National Coach Tourism Awards 2016: Finalists announced

The finalists of the 2016 National Coach Tourism Awards – the only national awards scheme to recognise and celebrate excellence and innovation across the coach tourism sector – have been announced. This year’s judges had to choose from a record number of high calibre entries, with almost 200 coach tour operators, destinations, visitor attractions, hotels, and tourism industry suppliers competing across 19 specialist categories. Previous winners, including Liverpool, Woburn Abbey & Gardens, Ashton-under-Lyne Market, The Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare, Ravenglass & Eskdale Steam Railway, Windermere Lake Cruises, Irish Ferries, Albatross Travel, Edwards Coaches, and Epsom Coaches, are among the top names on this year’s shortlists. Now in their 11th year, the annual awards are organised by Diversified Communications UK, and hosted by leading coach tourism trade magazine Coach Monthly. The 2016 winners will be unveiled at a prestigious award ceremony on Wednesday 16 March 2016 at the Vox, Resorts World, NEC Birmingham; following the first day of the British Tourism & Travel Show. Tony Henthorn, group director at Diversified UK, says: “There are many tourism awards, but only the National Coach Tourism Awards specifically focuses on coach tourism. In recognising excellence and innovation across the industry, the awards continue to play a vital role in encouraging destinations and visitor attractions to improve the welcome they offer to coaches and groups. As in previous years, the calibre of entries has been incredible – congratulations and good luck to all our shortlisted finalists.” National Coach Tourism Awards 2016 finalists include: Coach Friendly Destination of the Year – sponsored by My Day Out• Ashton-under-Lyne Market and Town Centre• Beverley• Bournemouth• Burnham-on-Sea• Derry• Devizes• Liverpool• Perth City Coach Friendly Visitor Attraction of the Year – sponsored by Planet Hollywood• Grand Pier (Weston Super Mare)• Longleat• National Memorial Arboretum• Powderham Castle• Scone Palace• West Midland Safari & Leisure Park• Woburn Abbey and Gardens Coach Friendly Shopping Destination of the Year• Ashton-under-Lyne Market• Blackburn Markets• Bury Markets• Huntley's Country Stores• Oswaldtwistle Mills Cross-Sea Carrier of the Year – sponsored by Edward Coaches• Calmac Ferries Ltd• Condor Ferries Ltd• DFDS Seaways• Eurotunnel• Irish Ferries• P&O Ferries River and Inland Cruise Operator• City Cruises• Sabrina Tours Ltd• Stuart Line Cruises• Ullswater Steamers• Windermere Lake Cruises Heritage Railway – sponsored by DFDS Seaways • Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway• Isle of Wight Steam Railway• Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway• South Devon Railway• Vale of Rheidol Railway• West Somerset Railway Accommodation Provider of the Year – Hotel Groups• Accor Hotels• Best Western• Hallmark Hotels• Hilton Worldwide• Marriott Hotels• Warner Leisure Hotels Accommodation Provider of the Year – Individual Hotels• Hallmark Hotel - Mickleover Court• Mill Rythe Holiday Village• Porbyhan Hotel• Rendezvous Hotel• The Winnock Hotel• The Yarn Market Hotel Ticket Supplier of the Year• Encore Tickets• Group Line• See Tickets Tour Wholesaler of the Year – sponsored by P&O Ferries• Action Tours• Albatross Travel• Greatdays Travel Group• Independent Coach Travel (ICT)• Norman Allen Group Travel• Tour Providers Holiday Programme of the Year• Deirdre Brown Travel• Edwards Coaches• Harry Shaw• Roberts Travel Group• Shaws Coaches• Shearings Holidays Day Excursion Programme of the Year – sponsored by Warner Leisure Hotels• Eastons Coaches• Epsom Coaches• Johnsons Coach Travel• Shaws Coaches• Walton's Excursions• Woods Travel Ltd Coach Tour Operator Brochure of the Year – sponsored by Towergate Chapman Stevens• Eastons Coaches• Edwards Coaches• Epsom Coaches• Harry Shaw• Leisuretime• Parrys International Tours• Silver Star Holidays Coach Tourism Innovation of the Year – sponsored by Eurotunnel• Beverley Coach Campaign• Devon's Top Attractions• Epsom Coaches• Johnsons Coach Travel• Leisuretime• Merlin Entertainments• The Phoenix Artists' Club Coach Tourism Professional of the Year · Alan Payling – South West (Torbay area) · Anne Blackham – Devon Association of Tourist Attractions · Bob and Linda Hodgson – Isle of Wight · Elizabeth Mounser – Continuum Attractions (York) · Ian Jefferies & Les Barber – Burnham-on-Sea · Jason Edwards – Edwards Coaches, Pontypridd · Margaret Bunker – Roberts Travel Group, Hugglescote Coach Tour Driver of the Year – sponsored by Cornmarket Insurance · Alyn Frankel – Moving People, Lancashire · Chris Martin – Alfa Travel, Chorley · David and Jeannette Hamilton – Hamiltons Coach Holidays, St Austell, Cornwall · Glyn Bowden – Edwards Coaches, Pontypridd · Jim McAndie – Blacks of Brechin, Angus · Tom & Louise Reynolds – Parrys International Tours, Walsall Coach Tour Operator of the Year: Small Fleets (1 to 5 coaches) – sponsored by Norman Allen Travel • Dunwood Travel• Fenn Holidays Ltd• Hamilton's Coach Holidays• Tally Ho Coaches Coach Tour Operator of the Year: Medium Fleets (6 to 15 coaches) – sponsored by Roadchef• Carol Peters Travel• Eastons Coaches• Epsom Coaches• Parrys International Tours• Roberts Travel Group• Whittles Coaches Coach Tour Operator of the Year: Large Fleets (more than 15 coaches) – sponsored by Wrightsure Insurance Services• Alfa Travel Ltd• Bakers Dolphin• Edwards Coaches• Maynes Coaches• Shearings Holidays• Woods Travel Ltd The judging panel, headed up by Chris Wales, chief executive of the Coach Tourism Council (CTC) and president of Diversified UK’s Coach Drivers’ Club, includes Claire Hancer, UK country manager at Efteling Theme Park Resort, Mandy Keating, product development manager at Diamond Holidays, and Sylvia Saxon, owner of Saxon Group Travel. The National Coach Tourism Awards 2016 will take place at The Vox, Resorts World, NEC Birmingham, on 16 March. For further information and to book tickets to attend, please visit www.ncta.co.uk. To register for a free trade ticket to British Tourism and Travel Show, please visit www.tourismshow.co.uk and enter priority code BTTS200 (alternatively, please use direct link: www.eventdata.co.uk/Visitor/TourismShow.aspx?TrackingCode=BTTS200). ###

Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Brings Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic Series to Las Vegas, NV

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Local youth will have an opportunity to play with their big league heroes at the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) Legends for Youth baseball clinic series on Thursday, February 4th, 2016. The free clinic features current and former Major League Baseball players who will teach baseball skills, drills and life lessons for approximately 200 local youth. Players attending* include two-time All-Star Jerry Reuss and ten-year MLB veteran Mike Davis, as well as Doug Loman and Greg Martinez. Both clinics will take place at Rainbow Family Park Field #5, running from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., located at 7137 W Oakey Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89117. Alumni players will train at stations including pitching, catching, base running and life skills. Registration will begin at 5:00 p.m. and the evening will conclude with an autograph session and baseball giveaways for children in attendance. To register for this clinic, please visit www.baseballalumni.com. Registration is required. For more information regarding the clinic, please contact Rachel Levitsky, Communications Coordinator, at (719) 477-1870, ext. 114 or visit www.baseballalumni.com. *Clinicians subject to change. About The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) MLBPAA was founded in 1982 with the mission of promoting baseball, raising money for charity and protecting the dignity of the game through its Alumni players. The MLBPAA is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a membership of more than 7,600, of which approximately 5,600 are Alumni and active players. Alumni players find the MLBPAA to be a vital tool to become involved in charity and community philanthropy. Follow @MLBPAA for Twitter updates. About Legends for Youth Clinics MLBPAA’s Legends for Youth clinics impact more than 15,000 children each year, allowing them the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from players who have left a lasting impact on the game of baseball. The MLBPAA has reached children across America and internationally in Australia, Canada, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Nicaragua, the United Kingdom and Venezuela, through the Legends for Youth clinic series. To donate to this program, visit baseballalumni.com/donate (http://www.baseballalumni.com/donate). The official hashtag of the Legends for Youth clinic series is #LFYClinic. ###

Tieto's Interim Report 4/2015 – Strong fourth-quarter results – all businesses performing well

Tieto Corporation          FINANCIAL STATEMENT BULLETIN        4 February 2016, 8.00 am EET · Organic growth of 3% in IT services driven by Industry Products · Reported operating margin of 12% driven by healthy business mix and Managed Services automation programme · Product Development Services business well stabilized · Acquisitions accelerate shift towards growth businesses The full interim report with tables is available at the end of this release Key figures for the fourth quarter IT services · Organic growth in local currencies was 2.8% · Operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 48.3 (32.5) million, 13.3% (9.4) of sales The Group · Organic growth in local currencies was -2.9% – affected by lower business volumes in Product Development Services as announced in 2014  · Fourth-quarter operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 51.4 (44.4) million, 13.0% (11.0) of sales · Order intake (Total Contract Value) amounted to EUR 641 (672) million and order backlog was EUR 2 030 (1 784) million Key figures for the full year IT services · Organic growth in local currencies was 2.7% · Operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 136.2 (128.5) million, 10.3% (9.9) of sales The Group · Organic growth in local currencies was -2.6% – affected by lower business volumes in Product Development Services as announced in 2014  · Full-year operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 150.8 (150.2) million, 10.3% (9.9) of sales · Proposed dividend EUR 1.10 (1.00) per share, up by 10%, and an additional dividend of EUR 0.25 (0.30) · Dividend yield of 5.5%, or 4.4% excluding additional dividend +-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+| |10–12/2015|10–12/2014|1–12/2015|1–12/2014|+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Net sales, EUR million | 395.6  | 402.9  |1 460.1  |1 522.5  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|   Change, % | -1.8  | -0.6  | -4.1  | -5.3  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|   Organic change in local | -2.9  | 0.9  | -2.6  | -1.1  ||currencies, % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating profit (EBITA), EUR| 47.4  | 9.7  | 126.4  | 62.1  ||million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating margin (EBITA), % | 12.0  | 2.4  | 8.7  | 4.1  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating profit (EBIT), EUR | 46.8  | 9.5  | 125.2  | 61.1  ||million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating margin (EBIT), % | 11.8  | 2.4  | 8.6  | 4.0  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating profit (EBIT) excl.| 51.4  | 44.4  | 150.8  | 150.2  ||one-off items1), EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating margin (EBIT) excl.| 13.0  | 11.0  | 10.3  | 9.9  ||one-off items1), % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Profit after taxes, EUR | 34.4  | 6.7  | 90.5  | 35.0  ||million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|EPS, EUR | 0.47  | 0.09  | 1.23  | 0.48  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Net cash flow from | 67.1  | 90.2  | 132.6  | 167.9  ||operations, EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Return on equity, 12-month | 19.0  | 7.1  | 19.0  | 7.1  ||rolling, % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Return on capital employed, | 20.4  | 9.8  | 20.4  | 9.8  ||12-month rolling, % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Capital expenditure and | 32.7  | 12.9  | 136.7  | 43.5  ||acquisitions, EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Interest-bearing net debt, | 13.2  | -59.2  | 13.2  | -59.2  ||EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Net debt/EBITDA | 0.1  | -0.4  | 0.1  | -0.4  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Book-to-bill | 1.6  | 1.7  | 1.3  | 1.2  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Order backlog | 2 030  | 1 784  | 2 030  | 1 784  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Personnel on 31 December | 13 083  | 13 720  | 13 083  | 13 720  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+ 1) Excl. restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other one-off items Full-year outlook for 2016 Tieto expects its adjusted* full-year operating profit (EBIT) to increase from the previous year’s level (EUR 150.8 million in 2015). *)adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other one-off items CEO’s commentComment regarding the interim report by Kimmo Alkio, President and CEO: “The year ended with strong fourth-quarter performance in terms of profitability development and growth of IT services. All our businesses had a good quarter, demonstrating continued improvement in competitiveness. Our industry-specific software solutions experienced strong growth, accelerated by the acquisition of Software Innovation. In parallel, we substantially improved the efficiency of our operations by automating our service deliveries as evident from Managed Services double-digit margin. Furthermore, our Product Development Services business has stabilized well. To support innovation and longer-term growth, over the last few years we have continued to increase our annual, fully expensed investments in new service development from EUR 40 million to EUR 60 million, while continuing to improve profitability in line with our long-term objectives. In addition, the three acquisitions completed during 2015 add to the speed of service and cultural renewal. Recruitments in 2015 were also high at 1 800 in total, of which around 500 were new positions to support our capability development in emerging services. The recruitment of over 400 professionals in the Nordic countries further strengthens our position as the leading advisor in our core markets. Our industry continues to change at a rapid pace, thus opening up opportunities for growth and innovation. In light of our progress and renewal over the last few years, we look forward to an exciting 2016.” Financial performance by service line +-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|EUR million |  Customer|  Customer|Change, %| Operating| Operating|| | sales| sales| | profit| profit|| |10–12 /2015|10–12 /2014| |10–12 /2015|10–12 /2014|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Managed Services | 132| 131| 1| 18.4| 8.2|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Consulting and | 109| 107| 2| 8.8| 10.4||System Integration | | | | | |+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Industry Products | 121| 107| 13| 25.2| 17.4|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Product Development| 33| 58| -43| 2.8| -4.4||Services | | | | | |+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Support Functions | | | | -8.3| -22.1||and Global | | | | | ||Management | | | | | |+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Total | 396| 403| -2| 46.8| 9.5|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+ Operating margin by service line +----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|% | Operating| Operating| Operating| Operating|| | margin| margin| margin excl.| margin excl.|| |10–12 /2015|10–12 /2014|one-off items1)|one-off items1)|| | | | 10–12 /2015| 10–12 /2014|+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Managed Services| 13.9| 6.2| 13.0| 6.9|+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Consulting and | 8.1| 9.8| 10.3| 9.5||System | | | | ||Integration | | | | |+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Industry | 20.8| 16.3| 21.4| 18.3||Products | | | | |+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Product | 8.4| -7.5| 9.4| 20.5||Development | | | | ||Services | | | | |+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Total | 11.8| 2.4| 13.0| 11.0|+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+ 1)Excl. restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other one-off items Organic change in local currency by service line +----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+| | Customer| Customer|Change, %|| | sales adj.|sales adj. for divestments| || | for| 10–12 /2014| || |acquisitions| | || |and currency| | || | 10–12 /2015| | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Managed Services| 133| 131| 1|+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Consulting and | 108| 107| 2||System | | | ||Integration | | | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Industry | 111| 105| 6||Products | | | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|IT services | 353| 343| 3|+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Product | 33| 54| -39||Development | | | ||Services | | | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Total | 386| 397| -3|+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+ Customer sales by industry group +-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|EUR million |Customer sales|Customer sales|Change, %|| | 10–12 /2015| 10–12 /2014| |+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Financial Services | 92| 90| 2|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Manufacturing, Retail and Logistics| 78| 82| -5|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Public, Healthcare and Welfare | 133| 115| 16|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Telecom, Media and Energy | 59| 59| -1|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|IT services | 363| 345| 5|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Product Development Services | 33| 58| -43|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Total | 396| 403| -2|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+ Organic change in local currency by industry group +--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|EUR million | Customer| Customer|Change, %|| | sales adj. for|sales adj. for divestments| || |acquisitions and| 10–12 /2014| || | currency| | || | 10–12 /2015| | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Financial | 93| 90| 4||Services | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Manufacturing,| 78| 80| -3||Retail and | | | ||Logistics | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Public, | 121| 115| 6||Healthcare and| | | ||Welfare | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Telecom, Media| 60| 59| 2||and Energy | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|IT services | 353| 343| 3|+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Product | 33| 54| -39||Development | | | ||Services | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Total | 386| 397| -3|+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+ 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, +358 50 321 7510, tanja.lounevirta (at) tieto.com Press conference for analysts and media will be held on Thursday 4 February 2016 at Tieto’s premises in Helsinki, address: Aku Korhosen tie 2–6, 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 (http://webcast.tieto.com/quarterlyreport/?q=040216) and can be viewed live on Tieto's website (http://www.tieto.com/investors). 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 6937 9590Sweden: +46 (0)8 5065 3937UK: +44 (0)20 3427 1909US: +1212 444 0896Conference code: 7494938 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 is the largest IT services company in the Nordics providing full lifecycle IT services. We also provide global product development services for companies in the communications and embedded technologies arena. Through industry insight, technology vision, and innovative thinking, Tieto proactively strives to inspire and engage our customers in finding new ways of accelerating their business. Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Tieto has over 13 000 experts in more than 20 countries. Turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm. www.tieto.com

PANORO ENERGY PROVIDES AJE OPERATIONS UPDATE

4 February 2016 - Panoro Energy ASA (OSE ticker: "PEN" – “the Company” or “Panoro”), the independent E&P company with assets in Nigeria and Gabon, is pleased to provide the following update for the Aje field operations in Nigeria. The final works on the floating production, storage and offloading vessel (the “FPSO”) have been completed, and the vessel has now left Singapore. The vessel is expected to arrive in Nigeria mid-March 2016, following a brief stop in Cape Town. All key equipment related to the field development has been delivered to Nigeria. Anchor handling operations in the field started in January and will continue until mid-February. The construction vessel has commenced operations and will install the subsea equipment including the manifold and flowlines during February. Once the FPSO arrives in Nigeria it will be hooked-up to the mooring system and risers and a short test of the production systems will be conducted. Panoro’s Chief Executive Officer, John Hamilton, said: “We are excited to be approaching first oil at Aje, offshore Nigeria. Significant operational and contractual progress has been made on the final phase of field development. With the drilling phase now concluded, the installation work and the arrival of the FPSO are the main remaining work streams. The field is expected to be producing by the end of March 2016.” For further information about this press release, please contact: John Hamilton, Chief Executive OfficerTel: +44 (0) 203 405 1061email: info@panoroenergy.com About Panoro Panoro Energy ASA is an independent E&P company based in London and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with ticker PEN. The Company holds high quality exploration and development assets in West Africa, namely the Dussafu License offshore southern Gabon and OML 113 offshore western Nigeria. Both assets have discoveries with approved Field Development Plans. In addition to discovered hydrocarbon resources and reserves, both assets also hold significant exploration potential. For more information, please visit the Company’s website at www.panoroenergy.com.

Gränges Year-end report 2015

Fourth quarter 2015 • Sales volume reached 38.9 ktonnes (37.7), an increase of 3.3% compared to previous year. • Net sales totalled SEK 1,252 million (1,217), an increase of 2.9%. • Adjusted operating profit increased by 12.9% to SEK 116 million (103), corresponding to an adjusted operating margin of 9.2% (8.4). • Operating profit increased to SEK 128 million (97). • Profit for the period was SEK 83 million (89). Earnings per share, basic, decreased to SEK 1.12 (1.19) and diluted, to SEK 1.11 (1.19). January-December 2015 • Sales volume reached 163.9 ktonnes (160.0), an increase of 2.5% compared to previous year. • Net sales totalled SEK 5,494 million (4,748), an increase of 15.7%. • Adjusted operating profit increased by 16.9% to SEK 541 million (463), corresponding to an adjusted operating margin of 9.8% (9.7). • Operating profit increased to SEK 538 million (422). • Profit for the period was SEK 379 million (319). Earnings per share, basic and diluted, increased to SEK 5.07 (4.27). • Cash flow before financing activities was SEK 600 million (597) and net debt reduced to SEK 275 million at 31 December 2015, corresponding to 0.4 times adjusted EBITDA. • The Board of Directors proposes a dividend of SEK 2.00 per share (1.50). Webcasted telephone conference On Thursday 4 February 2016 at 10.00 CET, CEO Johan Menckel and CFO Oskar Hellström will present Gränges’ year-end report for January-December 2015 at a webcasted telephone conference. The webcast can be accessed on www.granges.com/investors. To take part in the telephone conference, please call +46 856 642 701 (Sweden), +44 203 194 0544 (UK) or +1 855 269 2604 (USA). Please call a few minutes before the telephone conference starts. The presentation will be in English. For additional information, please contact: Pernilla Grennfelt, Director Communications & IRpernilla.grennfelt@granges.com, telephone +46 (0) 702 90 99 55 The information in this year-end report is such that Gränges must disclose pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on Thursday 4 February 2016 at 07.30 CET. About GrängesGränges is a leading global supplier of rolled products for producers of brazed aluminium heat exchangers. The Company develops, produces and markets highly advanced materials that enhance both the production economy of the customer manufacturing process as well as the performance of the final product, the brazed heat exchanger. Approximately 90% of the sales are to customers in the automotive industry. The production facilities are located in Sweden and China and have a combined annual capacity of 220,000 metric tonnes. Gränges has 950 employees and net sales in 2015 totalled SEK 5,494 million. The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since October 2014. More information about Gränges is available on www.granges.com.

Tieto’s Board of Directors convenes Annual General Meeting 2016

The Board of Directors of Tieto Corporation has resolved to convene the Annual General Meeting to be held on 22 March 2016. The Board of Directors and its Audit and Risk Committee propose to the Annual General Meeting that the meeting would decide as follows: 1 Payment of dividend The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that a dividend of EUR 1.10 per share and an additional dividend of EUR 0.25 be paid from the distributable assets for the financial year that ended on 31 December 2015. The dividend shall be paid to shareholders who on the record date for the dividend payment on 24 March 2016 are recorded in the shareholders’ register held by Euroclear Finland Oy or the register of Euroclear Sweden AB. The dividend shall be paid as from 8 April 2016. 2 Authorizing the Board of Directors to decide on the repurchase of the company’s own shares The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the Board of Directors be authorized to decide on the repurchase of the company’s own shares as follows: The amount of own shares to be repurchased shall not exceed 7 200 000 shares, which currently corresponds to approximately 10% of all the shares in the company. Only the unrestricted equity of the company can be used to repurchase own shares. Own shares can be repurchased at a price formed in public trading on the date of the repurchase or at a price otherwise formed on the market. The Board of Directors decides how the share repurchase will be carried out. Own shares can be repurchased inter alia by using derivatives. The company’s own shares can be repurchased otherwise than in proportion to the shareholdings of the shareholders (directed repurchase). The authorization cancels previous unused authorizations to decide on the repurchase of the company’s own shares. The authorization is effective until the next Annual General Meeting, however, no longer than until 30 April 2017. 3 Authorizing the Board of Directors to decide on the issuance of shares as well as on the issuance of options and other special rights entitling to shares The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the Board of Directors be authorized to decide on the issuance of shares as well as on the issuance of option rights and other special rights entitling to shares referred to in chapter 10 section 1 of the Companies Act in one or more tranches as follows: The amount of shares to be issued based on the authorization (including shares to be issued based on the special rights) shall not exceed 7 200 000 shares, which currently corresponds to approximately 10% of all the shares in the company. However, out of the above maximum amount of shares to be issued no more than 700 000 shares, currently corresponding to less than 1 % of all of the shares in the company, may be issued as part of the company’s share-based incentive programs. The Board of Directors decides on the terms and conditions of the issuance of shares, option rights and of special rights entitling to shares. The authorization concerns both the issuance of new shares as well as the transfer of treasury shares. The issuance of shares and of special rights entitling to shares may be carried out in deviation from the shareholders’ pre-emptive right (directed issue). The authorization cancels previous unused authorizations to decide on the issuance of shares and on the issuance of options and other special rights entitling to shares. The authorization is effective until the next Annual General Meeting, however, no longer than until 30 April 2017. 4 Remuneration and election of the auditor The Audit and Risk Committee of the Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the auditor to be elected at the Annual General Meeting be reimbursed according to the auditor's invoice and in compliance with the purchase principles approved by the committee. The committee proposes that the firm of authorized public accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers Oy be re-elected as the company's auditor for the financial year 2016. The actual notice to the Annual General Meeting, including the complete proposals by the Board of Directors, its Audit and Risk Committee and the Shareholders’ Nomination Board, is scheduled to be published later today. Helsinki, 3 February 2016 Tieto CorporationBoard of Directors For further information, please contactJouko Lonka, General Counsel, tel. +358 20 727 8182, +358 400 424 451, firstname.lastname(at)tieto.com DISTRIBUTIONNASDAQ HelsinkiNASDAQ StockholmPrincipal Media Tieto is the largest IT services company in the Nordics providing full lifecycle IT services. We also provide global product development services for companies in the communications and embedded technologies arena. Through industry insight, technology vision, and innovative thinking, Tieto proactively strives to inspire and engage our customers in finding new ways of accelerating their business. Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Tieto has over 13 000 experts in more than 20 countries. Turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm. www.tieto.com

SpareBank 1 SR-Bank ASA: Good results, good cost control, moderate losses and improved financial strength

The group posted a pre-tax profit of NOK 2,146 million as at 31 December 2015 compared with NOK 2,601 million at the same time in 2014. The result is still characterised by good cost control, stable operating income, lower income from financial investments and moderate losses. During the year, the common equity tier 1 capital ratio improved from 11.5% to 13.3% as at 31 December 2015. The return on equity after tax was 10.8% compared with 14.2% in 2014. The pre-tax profit for the quarter in isolation was NOK 477 million (NOK 553 million), equivalent to a return on equity after tax of 10.6% (11.7%). "I am very satisfied with the results. They were achieved thanks to, among other things, our systematic work on lowering costs, increasing income and improving the quality of our loan portfolio during the year. In 2015, we strengthened our capital adequacy significantly through measures such as balanced growth and winding up our benefit-based pension scheme. The latter measure also had a major, positive effect on our overall costs," says Arne Austreid, the chief executive of SpareBank 1 SR-Bank. The group's net interest income, including commissions and profit contributions from SpareBank 1 Boligkreditt and SpareBank 1 Næringskreditt, amounted to NOK 3,008 million compared with NOK 2,983 million for 2014. Key figures as at 31 December 2015: ·Pre-tax profit: NOK 2,146 million (NOK 2,601 million) ·Net profit for the period: NOK 1,746 million (NOK 2,095 million) ·Return on equity after tax: 10.8% (14.2%) ·Earnings per share: NOK 6.83 (NOK 8.20) ·The Board proposes a dividend of NOK 1.50 (NOK 2) per share. ·Net interest income: NOK 2,593 million (NOK 2,404 million) ·Net commissions and other operating income: NOK 1,532 million (NOK 1,732 million) ·Net income from financial investments: NOK 304 million (NOK 778 million) ·Operating costs: NOK 1,863 million (NOK 2,056 million) ·Impairment losses on loans: NOK 420 million (NOK 257 million) ·Total lending growth over last 12 months: 5.4% (4.7%) ·Growth in deposits over last 12 months: 9.8% (13.7%) ·Common equity tier 1 capital ratio: 13.3% (11.5%) (As at 31 December 2014 in brackets) The group recognised NOK 420 million in net impairment losses on loans in 2015. This corresponded to 0.23% of gross loans. Impairments on groups of loans increased by NOK 140 million in 2015 and reflect cyclical changes in the region. "The drop in oil activities has made it easier than before for other companies outside the petromaritime industries to gain access to expertise and cheaper labour. Combined with the weaker Norwegian kroner, which makes Norwegian goods and services more competitive, many companies in our region are experiencing increased activity and turnover. Lower lending growth, increased income and continued good cost control will help to ensure that we satisfy the authorities' capital adequacy requirements," concludes Arne Austreid. The full interim report is available for download from www.sr-bank.no. Stavanger, 4 February 2016 Contact people:Arne Austreid, CEO, Tel. +47 900 77 334Inge Reinertsen, CFO, Tel. +47 909 95 033Stian Helgøy, Vice President Investor Relations, Tel. +47 906 52 173Thor-Christian Haugland, Executive Vice President Communications, Tel. +47 480 31 633

DNB fourth quarter 2015: Healthy profits give strong improvement in capital adequacy

“This is a strong financial performance by DNB and shows that parts of the Norwegian business community are still expanding in spite of the sharp drop in oil prices. It also demonstrates that we arean attractive bank for Norwegian personal customers. The number of new home mortgage contracts increased by more than 170 000 in 2015, which is a significant rise from the previous year. Overall, we are very pleased with our returns and cost performance,” says Rune Bjerke, group chief executive. Tier 1 capital approaching the targetMost of the annual profits is retained in the Group in order to reach the statutory capital requirements. Calculated according to the transitional rules, the common equity Tier 1 capital ratio rose from 12.7 per cent in 2014 to 14.4 per cent in 2015.“A strong level of profits, a number of capital efficiency measures and the sale of certain loans and properties helped raise Tier 1 capital. DNB is already one of the world’s best capitalised banks, but we will continue to build capital organically until we have fulfilled the capital requirements,” says Bjerke. Impairment losses on loans and guarantees increased by NOK 631 million in 2015 compared with 2014. The rise referred primarily to the shipping and offshore segments, while there was a significant reduction in the personal customer segment as a consequence of the sale of portfolios of non-performing loans to Lindorff last autumn. There was a rise in net interest income through 2015, reflecting higher volumes and wider deposit spreads. Lending spreads narrowed by 0.18 percentage points while deposit spreads widened by 0.23 percentage points compared with 2014. Net interest income increased by 8.8 per cent from 2014. The weakening of the Norwegian krone had a positive effect on income and a negative impact on costs. Growth in the fourth quarterDNB recorded profits of NOK 6 804 million in the fourth quarter of 2015, up NOK 1 839 million from the fourth quarter of 2014. Adjusted for basis swaps, there was a NOK 2 213 million increase in profits. DNB experienced a rise in both deposits and loans throughout the quarter. Adjusted for exchange rate movements, deposit and lending volumes were up 3.2 per cent and 2.8 per cent, respectively. Higher volumes and wider deposit spreads helped raise net interest income by 4.2 per cent from the fourth quarter of 2014. Impairment losses on loans rose somewhat during the quarter. However, this was compensated for by lower taxes.  Expecting continued growth in 2016In spite of challenging times for oil-related activities, we still expect moderate growth in the Norwegian economy. Nevertheless, reduced petroleum activity will dampen investment in a number of mainland companies, make households more cautious and contribute to moderate wage settlements. “DNB is planning for lending growth of between 2 and 3 per cent in 2016 and anticipates stable volume-weighted spreads. Moreover, the year will be characterised by intense competition for customers and continued extensive digitalisation of our services and products. Our payment app Vipps did not exist a year ago and has now been downloaded 1.4 million times. This is amost unbelievable and demonstrates the importance of being on the platforms where customers wish to meet us. We will add a lot of new functionality to Vipps this year,” says Bjerke. Key figures for the fourth quarter of 2015 ·Pre-tax operating profits before impairment were NOK 9.3 billion (7.0) ·Profit for the period was NOK 6.8 billion (5.0) ·Earnings per share were NOK 4.11 (3.05) ·Return on equity was 15.0 per cent (12.6) ·The cost/income ratio was 28.1 per cent (42.2) ·The common equity Tier 1 capital ratio (transitional rules) was 14.4 per cent (12.7) Comparable figures for 2014 in parentheses.This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of theNorwegian Securities Trading Act. Contact persons:Thomas Midteide, group executive vice president, Corporate Communications, tel.: + 47 962 32 017Rune Helland, head of Investor Relations, tel: +47 977 13 250 The quarterly report, presentation and Fact Book can be downloaded fromwww.dnb.no/investor-relations

Year-end report, January – December 2015

Highlights - Earnings per share increased by 20 percent to SEK 11.96 (9.98); adjusted for currency effects EPS increased by 15 percent. - The Board of Directors proposes a dividend of SEK 7.50 (6.75) per share. - Revenue amounted to SEK 154.9 billion (145.0); adjusted for currency effects, revenue decreased by 2 percent. - Operating income amounted to SEK 6.5 billion (5.8); adjusted for currency effects, operating income increased by 6 percent. - Operating cash flow from operations amounted to SEK 7.7 billion (3.7). - Operating net financial assets totaled SEK 13.8 billion (8.4). - Order bookings in Construction amounted to SEK 122.1 billion (146.9); adjusted for currency effects, order bookings decreased by 23 percent. The order backlog amounted to SEK 158.2 billion (Sep. 30,2015: 167.5); adjusted for currency effects, the order backlog decreased by 5 percent. - Operating income in Construction amounted to SEK 3.9 billion (4.5), corresponding to an operating margin of 2.8 percent (3.5); adjusted for currency effects, operating income decreased by 19 percent. - Operating income in Project Development amounted to SEK 4.0 billion (2.8); adjusted for currency effects, the operating income increased by 31 percent, return on capital employed was 14.9 percent (10.4). This report will also be presented via a telephone conference and webcast at 10:00 a.m. (CET) on February 4. The telephone conference will be webcasted live at www.skanska.com/investors, where a recording of the conference will also be available later. To participate in the telephone conference, please dial +46 8 505 564 74, +44 2033 645 374, or +1 855 753 2230. This and previous releases can also be found at www.skanska.com/investors.

Interim report and Year-end report 2015

"Stable end to the year" “2015 turned out to be quite an eventful year, and despite the challenging market conditions in several segments, we once again succeeded in achieving record results for the full-year. Operating profit was the highest ever recorded for a fourth quarter, giving a stable end to a largely satisfactory year.However, organic sales growth was below our target. Organic sales were negative at two percent for the full-year, but remained unchanged in the fourth quarter. With a relatively weak market situation in several segments and raw material prices that continued to decline, with a subsequent negative effect on our organic growth, the year proved challenging in terms of growth. Several initiatives are ongoing and others will be launched to address our sales growth going forward.Development of the Group continues, with a focus on selected segments and improved positions, involving many targeted organic initiatives. During the year, we invested heavily in both improved efficiency and new geographic areas, with the establishment of a new manufacturing unit for agricultural tires in North America being particularly noteworthy. Investment in structural improvements will continue.We completed eight acquisitions during the year, which will contribute almost SEK 500 M to annual sales, strengthen our total offering and market positions in selected segments, and complement our organic initiatives. We will continue to actively seek bolt-on acquisitions.In the fourth quarter, we signed an agreement to acquire CGS Holding a.s. CGS has well-positioned and favorably performing operations within agricultural and specialty tires, as well as engineered polymer solutions. This marks Trelleborg’s largest acquisition in decades and will significantly alter the position and size of a number of our business areas. The transaction is subject to regulatory approval, and we expect to complete the acquisition in the first half of 2016.The jointly owned company TrelleborgVibracoustic developed according to plan, with organic sales well in excess of underlying market growth during the year. The company’s operating profit was the highest ever for the full-year as well as for a fourth quarter. Efforts to prepare TrelleborgVibracoustic for a possible IPO are progressing according to plan.At present, there are some signs of a market improvement in certain geographic areas and some segments, such as the aerospace and automotive industries, which appear to be displaying satisfactory development. However, the situation looks considerably more difficult than it did last year in other parts of our business. Low oil prices, generally low raw material prices and a continued weak trend in parts of general industry and agriculture are continuing to hamper some parts of the Group. The share of our order backlog related to oil & gas has contracted significantly, which is why we expect tougher times ahead with both fewer project deliveries and lower profitability in the segment. Adjustment to a lower level of activity has already been initiated and has been partly completed.2016 will probably bring major structural changes for the Group. Trelleborg will continue to strengthen its positions, and we are maintaining preparedness to adjust our various businesses to fluctuating demand. I therefore feel confident, and look forward to the continued development of Trelleborg into an even better company”, says Peter Nilsson, President and CEO.  Continuing operations, fourth quarterNet sales for the fourth quarter of 2015 increased by 6 percent (9) to SEK 5,927 M (5,592). Sales were the Group’s highest to date for a fourth quarter. Organic sales were unchanged (neg: 2). Effects of structural changes made a positive contribution of 2 percent (3), while the effects of exchange rate movements were 4 percent (8).Operating profit, excluding the participation in TrelleborgVibracoustic and items affecting comparability, rose by 2 percent to SEK 705 M (690), equivalent to an operating margin of 11.9 percent (12.3). The operating profit was the Group’s highest to date for a fourth quarter.Items affecting comparability for the quarter amounted to an expense of SEK 90 M (expense: 68), which is in line with communicated full-year levels.Operating profit during the quarter for TrelleborgVibracoustic, excluding items affecting comparability, increased by 26 percent and amounted to EUR 43.5 M (34.4). This corresponded to an operating margin of 8.8 percent (7.6). The operating profit and corresponding margin were the highest to date for the company for a fourth quarter.Trelleborg’s participation in TrelleborgVibracoustic’s profit amounted to SEK 104 M after tax (72). Items affecting comparability amounted to an expense of SEK 29 M (expense: 11), which is in line with communicated full-year levels.Earnings per share rose 9 percent to SEK 2.00 (1.84).Operating cash flow amounted to SEK 854 M (1,031). During the fourth quarter of 2015, a dividend of SEK 1,357 M (-) was received from TrelleborgVibracoustic. The operating cash flow, including this dividend, amounted to SEK 2,211 M (1,031).The Board of Directors and President propose a cash dividend of SEK 4.00 per share (3.75).    Continuing operations, full yearNet sales for the full-year 2015 increased by 10 percent (5) and totaled SEK 24,803 M (22,533). Organic sales declined by 2 percent (neg: 1). Effects of structural changes made a positive contribution of 2 percent (2), while the effects of exchange rate movements were 10 percent (4).Operating profit, excluding the participation in TrelleborgVibracoustic, and items affecting comparability, rose 7 percent to SEK 3,219 M (3,001), equivalent to an operating margin of 13.0 percent (13.3). Operating profit was the highest to date for the Group for a full-year.Operating profit for the full-year for TrelleborgVibracoustic, excluding items affecting comparability, rose 21 percent to EUR 182.9 M (151.0), corresponding to an operating margin of 9.4 percent (8.5). Both operating profit and operating margin were the highest to date for the company for a full-year. Trelleborg’s participation in TrelleborgVibracoustic’s profit amounted to SEK 509 M (298) after tax.Earnings per share rose 17 percent to SEK 9.60 (8.23).Operating cash flow amounted to SEK 2,282 M (2,705). A dividend of SEK 1,357 M (131) was received from TrelleborgVibracoustic during 2015. The operating cash flow, including this dividend, amounted to SEK 3,639 M (2,836). The cash conversion ratio was 71 percent (90), excluding dividends from TrelleborgVibracoustic.The total return on shareholders’ equity for the Group was 14.3 percent (13.6).Market outlook for the first quarter of 2016Demand is expected to be on a par with, or slightly weaker, than the fourth quarter of 2015, adjusted for seasonal variations.Market outlook from the interim report published on October 22, 2015, relating to the fourth quarter of 2015Demand is expected to be on a par with, or slightly weaker, than the third quarter of 2015, adjusted for seasonal variations.Proposed dividend 2015The Board of Directors and President propose a cash dividend of SEK 4.00 per share (3.75).For further information, please contact:Media: Vice President Media Relations Karin Larsson, +46 (0)410 67015, +46 (0)733 747015, karin.larsson@trelleborg.comInvestors/analysts: Vice President IR Christofer Sjögren, +46 (0)410 67068, +46 (0)708 665140, christofer.sjogren@trelleborg.comThis is information of the type that Trelleborg AB (publ) is obligated to disclose in accordance with the Swedish Securities Exchange and Clearing Operations Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was issued for publication on Thursday, February 4, 2016, at 07:45 CET.

Year-end report January-December 2015

The CEO comments:"The trend that pervaded Inwido during 2015, with good development in sales and earnings, continued in the fourth quarter. Sales rose by 2 percent for comparable units, measured in SEK. The favourable profitability continued to improve, and we reached an operating EBITA margin of 12.6 percent. Order bookings decreased by 5 percent, although it should be noted that order bookings for our priority consumer business were positive, especially at the end of the quarter. The order backlog was 3 percent higher for comparable units than it was at the same point in time in the preceding year. It is with pleasure that I can report that we achieved the best fourth quarter in Inwido’s history, while we also strengthen our position as Europe’s largest manufacturer of windows.  For the 2015 full-year, sales increased organically by 4 percent in SEK and operating profit rose by 17 percent to SEK 589 million. The operating EBITA margin ended up at 11.3 percent. All operating segments, with the exception of Finland, contributed positively to the improvement in earnings during 2015. However, conditions have varied greatly. During the first half of the year in particular, the Finnish market was pervaded by a weak market across the board. Given the circumstances, as the market leader, Inwido coped well and increased stability could be discerned towards the end of the year. Once again, Denmark achieved a very good year, although profits were burdened by less profitable industrial transactions, which also induced the restructuring measures initiated in the fourth quarter. The trend in Sweden was characterised by the strategic shift that has been implemented towards an increased share of consumer sales. This change is also reflected in sharply improved profitability. Inwido in Norway had a challenging 2015 with tangibly lower volumes. However, losses continued to decline thanks to the vigorous changes and initiatives undertaken to increase competitiveness. Developments outside the Nordic region have been mixed, with Ireland as our strongest individual market. Development in e-Commerce was favourable over the year, with November’s launch in Germany being the single most important initiative. Our view is that the underlying demand for our products and services is stable – a view that is confirmed by, for example, the fact that we have not so far seen any immediate impact of the change in the tax deduction that was introduced in Sweden at the start of the year. We are also keeping to our strategic plan well. This entails the continuing transition towards more consumer business, that we are continuously reviewing our capacity and structure to identify, where possible, additional efficiency enhancements and that we have intensified our work with both organic and acquisition-based growth. On the other hand, external developments, both political and financial, remain uncertain with many risks that could affect our business adversely. These are factors that impact Inwido just as much as they affect many others. In conclusion, I note, in the depth of our seasonally quietest and coolest period, that 2015 was Inwido’s best year to date. At the same time, I believe considerable opportunities remain to continuously improve our company."  MALMÖ, FEBRUARY 4, 2016 Håkan JeppssonPresident and CEO  The the entire report in the pdf attached

AstraZeneca Full-Year and Q4 2015 Results

4 February 2016 Full-Year and Q4 2015 Results Financial Summary +---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+| |FY 2015 ||Q4 2015 |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+| |$m |% change ||$m |% change |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+| | |CER1|Actual|| |CER1|Actual|+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+|Total   Revenue2 |24,708|1 |(7) ||6,399|2 |(5) |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+| | | | || | | |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+|Core3 Op. Profit |6,902 |6 |(1) ||1,556|28 |31 |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+|Core   EPS |$4.26 |7 |- ||$0.94|22 |26 |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+| | | | || | | |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+|Reported   Op. Profit|4,114 |100 |93 ||1,088|n/m4|n/m4 |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+|Reported   EPS |$2.23 |137 |128 ||$0.63|n/m4|n/m4 |+---------------------+------+----+------++-----+----+------+ ·     Core EPS in the year up by 7% and by 22% in Q4 2015 ·     Total Revenue growth of 1% in the year, with the gross margin on Product Sales up by 1% point ·    Top-line and gross-margin growth underpinned continued investment in R&D. Core R&D costs up by 21% in the year, reflecting the investment in the pipeline ·     Core SG&A costs down by 2% in the year (Q4 2015: down by 11%), in line with commitments ·     Reported EPS in the year up by 137%, at $0.63 in Q4 2015 (Q4 2014: loss per share of $0.25) ·    A second interim dividend of $1.90 per share, bringing the dividend for the full year to $2.80; the Board reaffirms its commitment to the progressive dividend policy ·    FY 2016 CER guidance - a low to mid single-digit percentage decline in Total Revenue and a low to mid single-digit percentage decline in Core EPS; includes dilutive effects from recent transactions FY 2015 Commercial Highlights The Growth Platforms grew by 11% in the year, representing 57% of Total Revenue. ‘New Oncology’ is included for the first time, reflecting its long-term importance for the Company’s future growth: 1. Respiratory: +7%, before completion of the acquisition of Takeda’s Respiratory business 2. Brilinta/Brilique: +44%, underpinned by a recently-extended US label and positive CHMP opinion 3. Diabetes: +26%, including +76% in Emerging Markets. Global Farxiga/Forxiga growth of 137% 4. Emerging Markets: +12%, including China and Latin America each growing by 15% 5. Japan: +4%, including +8% in Q4 2015 6. New Oncology: Contributed $119m, comprising Lynparza, Iressa (US) and Tagrisso Achieving Scientific Leadership: Progress since the last results announcement +------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+|Regulatory  |Zurampic (lesinurad) -   gout (US)Tagrisso (osimertinib,   ||Approvals |formerly AZD9291)   - lung   cancer (US, EU) |+------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+|Regulatory  |brodalumab - psoriasis (US, EU)ZS-9 - hyperkalaemia (EU) ||Submission | ||Acceptances | |+------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+|Other Key   |CHMP positive opinions   (EU):Zurampic, Brilique - prior MI||Developments|(PEGASUS trial), Tagrisso |+------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+ Pascal Soriot, Chief Executive Officer, commenting on the results said: “We delivered a strong pipeline and financial performance in 2015 as we begin the next phase in our strategic journey. The Growth Platforms delivered an 11% rise in Product Sales that, along with the 7% increase in Core EPS, demonstrated the underlying strength of our business. Our culture of innovation continued to drive R&D productivity, with six regulatory approvals in the year. This momentum will continue in 2016 as we anticipate six regulatory submissions and around ten major data readouts. We strengthened the strategic importance of Oncology, bringing to patients next-generation therapies such as Tagrisso in lung cancer and Lynparza in ovarian cancer, as well as a promising immuno-oncology pipeline. Alongside this organic progress, we also continued to invest in our main therapy areas through key agreements with Acerta Pharma, ZS Pharma, and Takeda. As we face the transitional period of patent expiry for Crestor in the US, we’re confident that our strong execution on strategy, combined with the benefits of focused investments and new launches, keeps us on track to return to sustainable growth in line with our targets.” Please click on the associated PDF document to view the full announcement: http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/0432O_1-2016-2-4.pdf

Nomination Committee appointed in respect of AGM 2016 in Camurus

Lund — 4 February 2016 — According to the instruction for Nomination Committee in Camurus AB adopted at the extraordinary general meeting held on 15 October 2015, the Nomination Committee for the annual general meeting 2016 shall be composed of representatives of the three largest shareholders in terms of voting rights as of 31 December 2015, along with the Chairman of the Board of Directors. The composition of the Nomination Committee has now been established, and Camurus today announced that the Nomination Committee in respect of the AGM 2016 consists of the following persons who together represent approximately 67 percent of the number of shares and votes in the company based on the last known shareholder information. · Per Sandberg, representing Sandberg Development AB · Jan Andersson, representing Swedbank Robur Fonder · Mikael Hanell, representing Catella Fonder · Per Olof Wallström, Chairman of the Board Shareholders who wish to submit proposals to the Nomination Committee are welcome to contact the Nomination Committee at the company’s address. Proposals shall be submitted in due time before the Annual General Meeting, but not later than 15 March 2016, to ensure that the proposals can be considered by the Nomination Committee. About CamurusCamurus is a Swedish research-based pharmaceutical company committed to developing and commercialising innovative and differentiated medicines for the treatment of severe and chronic conditions. New drug products with best-in-class potential are conceived based on the proprietary FluidCrystal® drug delivery technologies and an extensive R&D expertise. Camurus’ clinical pipeline includes products for treatment of cancer, endocrine diseases, pain and addiction, developed in-house and in collaboration with international pharmaceutical companies. The company’s shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm under the ticker “CAMX”. For more information, visit www.camurus.com. For more informationPer Olof Wallström, Chairman of the BoardTel. +46 709 42 95 20p.o.wallstrom@telia.com The information in this press release is disclosed by Camurus AB in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.00 a.m. on 4 February 2016.

Fourth quarter and full year 2015

Fourth quarter October-December 2015 · Order intake was SEK 838 (618) million · Net sales were SEK 621 (656) million · EBIT was SEK 251 (231) million · Earnings per share were SEK 1.99 (2.37) Full year January-December 2015 · Order intake was SEK 2,179 (2,028) million · Net sales were SEK 1,815 (1,475) million · EBIT was SEK 540 (277) million · Earnings per share were SEK 4.52 (2.72) DividendThe Board proposes an ordinary dividend of SEK 1.50 (0.80) per share and an extraordinary dividend of SEK 2.50 (3.20) per share. The total dividends of SEK 4 (4) per share amount to SEK 391.7 (391.7) million. OutlookThe Board’s assessment is that sales in 2016 will be at the level SEK 1,900 million. 2015 - stable performance“Strong fourth quarter is the culmination of a year of stable growth, a year to be proud of. Never have system or aftermarket sales been higher. Growth was 23 percent. The results demonstrate that the product development strategy is correct. This is especially gratifying during a year when the global market for SMT equipment has experienced a decline. The operating margin reached 40 percent in the fourth quarter and 30 percent for the whole year. And we moved into 2016 with an order backlog exceeding SEK 1 billion. At the same time, through investments in product development, we have taken steps to reach our established goals for growth and profitability in the coming years," says Lena Olving, CEO and President of Mycronic AB.Mycronic’s launches of innovative production solutions for effective electronics production have led to an increase in demand within both of Mycronic’s business areas, which has strengthened the company's market and financial positions. During the fourth quarter, the latest new equipment for dispensing several types of fluids was introduced. Mycronic’s Jet Dispenser, which builds on the jet printing platform, is significantly faster than existing dispensing solutions and targets new segments on the SMT market. By broadening the product offering to other segments, opportunities are created for a position shift, which is in line with the company's strategy for growth.During 2015, Mycronic received orders for a total of nine mask writers for different applications. Demand for the most high resolution mobile displays is on the rise, which increases photomask complexity. Mycronic’s most advanced mask writer, the Prexision-80 (P-80), is indispensable for this manufacturing. During 2015, the company delivered a P-80 and received an order for an additional system.The company’s replacement offering for customers with older mask writers for display manufacturing was also positively received, with three orders in 2015."Besides maintaining and developing our existing offering, we have started an initiative to make the technology leap necessary to develop products for new and future needs within SMT. By collaborating with a high tech engineering company in Asia, we complement our unique competence with specific technological and market competence for new customer requirements," says Lena Olving.   Contacts at Mycronic:Lena OlvingPresident and CEO+46 8 - 638 52 00lena.olving@mycronic.com                                                         Per EkstedtCFO+46 8 - 638 52 00per.ekstedt@mycronic.com About MycronicMycronic AB is a high-tech Swedish company engaged in developing, manufacturing and marketing of production solutions to the electronics industry. Mycronic headquarters are located in Täby, north of Stockholm and the Group has subsidiaries in China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and the US. For more information, see the company website www.mycronic.com.Mycronic AB (publ) is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm, Mid Cap: MYCR.

Nomination Committee’s proposal to NCC’s Annual General Meeting on April 12, 2016

NCC’s Nomination Committee proposes that the Board of Directors, insofar as it is elected by the Annual General Meeting (AGM), comprise six members with no deputies. The Nomination Committee proposes reelection of the current Board members: Tomas Billing (member since 1999, Chairman since 2001), Carina Edblad (member since 2014), Sven-Olof Johansson (member since 2012), Viveca Ax:son Johnson (member since 2014), Ulla Litzén (member since 2008) and Christoph Vitzthum (member since 2010). Olof Johansson has declined reelection. The Nomination Committee proposes reelection of Tomas Billing as Chairman. The Nomination Committee proposes that director fees be paid in a total amount of SEK 3,600,000, distributed so that the Chairman of the Board receives SEK 1,100,000 and each other AGM-elected member receives SEK 500,000. The Nomination Committee’s proposal in this respect corresponds to a reduction of SEK 500,000, since it is proposed that the fees paid to the Board members remain unchanged and that the number of Board members be reduced by one. No fees are payable for work on committees. The Nomination Committee proposes reelection of the auditing firm EY for one year, with Mikael Ikonen as Auditor-in-Charge. It is proposed that the auditors be remunerated in return for approved invoices. The Nomination Committee proposes that Chairman of the Board Tomas Billing be appointed Chairman of the 2016 AGM. The Nomination Committee was elected by the 2015 AGM and comprises Viveca Ax:son Johnson (Chairman of the Board of Nordstjernan AB), Marianne Nilsson (Executive Vice President of Swedbank Robur AB) and Johan Strandberg (Analyst at SEB Fonder), with Viveca Ax:son Johnson as Chairman. Tomas Billing, Chairman of the NCC Board of Directors, is a co-opted member of the Nomination Committee but has no voting right. The AGM will be held at 4:30 p.m. on April 12, 2016 in Aula Medica, Solna.

Continued strong organic growth in US and proposed increased dividend to SEK 7.00 per share

October – December 2015Revenue for the fourth quarter amounted to SEK 4,144 million compared to SEK 3,714 million for the corresponding period the previous year. Organic growth was 3 percent (2) and real growth was 5 percent (18). Loomis operating income (EBITA)[1] amounted to SEK 479 million (389) and the operating margin was 11.6 percent (10.5). Income before taxes amounted to SEK 415 million (361) and income after taxes was SEK 299 million (260). Earnings per share before and after dilution amounted to SEK 3.97 (3.45). Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 384 million (379), equivalent to 80 percent (97) of operating income (EBITA). January – December 2015Revenue for the year amounted to SEK 16,097 million (13,510). Organic growth was 2 percent (3) and real growth was 7 percent (14). Loomis operating income (EBITA)[1] amounted to SEK 1,703 million (1,370) and the operating margin was 10.6 percent (10.1). Income before taxes amounted to SEK 1,461 million (1,240) and income after taxes was SEK 1,069 million (910). Earnings per share before and after dilution amounted to SEK 14.21 (12.10). Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 1,264 million (1,161), equivalent to 74 percent (85) of operating income (EBITA). “Organic growth in the USA was 10 percent, the highest organic growth for a single quarter since the listing in 2008. Investments made in cash management services (CMS) on the US market, which is important to us, have been successful. An increased proportion of CMS and the group-wide efforts to improve quality and efficiency continues to yield good financial results”, states Lars Blecko, CEO of Loomis. [1]Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Amortization of acquisition-related intangible fixed assets, Acquisition-related costs and revenue and Items affecting comparability.  February 4, 2016    Lars Blecko Anders HakerCEO and President Loomis US CFO and President Loomis ABCell: +1 832 205 2896 Cell: +46 708 108 559E-mail: lars.blecko@us.loomis.com E-mail: anders.haker@loomis.com Loomis offers secure and effective comprehensive solutions for the distribution, handling, storage and recycling of cash and other valuables. Loomis’ customers are banks, retailers and other companies. Loomis operates through an international network of around 400 branches in more than 20 countries. Loomis employs around 22,000 people and had revenue in 2015 of SEK 16 billion. Loomis is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm Large-Cap list.Loomis AB discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.00am CET on February 4th, 2016.

Gunnebo Year-End Release 2015

Comments on the fourth quarter by Gunnebo’s President and CEO, Henrik Lange “Order intake during the quarter was good and increased organically in all regions. Organic order intake for the Group as a whole increased by 3%, primarily driven by the Entrance Security and Cash Management product groups. In Entrance Security, orders were received during the quarter from Hamburg Airport and two large airports in Canada, and also from metro lines in the Chinese cities of Tianjin and Shenzhen. These orders all involved the delivery and installation of entrance security gates. Growth has been good in Cash Management during the quarter. By introducing the Group’s offering on new markets, Gunnebo is working actively to develop its business in this area. For instance, the offering was successfully launched in Mexico during the quarter, and the first order has been received. Another important part of the Group’s strategic agenda is to grow the business with both national and international key customers. During the quarter, a French jewellery chain the Group has been working with for a long time ordered vaults for its stores in the USA. Meanwhile, the French grocery chain, Carrefour, has engaged Gunnebo to provide a complete electronic security solution for its stores in Brazil. Net sales amounted to MSEK 1,677 during the fourth quarter, which equates to organic growth of 2%. This positive development is primarily attributable to increased sales of solutions for Cash Management and Entrance Security as well as Service. The EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions both showed organic growth, while in Region Americas the trend was negative due to weaker sales in the bank sector in North America. Gunnebo continued to optimise the production structure for Cash Management during the quarter, as a consequence of acquiring Sallén in July 2015. Manufacturing will therefore be relocated from the factory in Trier, Germany, to other Gunnebo factories during 2016. Operating profit amounted to MSEK 121 (116) during the quarter, and the operating margin to 7.2% (7.4%). The operating profit includes one-off costs of MSEK 28 (32) relating to the relocation of production from Trier and ongoing cost adaptations in Europe. The operating margin excluding one-off costs totalled 8.9% (9.4%)." Henrik Lange, President and CEOGunnebo AB FOURTH QUARTER 2015 ·Order intake increased to MSEK 1,345 (1,266), organically it increased by 3%. ·Net sales increased to MSEK 1,677 (1,574), organically they increased by 2%. ·Operating profit increased to MSEK 121 (116) and the operating margin was 7.2% (7.4%). ·Operating profit excluding items of a non-recurring nature amounted to MSEK 149 (148) and the operating margin to 8.9% (9.4%). ·Profit after tax for the period totalled MSEK 80 (88). ·Earnings per share were SEK 1.05 (1.15). ·The free cash flow amounted to MSEK 218 (271). 2015 AS A WHOLE ·Order intake increased to MSEK 6,191 (5,433), organically it increased by 5%. ·Net sales increased to MSEK 6,052 (5,557), organically they were unchanged. ·Operating profit amounted to MSEK 320 (352, of which MSEK 73 related to the gain from the sale of Fichet-Bauche Télésurveillance). The operating margin totalled 5.3% (6.3%). ·Operating profit excluding items of a non-recurring nature amounted to MSEK 397 (366) and the operating margin to 6.6% (6.6%). ·Profit after tax for the period amounted to MSEK 168 (227). ·Earnings per share were SEK 2.18 (2.98). ·Free cash flow amounted to MSEK 56 (223). ·The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 1.00 (SEK 1.00) per share. Full report is attached to this press release.Invitation to Telephone Conference on February 4, 09.30 (CET) To participate in the conference, please sign up using the link below: https://eventreg1.conferencing.com/webportal3/reg.html?Acc=922949&Conf=193893   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 Lange09:55  Questions and answers10:15  Closing of telephone conference Copies of the presentation will be available 30 minutes prior to the telephone conference on www.gunnebogroup.com. Attending from Gunnebo AB are President and CEO Henrik Lange and CFO Susanne Larsson. A recording of the telephone conference will be available on www.gunnebogroup.com from late afternoon February 4. 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 karin.wallstrom@gunnebo.com 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 February 4, 2016.

Japan’s leading sports publishing company signs deal with Cxense

Oslo, Norway – Cxense ASA (OSE: CXENSE) today announced an agreement with FromOne (www.from1.com), Japan’s leading sports publishing, digital media, e-commerce and futsal venue operating company. The contract includes licensing the Cxense Insight (real-time analytics), Cxense DMP (Data Management Platform) and Cxense Content (site personalization) products. FromOne works closely with the J-League (Japan’s Professional Soccer League) and its club teams. Furthermore, FromOne is the publisher of well-known, market-leading, print and digital titles such as Soccerking.jp, Baseballking.jp, and also exclusively operates the Japanese language websites of major European football clubs, such as Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund. FromOne is the third contract that Cxense has signed through its partnership with Japanese media management business FourM (fourm.jp). FourM manages over 200 publishers and 4 billion advertising impressions monthly. Customers include Shueisha, Soccer-king, ModelPress, J-cast, and many more. Cxense is building a strong partner network in key markets, as a response to increased market demands and to further strengthen the Company´s growth trajectory. The deal continues the momentum Cxense has built in the Japanese market, complementing AEON (the largest retailing group in Japan and Asia), leading Japanese publishers Nikkei BP and Mainichi Shimbun, and e-commerce giant DMM.com. Cxense DMP is becoming the leading Data Management Platform for media companies, e-commerce sites, and consumer brands around the world. Businesses using the Cxense DMP can aggregate data across mobile, tablet and desktop devices, independent of 3rd-party cookie tracking, to build individual user profiles in real time. These profiles can be used to target advertising and personalize content and promotions. Cxense Insight provides unparalleled real-time analytics for web and mobile sites through customizable dashboards. By analyzing the content on each page of a site, and tracking every user interaction across all devices, businesses can continuously improve their digital user experience to increase engagement and revenues. Cxense Content works in harmony with the Cxense Insight and Cxense DMP products to deliver unprecedented personalization across web and mobile sites, as well as mobile apps. This personalization capability has been proven to increase consumer loyalty and sales for Cxense customers. Cxense products are delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), where customers pay a monthly license subscription fee. Customer contracts are typically for twelve months, with automatic renewal. About FromOne Japan Established in 1998, FromOne is Japan’s leading sports publishing, digital media, e-commerce and futsal venue operating company that also works closely with the J-League (Japan’s Professional Soccer League) and its club teams. FromOne frequently organizes live viewing events with broadcasters and on-ground fan activation events with brands across Japan. FromOne is the publisher of well-known, market-leading, print and digital titles such as Soccerking.jp [Soccer News Site]; Baseballking.jp [Baseball News Site]; World Soccer King [Magazine]; J-League Soccer King[Magazine]; and, Soccer Game King [Magazine]. FromOne also exclusively operates the Japanese language websites of major European football clubs, such as Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund. About Cxense Cxense enables the world’s leading media, e-commerce and consumer brands to- take control of their audience data to deliver more engaging and personalized user experiences. Businesses using Cxense's advanced real-time analytics, data management (DMP), advertising, search and personalization technology gain more engaged users, increased digital revenue and higher sales conversions. Cxense is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices worldwide. Customers include Condé Nast, Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Gannett, Globo, Grupo Clarin, Singapore Press Holdings, South China Morning Post, AEON, DMM, Rakuten, Naspers, Bonnier, El País (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Pa%C3%ADs), The Guardian, Schibsted, and many more. For more information: www.cxense.com, Twitter: @Cxense. Cxense is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with the ticker ‘CXENSE.’ Investor Relations Contact: Jørgen M. Loeng Chief Financial Officer Email: jorgen.loeng@cxense.com Mobile: +47 906 60 062

Notice to the Annual General Meeting of Tieto Corporation

Notice is given to the shareholders of Tieto Corporation to the Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday 22 March 2016 at 3.00 p.m. (EET) at hotel Scandic Park, address Mannerheimintie 46, 00260 Helsinki, Finland. The reception of persons who have registered for the meeting and the distribution of voting tickets will commence at 2.00 p.m. (EET). A. Matters on the agenda of the Annual General Meeting At the Annual General Meeting, the following matters will be considered: 1       Opening of the meeting 2       Calling the meeting to order 3       Election of persons to scrutinize the minutes and to supervise the counting of votes 4       Recording the legality of the meeting 5       Recording the attendance at the meeting and adoption of the list of votes 6       Presentation of the annual accounts, the report of the Board of Directors and the auditor’s report for the year 2015 · Review by the CEO 7       Adoption of the annual accounts 8       Resolution on the use of the profit shown on the balance sheet and the payment of dividend The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that a dividend of EUR 1.10 per share and an additional dividend of EUR 0.25 be paid from the distributable assets for the financial year that ended on 31 December 2015. The dividend shall be paid to shareholders who on the record date for the dividend payment on 24 March 2016 are recorded in the shareholders’ register held by Euroclear Finland Oy or the register of Euroclear Sweden AB. The dividend shall be paid as from 8 April 2016. 9       Resolution on the discharge of the members of the Board of Directors and the CEO from liability 10    Resolution on the remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors The Shareholders’ Nomination Board proposes that the remuneration of the Board of Directors will be annual fees and remain unchanged as follows: EUR 83 000 to the Chairman, EUR 52 500 to the Deputy Chairman and EUR 34 500 to the ordinary members of the Board of Directors. The same fee as to the Board Deputy Chairman will be paid to the Chairman of Board Committee unless the same individual is also the Chairman or Deputy Chairman of the Board. In addition to these fees it is proposed that the member of the Board of the Directors be paid a remuneration of EUR 800 for each Board meeting and for each permanent or temporary committee meeting. It is the company’s practice not to pay fees to Board members who are also employees of the Tieto Group. The Shareholders’ Nomination Board proposes that 40% of the fixed annual remuneration be paid in Tieto Corporation’s shares purchased from the market. The shares will be purchased within two weeks from the release of the interim report January 1 - March 31, 2016. According to the proposal, the Annual General Meeting will resolve to acquire the shares directly on behalf of the members of the Board which is an approved manner to acquire the company’s shares in accordance with the applicable insider rules. The Shareholders’ Nomination Board is of the opinion that increasing long-term shareholding of the Board members will benefit all the shareholders. 11    Resolution on the number of members of the Board of Directors The Shareholders’ Nomination Board proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the number of Board members be eight. 12    Election of members of the Board of Directors and the Chairman The Shareholders’ Nomination Board proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the current Board members Kurt Jofs, Sari Pajari, Markku Pohjola, Endre Rangnes, Jonas Synnergren and Lars Wollung be re-elected and in addition Johanna Lamminen and Harri-Pekka Kaukonen are proposed to be elected as new Board members. Eva Lindqvist and Teuvo Salminen have informed that they are not available for re-election. The Shareholders’ Nomination Board proposes that Markku Pohjola shall be re-elected as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. The term of office of the Board members ends at the close of the next Annual General Meeting. All the proposed candidates have given their consent to being elected. Johanna Lamminen (born 1966) is the Chief Executive Officer of Gasum Oy, a Finnish company offering natural gas and biogas for energy production, industry, homes and transport. Previously, she held executive positions in Danske Bank Oyj, Evli Pankki Oyj and SSH Communications Security Oyj. Johanna has graduated as LicSc. (Tech.) from Tampere University of Technology and conducted a MBA in Helsinki University of Technology. Harri-Pekka Kaukonen (born 1963) is the former President and CEO of Sanoma Corporation, a European media and learning company. Previously, he has acted in various positions within Fazer Group, also having served as Fazer’s Deputy CEO. Prior to that he was a partner and held various other positions at a consultant company McKinsey. By his education Harri-Pekka is DSc. (Tech.). The biographical details of the candidates and information on their holdings are available on Tieto’s website at www.tieto.com/cv. In addition to the above, the company’s personnel shall appoint two members, each with a personal deputy, to the Board of Directors. The term of office for the personnel representatives is two years and Esa Koskinen (deputy Ilpo Waljus) and Anders Palklint (deputy Robert Spinelli) are appointed to the Board until the Annual General Meeting 2018. 13    Resolution on the remuneration of the auditor The Audit and Risk Committee of the Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the auditor to be elected at the Annual General Meeting be reimbursed according to the auditor's invoice and in compliance with the purchase principles approved by the committee. 14    Election of auditor The Audit and Risk Committee of the Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General meeting that the firm of authorised public accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers Oy be re-elected as the company's auditor for the financial year 2016. 15    Authorizing the Board of Directors to decide on the repurchase of the company’s own shares The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the Board of Directors be authorized to decide on the repurchase of the company’s own shares as follows: The amount of own shares to be repurchased shall not exceed 7 200 000 shares, which currently corresponds to approximately 10% of all the shares in the company. Only the unrestricted equity of the company can be used to repurchase own shares. Own shares can be repurchased at a price formed in public trading on the date of the repurchase or at a price otherwise formed on the market. The Board of Directors decides how the share repurchase will be carried out. Own shares can be repurchased inter alia by using derivatives. The company’s own shares can be repurchased otherwise than in proportion to the shareholdings of the shareholders (directed repurchase). The authorization cancels previous unused authorizations to decide on the repurchase of the company’s own shares. The authorization is effective until the next Annual General Meeting, however, no longer than until 30 April 2017. 16    Authorizing the Board of Directors to decide on the issuance of shares as well as options and other special rights entitling to shares The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the Board of Directors be authorized to decide on the issuance of shares as well as on the issuance of option rights and other special rights entitling to shares referred to in chapter 10 section 1 of the Companies Act in one or more tranches as follows: The amount of shares to be issued based on the authorization (including shares to be issued based on the special rights) shall not exceed 7 200 000 shares, which currently corresponds to approximately 10% of all the shares in the company. However, out of the above maximum amount of shares to be issued no more than 700 000 shares, currently corresponding to less than 1 % of all of the shares in the company, may be issued as part of the company’s share-based incentive programs. The Board of Directors decides on the terms and conditions of the issuance of shares, option rights and of special rights entitling to shares. The authorization concerns both the issuance of new shares as well as the transfer of treasury shares. The issuance of shares and of special rights entitling to shares may be carried out in deviation from the shareholders’ pre-emptive right (directed issue). The authorization cancels previous unused authorizations to decide on the issuance of shares and on the issuance of options and other special rights entitling to shares. The authorization is effective until the next Annual General Meeting, however, no longer than until 30 April 2017. 17    Closing of the meeting B. Documents of the Annual General Meeting The agenda of the Annual General Meeting, the proposals of the Board of Directors, the Audit and Risk Committee and the Shareholders’ Nomination Board and this notice are available on the company’s website www.tieto.com/agm. The annual report, the report of the Board of Directors and the auditor’s report of Tieto Corporation are available on the website during the week commencing on 22 February 2016. These documents are also available at the meeting. Copies of these documents and of this notice will be sent to shareholders upon request. The minutes of the meeting will be available on the company’s website latest on4 April 2016. C. Instructions for the participants in the Annual General Meeting 1 Shareholders registered in the shareholders’ register Each shareholder, who is registered on 10 March 2016 in the shareholders’ register of the company held by Euroclear Finland Oy, has the right to participate in the Annual General Meeting. A shareholder, whose shares are registered on his/her Finnish book-entry account, is registered in the shareholders’ register of the company. A shareholder, who is registered in the shareholders’ register of the company and wants to participate in the Annual General Meeting, shall register for the meeting no later than 17 March 2016 at 3.00 p.m. (EET) by giving a prior notice of participation, which shall be received by the company no later than on the abovementioned date. Such notice can be given: · through Tieto’s website at www.tieto.com/agm · by e-mail agm@tieto.com · by phone +358 20 727 1740 (Mon-Fri 9.00 a.m.-3.00 p.m. EET) · by telefax +358 20 602 0232 or · by mail to Tieto, Legal/AGM, P.O. Box 38, FI-00441 Helsinki, Finland. In connection with the registration, a shareholder shall notify his/her name, personal identification number, address, telephone number and the name of a possible assistant or proxy representative and the personal identification number of a proxy representative. The personal data given to Tieto Corporation is used only in connection with the Annual General Meeting and with the processing of related registrations. The shareholder, his/her authorized representative or proxy representative shall, where necessary, be able to prove his/her identity and/or right of representation. 2 Holders of nominee registered shares A holder of nominee registered shares has the right to participate in the general meeting by virtue of such shares, based on which he/she on the record date of the general meeting, i.e. on 10 March 2016, would be entitled to be registered in the shareholders’ register of the company held by Euroclear Finland Oy. The right to participate in the general meeting requires, in addition, that the shareholder on the basis of such shares has been registered into the temporary shareholders’ register held by Euroclear Finland Oy at the latest by 17 March 2016 by 10 a.m. (EET). As regards nominee registered shares this constitutes due registration for the general meeting. A holder of nominee registered shares is advised to request without delay necessary instructions regarding the registration in the temporary shareholder’s register of the company, the issuing of proxy documents and registration for the general meeting from his/her custodian bank. The account management organization of the custodian bank has to register a holder of nominee registered shares, who wants to participate in the general meeting, into the temporary shareholders’ register of the company at the latest by the time stated above. Further information on these matters can be found on the company’s website (www.tieto.com/agm). 3 Shares registered in Euroclear Sweden AB A shareholder with shares registered in Euroclear Sweden AB’s Securities System who wishes to attend and vote at the AGM must: 1       be registered in the shareholders’ register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB not later than on 10 March 2016. Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must, in order to be eligible to request a temporary registration in the shareholders’ register of Tieto Corporation maintained by Euroclear Finland Oy, request that their shares are re-registered in their own names in the register of shareholders maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB, and procure that the nominee sends the above mentioned request for temporary registration to Euroclear Sweden AB on their behalf. Such reregistration must be made as of 10 March 2016 and the nominee should therefore be notified well in advance before said date. 2       request temporary registration in the shareholders’ register of Tieto Corporation maintained by Euroclear Finland Oy. Such request shall be submitted in writing to Euroclear Sweden AB no later than on 11 March 2016 at 15:00 Swedish time. Further information about attending the AGM is found on the company’s website page www.tieto.com/agm. This temporary registration made through written request to Euroclear Sweden AB is considered a notice of attendance at the general meeting. 4 Proxy representative and powers of attorney A shareholder may participate in the Annual General Meeting and exercise his/her rights at the meeting by way of proxy representation. A proxy representative shall produce a dated proxy document or otherwise in a reliable manner demonstrate his/her right to represent the shareholder at the Annual General Meeting. When a shareholder participates in the Annual General Meeting by means of several proxy representatives representing the shareholder with shares at different securities accounts, the shares by which each proxy representative represents the shareholder shall be identified in connection with the registration for the Annual General Meeting. Possible proxy documents should be delivered in originals to Tieto, Legal/AGM, P.O. Box 38, FI-00441 Helsinki, Finland before 17 March 2016. 5 Further instructions and information Pursuant to chapter 5, section 25 of the Finnish Companies Act, a shareholder who is present at the Annual General Meeting has the right to request information with respect to the matters to be considered at the meeting. On the date of this notice to the Annual General Meeting the total number of shares and votes in Tieto Corporation is 74 013 093. The meeting will be conducted primarily in Finnish, and simultaneous translation will be available into English and as necessary into Finnish. Coffee will be served after the meeting.  Helsinki, 3 February 2016 Tieto CorporationBoard of Directors  For further information, please contactJouko Lonka, General Counsel, tel. +358 20 727 8182, +358 400 424 451, firstname.lastname(at)tieto.com DISTRIBUTIONNASDAQ HelsinkiNASDAQ StockholmPrincipal Media Tieto is the largest IT services company in the Nordics providing full lifecycle IT services. We also provide global product development services for companies in the communications and embedded technologies arena. Through industry insight, technology vision, and innovative thinking, Tieto proactively strives to inspire and engage our customers in finding new ways of accelerating their business. Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Tieto has over 13 000 experts in more than 20 countries. Turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm. www.tieto.com

Report on operations 2015

FOURTH QUARTER 2015 (OCT – DEC) • Net sales in the quarter amounted to SEK 32.7 (25.5) million, corresponding to an increase of 28 percent. Net sales increased by 17 percent in local currency.• Operating income before depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounted to SEK 6.9 (3.1) million, corresponding to an EBITDA margin of 21 percent.• Net income amounted to SEK 2.8 (0.3) million, resulting in earnings per share of SEK 0.13 (0.01). The figures are affected by amortization and depreciation of SEK 3.1 (2.6) million.• Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 2.9 (-5.4) million.• Net sales of non-Durable goods* in the quarter amounted to SEK 29.1 (25.5) million, corresponding to an increase of 14 percent in SEK. Sales of non-Durable goods increased by 5 percent in local currency.• Products for warm perfusion (STEEN Solution™, the XPS™ and products related to the use of the XPS™) accounted for 40 (34) percent of total product sales.• Three XPS™ was delivered during the quarter. One to the US and two to Europe, whereof one to the world’s second largest lung transplant clinic in Vienna, Austria.• The China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) approved STEEN Solution™ for marketing and clinical use in China. THE PERIOD 2015 (JAN – DEC) • Net sales in the period amounted to SEK 120.2 (84.7) million, corresponding to an increase of 42 percent. Net sales increased by 25 percent in local currency.• Operating income before depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounted to SEK 18.8 (11.4) million, corresponding to an EBITDA margin of 16 percent.• Net income amounted to SEK 5.1 (5.2) million, resulting in earnings per share of SEK 0.24 (0.25) after depreciation and amortization of SEK 11.6 (3.9) million had been charged to the period.• Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 8.6 (-4.6) million.• Net sales of non-Durable goods* in the period amounted to SEK 106.0 (83.2) million, corresponding to an increase of 27 percent in SEK. Sales of non-Durable goods increased by 12 percent in local currency.• Products for warm perfusion (STEEN Solution™, the XPS™ and products related to use of the XPS™) accounted for 39 (28) percent of total product sales.• The first XPS™ was delivered to Europe. During the year a total of 4 clinics in Europe gained access to the XPS™, including the world’s second largest lung transplant clinic in Vienna, Austria.• The United States Patent and Trademark Office approved a third patent in the “Preservation and evaluation solution” family, which means that STEEN Solution™ and the XPS™ have broader patent protection in the US.• A strategic decision was made to apply for listing on Nasdaq Stockholm’s main market during 2016.• The first liver transplant using STEEN Solution™ was performed in Toronto, Canada, as part of a clinical phase 1 study. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS AFTER THE END OF THE QUARTER • A decision was made to apply for listing on the First North Premier segment as one step on the way to preparing the company for an application for listing on NASDAQ Stockholm’s main market.• The company has obtained a CE mark for a patent-protected product, PrimECC®, which has been developed to prime heart-lung machines before open heart surgery. The company will expand the clinical documentation for PrimECC® through more clinical studies in 2016.• At the time of publication of this report, 23 clinics have access to the XPS™, including 18 clinics in the US and 4 clinics in Europe.• After the end of the quarter one XPS™ contract was signed in Europe CONFERENCE CALL  CEO Magnus Nilsson will present the report in a conference call at 2 p.m. CET on Thursday, February 4, 2016. Telephone: +44 (0) 1452 555566, enter code 68991296. February 4, 2016GothenburgXVIVO Perfusion AB (publ)Magnus Nilsson, CEO * Durable goods are sales revenues from the XPS™.

NOTE’s Year-end Report 2015

Financial performance October–December• Sales were SEK 305.2 (248.1) million.• Operating profit was SEK 10.5 (8.1) million. Operating profit includes expenses relating to the change of CEO, of SEK 3.8 million.• Operating margin was 3.4% (3.3%). The underlying operating margin, excluding expenses for the change of CEO, was 4.7% (3.3%).• Profit after financial items was SEK 9.2 (8.1) million.• Cash flow after investments was SEK 25.4 (10.9) million, or SEK 0.88 (0.38) per share.Financial performance January–December• Sales were SEK 1,121.5 (964.0) million.• Operating profit was SEK 45.2 (31.8) million.• Operating margin was 4.0% (3.3%).• Profit after financial items was SEK 39.8 (28.8) million.• Profit after tax was SEK 34.6 (24.6) million, corresponding to SEK 1.20 (0.85) per share.• Cash flow after investments was SEK 5.2 (2.5) million, or SEK 0.18 (0.09) per share.DividendThe Board of Directors is proposing a dividend to shareholders of SEK 0.70 (0.50) per share, or SEK 20.2 (14.4) million.CEO’s comment"We’ve put a strong year behind us with lifted sales, increased profitability, and further rationalizations of our working capital. In 2015 we saw several of our customers making positive progress. We secured deeper partnerships, won new business and product generations in what was already a strong customer base, in Sweden and internationally. Additionally, some time back, we secured several new business accounts and created new partnerships, progressively resulting in serial production and increased volumes. In 2015, NOTE’s sales increased 16%–in Q4 our growth was 23%. Our order book continues to corroborate a positive sales performance–our ambition is to keep increasing market shares and accelerate our profitable growth", says Henrik Nygren, CFO and acting CEO and President.NOTE’s Year-end Report for 2015 is now available in PDF format on the corporate web site, www.note.eu, and attached to this message. The Annual Report for 2015 will be published in week commencing Monday, 15 February.The Interim Report for January–March will be published on 19 April.

Laser specialist Nukon to manage its core business processes with ERP solution from IFS

One of Turkey’s leading producers of cutting machines, Nukon develops solutions for laser cutting, water jet cutting, plasma cutting and CNC oxygen cutting for the global market. Following a thorough evaluation process, Nukon selected IFS thanks to its many successful customer references in the industry as well as IFS Applications’ deep support for mixed-mode and configure-to-order manufacturing. The IFS solution will be deployed at Nukon subsidiary Nuri Körüstan Inc. and will support engineering and design, production management, quality management, sales management, purchasing management, finance, human resources, project management, and maintenance. “An important reason for selecting IFS Applications was the many positive customer references that IFS could showcase, both in Turkey and globally,” Nukon General Manager Oktay Akyıldızsaid. “Another important factor was IFS’s support for configuration management, which corresponded very well with our approach. I am looking forward to a rapid and successfully executed implementation project.” IFS Turkey Managing Director Ergin Öztürk added, “We are very excited to be working with Nukon, which is a dynamic company with a very strong product portfolio. IFS Applications offers an ideal combination of comprehensive ERP functionality and best-in-class industry-specific features, which I believe is perfectly suited to Nukon’s diverse value chain. We are pleased to support Nukon’s continued development and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial collaboration.” Among IFS’s customers in the Turkish manufacturing sector are: Durmazlar Makine, Baykal Makine, Ektam Makine, Ersey Makine, Çumitaş, Tuvasaş, Uzer Makina, Tolon Makina, Akar Makine, Friterm, Cantek, Yılmaz Redüktör, and Gamak Motor.

EQT Infrastructure II sells EEW Energy from Waste to Beijing Enterprises Holding

· EQT Infrastructure II has agreed to sell leading German Energy-from-Waste company EEW to Beijing Enterprises Holding · Under EQT Infrastructure II’s ownership, EEW has transformed into a highly efficient organization focused on providing long-term, environmentally friendly waste disposal solutions and the production of energy from waste · EQT’s governance model and industrial approach have been the catalyst for EEW's transformation and established an ideal platform to drive future growth EQT Infrastructure II has reached an agreement in principle to sell market leading energy-from-waste company EEW Energy from Waste (“EEW”) to Beijing Enterprises Holding (“Beijing Enterprises”). The agreement is only subject to clearance under the German Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance. The transaction is expected to close end of February 2016. The equity purchase price amounts to Euro 1,438 million and the transaction represents the largest Chinese direct investment in a German company to date. Throughout its ownership, EQT Infrastructure II has supported EEW in significant growth, both organically and through selected strategic acquisitions. The management team and corporate governance structure have been strengthened, and EQT Infrastructure II has driven transformation of EEW into a highly efficient organization focused on providing long-term, environmentally friendly waste disposal solutions and energy-from-waste production. Matthias Fackler, Partner at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to EQT Infrastructure II, said: “Over the past three years, we have used our industrial expertise to support EEW in strengthening its core business processes. Under the leadership of a new management and complementary industrial board, this has led to broadening EEW’s customer base and a very efficient organization, setting the business up well for the future. We are convinced that Beijing Enterprises Holding is the right partner to support the further development of EEW including its continued domestic and international growth.” EQT Infrastructure II acquired a 51% stake in EEW in March 2013, and developed the business in partnership with E.ON, one of Europe’s largest energy groups. In April 2015, EQT Infrastructure II purchased the remaining 49% of the shares after E.ON announced its group restructuring program. Bernard Kemper, CEO of EEW, added: “EQT’s support and expertise have been instrumental to the optimization of business processes at EEW, and have provided a solid foundation for the company’s further growth. We look forward to future success together with Beijing Enterprises Holding, and to the continued development of the company.” EQT Infrastructure II has been advised by Morgan Stanley. Contacts Matthias Fackler, Partner at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to EQT, +49 89 2554 99 520 Kerstin Danasten, EQT Press contact, +46 8 506 553 34 About EQT EQT is a leading global private equity group with approximately EUR 29 billion in raised capital. EQT has portfolio companies in Europe, Asia and the US with total sales of more than EUR 17 billion and approximately 140,000 employees. EQT works with portfolio companies to achieve sustainable growth, operational excellence and market leadership. EQT Infrastructure II is a EUR 1.925 billion fund investing in medium-sized infrastructure businesses in the Nordic region, parts of Continental Europe, and North America. Investment targets are regulated infrastructure, concession-based infrastructure, market-based infrastructure and infrastructure-related services. For further information, please visit www.eqt.se About EEW EEW is the market leading Energy-from-Waste company in Germany, also active in Luxembourg and the Netherlands. With 1,050 employees the company operates 18 Energy from Waste plants and produces electricity, district heating and process steam for industrial use. The plants are modern facilities with state-of-the-art technology, frequently updated to meet the latest technological standards. EEW operates an installed waste capacity of around 4.7 million tonnes making an important contribution to European sustainable economy and playing a vital part in the local energy infrastructure, producing in total 6 TWh of energy. In 2014, EEW generated sales of about EUR  539 million. More information can be found on www.eew-energyfromwaste.com About Beijing Enterprises Holding Beijing Enterprises Holdings Limited is the sole overseas listed conglomerate controlled by the Beijing Municipal Government for channeling capital, technology and management expertise from international market into Beijing’s development priorities. As a professional public utilities provider, BEHL is a diversified conglomerate with focus on gas business, water services business, green industry and solid waste treatment, and beer business. Further information about BEHL can be found at www.behl.com.hk.

CEO and Group Management of Dustin to invest in new warrants programme

Group Management has acquired a total of 593,108 warrants in Dustin. Each warrant carries the entitlement to subscribe for one new share in the company for a subscription price corresponding to SEK 74.50 in accordance with the resolution by the Annual General Meeting on January 19, 2016. The subscription period extends from January 30, 2019 until June 30, 2019. In connection with this, part of Group Management will divest a small portion of existing shares in Dustin to finance the warrants acquisition, which will result in an overall higher exposure in the company. For this specific purpose, the advisory investment banks in connection with the listing, Carnegie and Nordea, have therefore approved the waiver of Group Management’s lock-in period, which extends until February 13, 2016. For further information, please contact: Niklas Alm, IR Manager niklas.alm@dustin.se, +46 708 24 40 88 The information is such that Dustin Group AB (publ) is to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act and the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication at 10:00 am on February 4, 2016. About Dustin Dustin is one of the leading Nordic resellers of IT products with associated services to companies, the public sector and private individuals. With its core business in e-commerce, Dustin functions as a bridge between the manufacturer’s wide-ranging offerings and customer requirements in which Dustin’s employees support customers in finding the appropriate solution for them. Dustin is a one-stop-shop that offers some 200,000 products with associated services, functions and solutions. Operations are conducted in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. The company has approximately 900 employees. Sales during the 2014/15 financial year amounted to approximately SEK 7.9 billion. About 90 per cent of Dustin’s income derives from the corporate market with a focus on small and medium companies. Dustin Group has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2015 and has its head office in Nacka in Stockholm.

Lifco announces its year-end report 2015 on February 22

Lifco announces its year-end report for 2015 on Monday, February 22, at 11.30am CET. On the same day at 3.00pm CET you are invited to a conference call with Fredrik Karlsson, CEO, Per Waldemarson, head of business area Dental and Therése Hoffman, CFO. Investors, analysts and media are welcome to take part in the conference call at 3.00pm CET on February 22. Link to presentation: http://cloud.magneetto.com/wonderland/2016_0222_Lifco/view (https://webmail.lifco.se/owa/redir.aspx?C=s3i5YFapY02OcDshKr1ZuPW56cF-LNNIiSeScgZ-K9N-JAp7rgs_jBCkIWPtfD14xy3RQNjEagQ.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fcloud.magneetto.com%2fwonderland%2f2016_0222_Lifco%2fview) Call-in numbers: Sweden: +46 8 566 426 90UK: +44 203 008 98 01US: +1 646 722 48 97 You can also view the presentation on Lifco’s website (http://lifco.se/investors/presentations/). The presentation will take about 20 minutes, followed by a Q&A-session. For more information please contact: Åse Lindskog  Media and investor relations managerPhone +46 730 244 872 E-mail ir@lifco.se About Lifco Lifco acquires and develops market-leading niched operations with the potential to deliver sustainable profit growth and strong cash flows. The Group has three business areas: Dental, Demolition & Tools and Systems Solutions. Lifco has a clear corporate philosophy which implies a long-term perspective, focus on profits and a highly decentralized organization. Lifco has 118 companies in 28 countries. In 2014, the Group’s net sales amounted to SEK 6.8 billion and the EBITA margin was 14.2%. For more information, visit www.lifco.se.

Tieto’s Board of Directors resolves on incentive plans for key employees

Tieto’s Board of Directors has approved two new share-based incentive plans for key employees of Tieto and its subsidiaries, a Performance Share Plan 2016–2018 and a Restricted Share Plan 2016–2018. The aim of the plans is to align the objectives of shareholders and key employees in order to increase the value of the company in the long-term. Tieto will nominate approximately 150 key employees, including Tieto’s Leadership Team, to the plans. The potential rewards from these new incentive plans will be paid partly in the company’s shares and partly in cash in 2019. The cash proportion is intended to cover taxes and tax-related costs arising from the reward. As a rule, no reward will be paid, if a participant´s employment or service ends before the reward payment. The Board of Directors anticipates that share rewards to be delivered to the participants under the plan will consist of shares to be acquired from the market. Thus, no new shares will be issued in connection with the plan and, therefore, the incentive plan will have no dilutive effect. Performance Share Plan 2016–2018 The potential reward from the Performance Share Plan 2016–2018 will be based on the relative Total Shareholder Return of Tieto share (TSR), strategic target related to Tieto’s growth and on Tieto’s Earnings per Share (EPS). Performance will be measured during 2016–2018. The rewards to be paid on the basis of the Performance Share Plan 2016–2018 correspond to the value of an approximate maximum of 430 000 Tieto shares, including the proportion to be paid in cash. Restricted Share Plan 2016–2018 The reward from the Restricted Share Plan 2016–2018 will be based on a valid employment or director agreement of a key employee upon the reward payment. The reward will be paid after the end of a three-year vesting period 2016–2018. The rewards to be paid on the basis of the Restricted Share Plan 2016–2018 correspond to the value of an approximate maximum of 50 000 Tieto shares, including the proportion to be paid in cash. TIETO CORPORATIONThe Board of Directors For further information, please contact:Nina Lönnquist, Head of Compensation & Benefits, tel. +358407505804, nina.lonnquist (at) tieto.com DISTRIBUTIONNASDAQ HelsinkiNASDAQ StockholmPrincipal Media Tieto is the largest IT services company in the Nordics providing full lifecycle IT services. We also provide global product development services for companies in the communications and embedded technologies arena. Through industry insight, technology vision, and innovative thinking, Tieto proactively strives to inspire and engage our customers in finding new ways of accelerating their business. Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Tieto has over 13 000 experts in more than 20 countries. Turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm. www.tieto.com

DNB Sweden delivers strong performance in 2015

There was sound profit performance in all units. DNB Finans recorded a strong level of profits in the fourth quarter, thus contributing to the healthy performance. The strong cooperation between DNB units is defined as a success factor, and the Group wishes to create a corporate culture characterised by change capacity and engagement. DNB Finans is a good example of this, which will help ensure sound growth in the long term. “Customers are becoming increasingly digital, and DNB Finans meets new customer needs with innovative solutions in order to give them a good experience every time they are in contact with us. DNB Finans is also a good team player and a very process-oriented organisation, which makes us efficient and always well prepared for changes in our business environment,” says Stefan Davidsson, head of DNB Finans Sweden. Large parts of DNB Asset Management's Swedish operations were sold to Öhman at year-end 2015. From being a full-scale asset manager, the business unit now concentrates on sales and client activities. Mutual funds will hereafter be managed from Norway and are based in Norway and Luxembourg. “We believe that sustainability matters both with respect to how we act as a company and how we invest. We are also top-ranked by our clients for our sustainable investment operations. In the period ahead, we will strengthen our relations to third-party suppliers and a number of institutional clients. I am certain that our world-class sector funds will be attractive in the market. I look forward to following developments in both DNB Asset Management and DNB Finans,” concludes Peter H. Carlsson, head of DNB Sweden. DNB Group: Healthy profits give strong improvement in capital adequacyDNB recorded profits of NOK 24 762 million in 2015, up NOK 4 145 million from 2014. The increase partly reflected the effect of basis swaps, while a rise in income and reduced costs also contributed to the high profit level. DNB’s common equity Tier 1 capital increased by NOK 20.9 billion through 2015, which makes the bank even more robust to cope with uncertain times.  “This is a strong financial performance by DNB and shows that parts of the Norwegian business community are still expanding in spite of the sharp drop in oil prices. It also demonstrates that we are an attractive bank for Norwegian personal customers. The number of new home mortgage contracts increased by more than 170 000 in 2015, which is a significant rise from the previous year. Overall, we are very pleased with our returns and cost performance,” says Rune Bjerke, group chief executive. Key figures for the DNB Group, fourth quarter of 2015 (NOK) · Pre-tax operating profits before impairment were NOK 9.3 billion (7.0) · Profit for the period was NOK 6.8 billion (5.0) · Earnings per share were NOK 4.11 (3.05) · Return on equity was 15.0 per cent (12.6) · The ordinary cost/income ratio was 28.1 per cent (42.2) · The common equity Tier 1 capital ratio (transitional rules) was 14.4 per cent (12.7) Comparable figures for 2014 in parentheses. This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. Contact persons:Thomas Midteide, group executive vice president, Corporate Communications, tel.: + 47 962 32 017Peter H. Carlsson, head of DNB Sweden, tel. + 46 (0)8-473 41 00  The quarterly report, presentation and Fact Book can be downloaded from www.dnb.no/investor-relations.

Faradion partners with AGM Batteries to commercialise sodium technology

Pioneer of sodium-ion battery technology, Faradion, will partner with UK-based lithium-ion cell developer and manufacturer, AGM Batteries. The research and development partnership will see the two companies scale-up Faradion’s sodium-ion technology to make it ready to enter the battery market. The collaboration will call on AGM Batteries’ experience in commercialising lithium-ion cells through to volume manufacturing at its 4,000 m2production facility in Caithness, Scotland, to develop Faradion’s sodium-ion technology to a standard where it could service markets such as Automotive, Oil and Gas, Grid Storage and Defence. Sodium-ion battery technology, which has been developed by Faradion, offers a more chemically stable alternative to lithium-ion, making batteries easier and safer to transport and store. By using highly abundant sodium salts rather than lithium, it is expected that sodium-ion batteries will also cost around 30% less to produce compared to conventional lithium ion technologies. AGM Batteries has produced high quality lithium-ion batteries for a number of industries, including Defence and Oil and Gas since 1997. Its facility currently produces rechargeable and non-rechargeable cylindrical and pouch cells using a range of chemistries.   Francis Massin, CEO of Faradion, said: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with AGM Batteries. Faradion already has significant expertise in the research, development and testing of sodium-ion battery components, but this partnership will allow us to drive our technology forwards and engineer a complete cell that is ready to be brought to market.” Kevin Brundish, CEO of AGM Batteries, said: “Since taking over the business in 2013, AGM has developed significant experience in the later phases of developing and commercialising battery technologies, and the partnership with Faradion offers the opportunity for us to take a sodium-ion technology to key markets.  The partnership blends the experience of the technology developer along with a flexible manufacturer; a fairly unique combination, certainly within the UK and Europe.” Media contacts Alex Michaelides – amichaelides@torqueagencygroup.com Telephone: 020 7952 1078 About Faradion Ltd Faradion is pioneering the next generation of advanced, low-cost battery materials. These novel materials employ sodium-ion (Na-ion) technology which, when incorporated into batteries, will be virtually indistinguishable in terms of performance from the leading lithium-ion (Li-ion) products currently on the market. Na-ion batteries have a number of benefits compared to battery technologies already on the market, with the foremost advantage being the low cost. The sodium salts used to prepare these battery materials are highly abundant, coming from more renewable sources than those of equivalent lithium salts, making them both cheap and easily obtainable. If compared to the equivalent salts used to make Li-ion batteries, the cost is approximately 1/10th. Faradion was virtually the first investment made by Finance Yorkshire and is headquartered in Sheffield’s Innovation Centre. See more at: www.faradion.co.uk About AGM Batteries Limited AGM Batteries works with clients and partners to scale new battery cell technologies through to manufacture.  Our business involves the transfer of developed laboratory & 'pilot scale' processes to our facility. The team has extensive experience in electro-chemistry, cell technology development, scaling for manufacture and bringing new products to market. We also work with Research groups and pilot scale facilities in the earlier stages of development to aid with Design for Manufacture.  AGM also provides a manufacturing service for client companies, producing cells on their behalf. We have the flexibility to manufacture a broad range of chemistries and cell types in pouch or cylindrical formats for our clients under sub-contract or as a Licensee.  Further information can be found at www.agmbatteries.com or e-mail enquiries@agmbatteries.co.uk.  

Year-end report January – December 2015

· Rental income declined to SEK 1,998m (2,087) due to a smaller property portfolio than in 2014. In an identical portfolio, income rose slightly more than 3 per cent. · Net operating income declined to SEK 1,429m (1,485). In an identical portfolio, net operating income rose slightly more than 3 per cent. The surplus ratio was 72 per cent (71). · Profit from property management increased to SEK 688m (682). · Realised and unrealised changes in value amounted to SEK 3,273m (1,639) for properties and to SEK 262m (-473) for fixed-income derivatives. · Profit before tax for the year amounted to SEK 4,233m (1,867). Profit  after tax for the year was SEK 3,232m (1,738), corresponding to earnings per share of SEK 19.54 (10.51). · Net lettings amounted to SEK 74m (243), following major lettings to tenants such as Telenor Sverige, ICA, KPMG and SBAB, and a number of management lettings. The rent levels from renegotiated leases increased an  average of 12 per cent. · The equity/assets ratio was 39 per cent (38) and the loan-to-value ratio 52 per cent (60). · The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 3.50 per share (3.25). Fabege delivers record results “Fabege had the capacity and driving force to capitalise on the favourable conditions in the market. Successively during the year, we renegotiated rents at increasingly higher levels, we signed leases with new customers and we continued work to make our property management and our value creation projects more efficient. As a result of all of this, we paved the way for the strong value growth that is now visible in our earnings,” says Christian Hermelin, CEO Fabege. Fabege AB (publ)

A Giant Step in Audio over IP: Genelec Launches 8430 IP Network-Compatible Studio Monitor

Genelec is delighted to announce that at ISE 2016 (Stand 3-A124 (http://www.iseurope.org/FX/g3d/2016/web/mapper/index.php?booth=3-A124)) in Amsterdam, the company will be showcasing the 8430, a brand new addition to the Smart Active Monitor (SAM™) range of products. As well as being the latest member of this ground-breaking Series, the 8430 is also the world’s first commercially-ready AoIP (Audio over Internet Protocol) studio monitor. Six years ago at ISE 2010, Genelec demonstrated its first audio-over-IP showcase system. The showcase was selected as one of the ‘Picks of ISE 2010’ as it was recognised as among the best new innovations presented at the show. Since then, extensive research and development has been made and also much has happened in establishing more mature standards for audio-over-IP. This work has been actively pursued in several forums, but in particular the AES67 standard on audio-over-IP interoperability, published in 2015, is now fast gaining acceptance and is rapidly establishing audio-over-IP in the mainstream. As such, the 8430 is the culmination of many years of intense research and development into AoIP by Genelec, and the company believes that the time is now right to launch this advanced solution: “At Genelec we believe that audio-over-IP networking, using systems fully compatible with open and global standards, is the right, reliable and robust way to address the future needs of the audio market. By launching 8430 we are a significant step closer to this reality.,” says Siamäk Naghian, Managing Director of Genelec. “With the technological progress that has been made in the field and the serious involvements with AoIP by broadcasters and other customers, we feel there is potential for a well-engineered monitor to provide both convenience and high performance benefits that IP networks can deliver. We think that the 8430 is exactly that monitor and I anticipate an enthusiastic reception of the product amongst the audio community. Audio over IP is no longer the future of monitoring, it is here now.” The 8430 combines exceptional connectivity options. First using an AES67 signal, the AoIP industry standard, via the XLR-housed RJ45 connector, and second, using a standard analogue signal via a balanced XLR connector. As part of Genelec SAM Series, the 8430 shares identical electro-acoustic features such as Genelec MDE™ and DCW™ technologies, a flow optimized reflex port, very low distortion, high SPL and wide uncoloured response in a very compact enclosure - all this achieves the most accurate sound reproduction possible. Also, as member of the SAM Series, the 8430 uses the highly intuitive Genelec Loudspeaker Manager (GLM™ 2.0) control network and software which allows adjustments of all aspects of monitor settings and full system control. As a central part of GLM, Genelec AutoCal™ automatically ensures every monitor on the network is aligned for level, timing, as well as compensation of room response anomalies. An industry first, the 8430 is set to become an indispensable tool in IP networked audio systems in music studios, post-production houses, digital edit suites, radio, TV and outside broadcasting applications. Visit Stand 3-A124 at ISE 2016 to get an exclusive preview of the product.

Free fun for all at JORVIK Viking Festival

Vikings may have needed coins and precious metals to trade when they arrived in England 1150 years ago, but visitors to this year’s JORVIK Viking Festival can enjoy a host of Norse-themed events without having to dip into their purses! “Part of our mission is to share our knowledge about the Vikings and the history of our ancestors here in York, so this year, we’ve got a host of events and activities for the whole family which are completely free of charge,” comments Festival director, Danielle Daglan. “From our steading, where children can meet some of the animals that would have been farmed here by Viking settlers, to the encampments, they can chat to historic interpreters about Viking life and hear tales of the Norsemen from our Viking skalds, plus of course, the grand parade of hundreds of Vikings through the city centre on the final Saturday is a must-see spectacular.” Free highlights in the 2016 JORVIK Viking Festival include: ·Coppergate Camp, 13-20 February, 10.00am to 4.00pm – a chance to chat to Viking seafarers in one of the most important places in Viking York – Coppergate, where some of the world’s best preserved Viking artefacts were unearthed! Meet Viking merchants, and make an appointment to see the Cunning Woman, who will prescribe treatments for any aches, pains or wounds! ·City Camp, 15-20 February, Parliament Street, 10.00am to 4.00pm – a longship kitted out for war, warriors in their encampment, and a story tent where you can hear tales of the first ruler of the North Sea Empire, King Canute! ·Animal Steading, alongside City Camp, Monday 15 – Saturday 20 February in Parliament Street: meet the kind of animals that the Vikings would have reared in their yards in the city centre, from sheep and goats to chickens in a city farm with a distinctly Norse feel! ·Craft & Play The Viking Way, Monday 15 – Wednesday 17 February, 10.30am to 4.00pm, Parliament Street marquee – games and craft activities (a small charge may apply for some activities) undercover in a special Viking marquee. ·March to Coppergate, Saturday 20 February, 1.30pm – join the army of Viking warriors as they depart from Dean’s Park (next to York Minster) and parade through the city streets to arrive in Coppergate. ·Best beard competition, Saturday 20 February, 3.00pm at City Camp, Parliament Street. The best things in life are free, including facial hair! Join us to watch, or take part in, the greatest Viking beard competition this side of Copenhagen! Men, women and children are welcome to watch and enter – with real and synthetic beards eligible! For further details on events during the JORVIK Viking Festival 2016, please visit www.jorvik-viking-festival.co.uk ENDS For further media information or photographs, please contact: Jay Commins Pyper York Limited Tel:         01904 500698 Email:    jay@pyperyork.co.uk

Holiday with the Stars in Italy’s Undiscovered Heel

For quite some time now celebrities have been putting the region of Puglia, Italy in the spotlight – and now discerning travellers can holiday with the stars in luxury thanks to Aria Luxury Apulia. Follow in royal footsteps and relax where Hollywood actors have second homes in the heel of Italy’s boot. The stunning rustic region has long been attracting A-list celebrities, many of which have bought properties or chosen the location to get married. Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel famously tied the knot in Savelletri de Fasano, a Puglian seaside town, and more recently a wedding in Puglia attracted a royal guestlist including Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and Pippa Middleton. Some celebrities have been so charmed by the Puglian lifestyle that they have decided to buy property there. Hollywood actresses Helen Mirren and Meryl Streep have holiday homes in the region, as do Mickey Rourke and Mick Hucknall. Many of these rich and famous buyers decided to purchase a Masseria, which is a converted Italian farmhouse with a unique rustic style. Aria Luxury Apulia is a travel company which specialises in the undiscovered Italian region of Puglia, offering a number of beautiful holiday villas to rent. The area has been popular with celebrities and the rich and famous for a long time, but now Puglia is becoming a top holiday destination for holidaymakers who desire an authentic experience. Chiara Tenuzzo, Director of Aria Luxury Apulia said, “Puglia is a fairly undiscovered part of Italy, and for many years it has been a top secret destination for A-list celebrities. We want to share the beauty of Puglia with more people, which is why we offer once-in-a-lifetime Puglia villa holidays. Now you can holiday with the stars!” The premium villas available to rent include modern villas, converted farmhouses (masserias) and Italian trulli homes. Holidaymakers can choose from the selection of luxury properties which are scattered across the region, some offering quaint countryside views and acres of land and others with a prime coastal location. From rural retreats high in the hills to spacious seaside escapes, there is something for everyone in the handpicked collection of villas. The travel experts at Aria Luxury Apulia are also qualified to give professional advice and recommendations for the area around each villa. From the best local restaurants and beaches to excursions and special trips to vineyards or castles, the team help travellers plan the trip of a lifetime in a highly sought after part of Italy. To find out more about Aria Luxury Apulia visit: http://arialuxuryapulia.com/puglia/

Invitation to Nordea’s Annual General Meeting with proposal for simplification of legal structure

The Board of Directors of Nordea Bank AB (publ) invites shareholders to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 17 March 2016 at 13.00 at City Conference Centre, Folkets Hus, Barnhusgatan 12-14, Stockholm according to the attached notice. Proposal for simplification of legal structureAs communicated in the Q2 2015 report, Nordea is working on simplifying its legal structure. Today 4 February the Boards of Directors of each of Nordea Bank (NBAB), Nordea Bank Danmark (NBD), Nordea Bank Finland (NBF) and Nordea Bank Norge (NBN) signed cross-border merger plans with the purpose to change the subsidiary banks of NBAB to branches of NBAB and to present the cross-border merger plans to the AGM for approval. The mergers are planned to take place by early 2017. The proposed changes in the legal structure depend on AGM approval, approvals and a satisfactory outcome of the discussions with regulators and authorities in each country and that the mergers are not impeded, wholly or in part, by applicable laws or any other reason deemed significant by the Board of Directors of NBAB. The key risks to completion of the mergers are the many external dependencies, including dependencies on FSAs and tax authorities. - A branch structure will make it possible for us to truly operate as One Nordea. It will strengthen governance and is part of the simplification of our processes. It leaves the bank with a more efficient and straightforward structure and decreases administrative complexity. The branchification will contribute to making us more competitive to the benefit of our customers, says CEO Casper von Koskull. The branchification will only have minor effects on capitalisation levels. There will be no effect on the consolidation of own funds or the level of capital requirements. We do not expect the change to significantly affect the amount of corporate tax paid by the Nordea Group, and Nordea will continue to pay tax in the countries in which it operates. However, the overall financial effects of completing the mergers could entail additional net costs that are not insignificant depending on the final outcome of regulations, mainly the proposed build-up of the Swedish Resolution Fund over the next 4-5 years. - It is our firm belief that the long-term benefits of branchification will outweigh the costs, and we will going forward have a special focus on ensuring a level playing field in the Nordics, says Casper von Koskull. The notice of the Annual General Meeting is published today at www.nordea.com and on 11 February 2016 in the Swedish official gazette. An announcement that notice has been given will be published in Dagens Nyheter and Svenska Dagbladet on 11 February 2016. The 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). For further information:Claus Christensen, Head of Group Communications, +45 25 24 89 93Rodney Alfvén, Head of Investor Relations, +46 8 614 78 80

The ‘Cronuz’ Is The Next-Gen Smartwatch That Leverages AI To Help Users Achieve Their Life Goals

Introducing the Cronuz – the brand new smartwatch that’s making waves in this most competitive of tech markets. The watch promises to revolutionise goal-setting, with the vision of ‘helping human beings achieve their dreams, life missions and ambitions’. The brand new wearable innovation promises to adapt to the needs of each individual user, designing personalized programmes to help them meet their goals, while managing their lifestyle to promote and encourage success across the board. Put simply, the Cronuz is redefining wearables for good. It’s also geared up so wearers can play games and listen to music -taking convenience to the next level. With a front camera and a cutting-edge eye-shaped design, the Cronuz is set to take on the big boys of the smartwatch arena, offering a totally personalized experience for every single wearer. Not to mention the incredible battery life, which lasts for up to seven days without a single charge – ideal for those who often find their other gadgets running out of juice. The watch is compatible with the Internet of Things, and also has immense artificial intelligence capabilities, making it one of the most advanced smartwatches to hit the market. The gMate operating system sits at the heart of the Cronuz smartwatch, endowing it with impressive capabilities that stand head and shoulders above their rivals in the smartwatch arena. The unique set of hardware syncs with artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, as well as utilising a system called Surround Detectosensor. This sensor allows the watch to become contextually aware – it can detect about and send recommendations or reminders, as well as sending alerts depending on your location. Darin Philips, CEO and Co-Founder of Cronuz, says, “The Cronuz is not just a flashy gadget that displays your text messages and tells you the weather – it’s far more than that. With an advanced operating system and artificial intelligence capabilities, the Cronuz is your new personal assistant – but also a pal, too. We’ve configured the watch to help users modify their lifestyle and behaviour, all in the pursuit of their own goals and missions. This watch gives wearers access to thousands of recipes for example but also guides them in cooking those recipeswith timers, alerts and how to do and what to do instructions.” Vinod Halai, CEO and Co-Founder of Cronuz, adds, “We believe we’ve created an industry-first in our intelligent watch, which can design lifestyle programmes for each and every user depending on their goals. For example, if you’re an athelete and want to achieve a certain goal, the watch will design a round-the-clock regime for you, taking into account sleeping, eating habits, training and other necessary life skills. If you’re a medical student, your Cronuz will train you to rise early and ‘hack’ your human behaviour to ensure you’re in the best possible place – both mentally and physically – to succeed. The Cronuz is a game-changer; a personal assistant, buddy and a pioneering gadget all rolled into one stylish package.” With prices starting at just $89, the Cronuz is also one of the most affordable smartwatches on the market, and regular updates from the team behind this innovation will ensure it remains at the cutting-edge of the competitive smartwatch industry. For more information about the Cronuz, please visit the website: http://www.cronuz.com/

Embark On A Spring Detox with Nourishu Probiotics Supplements

Spring is a time for new beginnings, fresh starts and personal growth – and what better way to mark the beginning of the new season than with a detox, fuelled and aided by nourishing probiotic supplements from Nourishu? Nourishu Probiotic 40 Billion, as the name might suggest, offers a balanced spectrum of 40 billion live organisms in just two capsules, to be taken daily for the best possible results. These live organisms are renowned for helping to maintain the healthy balance of bacteria inside the body, supporting digestion and many of the body’s other crucial functions. When used as part of any good springtime detox, probiotic supplements like Nourishu can contribute towards healthy digestion, the integrity of the intestinal lining and proper intestinal mobility – all important functions when trying to achieve internal balance and that sense of freshness that comes with a good detox. Ian Stone, CEO of Nourishu, comments, “Probiotics are a natural complement to any springtime detox – they help on a number of different levels, supporting the body’s ability to ‘detoxify’, as well as maintaining a healthy balance of good bacteria in the gut. The Nourishu Probiotic 40 Billion supplement is packed full of this good bacteria, which can help with toxin elimination, maintain a healthy liver and boost the immune system. “Available from Amazon for just $22.97, customers will receive sixty capsules, which is a thirty-day supply of these scientifically formulated probiotics – perfect for a springtime detox to return the body to its natural and healthy state.” We think about ‘detoxing’ as ridding bad toxins from the body, though if we really want to feel refreshed this spring time we need to also consider how we get beneficial nutrients in to our body as well. Having a healthy and balanced gut isn’t just about ridding our bodies of negative contaminants, it’s also crucial in order for us to fully absorb the good nutrients we need to truly feel refreshed and make a healthier, more positive lifestyle change. The best kinds of probiotic are those that contain several independent probiotic strains – this allows the user to experience the broadest range of benefits. With 4 strains and 40 billion colony-forming units, Nourishu’s probiotics are an excellent choice for those that want to see maximum results from just two capsules per day. The capsules are suitable for vegetarians, easy to swallow and are backed by the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice Quality Assurance), offering maximum peace of mind to every customer.  For more information, or to buy the probiotic capsules today, visit the Amazon product page: http://www.amazon.com/Recomended-Best-Probiotic-Supplement-Scientifically/dp/B018T3OM3A/ref=sr_1_1?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1453991608&sr=1-1&keywords=nourishu#Ask

1STOPXBRL Helps Businesses Prepare For Regulatory Change from UK GAAP to FRS 101 and 102 iXBRL

London’s leading financial iXBRL compliance solutions provider is urging businesses to take advantage of its expertise in order to meet new government legislations set to go live in April 2016. With the old UK GAAP standards now abolished, businesses must meet new FRS 101 and FRS 102 standards, as outlined by HMRC. 1STOPXBRL (http://www.1stopxbrl.com/?utm_source=Press%20Release&utm_medium=hyperlink&utm_campaign=1stop%20PR) is on-hand to help businesses make the switch, and stay iXBRL compliant against the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) standards in 2016, and beyond. Over the past few years the world has started to transition localised accounting standards (such as UK GAAP) to a more harmonised international system. Based on the International Financial Reporting (IFRS) principles, the new set of FRS 101 and FRS 102 accounting standards exist to help the FRC augment consistency with the international model. One of the major changes on the way is a significant increase in iXBRL tagging. While in the past classifying information was minimal, tagging of accounts detailed data is now far more comprehensive. “All business data items in a report must be tagged with an appropriate XBRL tag if a suitable tag exists in the relevant taxonomy,” states the FRC. With tags set to increase from 1500 up to 7000, 1STOPXBRL offers its clients ultra-productive taxonomies categorisation across iXBRL accounts. “The new standards are set to make converting to iXBRL far more complex and detailed. More than just a ‘technical exercise,’ accurate iXBRL conversion will now require an increased depth of knowledge in accounting,” says Andrew Stewart, CEO & Founder of 1STOPXBRL. For British businesses, the new standards represent big changes within accounting departments. All companies with annual turnover of more than £6.5 million are required to make the switch to the FRS system from April 2016. With the deadline looming, 1STOPXBRL is urging businesses to enlist its help in migrating to FRS iXBRL now. “Change is upon us, whether we like it or not. 1STOPXBRL is here to help make the transition as smooth and stress free as possible. Our tailor made iXBRL service can be scaled to suit the individual needs of SMEs and blue chip firms alike,” remarks Andrew Stewart, CEO & Founder.  For over 25 years 1STOPXBRL’s CEO has been providing financial compliance solutions to clients across the globe. From international corporations to independent financial and legal firms, service is steeped in quality, professionalism and an in-depth understanding of financial matters. For businesses experiencing major headaches, 1STOPXBRL is a proven solution. The group has been converting to FRS since Jan 2015, with a 100% record in quality and HMRC compliance. As well as big name clients such as BDO and Samsung, 1STOPXBRL helps businesses of all sizes across the UK transition to FRS compliant iXBRL. To find out more about 1STOPXBRL and how the group is helping businesses get FRS ready, go to: www.1stopxbrl.com (http://www.1stopxbrl.com/?utm_source=Press%20Release&utm_medium=hyperlink&utm_campaign=1stop%20PR) info@1stopxbrl.com +44 (0) 20 77577470

First drill cores retrieved from Engebø

The Finnish company Oy Kati Ab has started the drilling operation at Engebø with two mobile drilling rigs. The drill cores will be subject to various analyses to determine rutile grade, by-product garnet quality, and other mineral characteristics. The subsequent resource estimation and reclassification are expected to be completed in Q3 2016. Exploration Manager Mona Schanche comments: “The drilling program will provide valuable geological information for the further planning of the Engebø project, and we are pleased that the drilling now has commenced.” For questions please contact Exploration Manager Mona Schanche, telephone + 47 922 81 253.Oslo, 4 February 2016Nordic Mining ASANordic Mining ASA (www.nordicmining.com)Nordic Mining ASA (“Nordic Mining” or “the Company”) is a resource company with focus on high-end industrial minerals and metals in Norway and internationally. The Company’s project portfolio is of high international standard and holds a significant economic potential. The Company’s assets are in the Nordic region.Through the subsidiary Nordic Rutile AS Nordic Mining is undertaking a large-scale project development at Engebøfjellet in Sogn and Fjordane where the Company has rights and permits to a substantial eclogite deposit with rutile and garnet. Permits for the project were granted by the Norwegian government in April 2015. Nordic Mining has rights for exploration and production of high-purity quartz in Kvinnherad in Hordaland and develops the project through its subsidiary Nordic Quartz AS. Nordic Mining’s associated company Keliber Oy in Finland plans to start mining of lithium bearing spodumene and production of lithium carbonate. Nordic Mining holds exploration rights on the Øksfjord Peninsula in Troms and Finnmark, where the Company has discovered a prospective area of sulphide mineralisation. Through the subsidiary Nordic Ocean Resources AS, Nordic Mining is exploring opportunities related to seabed mineral resources.Nordic Mining is listed on Oslo Axess.

2015 marks record year for Nolato

In today’s year-end report for 2015, Nolato posts its best ever operating profit and a continued strong financial position. • Sales totalled SEK 4,726 million (4,234)• Operating profit (EBITA) rose to SEK 570 million (470)• The operating margin (EBITA) was 12.1% (11.1)• Earnings per share increased to SEK 15.97 (13.84)• The equity/assets ratio was 54% (54) and net financial assets were SEK 122 million (59)• The Board of Directors proposes an increase in the dividend to SEK 10.00 (8.50) per share “For the fourth consecutive year, this is the best operating profit in the Group’s history,” says Nolato President and CEO Hans Porat. “In 2015, we have continued according to our established strategy of creating a well-balanced Group structure, with a focus on technological development, project management and productivity. This has contributed to stronger customer relations, advancement in our market positions and greater profitability.” Nolato Telecom’s sales for the full year 2015 totalled SEK 2,017 million (1,799); adjusted for currency, sales decreased by 8%. Operating profit (EBITA) rose to SEK 272 million (199) and the EBITA margin was a strong 13.5% (11.1). “Volumes in the fourth quarter were higher than previously expected owing to the extended life of outgoing models. Product changeovers will consequently instead take place during the current quarter, resulting in substantially lower volumes than in the fourth quarter of 2015.” Nolato Medical’s sales rose to SEK 1,464 million (1,333). Operating profit (EBITA) increased to SEK 191 million (176), while the EBITA margin was 13.0% (13.2). “Our focus on expanding partnerships with customers was well received in the market and is resulting in higher activity and healthy project activity.” Nolato Industrial’s sales were SEK 1,251 million (1,106), an increase of 11% adjusted for currency. Operating profit (EBITA) totalled SEK 132 million (118), with an EBITA margin of 10.6% (10.7). “Increased market share and continued investments in technology are having a positive effect.” Nolato retains a healthy financial position, with an equity/assets ratio of 54% (54) and net financial assets of SEK 122 million (59). The Board of Directors proposes an increase in the dividend to SEK 10.00 (8.50). The Annual General Meeting will be held on 28 April at 4 pm in Grevie, Sweden. ---------For further information, please contact:Hans Porat, President and CEO, +46 705 517550Per-Ola Holmström, CFO, +46 705 763340Nolato is a Swedish group operating in Europe, Asia and North America. We develop and manufacture products made from polymer materials such as plastic, silicone and TPE for leading customers in medical technology, pharmaceuticals, telecoms, automotive, hygiene and other selected industrial sectors. Nolato shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, where Nolato is a Mid Cap company in the Industrials sector. The information is such which Nolato AB is obliged to disclose under the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. This information was made public on 4 February at 2.30 pm. www.nolato.com

Year-end report 2015: New customers and considerable new lending

“We see a rising unrest in the capital markets and a general increase in Swedish exporters’ activity due to improved economic conditions, particularly in Europe. Another explanation is that we now reach more Swedish companies than ever before. Since the start of 2015, SEK’s services have also been available to medium-sized exporters, and we have dedicated separate resources to assist this group of companies,” says SEK’s CEO Catrin Fransson.The unusually high volume is due to the signing of the export credit for Brazil’s purchase of the Gripen fighter aircraft from Saab. This is SEK’s largest ever lending transaction and comprises a loan from SEK corresponding to a total of Skr 41.9 billion.SEK has continued to develop its collaboration with the Swedish Export Credits Guarantee Board (EKN), and with Swedish and international banks, to reach more customers with our offering.“Efforts to promote Swedish exports intensified in the autumn following the launch of the government’s export strategy and we have increased collaboration with the various organizations within Team Sweden. A great amibition for the export strategy initiatives comprises increasing Swedish exports to emerging countries. Our sustainability efforts is of the outmost importance and we have extensive experience of operating in complex markets and of setting ethical, societal and environmental requirements for those transactions in which we participate. We are continuing the ongoing development of our sustainability efforts together with other organizations, including EKN and the Swedish exporters who, like SEK, are extremely ambitious in this area,” says SEK’s CEO Catrin Fransson.The financial performance was negatively impacted by impairment of IT investments, which was not fully compensated by higher net interest revenue.The after-tax return on equity for the year was 7.2 percent, which exceeds the owner’s profitability target. SEK has a strong capitalization with a Common Equity Tier 1 capital (CET1) of 21.6 percent at the end of the year (16.9 at the end of 2014).Results full year 2015 · New lending amounted to Skr 104.6 billion (2014: Skr 57.1 billion).  · Net interest income totaled Skr 1,662 million (2014: Skr 1,578 million).  · The operating profit was Skr 1,535 million (2014: Skr 1,629 million).  · Net profit was Skr 1,187 million (2014: Skr 1,260 million).  · The return on equity amounted to 7.2 percent (2014: 8.1 percent).  · Outstanding offers totaled Skr 57.1 billion (2014: Skr 78.4 billion).  · The Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) capital was 21.6 percent at the end of the period (2014: 16.9 percent). For more information, please read the attached report.Contact:Edvard UnsgaardHead of Communication, + 46-8-613 84 88

Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Brings Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic Series to La Romana, Dominican Republic

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Local youth will have an opportunity to play with their big league heroes as the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) Legends for Youth baseball clinic series returns to La Romana, Dominican Republic. In partnership with the Edwin Encarnacíon Baseball Foundation, the clinic will be held on Saturday, February 6th, 2016. The free clinic features current and former Major League Baseball players who will teach baseball skills, drills and life lessons for approximately 200 local youth. Players attending* include Toronto Blue Jays designated hitter and two-time All-Star Edwin Encarnacíon, as well as former Major Leaguers Carlos Febles, Fernando Tatís and Amaury Telemaco. The clinic will take place at Estadio Francisco A. Micheli, located in La Romana, Dominican Republic. The clinic on February 6th will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Alumni players will train at stations including pitching, catching, base running and life skills. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the clinic will conclude with an autograph session for children in attendance. Registration is closed to the public at this time. For more information regarding the clinic, please contact Rachel Levitsky, Communications Coordinator, at (719) 477-1870, ext. 114 or visit www.baseballalumni.com. *Clinicians subject to change. About The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) MLBPAA was founded in 1982 with the mission of promoting baseball, raising money for charity and protecting the dignity of the game through its Alumni players. The MLBPAA is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a membership of more than 7,600, of which approximately 5,600 are Alumni and active players. Alumni players find the MLBPAA to be a vital tool to become involved in charity and community philanthropy. Follow @MLBPAA for Twitter updates. About Legends for Youth Clinics MLBPAA’s Legends for Youth clinics impact more than 15,000 children each year, allowing them the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from players who have left a lasting impact on the game of baseball. The MLBPAA has reached children across America and internationally in Australia, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, the United Kingdom and Venezuela, through the Legends for Youth clinic series. To donate to this program, visit baseballalumni.com/donate (http://www.baseballalumni.com/donate). The official hashtag of the Legends for Youth clinic series is #LFYClinic. ###

Achieve Salon Loyalty with Makemebe, the Innovative New Scheme to Build Loyal Clientèle

Makemebe is an innovative new loyalty programme that salons can implement to encourage clients to return for treatments again and again. Created by Miss Ushma Patel and Miss Rena Solanki in response to the financial difficulties their own salon was facing, this scheme is available for all UK salons who wish to build up a loyal clientèle. The programme works by asking potential customers to sign up to a membership package at their preferred salon. The packages are agreed by the salon owner and a member of the Makemebe team, and are usually split into bronze, silver or gold categories. There is no limit on the number of packages, and current salon offers can be incorporated into the scheme. Examples of the packages can include:                         Bronze: one treatment out of a choice of two                         Silver: two treatments out of a choice of four                         Gold: three treatments out of a choice of six The client then pays a monthly direct debit, via the Makemebe website, in return for their chosen package. A discount is usually offered for more treatments. This ensures their loyalty to your salon for at least the length of the membership. The beauty business is an extremely competitive industry that can see clients bouncing between salons as they look for the cheapest deals. The Makemebe scheme aims to combine discount prices with excellent quality salons by providing them with a loyal clientele and a regular income that allows them to keep standards high. Makemebe takes a minimum of 25% of the monthly payment; a small amount compared with the likes of Groupon, who can take up to 60%, but only offer a one-time client. In a world where there is so much choice, loyalty is what keeps businesses profitable. Sensuelle Beauty   Patel and Solanki have first-hand knowledge of how well Makemebe can work. They created the loyalty scheme back in January 2015, when their business was not going well. Their only other option was to exit the business altogether. Instead they started a membership loyalty scheme, offering clients the option of a bronze package (one treatment) at £15 per month; a silver package (two treatments) at £25 per month; or the platinum package (three treatments) at £45 per month. The response was incredible, and by the end of year one, the salon had gained and retained 131 new members. They only had five members cancel, two of which were relocating, and many members upgraded their plan after a few months in order to enjoy further treatments. But the salon’s profits have increased outside of the membership programme too. Product sales have rocketed, and many clients have chosen to purchase other treatments at full price while in store. Daily sales figures have increased from an average of £50 per day up to £400 per day!

Oriflame year-end 2015 results announcement and conference call Thursday, 18 February 2016

AnnouncementOriflame will publish its report for the fourth quarter and year-end 2015 at 07.15 CET on Thursday, 18 February.Conference call for the financial communityThe company will host a conference call on Thursday, 18 February at 09.30 CET.Participant access numbers:UK: +44 2075721187SE: +46 (0) 850639548CH: +41 (0) 445831883LU: +352 27300151US: +1 6467224972  Confirmation code: 23913005#The conference call will also be audio web cast in “listen-only” mode through Oriflame’s website www.oriflame.com or by http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/mz73mvs7Hosts: Magnus Brännström, CEO, and Gabriel Bennet, CFO.  For additional information, please contact:Nathalie Redmo, Investor Relations Manager, +41 799 220 173Martin Olofsson, Nasdaq, +46 73 449 74 13   This information is such that Oriflame Holding AG is required to disclose in accordance with the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act and/or the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication at 15:30 CET on 4 February 2016. Founded in 1967, Oriflame is a beauty company selling direct in more than 60 countries. Its wide portfolio of Swedish, nature-inspired, innovative beauty products is marketed through approximately 3 million independent Oriflame Consultants, generating annual sales of around €1.3 billion. Respect for people and nature underlies Oriflame’s operating principles and is reflected in its social and environmental policies. Oriflame supports numerous charities worldwide and is a Co-founder of the World Childhood Foundation. Oriflame is a Swiss company group listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange

Nomination to the Board of Directors of Swedbank 2016

According to the proposal the number of board members, to be elected at the Annual General Meeting (AGM), is nine. Furthermore, the nomination committee proposes Anders Sundström as Chair of the Board of Directors. Swedbank AB’s nomination committee proposes Bodil Eriksson for election as member of the Board of Directors. Born in 1963. Executive Vice President Volvo Cars US with responsibility for product, marketing and communication in North- and South America and Peter Norman. Born in 1958. Previous Financial Markets Minister and CEO for the Seventh Public Pension Fund. The nomination committee proposes to raise the remuneration for the Board of Directors calculated on an annual basis as follows, corresponding to an average raise of 3,2 percent: SEK 2 430 000 (2 390 000) for the Chair of the Board of Directors; SEK 525 000 (510 000) for the ordinary members of the Board of Directors; SEK 290 000 (255 000) for the Chair of the Board’s audit committee; SEK 215 000 (205 000) for other members of the Board’s audit committee; SEK 290 000 (255 000) for the Chair of the Board’s risk and capital committee; SEK 215 000 (205 000) for other members of the Board’s risk and capital committee. Unchanged remuneration is proposed for the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors, SEK 815 000 and for each member of the Board’s remuneration committee, SEK 100 000. Swedbank AB’s nomination committee proposes that fees to the auditor continue to be paid on approved account. Swedbank AB’s 2016 AGM will take place at Dansens Hus in Stockholm, on 5 April 2016. The nomination committee proposes Claes Zettermarck, lawyer, as Chair of the 2016 AGM. Prior to the 2016 AGM, the nomination committee comprises the following: Lennart Anderberg, appointed by owner-group Föreningen Sparbanksgruppen, Chair of the nomination committee; Ramsay Brufer, appointed by Alecta; Jens Henriksson, appointed by Folksam; Peter Karlström, appointed by owner-group Sparbanksstiftelserna ; Anders Sundström, Chair of the Board of Directors of Swedbank AB. The entire proposal of the nomination committee will be included in the AGM invitation and also be available on Swedbank’s website. Swedbank AB (publ) is required to disclose this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Markets Act (2007:528), the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980) and/or the regulatory framework of Nasdaq Stockholm). This information was sent to be published on 4 February 2016 at 16.00 CET.

Energy storage from Nilar makes waves at Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2016

The interest for marine electrification is rapidly growing. More and more companies are beginning to notice the benefits of lower emissions, reduced fuel consumption and increased operational efficiency. The Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2016 in Fort Lauderdale confirmed this trend and attracted over 2 000 attendees from almost 40 countries. Among the exhibitors were Nilar, who got an opportunity to display their high voltage hybrid solution for marine application. “Our bi-polar NiMH batteries represent a new generation of batteries that deliver high power instantly and can be charged very quickly. In 2014, these batteries were used to power the first supercharged electric ferry in the world, called Movitz. With just ten minutes of charging, Movitz could run for a whole hour while carrying more than a hundred passengers, which was a real breakthrough. This marked a big occasion for electric transportation in general, and for the marine industry in particular. With such a strong case behind us, we were curios to see how our solution would be received on the global market”, says Richard Howlett, VP Engineering at Nilar. Nilar have chosen to focus on high capacity batteries with a flexible and modular design. At the core of the technology lies a safe and robust chemistry without toxic heavy metals. Going into the show, Nilar knew that many companies were looking for more reliable and environmentally friendly energy storage solutions. How this interest will relate to electric propulsion and high voltage systems remained unclear. “After having spoken to numerous boat builders, captains and investors, we soon realised that there’s a huge potential market for efficient high voltage battery solutions within the marine industry. The US market seemed to be more focused on lead acid replacement in lower voltage systems for the moment, but many visitors showed great interest in our solution as it worked so well with Movitz, especially from Europe and Asia. One interesting lead came from Boeing prior to the event. Since they were unable to attend, they came by our booth beforehand and expressed great interest in our technology, which is very exciting of course”, Howlett concludes.

Pandox AB (publ) takes over operations at Quality Hotel & Resort Kristiansand, and changes brand to Thon Hotels

Pandox Operations has entered into an agreement with Nordic Choice Hotels to take over operations at one of Southern Norway’s leading conference hotels, Quality Hotel & Resort Kristiansand, a hotel property already owned by Pandox. As of 28 May 2016, Pandox will operate the hotel under the brand Thon Hotels. “When our partner Nordic Choice Hotels decided to not extend the lease agreement for the property, it was a natural step for Pandox to also assume the role of operator. Taking over of operations is in line with our strategy to safeguard the value and development of the hotel property. Our cooperation with Thon Hotels is very promising and we are convinced our new partnership will increase our customer base”, says Helge Krogsbøl, Vice President Pandox Operations Scandinavia. Quality Hotel & Resort Kristiansand in Norway is a full service hotel with 210 modern rooms of good standard, and it is one of Southern Norway’s leading conference hotels. The hotel is family friendly with an outdoor swimming pool and a location close to the Kristiansand Zoo. The hotel will be the second Pandox hotel in Norway to be branded Thon Hotels. Since 1 January, 2016, Hotel Fagernes is also operated under this brand. Pandox takes over operations 28 May, 2016, and will then reclassify the hotel from Property Management to Operator Activities. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Anders Nissen, VD, +46 (0)70 846 02 02Helge Krogsbøl, Vice President Pandox Operations Scandinavia, +47 484 04 476Camilla Weiner, Head of Investor Relations, +46 (0)70 752 08 57 Pandox AB (publ) is required to publish this information under the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on 4 February 2016 at 16:45 CET. About PandoxPandox is a leading owner of hotel properties in Northern Europe with a focus on sizeable hotels in key leisure and corporate destinations. Pandox’s hotel property portfolio currently comprises 121 hotels with more than 25,000 hotel rooms in eight countries. Pandox’s business is organised into Property management, which comprises hotel properties leased on a long-term basis to market leading regional hotel operators and leading international hotel operators, and Operator activities, which comprises hotel operations executed by Pandox in its owner-occupied hotel properties. Pandox was founded in 1995 and the company’s B shares are, as of 18 June 2015, listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. www.pandox.se

Publication of Prospectus

Regulatory Announcement Royal Bank of CanadaFebruary 4, 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 GBP400,000,000 Floating Rate Notes due February 2017, Series 25329 (the "Notes") pursuant to its Programme for the Issuance of Securities (the "Programme"). The following document constitutes the final terms dated February 4, 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 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. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/1403O_-2016-2-4.pdf  For further information, please contactPaul GuthrieAssistant General CounselRoyal Bank of CanadaTelephone Number:  (416) 974-6516Fax Number:  (416) 955-2032Email:  paul.guthrie@rbc.com

Nuevolution AB (publ) announces its quarterly results for the second quarter 2015/16

Second quarter summary · In October 2015, Nuevolution entered into a multi-target collaboration with Janssen Biotech Inc., one of the pharmaceutical companies of Johnson & Johnson, and in November the company received the first upfront payment. · During second quarter 2015/16, three pre-clinical studies in Nuevolution’s RORγt inverse agonist program came out with positive results for its lead candidate. Furthermore, non-regulatory toxicity testing in mice and dogs showed that the lead candidate was well tolerated, and did not lead to any safety alerts. · In December, Nuevolution raised gross proceeds of SEK 250 million in connection with the listing of its shares at Nasdaq First North Premier. · Group revenues for the second quarter of 2015/16 amounted to SEK 11.2 million (7.0). First half: SEK 12.3 million (19.9). · In the second quarter of 2015/16, the group’s recorded an operating loss of SEK 27.9 million (-17.7) and a loss of SEK 13.1 million excluding IPO costs. First half: SEK -53.5 million (-24.4) and SEK -39.0 million excluding IPO costs. · The group’s net loss in the second quarter of 2015/16 was SEK 25.6 million (-14.0) and a loss SEK 10.8 million excluding IPO costs. First half: SEK -49.5 million (-17.9) and SEK -35.0 million excluding IPO costs. · Earnings per share (EPS) was SEK -0.81 for the second quarter of 2015/16 (-0.62) and SEK -0.34 excluding IPO costs. First half: SEK -1.64 (-0.80) and -1.16 excluding IPO costs. · Net cash at 31 December 2015 was SEK 258.4 million (SEK 15.5 million). · No significant events have occurred for Nuevolution AB (publ) since the end of the reporting period. ” We are pleased with the progress made during the second quarter of 2015/16 in R&D, partner activities and financing in connection with the IPO. Nuevolution can now exercise its three-year business plan of realizing five or six business opportunities, and the company intends to enter into one or two out-licensing agreements and one or two risk-sharing agreements over the next 12-15 months”, CEO Alex Haahr Gouliaev states. For more information, please contact: Alex Haahr Gouliaev, CEO Phone: +45 70 20 09 87 Email: AHG@nuevolution.com About Nuevolution Nuevolution AB (publ) is a leading small molecule drug discovery biotech company founded in 2001, and headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. Nuevolution partners its discovery platform and programs with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to seek future benefit of patients in need of novel medical treatment option. Nuevolution’s internal programs are focused on therapeutically important targets within inflammation, oncology and immuno-oncology. Nuevolution AB (publ) is required to disclose the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was sent for publication on 4 February 2016, 18.00 (CET) Nuevolution AB (publ) is listed at Nasdaq First North in Stockholm, Sweden (ticker: NUE). Västra Hamnen Corporate Finance AB acts as Certified Advisor to Nuevolution AB (publ). More information about Nuevolution can be found on: www.nuevolution.com.

Proposals by the Board of Directors of Nokian Tyres plc to the Annual General Meeting

Nokian Tyres plc Stock Exchange Release 5 February, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. The Board’s proposals to the Annual General Meeting of 12 April 2016 concern the payment of dividends, the election of the members of Nokian Tyres’ Board of Directors and the auditor and authorizing the Board to decide on the repurchase the company’s own shares. 1. Dividend payment The Board proposes to the Annual General Meeting that a dividend of EUR 1.50 per share be paid for the period ending on 31 December, 2015. The dividend shall be paid to shareholders included in the shareholder list maintained by Euroclear Finland on the record date of 14 April, 2016. The proposed dividend payment date is 28 April, 2016. 2. Members of the Board and the auditor The Nomination and Remuneration Committee of Nokian Tyres’ Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the Board comprise of seven members and current five members out of six (Hille Korhonen, Tapio Kuula, Raimo Lind, Inka Mero and Petteri Walldén) be re-elected for the one-year term. New members proposed: Heikki Allonen, President and CEO, Patria Oyj and Veronica Lindholm, Managing Director, Finnkino Oy. The Board members are independent of the company and of any major shareholders of the company. Additional information on the current Board members is available in the Investor information section of Nokian Tyres’ website at http://www.nokiantyres.com/company/investors/corporate-governance/board-of-directors/ The Nomination and Remuneration Committee of Nokian Tyres’ Board of Directors proposes that the fees remain the same: The monthly fee paid to the Chairman of the Board would be EUR 6,667 or EUR 80,000 per year, while the monthly fee paid to Members of the Board would be EUR 3,333 or EUR 40,000 per year. In addition, according to the existing practices, 50% of the annual fee be paid in cash and 50% in company shares, such that in the period from April 13 to April 30, 2016, EUR 40,000 worth of Nokian Tyres plc shares will be purchased at the stock exchange on behalf of the Chairman of the Board and EUR 20,000 worth of shares on behalf of each Board member. It is also proposed that members of the Board are also granted an attendance fee of EUR 600 per meeting. The Board of Directors of Nokian Tyres proposes to the Annual General Meeting that KPMG Oy Ab, authorised public accountants, be elected as auditors. 3. The Board asks for the AGM’s authorization to decide on the repurchasethe company’s own shares  The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders authorize the Board of Directors to resolve to repurchase a maximum of 5,000,000 shares in the Company by using funds in the unrestricted shareholders’ equity. The proposed number of shares corresponds 3.7 per cent of all shares of the Company. The price paid for the shares repurchased under the authorization shall be based on the market price of the Company’s share in public trading. The minimum price to be paid would be the lowest market price of the share quoted in public trading during the authorization period and the maximum price the highest market price quoted during the authorization period. Company’s own shares can be repurchased otherwise than in proportion to the shareholdings of the shareholders (directed repurchase). The shares may be repurchased in order to improve the capital structure of the Company, to carry out acquisitions or other arrangements related to the Company’s business, to be transferred for other purposes, or to be cancelled, for the Company’s incentive plans, or if according to the Board of Directors’ comprehension, it is the interest of shareholders.   It is proposed that the authorization be effective until the next Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, however, at most until 12 October 2017. 5 February, 2016 Nokian Tyres plcBoard of Directors For further information: Anne Leskelä, Vice President, Finance and Control, tel. +358 10 401 7481 Distribution: Nasdaq Helsinki, media and www.nokiantyres.com

Nokian Tyres plc Financial Statement Bulletin 2015: Success in Europe boosted sales. Strong profitability in Q4. Outlook for 2016 cautious.

Nokian Tyres plc Financial Statement Bulletin 2015, 5 February 2016, 8 a.m. October-December 2015 · Net sales increased 11.1% to EUR 422.3 million (380.0 in 10-12/2014). Currency rate changes cut net sales by EUR 21.0 million compared with the rates in 10-12/2014. · Operating profit increased 22.4% to EUR 94.8 million (77.5). Operating profit percentage was 22.5% (20.4%). · Profit for the period decreased 133.5% to EUR -16.8 million (50.1). This includes additional taxes and punitive interest of EUR 94.1 million. · Earnings per share were down 134.4% to EUR -0.13 (0.37). January-December 2015         · Net sales decreased 2.1% to EUR 1,360.1 million (1,389.1 in 2014). Currency rate changes cut net sales by EUR 69.3 million compared with the rates in 2014. · Operating profit was down 4.1% to EUR 296.0 million (308.7). Operating profit percentage was 21.8% (22.2%). · Profit for the period increased 15.5% to EUR 240.7 million (208.4). In Q1 the company returned to the financial result the 2007-2010 total additional taxes and punitive interest of EUR 100.3 million, based on the annulment decision made by the Board of Adjustment of the Finnish Tax Administration. In December 2015 and in January 2016 the company received renewed reassessment decisions of EUR 94.1 million related to the ongoing tax dispute of years 2007-2010. The company recorded the amount as expenses in full in the financial statement and result for 2015. The net effect of the above described tax decisions related to the tax dispute 2007-2010 was EUR 6.2 million positive for the financial year 2015. · Earnings per share were up 15.1% to EUR 1.80 (1.56). · Cash flow from operations was EUR 311.1 (458.3). Dividend The Board of Directors proposes a dividend of EUR 1.50 (1.45) per share. Financial guidance In 2016, with current exchange rates, net sales and operating profit are to remain at the same level compared to 2015. Key figures, EUR million +---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+| |10-12|10-12|Change|2015 |2014 |Change|| |/15 |/14 |% | | |% |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Net sales |422.3|380.0|11.1 |1,360.1|1,389.1|-2.1 |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Operating profit |94.8 |77.5 |22.4 |296.0 |308.7 |-4.1 |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Operating profit % |22.5 |20.4 | |21.8 |22.2 | |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Profit before tax |72.9 |65.0 |12.1 |274.2 |261.2 |5.0 |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Profit for the period|-16.8|50.1 |-133.5|240.7 |208.4 |15.5 |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Earnings per |-0.13|0.37 |-134.4|1.80 |1.56 |15.1 ||share, EUR | | | | | | |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Equity ratio, % | | | |70.8 |67.5 | |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Cash flow |417.0|579.1|-28.0 |311.1 |458.3 |-32.1 ||from operations | | | | | | |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|RONA, % | | | |18.5 |18.3 | ||(roll. 12 months) | | | | | | |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+|Gearing, % | | | |-16.9 |-13.6 | |+---------------------+-----+-----+------+-------+-------+------+ Ari Lehtoranta, President and CEO: “Despite the delayed winter season and Russia’s further deteriorating economic challenges, we were able to deliver strong results. Like we reported earlier, winter season deliveries moved later; in Central Europe in great extent even to the fourth quarter. Our teams were able to achieve market share gains based on the world’s safest product portfolio. North American and Russian winter seasons were almost non-existing and this resulted in lower sales in 2015 and higher inventory levels going to 2016 in these market areas. Raw material cost decline supported our profitability in 2015. Good product mix, sales growth in 2H and improved productivity contributed also in profitability increase. Productivity improvement in passenger car tyre manufacturing was 5% in 2015 despite clearly lower volumes. Heavy Tyres improved profitability and increased its net sales. Vianor was hit by the lack of winter and ended up in negative profitability. One of our key strengths, our distribution network, continued to grow as planned. In 2015, we added over 500 new Vianor, NAD and N-Tyre outlets to our branded distribution network, and the current number of Vianor stores is 1,475 and the NAD/N-Tyre network has already grown to over 1,300 stores. Russia is still our biggest single country in terms of sales. Russia’s economic outlook for 2016 is negative. This together with the North American inventory situation will limit our capability to grow this year. However, we are aiming at improving our profitability in 2016. Our personnel has been doing great job everywhere. During 2015 we went through a difficult capacity reduction program in Nokia. At the same time, however, we have increased our investments in R&D, marketing and sales much more than the savings achieved in that program. These investments together with a strong balance sheet, positive cash flow and the whole organization delivering excellent results give us confidence about the positive future.” Market situation The global economy is estimated to pick up in 2016. The key issues influencing the global outlook: the gradual slowdown and rebalancing of economic activity in China, lower prices for energy and other commodities and a gradual tightening in monetary policy in the USA. Despite the anticipated improvement, the pace of the recovery is forecast to remain below pre-crisis levels. The USA continues still to be the growth engine. Also Europe is recovering. The global GDP is estimated to grow by 3.5% in 2016. The GDP growth estimates for Nordic countries are +0.5% – 3.8% and for Europe (including Nordics) +1.7%. The GDP in USA is estimated to grow by 2.7%. In Russia the GDP is expected to further decline between 0.3% and 3% depending on the scenario. In the Nordic countries new car sales increased in 2015 by 9% year-over-year. The market volume of car tyres showed an increase of 5% compared to 2014, but for full year 2016 the increase is expected to be lower. In Europe sales of new cars increased in 2015 by 9% year-over-year. Car tyre sell-in to distributors was up 3% compared with 2014, with winter tyre demand decreasing by 2%. Overall tyre demand is estimated to grow slightly in Central Europe in 2016. Pricing pressure is, however, tight. In the USA estimated new car sales were up 6% 2015 vs. 2014. The market volume of car tyres was flat compared with 2014, due to specific reasons related to the punitive import duties imposed on Chinese tyre suppliers. Car tyre demand in North America is expected to grow by 2% in 2016 year-over-year. Russia’s economic situation has remained challenging: according to the preliminary estimates, GDP contracted by 3.7% in 2015 vs. 2014. Year-on-year decline slowed down in Q4 compared to Q3; quarterly GDP is estimated to have grown in Q4 vs. Q3. Inflation continued to be high: consumer price index is estimated to have increased by 12.9% by year-end and by over 15% on average during the year, resulting in the cut of real wages of about 10%. Russian consumers’ purchasing power clearly weakened and consumer confidence remained at a very low level; in Q4 it continued to decline and approached historical minimum. As a result, consumers are holding back their spending: retail turnover remains quite sluggish, with only minor improvement on the way. Sales of new cars in Russia in 2015 reached 1.601 million units, down by 35.7% vs. 2014. The decline in December (-45.7%) was higher than in the previous months, as expected, due to the peak in sales in December 2014 driven by the sharp devaluation of the ruble and consumers’ flight from the ruble. Car manufacturers have muted expectations for 2016. Their joint forecast for the year is 1.53 million units, further 4.4% decline from 2015, although many experts expect a bigger slump in sales, up to -25%. Nokian Tyres estimates new car sales in Russia to decline approximately 10 – 25%. Tyre market (sell-in in A+B segments) is estimated to have declined by approximately 20%, with continued shift towards cheaper segments and decrease of imports by 32%. The global demand for special heavy tyres varied still strongly between product and market areas. OE forestry tyre demand continued to be strong. The increased use of wood and good profitability of pulp manufacturers will also support forestry machine and tyre demand during the following quarters. In 2015 in Europe the sell-in of premium truck tyres was up 4%, and in the Nordic countries demand was flat year-over-year. Demand in North America showed growth. In Russia, however, demand for premium truck tyres decreased by 11% compared to 2014. Truck tyre demand in 2016 is estimated to show some increase or to be at the same level as in the previous year in all Nokian Tyres’ western markets; in Russia demand is expected to remain weak. Raw materials The tailwind from tyre industry raw material prices continued through 2015. Raw material costs (€/kg) for Nokian Tyres were down 13.1% in 2015 year-over-year, savings of approximately EUR 40 million. Raw material costs are estimated to decrease around 5% in full year 2016, providing a tailwind of approximately EUR 15 million versus 2015. OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2015 Nokian Tyres Group recorded net sales of EUR 422.3 million (380.0), an increase of 11.1% compared with Q4/2014. Currency rate changes cut net sales by EUR 21.0 million. In the Nordic countries sales increased 6.4% year-over-year. Sales in Russia decreased 8.4%. Russia and CIS consolidated sales dropped 13.8%. In Other Europe sales were up 38.3% and in North America sales increased 10.7%. The raw material cost (EUR/kg) in manufacturing increased 2.9% year-over-year and increased 4.1% versus the third quarter of 2015. Fixed costs amounted to EUR 114.2 million (109.6), accounting for 27.0% (28.9%) of net sales. Nokian Tyres Group's operating profit amounted to EUR 94.8 million (77.5), an increase of 22.4% compared with Q4/2014. The operating profit was negatively affected by the recognition of credit losses and provisions of EUR 11.3 million (4.0). Net financial expenses were EUR 21.9 million (12.5). Net interest expenses were EUR 21.0 million (4.6). Net interest expenses include EUR 19.2 million penalty interest related to the tax dispute of 2007-2010. Net financial expenses include EUR 0.9 million (7.9) of exchange rate differences. Profit before tax was EUR 72.9 million (65.0). Profit for the period amounted to EUR -16.8 million (50.1), and EPS were EUR -0.13 (0.37), penalized by the additional taxes of EUR 94.1 million in Finland, including punitive tax increases and interests based on the renewed reassessment decisions from the Tax administration related to the tax dispute 2007-2010 received in December 2015 and January 2016. Income financing after the change in working capital, investments and the disposal of fixed assets (cash flow from operations) was EUR 417.0 million (579.1). JANUARY-DECEMBER 2015 Nokian Tyres Group recorded net sales of EUR 1,360.1 million (1,389.1), a decrease of 2.1% compared with 2014. Currency rate changes cut net sales by EUR 69.3 million. Gross sales development by market areas +----------------+-------+----------------+----------------+| |Growth%|% of total sales|% of total sales|| | |in 2015 | in 2014 |+----------------+-------+----------------+----------------+|Nordic countries|4.7 |43.6 |40.3 |+----------------+-------+----------------+----------------+|Russia and CIS |-34.0 |17.4 |25.5 |+----------------+-------+----------------+----------------+|Other Europe |4.7 |26.4 |24.4 |+----------------+-------+----------------+----------------+|North America |25.1 |11.8 |9.1 |+----------------+-------+----------------+----------------+ Net sales development by business units +-------------------+-------+----------------+----------------+| |Growth%|% of total sales|% of total sales|| | |in  2015 |in  2014 |+-------------------+-------+----------------+----------------+|Passenger Car Tyres|-5.2 |66.3 |68.4 |+-------------------+-------+----------------+----------------+|Heavy Tyres |4.2 |10.8 |10.2 |+-------------------+-------+----------------+----------------+|Vianor |4.1 |22.8 |21.5 |+-------------------+-------+----------------+----------------+ The raw material cost (EUR/kg) in manufacturing decreased by 13.1 year-over-year. Fixed costs amounted to EUR 403.8 million (400.0), accounting for 29.7% (28.8%) of net sales. Total salaries and wages were EUR 197.1 million (195.4). Nokian Tyres Group's operating profit amounted to EUR 296.0 million (308.7). The operating profit was negatively affected by the IFRS 2 -compliant option scheme accrual of EUR 9.1 million (9.6) and the recognition of credit losses and provisions of EUR 17.7 million (8.8). Net financial expenses were EUR 21.8 million (47.5). Net interest expenses were EUR 10.7 million (16.7). Financial expenses have been adjusted with a EUR 20.2 million reversal of interest on back tax as the reassessment decisions on the years 2007-2010 were annulled and returned to the Tax Administration for reprocessing in April 2015. Net interest expenses include EUR 19.2 million penalty interest related to the ongoing tax dispute of 2007-2010 and based on the renewed reassessment decisions from the Tax Administration received in December 2015 and January 2016. Financial expenses include EUR 2.7 million premium related to Nokian Tyres voluntary buy-back of company’s bond maturing 2017 amounting to EUR 62.3 million. Net financial expenses include EUR 11.1 million (30.8) in exchange rate differences. Profit before tax was EUR 274.2 million (261.2). Profit for the period amounted to EUR 240.7 million (208.4), and EPS were EUR 1.80 (1.56). The tax expense has been adjusted by EUR 80.1 million as the tax reassessment decisions on the years 2007-2010 were annulled in April 2015 and returned to the Tax Administration for reprocessing. The tax expense was again adjusted by EUR 74.9 million based on the renewed reassessment decisions from the Tax Administration received in December 2015 and January 2016. Return on net assets (RONA, rolling 12 months) was 18.5% (18.3%). Income financing after the change in working capital, investments and the disposal of fixed assets (cash flow from operations) was EUR 311.1 million (458.3). Investments Investments in the review period amounted to EUR 101.7 million (80.6). This comprises of production investments in the Russian and Finnish factories, moulds for new products, ICT and process development projects, and the Vianor expansion projects. Financial position on 31 December 2015 The gearing ratio was -16.9% (-13.6%). Interest-bearing net debt amounted to EUR -209.7 million (-164.6). Equity ratio was 70.8% (67.5%). The Group’s interest-bearing liabilities totalled EUR 219.6 million (275.2), of which current interest-bearing liabilities amounted to EUR 19.9 million (0.6). The average interest rate for interest-bearing liabilities was 3.2% (3.6%). Cash and cash equivalents amounted to EUR 429.3 million (439.9). At the end of the review period the company had unused credit limits amounting to EUR 508.7 million (606.5), of which EUR 155.7 million (255.7) were committed. The current credit limits and the commercial paper program are used to finance inventories, trade receivables and subsidiaries in distribution chains and thus control the typical seasonality in the Group’s cash flow. Group’s Total comprehensive income was negatively affected by translation differences on foreign operations by EUR 55.2 million (202.1). Total comprehensive income for the period amounted to EUR 185.2 million (4.4).  Tax rate Dispute concerning 2007-2010 In April 2015 the Board of Adjustment of the Finnish Tax Administration annulled the reassessment decision from the Tax Administration, according to which the Company was obliged to pay EUR 100.3 million additional taxes with punitive tax increases and interest concerning the tax years 2007-2010, and returned the matter to the Tax Administration for reprocessing. According to the Board of Adjustment, the Tax Administration neglected the obligation to hear the taxpayer. Because of the procedural fault by the Tax Administration, the Board of Adjustment annulled the decision without considering the actual substance of the matter. The Company returned the 2007-2010 total additional taxes of EUR 100.3 million in full to the financial statement and result for the first quarter of 2015. The Company had recorded the same amounts as expenses in full in the financial statement and result for 2013. In December 2015 and in January 2016 the Company received renewed reassessment decisions from the Tax Administration, according to which the Company is obliged to pay EUR 94.1 million additional taxes with punitive tax increases and interests concerning tax years 2007-2010. Payment was due in January 2016. The total sum demanded by the tax authorities is EUR 94.1 million, of which EUR 62.8 million are additional taxes and EUR 31.3 million punitive tax increases and interests. The Company considers the decision unfounded and appeals against it by leaving the claim to the Board of Adjustment. Based on the renewed reassessment decisions the Company has recorded the total additional taxes of EUR 94.1 million as expenses in full in the financial statement and result for 2015.Dispute concerning U.S subsidiary 2008-2012 Nokian Tyres U.S. Finance Oy, a subsidiary of Nokian Tyres plc (ownership 100% of shares), received a reassessment decision from the Finnish Tax Administration, according to which the company is obliged to pay EUR 11.0 million in additional taxes with punitive tax increases and interest concerning the tax years 2008 to 2012. EUR 7.9 million of this is additional taxes and EUR 3.1 million is punitive tax increases and interest. The company recorded them in full in the financial statement and result for Q1/2014. The Large Taxpayers’ Office carried out a tax audit concerning the Finnish Business Tax Act, where the Tax Administration raised an issue about the restructuring of the sales company and acquisitions by Nokian Tyres Group in North America, totally ignoring the business rationale and corresponding precedent rulings presented by the company. Nokian Tyres U.S. Finance Oy considered the reassessment decision of the Tax Administration as unfounded and submitted a claim for rectification to the Board of Adjustment. If necessary, the company will continue the appeal process in the Administrative Court. Tax rate outcome and estimate The Group’s tax rate was 12.2% (20.2%) in the review period. The tax rate excluding the additional taxes was 14.2%. The tax rate was positively affected by tax incentives in Russia for current investments and further investments in the future. The new agreed tax benefits and incentives came into force in the beginning of 2013. The agreement will extend the benefits and incentives until approximately 2020. The tax rate in the coming years will depend on the timetable and final result of the ongoing back tax disputes with the Finnish Tax Administration. The Group's corporate annual tax rate may rise from its medium-term average of 17% as a result of these cases.Personnel In 2015 the Company was forced to reduce capacity at the Nokian plant. This resulted in reduction of 122 employees. In 2015 the Group employed an average of 4,421 (4,272) people, and 4,389 (4,204) at the end of the review period. Despite of the above-mentioned reductions, the headcount in Finland increased and the Group employed in Finland 1,732 (1,657) people at the end of the review period, and in Russia 1,327 (1,326) people. The main increase took place in the equity-owned Vianor tyre chain, which employed 1,681 (1,508) people at the end of the review period. BUSINESS UNIT REVIEWS Passenger Car Tyres +-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-------+------+| |10-12|10-12|Change|2015 |2014 |Change|| |/15 |/14 |% | | |% |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-------+------+|Net sales, M€ |276.5|237.9|16.2 |951.5|1,003.2|-5.2 |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-------+------+|Operating profit,|80.3 |55.4 |44.8 |285.5|292.2 |-2.3 ||M€ | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-------+------+|Operating profit,|29.0 |23.3 | |30.0 |29.1 | ||% | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-------+------+|RONA, % | | | |27.8 |23.5 | ||(roll. 12 m.) | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-------+------+ Net sales dropped in 2015 mainly due to clearly lower sales volumes in Russia and the devaluation of the ruble. Sales increased and market share improved in North America. Sales were stable in the Nordic countries. In Other Europe sales increased slightly. Nokian Tyres summer tyre sales increased in all key markets. In 2015 the Average Selling Price in euros decreased due to currency rate devaluations. The share of winter tyres in the sales mix was 73% (79%). Overall sales mix development was positive, as the share of premium tyres in the winter segment increased and successful SUV tyre sales improved the summer tyre mix. Local price increases in Russia supported the ASP development. Minor price reductions have taken place in some countries, which reflect the tight competitive situation and reductions in material costs partly passing through to tyre prices. Raw material costs (€/kg) were down by 13.2% year-over-year, which together with improved productivity supported margins. Like in 2014, Nokian Tyres has again succeeded in the winter tyre tests with several car magazine victories globally. The new Nokian Tyres summer tyre range also won several car magazine tests in Central Europe in spring 2015. A constant flow of product launches with new innovations - improving safety, comfort and ecological driving - have supported the brand image and price position of Nokian Tyres. In 2015 capacity was not fully utilized, and production output (pcs) decreased by 7%. Productivity (kg/mh) improved by 5% year-over-year. In 2015, 81% (80%) of Nokian car tyres (pcs) were manufactured in the Russian factory. Heavy Tyres +-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+| |10-12|10-12|Change|2015 |2014 |Change|| |/15 |/14 |% | | |% |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|Net sales, M€ |41.8 |41.0 |1.9 |155.3|149.1|4.2 |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|Operating profit,|6.7 |7.8 |-14.1 |28.7 |24.6 |16.9 ||M€ | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|Operating profit,|15.9 |18.9 | |18.5 |16.5 | ||% | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|RONA, % | | | |28.9 |22.9 | ||(roll. 12 m.) | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+ Demand remained at a good level in the western markets in most of Nokian Heavy Tyres’ core product groups. The delivery capacity improved year-over-year, resulting in higher net sales. Forestry tyre sales remained on a good level and other product groups developed moderately. North America showed the strongest sales growth and the outlook for the start of the year is good. Also the Nordic countries and Other Europe showed growth. Weak economies and currency devaluations against the euro weakened Russia and CIS sales. The Average Selling Price decreased slightly year-over-year due to a challenging pricing environment and a bigger share of OE sales. Operating profit, however, improved clearly on the back of increased sales volumes and reduced fixed costs. Margins were supported by lower raw material costs and productivity improvement. Continuous investments to production and new products increased production output (tonnes) in 2015 9% year-over-year. Vianor Equity-owned operations +-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+| |10-12|10-12|Change|2015 |2014 |Change|| |/15 |/14 |% | | |% |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|Net sales, M€ |119.4|117.5|1.6 |327.6|314.8|4.1 |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|Operating result,|11.1 |13.1 |-15.7 |-1.9 |2.1 |-189.2||M€ | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|Operating result,|9.3 |11.2 | |-0.6 |0.7 | ||% | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+|RONA, % | | | |-1.0 |1.2 | ||(roll. 12 m.) | | | | | | |+-----------------+-----+-----+------+-----+-----+------+ At the end of the review period Vianor had 198 (189) equity-owned stores in Finland, Sweden, Norway, USA, Switzerland and Russia. Net sales grew in the Nordic countries, Norway showing the strongest development. Car tyre sales increased, whereas truck tyre sales decreased slightly. Heavy tyre sales was flat. Service sales increased by 6%, including growth of 8.5% in car service sales. Retail sales formed 51% of Vianor’s total sales. As the season did not start properly during Q4, operating result decreased compared to 2014. The gradual change in the operating model from tyre sales to full car service in the stores continues with investments and local acquisitions of car service shops. At the end of the year 2015 a total of 64 car service operations have been acquired and integrated with existing Vianor stores in the Nordic countries. Franchising and partner operations Vianor expanded the retail network in Nokian Tyres’ key markets by 120 stores during 2015. At the end of the year the Vianor network comprised in total 1,475 stores, of which 1,277 were partners. Vianor operates in 26 countries; most extensively in the Nordic countries, Russia and Ukraine. Expanding the partner franchise network will continue. A softer partner model, Nokian Tyres Authorized Dealers (NAD), expanded in the review period by 370 stores and totals 1,239 stores under contract in 19 European countries and China. N-Tyre, a new Nokian Tyres partner network, is operating with 102 stores in Russia and CIS. SPECIAL REVIEWS Russia and the CIS countries 2015 Nokian Tyres’ sales in Russia decreased year-over-year by 34.8% to EUR 237.0 million (363.4). Sales in the CIS countries (excluding Russia) were EUR 18.1 million (23.2). Consolidated sales in Russia and CIS decreased by 34.0% to EUR 255.1 million (386.7). Sales volume in Russia decreased clearly compared to the previous year. Nokian Tyres’ market share in winter tyres on the sell-in level (distributor sales) somewhat decreased in Russia measured in sales volume due to consumers’ shift towards cheaper segments and brands driven by the weak purchasing power as well as aggressive pricing of some competitors. Nokian Tyres’ market share on the sell-out level (consumer sales) is estimated to remain intact. The sales value decreased clearly also due to the ruble devaluation against the euro. Double-digit price increases in rubles were made in early 2015, but this does not fully compensate for the impact of the currency devaluation. However, Nokian Tyres’ product mix and ASP in the local currency clearly improved due to the restructuring of the winter tyre range and the launch of new SUV models in the B segment. The sell-out of winter tyres in the 2015 season (in the overall market, including Nokian Tyres products) was very weak due to the lack of proper winter season in most regions of Russia. This resulted some carry-over stocks of winter tyres in distribution, which will negatively affect further sell-in for 2016 season. At the same time, Nokian Tyres maintained its market leader position in the premium segment. The company also became the market leader in summer tyres in both A and B segments. The biggest growth categories for Nokian Tyres in summer tyres were SUV, UHP (ultra-high performance) and other high value-added product lines. Nokian Tyres factory in Vsevolozhsk playes a very important role in the Group’s supply chain. In the review period 67% of the Russian factory’s production output was exported, mostly to Central Europe and North America. This supports the company’s margins, as production costs are mainly in rubles and sales mainly in euros and dollars. OTHER MATTERS 1. Stock options on the Nasdaq Helsinki Stock Exchange The total number of stock options 2010B was 1,340,000. Each stock option 2010B entitled its holder to subscribe for one Nokian Tyres plc share. The shares were subscribed with the stock options 2010B during the period 1 May 2013 - 31 May 2015. The total number of stock options 2010C is 1,340,000. Each stock option 2010C entitles its holder to subscribe for one Nokian Tyres plc share. The shares can be subscribed with the stock options 2010C during the period 1 May 2014 - 31 May 2016. The present share subscription price with stock options 2010C is EUR 30.95/share. The dividends payable annually are deducted from the share subscription price. The total number of stock options 2013A is 1,150,000. Each stock option 2013A entitles its holder to subscribe for one Nokian Tyres plc share. The shares can be subscribed with the stock options 2013A during the period 1 May 2015 - 31 May 2017. The present share subscription price with stock options 2013A is EUR 29.36/share. The dividends payable annually are deducted from the share subscription price. 2. Authorizations In 2012 the Annual General Meeting authorized the Board of Directors to make a decision to offer no more than 25,000,000 shares through a share issue. The authorization is effective for five years from that decision.  3. Own shares No share repurchases were made in the review period, and the company did not possess any own shares on 31 December 2015. Nokian Tyres has entered into an agreement with a third-party service provider concerning the share-based incentive program for key personnel. The third party owns the shares until the shares are given to the participants within the program. In accordance with IFRS these repurchased 300,000 shares have been reported as treasury shares in the Consolidated Statement of Financial Position. This number of shares corresponds to 0.2% of the total shares and voting rights of the company. 4. Trading in shares The Nokian Tyres’ share price was EUR 33.10 (20.29) at the end of the review period. The volume weighted average share price during the period was EUR 28.06 (26.74), the highest EUR 37.57 (36.19) and the lowest EUR 19.23 (18.82). A total of 195,229,321 shares were traded in Nasdaq Helsinki during the period (216,446,904), representing 145% (162%) of the company's overall share capital. A total of 83,198,786 shares were traded in Chi-X during the period. The company’s market capitalization at the end of the period was EUR 4.458 billion (2.708 billion).The company had 38,304 (50,142) shareholders. The percentage of Finnish shareholders was 27.5% (39.1%) and 72.5% (60.9%) were foreign shareholders registered in the nominee register. This figure includes Bridgestone's holding of approximately 14.9%. 5. Changes in ownership Nokian Tyres has received an announcement from The Capital Group Companies Inc. on 23 February 2015, according to which the total holding of The Capital Group Companies Inc. in Nokian Tyres plc fell below 5 percent as a result of a share transaction concluded on 20 February 2015. Nokian Tyres has received an announcement from The Capital Group Companies Inc. on 15 September 2015, according to which the holdings of the mutual funds managed by The Capital Group Companies Inc exceeded level of 5% of the share capital in Nokian Tyres plc, as a result of a share transaction concluded on 14 September 2015. Nokian Tyres has received an announcement from Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company on 27 May 2015, according to which the total holding of Varma in Nokian Tyres plc fell below 5 percent as a result of a share transaction concluded on 26 May 2015. Nokian Tyres has received announcements from BlackRock, Inc. on 23 March 2015, on 15 September 2015, on 8 December 2015, on 23 December 2015 and on 30 December 2015, according to which the holdings of the mutual funds managed by BlackRock exceeded 5% of the share capital in Nokian Tyres plc, as a result of share transactions concluded on 20 March 2015, on 14 September 2015, on 7 December 2015, on 22 December 2015 and on 29 December 2015. Nokian Tyres has received announcements from BlackRock, Inc. on 20 August 2015, on 19 November 2015, on 9 December 2015, on 28 December 2015 and on 31 December 2015, according to which the holdings of the mutual funds managed by BlackRock fell below level of 5% of the share capital in Nokian Tyres plc, as a result of a share transactions concluded on 19 August 2015, on 18 November 2015, on 8 December 2015, on 24 December 2015 and on 30 December 2015.  More detailed information on flaggings can be found at http://www.nokiantyres.com/company/investors/share/flagging-notifications/ (http://www.nokiantyres.com/company/investors/share/flagging-notifications/). 6. Decisions made at the Annual General Meeting On 8 April 2015, the Annual General Meeting of Nokian Tyres approved the financial statements for 2014 and discharged the Board of Directors and the President and CEO from liability. 6.1 Dividend The meeting decided that a dividend of EUR 1.45 per share be paid for the period ending on 31 December 2014. It was decided to pay the dividend to shareholders included in the shareholder list maintained by Euroclear Finland Ltd on the record date of 10 April 2015. The dividend payment date was 23 April 2015. 6.2. Members of the Board of Directors and Auditor The meeting decided that the Board of Directors has six members. Existing members Hille Korhonen, Raimo Lind, Inka Mero, Hannu Penttilä and Petteri Walldén were elected to continue on the Board of Directors. Mr Tapio Kuula was elected as a new member of the Board. Authorised public accountants KPMG Oy Ab continue as auditors. 6.3. Remuneration of the Members of the Board of Directors unchanged The meeting decided that the fee paid to the Chairman of the Board is EUR 80,000 per year, while that paid to Board members is set at EUR 40,000 per year. Members of the Board are also granted a fee of EUR 600 for every Board meeting and Committee meeting attended. In accordance with current practice, 50% of the annual fee is paid in cash and 50% in company shares. It was decided, that in the period 9 April to 30 April 2015, EUR 40,000 worth of Nokian Tyres plc shares be purchased on the stock exchange on behalf of the Chairman of the Board and EUR 20,000 worth of shares on behalf of each Board member. This means that the final remuneration paid to Board members is tied to the company’s share performance. 7. Chairman of the Board and Committees of the Board of Directors In the Board meeting on 8 April 2015 Petteri Walldén was elected chairman of the Board. The members of the Nomination and Remuneration committee are Petteri Walldén (chairman), Hille Korhonen and Hannu Penttilä. The members of the Audit committee are Raimo Lind (chairman), Inka Mero and Tapio Kuula. 8. Corporate social responsibility Nokian Tyres published its Corporate Sustainability Report in March 2015. The report, implemented in accordance with the revised GRI G4 guidelines, has been published as a web version at www.nokiantyres.com/company/sustainability. Product safety and quality, as well as profitable growth, good HR management, and environmental issues are important for the development of sustainable business operations in Nokian Tyres. Nokian Tyres plc is included in the OMX GES Sustainability Finland GI index. The index is designed to provide investors with a liquid, objective and reliable benchmark for responsible investment. The benchmark index comprises of the 40 leading Nasdaq Helsinki listed companies in terms of sustainability. The index criteria are based on international guidelines for environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. The index is calculated by Nasdaq in cooperation with GES Investment Services. Nokian Tyres gets good grades for corporate responsibility Nokian Tyres received consistently good results in the global Dow Jones Sustainability Index. The Dow Jones Sustainability Index is the world's most respected comparison of large companies in terms of corporate responsibility. Every year, the 3,400 largest listed companies in the world, representing dozens of different sectors, are invited to participate. The evaluations reviews the corporate responsibility of the companies' operations from 18 different perspectives including environmental affairs, human rights, accountability in the procurement chain, and safety in the workplace. In the 2015 evaluation, Nokian Tyres was graded above average for its sector in all of the 18 sub-areas. The evaluation is carried out by a Swiss company named RobecoSam. 9. Board of Adjustment annulled the reassessment decision against Nokian Tyres plc concerning tax years 2007-2010 On 7 April 2015 Nokian Tyres announced that the Board of Adjustment had annulled the reassessment decision from the Tax Administration, and that the Company would return the 2007-2010 total additional taxes of EUR 100.3 million in full to the financial statement and result for the first quarter of 2015. 10. Nokian Tyres plc’s share bonus scheme 2015 and actual performance in 2013-2014 On 29 May 2015 Nokian Tyres announced that the targets set for the 2013-2014 earnings periods in the share based incentive plan were not met. As a result, no share bonus has been paid to the key employees for the years 2013-2014. Bonuses for the 2015 performance period will be paid partly in Company shares and partly in cash in 2017. The rewards to be paid on the basis of the 2015 performance period correspond to a maximum of some 160,000 Nokian Tyres plc shares, including the portion to be paid in cash. The target group for the scheme comprises approximately 40 people. 11. Nokian Tyres introduced new winter products for Central Europe On 16 February 2015 Nokian Tyres announced that it is adding five new tyres to its product selection for varying Central European winter weather. The new Nokian WR D4 passenger car tyre, the Nokian WR C3 for versatile use on vans, and the Nokian Weatherproof product family that demonstrates the All-Weather concept, improve the company’s competitive strength especially in Central Europe. Central Europe is the world's largest market area for winter tyres. Approximately 70 million winter tyres were sold in 2014 and the winter tyre segment is growing faster than the overall market. As the tyre markets expand and winter tyre legislation becomes more common, Central Europe has become one of Nokian Tyres' most important areas for growth. 12. The launch of world's first AA class winter tyre in terms of wet grip and fuel efficiency On 12 May 2015 Nokian Tyres announced that it will in the autumn of 2015 offer European SUV drivers the world’s first winter tyre that achieves the best possible class A in wet grip and fuel efficiency for the EU tyre label. The revolutionary Nokian WR SUV 3 winter tyre, in size 265/50 R19 V, can reduce braking distances by up to 18 meters on wet roads and save fuel by up to 0.6 l/100 km.13. Voluntary tender offer of Nokian Tyres EUR 150,000,000 3.25 percent notes due 2017 On 28 August 2015 Nokian Tyres announced a voluntary cash tender offer for noteholders holding its EUR 150,000,000 3.25 percent senior unsecured notes issued on 19 July 2012 (FI4000046370). The approximate nominal amount of notes tendered under the tender offer was EUR 75,000,000.The Offer Period expired at 4.00 p.m. EET on 8 September 2015. The aggregate principal amount of Notes validly offered for purchase by Noteholders was EUR 62,300,000 representing 41.53 percent of the aggregate amount of all the Notes. The Purchase Price was EUR 104,400 per each EUR 100,000 nominal amount of the Notes which, together with Accrued Interest of EUR 772.54 (0.7725 percent) per each EUR 100,000 nominal amount of the Notes, was payable by Nokian Tyres plc to the relevant Noteholders. The settlement occured on 14 September 2015. 14. Statutory negotiations at Nokian Tyres’ Finnish factory ended The statutory negotiations concerning workers and staff in car tyre production and administration at Nokian Tyres’ Finnish factory ended on 28 September 2015. Adjustments to production capacity utilization as well as cost savings will be achieved by reducing 122 people. Statutory negotiations concerned a total of 900 people. 15. Changes in operational structure and management team On 20 October 2015 Nokia Tyres announced that it will change its operational structure and responsibilities in the management team to strengthen the company's product and innovation leadership, end-to-end supply operations and sales and distribution management which have been the core of Nokian Tyres' success. In the new management structure the former operations of Passenger car tyres will be disintegrated and reorganized in a following way: product management, R&D and sales functions will report directly to CEO. Procurement, demand and supply management together with logistics and customer service functions will be part of new Supply Operations unit. In the financial reporting Passenger car tyres will continue to be separately reported like Vianor and Nokian Heavy Tyres. Other operations will continue as earlier without any changes in operative mode reporting to CEO. 16. Capital Markets Day 2015: Back to profitable growth, Financial targets and dividend policy set for 2016-2018 On 17 November Nokian Tyres hosted Capital Markets Day for investors and analysts in Helsinki, Finland. The event focused on Nokian Tyres’ strategy and financial targets for 2016-2018. All CMD materials can be found at http://www.nokiantyres.com/cmd/. Nokian Tyres’ financial targets for 2016-2018: grow faster than the market with healthy profitability. With the November 2015 market outlook this would result to minimum 4-5% average annual sales growth for the period 2016-2018. Company targets to maintain its industry leading operating profit level of minimum 22%. Nokian Tyres’ dividend policy for 2016-2018: company’s target is to provide steady or higher absolute dividend per share throughout 2016-2018 (despite the investments in the third factory). Company targets to distribute at least 50% of net profits in dividends. 17. Nokian Tyres received EUR 87 million additional payable tax in Finland regarding years 2007-2010; the company will make a complaint against the decision On 15 December 2015 Nokian Tyres announced that it has received a renewed reassessment decision from the Tax Administration, according to which the Company is obliged to pay EUR 87 million additional taxes with punitive tax increases and interests concerning tax years 2007-2010. Payment must be made in January 2016. The total sum demanded by the tax authorities was EUR 87 million, of which EUR 55 million additional taxes and EUR 32 million punitive tax increases and interests. Company considers the decision unfounded and appeals against it by leaving the claim to the Board of Adjustment. MATTERS AFTER THE REVIEW PERIOD 18. Nokian Tyres participating in UN Global Compact initiative On 11 January 2016 Nokian Tyres announced that it has signed the United Nations' Global Compact initiative and is registered as a supporting member of the initiative as of December 23, 2015. Signing the initiative further strengthens the Group's commitment to profitable business and responsible methods.19. Nokian Tyres: Disclosure under chapter 9, section 10 of the securities market actNokian Tyres has received announcements from BlackRock, Inc. on 11 January 2016, on 15 January 2016 and 22 January 2016, according to which the holdings of the mutual funds managed by BlackRock exceeded level of 5% of the share capital in Nokian Tyres plc, as a result of a share transactions concluded on 8 January 2016, on 14 January 2016 and on 21 January 2016.Nokian Tyres has received announcements from BlackRock, Inc. on 14 January 2016, on 21 January 2016 and on 25 January 2016, according to which the holdings of the mutual funds managed by BlackRock fell below level of 5% of the share capital in Nokian Tyres plc, as a result of share transactions concluded on 13 January 2016, on 20 January 2016 and on 22 January 2016.More detailed information on flaggings can be found at http://www.nokiantyres.com/company/investors/share/flagging-notifications/ (http://www.nokiantyres.com/company/investors/share/flagging-notifications/). 20. Changes in operational structure and management team On 20 January 2016 Nokian Tyres announced that it is going to change its operational structure and responsibilities in the management team to strengthen the Company's further expansion, and to improve the distribution and the development and harmonization of processes. Nokian Tyres’ Management team as of 1 April 2016Ari Lehtoranta, President and CEOAlexej von Bagh, Process DevelopmentEsa Eronen, Supply OperationsTeppo Huovila, Quality, Sustainability and ICTAnna Hyvönen, Vianor and Partner DistributionAnne Leskelä, Finance & IRVille Nurmi, Human ResourcesAndrei Pantioukhov, Executive Vice President, General Manager of Russian OperationsJuha Pirhonen, Research and DevelopmentManu Salmi, Heavy TyresPontus Stenberg, SalesAntti-Jussi Tähtinen, Marketing and Communications RISKS, UNCERTAINTY AND DISPUTES IN THE NEAR FUTURE Growth in Russia is expected to be negative with full year 2016 GDP decline in the range 0.3…3% due to the low oil price, high interest rates, slow investments, and sanctions followed the Ukraine crisis. An escalation of the Ukraine crisis could cause serious disruption, additional trade barriers and a further slowdown of economic development in Russia, CIS and Finland. All in all the uncertainties may weaken future demand for tyres and increase credit risk. The company’s receivables remained at the previous year’s level. Tyre inventories are on the planned level. The company follows the development of NWC very closely. At the end of the review period Russian trade receivables accounted for 31% (33%) of the Group’s total trade receivables. Around 40% of the Group’s net sales in 2016 are estimated to be generated from Euro-denominated sales. The most important sales currencies in addition to the euro are the Russian ruble, the Swedish and Norwegian krona, and the US and Canadian dollar. Nokian Tyres’ other risks and uncertainty factors relate to the challenging pricing environment for tyres. If raw material prices rise, maintaining profitability depends on the company’s ability to raise tyre prices in line with increasing raw material costs. More detailed information relating to risks can be found at http://www.nokiantyres.com/annual-reports, Financial review 2014, pages 40-45 and 63-64. Tax disputes Nokian Tyres Group has pending disputes with the Finnish Tax Administration that are described in the section “Tax rate” earlier in this report. OUTLOOK FOR 2016 The global economy is estimated to pick up in 2016. The key issues influencing the global outlook: the gradual slowdown and rebalancing of economic activity in China, lower prices for energy and other commodities and a gradual tightening in monetary policy in the USA. Despite the anticipated improvement, the pace of the recovery is forecast to remain below pre-crisis levels. The USA continues still to be the growth engine. Also Europe is recovering. The global GDP is estimated to grow by 3.5% in 2016. The GDP growth estimates for Nordic countries are +0.5% – 3.8% and for Europe (including Nordics) +1.7%. The GDP in USA is estimated to grow by 2.7%. In Russia the GDP is expected to further decline between 0.3% and 3% depending on the scenario. In 2016 market demand for replacement car tyres is expected to show growth in Central Europe, North America and the Nordic countries. In Russia and CIS the overall uncertainty will decrease tyre demand in 2016.  The company’s replacement tyre market position (sell-in) is expected to improve in 2016 in all key markets. In Russia the company expects to retain its market leader position in the A + B segments. Raw material cost is estimated to decrease around 5% in 2016 versus 2015. The pricing environment for 2016 remains tight for all tyre categories. Nokian Tyres continues to have competitive advantages from having manufacturing inside Russia. About 67% of the Russian production was exported in 2015 and the margin between production costs in rubles and export sales in euros has improved along with the ruble devaluation. If there is an upturn in demand, Nokian Tyres’ car tyre production capacity in Russia offers an inbuilt capability to increase output rapidly without capex, to meet market growth. Demand in Nokian Heavy Tyres’ core products is estimated to remain healthy. Nokian Heavy Tyres’ delivery capability has improved, therefore the sales and EBIT are expected to remain on a good level in 2016. Vianor (equity-owned) is expected to increase sales, to develop the service business further and to show a positive operating result in full year 2016. Vianor (partners) and other Nokian Tyres’ partner networks, like Nokian Tyres Authorized Dealers (NAD) and N-Tyre network, will continue expanding. Nokian Tyres’ estimate for total investments in 2016 is EUR 130 million (102). The competitiveness of the Nokian Tyres product offering is very strong. A strong position in the core markets, investments in growth markets, an expanding distribution channel, and an improved cost structure combined with competitive products give Nokian Tyres opportunities to strengthen its position  and to provide healthy margins and a strong cash flow also in 2016. Financial guidanceIn 2016, with current exchange rates, net sales and operating profit are to remain at the same level compared to 2015. The proposal for the use of profits by the Board of Directors The distributable funds in the Parent company total EUR 575.6 million. The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that the distributable funds be used as follows: A dividend of 1.50 EUR/sharebe paid out, totaling EUR 202.0 millionretained in equity EUR 373.6 millionTotal EUR 575.6 million No material changes have taken place in the financial position of the company since the end of the financial year. The liquidity of the company is good, and the proposed distribution of profits does not compromise the financial standing of the company, as perceived by the Board of Directors. Nokia, 5 February 2016 Nokian Tyres plc Board of Directors *** The above-said information contains forward-looking statements relating to future events or future financial performance of the company. In some cases, such forward-looking statements can be identified by terminology such as ”may”, ”will”, ”could”, ”expect”, ”anticipate”, ”believe” ”estimate”, ”predict”, or other comparable terminology. Such statements are based on the current expectations, known factors, decisions and plans of the management of Nokian Tyres. Forward-looking statements involve always risks and uncertainties, because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that may or may not occur in the future. Future results may thus vary even significantly from the results expressed in, or implied by, the forward-looking statements.  Please read the whole report from http://www.nokiantyres.com/company/investors/  or from the annex. Nokian Tyres plc Antti-Jussi Tähtinen, Vice President, Marketing and Communications Further information: Mr. Ari Lehtoranta, President and CEO, tel: +358 10 401 7733 Distribution: Nasdaq Helsinki, media, www.nokiantyres.com ***** Annual General Meeting 2016 The Annual General Meeting of Nokian Tyres plc will be held on 12 April 2016. The Annual Report, including the company’s annual accounts, the Report of the Board of Directors and the Auditors Report is available on the company’s website no later than week 12, 2016. Read more at www.nokiantyres.com/annualgeneralmeeting2016 ***** Nokian Tyres Financial Statement Bulletin 2015 was published on 5 February, 2016 at 8.00 a.m. Finnish time. The result presentation for analysts and media will be held in Hotel Kämp in Helsinki at 10.00 a.m. Finnish time. The presentation can be listened through audiocast via internet at  (http://www.nokiantyres.com/Resultinfo2007) www.nokiantyres.com/resultinfo-Q4-2015 To be able to ask questions during the event you can participate in the conference call. Please dial in 5-10 minutes before the beginning of the event: FI: +358 9 8171 0495UK: +44 20 3194 0552US: +1 8557161597 Stock exchange release and presentation material will be available before the event from http://www.nokiantyres.com/ir-calendar After the event the audio recording can be downloaded from the same page. Nokian Tyres Interim Report 1-3/2016 will be published on 4 May, 2016. Releases and company information will be found from http://www.nokiantyres.com

Volvo Group – the fourth quarter and full year 2015

THE FOURTH QUARTER 2015 · In the fourth quarter net sales increased by 3% to SEK 79.6 billion (77.5). Adjusted for currency movements and acquired and divested units sales decreased by 1%. · Operating income amounted to SEK 5,382 M (-1,429) excluding restructuring charges of SEK 871 M (830). Currency movements had a positive impact of SEK 1,201 M. · Operating income includes a positive impact from an arbitration case of SEK 809 M. The fourth quarter of 2014 was negatively impacted by provisions of SEK 3,790 M relating to the EU antitrust case and SEK 660 M for credit losses in China. Adjusted for these three items operating income excluding restructuring charges amounted to SEK 4,573 M (3,021) corresponding to an operating margin of 5.7% (3.9). · Operating cash flow in the Industrial Operations amounted to SEK 14.7 billion (10.6). THE FULL YEAR 2015 · For the full year 2015 net sales increased by 10% to SEK 312.5 billion (282.9). · Operating income amounted to SEK 25,652 M (8,393) excluding restructuring charges of SEK 2,333 M (2,569). · The operating margin excluding restructuring charges amounted to 8.2% (3.0). · Operating cash flow in the Industrial Operations amounted to SEK 18.3 billion (6.4). · The Board of Directors’ proposes a dividend of SEK 3.00 per share (3.00) For a PDF version of the report, please click here: Volvo Group Q4 2015 PDF (http://www3.volvo.com/investors/finrep/interim/2015/q4/q4_2015_eng.pdf) For image download: http://images.volvogroup.com/latelogin.jspx?recordsWithCatalogName=ab+volvo:6658 Press and Analyst Conference. An on-line presentation of the report, followed by a question-and-answer session will be webcast starting at 9.00 CET. More information under Interim Reports on www.volvogroup.com (http://www.volvogroup.com/GROUP/GLOBAL/EN-GB/INVESTORS/REPORTS/INTERIM_REPORTS/Pages/interim_reports.aspx)  Aktiebolaget Volvo (publ) 556012-5790                             Contacts Investor Relations:Investor Relations, VHQ                                                     Christer Johansson         +46 31 66 13 34SE-405 08 Göteborg, Sweden                                              Anders Christensson       +46 31 66 11 91Tel +46 31 66 00 00                                                              Anna Sikström                 +46 31 66 13 36www.volvogroup.com (http://www.volvogroup.com/)                                                            John Hartwell                  +1 201 252 8844 For more stories from the Volvo Group, please visit http://www.volvogroup.com/globalnews. 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 19 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. In 2014 the Volvo Group’s sale amounted to about SEK 283 billion (EUR 31 billion). The Volvo Group is a publicly-held company headquartered in Göteborg, Sweden. Volvo shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more information, please visit www.volvogroup.com or www.volvogroup.mobi if you are using your mobile phone. AB Volvo (publ) may be 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 7.20 a.m. February 5, 2016.

Tradedoubler year-end report January - December 2015

THE FOURTH QUARTER OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2015 · Net sales amounted to SEK 400 M (452). Net sales excluding change related items were SEK 400 M (462), a decrease of 14% or 16% adjusted for changes in exchange rates. · Gross profit excluding change related items was SEK 85 M (96), a decrease of 12% or 13% adjusted for changes in FX rates. Gross margin excluding change related items increased to 21.2% (20.8%). · Operating costs excluding depreciation and change related items were SEK 90 M (85). This was an increase of 7% or 4% adjusted for changes in exchange rates. · EBITDA amounted to SEK -17 M (-2). Excluding change related items EBITDA was SEK -6 M (12). · Capitalised expenses were SEK 11 M (7). The increase was due to product development which was in line with strategy. · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 52 M (-22) and the sum of cash and interest-bearing financial assets was SEK 347 M (372) at the end of 2015. Net cash in the fourth quarter increased by SEK 36 M, partly due to temporary effects, to SEK 100 M. · A writedown of SEK -72 M (-60) in goodwill was incurred, mainly related to France. Goodwill at year-end was SEK 246 M (324). · Earnings per share, before and after dilution were SEK -3.33 (-1.79). · As previously communicated, the loss of a major international client reduced net sales in 2015. This had a significant impact on  revenue and gross profit during the third and fourth quarter. Excluding this client the trend of the year-on-year gross profit decline in Tradedoubler’s core business improved and was smaller compared to recent quarters. · As part of ongoing efficiency improvements Tradedoubler announced a reduction of permanent staff by around ten employees. · Tomas Ljunglöf, CFO of Tradedoubler, has resigned and will leave the company at the latest in August 2016. · In March 2015 the media company Reworld Media S.A., headquartered in Paris (France) acquired 19.1% of Tradedoubler’s shares. In December 2015 Reworld Media S.A. agreed to acquire additional shares from Henrik Kvick AB and now owns 29.95% of Tradedoubler.  THE FULL YEAR 2015 · Net sales were SEK 1,624 M (1,733). Net sales excluding change related items amounted to SEK 1,629 M (1,743) a decrease of 7% or 12% adjusted for changes in exchange rates.   · Gross profit excluding change related items was SEK 336 M (379), a decrease of 11% or 17% adjusted for changes in exchange rates. Gross margin excluding change related items declined to 20.7% (21.7) mainly due to price pressure within affiliate. · Operating costs, excluding depreciation and change related items, were SEK 348 M (339). This was an increase of 3% or a decrease of 2% adjusted for changes in exchange rates. · EBITDA amounted to SEK -36 M (20). EBITDA adjusted for change related items was SEK -11 M (39). · Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 15 M (-110). · Earnings per share, before and after dilution, were SEK -4.48 (-1.95). · In January 2015 Tradedoubler finalised its Nordic regional structure and closed its office in Norway with limited one off costs. · Also in January Tradedoubler acquired the German technology company Adnologies with limited financial effects. · A new share issue of 3,120,000 C-shares relating to a long-term incentive programme for management was conducted. · The Board proposes that no dividend should be declared for 2015. No dividend was declared for 2014. CEO MATTHIAS STADELMEYER’S COMMENTS ON THE FOURTH QUARTER OF 2015 “In the fourth quarter the underlying gross profit trend in our core business, Performance Marketing, improved versus the year-on-year trend of the previous quarters. Gross profit grew in several markets and we are at the same time working on the challenges in France and Switzerland with first positive signs. Our enhanced Performance Marketing solution focuses on bringing targeted new customers to our clients’ businesses. We released an initial offering in Germany and the UK during the fourth quarter and will have a market launch of a more sophisticated and scalable version in the second quarter 2016. Other recent product launches are gaining traction with clients and delivering results. These include Cookieless Tracking, which tracks sales even where a cookie is not present, ensuring that our publishers are rewarded for more of the sales they gene-rate. User Journey Reporting gives our clients new under-standing of the complete online journeys of their customers.  Coupled with  ADAPT, our leading business intelligence tool, these are the tools that clients need to make sense of complex data and optimise their performance marketing. We are exploring new ways of integrating with partners and in January we announced a partnership with Payoneer, a leading international online payment company, that enables us to make publisher payments in local currency, Euros or US$ in 200 countries. This simplifies the publisher payment process and strengthens our global capabilities. During 2015 we strengthened our sales and business development teams with some new senior-level hires. In January this year we streamlined the Group Management Team to ensure focus on key priorities, including new initiatives to maximise gross profit, increase efficiency and roll out new solutions. Our programme of customer-focused product launches, coupled with a streamlined and more efficient management structure, mean that we are well positioned to deliver an improved performance during 2016.” PresentationThis year-end report will be presented at a teleconference on the 5th of February 2016 at 10.00 a.m. CET. To follow the presentation, please dial (SE) +46 8 566 425 09, (UK) +44 203 008 98 13, (US) +1 855 831 59 47 or (FR) +33 170 721 541. The presentation may also be followed via webcast using the link:http://financials.tradedoubler.com/en-gb/investorrelations OtherTradedoubler discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Swedish Securities Markets Act. The information was released for publication on the 5th of February 2016 at 08.00 a.m. CET. Numerical data in brackets refers to the corresponding periods in 2014 unless otherwise stated. Rounding off differences may arise.

Year-End Report 2015

Kai Wärn, President and CEO:“The Group’s trend of improvement continued into the seasonally less important fourth quarter. Currency adjusted sales were 2% higher than prior year’s corresponding quarter. Husqvarna, Gardena and Construction divisions grew by 6%. The decline for Consumer Brands was 10% which reflects our ambitions to prioritize value before revenue. The normal seasonally generated operating loss, excluding items affecting comparability, was reduced to SEK -212m (-265) and the margin recovered to -3.7% (-5.0) despite unfavorable currency impact. The Accelerated Improvement Program continued to yield positive results, mainly related to further cost reductions. For the full year, the Group’s development was positive in several dimensions. Operating income was 27% higher and reached SEK 2,980m, excluding items affecting comparability, with all divisions contributing to the improvement. Operating cash flow increased to SEK 1,668m (1,425) and the net debt declined to SEK 6,375m (7,234). The Accelerated Improvement Program was successfully closed as of the end of 2015. In two years, the Group’s operating income has improved by 85% and the margin has recovered from 5.3 to 8.2%, excluding items affecting comparability, despite a dilution of more than 1 percentage point due to currency translation effects on net sales. Building on the success of the Accelerated Improvement Program and our strong improvement momentum, we aim to capture further cost reductions and efficiency improvements during 2016-17. The additional efficiency measures will focus on continued product cost out activities, reduction of indirect material and logistic costs, capacity adjustments in the supply chain and improved efficiency in terms of selling and administrative expenses. The challenge now is to maintain enough momentum to offset the currency head-wind in 2016, which is estimated to up to SEK -500m, as well as to fund new activities related to our profitable growth ambition. The challenge is especially pronounced in the first quarter when we expect half of the full-year currency impact to materialize. From a market point of view, we expect a stable to slightly higher demand in the preseason of 2016.” Fourth quarter 2015 · Net sales increased 2% to SEK 5,672 (5,323), adjusted for exchange rate effects. · Operating income improved to SEK -212m (-265), excluding items affecting comparability. · Operating income includes restructuring charges amounting to SEK -153m. Full-year 2015 · Net sales increased to SEK 36,170m (32,838), but decreased 1% adjusted for exchange rate effects. · Operating income increased 27% to SEK 2,980m (2,348), excluding items affecting comparability, corresponding to a margin of 8.2% (7.2). · Earnings per share after dilution rose to SEK 3.28 (1.43). · Net debt decreased to SEK 6,375m (7,234) and the net debt/equity ratio declined to 0.49 (0.60). · The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 1.65 per share (1.65). Telephone conferenceA combined press and telephone conference, hosted by Kai Wärn, President and CEO, and Jan Ytterberg, CFO, will be held at the Scandic Anglais Hotel, Humlegårdsgatan 23, Stockholm at 10:00 CET on February 5, 2016. To participate, please dial +46 (0) 8 5052 0110 (Sweden) or +44 (0)20 7162 0077 (UK) ten minutes prior to the start of the conference. The conference call will also be audio cast live on www.husqvarnagroup.com/ir (http://www.husqvarna.com/ir). A replay will be available later the same day.

Year-end report 2015

SBAB’s CEO, Klas Danielsson, comments: In 2015, we were highly successful in implementing our focus on residential mortgages and housing financing. Operations performed strongly with even more satisfied customers, increased volumes, strong margins and good profitability. We succeeded in this thanks to the incredible efforts over the year of my colleagues at SBAB. In 2016 and ahead, we will continue the process of making SBAB strong and competitive for the long term, focusing on contributing to better housing and improved housing finances. Sweden’s most satisfied residential mortgage customers, for the second consecutive yearOur strong performance in the first three quarters of the year continued in the fourth quarter. Our market shares in retail grew, both within lending and deposits. New lending and net growth in residential mortgages to private individuals reached an all-time high in the fourth quarter. In December, we found that we still have Sweden’s most satisfied residential mortgage customers according to Svenskt Kvalitetsindex (Swedish Quality Index, SKI) thanks to good ratings on service, simplicity, transparency, price and products. We are also successful on the corporate side. We were ranked second, a mere 0.1 units from first place. We contribute to better housing and improved housing financesWe are a company in constant change, with the desire and ambition to be innovative thinkers. Change is necessary to develop, further improve and increase satisfaction among our customers. We are continuing our strategic sustainability efforts, where innovative thinking is a central element, and we intend to offer our retail customers an energy app and a green direct loan in the first six months of 2016. A good example of our innovative thinking is the acquisition of Booli, one of Sweden’s largest housing sites with home-related search services. Booli helps us differentiate our position in the housing and residential mortgage market, reinforcing our customer offering and contributing to better housing and improved housing finances for our customers. A troubled housing marketThe situation in the Swedish housing market is worrying with a major housing shortage and soaring housing prices. In light of the severe increase in housing prices and the rapid increase in household indebtedness, we have grown more restrictive in granting credit this year, and we have introduced stricter amortisation rules. Nevertheless, our new lending has performed very well. There is a risk that falling housing prices, caused by potential overregulation intended to restrain lending to private individuals, combined with the increased capital requirements on banks that will enter into force in coming years, may reduce access to loans. We currently see a certain weakening in both the rise of housing prices and the demand for residential mortgages, although the very strong demand for additional housing persists and must be resolved. Flexibility in the housing market must be stimulated with changed taxation, and the construction of new homes must be accelerated and increased with the help of simplified regulations. New regulations and increasing capital requirementsNew regulations in the banking sector require resource-intensive adaptation efforts that affect our costs and growth prospects. We expect a number of new rules to be introduced in 2016–2019 that will entail increased capital requirements for lending. This means prioritising growth in that part of our lending where we can add most customer benefit and achieve the strongest customer relationships, which is under SBAB’s own brand. For this reason, in the fourth quarter, we terminated some of our mortgage brokering partnerships that used other companies’ brands. 2016For SBAB, 2015 was an incredible, record-breaking year. With strengthened market shares, good profitability and Sweden’s most satisfied residential mortgage customers under our belt, we will continue our journey in 2016 and do our utmost to further improve our customer offering and our conditions for long-term competitiveness and profitability. Fourth quarter 2015 (Third quarter 2015) · Lending increased to SEK 297.0 billion (284.0). · Deposits increased to a total of SEK 76.6 billion (71.5). · Operating profit increased to SEK 402 million (378). Excluding net income/expense from financial instruments and restructuring costs, it amounted to SEK 395 million (396). · Net interest income increased to SEK 647 million (603). · Expenses totalled SEK 235 million (176), of which restructuring costs accounted for SEK 17 million (0). · Loan losses amounted to SEK 11 million (3). · Return on equity was 10.7% (10.5), and 10.5% (11.1) excluding net income/expense from financial instruments and restructuring costs. · The Common Equity Tier 1 capital ratio, without transitional regulations, amounted to 28.6% (25.6). January–December 2015 (January–December 2014) · Operating profit totalled SEK 1,492 million (1,644). Excluding net income/expense from financial instruments and restructuring costs, it amounted to SEK 1,511 million (1,202). · Net interest income increased to SEK 2,442 million (2,111). · Expenses fell to SEK 809 million (1,008), of which restructuring costs accounted for SEK 20 million (178). · Loan losses amounted to SEK 40 million (gain: 30). · Return on equity was 10.2% (12.1), and 10.3% (9.0) excluding net income/expense from financial instruments and restructuring costs. · The Common Equity Tier 1 capital ratio, without transitional regulations, amounted to 28.6% (29.8). Download the full report: www.sbab.se/investor (https://www.sbab.se/1/in_english/investor_relations/sbab_group/financial_reports/sbab.html) For further information, please contact: Klas Danielsson, CEOTelephone: +46 8-614 43 01, klas.danielsson@sbab.se Mikael Inglander, CFO SBABTelephone: +46 8-614 43 28, mikael.inglander@sbab.se

Holmen’s year-end report 2015

Quarter Full yearSEKm 4-15 3-15 4-14 2015 2014Net sales 3 689 4 032 4 011 16 014 15 994Operating profit 376 493 472 1 700 1 734excl. items affecting comparabilityOperating profit -555 493 22 769 1 284Profit after tax 326 377 347 1 323 1 258excl. items affecting comparabilityProfit after tax -438 377 -4 559 907Return on capital employed, %* 5.7 7.3 7.0 6.4 6.4Return on equity, % -8.4 7.2 0.0 2.6        4.3Earnings per share, SEK -5.2 4.5 -0.1 6.7 10.8Cash flow before investments 775 654 414 2 526 2 176Debt/equity ratio 0.23 0.27 0.28 0.23 0.28 * Excluding items affecting comparability, which are included in operating profit at SEK -931 million (-450). · Operating profit for 2015 was SEK 1 700 million, excluding items affecting comparability (2014: SEK 1 734 million). Earnings were negatively affected by price decreases for printing paper and sawn timber, as well as a number of significant rebuilding and maintenance shutdowns. This was largely offset by a weaker Swedish krona, good production and cost rationalisations. · Compared with the third quarter, operating profit decreased by SEK 117 million to SEK 376 million as a result of a significant maintenance shutdown at Iggesund Mill. · Operating profit for 2015 after items affecting comparability amounted to SEK 769 million (1 284). Operating profit for the fourth quarter was negatively affected by SEK 931 million in items affecting comparability relating to impairment losses on non-current assets, provisions for costs and the effects of a fire. · Profit after tax for 2015 amounted to SEK 559 million (907), which corresponds to earnings per share of SEK 6.7 (10.8). Excluding items affecting comparability, profit after tax amounted to SEK 1 323 million (1 258) and earnings per share was SEK 15.8 (15.0). · The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 10.5 (10) per share. For further information please contact:Henrik Sjölund, President and CEO, tel. +46 8 666 21 05Anders Jernhall, EVP and CFO, tel. +46 8 666 21 22Ingela 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 5 February 2016 at 08.00 CET.

Transcom: Year-end report 2015

”The closure of our loss-making site in Colombia and the simplification of our regional and management structure will support margin improvements going forward.” Johan Eriksson, President & CEO Key highlights Q4 2015 · Organic growth was negative 4.1%. Transcom’s previously disclosed decision not to renew an agreement with an Italian public sector client had a negative 3.5% impact on growth in the quarter. · EBIT margin in Q4 2015 was 2.6% (5.8% in Q4 2014). EBIT margin excluding non-recurring items was 4.1% (5.8% in Q4 2014). · Profitability improved in the North America & Asia Pacific region, while we saw a negative development in the Iberia & Latam region. · As announced on January 18, 2016, we are closing our loss-making site in Colombia. A restructuring cost of €2.3 million has been recognized in the Q4 2015. Also, Transcom’s management structure will be simplified in order to improve efficiency. These actions will benefit margins in the years ahead. · Net debt/EBITDA 0.6, compared to 0.9 in Q4 2014. · The Board of Directors recommends a dividend for 2015 amounting to SEK 1.75 per share. Q4 2015 financial highlights · Net revenue €156.9 million, a 1.2% decrease compared to Q4 2014 (€158.7 million). Organic growth was negative 4.1%. · Gross margin excluding non-recurring items 20.3% compared to 21.9% in the same period 2014. · EBIT in Q4 2015 was €4.1 million (€9.2 million). EBIT excluding non-recurring items was €6.5 million compared to €9.2 million in Q4 2014. · EPS 1.0 Euro cents compared to 14.5 Euro cents in Q4 2014. EPS was impacted by a €2.5 million provision, related to a tax audit. YTD 2015 financial highlights · Net revenue €626.5 million, a 1.6% increase (€616.8 million). Organic growth was 0.5%. · Gross margin excluding non-recurring items 19.9% compared to 20.7% in the same period 2014. · EBIT was €20.0 million (€21.3 million).  EBIT excluding non-recurring items was €23.2 million (€21.3 million). · EPS 33.2 Euro cents compared to 26.4 Euro cents in the same period 2014. Comments from the President and CEO We are making progress towards our financial targets. The closure of our loss-making site in Colombia and the simplification of our regional and management structure will support margin improvements going forward. Organic growth decline in Q4 2015 Organic growth was negative 4.1% compared to Q4 2014. This was mainly due to Transcom’s decision not to bid for a renewed agreement with an Italian public sector client. From a full-year perspective, organic growth was +0.5%. 4.1% EBIT margin in Q4 2015, excluding non-recurring items Our EBIT margin in the quarter was 4.1%, excluding non-recurring items. As a result of the positive profitability trend, Transcom’s balance sheet is strong. At the end of 2015, our net debt/EBITDA ratio stood at 0.6, compared to 0.9 in December 2014. Transcom’s EBIT margin on a rolling 12-month basis, excluding non-recurring items, has steadily improved. The slight decline in the measure this quarter is due to the fact that Q4 last year was exceptionally strong, and that we saw a weaker development in the Iberia & Latam region. We are implementing a number of changes, described below, which will support our continued positive progression towards our mid-term financial targets, in particular in terms of improved EBIT, which is our most fundamental and prioritized target at the moment. Exiting Colombia, reviewing remaining Latin American business and streamlining management structure As announced on January 18, 2016, we have decided to close our loss-making contact center in Cali, Colombia and to evaluate strategic alternatives for our remaining Latin American business in Chile and Peru. Transcom is a marginal player in Latin America, and we have chosen to focus on other markets, where our potential for generating profitable growth is greater. Since 2013, Transcom has generated losses in Latin America totaling €15.6 million. Out of this amount, €4.7 million is attributable to Colombia. In 2015, revenue in Latin America amounted to €13.1 million, while losses totaled €3.7 million, €2.0 million of which refers to Colombia. Stopping these losses is a key priority in 2016. We have also announced a number of organizational changes, which will simplify our regional and management structure, focusing our resources on prioritized growth areas. Starting January 1, Transcom’s global business is managed within three operating units, in addition to the Latin American organization currently under review: North Europe, Continental Europe, and English-speaking markets & APAC. This reorganization will yield cost advantages as well as enhance the opportunity to drive standardization and efficiency across our global business. Annual cost savings to be realized are estimated at €2.9 million, and are expected to take full effect in the fourth quarter of 2016. Further efficiency gains in addition to these direct cost savings are expected to be realized in the coming years, supporting Transcom’s mid-term financial objectives. A non-recurring restructuring cost amounting to approximately €2.7 million, related to these organizational changes will be recorded in the first quarter of 2016. Starting in the Q1 2016 interim report, our segment reporting will reflect our new regional and management structure. We will release pro forma comparable figures before the publication of Q1 2016 results. Important focus areas for Transcom in the coming years are to ensure that we have efficient and effective regional and corporate functions, that our sites deliver superior performance through operational excellence, that we excel in contract and account management, and that we win long-term profitable business in line with Transcom’s commercial and operational set-up. Johan Eriksson, President and CEO of Transcom The interim report is also available for download on www.transcom.com Results Conference Call and Webcast Transcom will host a conference call at 10:30am CET (09:30am UK time) on Friday, February 5, 2016. The conference call will be held in English and will also be available as webcast on Transcom’s website, www.transcom.com. Dial-in information To ensure that you are connected to the conference call, please dial in a few minutes before the start in order to register your attendance. No pass code is required. Sweden: +46 8 505 564 74 UK: +44 203 364 5374 US: +1 855 753 2230 For a replay of the results conference call, please visit www.transcom.com to view the recorded webcast of the event. -------------------- Transcom WorldWide AB (publ) discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on February 5, 2016 at 08:00 AM CET. For further information please contact: Johan Eriksson, President and CEO              +46 70 776 80 22 Ulrik Englund, CFO                                                     +46 70 286 85 92        Stefan Pettersson, Head of Group Communications  +46 70 776 80 88

Year-end Report 2015

OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2015 (FOURTH QUARTER) ·Net sales amounted to SEK 352 million (228). ·EBITDA amounted to SEK 27 million (21) before non-recurring items ·Operating profit, EBIT, amounted to SEK 21 million (17) before non-recurring items. ·Non-recurring items affected operating profit positively by SEK 2 million (-). ·Profit for the period was SEK 16 million (25). ·Earnings per share before and after dilution amounted to SEK 0.57 (1.08). ·Cash flow from continuing operations amounted to SEK 20 million (15). JANUARY-DECEMBER 2015 (FULL-YEAR) ·Net sales amounted to SEK 1,174 million (920). ·EBITDA amounted to SEK 87 million (78) before non-recurring items. ·Operating profit, EBIT, amounted to SEK 68 million (64) before non-recurring items. ·Non-recurring items burdened the operating profit in the amount of SEK 20 million (negative 3). ·Profit for the period was SEK 66 million (63). ·Earnings per share before and after dilution amounted to SEK 2.71 (2.75). ·Cash flow from continuing operations amounted to SEK 87 million (56). ·A dividend of SEK 1.10 per share (1.10) is proposed for the 2015 financial year. Comment by the CEO The single most important event in 2015, and one of the most important in recent years, was the acquisition of Urtekram of Denmark, today our largest brand. The acquisition positions Midsona in attractive growth segments, establishing us in Denmark and strengthening us in the Nordic region. Consolidated net sales rose to SEK 1,174 million (920). Operating profit before amortization/depreciation and impairment (EBITDA) and adjusted for non-recurring items improved to SEK 87 million (78). Net sales for the fourth quarter amounted to SEK 352 million (228), an increase of 54 percent. For the fourth quarter, operating profit before amortization, depreciation and impairment (EBITDA) and adjusted for non-recurring items was SEK 27 million (21). Our acquisition of Urtekram was conducted in the summer of 2015 and we can already confirm that we have achieved or will achieve the cost synergies that we expected, that is, totaling some SEK 20 million. In addition, we believe that the contribution to our long-term growth will be greater than expected. The main reason is the very strong organic trend among consumers throughout the Nordic region. In the autumn, we have worked to integrate Urtekram into Midsona’s existing organization. The objective is to identify a common model and structure, bringing together the best from both sides: Midsona’s muscle and strength in the market and Urtekram’s fast, flexible and entrepreneurial approach. The health trend remains strong and is expected to stay so over the coming years. The market is dynamic and trend-sensitive. Midsona holds a broad portfolio of strong brands, with four of those brands occupying a special position: Urtekram, Friggs, Naturdiet and Dalblads. These are well positioned with regard to trends such as health foods in general, organic foods and “free of” foods in particular (Urtekram and Friggs), sports nutrition (Dalblads) and weight control (Naturdiet). Organic products represented the strongest health trend in the Nordic region in 2015. Ekoweb has summarized the preliminary sales figures for Sweden. The summary shows that sales of organic foods increased by 39 percent. In Denmark, the country with the highest share of organic foods in the world, sales rose by 10 percent, according to a preliminary assessment by Organic Denmark. Finland had a more modest increase. No full-year figures have yet been published for Norway, but during the first half of 2015, sales of organic foods rose by 11 percent. Urtekram is the Nordic leader in organic colonial products and organic body care products. The brand has a long history with a strong base in its domestic Danish market. In 2015, the expansion in the Nordic region and Europe continued. Midsona also markets organic products under the Friggs brand. Organic products now account for more than a third of Midsona’s sales and, accordingly, we are well-positioned in relation to the organic trend. We also faced challenges during the year. In the fourth quarter, sales of rice cakes decreased as a result of the National Food Agency’s report on maximum levels for arsenic in rice. For those consumers who still have doubts about rice products, we therefore developed new alternative corn products and launched these in the autumn, with additional products to be added in the first half in 2016. Acquisition activity in the Nordic market for health products has been high in recent years, with Midsona being one of the most active players. We carried out a handful of major acquisitions between 2012 and 2015. These acquisitions have generally been successful since we have a clear model for integrating the acquired companies and thereby realizing synergies. We intend to continue seeking acquisition targets and, accordingly, to participate actively in the further consolidation of the market. Consumer demand for products in the areas of health and well-being in general, and organic products in particular, is expected to continue increasing. Midsona is well-positioned in attractive growth segments and the assessment is that the Group will grow over the year with improved EBITDA. This will allow us to take new steps towards our vision of becoming the leader in health and well-being in the Nordic region. Peter Åsberg, President and CEO This is information of the type that Midsona AB is obligated to disclose in accordance with the Swedish Securities Exchange and Clearing Operations Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was published on 5 February 2016, 8 am.

New segment for Rejlers – IT Solutions

IT Solutions offers IT services and products within energy and infrastructure. IT Solutions also encompasses traditional IT services, cloud services and an advanced and modern centre for the provision of customers’ IT environments.The new segment builds on the activities of the Norwegian subsidiary Rejlers Embriq, which was acquired in October. Rejlers Embriq supplies IT operating services to customers across the Nordic region and is Norway's leading expert in the development and delivery of the next generation of Smart Grid (smart electricity networks).The segment also includes the activities of the subsidiaries Rejlers Energitjänster and ComIT Rejlers, as well as the associate Mirakelbolaget and the business for Metering services in Finland.“The market for IT Solutions is driven strongly by the world's increased demand for efficient and environmentally friendly solutions. It means that there is also increased demand for sophisticated IT systems and ongoing services.The technology is developing rapidly, and all physical infrastructure is being digitised. Access to skills and strategic use of IT becomes even more important in the future. Rejlers is in an excellent position on this growing market,” says Thomas Pettersen, Head of IT Solutions and CEO of Rejlers Embriq.For further information:Peter Rejler; President and CEO, e-mail: peter.rejler@rejlers.seMats Åström; CFO, +46 73 412 66 75, e-mail: mats.astrom@rejlers.seThomas Pettersen, Head of IT Solutions and CEO of Rejlers Embriq, tel. +47 950 22 323, e-mail: thomas.pettersen@embriq.noRejlers is one of the largest engineering consultancy firms in the Nordic region. Our 2,100 experts work with projects within the areas of Building and property, Energy, Industry and Infrastructure. With us, you will meet specialist engineers with the breadth, cutting edge expertise and not least energy to create the results you want. We are continuing to grow rapidly and our activities are spread across 80 locations in Sweden, Finland and Norway. In 2014, Rejlers had revenue of SEK 1.7 billion and its Class B share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.Rejlers discloses 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 am on February 5th 2016.

Lars Josefsson proposed as new Holmen Board member

Holmen’s nomination committee proposes to the AGM the re-election of the current Board members: Fredrik Lundberg (who is also proposed for re-election as chairman of the Board), Carl Bennet, Lars G Josefsson, Carl Kempe, Louise Lindh, Ulf Lundahl, Henrik Sjölund and Henriette Zeuchner. Göran Lundin has declined re-election. The committee also proposes that Lars Josefsson be elected as a new Board member. Lars Josefsson was born in 1953 and holds an MSc in Engineering. He has extensive experience of management posts at various industrial companies, including Sandvik, and over the course of more than 20 years has also held various positions at ABB. Lars now works as an independent consultant and is Deputy Chairman of Vestas, Chairman of Driconeq, Ouman and TimeZynk, and is also a Board member of Metso. The nomination committee’s other proposals will be presented in the notice convening Holmen’s AGM 2016, held in Stockholm on 13 April at 15:00 CET. Prior to the 2016 AGM, Holmen’s nomination committee is made up of Mats Guldbrand, L E Lundbergföretagen, Alice Kempe, Kempe Foundations, Hans Hedström, Carnegie funds and Fredrik Lundberg, Chairman of the Board. The chairman of the nomination committee is Mats Guldbrand. For more information, please contact:Mats Guldbrand, chairman of the nomination committee, tel. +46 (0)768 321 515 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 5 February 2016 at 08.05 CET.

Year-End report, January 1 – December 31, 2015: Strong growth driven by international expansion

Summary of the fourth quarter, October – December 2015 · Net sales amounted to SEK 614.4 M (461.4), an increase of 33 percent. · EBITA increased to SEK 69.5 M (63.4), an EBITA margin of 11.3 percent (13.7).1) · Operating profit increased to SEK 58.0 M (54.2), an operating margin of 9.4 percent (11.7).2) · After-tax profit amounted to SEK 45.5 M (47.6). · Earnings per share after dilution amounted to SEK 1.50 (1.61). · Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 98.0 M (96.7). 1) Excluding revaluation of conditional purchase considerations of SEK 0.00 M (34.3). 2) Excluding revaluation of conditional purchase considerations of SEK 0.0 M (34.3) and SEK 0.0 M (-30.0) for goodwill impairment. Summary of the twelve month period, January – December 2015 · Net sales increased to SEK 1,900.8 M (1,598.6), an increase of 19 percent. · EBITA increased to SEK 168.0 M (159.0), an EBITA margin of 8.8 percent (9.9).1) · Operating profit increased to SEK 126.0 M (124.2), an operating margin of 6.6 percent (7.8).2) · After-tax profit increased to SEK 95.5 M (100.2). · Earnings per share after dilution rose to SEK 3.18 (3.38). · Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 143.8 M (152.5). 1) Excluding revaluation of conditional purchase considerations of SEK 0.0 M (34.3). 2) Excluding revaluation of conditional purchase considerations of SEK 0.0 M (34.3) and SEK 0.0 M (-30.0) for goodwill impairment. Significant events during the fourth quarter of 2015 · Parts of Cad-Q’s business model are changing. · Extended agreement with the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), order value of SEK 12 M.   Significant events after the end of the period · Renewed agreement with technical consultancy company, order value of SEK 31 M. · Renewed agreement with German car manufacturer, order value of approximately SEK 75 M. · Acquisition of software company 5D System. · The Board of Directors proposes an unchanged dividend of SEK 2.25 (2.25) per share. CEO’s comments Strong growth in a market with major opportunities We ended 2015 with strong growth of 33 percent in the fourth quarter. Our recurring revenue is continuously growing and amounted to 48 percent of net sales during the quarter, and we improved EBITA by ten percent, all compared with the year-earlier period.    We are a leading supplier in Europe of systems for design and lifecycle management of products and services via our two business areas - Design and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). Design Management has growth of ten percent, mainly driven by positive developments in the Swedish construction and property market. PLM is showing growth of a full 171 percent and greatly improved earnings compared with the same quarter in the preceding year, which is mainly an effect of the acquisition of the German company Transcat PLM. The acquisition – which was completed July 1, 2015 and is our largest so far –  will have an impact on the Group’s total EBITA margin as the company has a product mix with lower margins than the Group as a whole. However, we are already noticing synergy effects with our sister company, Technia, and major potential to increase the margin and profitability in this business area over time. The Process Management business area is continuing to show good profitability and I am proud that our case management and management systems are contributing to a better society through our deliveries of innovative IT solutions to municipalities and authorities in Sweden and Norway. Over 90 percent of Sweden’s municipalities use system solutions provided by us, which creates a good platform and excellent opportunities to reach out with new offers to the public sector. Increased digitization leads to new business models In 2016, we will continue to push for increased digitization of our customers’ daily lives and we will introduce new business models. This will create both challenges and opportunities. As we summarize 2015 and look ahead, I note that we have a strong system solutions offering in niched areas, which simplifies and improves the daily lives of over half a million engineers and employees in the public sector across the globe. Staffan Hanstorp, President and CEO The information in this interim report is such that the Addnode Group must publish under the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was released for publication on February 5, 2016 at 08.30 a.m CET.

Mobile customers losing £112 on the wrong contracts, according to new research from HandsetExpert.com

Mobile phone customers are losing out on average £112.86 by signing up to monthly contracts rather than opting for SIM Only deals, research from HandsetExpert.com shows. The worst culprits are high-data tariffs which can leave users over £400 out of pocket for a 24 month contract. Major new research, conducted by HandsetExpert.com, analysed a staggering 1,316,835  contracts available to UK customers for 50 different mobile phones across 13 different tariffs from 40 UK retailers and mobile operators. The total cost over the course of the pay monthly contract was then compared with the cost of purchasing the phone without a contract (‘SIM Free’) and a comparable ‘SIM Only’ mobile phone contract separately. Their main findings show: · 77% of all mobile monthly contracts are more expensive than buying the same phone and taking a SIM Only tariff · Lower-cost handsets purchased as part of a pay-monthly contract are significantly overpriced · It is only monthly contracts with low-data and under 500 inclusive minutes which represent good value for the consumer · The best deal on a monthly tariff – compared to a SIM Only - offers a saving of £86.00 over 24 months for a Motorola Moto X Style on Talkmobile from The Smartphone Company, looking at tariffs with 1GB data. · The worst monthly deal which will cost the user an extra £400.97 is when getting the HTC One M9 on Vodafone from Mobile Phones Direct, looking at tariffs with up to 2000 minutes. Dr Shahrum Gilani, who founded HandsetExpert.com so people could compare monthly contracts with SIM Only prices, said: “Our findings show the importance of shopping around. Buying a phone and SIM Only contract separately requires an initial upfront payment, but in the long run it can save a lot of money. “Low-cost handsets on high-data tariffs are the worst offenders; there are often much higher value phones available on the same tariffs offering better value for money. “The only area where consumers seem to get a good deal with a pay monthly contract is on tariffs with low data and talk allowance. Even here the saving is minimal – up to £5 a month maximum. “And don’t forget if you go over your allowance on these lower-end contracts you can be hit with additional data fees which can really sting. “We have designed HandsetExpert.com to allow people to compare the monthly deals from all providers with the same or a better deal by opting for a SIM Only deal.” ends About HandsetExpert.com:HandsetExpert.com is an independent recommendation and price comparison site for mobile phones and SIM Only contracts, based in London, UK. Founded in 2014, we pride ourselves on our ability to find the best deals and prices available and providing helpful, unbiased information. With our easy-to-use interface, and unique features such as our SIM Only vs Pay monthly comparison engine, we ensure our customers always find the right phone and tariff for them. About founder Dr Shahrum Gilani: Dr Shahrum Nedjati-Gilani is the founder of HandsetExpert. He is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and University College London, and has a doctorate in Computer Science. His career and interests have spanned a variety of topics in science, engineering and technology. Dr Nedjati-Gilani is a published author in the fields of imaging and vision, and is using his skills and expertise to make HandsetExpert.com the ultimate recommendation site for phones and tariffs. Notes to Editors · Methodology: · Phones: We considered 50 smartphones currently available for purchase in the UK retail market, covering a range of budgets from budget to premium. In cases where there are multiple versions available (e.g. the iPhone 6s, available in 12 storage space and colour configurations), we consider the cheapest option. · Contracts & Tariffs:  We defined 13 tariff categories, based on either data allowance or inclusive minutes, and considered Pay Monthly and SIM Only contracts that fell within these categories. For Pay Monthly contracts, we calculated the total cost of ownership (TCO) by multiplying the monthly payment by the duration of the contract measured in months and adding any associated upfront costs. For each phone and tariff category combination, we found the contract with the lowest TCO. In the case of SIM Only contracts where the contract length is less than that of the Pay Monthly contract, we multiplied the monthly payment by the duration of the Pay Monthly contract. In the case of SIM Only, we also included Prepay ‘bundles’ offering a monthly allocation of minutes, data, and texts. · Pricing data sources: We acquired contract and pricing information both directly from retailers and via services that provide data feeds on behalf of retailers. The data was acquired at midday February 3rd, 2016. · To read the full research paper, with detailed methodology, results, analysis, and figures, visit http://handsetexpert.com/pay-monthly-vs-sim-only-analysis-february-2016-paper.pdf (http://file///C:/Users/Office%201/Dropbox/Clients/Z.%20Ad%20hoc/Handset%20Expert/2016-02-03/%20http:/handsetexpert.com/pay-monthly-vs-sim-only-analysis-february-2016-paper.pdf) ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Slovakian rubber producer selects IFS Applications 9 to improve operations

Founded in 1952, Vegum boasts a long heritage of producing high-quality rubber compounds as well as molded and extruded rubber products for industrial use. Employing some 600 staff, the company also offers engineering and testing services. Vegum needed a new ERP solution that could replace its many stand-alone legacy systems and offer comprehensive support for its mission-critical business processes. Following an extensive evaluation of the ERP market, which involved solutions such as HELIOS Green, QAD and ESO/es, Vegum selected IFS Applications 9 as its enterprise-wide information system. When fully deployed, IFS Applications will cover Vegum’s entire value chain, from production planning, manufacturing, and logistics to maintenance, financials, HR, and quality management. The IFS solution also includes a shop-floor workbench for advance production data processing, and IFS Warehouse Data Collection for mobile warehouse data capture via barcode scanners. “We expect that the implementation of IFS Applications will increase the efficiency of our mission-critical business processes—leading to lower costs and improved customer care,” Vegum CEO Jozef Trnovec said. “Our size and flexibility makes us perfectly positioned to leverage IFS Applications as a central tool for competitive differentiation.” IFS Slovakia managing director Jozef Kováčik added, “We are very excited to provide Vegum with a modern ERP solution that offers out-of-the-box support for all value-added business processes. We work with some of the world’s most successful companies in the manufacturing industries and we look forward to support Vegum’s successful growth with our solutions and expertise.”

The name of the new combined business unit of Alma Media and Talentum is Alma Talent

Alma Media Corporation       Press release                              5 February 2016 at 11:00 a.m. (EET)                       THE NAME OF THE NEW COMBINED BUSINESS UNIT OF ALMA MEDIA AND TALENTUM IS ALMA TALENT The name of the new business unit that is created as a result of the combination of Alma’s Financial Media and Business Services and Talentum’s business operations will be Alma Talent. During the planning of the integration, the business unit was referred to with the working title Professional Media and Business Services. - We wanted the name to reflect the core of our business – our customer. Alma Talent’s mission is to support the growth and success of professionals, decision-makers and companies in different fields. Our products and services represent expertise, skills, and development, says Johanna Suhonen, Marketing Director at Alma Talent, explaining the choice of name. Alma Talent offers a broad range of media expertise, information services and efficient business and skills development tools. It publishes 19 trade and financial magazines and newspapers, as well as a variety of books. The business unit will also offer skills development and growth services to professionals and businesses in different fields, from events and training to information services. Alma Talent has operations in Finland, Sweden, Denmark and the Baltics. The total revenue of the business amounted to EUR 124 million in 2014. Alma Talent media include Kauppalehti, Talouselämä, Tekniikka & Talous, Markkinointi & Mainonta, Arvopaperi and Tivi. These printed and digital media have a total of nearly 1,100,000 Finnish readers, who represent experts, decision-makers and investors in various fields. In Sweden, publications by Alma Talent include Affärsvärlden, Ny Teknik and Dagens Media. - The integration of Talentum and Alma Media is progressing as planned. We will share more information on our new valued adding services and packages, which we are currently creating for our customers, later this year, says Juha-Petri Loimovuori, leader of Alma Talent. More information:Juha-Petri Loimovuori, CEO of Alma Talent, tel.           +358 (0)500 511 036Johanna Suhonen, Marketing Director, Alma Talent, tel. +358 (0)50 324 3229

OrganoWood signs distribution agreement for the Israeli market

OrganoClick's co-owned affiliate OrganoWood has signed a sales and distribution agreement with Inplast Israel for the Israeli market. The agreement gives Inplast Israel an exclusive right to sell and distribute OrganoWoods canned wood treatment products in Israel.  During 2015 OrganoWood initiated a collaboration regarding sales and distribution with the wood treatment distributor Welin & Co for the Swedish market. Welin & Co has under the agreement sold and distributed OrganoWoods canned wood treatment products to Swedish building suppliers and paint stores. The collaboration has been very successful with greatly increased sales volumes of these products for OrganoWood. OrganoWood now takes the next step and starts its international expansion of its wood treatment products by initiating strategic collaborations with local sales and distribution partners on different geographical markets. As first step outside Europe, OrganoWood now enters the Israeli market through the agreement with Inplast Israel.  "We are very happy to initiate the collaboration with Inplast Israel. They are a relatively new player but with a strong experience from the Israeli building industry and an extensive network among relevant customers. This will be an exciting step to see how OrganoWoods products are being accepted on a totally different market and environment than the Northern European market", says Jens Hamlin, MD OrganoWood.  The agreement is an exclusive agreement with a term of three years conditioned by purchase of certain annual minimum quantities. For more information, please contact; Mårten Hellberg, CEO OrganoClick Phone: +46 8 684 001 10+46 8 684 001 10 Email: marten.hellberg@organoclick.com About OrganoClick OrganoClick AB (publ) is a public Swedish cleantech company listed on Nasdaq First North. The company develops, produces and markets functional materials based on environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. Examples of products that are marketed by OrganoClick are the water repellent fabric treatment OrganoTex®, the flame and rot-resistant timber OrganoWood® and biocomposite materials. OrganoClick was founded in 2006 as a commercial spin-off company based on research performed at Stockholm University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences within environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. OrganoClick has won a number of prizes, such as "Sweden's Most Promising Start -up" and "Sweden's Best Environmental Innovation", and has also received a number of awards, such as the WWF "Climate Solver" award and has also appeared for two years on the Affärsvärldens and NyTekniks list of Sweden's top 33 hottest technology companies. OrganoClick has its head office, production and R&D located in Täby, north of Stockholm. OrganoClick's Certified Adviser on Nasdaq First North is Erik Penser Bankaktiebolag.

SAS traffic figures - January 2016

Market development and commentaryDemand has been positive in Scandinavia during 2015 and in the beginning of 2016. Overall market capacity has gradually started to increase during the last months and this trend is expected to continue, primarily on international routes. Despite a very intensive competition coupled with a struggling oil industry, it is satisfactory to note a stable domestic business. Market demand for European leisure routes as well as long haul traffic remains strong and growing. In response to the growing demand, SAS is increasing its intercontinental capacity by about 25% during financial year 2015/2016 through new routes and frequencies already announced. Also, until April 2016 larger aircraft will replace phased out Boeing 717 primarily in Sweden. Overall, this will result in a longer average stage length with subsequent effect on the yield/PASK and contribute to an expected scheduled capacity growth of 10% during 2015/2016. Excluding intercontinental expansion, capacity growth is about 1%. SAS scheduled traffic development in January  SAS increased its scheduled capacity in January by 14.8%. The traffic increased by 11.4%, primarily driven by growth on intercontinental and European routes. The overall load factor declined by 1.9 p.u. to 63.7%. SAS intercontinental traffic increased 15.9% and the capacity was up 22.2%. The growth was driven by the new route between Stockholm and Hong Kong and more frequencies on existing routes. Within Europe/Intrascandinavia, SAS increased seasonal capacity on longer leisure routes which contributed to an overall capacity increase of 14.9%. In particular, demand continued to be strong on routes to/from Sweden. Domestic traffic was up 5.1% and capacity was increased 2.1%.

Interim report January-December 2015

October-December 2015 • Net sales excluding items affecting comparability of a negative SEK 4 million (–) amounted to SEK 3,306 million (3,014), positively impacted by currency effects and organic growth. • Organic growth was 3 per cent (5).• Operating profit, excluding items affecting comparability of a negative SEK 96 million (neg: 97) pertaining to impairment in Poggenpohl, amounted to SEK 287 million (270), corresponding to an operating margin of 8.7 per cent (9.0).• Currency gains of approximately SEK 35 million had a positive effect on the Group’s operating profit, excluding items affecting comparability, of which SEK 10 million comprised translation effects and SEK 25 million transaction effects.• Profit after tax, including items affecting comparability, amounted to SEK 128 million (57), corresponding to earnings per share of SEK 0.77 (0.33).• Operating cash flow amounted to SEK 292 million (301).• The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 2.50 per share (1.75).Consolidated net sales, earnings and cash flowOverall market performance is deemed to have improved compared with the year-earlier period. The Nordic and the UK markets strengthened, while Nobia’s markets in the Central Europe region were unchanged. Sales increased organically 3 per cent (5). Currency gains of SEK 104 million (171) affected sales for the quarter. Commodore and CIE, which were consolidated on 1 November 2015, generated net sales of SEK 68 million during the last two months of the year.The gross margin excluding items affecting comparability amounted to 39.8 per cent (40.7), negatively impacted primarily by Rixonway, Commodore and CIE having structurally lower gross margins.Operating profit improved primarily as a result of higher sales volumes and positive currency effects.The return on operating capital including items affecting comparability was 26.9 per cent over the past twelve-month period (Jan-Dec 2014: 23.2). The return on shareholders’ equity including items affecting comparability was 24.1 per cent over the past twelve-month period (Jan-Dec 2014: neg 0.9).Operating cash flow declined mainly due to the negative change in working capital and higher investments.Comments from the CEO“In 2015, Nobia achieved the highest operating margin in the company’s history, despite fourth-quarter earnings being impacted by both a number of nonrecurring items and operational disruptions in a couple of markets. These disruptions have now been addressed and in 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

Nordic Nanovector to present at the Swiss-Scandinavian Bio-Business seminar on 10 February 2016

Oslo, Norway, 5 February 2016 Nordic Nanovector ASA (OSE: NANO), a company focusing on the development and commercialization of novel targeted therapeutics in haematology and oncology, announces that its CFO Tone Kvåle will present at the Swiss-Scandinavian Bio-Business seminar in Zurich, Switzerland on 10 February 2016. The slides of the presentation given will be available on the Nordic Nanovector website in the section:Investor Relations/Reports and Presentations/Presentations/2016.### For further information, please contact:Tone Kvåle, Chief Financial Officertkvale@nordicnanovector.comCell: +47 91 51 95 76 International Media EnquiriesMark Swallow/David Dible (Citigate Dewe Rogerson)nordicnanovector@citigatedr.co.ukTel: +44 207 282 2948/+44 207 282 2949 About Nordic NanovectorNordic Nanovector is a biotech company focusing on the development and  commercialisation of novel targeted therapeutics in haematology and oncology. The Company’s lead clinical-stage product opportunity is Betalutin®, the first in a new class of Antibody-Radionuclide-Conjugates (ARC) designed to improve upon and complement current options for the treatment of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL). NHL is an indication with substantial unmet medical need and orphan drug opportunities, representing a growing market worth over $12 billion by 2018. Betalutin® comprises a tumour-seeking anti-CD37 antibody (HH1) conjugated to a low intensity radionuclide (lutetium- 177). It has shown promising efficacy and a favourable safety profile in an ongoing Phase 1/2 study in a difficult-to-treat NHL patient population. The Company is aiming at developing Betalutin® for the treatment of major types of NHL with first regulatory submission anticipated in 1H 2019. Nordic Nanovector intends to retain marketing rights and to actively participate in the commercialisation of Betalutin® in core markets, while exploring potential distribution agreements in selected geographies. The Company is committed to developing its ARC pipeline to treat multiple selected cancer indications. Further information about the Company can be found at www.nordicnanovector.com

AMETEK Announces Two Acquisitions

Brookfield Engineering Broadens AMETEK’s Laboratory Instrumentation Platform ESP/SurgeX Expands AMETEK’s Power Protection Platform Berwyn, PA – AMETEK, Inc. (NYSE: AME) today announced that it has completed two acquisitions: Brookfield Engineering, the world’s leading manufacturer of viscometers and rheometers, and ESP/SurgeX, a leader in energy intelligence and power protection solutions. “Brookfield Engineering and ESP/SurgeX are excellent acquisitions and strong additions to our Electronic Instruments Group. These businesses will allow us to expand our presence in laboratory instrumentation and power protection, two attractive growth platforms,” comments Frank S. Hermance, AMETEK Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Brookfield Engineering Brookfield offers a complete range of viscometers and rheometers as well as instrumentation to analyze texture and powder flow.  Its products are used primarily for quality control applications in the manufacture of products in a broad range of markets including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, paints, solvents, chemicals, coatings and packaging. “Brookfield is an outstanding acquisition.  It is the global leader in viscosity measurement instrumentation.  Its products and technologies complement our existing laboratory instrumentation businesses and provide us with opportunities to expand that business platform into a broader range of markets and applications,” comments Frank S. Hermance, AMETEK Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, with annual sales of approximately $55 million, was acquired for approximately $167 million.  Headquartered in Middleboro, MA, with additional operations in Germany, the United Kingdom, China and India, Brookfield joins AMETEK as a unit of its Instrumentation and Specialty Controls division within the AMETEK Electronic Instruments Group (EIG). ESP/SurgeX ESP/SurgeX is a leader in power protection, monitoring, and diagnostic solutions.  They are the leading industry provider of on-site and remote power protection products used by industries to lower service costs and ensure reliable electric power to critical equipment.  Its patented technology is widely used by the business equipment, imaging, audio visual, information technology, gaming and vending industries.  ESP’s product portfolio includes surge elimination solutions, multi-stage power protection products, energy management solutions, and remote diagnostic and predictive capabilities. “ESP is an excellent acquisition and a great strategic fit with our existing power protection platform,” notes Frank S. Hermance, AMETEK Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.  “The business is a leader in a highly differentiated niche market with industry-leading products and technologies that provide us with further opportunities to accelerate product innovation and market expansion worldwide.” ESP/SurgeX, has annual sales of approximately $40 million and was acquired for approximately $130 million. With manufacturing operations in Knightdale, NC, ESP/SurgeX joins AMETEK as part of the Power Systems and Instruments Division of its Electronic Instruments Group (EIG). Corporate Profile AMETEK is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electro-mechanical devices with annual sales of $4.0 billion. AMETEK's Corporate Growth Plan is based on Four Key Strategies: Operational Excellence, Strategic Acquisitions, Global & Market Expansion and New Products. AMETEK's objective is double-digit percentage growth in earnings per share over the business cycle and a superior return on total capital. The common stock of AMETEK is a component of the S&P 500 Index.    Contact: Jim McKinley +1 610-889-5234

Official Launch Date Announced For This Summer’s Hottest Sci-Fi Read

Sci-fi reaches new heights this summer, with the official launch date just announced for Retaliation, the debut novel from Scottish author Martin Wallace. As the first instalment of the Earth Reclamation Force (ERF) series, Retaliation introduces readers to a brand new space saga that’s already pegged as an instant bestseller. Come May 6 2016 sci-fi buffs will be invited to join the ERF rebellion in a chilling post-apocalyptic world. When planet Earth finds itself under alien attack it resorts to nuclear warfare as a last ditch effort to prevail. Tragically, it’s not enough and the world is plunged into a nuclear holocaust, destroying all chances of life and causing all known human survivors to flee to outer space. With a vastly superior enemy now in power, a tribe of rebel survivors are faced with the quandary of whether to run and hide, or fight back in full force to reclaim their home planet. “What would you do if you lost your home, your family and your planet? It’s a concept that’s unfathomable, yet one that readers are forced to address head on when delving into the ERF universe,” said Martin Wallace, Author. Imaginative and visionary, Wallace introduces readers to an electrifying line-up of characters and concepts. The galvanising one-man ERF Fire-Starter fighter craft is the pride of the scout defence fleet, terrorising the ‘Fedirian’ alien invaders with a formidable compliment of chain guns and offensive missiles. Together, Lt Commander Scott Cave, Captain Selina Laverty, Lt Naomi Ward and Lt Haver must pull out all stops to win an enthralling battle against extra-terrestrial forces. “I’ve always been enchanted by the science fiction genre, and have dreamt of penning my own novel for years. After years in the making I’ve finally turned my intergalactic visions into a young adult novel steeped in adventure, compassion and revenge,” says Wallace.   In the lead up to the release Wallace has released a teaser trailer that offers sci-fi fans a glimpse at what to expect from his debut novel. With London in fiery chaos, jet fighters sweeping the skies and explosions lighting up outer space, the trailer zealously captures the dystopian concept of the book. With books such as The Hunger Games, Divergent and The Maze Runner all emerging as global best sellers, the appeal of the sci-fi genre is palpable. Retaliation builds on the buzz, serving up readers a kaleidoscope of colourful survivors fighting to endure in a veritable wasteland. “The young adult sci-fi genre needs no introduction, with teenagers and adults alike hooked on the dystopian narratives that are underpinned by a chilling sense of realism. The ERF series plays on the possibility that nuclear warfare isn’t inconceivable, and that a preceeding alien invasion could be a very real risk,” says Wallace.  The novel will be available to download as an eBook, or purchase as a paperback.  Stockists for the paperback version are yet to be announced. To find out more about Martin Wallace, Retaliation and the ERF series, go to:Facebook link https://www.facebook.com/ERFfans/Twitter https://twitter.com/ERF_BOOKS

Randstad initiates compulsory redemption proceedings and the Proffice-shares will be de-listed

PRESS RELEASE                                                        Stockholm, February 5, 2016 On 29 January 2016, Randstad Nordic AB (“Randstad”) completed its public takeover offer to the shareholders in Proffice AB (publ) (“Proffice” or the “Company”). After completion of the offer, Randstad controls 97.3 per cent of the outstanding shares in Proffice, corresponding to 97.9 per cent of the votes, and has notified Proffice’s board of directors that Randstad has resolved to initiate compulsory acquisition proceedings to acquire the remaining shares in Proffice. The acceptance period for Randstad’s offer has been extended up to and including 17 February 2016, to allow remaining shareholders in Proffice to accept the offer. In light of the above, Proffice’s board of directors does not find it appropriate for the Company to remain listed, and has therefore decided to apply for de-listing of Proffice’s B-shares from Nasdaq Stockholm. The last day of trading in the Proffice-shares at Nasdaq Stockholm has, in consultation with Nasdaq Stockholm, been determined to be Friday 19 February 2016. Further, as previously announced, the board of directors has summoned an extraordinary general meeting to be held on 24 February 2016 to inter alia elect a new board of directors in the Company. For more information, please contact:Cecilia Daun Wennborg, Chairman of the Board, Proffice AB, +46 8 787 17 00. This is a translation from Swedish. In the event of any discrepancies between the Swedish version and the translation, the former shall have precedence. Proffice Group is one of the Nordic region's largest specialists within staffing, recruitment and outplacement. Our commitment and service help people and companies to find solutions to develop. The Proffice Group consists of Proffice, Dfind and Antenn and it has around 10,000 employees. The Proffice share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Mid Cap. www.proffice.com Proffice Aktiebolag (publ) discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was released for publication on the 5th of February 2016 at 3.45 pm CET.

Attendo comments on Finnish proposal for temporary legislation regarding combination contracts

As part of the upcoming social and health care reform (SOTE) in Finland, a working group under the Finnish Government has today announced its intention to present a proposal for temporary legislation. The proposal aims to limit the ability of municipalities to sign so-called combination contracts where all municipal social care and healthcare is outsourced to a private provider over a specific period. The purpose of the proposal is to prevent municipalities from entering into combined contracts that is assumed to interfere with the implementation of the SOTE reform, scheduled for January 1, 2019.At present, Attendo has five combination contracts with Finnish municipalities. These contracts are not affected by the new legislation.The main part of Attendo's operations in Finland, such as own nursing homes in elderly care, medical staffing, medical contracts and dental, are not affected by the proposal. In all, outsourcing represent a third of Attendo Group sales, where combination contracts represents a smaller part.Although some details remain to be revealed, the proposal is expected to have a marginal impact on Attendo Finland if implemented.Attendo AB(publ)For further information, please contact:Ingalill Östman, Head of Investor Relations AttendoTelefon: +46 708 67 42 12E-post: ingalill.ostman@attendo.comStefan Svanström, Communications Director AttendoTelefon: +46 708 67 38 07E-post: stefan.svanstrom@attendo.comAttendo - the leading care and healthcare company in the NordicsAttendo is the leading private provider of publicly financed care and healthcare services in the Nordic region. The company was founded in 1985 and was first to provide outsourced care for older people in Sweden. In addition to care for older people, Attendo provides care for people with disabilities, individuals and families, and, in Finland, healthcare and dental care. Attendo has 18 000 employees and is locally anchored with 490 operations in more than 200 municipalities in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark. www.attendo.com