that was extended to include pension earlier this year. We recently signed a frame agreement for hybrid pension with investment choice for all secretariats under the Akademikerne umbrella. – In an increasingly individualised pension market, it is important to succeed in the retail market. I am therefore very satisfied to see that we experience strong growth within unit linked based savings, P&C insurance and retail loans. Our customer loyalty program for employees in companies with their pension plans in Storebrand contributes strongly to this growth, which shows that Storebrand succeeds in offering relevant and attractive retail financial solutions, says Grefstad.   More customers choose sustainable investments Sustainability becomes more important for both businesses and individuals when they choose partners and providers of financial services. A good example is Stockholm city, who has chosen Storebrand as their partner for investments that help substantiate their ambitious climate goals. – We chose Storebrand/SPP because of their long experience with index based equity management combined with their long experience in sustainability analysis. SPP's Plus-funds offer a broad, fossil free exposure with high sustainability rating. The funds avoid investing in companies with high CO2-footprint and instead invest more in companies that are well positioned for global trends connected to sustainable growth, says Anna Håkansson, CFO in Stockholm city. Insurance broker Söderberg & Partners recently named Storebrand/SPP Sustainable actor of the year and Unit linked manager of the year. These nominations confirm our leading position within sustainable investments and position us in a fast growing and more conscious savings market. – We are convinced that sustainable investments give our customers a better pension and a better world to spend their pension in. It is therefore both nice and motivating to see that more of our customers highlight the quality of our work with sustainable investments as important when they choose Storebrand. Stockholm city and Akademikerne are among the customers that show leadership in this issue and use sustainability as an important selection criterion, says Grefstad. Cost control and strengthened solidity The Solvency II-regulation was put into force January 1st 2016. The Group goal is a Solvency II-margin of minimum 130 per cent. The solvency position was 175 per cent at the end of the 1st quarter, a 7 per cent point strengthening this quarter. – We have completed powerful measures concerning both costs and capital in order to adjust to Solvency II and the low interest rate environment. We are therefore satisfied to keep our costs stable at the same time as we succeed commercially. That means we are able to report a strong Solvency II-margin of 175 per cent, says Grefstad. Lysaker, April 27, 2016 Contact persons: Communications Director Elin M. Myrmel-Johansen: e6m@storebrand. ( or (+47) 934 80 538 Head of IR Kjetil Ramberg Krøkje: or (+47) 934 12 155 Storebrand's ambition is to be the best provider of saving for pensions. Storebrand will deliver sustainable solutions adapted to the customer's individual situation, so that each person receives a better pension in a more sustainable world. Storebrand has about 40.000 corporate customers and 1.9 million individual customers, and is headquartered in Lysaker outside of Oslo, Norway. Storebrand manages more than NOK 560 bn and is Norway's largest asset manager. We work hard to reach our vision: Recommended by our customers.

Kambi Group plc Q1 Report 2016

Q1 Report 2016 (unaudited) Summary · Revenue amounted to €13.3 (10.0) million for the first quarter of 2016, an increase of 33% · Operating profit (EBIT) for the first quarter of 2016 was €2.0 (0.8) million, with a margin of 15% (8%) · Profit after Tax amounted to €1.8 (0.6) million for the first quarter of 2016 · Earnings per share for the first quarter of 2016 were €0.059 (0.020) · Cash flow from operating and investing activities (excluding working capital) amounted to €1.4 (1.0) million for the first quarter of 2016 Significant events · Substantial operator turnover growth of 50% · Contracts signed with 3 new operators: LeoVegas, Rank Group and Mr Green · The HTML5 client is now available to all our operators to customise their Sportsbooks · The upgraded Italian service is live with 3 operators “I am very happy that Kambi is building on its momentum with another quarter of excellent results. 2016 has started at a strong pace with an increase in operator turnover of 50% compared to the same period last year. We are very pleased with the traction and market share gains we continue to see from our operators as we service them with a highly competitive and cost-efficient Sportsbook. We are delighted that we signed a new operator in April – the award winning online gaming company, Mr Green. We look forward to working with Mr Green, complementing its casino product with our premium Sportsbook. This signing, along with LeoVegas and Rank Group which we announced during the quarter, adds to our portfolio of high-calibre operators. All three of our newly signed operators are represented in the 2015 eGR power 50 list. The new HTML5 client is being rolled out to all our operators, empowering them to create a unique player experience, which drives performance and market share. The upgraded Italian service, which is now launched with three of our operators, gives us further confidence for strong development and performance in this market. Kambi is well positioned to build on the success of our operators in a year with a strong sporting calendar.” says Kristian Nylén, CEO of Kambi. You are invited to participate in a report presentation at 10:45 CET with the CEO Kristian Nylén and CFO David Kenyon. The presentation will be held in English via a telephone conference and can also be accessed via an audiocast using the link below, registration needed. Questions can be asked on the telephone conference or sent via the audiocast link. Numbers for participation in the telephone conference: SE: +46 8 566 426 64         UK: +44 20 3008 9811      ES: +34 9 1414 0782          US: +1 855 8315 944 Link to the audiocast:

A good start to the year for ASSA ABLOY

First quarter · Net sales amounted to SEK 15,891 M (15,252), an increase of 4%, of which 3% (5) was organic growth and 3% (3) was acquired growth. · Strong growth in Americas and good growth in EMEA and Entrance Systems. · Growth in Global Technologies and continued negative growth in Asia Pacific because of China. · Contracts have been signed for the acquisition of three companies with combined expected annual sales of about SEK 750 M. A contract has also been signed for the divestment of the Group’s Car Locks business, which has annual sales of about SEK 550 M. · Operating income (EBIT) amounted to SEK 2,411 M (2,329). The operating margin was 15.2% (15.3). · Net income amounted to SEK 1,638 M (1,616). · Earnings per share increased by 1% and amounted to SEK 1.47 (1.45). · Cash flow was normal for the season and amounted to SEK 498 M (520). Sales and income Full year First quarter 2014 2015 Δ 2015 2016 ΔSales, SEK M 56,843 68,099 20% 15,252 15,891 4%of which,Organic growth 1,510 2,634 4% 680 448 3%Acquisitions 4,714 2,078 3% 376 490 3%Exchange-rate effects 2,138 6,544 13% 1,892 -299 -2% Operating income (EBIT), SEK M 9,257 11,079 20% 2,329 2,411 4%Operating margin (EBIT), % 16.3% 16.3% 15.3% 15.2%Income before tax, SEK M 8,698 10,382 19% 2,184 2,209 1%Net income, SEK M 6,436 7,693 20% 1,616 1,638 1%Operating cash flow, SEK M 8,238 9,952 21% 520 498 -4%Earnings per share (EPS), SEK1) 5.79 6.93 20% 1.45 1.47 1% 1) Earnings per share has been recalculated for all historical periods as a result of the 3:1 stock split carried out in 2015.    Comments by the President and CEO “The first quarter of the year showed stable demand for ASSA ABLOY, with increased sales of 4% during the quarter,” says Johan Molin, President and CEO. “The operating income increased in line with sales and also improved by 4%. “Organic growth was good, with a 3% increase for the quarter despite the negative effect of Easter falling in the first quarter this year. The strong sales trend on the US market continued, while Europe and Entrance Systems showed good growth. Sales by Global Technologies were weakly positive, but the downward trend in Asia Pacific continued because of the market situation in China. The emerging markets also remained weak, but with a few bright spots that included eastern Europe and Latin America. “ASSA ABLOY has once again won recognition for its strength in innovation by winning no fewer than six first prizes for Best Product Innovations at one of the industry’s most important exhibitions, ISC West in the USA. There is a clear market trend towards an ever more digitized world in which locks are to an increasing extent connected online. This change is occurring both on the commercial and residential markets. For ASSA ABLOY it is a very beneficial trend since we have consistently built up a technological leadership.   “During the quarter Lighthouse and ADAEZ were acquired. The acquisition of Lighthouse was especially exciting as a first step in the strategic development of direct sales and service of industrial doors in the American market. Lighthouse is the basis for a new business unit in Entrance Systems which is expected to grow significantly. During the quarter, ADAEZ was also acquired and will be an excellent complement for our range of energy-efficient products directed towards the rapidly rising demand for ‘net zero buildings’. Operating income for the quarter increased by 4%. The underlying marginal growth remained good as a result of organic growth of 3% together with lower raw-material costs, savings made and price compensation for exchange-rate effects. The operating margin remained at virtually the same level as in the first quarter of 2015 despite negative effects from both exchange-rate effects and dilution due to acquisitions. “My judgment is that the global economic trend remains weak, with a positive trend in America but low growth in Europe. In addition many of the emerging markets are stagnating. However, our strategy of expanding on the emerging markets remains unchanged, since in the long term they are expected to achieve very good economic growth. We are also continuing our investments in new products, especially in the growth area of electromechanics.” Further information can be obtained from: Johan Molin,President and CEO, Tel: +46 8 506 485 42 Carolina Dybeck Happe,Chief Financial Officer, Tel: +46 8 506 485 72 ASSA ABLOY is holding an analysts’ meeting at 10.00 today at Operaterrassen in Stockholm, Sweden. The analysts’ meeting can also be followed on the Internet at It is possible to submit questions by telephone on:+46 8 5055 6476, +44 203 364 5371 or +1 877 679 2993.   ASSA ABLOY discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.00 CET on 27 April.

Gunnebo Interim Report January-March 2016

Comments on the first quarter by Gunnebo’s President and CEO, Henrik Lange: “In the first quarter of 2016 we report an organic growth which is the third consecutive quarter showing organic growth, this quarter driven fully by a good development in Asia. The operating profit and the operating margin excluding non-recurring items improved compared to last year. We can also report a positive free cash flow for the quarter which is an improvement of MSEK 150 compared to the first quarter of last year.” Development of our business“The worldwide increase in awareness about security has resulted in increased interest in many of Gunnebo’s solutions. Cash Management sales have also continued to develop positively in the first quarter. In addition to several orders received in Europe, we have also taken our first order in Vietnam. Entrance Security has seen a positive development in sales during the quarter due to the increased security awareness. High-security doors and partitions are efficient solutions for any high-risk site that wants to raise its level of entrance security and control access across its location. Safes & Vaults have shown a small sales decline overall during the quarter. The ATM business grew while the market for graded safes and vaults declined due to the continued consolidation of bank branches in many markets. Electronic Security sales declined during the period, most notably in the Americas. In Europe, the largest market for Gunnebo’s Electronic Security offering, sales were flat.” Improved result and free cash flow“In the first quarter Gunnebo showed organic growth of 1% in sales with an operating margin excluding non-recurring items of 4.2%. This represents an improvement of 1.5 percentage points compared to the same period last year. The free cash flow was MSEK 7 for the quarter, an improvement of MSEK 150 compared to the same period last year.” Updated strategy“At our Capital Market Day in mid-March we shared a summary of our updated strategy for profitable growth which we have now started to deploy throughout the organisation. For more information about our updated strategy, please see”  FIRST QUARTER 2016 · Net sales amounted to MSEK 1,390 (1,397), organically they increased by 1%. · Operating profit increased to MSEK 53 (29) and the operating margin was 3.8% (2.0%). · Operating profit excluding items of a non-recurring nature amounted to MSEK 58 (38) and the operating margin to 4.2% (2.7%). · Profit after tax for the period totalled MSEK 20 (-11). · Earnings per share were SEK 0.26 (-0.13). · The free cash flow amounted to MSEK 7 (-143). Full report is attached to this press release.Invitation to Telephone Conference on April 27, 09.30 (CET) To participate in the conference, please sign up using the link below:   Once registered, you will receive a phone number and a password. 09:25  Call in to the conference09:30  Review of the interim report by Gunnebo’s President and CEO, Henrik Lange09:50  Questions and answers10:00  Closing of telephone conference Copies of the presentation will be available 30 minutes prior to the telephone conference on Attending from Gunnebo AB are President and CEO Henrik Lange, CFO Susanne Larsson and Communication Director Karin Wallström. A recording of the telephone conference will be available on from late afternoon April 27. GUNNEBO AB (publ)Group Communication For more information, please contact:Henrik Lange, President & CEO Gunnebo AB, tel. +46 10 2095 032, orSusanne Larsson, CFO Gunnebo AB, tel. +46 10 2095 032, orKarin Wallström, Marketing & Communication Director Gunnebo AB,tel. +46 708 283339, or e-mail www.gunnebogroup.comGunnebo discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.01 CET on April 27, 2016.

Gunnebo receives order for complete SafePay roll-out for retailer in the Netherlands

300 front-office payment stations and 50 back-office deposit units will be installed at Vomar stores as part of a roll-out, which includes a seven-year service contract. The cash management system will be monitored via Gunnebo’s data centre in Amsterdam to ensure maximum uptime. Vomar is an existing Gunnebo customer and already has SafePay installed at 10% of its locations. Stores with SafePay have seen their security levels improve for both employees and customers, and manual counting errors got eliminated. “This order demonstrates the confidence Vomar has in Gunnebo’s performance and service,” says Gunnebo’s President and CEO, Henrik Lange. “It also reflects the growing demand for efficient cash management solutions amongst retailers in Europe, who are now responsible for a large proportion of the cash cycle.” Once this new round of installations is complete, Vomar will have 440 SafePay units in all 63 of its stores. SafePay is Gunnebo’s own closed cash management solution which protects cash from the moment it leaves the customer’s hand until it reaches the cash-counting centre. SafePay replaces manual tills, eliminates cash differences and is a more efficient way for retailers to manage cash in their stores. GUNNEBO AB (publ)Group CommunicationsFor further information, please contact:Henrik Lange, President & CEO Gunnebo AB, tel: +46 10 2095 000, orKarin Wallström, Marketing & Communication Director Gunnebo AB, tel: +46 708 283339,

TagMaster intent to acquire Balogh

Press release, Stockholm, April 27, 2016 TagMaster, the leading producer of advanced RFID products & ANPR cameras for long range vehicle identification in Traffic Solutions and Rail Solutions, has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Balogh group in France.      Balogh is a well-known RFID specialist which have been a technical pioneer within this industry since it was founded 1958. Balogh has offices for R&D and production in Paris, Toulouse and Normandy and is working towards the three RFID segments of rail, access/security and industrial. Balogh S.A. and Balogh Normandie is in receivership (Redressement Judiciaire) since May 2015 and the parties will jointly submit a “continuation plan” which will be subject for approval by the court in Paris (Tribunal de Commerce de Paris), the approval is expected to take place in June and the acquisition is conditioned by the approval. The revenue of Balogh is approx. 3,5 M€ and 35 people are employed.    “TagMaster is excited taking this next step in our growth strategy and will together with Balogh become a stronger player within both Rail and Traffic Solutions and continue to build a relevant position as technology provider towards Smart Cities. We will use this opportunity to create a center of excellence for our Rail Solutions in France merging our French and Swedish knowhow, enlarging our product offering towards the major players with rail signaling and being able to take on larger projects. Within Traffic Solutions we will merge our product ranges resulting in fewer products, with larger volumes, and we will get access to more geographical areas and become stronger in France and other south European countries. We will also start selling our CitySync range of products through Baloghs sales channels“ says Jonas Svensson, CEO, TagMaster   For more information, please contact;Jonas Svensson, CEOTelephone: +46 8 632 1950E-mail: About TagMaster TagMaster is an application driven technology company that designs and markets advanced   identificationsystems and solutions based on radio & vision technology (RFID & ANPR) for demanding environments. Business areas include Traffic Solutions and Rail Solutions providing innovative mobility solutions, sold under the brands TagMaster & CitySync, in order to increase efficiency, security, convenience and to decrease environmental impact within Smart Cities. TagMaster has dedicated agencies in the US and in China and exports mainly to Europe, Middle East, Asia and North America via a global network of partners, systems integrators and distributors. TagMaster was founded in 1994 and has its headquarters in Stockholm. TagMaster is a public company and its shares are traded on First North stock exchange in Stockholm, Sweden.TagMasters certified advisor is Remium AB. For more information about TagMaster, please visit

Welcome To A Seminar About Saab’s Sensor Technologies

In February 2016, Saab launched its new Airborne Early Warning & Control solution, GlobalEye. We are breaking new ground by combining simultaneous air, sea and ground surveillance with our new Erieye ER radar on a new platform, offering extended range and enhanced performance. The seminar on 12 May will provide an update about Saabs sensor technologies, product portfolio and the global market from a Saab perspective. Presenters: Micael Johansson, head of Saab business area Surveillance Time: Thursday, 12 May 2016, 8.30-9.30 CET (breakfast is served from 08.00) Place: Atlanta, World Trade Center (Kungsbron 1), Stockholm. RSVP: Please register no later than 10 May 2016 to Marie BergströmEmail: Marie.bergstrom@saabgroup.comPhone: +46 (0)8-463 02 45, +46 (0)73-418 72 45 Webinar: The seminar will be live-streamed on . It will also be possible to post questions over the web. For online participation, registration is not necessary. The seminar will be held in English. All presentations, including the webcast, will be published on Saab’s web site. For further information, please contact:Saab Press Centre,+46 (0)734 180 018, Saab Investor Relations, Ann-Sofi Jönsson +46 (0)734 187 214 us on twitter: @saab ( Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defence and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs. 

RaySearch to demonstrate latest version of RayStation at ESTRO 2016

About RayStation®RayStation® integrates all RaySearch’s advanced treatment planning solutions into a flexible treatment planning system. It combines unique features such as multi-criteria optimization tools with full support for 4D adaptive radiation therapy. It also includes functionality such as RaySearch’s market-leading algorithms for IMRT and VMAT optimization and highly accurate dose engines for photon, electron and proton therapy. The system is built on the latest software architecture and has a graphical user interface offering state-of-the-art usability. Highlights in RayStation 5 Plan Explorer brings a completely new perspective to treatment planningClinics now have the opportunity to identify the best treatment setup for a given patient as part of their everyday routine. Plan Explorer is based on automatic generation of treatment plans for specified clinical goals. It can be used to compute a large number of treatment plans for a wide variety of treatment techniques, setups and machines, enabling clinics to also optimize the utilization of their treatment resources. Through efficient tools for filtering and browsing among plan candidates, the user can focus on selecting and comparing plans instead of spending time on manual design. Computations are performed for each patient, and can be executed in parallel. First TPS with carbon ion support commercially availableRayStation 5 is the first commercially available system to support carbon ion planning; the most advanced form of radiation therapy. Carbon ion therapy has several clinical advantages. As for other types of particle therapy, the depth of the dose deposition can be precisely controlled, which allows for improved sparing of healthy tissues. Additionally, carbon ions have an increased relative biological effectiveness (RBE) compared with other types of radiation. The first clinics to adopt this new planning technology are MedAustron in Austria and Centro Nazionale di Adroterapia Oncologica (CNAO) in Italy. RayStation provides the tools for designing and optimizing actively scanned pencil-beam carbon treatments. The dose is computed by a pencil-beam dose engine and RBE weighted dose according to the local effect model (LEM). All plans are directly deliverable on synchrotrons after optimization since synchrotron-specific machine constraints are taken into account during optimization. LEM model parameters can be defined by the user for the tissue sets to be used for planning. Robust optimization over multiple 4DCT imagesRobustness against uncertainties is a key factor in order to utilize the higher precision of modern treatment techniques. The inclusion of 4DCT images in the robust optimization process addresses situations where there is significant relative motion of internal organs, such as in the thorax during free breathing. - Optimization based on GTV with potential for margins reduction- Patient movement accounted for across multiple images- Optimized plan is robust with respect to all the CT images Unlimited patient storageIn order to manage the ever-increasing data volumes associated with modern imaging techniques and high resolution calculations, RayStation 5 allows a more flexible configuration of multiple parallel databases and gradual archiving. General planning newsOther new exciting features include: - new graphical user interface (GUI) for enhanced user experience- patient modeling: smart brush contouring, side-by-side contouring, volume rendering- treatment case level- module for virtual simulation- improved 3D-CRT planning- improvements in plan reporting, plan protocols and scripting Lunch Symposium: Advancing Radiation Therapy through Software InnovationOn Saturday April 30, from 13:25 to 14:25, RaySearch will hold a lunch symposium on the theme of “Advancing Radiation Therapy through Software Innovation” in meeting room #4. The symposium will show how software is and will be the driving force of innovation in radiation therapy. Moderator: Oliver Jäkel, Head of Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology Department, German Cancer Research Center and Medical Physics Director of the Ion Beam Therapy Center, University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany. RayStation as a planning tool for proton therapy in clinical practiceMarco Schwarz, Head of Medical Physics, Protontherapy Department, Trento Hospital. Using RayStation as a unified treatment planning system for precision medicineOlivier Morin, Assistant Professor, Division of Physics, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of California San Francisco, USA. Advancing radiation therapy through software innovationJohan Löf, Founder & CEO, RaySearch Laboratories AB, Stockholm, Sweden Work in progress: treatment planning for TomoTherapy® and CyberKnife® Systems in RayStationRaySearch and Accuray have expanded on their existing relationship, which will lead to the integration of treatment planning support for the TomoTherapy® and CyberKnife® Systems in the RayStation® treatment planning system. For the first time, clinics will have access to an advanced, integrated treatment planning system for the precise, innovative Accuray delivery systems and conventional linear accelerators, obtaining unprecedented choice of radiation therapy planning and treatment delivery systems to best meet their patients’ needs. Björn Hårdemark, Deputy CEO of RaySearch, will present a preview of the system in the Accuray booth on Sunday, May 1 from 15:40 to 16:00. Demonstrations can also be booked by visiting the RaySearch and Accuray booths. *Regulatory clearance needed in some markets.

Las Vegas Casino Hungary signs agreement with Play’n GO

This is the third partnership that Las Vegas Casino Diamond established this year, as the industry leading operator is striving to launch the first licensed online casino in Hungary in the second half of 2016. The Hungarian gambling legislation has been allowing land-based casino license holders to offer online casino games since October 2015. The agreement will see Play’n GO’s award-winning games including Gemix, Eye of the Kraken and newly-released Cloud Quest feature on Budapest-based operator’s online casino. The objective of the agreement signed between Play’n GO and Las Vegas Casino Diamond is to create the most efficient and enjoyable online gaming experience for the future users of the online casino. Johan Tornqvist, Play’n GO’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are delighted to help Las Vegas Casino develop their online offering by providing our industry leading solutions and premium content. Land-based licence holders in Hungary are at the beginning of their online gaming journey and we are excited to bring our full suite of games to their customers. I’m certain that this is just the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership.” Samuel Falconello Jr, Executive Director of the Las Vegas Casino Group, said: “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Play’n GO, the winner of the prestigious International Gaming Awards in the category of Mobile Product of the Year. We are confident that with their long-standing expertise of the online gaming market, Play’n GO will be an important strategic partner for us to develop and operate the first-ever licensed online casino in Hungary.” About Las Vegas Casino Group The Las Vegas Casino Group has been in business since 1992 and currently operates five land-based casinos in Budapest, Hungary. The Sofitel Budapest, Tropicana, Atlantis, Atrium Eurocenter and CorvinSétány casinos offer over 1000 slots and live table games. For further information on the company please visit: About Play’n GO Play’n GO is leading developer of smart systems and games for mobile devices, gaming terminals, and websites. Their content can be uniquely customised to suit the style of any operator or brand. In addition to premium quality slots and table games, Play’n GO ensures its clients are equipped with superior back-office administration tools for reporting and marketing. Their Gaming Account Toolkit (GAT) is an independent e-gaming platform delivered with a comprehensive back office application. It now hosts over 80 games in more than 32 languages, including several bespoke games designed for some of the world’s leading casino brands. For more information about Play’n GO please visit For additional information please contact Play’n GO e-mail: Las Vegas Casino Press

Interim report January-March 2016

January-March 2016• Net sales for the first quarter amounted to SEK 3,323 million (3,251). • Organic growth was 3 per cent (5). Additionally, net sales were positively impacted by acquisitions and negatively impacted by currency effects.• Operating profit amounted to SEK 235 million (211), corresponding to an operating margin of 7.1 per cent (6.5).• Currency losses of approximately SEK 30 million had a negative effect on the Group’s operating profit, of which negative SEK 10 million comprised translation effects and negative SEK 20 million transaction effects.• Profit after tax amounted to SEK 171 million (153), corresponding to earnings per share of SEK 1.02 (0.91).• Operating cash flow amounted to SEK 78 million (34).Consolidated net sales, earnings and cash flowThe kitchen market in total is deemed to have improved during the first quarter compared with the year-earlier period.Sales increased organically 3 per cent (5). Currency losses of SEK 104 million (gains: 289) affected sales for the quarter. Commodore and CIE, which were consolidated on 1 November 2015, generated sales of SEK 104 million during the first quarter.The gross margin amounted to 39.8 per cent (40.0), negatively affected by currency effects and the acquisition of Commodore and CIE.Operating profit improved primarily as a result of higher sales volumes and lower prices of materials, but also due to the earnings contribution from Commodore and CIE.The return on operating capital including items affecting comparability was 26.1 per cent over the past twelve-month period (Jan-Dec 2015: 26.9).The return on shareholders’ equity including items affecting comparability was 24.8 per cent over the past twelve-month period (Jan-Dec 2015: 24.1).Operating cash flow increased mainly as a result of lower investments and higher earnings generation. Nobia’s investments in fixed assets amounted to SEK 56 million (92), of which SEK 14 million (27) referred to store investments.Comments from the CEO“Organic sales growth in the Group was 3 per cent during the first quarter. Our two largest regions, the UK and Nordic, which together accounted for 90 per cent of the quarter’s sales, reported both organic growth and improved operating profit. The operating margin for the past twelve months amounted to 9.4 per cent. We are now focusing on growth and increased profitability. During 2016, we will achieve the target of an operating margin of 10 per cent,” says Morten Falkenberg, President and CEO.For further informationContact any of the following on +46 (0)8 440 16 00 or +46 (0)705 95 51 00:• Morten Falkenberg, President and CEO• Mikael Norman, CFO• Lena Schattauer, Head of Communication and Investor Relations 

Brighter completes private placement of SEK 10.5 million and takes up a loan of SEK 10.5 million.

The Board of Brighter AB (publ) ("Brighter" or the "Company"), supported by the Annual General Meeting's authorization of June 17, 2015, decided to issue a total of 4,556,418 new shares with deviation from the shareholders' preferential rights. The issue was subscribed by a consortium of private investors led by Capensor Capital. The subscription price was SEK 2.33 per share. In order to strengthen the Company's financial position, the Board has decided to conduct a private placement of SEK 10.5 million. The subscription price has been determined to SEK 2.33 per share through a bookbuilding process, which represents a discount of 15 percent on the last ten trading days’ volume weighted price. The purpose of the issue and the reason for the deviation from shareholders' preferential rights is that the Board considers it beneficial for the company to raise capital totaling SEK 21 million. The rights offering one share dilution of approximately 9.92 percent in relation to the total number of shares after the issue. The number of shares in Brighter will increase by 4,556,418, from 41,380,845 shares to a total of 45,937,263 shares and the share capital increases by SEK 227,820,90, from SEK 2,066,042.25 to SEK 2,293,863,15. The loan of SEK 10.5 million has been given by the same consortium that participated in the private placement. The loan has a one year term and carries an annual interest rate of 10 %. “The funds resulting from the private placement and the loan represents a significant strengthening of our financial position. The development of Actiste® - our conneceted diabetes management tool and services - proceeds as planned, and during the spring the Board of Brighter intends to appoint the manufacturing partner in Sweden. Sales of jDome® BikeAround™ increases as expected during this quarter - a period which, together with the fourth quarter, sets the tone for sales to municipal operations”, says Truls Sjöstedt, Brighter's CEO and founder. Questions? Please contact: Henrik Norström, COOPhone: 46 733 40 30 Truls Sjöstedt, CEOPhone: 46 709 73 46 About Brighter AB (publ)Brighter develops solutions for data-driven and mobile health services. Through its intellectual property and innovative tools, jDome® and Actiste®, the company creates a more efficient care chain with focus on the individual. The goal is to simplify, streamline and enhance the information flow of relevant and reliable data between the patient and health care professionals. Brighter is initially focused on diabetes care and care for the elderly, but there are opportunities in the future to operate on a broader level, spanning more diseases and treatment approaches. This is done through The Benefit Loop™, Brighter’s cloud-based service that continuously collects, analyzes and shares data on the user's terms. The Company's shares are listed on NASDAQOMX First North/BRIG. Brighter’s Certified Adviser on Nasdaq OMX First North is Remium Corporate Finance +46 (0)8 – 454 32 76,,

Publication of a Prospectus

Regulatory Announcement Royal Bank of Canada April 27, 2016 Publication of Prospectus Not for release, publication or distribution, directly or indirectly, in or into the United States. Royal Bank of Canada has agreed to issue CNY 200,000,000 4.12 per cent. Notes due April 2019, Series 25879 (the "Notes") pursuant to its Programme for the Issuance of Securities (the "Programme"). The following document constitutes the final terms dated April 27, 2016 (the "Final Terms") relating to the admission to trading of the Notes for purpose of Article 5.4 of Directive 2003/71/EC and must be read in conjunction with the Prospectus dated October 30, 2015, as supplemented by the 1st Supplementary Notes Base Prospectus dated December 14, 2015 and the 2nd Supplementary Notes Base Prospectus dated March 1, 2016 relating to the Programme (the "Prospectus").  Full information on Royal Bank of Canada and the offer of the Notes is only available on the basis of the combination of the Final Terms and the Prospectus. DISCLAIMER - INTENDED ADDRESSEES Please note that the information contained in the Prospectus and the Final Terms, may be addressed to and/or targeted at persons who are residents of particular countries (specified in the Prospectus) only and is not intended for use and should not be relied upon by any person outside these countries and/or to whom the offer contained in the Final Terms is not addressed.  Prior to relying on the information contained in the Final Terms you must ascertain from the Prospectus, as supplemented by these Final Terms, whether or not you are part of the intended addressees of the information contained therein. The Notes have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act") and are subject to US tax law requirements.  Subject to certain exceptions, the Securities may not be offered, sold or delivered in or into the United States or to or for the account or benefit of US persons (as defined in Regulation S under the Securities Act).  No public offering of the Securities is being made in the United States. Your right to access this service is conditional upon complying with the above requirement. To view the full document, please paste the following URLs into the address bar of your browser. For further information, please contact Erin Dion Senior Counsel Royal Bank of Canada Telephone Number:  (416) 974-4103 Fax Number:  (416) 955-2032 Email: This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END

First proton therapy treatments with RayStation in Asia

It is a significant achievement for RaySearch that Samsung Medical Center is now treating patients with RayStation. The center is the first in Asia to deliver proton therapy treatments with RayStation and the first to use it in conjunction with SHI delivery machines. This is the result of a long and fruitful collaboration between RaySearch, SMC and SHI that has enabled the first clinical treatment to be carried out on schedule. Consequently, the latest RayStation 5 release provides support for all treatment delivery machines from SHI, including line scanning and wobbling.* Both line scanning and wobbling are treatment techniques for proton therapy that offer the possibility to carefully control the radiation dose deposition, both laterally and in terms of depth. Line scanning is a special mode of pencil beam scanning (PBS), where the beam is delivered continuously with a constant beam current in each energy layer and the intensity modulation is achieved by varying the scan speed within the energy layer. This allows for faster delivery of the treatment plan. Wobbling is a broad beam technique, which provides a favorable combination of field size and efficacy, allowing large tumors to be treated in a short period and with a high degree of precision. Sumitomo wobbling delivers a combination of proton energies simultaneously, making the technique less sensitive to, for example, motion associated with breathing, compared with techniques that deliver one energy at a time. Johan Löf, CEO and founder of RaySearch Laboratories, says: “This is an important milestone for RaySearch. SMC was the first Asian center to order RayStation in 2012 and we are proud that we could contribute to its first treatment on schedule. It is important for us to support a broad range of treatment machines and techniques. RayStation is already the treatment planning system in the world that supports the largest number of treatment techniques and machine types, and with our support for line scanning and wobbling we are now fortifying this position.” Youngyih Han, Ph.D, Samsung Medical Center, comments: “When we decided to use proton wobbling and line scanning as treatment techniques, we had already identified RayStation as the best treatment planning system to meet our needs. Today, we can conclude that the collaboration to achieve clinical implementation was extremely effective, and we have achieved a solution for treatment planning that matches our requirements and preferences.” * Wobbling is not available in the US. RayStation 5 is pending clearance in Canada.

Lights, Camera… Angry Birds Action!

Today Rovio is thrilled to introduce to the world the fast-moving pinball arcade smasher Angry Birds Action! – the focal point for a whole new kind of 360 entertainment experience that Rovio is orchestrating together with its partners. In the latest Angry Birds symphony of destruction, leader of the flock Red smashes and crashes through obstacles and bounces from wall to wall like a wrecking ball – all in the name, of course, of saving precious and fragile eggs. Along the way, players unlock exclusive additional content by going to see The Angry Birds Movie on opening weekend, and also play augmented-reality mini-games and earn new rewards by scanning special BirdCodes located out in the real world. More than 1 billion BirdCodes have been prepared and printed around the world, and can be found on innovative consumer products created by Rovio’s global partners such as The LEGO Group and H&M, or on display in physical retail environments such as Walmart in the United States. When scanned with Angry Birds Action! BirdCodes unlock additional power-ups and digital content, bringing a new digital dimension to, for example, McDonald’s Happy Meals, PEZ candy dispensers, H&M apparel, LEGO® building sets inspired by the film, and many other products by more partners in local territories. Movie Magic is in the air What’s more, by going to see the The Angry Birds Movie in the cinema during the opening weekend and sticking around for the credits, audience members with the game open on their device get treated to more Movie Magic – a whole new area of the game to explore and an additional exclusive movie clip that can’t be seen anywhere else but inside Angry Birds Action! Movie Magic works in the game by detecting an inaudible digital watermark that plays only behind the end credits. “With The Angry Birds Movie coming soon, Angry Birds Action! brings the brand back full circle to its mobile origins, while also creating with our partners a new type of entertainment experience altogether,” says Kati Levoranta, Rovio CEO. “We have put the Angry Birds characters and story at the center of a truly 360-degree experience this summer, bringing the storyworld to life in a new way both for our heavily engaged fanbase and newcomers alike,” adds Miika Tams, VP Games. “Angry Birds Action! is the cornerstone of our comprehensive Digital Movie Program, which bridges digital and physical entertainment like never before, and with more than 1 billion BirdCodes to be found out in the wild, at a scale never seen before either.” Angry Birds Action! is published by Rovio Entertainment and developed by Tag Games. The game is completely free to download, play and succeed in, but optional in-app purchases are available. Players are reminded to have the permission of the bill payer before making any in-app purchases. BirdCodes at retail partners require no purchase to function – just walk in, find the BirdCode, scan and enjoy. However, take-home consumer products bearing BirdCodes really should be purchased before, you know, taking them home. Notes to editors · More than two dozen unique BirdCode experiences within Angry Birds Action! have been developed with promotional and licensing partners · Each of the six LEGO Angry Birds playsets come with their own different augmented-reality mini-game, unlocked by scanning the BirdCode found on the last page of the building instructions · Play a “Whack-a-Pig” mini-game by scanning BirdCodes on McDonald’s Happy Meals, drink cups, wrappers and trayliners and also take selfies with characters from The Angry Birds Movie · Designs on H&M apparel include BirdCodes that unlock an endless runner mini-game starring Red, Chuck or Bomb · Fling virtual PEZ candies at pigs by scanning the BirdCodes on Angry Birds Movie PEZ dispensers · Go on an augmented-reality Egg Hunt with BirdCodes found on products by many more partners in local territories (for example, Peperami in Europe) · Go on a real-world scavenger hunt by visiting retailers such as Walmart or Toys ‘R’ Us, and looking for the BirdCodes on display. Scanning them unlocks additional power-ups and a different character (Red, Chuck, Bomb or a Pig) that provides a key to a mystery box in the game

Fincantieri orders full scale deployment of Climeon’s heat power solution for its cruise ships

“At Fincantieri we continuously strive to improve our designs ensuring we maximize the value delivered to our customers. Working with Climeon is a way for us to deliver even cleaner and more energy efficient solutions”, says Fabrizio Cafagna, Head of Basic Design at Fincantieri’s Merchant Ship Business Unit. Climeon Ocean™ is a heat power solution that generates electricity using waste heat from the ship’s engines delivering reduced fuel consumption as well as reduced emissions. The configuration is optimizing energy efficiency and usage of heat onboard the ships. “We are pleased that Fincantieri, one of the world’s largest shipbuilding groups, has selected Climeon for these cruise ships. This large scale deployment further highlights the strong business case for customers using our groundbreaking technology” says Thomas Öström, CEO of Climeon, announcing the contract. “For Climeon this order is a major step into the important Cruise Ship business”, says Johan Larson, Head of Marine Sales at Climeon, “Energy and environmental savings are important factors for the future of the Cruise Ship business, we therefore see a lot of customer interests in our solutions.” Climeon Ocean™ is based on a groundbreaking and award winning new technology that converts hot water into 100% clean electricity. With its substantial energy and cost savings the solution has gained traction both for marine as well as land based applications. In 2015 Frost and Sullivan gave Climeon the “Technology Innovation Award” for best marine waste heat recovery solution. Deliveries of the above Climeon Ocean™ systems will start in 2017.

Notice to attend the Annual General Meeting of Axactor AB (publ)

Notice of attendance shall be done by regular mail to Axactor AB (publ), Annual General Meeting 2016, Hovslagargatan 5B, bottom floor, SE-111 48 Stockholm, Sweden, by telephone +46 8 402 28 00, by fax +46 8 402 28 01 or by e-mail to When giving notice of attendance, please state the shareholder’s name, social security number or corporate registration number, address, and telephone number (office hours). A shareholder may be accompanied by one or two assistants if the shareholders give notice to the Company of the accompanying persons in accordance with what has previously been stated.  Shareholding in the name of a nominee  To be entitled to participate in the meeting, those whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must register the shares in their own name with the help of the nominee, so that he or she is entered in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB on Friday, May 20, 2016. This registration may be made temporarily.  Shareholders registered in the Norwegian Verdipapirsentralen (VPS) must request a temporary entry as shareholders in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB in order to be entitled to participate in the meeting. Shareholders wishing to attend the meeting must notify DNB Bank ASA about this by regular mail to the address Verdipapirservice, Postboks 1600 Sentrum, 0021 Oslo or by e-mail to no later than 12.00 noon CET on Wednesday, May 18, 2016, in order for DNB Bank to be able to ensure that an entry is made in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB by Friday, May 20, 2016, which is the day when such entry must have been executed. Following the meeting, DNB Bank will arrange for the shares to be re-registered in the Norwegian Verdipapirsentralen.  Proxies etc.  Those who do not attend the meeting in person may exercise his or her rights at the meeting through a proxy in possession of a written proxy form, signed and dated. A template proxy form will be available on the Company’s website no later than three weeks before the meeting and on the day of the meeting. The template proxy form can also be obtained from the Company. A proxy form issued by a legal entity must be accompanied by a copy of the certificate of registration or a corresponding document of authority for the legal entity. To facilitate registration at the meeting, proxy forms, certificates of registration and other documents of authority should be submitted to the Company at the address above no later than by Monday, May 23, 2016.  Proposed agenda  1. Opening of the meeting  2. Election of chair of the meeting  3. Preparation and approval of voting list  4. Adoption of agenda  5. Election of one or two persons to check the minutes of the meeting  6. Determination of whether the meeting has been duly convened  7. Presentation of the annual report and the auditors’ report as well as the consolidated accounts and auditors’ report on the consolidated accounts  8. Resolution on adoption of the income statement and balance sheet as well as the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet  9. Resolution on appropriation of the Company’s result as shown on the adopted balance sheet 10. The Board of Directors’ statement regarding corporate governance  11. Resolution on discharge of the directors and Managing Director from personal liability  12. Resolution on the number of directors and deputy directors  13. Election of directors and chair of the Board of Directors  14. Election of auditor  15. Resolution on remuneration and other compensation to the directors  16. Resolution on remuneration payable to the auditor  17. Resolution on the establishment of a Nomination Committee and the election of members thereto  18. Resolution on authorization to issue shares and certain other financial instruments  19. Resolution on change of Articles of Association; (a) removal of series A-shares and (b) change of accounting currency  20. Closing of the meeting  The proposals by the Board of Directors  The previous Nomination Committee of the Company resigned at the Annual General Meeting on June 3, 2015. A new Nomination Committee is proposed to be established at this Annual General Meeting, and which, if elected, will take office from the date of the Annual General Meeting. Accordingly, the proposals in relation to composition and remuneration of the Board of Directors below have not been prepared by a Nomination Committee.  Election of chair of the meeting (item 2)  The Board of Directors proposes that Mr. Hendrik Kangasmuukko (lawyer at Wistrand Advokatbyrå) shall be elected chair of the Annual General Meeting.  Resolution on appropriation of the Company’s result as shown on the adopted balance sheet (item 9)  At the disposal of the meeting is the share premium reserve of SEK 1,468,787,486, the retained earnings of SEK -1,071,213,151 as well as the result for the period of SEK -204,756,757. Total unrestricted equity at the disposal of the meeting thus amounts to SEK 192,817,578.  The Board of Directors proposes that the funds available, SEK 192,817,578, are brought forward.  Resolution on number of directors and deputy directors and election of directors and chair of the Board of Directors (items 12 – 13)  The Board of Directors recommends to appoint a board consisting of three directors and no deputy directors. Further, it is proposed to re-appoint Einar J. Greve, Gunnar Hvammen and Per Dalemo as directors, and that Einar J. Greve shall continue as the chair of the Board of Directors.  Resolution on election of auditor (item 14)  The Board of Directors recommends to re-appoint PricewaterhouseCoopers as auditors with Mr. Johan Palmgren as responsible auditor.  Resolution on remuneration and other compensation to the directors (item 15)  The Board of Directors proposes that board remuneration amounting to SEK 900,000 shall be paid to the chair of the Board of Directors while as each of the two ordinary directors shall be paid SEK 450,000. No remuneration shall be paid to the Board of Directors for any type of committee work.  Resolution on remuneration payable to the auditor (item 16)  The Board of Directors proposes that the auditor shall be compensated for accrued and approved invoices.  Resolution on the establishment of a Nomination Committee and the election of members thereto (item 17)  The Board of Directors proposes to the general meeting to, in accordance with the Company’s Corporate Governance Policy, resolve on members and instructions for a nomination committee, mainly in accordance with the following: A nomination committee (the "Nomination Committee") consisting of one (1) to three (3) members at the discretion of the general meeting shall be elected. All members of the Nomination Committee shall be elected by the general meeting. The names of the candidates of the Nomination Committee shall be disclosed in advance of the Annual General Meeting.  The term of office of the Nomination Committee appointed in this way shall end when a new Nomination Committee has been appointed.  Resolution on authorization to issue shares and certain other financial instruments (item 18)  The Board of Directors proposes that the general meeting resolves to authorize the Board of Directors to, on one or more occasions before the Annual General Meeting of 2017, resolve on issues of shares, warrants and/or convertible instruments, mainly in accordance with the following.  a) Issues may be carried out with or without considering the shareholders’ preferential rights.  b) The total number of shares which can be issued through resolutions under the authorization shall not exceed 400,000,000 shares through share issues, the exercise of warrants and/or conversion of convertible instruments (this does, however, not prevent warrants and convertible instruments from being combined with terms and conditions for recalculation which, if applied, may result in another number of shares), corresponding to approximately 34 percent of the number of shares and votes in the Company after dilution, based on the number of shares and votes in the Company as at the date of this notice including outstanding warrants and an ongoing issue in kind directed to the sellers of IKAS company.  c) Issues carried out without the shareholders’ preferential rights with cash payment or payment by set-off of claims, may only take place at a price in line with the market price of the Company’s share with a deduction for such market-related discount deemed required by the Board of Directors for successfully carrying out the issue. In case of a rights issue, the Board of Directors decides on the pricing.  d) The authorization shall include a right to resolve on issues with cash payment, payment by set-off of claims or payment with non-cash consideration, and in combination with such conditions referred to in Chapter 2, section 5 second paragraph, points 2–3 and 5 of the Swedish Companies Act.  The reason for the Board of Directors’ proposal as well as the possibility to disregard the shareholders’ preferential rights is that the Company must be prepared to without delay improve its financial position and strengthen the shareholder value by way of opportunities that may arise. The authorization approved at the Extraordinary General Meeting on December 23, 2015 expires as of the Annual General Meeting of 2016.  Resolution to change the Articles of Association; removal of series A-shares and change of accounting currency (item 19 (a) and (b))  19 (a) – Removal of Series A-shares  According to the current Articles of Association there are two share series, ordinary shares with one vote per share and A-shares with 0.999 votes per share. The latter is a technical solution from autumn 2015 when the private placement of 400 million new shares took place. Currently there are no A-shares outstanding and the Board of Directors does not foresee a need for different series of shares. The Board of Directors proposes to the general meeting to amend the current Articles of Association of the Company whereby the serie A-shares, and the related conversion right in § 14, is removed.  The existing and new proposed wordings of § 5 of the Articles of Association are as follows:  Existing wording:  5. Amount of Shares and Series of Shares The number of shares in the company shall be not less than 400,000,000 shares and not more than 1,600,000,000 shares.  The shares may be issued in two different classes, ordinary shares and shares in class A. Ordinary shares and shares in class A may be issued to a number corresponding to all issued shares in the company.  Ordinary shares shall carry one (1) vote each in the company. Shares of class A shall carry 0.999 vote each in the company. Shares of series A shall be subject to conversion in accordance with item 14 in the Articles of Association.  If the Company decides to issue new shares payable by cash or by debt set-off, then existing shares shall give preferential rights to subscribe to new shares of the same series in a quantity proportional to the existing number of shares of the same series (primary preferential rights). Newly issued shares not subscribed in accordance with the primary preferential rights shall be offered to all existing shareholders (secondary preferential rights). If the remaining quantity of shares offered in accordance with the secondary preferential rights do not suffice, then such remaining quantity of shares shall be allocated to the subscribers in proportions corresponding to the subscribers’ relative existing total shareholding in the Company. If full allocation cannot be accomplished in this way concerning any share(s), any remaining allocation shall take place by drawing of lots.  If the Company decides to issue new shares of one only series payable by cash or by debt set-off, then all existing shareholders shall have preemptive rights to subscribe to these shares proportionate to their existing shareholdings.  What is stated above does not constitute a limitation to announce a directed issue payable by cash or by debt set-off with a deviation from the existing shareholders’ preferential rights.  What is stated above relating to the shareholders’ preferential rights shall also be applicable on any issues of warrants and convertible debentures.  If the Company increases the share capital by conducting a bonus issue, then new bonus shares shall be issued in both share series in the same proportions as given prior to the bonus issue. At such occasions existing shares of each share series shall give preferential rights to new bonus shares of the corresponding share series. What is stated in the preceding paragraph shall not imply limitations, following corresponding amendments to the Articles of Association, to issue bonus shares of a new series.  Proposed new wording:  5. Amount of Shares  The number of shares shall be not less than 400,000,000 and not more than 1,600,000,000.  The conversion right in § 14 of the Articles of Association is removed.  19 (b) – Change of accounting currency  The Board of Directors proposes to change the accounting currency of the Company from SEK to EUR. The reason for the change is to align the accounting currency within the group.  The new accounting currency will, provided the Annual General Meeting so resolves, be introduced as of the following financial year.  The existing and new proposed wordings of § 14 of the Articles of Association are as follows:  Existing wording: No wording (following resolution to remove § 14 as per item 19 (a)).  Proposed new wording:  14. Accounting currency (to be included as § 15 if §14 is not removed.)  The accounting currency shall be euro (EUR).  The full and complete new proposed Articles of Association of the Company can be studied in a separate attachment available on the website  Resolutions according to items 18 and 19 (a)-(b) above demand support by at least 2/3 of both the votes present and casted at the Annual General Meeting in order to be valid.  ____________________________  Shareholders’ right to request information  Upon request by any shareholder and where the Board of Directors believes that such may take place without significant harm to the Company, the Board of Directors and the Managing Director should provide information at the Annual General Meeting in respect of any circumstances which may affect the assessment of a matter on the agenda, and any circumstances which may affect the assessment of the Company’s or a subsidiary’s financial position and as regards the Company’s relationship to other group companies. The obligation to provide information relates also to the consolidated accounts.  Documents  Accounting documents and the auditor’s report as well as the complete proposals will be available at office of the Company and on the Company’s website no later than three weeks before the meeting including the day of the meeting. Copies of accounting documents and the auditor’s report as well as the proposals will be sent free of charge to those shareholders who so request and state their postal address.  Corporate governance  As the Company is a Swedish private limited liability listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, the Norwegian Recommendation for Corporate Governance (the “Recommendation”) does not apply directly to the Company. However, with due regard to the fact that the Company is listed in Norway and to a substantial degree approaches the Norwegian investor market, and considering that it wishes to place emphasis on sound corporate governance, the Company has prepared a policy document on the basis of the Recommendation, but made certain necessary adjustments given the Company’s Swedish domicile. The report on corporate governance is included in the annual report for 2015, which is available on the Company's website  Shares and votes  As per the day of this notice, the total number of shares and votes in the Company is 656,214,360. However the registration of 49,033,589 new shares following the issue in kind directed at the sellers of IKAS company is ongoing and is expected to be registered before the Annual General Meeting.  ____________________________  Stockholm, April 2016  Axactor AB (publ)  The Board of Directors 

SKF First quarter report 2016

Gothenburg, 28 April 2016: Alrik Danielson, President and CEO: “Although we experienced challenges in many markets in the first quarter, the benefits from the cost reduction initiatives implemented during 2015 are now materializing. This is evid­enced by the Group’s operating performance in the quarter and our operating margin of 11.1%, a decline of one percentage point. The Automotive Market profit improvement programme that was launched during the fourth quarter of 2015 is also progressing well and contributed to an operating margin of 7.4%, an improvement of two percentage points. Sales within Industrial Market were lower than expected, mainly related to China and North America. Within Automotive Market, sales to the car and truck industries in Europe and Asia were both strong, whilst sales in North America were weak. We have continued our activities to focus our business port­folio around our core bearing business. As a result we have agreed to divest our fly-by-wire and Kaydon velocity control businesses for a total consideration of about SEK 3 billion. In order to simplify and further drive organic sales growth and improve profitability, we have adjusted our structure to four areas; Industrial Sales Americas, Industrial Sales Europe and MEA, Industrial Sales Asia, and Automotive and Aerospace. In addition, we have combined the responsibility for our end-to-end procurement, manufacturing and logistics operations into the newly formed Bearing Operations and formed a new structure for product and business development. Entering the second quarter 2016, we expect sequentially slightly higher demand for the Group’s products and services, driven mainly by Asia and North America.” Key figures, SEKm Q1 2016 Q1 2015Net sales 17 720 19 454Operating profit excl. one-time 1 972 2 376itemsOperating margin excl. one-time 11.1 12.2items, %One-time items in operating -97 -655profitOperating profit 1 875 1 721Operating margin, % 10.6 8.8Profit before taxes, excl. 1 755 2 167operating and financial one-timeitemsProfit before taxes 1 658 1 592Net cash flow after investments 510 988before financing Net sales change y-o-y, %: Organic Structure Currency TotalQ1 2016 -6.1 -0.8 -2.0 -8.9 Organic sales Europe North Latin Asia Middle Eastchange in America America & Africalocal currencies,per region y-o-y,%:Q1 2016 -1.9 -11.0 -3.1 -9.3 1.0 Outlook for the second quarter 2016 Demand compared to the second quarter 2015The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be slightly lower for the Group. Demand for the Automotive Market is expected to be slightly higher, demand for Specialty Business is expected to be relatively unchanged and demand for the Industrial Market is expected to be lower. Demand is expected to be relatively unchanged in Europe, lower in Asia and Latin America and significantly lower in North America. Demand compared to the first quarter 2016The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be slightly higher for the Group. Demand for the Industrial Market and Automotive Market is expected to be higher, and demand for Specialty Business is expected to be relatively unchanged. Demand is expected to be relatively unchanged in Europe and in Latin America, higher in North America and significantly higher in Asia. A teleconference will be held on 28 April 2016 at 09:00 (CEST): SE: +46 8 5065 3936 UK: +44 20 3427 1912 US: +1 646 254 3364 You will find all information regarding the SKF First quarter report 2016 on the Group’s IR website. Aktiebolaget SKF      (publ) AB SKF is required to disclose the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08:00 on 28 April 2016.

Nordic Capital has sold its holding in Thule Group AB (publ)

Press release, April 28, 2016 NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR SOUTH AFRICA OR IN ANY JURISDICTION IN WHICH SUCH RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. PLEASE SEE THE IMPORTANT NOTICE AT THE END OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT. Nordic Capital Fund VII1) (“Nordic Capital”) has sold its entire remaining holding of 10,608,828 shares in Thule Group AB (publ) (“Thule Group”), representing approximately 10.5 percent of the total number of shares in Thule Group in an accelerated book-building process at a price of SEK 111 per share (the “Placing”). The demand from investors was very high. After the Placing, Nordic Capital does not own any shares in Thule Group. Goldman Sachs International and Nordea acted as Joint Bookrunners in connection with the Placing. Contact information: Nordic Capital Katarina Janerud, Communication Manager NC Advisory AB, advisor to the Nordic Capital Funds Tel: +46 8 440 50 69 e-mail: Important Notice: This announcement is for information only and does not constitute an offer or invitation to underwrite, subscribe for or otherwise acquire or dispose of any securities or investment advice in any jurisdiction in which such an offer or solicitation is unlawful, including without limitation, the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan or South Africa. Any failure to comply with these restrictions may constitute a violation of the securities laws of such jurisdictions. This announcement and the information contained herein, is not an offer of securities for sale in, and is not for transmission to or publication, distribution or release, directly or indirectly, in the United States of America (including its territories and possessions, any state of the United States of America and the District of Columbia) (the "United States"). The securities being offered have not been and will not be registered under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), or under any applicable securities laws of any state or other jurisdiction of the United States and may not be offered, sold, resold, transferred or delivered, directly or indirectly, in the United States unless registered under the Securities Act or pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, such registration requirements and in accordance with any applicable securities laws of any state or other jurisdiction of the United States. No public offering of the securities discussed herein is being made in the United States. This announcement is directed only at: (A) persons in member states of the European Economic Area (the "EEA") who are "qualified investors" within the meaning of Article 2(1)(e) of the EU Prospectus Directive (Directive 2003/71/EC (and amendments thereto, including Directive 2010/73/EU, to the extent implemented in the relevant member state of the EEA) and includes any relevant implementing measure in each relevant member state of the EEA) (the "Qualified Investors"); (B) in the United Kingdom, Qualified Investors who are persons who (i) have professional experience in matters relating to investments and who fall within the definition of "investment professionals" in Article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005 (as amended) (the "Order"); or (ii) who are high net worth entities falling within Article 49 of the Order; or (iii) are persons to whom it may otherwise be lawfully communicated; and (C) other persons to whom it may otherwise lawfully be communicated, (all such persons together being referred to as "Relevant Persons"). If you are not a Relevant Person, you will not be eligible to participate in the offering, and you should not act upon, or rely on, this announcement. 1) Nordic Capital VII Limited, acting in its capacity as General Partner of Nordic Capital VII Alpha, L.P. and Nordic Capital VII Beta, L.P., together with any associated co-investment vehicles.

Electrolux President and CEO Jonas Samuelson’s comments on the results for the first quarter 2016

Electrolux operating income of SEK 1,268 million for the first quarter 2016 more than doubled compared to the first quarter the previous year. Major Appliances EMEA continued the positive trend and delivered an operating margin over 6% for the quarter and the last 12 months. Major Appliances North America achieved a significant turnaround compared with the weak first quarter 2015. Furthermore, the earnings trend in Professional Products remained positive and operating income in Asia/Pacific and Small Appliances also improved. The performance in the important Latin America region continued to be impacted by a weak market and currency environment. The appliance market continued to grow in Western Europe and was particularly strong in Italy, Germany and the UK. Most markets in Eastern Europe also grew. Russia appears to have stabilized at low levels following the significant downturn in 2015. Electrolux gained market share in the focus segments premium branded built-in kitchen and laundry. Organic growth of 7%, driven by higher volumes and improved mix, together with strong focus on cost efficiency, contributed positively. We confirm our expectations for market demand growth and forecast the Western European market to grow by 2-3% in 2016 and the market in Eastern Europe by approximately 2%. Our operations in North America continued to recover and operating income increased significantly year-over-year. Revenue growth of 6% and improved cost efficiency contributed to the results. The work to stabilize and increase efficiency in the cooking plant in Memphis is making progress according to plan. Volume growth in the US market for appliances has remained healthy and increased by 8% in the first quarter. We now expect market demand for appliances to grow by 4-5% in 2016. The financial performance in Major Appliances Latin America continued to be affected by the weak market situation and unfavorable currency rates. Market demand for appliances in Latin America in general weakened significantly year-over-year in most markets. As a consequence, Electrolux sales volumes decreased in the quarter while market shares were stable. To mitigate these market conditions and currency headwinds, we continued to reduce structural costs and also increased prices. We expect the Latin American market, mainly Brazil, to remain weak in 2016. In Asia/Pacific, operating income increased following a good development in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia. Earnings were also positively impacted by the repositioning and reduced sales activities in China. This work will continue. Small Appliances benefited from cost reductions and improved sales in more profitable categories and markets. Professional Products continued the profitable growth trajectory in both Laundry Systems and Food Service. The focus on increasing the operating margin of the Group will continue throughout the year, with emphasis on product cost efficiency leveraging initiatives including modularization and automation, and launches of innovative premium products delivering great consumer experiences. The strong efforts to improve financial results in the challenging Latin America region, as well as the refocus of the Small Appliances business area will also have continued high priority. Stockholm, April 28, 2016 Jonas Samuelson President and CEO

Quartely report for TagMaster AB January-March 2016

Press release, Sweden, Stockholm, April 28 2016 A robust quarter with extensive development work First quarter · Net sales increased during the first quarter by 28,1% to 24,6 MSEK (19,2) · Result before depreciation (EBITDA) was 2,0 MSEK (2,6), corresponding to a margin of  8,2% (13,74) · Net result after tax was 0,9 MSEK (2,0) · Result per share was 0,01 (0,02) · Cash flow from the business for the period was -0,2 MSEK (3,4) · CitySync Ltd makes a small operating profit for the quarter  After end of period · TagMaster announced April 27 that its intention to acquire the French company Balogh, one of the pioneers within the RFID technology working within rail solutions and access/security solutions.   Comments by the CEO Our sales during first quarter has been stable with much focus on product development, both general product development and customer specific product development. We have come a long way in the integration and transformation work with CtySync, which after many years with losses is going through a major change with a total change in its strategy and with a substantially more efficient organization. As a consequence of the strategy change, turnover in CitySync will drop some during the year before going into a new growth phase. It is a result of that we consciously have left a number of larger non profitable projects and instead are focusing on building a scalable business model supported by several product launches during 2016. We have also chosen to focus our marketing resources on fewer markets coinciding with the markets of TagMaster. Our Rail business has been characterized by intensive NRE (Nonrecurring Engineering) work connected to the big rail project announced during the end of last year. We work on a new rail reader where prototypes should be available already early second quarter, which is record time for a project this complexity. We also work on a new rail tag with 20 year lifetime to be used in the same project, but also in other future projects. We still judge there will be further new projects of medium size coming in during 2016 and with serial deliveries the following years. Our Traffic business has continued to develop well in several of our markets with increasing margins. The US market has continued to develop well while the markets in EMEA and the Nordics have been unchanged. We continue to increase the market efforts during 2016 supported by our recently launched UHF products which we judge will have a positive impact on sales and margins during years to come. We continue the work to develop more products in our UHF family and we will launch more products by the end of 2016. In CitySync we work on making new products in high speed to enable us to address a bigger application market. We have during the quarter started sales of CitySync 30, an IP based ANPR camera for the parking and the access markets, and which should be seen as an entry product. We launched during the quarter CitySync 50, an ANPR camera with all functions integrated in the camera, and which could work all standalone which makes it suitable for “free-flow” parking and for “buslane enforcement”. CitySync 50 is expected to start sellng during the second quarter and we will also launch CitySync 100, an ANPR camera for traffic solutions and toll roads during the present quarter. In parallel to all these hardware launches we refine our software and we offer a totally new web based user interface with the purpose to shorten installation time. Our quarterly result of 2,0 MSEK (2,6) depends on somewhat higher costs in TagMaster as well as in CitySync due to the product development described above, explaining the lower comparable result. Jonas Svensson This report like all previous economic reports can be found at the company home page For further information, please contact: Jonas Svensson, CEO, +46 8-6321950, About TagMaster TagMaster is an application driven technology company that designs and markets advanced   identification systems and solutions based on radio & vision technology (RFID & ANPR) for demanding environments. Business areas include Traffic Solutions and Rail Solutions providing innovative mobility solutions, sold under the brands TagMaster & CitySync, in order to increase efficiency, security, convenience and to decrease environmental impact within Smart Cities. TagMaster has dedicated agencies in the US and in China and exports mainly to Europe, Middle East, Asia and North America via a global network of partners, systems integrators and distributors. TagMaster was founded in 1994 and has its headquarters in Stockholm. TagMaster is a public company and its shares are traded on First North stock exchange in Stockholm, Sweden. TagMasters certified advisor is Remium AB. For more information about TagMaster, please visit

Vattenfall’s first quarter 2016: Stable earnings - increased production and lower costs

First quarter in summary: ·Net sales of SEK 45,929 million (45,377) ·Underlying operating profit of SEK 8,136 million (7,736) ·Operating profit of SEK 10,011 million (8,386) ·Profit after tax of SEK 6,602 million (4,987) ·Electricity generation of 48.7 TWh (46.4) CEO’s comments:“Good water supply for the hydro power plants, higher capacity at Ringhals 4 and greater availability at Forsmark 1 contributed to higher generation volumes. However, the negative price trend with subsequently lower production margins is putting continued pressure on Vattenfall,” says Magnus Hall, President and CEO. “At the same time that hedging of our future electricity generation has served us well, we are also seeing a continued dramatic drop in futures prices,” says Magnus Hall. The quarter was characterised by efforts to shift Vattenfall’s production portfolio and by measures to strengthen the company’s financial position and profitability, including cost-cutting and investment partnerships. “We have set a clear direction in our strategy and our strategic targets, where sustainability is integrated as a natural component. The agreement to sell our lignite operations shows that we are taking strong measures to adapt the portfolio in the right direction,” says Magnus Hall. The sale will result in a CO2 exposure reduction by approximately 60 million tonnes, representing more than 70 percent of Vattenfall’s total emissions in 2015, whilst the share of Vattenfall’s climate-neutral production will increase to more than 75 percent from current levels of approximately 50 percent. “Renewable energy production will make up an increasingly larger part of the portfolio and contribute to sustainable and profitable growth. At the same time that we are breaking ground on our first large-scale solar farm, we have also concluded a partnership deal with the pension company AMF on a wind farm,” says Magnus Hall. Nuclear power generation increased during the first quarter of the year, but Vattenfall’s continued operation of nuclear power in Sweden remains challenged as a result of the nuclear tax, which needs to be abolished in order to secure Sweden’s energy supply and enable the transition to a fully renewable energy system. “A sustainable production portfolio together with customer-centric energy solutions makes up the core of the new Vattenfall. We will be a climate-neutral company by 2050,” concludes Magnus Hall. Vattenfall discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act. Issued by Vattenfall’s Press Office, telephone: +46-8-739 50 10, e-mail: information and material:

Textron Systems Completes Hybrid Quadrotor Proof of Concept Integration on Aerosonde™ SUAS

HUNT VALLEY, Md. — APRIL 28, 2016 — Textron Systems Unmanned Systems (, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) business, announced today the successful demonstration of the Aerosonde™ Small Unmanned Aircraft System ( (SUAS) enabled with Hybrid Quadrotor™ technology – allowing the system to take-off and land vertically to significantly increase mission flexibility.With assistance from Latitude Engineering ( and Cloud Cap Technology (, the Textron Systems’ proof-of-concept work combines the vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) capabilities of a multi-rotor platform with the efficiency, speed and endurance of the Aerosonde SUAS fixed-wing aircraft. With the addition of VTOL capabilities, the system retains service proven capability within a smaller, more portable footprint.“With its size, endurance and power, as well as experience in harsh environments from desert heat to the Arctic air, the Aerosonde SUAS has already proven its multi-mission capabilities,” said Vice President of Small/Medium Endurance Unmanned Aircraft Systems David Phillips. “Now, with the potential to add VTOL capabilities, the mission possibilities are almost endless. The system could be launched from the smallest operational areas – adding an array of applications both on land and at sea.”Textron Systems’ highly reliable and multi-mission capable Aerosonde SUAS has amassed more than 130,000 flight hours in commercial and military operations around the world. The system incorporates the purpose-built Lycoming EL-005 Heavy Fuel Engine for benchmark-setting reliability and performance. The Aerosonde system is a multi-mission capable UAS that offers the ability to simultaneously support electro optical/infrared full motion video, communications relay, Automatic Identification Systems, and intelligence payloads within a single flight. 

Precise Biometrics signs license agreement with IDEX

The license agreement will generate royalty revenue based on sales of fingerprint sensors from IDEX that includes Precise Biometrics’ algorithm solutions. Royalty revenues are volume dependent and cannot be forecasted at this point. The agreement includes a limited initial fixed fee for the right to integrate and use Precise Biometrics’ software, which will be recognized starting from the second quarter 2016.  “IDEX is one of the most promising sensor vendors in the market and we are pleased to enter this collaboration, which further strengthens our position as the leading supplier of fingerprint software”, said Håkan Persson, CEO of Precise Biometrics. “Precise Biometrics offer industry leading algorithm solutions suitable for a range of applications. We are collaborating on a number of specific market opportunities together with Precise Biometrics”, said Dr. Hemant Mardia, CEO of IDEX. This press release contains information that Precise Biometrics is required to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980). The information was submitted for publication at 8.00 am CET on April 29, 2016. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACTHåkan Persson, CEO, Precise Biometrics ABTelefon; +46 46 31 11 05 or +46 734 35 11 05 E-mail; hakan.persson@precisebiometrics.comABOUT PRECISE BIOMETRICSPrecise Biometrics is a market-leading provider of solutions that prove people's identities through smart cards and fingerprint recognition. The company´s products can be used for ID, enterprise and bank cards as well as access to mobile solutions, computers and networks. Precise Biometrics serves business and government organizations throughout the world and its products are licensed to close to 160 million users. For more information, please visit; ABOUT IDEXIDEX has developed the world’s most advanced fingerprint imaging, recognition and authentication technology. IDEX’s innovative Intellectual Property (IP) is protected by a comprehensive portfolio of 47 granted and pending patent families, which continues to grow through ongoing innovation. The IDEX business model is based on designing innovative fingerprint sensor IP and products, which IDEX sells and licenses global Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) partners. These partners utilise IDEX IP in a range of biometrically enabled products. The customers are either purchasing IDEX fingerprint sensor units or paying a royalty on units they produce. IDEX’s addressable market represents a multi-billion unit opportunity, centred on three core markets; Mobile Devices, ID security and Smart Cards and The Internet of Things. IDEX has an exciting and competitive product ready road map including swipe sensors, touch sensors with disruptive cost positions, and a unique in-glass solution.The Company is currently in the process of commercialising these products and has recently announced a number of important OEM partnerships and end user design wins. IDEX ASA (ticker IDEX) is a Norwegian public company, founded in 1995, and its shares are Listed on the Oslo Børs (Oslo stock exchange). For more information, please visit or contact IDEX at hk(at)

Classic biscuits return to Fazer - Fazer purchases the Domino, Jaffa and Fanipala brands

Fazer extends its biscuit assortment and purchases the Domino, Jaffa and Fanipala brands from Mondelez. Taking over these brands is a continuation to Fazer’s acquisition of the biscuit production in Vantaa from Kraft Foods (currently Mondelez) in 2012. Fazer wants to grow in its home markets and adding these strong, local brands to its portfolio is a natural way to develop the company’s share in the biscuit market. Domino is Finland’s most valued biscuit brand. ʻThe return of these classic favourite biscuits to Fazer’s portfolio offers us excellent opportunities. We constantly develop our offering based on changing consumer needs. For example, snacking is an important new area for us where biscuits are in a key positionʼ, say Rolf Ladau, Managing Director of Fazer Confectionery. Biscuits are part of the Fazer Confectionery Business Area. Fazer’s experience in the biscuit business is long; Fazer produced biscuit products from 1929 to 1995. The Domino biscuit was launched in 1953, Jaffa in 1969 and Fanipala in 1997. This September will mark 125 years since Karl Fazer opened his French- Russian café on Helsinki’s Kluuvikatu. Today, Fazer is one of Finland’s best-known companies and an important employer with over 6,000 employees. Fazer’s biscuit factory is located in Vantaa and it employs some 80 people. Fazer is committed to improving its competitiveness and profitability. During the past three years, Fazer has invested around 100 million euros in Finland and plans to invest another 100 million during the next three years. Fazer wants to strengthen its presence in the market, invest in export and create jobs. Additional information and requests for interviews: Liisa Eerola, Director, Confectionery Communications & Group Partnerships,tel. +358 44 710 8860, Fazer’s media phone is open on weekdays 8:00 - 16:00, tel. +358 40 668 2998 Fazer Group Fazer is an international family-owned company offering quality bakery, confectionery, biscuit and grain products as well as food and café services. Fazer operates in eight countries and exports to around 40 countries. Fazer’s mission is to create taste sensations. Fazer’s success, ever since its establishment in 1891, has been based on the best product and service quality, beloved brands, the passion of its skilful people and the Group’s responsible ways of working. This year marks Fazer’s 125th anniversary and 150 years from the birth of Karl Fazer, the founder of this successful Group. In 2015, Fazer Group had net sales of more than 1.5 billion euros and nearly 15,000 employees. Fazer’s operations comply with ethical principles that are based on the Group’s values and the UN Global Compact. Makes the world taste good

Financial Report January - March 2016

(Stockholm, April 29, 2016) – – – For the three-month period ended March 31, 2016, Autoliv, Inc. (NYSE: ALV and SSE: ALIV.Sdb) – the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems – reported consolidated sales of $2,430 million. Quarterly organic sales* grew by close to 15%. The adjusted operating margin* was 9.1% (for non-U.S. GAAP measures see enclosed reconciliation tables). The expectation at the beginning of the quarter was for organic sales growth of “more than 10%” and an adjusted operating margin of “around 8.5%”. The higher than expected sales growth came from stronger than expected sales in most regions. For the second quarter of 2016, the Company expects organic sales to increase by around 10% and an adjusted operating margin of around 8.5%. The expectation for the full year is now for an organic sales growth of more than 7% and an adjusted operating margin of more than 9%. Both the second quarter and full year expectations now include the recently closed joint venture with Nissin Kogyo – Autoliv-Nissin Brake Systems (ANBS).Key FiguresFor Key Figures summary table, please refer to attached file below. Comments from Jan Carlson, Chairman, President & CEO"Autoliv had a solid first quarter. Sales growth and operating margin both exceeded our expectations from the beginning of the quarter, operating cash flow was strong and our adjusted earnings per share grew by 17%. I am pleased with the quarter. In Passive Safety we had solid growth across most regions and outperformed the light vehicle production. This was due to a generally positive vehicle mix coming from a combination of high Autoliv content on successful platforms and the effects from launches of new models in the second half of 2015. We continue to experience solid growth in our business related to the current recall situation in the airbag market. This relates both to the sales of replacement inflators which is now higher than previously expected and the sustainable business we are winning. It was a quarter with several important events for our Electronics business. In Active Safety the strong growth continued, particularly in North America and Europe. The new Mercedes E-Class, generally seen as the vehicle with the most advanced autonomous driving features in the world, was launched with a full suite of Autoliv active safety products. Additionally, we took the important step of finalizing our joint venture with Nissin Kogyo of Japan. The new joint venture, Autoliv-Nissin Brake Systems, gives us access to the latest technology in brake systems and brake control and we look forward to introducing these new products in our portfolio to our customers around the world. With quality as our first priority we are executing to deliver on our growth and margin expectations while integrating our new businesses into Autoliv.” An earnings conference call will be held at 2:00 p.m. (CET) today, April 29. To follow the webcast or to obtain the pin code and phone number, please access The conference slides will be available on our web site as soon as possible following the publication of this earnings report.