Gränges publishes annual report

Gränges has today published its Annual Report for 2014 on the Company’s web site. The annual report can be downloaded on the Company’s web site: http://investors.granges.com/en/investors. A hard copy of the annual report will be distributed in the middle of April to the shareholders who have notified their interest. Order on arsredovisning@granges.com. This information 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 Tuesday, 17 March 2015. For further information, please contact:Pernilla Grennfelt, Director Communication and Investor RelationsTel: +46 702 90995E-mail: pernilla.grennfelt@granges.com About GrängesGränges is a leading global supplier of rolled products for the brazed aluminium heat exchanger industry. The Group develops, produces and markets advanced materials that enhance both production economy during the customer manufacturing process as well as the performance of the final products, the brazed heat exchangers. Gränges has its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, and operates in three geographical regions: Europe, Asia and the Americas. The company has production, research and development facilities in Finspång, Sweden, and Shanghai, China, with total annual capacity of approximately 220,000 metric tonnes. Gränges was founded in 1896 and the company started its present operations in 1972 when it began to develop material for brazed heat exchangers. Gränges has some 950 employees and net sales in 2014 totalled approximately SEK 4 748 million. For more information about Gränges, you are welcome to visit www.granges.com.

Natural & Organic Products Europe 2015 attracts who’s who of the natural beauty sector

Now just weeks away, Natural Beauty & Spa at Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show will feature dynamic new content from some of the leading lights of the natural and organic beauty sector.  Amanda Barlow, managing director of award-winning skincare company Spiezia Organics, Jessica Laura, co-founder of botanical skincare brand Raw Gaia, and Pai Skincare founder, Sarah Brown will be among those discussing new trends, ingredients, and innovations at London ExCeL next month (19-20 April). Louisa Maaldrink, beauty buyer at M&S, has also been confirmed to host a Keynote address outlining M&S’ distinctive approach to its natural beauty category (and its plans for future growth).  Before joining M&S in 2013, Louisa held senior buying positions at both Topshop and AS Watson (during which time she launched the Topshop make up range on to the market and was responsible for the own-buy beauty ranges at Superdrug).  Building customer engagement is key talking point for 2015.  Amarjit Sahota, president of Organic Monitor, is primed to reveal exclusive insights from new UK consumer research outlining attitudes and perceptions of natural and organic beauty products.  Whilst Emma Reinhold, trade relations manager for health & beauty at the Soil Association (and former group editor of HPCi Media's Cosmetics Division), is offering visiting retailers and buyers a sneak preview of the Soil Association’s hugely successful Organic Beauty Week plans for 2015 (and how they can get involved). New speakers for 2015 include cosmetic scientist Dr. Mojgan Moddaresi and Susie Mills from Australian colour cosmetics brand Inika Cosmetics.  There will also be first time appearances from emerging beauty brands 001 Skincare and BRYT Skincare (founded by Ada Ooi and Catkin Wemyss-Bodmer respectively). Returning speakers include PR and blogger Rebecca Goodyear, founder of online magazine Biteable Beauty; Judi Beerling, technical research manager at Organic Monitor (giving an introduction to cosmetic ingredients for retailers); and natural beauty advocate Janey Lee Grace. The full Natural Beauty & Spa Theatre programme (sponsored by Kinetic Natural Products Distributor and supported by Organic Monitor and the Natural Beauty Yearbook, will be available to view online at www.naturalproducts.co.uk later this month. Big name buyers and exhibitors Already an essential date on many beauty buyers calendars, Natural & Organic Products Europe opens for business at ExCeL London on Sunday 19 April.  Over 10,000 attendees are expected to pack the aisles over two days.  Representatives from well-known brands like Boots, Superdrug, M&S, Waitrose, John Lewis, T K Maxx, Net A Porter, SpaceNK Apothecary, QVC, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Holland and Barrett, Whole Foods Market, Planet Organic Fresh & Wild, Victoria Health, BeautyMART, Love Lula, and John Bell & Croyden, are among the ‘who’s who’ of buyers already pre-registered to visit. New additions to the Natural Beauty & Spa line-up to date, include Montagne Jeunesse, PHB Ethical Beauty, Manuka Doctor, 100% Pure, John Masters Organics, Nourish, Aubrey Organics, Simone Chickenbone, private label skin care specialist My Sacred Fig, Puresun (UK distributors of OrganicSeries cosmetics), Bathing Beauty, Aromata Mirabilia, Natural Spa Factory, Laboratoires Bea, 001 Skincare London, and Pommade Divine.   The London Skincare Company (BRYT Skincare), Toulou Organics, Savon Stories, Smilje i Bosilje, Stvdio5, and elements natural skincare for men will also be making their debut in the show’s new Venus Pavilion. Returning exhibitors include Beauty without Cruelty (Ultra Glow Cosmetics), Childs Farm, The Yes Yes Company, Kinetic Natural Products Distributor (brands include Pacifica, Antipodes, giovanni, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap, and Jason), Urtekram International, Wedderspoon Organic (Queen of the Hive organic skincare), Natura Siberica, Nature's Dream, Natracare, S5 Skincare/Evolve Beauty, Faith in Nature, MyChelle Dermaceuticals Skincare, and Australis Distribution (brands include A’kin, Balance Me, Barefoot Botanicals, Lovea, and Madara).   The Eco Luxe Pavilion, dedicated to luxury natural beauty brands, is also back on the menu – and 50% bigger – for 2015.  Confirmed participants include Inika Cosmetics, Surya Nature, Pure & Light Organic, Lariese Purely Organic, MooGoo Skin Care, and Antique Apothecary. Natural & Organic Products Europe includes four show sections:  Natural Beauty & Spa, Natural Living, Natural Health, and The Natural Food Show.  Entry includes access to the Natural Beauty & Spa seminars, Natural Products Live Theatre, and live Natural Food Kitchen demonstrations. For more information and to register for a free trade only pass, please visit www.naturalproducts.co.uk and enter priority code NP30 (direct link: http://www.eventdata.co.uk/Visitor/NPE.aspx?TrackingCode=NP30).

CHART ENTRY FOR KRISTYNA MYLES ALBUM 'PAINT A BRIGHTER DAY'

The new album, 'Paint A Brighter Day' by MOBO nominee Kristyna Myles has entered the Official Independent Album Breakers Chart at Number 16. The album that launched with a series of live dates last week was recorded with Mercury Prize nominated producer Andy Ross and features 11 songs about life-lessons with the aim of inspiring and painting listeners’ days brighter. All songs are written or co-written by Kristyna who has created a musical canvas for her sublime vocals that is true to her pop roots, with brush strokes that evoke jazz, soul and gospel influences. 'Paint A Brighter Day' is released thanks to a successful campaign on PledgeMusic that enabled Kristyna to fund the album and video with support from music fans. This was rewarded with a variety of opportunities, including visits to the recording sessions and parts in the video for first single ‘I’m Getting Rid Of This’. This unique strategy not only enabled Kristyna to fund the project without major label investment, but also interact and engage with existing and new fans at the same time. More importantly for an independent artist, this groundbreaking approach allowed Kristyna to maintain full creative control and copyright ownership. Kristyna Myles got her first break busking on the streets of Manchester, winning BBC Radio Five Live’s ‘Busk Idol’ competition. Since then she has toured Europe, receiving extensive coverage and supporting a host of big name artists including Chris de Burgh, Lisa Stansfield, Mick Hucknall, Will Young, Lemar and the legendary Nile Rogers & Chic. Despite signing a five album deal with Decca Records, just one single release in three years saw exhilaration turn to exasperation, providing the motivation for Kristyna to take back control of her career in 2013.  It was a brave move that paid off with her debut independent single - a cover of the ‘Style Council’ classic, ‘The Paris Match’ described by Paul Weller as “absolutely stunning!” In 2014 Kristyna followed up with the release of her debut album ‘Pinch Me Quick' produced by the Grammy Award winning Ken Nelson. The year ended with a performance of her song ‘Heaven Knows’ on BBC Songs of Praise and a MOBO Award Nomination for Best Gospel Act. Now with her own label ‘Take Note Recordings’, 2015 looks even brighter for this extraordinarily talented independent artist and young businesswoman. A supporter of charity Tearfund and ambassador for Centrepoint, Kristyna Myles is endorsed by Yamaha Music GmbH (UK). 'Paint A Brighter Day' is available digitally on iTunes  and a CD release at www.amazon.co.uk (http://file//localhost/x-webdoc/::F593B357-E954-4079-97E6-CC82356ACFA4:www.amazon.co.uk) ENDS For images and to arrange interviews and appearances please contact: Peter Ross: TWO PR T: 07970 191668            E: peter@twopr.co.uk For more info + details visit www.kristynamyles.com

Interim Report 1 September 2014 - 28 February 2015

SECOND QUARTER, DECEMBER 1, 2014 – FEBRUARY 28, 2015 IN SUMMARY · Sales in comparable stores increased during the quarter by +15.3%, compared to the market’s increase of +1.9% (Swedish Retail and Wholesale Trade Research Institute (HUI)). · Net sales amounted to SEK 578 M (502). · Operating income totaled SEK 17 M (2). · Profit before tax amounted to SEK 23 M (-2). · Profit after tax amounted to SEK 23 M (-2), corresponding to SEK 0.67 (-0.06) per share. · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 24 M (42). · During the quarter, RNB entered into an agreement on extension of the business financing (SEK 200 M) from the company’s main owner, Konsumentföreningen Stockholm. The agreement implies a possibility to extend the financing by one year, from 2016 to 2017. · During the quarter, Kristian Lustin was employed as new CFO of RNB Retail and Brands. Kristian replaces Stefan Danieli. THE PERIOD, SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 – FEBRUARY 28, 2015 IN SUMMARY · Net sales amounted to SEK 1,087 M (1,096, including divested operation (JC)). · Operating income amounted to SEK 40 M (11, including divested operation (JC)). · Operating income for the latest 12-month period totaled SEK 30 M (3). · Profit before tax amounted to SEK 45 M (5, including divested operation (JC)). · Profit after tax amounted to SEK 45 M (4, including divested operation (JC)), which corresponds to SEK 1.32 (0.13) per share. · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 30 M (22). · During the period, RNB entered into an agreement on extension of the business financing (SEK 200 M) from the company’s main owner, Konsumentföreningen Stockholm. The agreement implies a possibility to extend the financing by one year, from 2016 to 2017.

Lifco issues bond loans of MSEK 1,050

Lifco AB (publ) has resolved to issue unsecured bonds with a tenor of three years. The bonds amount to a total of MSEK 1,050, of which MSEK 700 carries a floating rate of 3 months STIBOR +1.05 per cent per annum, and MSEK 350 carries a fixed rate of 1.11 per cent per annum. The bonds generated strong investor interest and the issues were oversubscribed. The proceeds from the bond issues will be used for refinancing of existing bank loans. Lifco intends to list the bonds at the regulated market of Nasdaq Stockholm. SEB has acted as financial advisor and bookrunner, and Vinge has acted legal advisor to Lifco. For more information please contact: Fredrik Karlsson CEO Phone +46 730 244 872 E-mail ir@lifco.se 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 106 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. This information is made public March 26, 2015, at 08.00am CET according to the Securities Market Act, the Financial Instruments Trading Act and/or the regulations of the Nasdaq Stockholm.

ASSA ABLOY acquires Quantum Secure in the US

ASSA ABLOY has acquired Quantum Secure, Inc, the leading provider of solutions to help enterprises manage identities and meet compliance requirements in highly-regulated industries. “I am very happy to welcome Quantum Secure to the ASSA ABLOY Group. This acquisition reinforces our strategy of being the world leader in secure identity solutions. Quantum Secure takes us one step further in being able to provide our customers with an end to end identity management system. The company has experienced very strong growth since its founding and we look forward to continued growth in the future,” says Johan Molin, President and CEO of ASSA ABLOY. “Our acquisition of Quantum Secure gives customers a robust, policy-driven software application that will help them achieve their identity management goals,” says Denis Hébert, Executive Vice President ASSA ABLOY and Head of business unit HID Global. “The SAFE software suite allows organizations to manage identities across multiple sites for employees, visitors, vendors, and contractors.” Quantum Secure was founded in 2004 and the head office is located in San Jose, California. The company has some 175 employees and contractors. Bookings are expected to reach USD 45 M (approx. SEK 400M) in 2015. The acquisition is expected to be neutral to earnings from start. For more information, please contact:Johan Molin, President and CEO, tel no: +46 8 506 485 42Carolina Dybeck Happe, CFO and Executive Vice President, tel no: +46 8 506 485 72 About ASSA ABLOYASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience. Since its formation in 1994, ASSA ABLOY has grown from a regional company into an international group with about 44,000 employees, operations in more than 70 countries and sales close to SEK 57 billion. In the fast-growing electromechanical security segment, the Group has a leading position in areas such as access control, identification technology, door automation and hotel security.

BioGaia subsidiary IBT starts trial already this year

In November 2013 the Board of BioGaia decided to invest up to SEK 42 million in a first phase of a long-term project aimed at developing a drug with very high requirements on hygiene, analysis and documentation, to prevent the fatal disease necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), that affects premature infants. The project is run by BioGaia's subsidiary Infant Bacterial Therapeutics (IBT). IBT has been granted Orphan Drug Designation for the prevention of NEC in Europe and the USA, has had consultations with the FDA and the EMA and has progressed far in the development of the production process of the product. Before any clinical studies will be conducted the financial requirements of IBT needs to be met through external financing. Efforts to find a suitable cooperation partner have been initiated with a bank in London. "With this additional limited funding from BioGaia we gain valuable time and thereby increasing the value of the project," says Peter Rothschild, President, BioGaia. Latest press releases from BioGaia2015-03-23 BioGaia signs exclusive agreement for oral health products in Mexico2015-03-09 BioGaia’s oral health probiotic effective in patients with dental implants2015-02-23 BioGaia subsidiary Infant Bacterial Therapeutics get Orphan Drug Designation in Europe BioGaia has published this information in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was issued for publication on 26 March 2015, 08:30 am CET.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN BIOTAGE AB (publ)

The shareholders in Biotage AB are hereby summoned to the annual general meeting (the “Meeting”), to be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at 4.00 p.m., at the head office of Biotage AB, Vimpelgatan 5 in Uppsala, Sweden. Notice etc.Shareholders who wish to participate in the Meeting must a)   be recorded as a shareholder in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Wednesday, April 22, 2015, and b)   notify the company of their intention to participate in the Meeting, no later than Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Notice of participation in the Meeting may be made to the company by mail to the address Box 8, SE-75103 Uppsala, Sweden, by telefax + 46(0)18-591922, by telephone + 46(0)18-565900 or by e-mail: deltagare@biotage.com. The notification should include the following information: name, social security number/corporate registration number, address, telephone number, shareholdings and number of accompanying assistants (maximum two). Proxy etc.Shareholders represented by proxy shall issue a power of attorney for the proxy. If the power of attorney is issued by a legal entity, a certified copy of the registration certificate for the legal entity shall be enclosed. The power of attorney is valid no longer than one year from date of issue, or during the period stated in the power of attorney, but in any event no longer than five year from date of issue. The power of attorney in the original and, when applicable, the registration certificate should be sent in due time prior to the Meeting, to Biotage AB at the address Box 8, 75103 Uppsala, Sweden. A proxy form is available at www.biotage.com/fullmakt. Nominee registrationTo be entitled to participate in the Meeting, shareholders whose shares are nominee registered must temporarily have the shares owner-registered with Euroclear Sweden AB. Shareholders who wish to make such re-registration must notify their nominee thereof. Shareholders must inform their nomine of such re-registration well before Wednesday, April 22, 2015, when such re-registration must have been executed. Right to request informationThe shareholders are reminded of their right to ask questions to the board of directors and the CEO at the Meeting in accordance with Chapter 7 Section 32 of the Swedish Companies Act. Shareholders who want to submit questions in advance may do so by mail to Biotage AB, Box 8, SE-75103 Uppsala, Sweden or by e-mail to deltagare@biotage.com (deltagare@eu.biotage.com). Number of shares and votesIn the company there are in total 64,714,447 shares outstanding with one vote each. The re-purchase authorization granted at the Annual General Meeting 2014 has not been utilized. Proposed Agenda 1. Opening of the Meeting and election of the chairman. 2. Preparation and approval of the voting list. 3. Approval of the agenda. 4. Election of two persons to approve the minutes. 5. Determination whether the Meeting has been duly convened. 6. Presentation of the annual report and the auditors report, as well as the consolidated accounts and the auditors report on the consolidated accounts. 7. Presentation of the work of the board of directors during the past year. 8. Speech by the CEO. 9. Resolutions on approval of the income statement and the balance sheet, and the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet.10. Resolution on allocation of the company’s profit or loss pursuant to the approved balance sheet.11. Resolution on discharge from liability for the board members and the CEO.12. Resolution on the number of board members and deputy board members to be elected by the Meeting.13. Resolution on the fees payable to the board of directors and the auditors.14. Election of board members and any deputy board members, and chairman of the board of directors.15. Election of auditors.16. Resolution on the nomination committee.17. Resolution on guidelines for compensation for the executive management.18. Resolution on authorization for the board of directors to issue shares and/or convertibles.19. Resolution on authorization for the board of directors to acquire and transfer own shares.20. Closing of the Meeting. Proposals of the nomination committee Items 1 and 12 to 15 – Election of chairman at the Meeting, resolution on the number of board members and deputy board members to be elected by the Meeting, resolution on fees payable to the board of directors and auditors and election of board members and chairman of the board of directors and election of auditors The nomination committee of Biotage AB, consisting of Thomas Ehlin (4:e AP-fonden), Anders Walldov (Brohuvudet AB and direct holding), Andreas Bladh (Varenne AB) and Ove Mattsson (Chairman of the board of directors) proposes the following: - Ove Mattsson shall be elected chairman of the Meeting. - Six board members (with no deputy board members) shall be elected. - A fixed fee of SEK 1,220,000 shall be determined for the period up to and including the annual general meeting 2016 to be distributed as follows: the chairman shall receive SEK 420,000 and each of the other board members elected by the Meeting who are not employed by the company shall receive SEK 160,000. In addition to that, a fee shall be paid to the members of the auditing committee of an aggregate of not more than SEK 100,000, whereof the chairman shall receive SEK 50,000 and the other two members SEK 25,000 each and a fee shall be paid to the members of the compensation committee of an aggregate of not more than SEK 40,000 whereof the chairman shall receive SEK 20,000 and the other two members SEK 10,000 each. - Fees payable to the auditors for the period up to and including the annual general meeting 2016 shall, as before, be paid against approved account. - Re-election for the period until the end of the annual general meeting to be held 2016 of the currently elected members of the board of directors, Thomas Eklund, Anders Walldov, Ove Mattsson, Nils Olof Björk, Peter Ehrenheim and Karolina Lawitz. Ove Mattsson is proposed to be re-elected as chairman of the board of directors. - Election of the auditing firm Deloitte AB, with Fredrik Walmeus as auditor in charge, as the company’s auditor for the period until the end of the annual general meeting to be held 2016. Item 16 - Resolution on the nomination committeeThe nomination committee proposes that the Meeting resolves as follows: the chairman of the board of directors shall be elected member of the nomination committee and shall be instructed to appoint, in consultation with the (by voting rights) major shareholders of the company as per September 1, 2015, another three members. The nomination committee shall appoint one of the members to be the chairman of the nomination committee. The chairman of the board of directors shall not be appointed as chairman of the nomination committee. In case a shareholder, whom a member of the nomination committee represents, is no longer one of the (by voting rights) major shareholders of the company, or if a member of the nomination committee is no longer employed by such shareholder or for any other reason leaves the nomination committee before the annual general meeting 2016, the other members of the nomination committee shall jointly have the right to appoint another representative of the major shareholders to replace such member. The nomination committee shall, before the annual general meeting 2016, prepare proposals for the election of chairman and other members of the board of directors, the election of chairman of the annual general meeting, the election of auditors, the determination of fees and matters pertaining thereto. Proposals of the board of directors Item 10 - Resolution on the appropriation of earningsThe board of directors proposes a dividend of SEK 0.75 per share. Record date for dividend is proposed to be Thursday, 30 April 2015. Payment of dividend is estimated to be effectuated by Euroclear Sweden AB on Wednesday 6 May 2015. Item 17 – Resolution on guidelines for compensation for the executive managementThe board of directors’ proposes that the Meeting resolves to adopt guidelines for compensation for the executive management substantially in accordance with the following. The company shall strive to offer members of the executive management of the company a compensation that is adjusted to the conditions of the market. The compensation committee shall prepare and present such compensation proposals to the board of directors for resolution. In the compensation proposals the importance of the work, competence, experience and performance shall be taken into account. The compensation may consist of: fixed yearly income, variable income, pension benefits, discretionary bonus arrangements, and severance pay. The board of directors may for certain special purposes, if it is motivated by special circumstances, choose to deviate from these guidelines. Item 18 - Resolution on authorization for the board of directors to issue shares and/or convertiblesThe board of directors proposes that the Meeting adopts a resolution to authorize the board of directors to, until the annual general meeting 2016, at one or several occasions and with or without deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, adopt resolutions to issue shares and/or convertibles. The board of directors shall have the right to resolve that the shares and/or the convertibles shall be paid in kind or otherwise be subject to conditions referred to in Chapter 2 Section 5 second paragraph 1-3 and 5 of the Swedish Companies Act or that the shares and/or the convertibles shall be subscribed for with a right of set-off. The shareholders shall retain their preferential rights if the board of directors resolves to issue new shares against cash contribution. The board of directors resolutions to issue shares and/or convertibles may result in an increase of the number of shares in the company of not more than 6,470,000 shares, in the aggregate (assuming full conversion of the convertibles and before any re-calculations according to the conditions of the convertibles). Notwithstanding the preceding section regarding preferential rights for existing shareholders in case of an issue of shares against cash contribution, directed issues may be made in order to finance acquisitions of companies or parts of companies. In case of a directed cash issue of shares, the subscription price for the new shares shall be determined in close connection with the share price for the Biotage share on the Nasdaq Stockholm at the time of the issue. In case of a directed cash issue of convertibles, the pricing and conditions of the convertibles shall be in line with market conditions. Considering the above, the board of directors shall also be authorized to resolve on such other conditions that the board of directors finds necessary to carry out the issues. The reasons for the right to deviate from the shareholders preferential rights are to enable the company to, in a quick and effective way, finance acquisitions of companies or parts of companies. In case of full exercise of the authorization, and assuming full conversion of any issued convertibles (however before any re-calculations according to the conditions of the convertibles), the dilution effect corresponds to approximately 9.99 per cent of the share capital and the votes. The board of directors, or any person appointed by the board of directors, shall be authorized to make minor adjustments of the resolution adopted by the Meeting in order to fulfil the registration with the Swedish Companies Registration Office (Sw. Bolagsverket). A resolution by the Meeting to adopt the board of directors’ proposal shall be valid only where shareholders holding no less than two thirds of the votes cast as well as the shares represented at the Meeting approve the resolution. Item 19 - Resolution on authorization for the board of directors to acquire and transfer own shares 1. The board of directors proposes that the Meeting resolves to authorize the board of directors to acquire and transfer own shares on Nasdaq Stockholm substantially in accordance with following: 2. The authorisation may be utilised on one or more occasions, however not longer than until the annual general meeting 2016. 3. The company may purchase at the most so many shares that the company’s holding of own shares after the purchase amounts to a maximum of one-tenth of all the shares in the company. Number of transferred shares may not exceed the shares actually held by the company at time of the board’s resolution to transfer the shares. Acquisitions and transfers of shares may only take place at a price within the price interval at any time recorded on the Nasdaq Stockholm, and this shall refer to the interval between the highest buying price and the lowest selling price. The purpose of the proposed repurchase option is to give the board of directors wider freedom of action in the work with the company’s capital structure. There is a requirement for a resolution to be passed in accordance with the board’s proposal that the resolution of the Meeting is supported by shareholders representing at least 2/3 of both the votes cast and of the shares represented at the Meeting. DocumentsThe accounting documents and the auditor’s report and the complete proposal for the resolution under item 17, 18, and 19 above together with the auditor’s report in accordance with Chapter 8 Section 54 of the Swedish Companies Act and the board of directors report in accordance with Chapter 18 Section 4 and Chapter 19 Section 22 of the Swedish Companies Act will be held available at the company at the address Vimpelgatan 5 in Uppsala as from Tuesday, April 7, 2015. The above documents will also be sent to shareholders upon request and will also be available on the company’s website www.biotage.com and at the Meeting. Contact:Torben Jörgensen, President and CEOTel: +46 707 49 05 84, torben.jorgensen@biotage.com   Uppsala in March 2015Biotage AB (publ)The board of directors Biotage discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.30 on 26 March 2015. About BiotageBiotage offers efficient separation technologies from analysis to industrial scale and high quality solutions for analytical chemistry from research to commercial analysis laboratories. Biotage’s products are used by government authorities, academic institutions, pharmaceutical and food companies, among others. The company is headquartered in Uppsala and has offices in the US, UK, China and Japan. Biotage has approx. 290 employees and had sales of 490 MSEK in 2014. Biotage is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm stock exchange. Website: www.biotage.com

Biotage AB (publ) publishes its 2014 Annual Report and Corporate Governance Report and new Financial Goals

Biotage’s 2014 Annual Report and Corporate Governance Report are as of today available at: www.biotage.com  Biotage has previously had three financial goals that form a basis for the strategic plan – one goal for organic growth, one gross margin goal and one EBIT margin goal. The gross margin and EBIT margin goals are to some extent overlapping. Hence, the board has resolved to refine the financial goals with one goal for organic growth and one goal for EBIT margin. There will be a continued focus on the gross margin also going forward as part of the efforts to reach the EBIT margin goal. From now and on Biotage have two financial goals in its business, an organic growth goal of 8 percent and an EBIT-goal of 10 percent. The goals are formulated as an average for the three-year period 2013-2015. Contact:Torben Jörgensen, President and CEOTel: +46 707 49 05 84, torben.jorgensen@biotage.com  Biotage discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.30 on March 26, 2015. About BiotageBiotage offers efficient separation technologies from analysis to industrial scale and high quality solutions for analytical chemistry from research to commercial analysis laboratories. Biotage’s products are used by government authorities, academic institutions, pharmaceutical and food companies, among others. The company is headquartered in Uppsala and has offices in the US, UK, China and Japan. Biotage has approx. 290 employees and had sales of 490 MSEK in 2014. Biotage is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm stock exchange. Website: www.biotage.com

Moberg Pharma announces grant of EU Patent for MOB-015 related to topical treatment of onychomycosis (nail fungus)

The new EU patent comprises composition of matter claims directed to novel topical formulations of antifungal allylamines (including terbinafine), as well as claims directed to methods of treatment of onychomycosis using these novel formulations, which enable enhanced penetration of antifungal allylamines into and through the nail. Moberg Pharma is pursuing corresponding patent approval in all major territories. "The granted European patent in addition to the recently approved U.S. patent strengthens the value of our MOB-015 asset. We continue to progress discussions with potential partners and are preparing for start of phase III in 2016,” said Peter Wolpert, CEO of Moberg Pharma AB. Mr. Wolpert added: “The rapid growth of the value of the U.S. Rx onychomycosis market during the last 9 months further strengthens the attractiveness of the indication. Based on the phase II results, MOB-015 has the potential to become superior to other topical treatments, including the recently launched products.” About MOB-015 and Onychomycosis                 Approximately 10% of the general population suffer from onychomycosis and a majority of those afflicted go untreated. The prescription market is growing rapidly after the recent introduction of new topical treatments in North America and Japan. Moberg Pharma expects the U.S. market alone to exceed $2 billion by 2020 and estimates the peak sales potential for MOB-015 to be in the range of $250-$500 million. MOB-015 is an internally developed topical formulation of terbinafine building on Moberg Pharma’s experience from the OTC market. Oral terbinafine is the gold standard for treating onychomycosis, but associated with safety issues including drug interactions and liver injury. Prior to MOB-015, developing a topical terbinafine treatment without the safety issues of oral terbinafine has been highly desirable, but unsuccessful due to insufficient delivery of the active substance through the nail. In a recent Phase II study, MOB-015 demonstrated delivery of high microgram levels of terbinafine into the nail, as well as through the nail plate into the nail bed. Mycological cure of 54% and significant clear nail growth was observed in patients who completed the recent phase II study. The results are remarkable, particularly when taking into account that the majority of the patients treated had severely affected nails – on average approximately 60% of the nail plate was affected by the infection. About this information               Moberg Pharma discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 8.30 a.m. (CET) on March 26, 2015.

Recipharm and Adroit Science form collaboration to expand service offering

“I am very excited about this collaboration”, says Carl-Johan Spak, Executive Vice President, Development & Technology at Recipharm. “With the addition of development services from Adroit, we will have a very competitive offering, which will help our customers to progress their projects in a highly efficient way.  Adroit Science AB has fast established itself as one of the leading providers of solid state characterisation services in Northern Europe. Indeed, we can offer an even better service to our customers through this collaboration, including complete development from molecule to product.” “Adroit Science and Recipharm have already cooperated in a number of successful projects, and this formal partnership marks the logical next step in the mutual development of our strategic relationship. We are delighted to join forces with a leading CDMO like Recipharm and predict that this will bring new opportunities in worldwide customer support” remarked Hans Gredeby, CEO of Adroit Science AB. Contact informationCarl-Johan Spak, EVP Development & Technology, carl-johan.spak@recipharm.com,+46 8 6025 313Hans Gredeby, CEO Adroit Science AB, +46 46 2756 121 For media enquiries, please contact Tristan Jervis or Alex Heeley at De Facto Communications on: E-mail: t.jervis@defacto.com  (t.jervis@defacto.com%20)or a.heeley@defacto.comTel: +44 (0) 207 861 3019/3043 About RecipharmRecipharm is a leading CDMO (Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation) in the pharmaceutical industry employing some 2,200 employees.  Recipharm offers manufacturing services of pharmaceuticals in various dosage forms, production of clinical trial material including API and pharmaceutical product development. Recipharm manufactures more than 400 different products to customers ranging from Big Pharma to smaller research- and development companies. Recipharm’s turnover is approximately SEK 3.3 billion and the Company operates development and manufacturing facilities in Sweden, France, the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy and Portugal and is headquartered in Jordbro, Sweden. The Recipharm B-share (RECI B) is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm.   For more information on Recipharm and our services, please visit www.recipharm.com       About Adroit Science ABAdroit Science Sweden, is an expert company dedicated to the exploration and characterization of substances and formulations. From our modern lab at Medicon Village in Lund we provide advanced laboratory and consultancy services to the pharmaceutical industry with focus on solid state characterization and understanding. The company was started in 2012 and our customers include the full range from small innovator to major top-10 pharma companies as well as drug substance manufacturers. More information can be found on our website www.adroitscience.com

Probi signs agreement with leading VMS supplier in Canada

Probi has signed a distribution and supply agreement with Jamieson, the leading Canadian producer of vitamins, minerals and supplements (VMS), for the launch of Probi Digestis® starting in March 2015. Jamieson’s new range of gastrointestinal products, Digestive CareTM, will feature Probi Digestis within the line’s leading product, Daily Relief. Probi has already received its first order valued at MSEK 2.5. Jamieson has produced vitamins and supplements since 1922 by combining strict pharmaceutical standards with natural ingredients. The company is the market leader in Canada, accounting for more than one fourth of the VMS market. Jamieson also occupies a leading position in probiotics as number two in the Canadian market. “We are very pleased with our agreement with Jamieson and are looking forward to strengthening our presence in the North American probiotics market,” says Peter Nählstedt, CEO of Probi. The digestive health market is growing Digestive issues are a growing problem in today’s society and they become more prominent with age. The North American diet is highly processed and the nutrient level is poor. More than 50 percent of Canadians suffer from digestive disorders every year. Five million Canadians suffer from IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and an additional 120,000 people develop IBS each year. As consumers continue to learn more about the health benefits of probiotics, this product category in particular continues to grow. Awareness of probiotics in Canada has increased due to factors such as the marketing efforts of the yoghurt industry. According to Nielsen data, the probiotics market grew by 20 per cent in 2014 and the majority of the growth is related to digestive disorders. The launch of high-quality probiotics As a response to this market need, Jamieson will launch Digestive Care Daily Relief – a probiotic which has been approved to naturally relieve and manage gas, bloating and abdominal discomfort, symptoms that are commonly associated with IBS. Digestive Care Daily Relief contains Probi Digestis – Probis probiotic Gastro concept based on the strain Lactobacillus plantarum 299v. “In Probi Digestis, we found a high-quality probiotic product with good clinical documentation that fits very well with our increasing focus on products for digestive balance,” says Stacey Salmon, Brand Manager at Jamieson. “When it comes to helping relieve the symptoms of IBS, more published studies have proven the effectiveness of this particular strain than any other in the market.” “In addition, Digestive Care Daily Relief has no gluten, lactose or any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives,” Stacey adds. Jamieson will launch the new product with an extensive national marketing campaign starting in May, including TV advertising, PR, in-store displays, digital advertising and social media marketing. Probi Digestis will be prominently displayed on front of the product package. The campaign will support the use of Digestive Care Daily Relief for IBS and for optimal digestive health. The information is such that Probi AB must disclose in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Peter Nählstedt, CEO, Probi, tel +46 46 286 89 23 or mobile +46 723 86 99 83, e-mail: peter.nahlstedt@probi.se Niklas Bjärum, VP Marketing & Sales, Probi, tel +46 46 286 89 67 or mobile +46 705 38 88 64, e-mail: niklas.bjarum@probi.se ABOUT PROBI Probi AB is a Swedish publicly traded bioengineering company that develops effective and well-documented probiotics. Through its world-leading research, Probi has created a strong product portfolio in the gastrointestinal health and immune system niches. Probi’s products are available to consumers in more than 30 countries worldwide. Probi’s customers are leading food, health-product and pharmaceutical companies in the Functional Food and Consumer Healthcare segments. In 2014, Probi had sales of MSEK 135. The Probi share is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Small Cap. Probi has about 3,000 shareholders. Read more at www.probi.se ABOUT JAMIESON Established in 1922, Jamieson is Canada’s largest manufacturer and distributor of advanced natural-health products and a world-leading innovator in the development of proprietary formulas. With corporate offices in Toronto, Jamieson exports products to more than 50 countries. For more information visit jamiesonvitamins.com. Join Jamieson on Facebook, or on Twitter @Jamieson_Labs.

Board composition proposal by Boliden’s Nomination Committee

Boliden’s Nomination Committee will propose to the Annual General Meeting of shareholders, to be held on 5 May 2015, that Elisabeth Nilsson is elected as a new Member of the Board, and that current Board Members Marie Berglund, Staffan Bohman, Tom Erixon, Lennart Evrell, Ulla Litzén, Michael G:son Löw and Anders Ullberg are re-elected. Anders Ullberg is further proposed to be re-elected as Chairman of the Board. Leif Rönnbäck has declined re-election. Elisabeth Nilsson is County Governor of Östergötland. She has a B.Sc. in Mine Engineering and is a former Managing Director of the Swedish Steel Producers’ Association. Elisabeth Nilsson has also worked for the SSAB Group as Head of Metallurgy in Oxelösund and as Managing Director of SSAB Merox. She is a Member of the Board of Directors of Outokumpu and a delegate to the Annual General Meeting of Skandia Mutual Life Insurance Company. Boliden’s Nomination Committee comprises Jan Andersson of Swedbank Robur fonder (Chairman), Anders Algotsson of AFA Försäkring, Hans Ek of SEB Investment Management, Lars-Erik Forsgårdh, Frank Larsson of Handelsbanken Fonder, Anders Oscarsson of AMF and Anders Ullberg, Boliden’s Chairman of the Board. The Nomination Committee’s additional proposals will be presented in the notice convening the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and on www.boliden.com. For further information, please contact: Anders Ullberg, Chairman of the Board of Directors, tel:+46 70 632 63 71 Boliden is a metals company with a commitment to sustainable development. Our roots are Nordic, but our business is global. The company’s core competence is within the fields of exploration, mining, smelting and metals recycling. Boliden has a total of approximately 4,900 employees and a turnover of SEK 37 billion. Its share is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, segment Large Cap. www.boliden.com

Clavister’s New Next-generation Security Gateway Delivers Enterprise Performance to SMEs and Branch Offices

Jim Carlsson, CEO of Clavister, said: “The E80’s versatile feature-set, high-performance and value-added functions such as centralised management, server load balancing and WAN load balancing included as standard makes it one of the most competitive security gateways available.  It gives SMEs enterprise-grade protection without the cost overhead.  Clavister continues to drive the network security market forward with innovative use of technology that delivers improved performance and other key benefits to our customers.” Carlsson continues: ”The unique combination of price, performance and functionality that makes it one of the most competitive products on the market today is the result of our proprietary and resource efficient security operating system utilising the latest in technology from Intel”. The E80 supports Clavister’s next-generation firewall services including True Application Control, Content Security Services and User Identity Awareness.  True Application Control service enables in-depth analysis and management of application content, helping to identify Skype IDs, SQL queries, Facebook chat text, VoIP call information and more.  Together with User Identity Awareness, this gives powerful, granular visibility and control over users’ access to applications across networks, enabling busi­ness-critical application usage to be prioritised and increasing overall business productivity.  Clavister’s Content Security Services include IDS / IPS, web content filtering and antivirus, giving users advanced security functions to help protect organisations against web threats. The Clavister E80 is available in two license models, standard and Pro, and is available for immediate shipping from Clavister Certified Distributors and Resellers. The E80 series is priced from 770 euros, and is available from Clavister’s global partner network.

ISG Makes Key Engineering Services Appointment

ISG has appointed Danny Blakeston as managing director for its Engineering Services business, which operates within the research and development (R&D), pharmaceutical, healthcare, data center and critical infrastructure sectors. Promoted from within the company, Danny brings a wealth of technical engineering experience to the role, across a 20+ year career that has included 15 years' at ISG, where Danny has proved instrumental in growing the capability and reputation of this strategically important part of the business. Directing many of ISG’s most prestigious and high-profile projects, Danny’s significant delivery credentials and ability to forge strong customer and consultant relationships will prove key as the business moves to take a greater share of the wider engineering services market. ISG’s Engineering Services division provides a comprehensive market offer, including feasibility, audit and delivery, through to testing and commissioning. Danny Blakeston commented: “The demand for trusted contracting partners operating in the specialist engineering services space has never been higher, with organisations seeking robust solutions to technically complex challenges. ISG is an ambitious business and I’m delighted to be taking this successful division forward, reinforcing and building upon our outstanding reputation for technical expertise, collaboration, our innovative approach and absolute focus on operational continuity for customers.”

Does Lance Armstrong represent a modern day cultural religion?

Infamous cycling champion and high profile cancer survivor Lance Armstrong is a self-professed atheist.  Raised by his church deacon step-father, a violent and overbearing man, Armstrong rejected conventional religion in his early life. Yet throughout much of his suffering and cycling career, Armstrong has openly worn a silver cross. New research in the Journal of Contemporary Religion  (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13537903.2015.986981)explores his journey through defeating cancer, sporting triumph and drugs scandal, and asks must spirituality go hand-in hand with religion? Lance Armstrong believes not. The cross: an icon synonymous with religious faith, though not always. Goths and punks wear them as fashion statements and Armstrong wears his to cross boundaries between religious and secular realms to express his own version of spirituality. Despite his scepticism, his autobiographies reveal a fascination for religious imagery and make reference to salvation, God, angels and heaven. Armstrong himself openly acknowledges his contradictions, attributing them to his ‘survivorship’ and ‘spirituality of suffering’. Having faced death, he did not pray but ‘hoped hard’, and began earnest activism for ‘comrades in chemo’, via his foundation which yielded huge financial and medical care to cancer sufferers worldwide. His personal suffering and altruism led to an epiphany and a state of non-religious spirituality. He quotes “I do believe, just not necessarily the same way they do. I’m a spiritual person who lacks a vocabulary for it”. Armstrong’s cross was a present from his mother, who also gave one to his friend and fellow cancer sufferer. They pledged to wear them as a bond between them and when his friend died, he constantly wore his as promised. So here stands Armstrong, a professed believer in all things solely material, physical and scientific, but also the purveyor of a powerful religious icon. To make sense of this atheist/spiritual paradox, should we accept that in contemporary culture religion is not always religious in the sacred sense? Instead we are seeing a ‘cultural religion’ where the secular and religious collide to form a new postmodern spirituality.  The question that begs to be asked of Lance Armstrong now, of course, is how his spiritual beliefs can help him in returning from his doping cheat shame. Many will believe he has to pedal harder now to reach ‘the God of mercy and compassion’ traditionally symbolised by the cross he chooses to wear. NOTE TO JOURNALISTSWhen referencing the article: Please include Journal title, author, published by Taylor & Francis and the following statement: * Read the full article online:http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13537903.2015.986981 About Taylor & Francis Group Taylor & Francis Group partners with researchers, scholarly societies, universities and libraries worldwide to bring knowledge to life.  As one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, ebooks and reference works our content spans all areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, and Technology and Medicine. From our network of offices in Oxford, New York, Philadelphia, Boca Raton, Boston, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, Stockholm, New Delhi and Johannesburg, Taylor & Francis staff provide local expertise and support to our editors, societies and authors and tailored, efficient customer service to our library colleagues. For more information, please contact: Steven Turner, Marketing Co-ordinatorEmail: Steven.Turner@tandf.co.uk

Report from Concentric AB’s Annual General Meeting on 26 March 2015

As regards full details of the resolutions, a referral is made to the notice convening the AGM and the complete proposals. The notice convening the AGM and the complete proposals are available at the company’s website, www.concentricab.com. Adoption of the income statements and the balance sheets The AGM resolved to adopt the income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet for the financial year 2014. Dividend The AGM resolved, in accordance with the board’s and the managing director’s proposal, on a dividend of SEK 3.00 per share. The record date was set to 30 March 2015. The dividend is expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on 2 April 2015. Discharge from liability The general meeting discharged the directors and the managing director from personal liability towards the company for the administration of the company in 2014. Board of directors and auditors The AGM re-elected Stefan Charette, Marianne Brismar, Kenth Eriksson, Martin Lundstedt, Martin Sköld and Claes Magnus Åkesson as directors. The AGM also elected Susanna Schneeberger as a new director. The AGM re-elected Stefan Charette as chairman of the board. The registered accounting firm KPMG was re-elected as the company’s auditor until the end of the AGM 2016. The AGM resolved that the chairman of the board of directors will receive a consideration of SEK 500,000 and each of the other directors will receive SEK 240,000. Additional consideration will be paid with SEK 50,000 to the chairman of the compensation committee and with SEK 75,000 to the chairman of the audit committee. Fees to the auditor in respect of services performed are proposed to be paid against approved account. Guidelines for remuneration of senior executives The AGM resolved to adopt guidelines for remuneration of senior executives as proposed by the board of directors, principally unchanged in comparison to the guidelines of last year. Amendment of articles of association The AGM resolved to amend the articles of association so that the board will have its registered office in Stockholm instead of Örkelljunga. Retirement of repurchased own shares The AGM resolved to retire 1,363,470 of the company’s own repurchased shares. The retirement of shares is carried out through a reduction of share capital with retirement of shares and a subsequent bonus issue to restore the share capital. Altogether, the resolution results in the number of shares outstanding being reduced by 1,363,470 and the share capital being increased by SEK 41. Performance based incentive programme In accordance with the board’s proposal, the AGM resolved to establish a long-term performance based incentive programme, LTI 2015. The programme is offered to up to eight senior executives, including the managing director, and other key employees within the Concentric group, which, provided an own investment in Concentric shares, are offered stock options that, under certain conditions, gives participants the right to acquire Concentric shares after a three-year lock-up period. The LTI 2015 is expected to result in costs of MSEK 1.6 annually for Concentric if participants invest to their individual limits, and full vesting and annual 15 per cent share price growth is assumed. In addition to this, social security charges will apply in the year of vesting, 2018. Social security charges are expected to be expensed to an amount of MSEK 0.5 annually based on the same assumptions. Issue of warrants and approval of transfer of warrants As one of several options to secure a cost-efficient supply of Concentric shares for transfer under the LTI 2015, the AGM adopted the board's proposal to issue, free of charge, 180,000 warrants to its wholly-owned subsidiary Concentric Skånes Fagerhult AB. Should the board choose the option to utilize the warrants for delivery of shares under the LTI 2015, the dilution effect will total 0.4 per cent, otherwise the warrants will lapse and the dilution effect be nil. Furthermore, the AGM resolved to approve that Concentric Skånes Fagerhult AB, on one or more occasions, may transfer warrants to the participants in LTI 2015 in accordance with the terms and conditions of LTI 2015, and otherwise dispose of the warrants in order to cover costs related to, and fulfil obligations occurring under, LTI 2015. Acquisitions and transfers of own shares In accordance with the board’s proposal, the AGM resolved to authorise the board to acquire and/or transfer own shares, with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, on one or more occasions until the AGM 2016. Acquisition of the company’s own shares shall be made on Nasdaq Stockholm, for the purpose of, inter alia, increasing the flexibility for the board in connection with potential future corporate acquisitions, as well as to be able to improve the company’s capital structure and to cover costs for, and enable delivery of shares under, the LTI 2012 - LTI 2015. The company’s total holdings of own shares must not at any time exceed 10 per cent of the total number of shares in the company. Transfer of own shares can be made either on Nasdaq Stockholm or in any other manner, for the purpose of, inter alia, increasing the flexibility of the board in connection to potential future corporate acquisitions as well as to be able to improve the company’s capital structure and to cover costs relating to LTI 2012 - LTI 2015. The maximum number of shares that may be transferred is the total number of own shares held by the company at the time of the transfer. In accordance with the board of director’s proposal, the AGM approved the transfers of own shares to participants in the LTI 2015 on the terms and conditions that apply for the incentive programme. For further information, contact David Bessant, CFO, Telephone number: +44 121 445 65 45 

Magnificent symphonies side by side with new classics at the annual Baltic Sea Festival

“We are proud to also this year present fantastic artists and orchestras from around the whole Baltic Sea region as well as world-class music experiences,” said Michael Tydén, festival director and cofounder of the Baltic Sea Festival. “Environment, leadership and music represent the key pillars of the festival, and we are looking forward to seeing the Baltic Sea Festival increasingly become an active meeting place for the cooperation over national borders that we are striving after. The Baltic Sea, our mutual and highly vulnerable inland sea, represents the whole region’s circulatory system and unites us across national borders. Here, cooperation and dialogue are the key to our future.” The Baltic Sea Festival opens on 24 August by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conducted by principal guest conductor Kent Nagano. The programme celebrates the 150-year anniversary of Nielsen and Sibelius, with Martin Fröst as soloist in Nielsen’s Clarinet Concerto. Kent Nagano is considered one of the true authorities on Richard Strauss’ music and after the break we hear his interpretation of Ein Heldenleben. The 175-year anniversary of Tjajkovskij is greatly celebrated during the festival with two concert evenings with the Mariinskij Theatre Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev. On 25 August a concert with the five young musicians who won this year’s Tjajkovskij competition in Moscow is held. The programme will be presented later.  On 26 August an orchestral version of The Nutcracker – one of Tjajkovskij’s most beloved works – is performed. New music has always represented an important part of the Baltic Sea Festival. On 27 August Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts – for the first time in Sweden – his own work Karawane together with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Swedish Radio Choir. The premiere was in Zurich in September 2014. On 28 August the festival is visited by the Nordic Symphony Orchestra, with young musicians from the countries around the Baltic Sea. Together with conductor Anu Tali, they perform Vasks and Sjostakovitj. The Kiev Chamber Choir was a great success when they last visited the festival, and now they return with a concert at Sofia Church on 29 August with Ukrainian and Russian Orthodox music by Sylvestrov and Poleva, amongst others. Yet another anniversary is celebrated during the festival – 80 years of the living legend and future classic Arvo Pärt. On 29 August the Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra performs Pärt’s symphonies and Swansong, conducted by Tōnu Kaljuste. The conclusion to this year’s festival is set to be magnificent with Schönberg’s Gurrelieder performed by a symphony orchestra compiled of musicians from the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, together with four choirs, at Stockholm Concert Hall on 30 August. This is the first time since 1999 that the work will be performed in Sweden – it is also the first time that the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra perform together. Conductor is Esa-Pekka Salonen, and a total of 300 artists will be present on the stage. Music, environment and leadership Several seminars will be held during the week about the festival’s three key pillars – music, environment and leadership. A special programme with focus on a sustainable blue economy is held by the festival’s partners Swedish World Wildlife Fund WWF in cooperation with Stockholm Resilience Centre and the Raoul Wallenberg Academy. The fundraising initiative “Help us help the Baltic Sea” will continue. A new partner to the Baltic Sea Festival is the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI), which is organising a seminar during the festival with the theme Russian cultural politics. The seminar has its roots in the research project Art and Protest in Putin’s Russia. Children from El Sistema and the young Baltic Sea Quartet return to the festival this year. More programme details will be presented later in the spring. The Baltic Sea Festival 2015 takes place over seven days, 24–30 August. Tickets are released on 27 March.For detailed programme, press photos and further information, visit: www.balticseafestival.com

Proposed board and nomination committee members

Stavanger, 26 March 2015: Reference is made to announcement of 6 March 2015 concerning notice to an extraordinary general meeting in Norwegian Energy Company ASA ("Noreco" or the Company") to be held tomorrow, Friday 27 March 2015, at 12:00 CET. The main purpose of the extraordinary general meeting is to appoint a new board that can reflect the shareholder base following conversion of bond debt completed on 24 March 2015. On behalf of itself and in discussion with other large shareholders following the debt to equity conversion, Sparinvest S.A. has made the following proposal regarding the composition of the new board: Silje Augustson, chair (re-elected)Riulf Rustad, board member (new)Julian Balkany, board member (new)Andreas Greve-Isdahl, alternate board member (re-elected) Riulf Rustad (52) is a Norwegian citizen residing in Norway. He has been investment director with Storebrand and has since 2000 been an investor with investments in various sectors such as oil & gas and oil services. Rustad holds various board positions including companies quoted on Oslo Børs. Julian Balkany (34) is a French citizen residing in London. He has been managing director of Nanes Delorme Capital Management LLC and has since October 2014 been a non-executive Chairman of Panoro Energy which is publicly listed on Oslo Børs. He holds various other positions in the oil and gas sector. The remuneration of the members of the board will remain at the present level pending further discussion and assessments together with the new nomination committee. Any revised compensation structure will be proposed at the upcoming annual general meeting. However, with respect to Riulf Rustad it is the intention that the Company and the board will separately engage him on a consultancy basis through his company at NOK 2 000 per hour (excluding VAT) in respect of such engagement. He will additionally be expected to be compensated for a sale of certain assets in the range of NOK 500 000 to NOK 1 000 000. He will also be expected to receive 1% of net insurance proceeds received by the Company's bondholders and/or shareholders. With respect to the composition of the nomination committee, it is proposed that the following be elected to comprise such: Richard Sjøqvist, chair (new)Lars Purlund (new)Kristian Utkilen (re-elected) Richard Sjøqvist (51) is a Norwegian citizen residing in Norway. He is a board member and partner in the lawfirm BA-HR DA. Lars Purlund is a Danish citizen residing in Denmark. He is a representative of Sparinvest S.A. Sparinvest S.A. holds 14.65 % of the outstanding shares in Noreco. The above proposals have been sent to the current nomination committee. In light of the above, the nomination committee will not make any separate proposal to the general meeting. In addition to the above proposed changes to the Company's board, representatives of the NOR06 bond issued by Noreco Norway AS has proposed that Roar Flom be appointed to the board of Noreco Norway AS as an independent director. Roar Flom (60) is a Norwegian citizen residing in Norway. He has been CFO of Leif Høegh & Co ASA and has his background from Saga Petroleum and banking. He currently holds various positions as board member, hereunder Höegh LNG AS and Den Norske Krigsforsikring for Skib. The potential appointment of Flom will be considered by the new board of the Company once appointed and ultimately in a general meeting in Noreco Norway AS. Contact:investorrelations@noreco.com

LJMU GOALS weight management programme proves 90% effective in tackling childhood obesity

A Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) weight management programme to tackle childhood obesity concluded with over 90% of participants* in its final year losing weight and enjoying healthier lifestyles. GOALS was developed by LJMU’s School of Sport and Exercise Sciences in partnership with Liverpool City Council and Liverpool Primary Care Trust (PCT) Additionally, a  recent article published by the LJMU Physical Activity Exchange (http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/PAexchange/index.htm) has shown positive results for the GOALS weight management programme with children who completed it from 2006 – 2009, losing weight and improving their physical activity and eating habits.  Over the years it ran in Liverpool, GOALS helped over 400 families with overweight children make changes to their physical activity and eating habits. The research study describes the complexities of designing and embedding a programme for children who are overweight, and shows a little bit of patience pays off in the long-run.   Project manager and principal researcher, LJMU’s Dr Paula Watson, stated: “Our results improved year-on-year as our staff grew in knowledge and experience.  By the time GOALS finished in 2013, over 90% of the children who completed the programme were showing improved weight status.” Annette James, Head of Children’s Health Improvement at Liverpool City Council, said:   “Obesity is a serious public health issue and maintaining a healthy weight in childhood and adolescence is absolutely key to long term good health.  This work carried out with local children and their parents was fun and friendly and was done in such a way as to bring long term changes to behaviour and health.   The GOALS programme was developed as a partnership and made a real difference to the children and families involved; it’s good to see those benefits being maintained over time.” Liverpool City Council, Public Health team have recently commissioned the Healthy Families Programme which builds on learning from the GOALS programme. (information http://www.liverpoolcommunityhealth.nhs.uk/health-services/healthy-families.htm ).  Dr Watson described how GOALS also helped children overcome issues of poor self-esteem and body image, which affect so many children who are overweight. “The study results showed positive improvements to children’s confidence, and the children who lost the most weight during GOALS had the greatest improvements in self-esteem a year later.”    Tracy Gow attended GOALS with her son Josh, then nine, between October 2007 and March 2008 and says the programme had a huge impact on their lives: “After enduring bullies throughout his childhood about his weight, we came to GOALS and he turned his life around.” Josh, now 17, is currently studying for his A-levels at Myerscough College in Preston, where Rugby is a huge part of his college life.  Telling us how Josh currently plays rugby for Lancashire County and hopes one day to represent his country, his mum said:  “I am amazed that this once overweight little boy of mine who had no confidence at all has grown into this wonderful fit young man who is dedicated to playing Rugby and keeping fit.  Coming from a kid who loathed exercise, how amazing!”  GOALS was a family-based programme that recognised the importance of everyone in the family becoming more physically active and eating healthily.  Seeing Josh do so well has spurred Tracy on to take up running and lose weight herself, saying:  “My neighbours say that we are the incredible shrinking family.  I have gone from a size 22 to a size 12 that I hadn’t been in for 17 years!! With Josh looking so brilliant it totally spurs me on.” Tracy puts their family’s changes down to what they learned at GOALS seven years ago, showing that small gradual changes really can make a big difference in the long-run.  “It turned our lives around in such a huge way and I know those changes would probably never had been made only for GOALS. Josh always asks 'Do you think GOALS would be made up with me?' I tell him that like the rest of his family, his GOALS family would be so very proud.” LJMU’s School of Sport and Exercise Science is celebrating 40 successful years since the beginnings of Sport Science. LJMU, formerly Liverpool Polytechnic, was the first institution in the world to host a single honours programme in Sport Science. Join the celebrations for ‘40 Years of Sport Science’ at www.ljmu.ac.uk/sport40/ Twitter: @LJMUSportSci #sportsci40 If you were involved in the GOALS programme (either as a child, a parent or a health practitioner) and would like to tell us how the programme helped you please contact: Paula Watson, p.m.watson@ljmu.ac.uk / 0151 231 4182 You can read the full research article at:  http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/5/2/e006519.full *90% rate based on 2013 results For interviews with Dr Paula Watson or participant’s parent Tracy Gow please contact the LJMU Press Office on 0151 231 3004 or via press@ljmu.ac.uk Obesity figures for children in England taken from Craig R, Mindell J, eds. Health survey for England 2012: health, social care and lifestyles. Leeds: Health and Social Care Information Centre, 2013.

Elekta issues a SEK 1 billion bond with five year maturity

The bond is divided in two tranches (the “Bonds”), fixed and floating. The first tranche of SEK 300 million has a fixed coupon rate of 1.580 percent paid annually and the second tranche of SEK 700 million has a floating interest rate of 3 months STIBOR plus an interest margin of 1.20 percent paid quarterly. Final terms of the Bonds are available on Elekta’s website www.elekta.com. Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB) acted as lead manager for the issue. # # # For further information, please contact:Håkan Bergström, CFO, Elekta ABTel: +46 8 587 25 547, e-mail: hakan.bergstrom@elekta.com         Time zone: CET: Central European TimeTobias Bülow, Director Financial Communication, Elekta ABTel: +46 722 215 017, e-mail: tobias.bulow@elekta.comTime zone: CET: Central European TimeThe above information is such that Elekta AB (publ) shall make public in accordance with the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was published at 14:00 CET on March 26, 2015.About ElektaElekta is a human care company pioneering significant innovations and clinical solutions for treating cancer and brain disorders. The company develops sophisticated, state-of-the-art tools and treatment planning systems for radiation therapy, radiosurgery and brachytherapy, as well as workflow enhancing software systems across the spectrum of cancer care. Stretching the boundaries of science and technology, providing intelligent and resource-efficient solutions that offer confidence to both health care providers and patients, Elekta aims to improve, prolong and even save patient lives.Today, Elekta solutions in oncology and neurosurgery are used in over 6,000 hospitals worldwide. Elekta employs around 3,800 employees globally. The corporate headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden, and the company is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm. Website: www.elekta.com.

Swedbank's Annual General Meeting 2015

Lars Idermark was elected Deputy Chair at the Board of Directors' statutory meeting held directly after the Annual General Meeting. The statutory meeting also decided that the Risk and Capital Committee shall consist of Göran Hedman, Chair, Anders Sundström, Ulrika Francke, Lars Idermark and Pia Rudengren. The Audit Committee shall consist of Ulrika Francke, Chair, Karl-Henrik Sundström, Siv Svensson, Anders Sundström and Maj-Charlotte Wallin. The Remuneration Committee shall consist of Anders Sundström, Chair, Lars Idermark and Anders Igel. FeesThe Annual General Meeting adopted the following fees: · Chair of the Board of Directors to SEK 2 390 000 (SEK 2 350 000), · Deputy Chair of the Board of Directors to SEK 815 000 (SEK 800 000), · Other Board members to SEK 510 000 (SEK 500 000), · Chair of the Board's Audit Committee to SEK 255 000 (SEK 250 000), · Other members of the Board's Audit Committee to SEK 205 000 (SEK 200 000), · Unchanged fees for each member of the Board's Remuneration Committee i.e. SEK 100 000, · Chair of the Board's Risk and Capital Committee to SEK 255 000 (SEK 250 000), · Other members of the Board's Risk and Capital Committee to SEK 205 000 (SEK 200 000). DividendThe Annual General Meeting decided that the dividend for fiscal 2014 distributed to shareholders shall be SEK 11.35 per ordinary share. The dividend cut-off date was set at 30 March 2015. Given the cut-off date, the dividend will be distributed by Euroclear on 2 April 2015. Other decisionsIn addition, the Annual General Meeting adopted the following: · Decision on the guidelines for remuneration to top executives · Decision to acquire own shares in accordance with the Securities Market Act · Decision on authorisation for the Board of Directors to decide on the acquisition of own shares in addition to acquisition in accordance with the Securities Market Act · Decision on authorisation for the Board of Directors to decide on the issuance of convertible debentures · Performance and share-based remuneration programme for 2015 for the Swedbank Group - partly a general 2015 programme and partly an individual 2015 programme -as well as a decision regarding the transfer of ordinary shares etc under the 2015 programmes and programmes adopted by previous Annual General Meetings. On Swedbank's website, www.swedbank.se/ir it will be possible via web TV, to watch Anders Sundström's and Michael Wolf's speeches to the Annual General Meeting. (http://www.swedbank.se/ir) For further information please contact:Cecilia Hernqvist, Group Head of Communications, Swedbank, tel. +46 8 585 907 41Anna Sundblad, Press Manager, Swedbank, tel. + 46 70 321 39 95 Swedbank promotes a sound and sustainable financial situation for the many people, households and companies. Our vision is to contribute to development “Beyond Financial Growth”. As a leading bank in the home markets of Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Swedbank offers a wide range of financial services and products. Swedbank has over 8 million retail customers and around 600 000 corporate customers and organisations with 314 branches in Sweden and 156 branches in the Baltic countries. The group is also present in other Nordic countries, the US and China. As of 31 December 2014 the group had total assets of SEK 2 121 billion. Read more at www.swedbank.com

London Cyrenians Launch “I’m In!” Mental Health Election Hustings Events in Hammersmith, Westminster, and Kensington & Chelsea.

LONDON, UK - Mental Health Charity London Cyrenians announced today that they, working in partnership with Westminster Mind, and with the support of K&C Mind, and Hammersmith & Fulham St. Mungo’s Broadway, have organised a series of mental health election hustings events prior to this year’s general election. 1 in 4 people within the United Kingdom will experience a mental health issue within one year. For some, these issues become long-lasting and end up with admissions into hospitals, and stays in supported accommodation while they work towards regaining their independence.On a national scale, mental health is becoming a more pertinent topic, however, the debate does not always necessarily trickle down to a more local level, and those living with mental health conditions tend to speak about being forgotten from the political landscape, and often express an extreme distrust of politics and politicians. Given the lack of empowerment that is felt by those within the mental health “system”, and the fact that they are, essentially, at the heart of a movement that is at the mercy of the ever-changing political landscape, it is a shame that many of those being treated for mental health issues feel disenfranchised, disheartened and disengaged. In order to combat this, “I’m In!” hustings events have been created, with the aim of increasing political empowerment, engagement, and education across the tri-borough area in London. The three “I’m In!” hustings events, that will take place in Hammersmith, Westminster, and Kensington & Chelsea have attracted support from the local community and representatives from the Conservative, Green, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties will be in attendance at each hustings. The events, dates, and panellists are as follows: Hammersmith - 15th of April, 11:30am – St Paul’s Centre, Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9PJ. Panellists include Andy Slaughter MP (Labour, incumbent MP), and Millicent Scott (Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate), Charlie Dewhirst (parliamentary candidate for the Conservative Party). Westminster - 16th of April, 11:30am – Queen Mother Sports Centre, 223 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, SW1V 1EL. Panellists include Karen Buck MP (Labour, incumbent MP for Westminster North), Jennifer Nadel (Green Party parliamentary candidate), and Baroness Liz Barker (Liberal Democrats). Conservative speaker TBC. Kensington - 17th of April, 11:30am – 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, Notting Hill, London, W8 4RT. Panellists include Emma Dent Coad (Labour), Robina Rose (parliamentary candidate for the Green Party), Cllr. Julie Mills (Conservative Councillor), and Robin McGhee (Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate). For each event, panelists will begin with 15 minute opening statements, followed by Q&A sessions with pre-prepared questions from the audience, who will set the agenda for discussion during this portion of each event. It is hoped that this event will build on the success of previous Mental Health Election Hustings arranged by Susan Worrell and London Cyrenians the run up to the 2010 United Kingdom General Election. Ravi Amruth, Senior Support Worker at London Cyrenians stated: “It’s absolutely fantastic that candidates from across the political landscape have come together to ensure that members of the electorate who are often marginalised, are able to make an informed and empowered choice at the ballot boxes on the 7th of May 2015. This event is synonymous with London Cyrenians’ ethos of customer choice, as customers will be setting the agenda for talking points during each event. I would like to thank the parties and representatives for their attendance and assistance, and also thank my colleagues and counterparts at London Cyrenians and Westminster Mind for their hard work in preparing for these events. I would also like to thank Kensington & Chelsea Mind, Hammersmith St. Mungo’s Broadway, and the commissioners of supported housing provisions in Westminster and K&C for their support. We hope to see a large turn-out on for each event, and look forward to seeing service users making an informed choice at the polls on May the 7 th .”

Notice of Annual General Meeting of Shareholders in Enea AB (publ)

Notice of attendance Shareholders who wish to attend the AGM must be recorded as shareholder in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB no later than Thursday April 30, 2015 and notify the Company no later than 5 p.m on Wednesday April 30, 2015. Notice of attendance can be given by post to Enea AB (publ), P.O. Box 1033, 164 21 Kista, by telephone +46 8 50 71 50 05 or by e-mail to arsstamma@enea.com. Notice of attendance shall contain name, personal- or corporate identification number, number of represented shares, address, telephone no. and assistant, if any, (no more than 2). Shareholders represented by proxy shall issue a dated proxy. The proxy may be valid for a maximum of five years if so has been specifically stated. If no term of validity is stated, the proxy is valid for one year. The proxy shall be submitted to the Company well ahead of the AGM to the address stated above. Proxies issued by a legal entity must be accompanied by an attested copy of the entity’s registration certificate. The registration certificate must not be older than one year. A proxy form will be kept available at the Company’s website www.enea.com/agm and will also be sent to shareholders who so request and state their address. In order to be entitled to attend the AGM, shareholder having shares registered in the name of a nominee must request the nominee to temporarily, and by no later than Thursday April 30, 2015, have the shares re-registered in the share register in their own name. The shareholder shall inform the nominee to that effect well in advance. Agenda Proposed agenda of the AGM 1.Opening of the meeting 2.Election of chairman of the AGM 3.Preparation and approval of the voting list 4.Approval of the agenda of the AGM 5.Election of one or two persons to verify the minutes and count votes (tellers) 6.Determination as to whether the AGM has been properly convened 7.Presentation by the managing director 8.Presentation of the annual report, the consolidated accounts, the auditors’ report and the auditors’ report on the consolidated accounts 9.Resolutions regarding a) adoption of the income statement and the balance sheet, the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet b) the appropriation of the Company’s profit or loss in accordance with the adopted balance sheet c) discharge of liability for the members of the board of directors and the managing director 10.Determination of the number of board members and deputy members and the number of auditors and deputy auditors 11.Determination of the fees to the board members and the auditors 12.Election of       a) members of the board of directors       b) chairman of the board       c) auditor 13.Resolution on the procedure on appointment of the members of the nominating committee 14.The board’s proposition on authorization for the board to acquire and transfer treasury shares 15.The board’s proposition on guidelines for remuneration to senior management 16.The board’s proposition on authorization for the board to issue new shares for share or business acquisitions 17.The board’s proposition to make a share split, redemption of shares and a corresponding “bonus issue” increase of the share capital 18.The board’s proposition regarding reduction of the share capital and a corresponding “bonus issue” increase of the share capital (cancellation) 19.Closing of the AGM Propositions The board’s proposition on the appropriation of the Company’s profit or loss (item 9 b) The board proposes that there will be no dividend distributed to the shareholders regarding the financial year 2014. The board instead propose a redemption programme as stated under item 17 of the agenda. Proposition by the nomination committee (NC) (item 2 and 10-13) The following persons serve on the nomination committee for the AGM 2015; Per Lindberg, Sverre Bergland (DnB Nor) and Anders Skarin (chairman of the board in Enea AB). The NC has appointed Per Lindberg as its chairman. The propositions by the NC are supported by a unanimous NC. The NC proposes that Anders Skarin is appointed to chair the AGM 2015. The NC proposes that the board shall consist of six ordinary members elected by the general meeting without any deputy members and that one auditor is appointed. According to NC’s proposition, the remuneration to the board shall be a total of SEK 1,600,000 to be allocated with SEK 420,000 to the chairman and SEK 200,000 to the rest of the members elected by the general meeting. The VC also proposes that SEK 180,000 shall be allocated amongst the board members due to contribution and activity in committee work. The NC proposes that the auditor shall receive reasonable compensation as per invoice. The NC proposes re-election of Kjell Duveblad, Mats Lindoff, Robert W Andersson and Torbjörn Nilsson as members of the board, election of Åsa Sundberg as new member of the board and Anders Skarin as chairman of the board. Åsa Landén Ericsson has declined re-election. The NC proposes re-election of Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB, with the certified accountant Niklas Renström as mainly responsible for the time being, as auditor for the period until the next AGM. The NC proposes that a new NC shall consist of representatives of two of the largest shareholders as well as the chairman of the board. The NC may, however, also consist of representatives of three or four of the largest shareholders as well as the chairman of the board, if the chairman of the board notices such an interest amongst the largest shareholders in connection with the formation of the NC. The chairman of the board is assigned to contact the four largest (according to number of votes) shareholders per September 30, 2015 and request them to each appoint a member of the NC. If fewer than two of those shareholders do not wish to appoint a member, additional shareholders (according to number of votes) will be requested to appoint a member of the NC. A shareholder representative should be appointed chairman of the NC. The names of the NC members shall be published in the Company’s third quarterly interim report. The period of mandate for the appointed NC shall run until the next NC has been appointed. If a substantial change occurs in the shareholder structure following the constitution of the NC, the NC shall be adjusted in accordance with the principles above. The NC shall prepare and make propositions to the AGM regarding election of the chairman of the AGM, election of the chairman of the board as well as other members of the board, remuneration for the board divided between the chairman and the other members as well as the principles for remuneration, if any, for work in committees, election and compensation of auditors and deputy auditors (if any) and principles for appointment of a new nomination committee. The NC shall have the right to charge the Company with costs for e.g. recruitment consultants and other costs that may arise in order for the NC to carry out its assignment. The board’s proposition on an authorization for the board to acquire and transfer treasury shares (item 14) The board proposes that the AGM authorizes the board to acquire and transfer treasury shares according to the following. Acquisitions of shares may only be made on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm (the ”Marketplace”) or in accordance with an offer to all shareholders in the company. Acquisition may only be made of such amount of shares that the Company’s holding of treasury shares at each time does not supersede ten per cent of all shares in the Company. Transfer of shares may be made in other ways than on the Marketplace, including a right to deviate from the shareholders preferential rights and that payment may be made by other means than by cash. A maximum of ten per cent of the total number of the shares in the Company may be transferred. The authorization stated above may be utilized on one or several occasions up until the annual general meeting 2016. Acquisitions of shares on the Marketplace may only be made at a price within the registered price interval at the Marketplace. Transfer of shares in connection with acquisitions of businesses may be made at a market price estimated by the board. The purpose of the authorization above to acquire and transfer shares is to continuously be able to adjust the capital structure of Enea AB to the capital needs of Enea AB, to enable financing, in whole or in part, in connection with acquisitions of businesses and for securing available shares in previously adopted stock purchase plans. Decisions following this item on the agenda require support of shareholders representing at least 2/3 of both cast votes as well as the shares represented at the meeting. The board’s proposition on guidelines for remuneration to senior management (item 15) Principles Remuneration to the chairman of the board and other members of the board is paid in accordance with the resolution by the AGM. The employee representatives are not granted remuneration. Remuneration for the managing director is decided by the board of directors following a proposition by the remuneration committee. Guidelines for remuneration to senior management are established by the AGM. Market rate terms for salaries and other employment terms is applied to the group management. In addition to fixed yearly salaries, the group management will also receive variable salaries. The variable salaries are based on the earning trend compared to fixed targets and have a maximum in absolute amounts stipulated individually on a yearly basis. Remuneration to certain senior managers within the Enea group of companies may also be paid by way of share related compensation. Pension agreement Other senior managers in Sweden have pension agreements that fall within the ITP-plan with a stipulated retirement age of 65 and pension premiums related to the salary of the employee. The ITP-plan is principally characterised as being based on beneficial grounds. The ITP-plan is assured by insurance in Alecta. Pension premiums will be paid regularly. Severance pay In case of termination of the managing director’s employment, the company will observe a notice period of six months and the managing director a notice period of six months towards the company. A severance pay corresponding to six months fixes salaries will apply if the Company terminates the employment. The managing director is entitled to a severance pay corresponding to six months salaries if the ownership in the Company is changed to the extent that there are new majority shareholders. All dismissal pay and severance pay will be reduced in relation to any other earned income. For all other senior management a notice period of 3-12 months applies. The board reserves the right to deviate from the proposed guidelines, if there are particular reasons at hand in a specific case. The board’s proposition on authorization for the board to issue new shares for share or business acquisitions (item 16) The board proposes that the AGM authorizes the board for the time period until the AGM 2016, at one or several occasions, to resolve on new share issues with deviation from the shareholders preferential rights and stipulating payment in kind or other conditions set out in chapter 13 section 5 first paragraph item 6 of the Swedish Companies Act and that the board may set the general terms of such new share resolutions. The authorization will however not comprise a right for the board to issue shares against cash payment and with deviation from the shareholders preferential rights. The issue price shall be based on market practice and the number of issued shares may at most equal ten per cent of the number of outstanding shares on the day of this notice. The reason for the deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights and the right to decide on payment in kind or other conditions stipulated in the Swedish Companies Act is to enable the Company to issue shares in order to acquire shares or businesses. Decisions following this item on the agenda require support of shareholders representing at least 2/3 of both cast votes as well as the shares represented at the meeting. The board’s proposition to make a share split, redemption of shares and a corresponding “bonus issue” increase of the share capital (item 17) The board proposes that the AGM resolves to execute an automatic redemption programme in accordance with the following proposal. All resolutions are proposed to be conditioned by each other, and to be adopted as one single resolution. A valid decision requires approval of shareholders representing at least two‐thirds of both the votes cast and the shares represented at the AGM. I.        Decision to execute a share split The board proposes that the AGM resolves to execute a share split, whereby each share in the Company is to be divided into two shares. One of these shares will be a so-called redemption share. II.       Decision to reduce the share capital by automatic redemption of shares The board proposes that the AGM resolves to reduce the Company’s share capital by SEK 9,177,857 by way of redemption of the redemption shares, i.e. a total of 16,739,724 shares, for repayment to the shareholders. The consideration for each redemption share shall be SEK 3.60. Redemption of treasury shares held by the Company will be without consideration. III.      Decision to increase the share capital by way of a bonus issue In order to restore the share capital to its original amount, the board proposes an increase of the share capital with SEK 9,177,857 without issuing any new shares by transfer of the issue amount from the company’s non-restricted reserve to the company’s share capital. Record days etc. The board proposes that the AGM resolves to authorize the board to set the record day for the share split and redemption respectively as well as the period for trading of redemption shares. The record day for the share split is estimated to May 18, 2015 and the record day for the redemption is estimated to June 4, 2015. The estimated term for trading is from May 20, 2015 up to and including June 2, 2015. Payment of consideration for redemption shares is expected to be made via Euroclear Sweden AB on or around June 9, 2015. The board’s proposition regarding reduction of the share capital and a corresponding “bonus issue” increase of the share capital (item 18) The Company currently holds a total of 652,792 treasure shares, of which 375,645 shares have been allocated for previously resolved employee stock purchase plans. The board proposes that the AGM resolves to cancel the remaining shares, re-purchased based on previous re-purchase authorization, by reducing the share capital of the Company by SEK 303,902 through a cancellation of a total of 277,147 shares, without repayment, for transfer to the Company’s non-restricted reserve. In order to achieve a time efficient cancellation procedure without the need for permission by the Swedish Companies’ Registration Office or an ordinary court of law, the board proposes that the AGM resolves to restore the Company’s share capital to its original amount by increasing the share capital with SEK 303,902 by means of a bonus issue without issuing new shares by transferring the amount of issue from the Company’s non-restricted reserve to the Company’s share capital. Other issues The total amount of shares and votes in the Company at the time of the issuance of this notice is 16,739,724 of which the Company has re-purchased and holds 652,792 treasury shares. The shareholders are reminded of their right to request information from the board and the managing director in accordance with chapter 7 section 32 of the Swedish Companies Act. Authorization The managing director is with full right of substitution proposed to be authorized to make necessary and small adjustments in order to enable registration of the resolutions at the Swedish Companies’ Registration Office. Documentation The annual report and the auditor’s report, a compilation of the proposed board members’ other engagements as well as the board’s complete proposals and other documentation will be available at the Company no later than three weeks prior to the AGM. The documents will also be available at www.enea.com/agm. Copies of the documents will be sent by post to shareholders requesting so and stating their postal address and will also be available at the AGM. ------------------------- Kista, March 2015Enea AB (publ)The board This English version is an unofficial translation. In case of discrepancies the Swedish version of this document shall prevail. For more information contact:Anders Skarin, Chairman of the boardPhone: +46 8 507 140 00 Anders Lidbeck, President & CEOPhone: +46 8 507 140 00E-mail: anders.lidbeck@enea.com Sofie Sarhed, Investor relationsPhone: +46 8 50 71 50 05E-mail: sofie.sarhed@enea.com About EneaEnea is a global vendor of Linux and Real-time operating system solutions including middleware, tools, protocols and services. The company is a world leader in developing software platforms for communication-driven products in multiple verticals, with extreme demands on high-availability and performance. Enea’s expertise in operating systems and high availability middleware shortens development cycles, brings down product costs and increases system reliability. The company’s vertical solutions cover telecom handsets and infrastructure, medtech, automotive and mil/aero. Enea has offices in Europe, North America and Asia, and is listed on NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm AB. For more information please visit enea.com or contact us at info@enea.com. Enea®, Enea OSE®, Netbricks®, Polyhedra® and Zealcore® are registered trademarks of Enea AB and its subsidiaries. Enea OSE®ck, Enea OSE® Epsilon, Enea® Element, Enea® Optima, Enea® Optima Log Analyzer, Enea® Black Box Recorder, Enea® LINX, Enea® Accelerator, Polyhedra® Lite, Enea® dSPEED Platform, Enea® System Manager and Embedded for Leaders(TM) are unregistered trademarks of Enea AB or its subsidiaries. Any other company, product or service names mentioned above are the registered or unregistered trademarks of their respective owner. © Enea AB 2015.

Notice to attend the Annual General Meeting of shareholders of Semcon AB (PUBL)

Participation in the Annual General Meeting and registration  Shareholders wishing to participate in the Annual General Meeting shall be registered in the Shareholders’ Register held by Euroclear Sweden AB as of Wednesday 22 April 2015 and have notified the company of their intention to attend by 4 p.m. on Wednesday 22 April 2015. Shareholders may be accompanied by at most two assistants, provided that the company is notified of this by the above date. Notification of participation at the Annual General Meeting shall be made in writing to Semcon AB, att. Annika Tedenhag, 417 80 Göteborg, Sweden, by email to annika.tedenhag@semcon.se or by telephone to +46 736-840799. Notification should include the shareholder’s name, social security number or corporate registration number, shareholdings, address, telephone number (business hours) and name(s) of assistant(s). Shares registered to trustees Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a trustee and who would like to participate in the Annual General Meeting must temporarily re-register their shares in their own name. Re-registration must be requested from the trustee and be executed at Euroclear Sweden AB by Wednesday 22 April 2015 at the latest. Shareholders who desire such re-registration must notify their trustees well in advance of this date.Representatives If a shareholder sends a representative the representative shall bring a written, signed and dated power of attorney (original) to the Annual General Meeting. The power of attorney may not be more than one year old, unless a longer period of validation (no more than five years) is stated in the power of attorney. If the power of attorney is issued by a legal entity, a certified copy of the registration certificate, or other document demonstrating the signatory’s authority to sign for the legal entity, must be included. To make entry to the meeting easier, copies of the power of attorney and other necessary documents must have reached the company by 22 April 2015 at the latest via the above email or postal addresses and be attached to the notification of attendance at the meeting. Forms granting power of attorney are available in Swedish and English on the company’s website, www.semcon.com and may also be ordered from the addresses and telephone number used for notification of attendance at the meeting. Number of shares and votes There are 18,112,534 shares and votes in the company. All shares are ordinary shares. The company owns 142,718 of the total shares. The company’s own shares do not entitle to voting at the Annual General Meeting. Proposed Agenda 1. Opening of the Annual General Meeting 2. Election of chairman of the Annual General Meeting 3. Drafting and approval of the voting list 4. Approval of the agenda 5. Election of two people to approve the minutes together with the chairman 6. Review as to whether the Annual General Meeting has been duly convened 7. Presentation of the annual report, auditors’ report and consolidated accounts and consolidated auditors’ report, along with a presentation of the work of the Board during the year  by the President; questions from the meeting to the Board and management team 8. Decision regarding adoption of the income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet 9. Decision regarding appropriation of the company’s profits according to the adopted balance sheet and record date for dividend10. Decision regarding discharge of liability for the board members and the CEO11. Presentation of the work and proposals of the nominations committee12. Decision regarding the number of Board members and deputies13. Decision regarding number of auditors and deputy auditors or registered public accounting firms14. Determination of remuneration to the Board of Directors15. Determination of remuneration to the auditors16. Election of Board chairman, Board members and possible deputies17. Election of auditors and deputy auditors or registered public accounting firms18. Decision regarding the nominations committee19. Decision regarding guidelines for determining salaries and other remuneration to senior executives20. Decision regarding establishing a long-term performance-related share savings scheme for senior executives and key personnel including a resolution authorizing the Board to decide on the acquisition of the company’s own shares and the transfer of the company’s own shares to participants in the scheme etc.21. Decision regarding authorizing the Board to decide on new issues of ordinary  shares               22. Decision regarding authorizing the Board to decide on the acquisition and transfer of the company’s own shares               23. Other matters24. Closing of the Annual General Meeting Matters to be decided Item 2 – Election of chairman of the Annual General Meeting The Nominations Committee, appointed in accordance with the procedure decided by the 2014 Annual General Meeting, comprises Gabriel Berg (JCE Group) chairman of the Nominations Committee, Evert Carlsson (Swedbank Robur fonder), Frank Larsson (Handelsbanken Fonder) and Semcon AB’s Chairman Kjell Nilsson, who together represent around 37 per cent of the votes associated with all the shares in the company. The Nominations Committee proposes Kjell Nilsson as chairman of the Annual General Meeting. Item 9 – Decision regarding appropriation of the company’s profits according to the adopted balance sheet and record date for dividend The Board proposes that a dividend of SEK 2.50 per share be paid out and that all remaining profits at the Annual General Meeting’s disposal be carried forward. It is proposed that the record date for the dividend be 30 April 2015. If the Annual General Meeting votes in accordance with the proposal, payment is expected to be made via Euroclear Sweden AB on 6 May 2015. Item 12 – Decision regarding the number of Board members and deputies The Nominations Committee proposes that there be five Board members and no deputies. Item 13 – Decision regarding number of auditors and deputy auditors or registered public accounting firms The Nominations Committee proposes that a registered public accounting firm be appointed auditor of the company. Item 14 – Determination of remuneration to the Board of Directors The Nominations Committee proposes, similarly to last year, that a total fee of SEK 1,610,000 shall be paid to Board members elected by the meeting, of which SEK 550,000 to the chairman and SEK 265,000 to each of the other members elected by the meeting. The Nominations Committee further proposes that no special fees be paid for work on Board committees. Item 15 – Determination of remuneration to the auditors The Nominations Committee proposes that the fee paid to auditors be made on open account, approved by the company. Item 16 – Election of Board chairman, Board members and possible deputies The Nominations Committee proposes the re-election of Kjell Nilsson, Marianne Brismar, Gunvor Engström and Håkan Larsson as Board members and the election of Tore Bertilsson as a Board member. The Nominations Committee proposes that Kjell Nilsson be re-elected as chairman. Board member Joakim Olsson has declined re-election. Kjell Nilsson was President and CEO between 2008 – 2012 and cannot be considered independent in relation to the company and the senior management team, but he can be considered independent in relation to the major shareholders. Tore Bertilsson is not considered independent in relation to major shareholders since he is a Board member of a company that is a major shareholder in the company but he can be considered independent in relation to the company and the senior management team. The other proposed Board members can be considered independent in relation to the company, the senior management team and the major shareholders. The Nominations Committee’s justifications for these proposals and information about the proposed Board members are available on the company’s website, www.semcon.com. Item 17 – Election of auditors and deputy auditors or registered public accounting firms The 2014 Annual General Meeting elected Deloitte AB as auditors of the company up to the time of the end of the 2015 Annual General Meeting. The Nominations Committee proposes that the registered public accounting firm Deloitte AB be re-elected as the company’s auditor for a period of one year. Item 18 – Decision regarding the nominations committee The nominations committee proposes, like last year, that the company shall have a nominations committee, that no remuneration be paid to the nominations committee although the company shall pay the costs of the nominations committee, and that there be a nominations process with the following content. The nominations committee shall comprise the chairman of the Board and three, or in some cases four, additional members. Based on the shareholder statistics on 31 August, the chairman of the Board shall contact the three largest shareholders (based on number of votes) and ask each of them to appoint one member of the nominations committee. If a shareholder declines this offer, the offer shall be made to the next largest shareholder. The member proposed by the shareholder holding the most votes shall act as chairman of the nominations committee. If there are changes in the shareholder structure after 31 August and earlier than two months before the Annual General Meeting, and if a shareholder consequently becomes one of the three largest shareholders and wishes to be represented on the nominations committee, then this shareholder shall have the right to either appoint an additional committee member or, if the nominations committee so decides, to appoint a representative to replace the representative of the shareholder who has the least number of votes after the ownership changes. If a member of the nominations committee resigns or is unable to fulfill his or her obligations, then the chairman shall without delay ask the shareholder to appoint a new representative within a reasonable time. If the shareholder declines to replace a representative the place on the committee shall be offered to the next largest shareholder who has not already appointed a representative or who has refrained from doing so. The nominations committee shall perform the duties that from time to time arise in accordance with Swedish Corporate Governance Code. The duties of the nominations committee include making proposals for (i) chairman of the Annual General Meeting, (ii) chairman of the Board and other Board members, (iii) fees and other remuneration for Board assignments for each Board member, (iv) fees for auditors, (v) selection of auditors and (vi) fees for members of the nomination committee and proposals for the nomination process in general. Item 19 – Decision regarding guidelines for determining salaries and other remuneration to senior executives The Board proposes that the meeting establish guidelines for determining salaries and other remuneration to senior executives with the following main content. The company shall have a remuneration level and other employment terms that are needed to recruit and keep senior executives with the right skills and capabilities to achieve the company’s objectives. Total remuneration – made up of various components such as fixed salary, bonus, participation in share-linked incentive scheme, pension benefits and other remuneration and benefits – shall be reasonable, competitive and market-based, and shall be decided with regard to, among other things, performance, position and importance for the Group. A fixed salary shall be paid for fulfilled work and shall normally be reviewed once a year. A bonus shall be offered, but shall be primarily based on results and bonus targets, established once a year, and be a maximum of 6 months’ salary. Senior executives shall be given the right to arrange individual pension solutions under certain provisions via salary or bonus waivers. Pension solutions shall be premium-based. Notice of resignation from key decision-makers shall be a minimum of 6 and maximum of 12 months. Notice of dismissal from the company’s side shall be at most 12 months. Dismissal salary and severance compensation combined shall not exceed 12 months’ salary. In addition, other remuneration and benefits may be offered to facilitate possibilities to complete work assignments. The Board has the right to deviate from these guidelines in individual cases if there is good reason. To ensure continuity, the Board’s proposals are in line with previous years’ remuneration principles and agreements. Item 20 – Decision regarding establishing a long-term performance-related share savings scheme for senior executives and key personnel including a resolution authorizing the Board to decide on the acquisition of the company’s own shares and transfer the company’s own shares to participations in the scheme, etc. Background and reasons for the proposal etc. The reason for the proposal, and for deviating from preferential rights for shareholders, is that the Board of Semcon AB (hereafter called “Semcon” or “the Company”) wants to create conditions for keeping and recruiting senior executives and key personnel in and to the Semcon Group by increasing the shareholdings of these people. When employees own Semcon shares it can be expected to stimulate an increased interest in the business and the development of earnings, raise motivation, increase solidarity with the Company (and subsidiaries) and create a Group-wide focus. With this background it is considered that a decision to establish a long-term performance-related share savings scheme in accordance with the proposal (“Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015”) will have a positive effect on the continued development of the Semcon Group and thereby give benefits both to shareholders and the employees of the Semcon Group who participate in the scheme. Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 will involve shares corresponding to a maximum of 1.34 per cent of the total number of issued shares and votes. In summary, around 110 senior executives and key personnel in the Semcon Group will be offered the opportunity to participate in the scheme that will run for a 12-month period once it is implemented. Participation shall be conditional on the individual’s investment in the purchase of ordinary shares corresponding to an amount that is at most 5 per cent of the participant’s gross salary. Provided that the acquired shares are held by the employee for three years, the employee shall be allocated free-of-charge a corresponding number of ordinary shares (“Matching Shares”) and – provided that the performance requirements stated below are met – an additional one to four ordinary shares (“Performance Shares”) for each acquired share. The conditions that are set, in addition to the requirement that the employee shall retain the acquired shares for three years, for the allocation of Performance Shares shall be based on the following: Semcon’s average annual percentage increase in earnings per share (“EPS”) between 2014 and 2017 shall be at least 5 per cent. The base value for the calculation of the increase in EPS shall be the EPS for 2014. The maximum amount of Performance Shares shall be allocated if the average increase in EPS is equal to, or more than, 15 per cent. No allocation of Performance Shares in accordance with this point shall be made if the average annual increase in EPS is equal to or less than 5 per cent. The Matching of Performance Shares in the event of an average annual increase in EPS between 5 and 15 per cent shall be linear. The Board may, after participation in the scheme and the initial effects of it have been assessed, address whether new shares savings schemes will be proposed in future Annual General Meetings following the 2015 Annual General Meeting. Financing The Board has considered various methods for transferring shares to employees in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015; such as acquisition and transfer of the company’s own shares and a share swap agreement with third party. The Board considers that the acquisition and transfer of the company’s own shares is the most cost-effective and flexible method for transferring shares in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. The Company’s current holding of its own shares amounts to 142,718 shares. These shares will be used in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015, but this amount is not sufficient to complete the scheme in full. The Board therefore proposes that a further maximum 100,000 ordinary shares shall be acquired for transfer to participants in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015, see the heading “Proposal for decision” below for more details. Since costs in connection with a share swap agreement significantly exceed the costs for the acquisition and transfer of the company’s own shares, it is proposed as the main alternative that the financial exposure is secured through the acquisition and transfer of the company’s own shares. Costs A preliminary cost calculation for Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 is based on the assumption of a 100% participation in the scheme, an assessment of a 5 per cent staff turnover among participants per year and that each participant makes their own investment corresponding to the highest permitted amount. The value of Matching Shares and Performance Shares has been calculated based on a share price (price as of 25 March 2015) of SEK 61 at the start of the scheme minus the current value of the estimated dividend for fiscal years 2015-2017. Estimated payroll overhead have been based on an assumed average share price at the time of allocation of SEK 81, meaning an annual share price increase of 10 per cent. The overall effect on the income statement is estimated at around SEK 6 to 15 million, including payroll overhead and administration costs, unevenly spread over the years 2015-2019. The effect is dependent on the allocation of Performance Shares, where SEK 15 million represents the calculated cost upon full allocation of Performance Shares and SEK 6 million represents the calculated cost without allocation of Performance Shares. The costs shall be seen in relation to the total salary costs for 2014 for companies within the Semcon Group, which amounted to SEK 1,718 million, including payroll overhead. Of the above-mentioned total costs it is estimated that compensation costs, corresponding to the value of shares transferred to employees, will be around SEK 3 to 10 million. In addition, administration costs are estimated at a maximum of SEK 1 million. The cost for payroll overhead is estimated at between SEK 2 to 5 million. In the event that a share swap agreement is initiated to secure commitments in the scheme, costs are calculated to increase by around SEK 1 million. Dilution and effects on key financial indicators There are 18,112,534 issued shares in the Company. As of 31 December 2014 the Company owned 142,718 of its own shares. Establishing Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 requires a further 100,000 ordinary shares, corresponding to 0.55 per cent of the total number of outstanding shares. Of the total 242,718 ordinary shares required for Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015, only the company’s own shares/existing shares will be used and all ordinary shares may be transferred free-of-charge to employees, which may lead to a dilution in earnings per share of 1.34 per cent. The dilution effect on shares is independent of the share price at the time of matching as they will be transferred free-of-charge to the employee. Preparation of the proposal This proposal has been prepared by the Board with the help of external advisors. Furthermore, certain larger shareholders have been informed about the proposal. In addition to staff who has prepared the proposal for the Board, no employee who may be included in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 has participated in the formulation of its conditions. The CEO has not participated in preparation of the proposal. Proposal for decision A. Decision to establish a long-term performance-related share savings scheme for senior executives and key personnel The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting establish Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 comprising at most 242,718 ordinary shares, primarily in accordance with the following guidelines: 1)     Around 110 senior executives and key personnel in the Semcon Group, with exception for that which is stated below in point 3, will be offered an opportunity to participate in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. 2)     Employees who participate in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 may save an amount equivalent to at most 5 per cent of their gross salary for the purchase of ordinary shares on Nasdaq Stockholm during a 12-month period starting from when the scheme is implemented. If the purchased shares are retained by the employee for three years after the date of the investment and employment or comparable employment in the Semcon Group is continued throughout the full three-year period, the employee shall be allocated free-of-charge by the Semcon Group a corresponding amount of Matching Shares and – provided that the performance requirements in point 4 are met – a further 1-4 Performance Shares for each purchased share as follows. Category 1: Around 60 managers and other key personnel in the Semcon Group may be given the right to further matching of at most one Performance Share for each purchased share. Category 2: Around 40 senior executives among, inter alia, the management teams of the business areas in the Semcon Group may be given the right to further matching of at most two Performance Shares for each purchased share. Category 3: Around 6 senior executives of the Semcon Group management team may be given the right to further matching of at most four Performance Shares for each purchased share. The Board or the individual(s) appointed by the Board shall determine which managers and other key personnel of the Semcon Group and which senior executives among, inter alia, management teams of the business areas in the Semcon Group shall be offered the right to participate in the scheme (Category 1 and Category 2). The Board shall appoint which senior executives in Semcon Group management team shall be offered the right to participate in the scheme (Category 3). The Board shall have the right to permit advance matching, i.e. despite the fact that the three-year requirement for holding shares or the employment requirement has not been fulfilled, although only in “good leaver” situations. 3)     Participation in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 is conditional partly on participation being legally acceptable, and partly on participation involving in the assessment of the Company reasonable administration costs and financial efforts. The Board reserves the right to introduce an alternative incentive solution for employees in countries where participation in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 is not suitable. These incentive solutions shall, as far as is practicably possible, be formulated using comparable conditions to Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. 4)     The conditions for allocation of Performance Shares as part of Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 shall be based on the following: Semcon’s average annual percentage increase in earnings per share (“EPS”) shall be at least 5 per cent for the year 2014 to 2017. The base value for calculation of the increase in EPS shall be the EPS for 2014. The maximum number of Performance Shares will be allocated if the average increase in EPS is equal to or more than 15 per cent. No allocation of Performance Shares in accordance with this point shall be made if the average annual increase in EPS is equal to or less than 5 per cent. Matching of Performance Shares in the event of an average annual increase in EPS of between 5 and 15 per cent shall be linear. 5)     Before the number of Performance Shares that may be finally allocated shall be determined the Board shall assess whether significant changes have occurred within the Company, Group or the market. If the Board finds this to be the case the Board shall be able to decide to reduce the number of Performance Shares allocated to a lower number of shares that the Board considers appropriate for all or some of those covered by the scheme. 6)     The number of Matching Shares and Performance Shares shall be re-calculated in the event of intermediate consolidation or splits of shares, bonus issues of new shares and/or other similar measure. 7)     The Board shall be responsible for the detailed formulation and management of Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 within the framework of the main guidelines that have been submitted. 8)     A decision in accordance with this Item A shall be conditional upon the meeting either deciding in accordance with the Board’s proposals in Items B and C below or deciding in accordance with the Board’s proposal for decision in Item D below. B. Decision to authorize the Board to decide to acquire the company’s own shares The Company’s current holding of its own shares is not sufficient to implement Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. Consequently, the Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting votes to authorize the Board up to the time of the next Annual General Meeting on one or more occasions to decide to purchase the Company’s own ordinary shares on the following terms: 1)     Purchase shall only be made in order to meet the Company’s commitments in relation to Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. 2)     Purchase shall only be performed on Nasdaq Stockholm or through a directed purchase offer to all owners of ordinary shares in the Company. 3)     At most 100,000 ordinary shares shall be purchased. 4)     Purchase on Nasdaq Stockholm shall be at a price per share within the current share price range at any time for ordinary shares in the Company, or in the event that the Board assigns a stock exchange member to accumulate a certain amount of the Company’s shares for their own holding during a specific period at a price per share within the current share price range or equivalent volume-weighted average price, and purchase through a purchase offer shall be at a price per share that as a maximum corresponds to the exchange price for ordinary shares in the Company at the time of the offer plus a maximum of twenty per cent. 5)     Payment for purchased ordinary shares in the Company shall be made in cash. 6)     The applicable rules of Nasdaq Stockholm shall be observed upon purchase. 7)     The Board reserves the right to set additional conditions for the purchase. 8)     Authorization also includes the right to acquire the higher amount of shares that may result from a re-calculation following a share split, bonus issue of new shares and/or similar measure. C. Decision to transfer the company’s own shares to participants in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 In order to meet the Company’s commitments to participants in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 the Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting votes to transfer a maximum of 242,718 of the company’s own shares in the Company on the following terms: 1)     In deviation of preferential rights for shareholders, only those participating in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015, and subsidiaries of the Semcon Group, shall have the right to acquire shares. Acquisition shall be without charge. Subsidiaries that acquire shares shall immediately and without charge transfer them to participants in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. 2)     Participants in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 and subsidiaries of the Semcon Group shall, on one or more occasions, exercise their rights to acquire shares during the period when participants in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015 have the right to receive shares in accordance with the terms of Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. 3)     The reason for deviating from preferential rights for shareholders is to create a cost-effective solution for meeting the Company’s commitments in accordance with Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. 4)     If a consolidation or share split, issue of bonus shares and/or other similar measure occurs before the transfer/acquisition of shares, the number of shares to be transferred/acquired shall be increased or decreased so that after such a measure they correspond to an unchanged percentage of the Company’s shares. D. Decision to enter share swap agreement with third party In the event that the necessary majority for a valid decision relating to the proposals in Items B and C above is not achieved, the Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting votes to allow the Company to enter a share swap agreement with a third party in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015, whereby the third party under its own name shall acquire and transfer ordinary shares in the Company to employees covered by Performance-related Share Savings Scheme 2015. Third party acquisition of shares shall take place via Nasdaq Stockholm. Item 21– Decision to authorize the Board to decide on new issues of ordinary shares The reason for the proposal, and the reason for deviating from preferential rights for existing shareholders, is that the Board wishes to create cost-efficient and flexible opportunities for making payments for acquisitions of companies or businesses or parts thereof. The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorize the Board up to the time of the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, to decide on the new issue of ordinary shares in the company on the following conditions: 1)     New shares may only be issued to enable use of ordinary shares as liquidity in the acquisition of companies or businesses or parts thereof. 2)     New shares may be issued with deviation from existing shareholders’ preferential rights. 3)     The new share issue shall comprise a maximum of 1,811,253 ordinary shares. 4)     The subscription price shall correspond to the share’s assessed market value at the time of issue. 5)     Payment for the shares shall be in capital contributed in kind through settlement of a receivable. 6)     The Board has the right to set other conditions for new issues. On full utilization of the authorization to issue new shares, the total number of shares and votes in the company can increase by 1,811,253, representing dilution of around ten per cent of current shares and votes. Item 22 – Decision to authorize the Board to decide on the acquisition and transfer of the company’s own sharesThe reason for the proposal, and the reason for deviating from preferential rights for existing shareholders, is that the Board wishes to create cost-efficient and flexible opportunities for improving the company’s capital structure and thereby increase share value, and for making payments for, or financing, acquisitions of companies or businesses or parts thereof. A. Decision regarding authorizing the Board to decide on the acquisition of own shares The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorize the Board up to the time of the next Annual General Meeting on one or more occasions to decide on the acquisition of ordinary shares in the company on the following conditions: 1)     Purchases shall only be made to improve the company’s capital structure or to enable use of ordinary shares as liquidity in making payments for, or financing, acquisition of companies or businesses or parts thereof. 2)     Purchases may only be made on NASDAQ Stockholm or through purchase offers directed to all owners of ordinary shares. 3)     Purchases of shares on each occasion shall be a maximum, after the purchase, of ten per cent of all shares in the company (including any ordinary shares acquired by the company pursuant to authorization in accordance with the proposal for a decision in item 20 B above). 4)     Purchases on NASDAQ Stockholm shall be at a price per share within the current share price range for ordinary shares, or in the event that the Board assigns a stock exchange member to accumulate a specific amount of the company’s shares in their own account for a specific period, at a price per share within a specified price range for the period or equivalent volume-weighted average share price, and purchases linked with an acquisition offer shall have as their maximum price per share the market price at the time of the offer plus at most twenty per cent. 5)     Payment for ordinary shares shall be in cash. 6)     The appropriate terms in the listing agreement with NASDAQ Stockholm shall be observed for purchases. 7)     The Board has the right to set other conditions for the acquisition. B. Decision regarding authorizing the Board to decide on the transfer of the company’s own sharesThe Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorizes the Board up to the time of the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, with deviation from shareholders’ preferential rights, to decide on the transfer of ordinary shares in the company on the following conditions: 1) Transfers shall only be made to use ordinary shares as liquidity for acquisition of companies or businesses or parts thereof. 2) Transfers on each occasion may be of the total number of ordinary shares owned by the company. 3) Transfers shall be at a price corresponding to the share’s assessed market value in connection with transfer. 4) Payment for ordinary shares shall be in capital contributed in kind or through settlement of a receivable. 5) The Board has the right to set other conditions for transferring shares.  Special majority requirements For a decision to be valid in accordance with Item 20 B above it is required that the proposal be voted for by shareholders owning at least two thirds of both the votes cast and those shares represented at the meeting. For a decision to be valid in accordance with Item 20 C above it is required that the proposal be voted for by shareholders owning at least nine tenths of both the votes cast and those shares represented at the meeting. For a decision relating to the proposal in Items 21 and 22 to be valid requires the respective proposal to be supported by shareholders with a minimum of two-thirds of the voting rights and shares represented at the meeting. Disclosure of information at the Annual General Meeting The Board and CEO shall, at the request of any shareholder at the Annual General Meeting, and if the Board deems that it can be done without inflicting material damage to the company, provide information on circumstances that can affect the assessment of matters on the agenda, conditions that can affect the assessment of the company’s or subsidiaries’ financial situation, or the company’s relationship to other Group companies.  Accounts and full presentations of proposals etc. The annual report containing the auditors’ report for 2014, the auditors’ statement in accordance with chapter 8 § 54 of the Companies Act, the Nominations Committee’s complete proposals in accordance with Items 19-22, and the Board’s statement in accordance with chapter 18 § 4 and chapter 19 § 22 of the Companies Act, are all available on the company’s website, www.semcon.com. They will also be available from the company at the above address and will be sent free of charge to shareholders who request them and indicate their postal address. Göteborg, March 2015 The Board of Directors, Semcon AB (publ) This information is such that Semcon AB must publish according to laws governing the securities market and/or laws governing trading in financial instruments. This information was published at 3.30 pm on 26 March 2015.

Art and Apparel Collide at Upcoming Cannes Fashion Festival

The Cannes Fashion Festival (http://cannesfashionfestival.com/), which takes place this coming May 20-22, will couple art with couture as it announces another cultural signing. Contemporary Swiss pop art painter, Gabinka is the latest name to join the festival’s ever growing list of illustrious artists lending their talent to the inaugural event. Riding the waves of success from her recent debut at the Friars Club Gala in New York and subsequent exhibit at Miami’s Art Basel Festival, Gabinka’s kaleidoscopic paintings will grace the walls of the Salon Croisette at the Hotel Majestic Barriere throughout the Cannes Fashion Festival. Festival attendees will be able to view a curated collection of Gabinka’s work, as well as order select pieces.   Cannes Fashion Festival Managing Director, Rose Marie Perez said, “We’re ecstatic to have secured such a well-known name to exhibit as part of the first ever Cannes Fashion Festival. We adore Gabinka’s work and with her vivid colors, stunning attention to detail, quirky themes and bold portrayals, we believe she is the perfect fit for the event.” To show her support for the Cannes Fashion Festival and charities, Gabinka (http://www.gabinka.net/) will donate a unique art piece to be auctioned off during the Royal House of Mandela Gala Dinner on May 20. With the support of the Mandela Foundation, the event presents the Mandela International Film Festival in honor of the legendary politician, revolutionary and philanthropist Nelson Mandela. Born in the Czech Republic, Gabinka grew up in the hold of a communist society. Though rather than quash her curiosity for freedom, creativity and the Western world, the end of the revolution saw her embrace these liberties through painting and art. Exploring themes of emotions, sex, power and pain, her masterpieces are a reflection of the synchronized good and bad that exists in everyday life.  To find out more about Gabinka and view a collection of work ranging from 2010 to 2015, visit: http://www.gabinka.net/ To find out more about the Cannes Fashion Festival go to: http://cannesfashionfestival.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cannesfashionfestival Twitter: https://twitter.com/cannesfashionf Instagram: https://instagram.com/cannesfashionf/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/cannesfashionf/

Annual General Meeting of AB SKF

Gothenburg, 26 March 2015: The Annual General Meeting of Aktiebolaget SKF, parent company of the SKF Group, was held in Göteborg on Thursday, 26 March 2015, under the chairmanship of Mr Leif Östling. The income statements and the balance sheets were adopted, together with the Board’s proposal for distribution of dividend. A dividend of SEK 5.50 per share was approved. To be entitled to receive the dividend, shareholders must be recorded in the share register on 30 March 205. The Meeting resolved that the Board’s fee for 2015 is to be in accordance with the following:a) a firm allotment of SEK 7,750,000 to be distributed with SEK 1,900,000 to the Chairman of the Board, and with SEK 650,000 to each other Board member elected by the General Meeting and not employed by the company; and b) an allotment for committee work of SEK 960,000 to be distributed with SEK 220,000 to the chairman of the Audit Committee, with SEK 157,000 to each of the other members of the Audit Committee, with SEK 126,000 to the chairman of the Remuneration Committee and with SEK 100,000 to each of the other members of the Remuneration Committee. A prerequisite for obtaining an allotment is that the Board member is elected by the General Meeting and is not employed by the company. The following Board members were re-elected: Mr Leif Östling, Ms Lena Treschow Torell, Mr Peter Grafoner, Mr Lars Wedenborn, Mr Joe Loughrey, Mr Jouko Karvinen, Mr Baba Kalyani, Mr Hock Goh and Ms Marie Bredberg. The following Board members where newly elected: Ms Nancy Gougarty and Mr Alrik Danielson. Mr Leif Östling was elected Chairman of the Board. The Meeting approved the Board’s proposal regarding principles of remuneration for Group Management and the Board’s proposal for a resolution on SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2015. The programme covers not more than 225 senior managers and key employees in the SKF Group with an opportunity to be allotted, free of charge, SKF B shares. Under the programme, not more than 1,000,000 shares, corresponding to around 0.2% of the total number of outstanding shares, may be allotted. The number of shares that may be allotted must be related to the average TVA development during 2015-2017 compared to the actual TVA in 2014. The Meeting approved the proposal presented regarding the Nomination Committee. Aktiebolaget SKF(publ) For further information, please contact:Media Hotline: +46 31 337 2400Press Relations: Theo Kjellberg, +46 31-337 6576; +46 725-776 576; theo.kjellberg@skf.comInvestor Relations: Marita Björk, +46 31-337 1994; +46 705-181 994; marita.bjork@skf.com SKF is a leading global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems, and services which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training. SKF is represented in more than 130 countries and has around 15,000 distributor locations worldwide. Annual sales in 2014 were SEK 70 975 million and the number of employees was 48 593. www.skf.com ® SKF is a registered trademark of the SKF Group.™ BeyondZero is a trademark of the SKF Group

Notice to attend Annual General Meeting of Bulten AB (publ)

Registration for the meeting will commence at 16.00. Light refreshments will be served before the meeting.  Right to participate and registrationShareholders who wish to participate must be entered in the register of shareholders maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Thursday April 23, 2015 and notify the Company by no later than Thursday April 23, 2015. Shareholders may register to participate in the AGM · via the Company’s website www.bulten.com, · by post to Bulten AB (publ), “Årsstämma”, Box 7835, SE-103 98 Stockholm, Sweden, or · by phone on +46 (0)31-734 60 50. On registration the shareholder must give his/her name, personal identity number or company registered number, address and daytime phone number and, where applicable, the name of any assistant, the name and personal identity number of any proxy or the name and personal identity number of any deputy. Registration forms are available from the Company’s website www.bulten.com. Alternatively, order a registration form using the same postal address or phone number given above to register for the AGM. Phone registrations may be made on business days between 09.00 and 16.00. Please note that the deadline for phone registrations is April 23, 2015 at 16.00. A shareholder may bring a maximum of two assistants to the AGM if the Company is notified using the correct procedure when the shareholder registers for the AGM. Access passes will be sent by post and must be brought to the AGM. Nominee registered shares Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must, if they wish to participate in the AGM, have their shares temporarily re-registered in their own names. Shareholders who wish to re-register shares in their own name must advise their nominee well in advance before April 23, 2015. Re-registration must be complete with Euroclear Sweden AB by April 23, 2015. Proxies Shareholders who wish to send a proxy must issue a written, signed and dated power of attorney. If the power of attorney is issued by a legal entity, a certified copy of the relevant certificate of incorporation for the legal entity (or the equivalent document for foreign legal entities) must be enclosed with the power of attorney. The documents must be no more than one year old. The power of attorney may, however, state a longer term for the power of attorney, but no more than five years. Power of attorney forms are available from the Company’s website www.bulten.com. Alternatively, order a power of attorney form using the same postal address or phone number given above to register for the AGM. In order to facilitate the registration process, the original of the power of attorney and the certificate of incorporation and other authorization documents should reach the Company at the above address no later than April 23, 2015.  Proposed agenda 1. Opening of the Annual General Meeting. 2. Election of chairman for the AGM. 3. Preparation and approval of the voting list. 4. Approval of agenda. 5. Election of one or two people to verify and sign the minutes, and voting supervisors. 6. Determination as to whether the AGM has been duly convened. 7. Presentation of the Annual Report and audit report along with the consolidated accounts and consolidated audit report. Also the CEO’s report on the operation. 8. Resolution regarding adoption of the income statement and the balance sheet, and of the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet. 9. Resolution regarding discharge from liability to the Company for the Board of Directors and each of the past and present CEO.10. Statement on the nomination committee’s work, establishment of the number of Board members and the number of auditors and deputy auditors.11. Establishment of fees to Board members and auditor(s).12. Election of(a)   Board members,(b)  Chairman of the Board,(c)   auditor(s) and deputy auditors13. Establishment of guidelines for remuneration for senior management.14. Establishment of principles for appointing the nomination committee and instructions for the nomination committee, as well as remuneration for the nomination committee members.15. Resolution to authorize the Board to decide on share issues16. Resolution to authorize the Board to decide on (a) acquisition of own shares and (b) transfer of own shares17. Closing of the Annual General Meeting. Proposals for resolutions The nomination committee’s proposals regarding items 2, 12, 14, and 16 The nomination committee appointed in accordance with the procedure decided at the 2014 AGM comprised Karl-Axel Granlund (appointed by Volito AB), Mikael Norbäck (appointed by Investment AB Öresund), Ulf Strömsten (appointed by Catella Fondförvaltning AB) and Roger Holtback (Chairman of the Board). Karl-Axel Granlund was appointed Chairman of the nomination committee. Roger Holtback has not participated in the nomination committee’s preparations and resolution regarding himself. Item 2: The nomination committee proposes that Roger Holtback be elected chairman for the AGM. Item 12: The nomination committee proposes that the Board of Directors should comprise seven elected ordinary members without deputies. It is proposed that the number of auditors should be one and that no deputy auditor should be appointed. Item 13: The nomination committee proposes: (a) that a fixed fee of in total SEK 2,400,000 will be paid to the Board of Directors, of which (i) SEK 450,000 will be paid to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 300,000 will be paid to each of the other Board members elected by the AGM who are not employed within the Company or its subsidiaries; that a fixed fee of (ii) SEK 75,000 be paid to the to the chairman of the audit committee, and SEK 25,000 will be paid to shall be paid to the other members of the Audit Committee, the payment being subject to the condition that the Director is elected by the AGM and not employed within the Company or its subsidiaries; (b) that no remuneration be paid to the remuneration committee; and (c) that the auditor’s fee be paid according to an approved invoice. Member of the Board shall, if there are tax conditions for invoicing, by special agreement with the company, given the opportunity to invoice the remuneration plus social security charges and VAT by law through a company, provided that it is cost neutral for the company. Item 14 a-c: The nomination committee proposes to the board of directors for the time until next Annual General Meeting appoint Hans Gustavsson (re-election), Johan Lundsgård (re-election), Hans Peter Havdal (re-election), Ann-Sofie Danielsson (re-election), Ulf Liljedahl (new election), Gustav Lindner (new election) and Peter Karlsten (new election). Ulf Liljedahl is President and CEO of Volito AB since March 1, 2015. He was previously Head of Group Finance, IT and investor relations for the Husqvarna Group and has held the position of Vice President and CEO of Cardo Group and a number of positions in finance at Alfa Laval. Ulf Liljedahl is to be considered as independent of the company and its management but not independent of the company's major shareholders. Gustav Linder is the CEO of Investment AB Öresund since October 2014, and has previously held various positions at Swedbank. Gustav Linder is to be considered as independent of the company and its management but not independent of the company's major shareholders. Peter Karlsten is since January 2015 Senior Advisor at AB Volvo and has previously held various positions in primarily ABB and AB Volvo. Peter Karlsten is to be regarded as independent of the company and its management and to the company's major shareholders. A presentation of the candidates that the Nomination Committee proposed for election to the Board of Directors is available on the Company's website www.bulten.se. Moreover the nomination committee proposes that Ulf Liljedahl is elected Chairman of the Board (new election) (b) and that the registered public accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers AB is appointed as the company auditor (re-election) (c). It is noted that PricewaterhouseCoopers AB has stated that if re-elected, the authorized public accountant Fredrik Göransson will remain the auditor in charge. Item 16: The nomination committee proposes that the AGM adopt the guidelines for composition of the nomination committee with regard to members and instructions for the nomination committee which were adopted in 2014 to apply up to the next AGM, however, with some minor clarifications regarding the committee's work in striving to achieve gender balance on the Board. The Company shall therefore always have a nomination committee comprised of four people. In addition to the three largest shareholders in terms of votes on the final banking day in September having the right to appoint a member of the nomination committee, the Chairman of the Board shall also be a member of the nomination committee. The nomination committee shall itself appoint a chairman; the Chairman of the Board may not be the chairman of the nomination committee. The nomination committee’s term shall run until such time as a new nomination committee is elected. It is the job of the nomination committee, ahead of the Annual General Meeting, to propose a Chairman for the AGM, the number of Board members, a Chairman and other Board members voted in by the AGM, fees and other remuneration to each of the Board members voted in by the AGM and to members of the Board’s committees, the number of auditors, the auditors, the auditors’ fees, election of a nomination committee or a decision on principles for appointing a nomination committee, as well as instructions for the nomination committee and remuneration for the nomination committee’s members. Further, the nomination committee proposes that the Company be responsible for reasonable costs associated with the nomination committee’s assignment and that no remuneration be paid to the members of the nomination committee. The Board of Directors has presented the following proposals regarding items 10 and 15: Item 10: The Board of Directors proposes that the profit of SEK 1,030 050 263 at the disposal of the AGM be distributed such that a total amount of SEK 63 120 621, equivalent to SEK 3.00 per share, be distributed to the shareholders and that SEK 966 929 642 be carried forward. The Board of Directors proposes that May 4, 2015 be the record day. If the AGM resolves in accordance with the proposal, the dividend is expected to be distributed to the shareholders by Euroclear Sweden AB on May 7, 2015. Item 15: The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM decide to adopt the following guidelines for remuneration for senior management. Remuneration for senior management With the aim of being able to ensure the Company can recruit and retain qualified senior managers, the Board of Directors proposes that the fundamental principle be that salaries and other terms and conditions of employment shall be adequate for the Group to constantly attract and retain competent senior managers at a reasonable cost to the Company. Remuneration within the Group shall therefore be based on the principles of performance, competitiveness and fairness. Salaries and other benefits: Remuneration for senior management shall comprise a fixed salary in line with market conditions and based on the senior manager’s responsibilities, expertise and performance. The remuneration shall be confirmed each calendar year. In addition to a fixed salary, from time to time, a variable pay forms may occur to be paid in cash. Such remuneration may amount to a maximum of 60 percent of the annual fixed salary of the CEO, and a maximum of 40 percent of the annual fixed salaries of the senior managers. Bonuses shall primarily be based on the performance of the whole Bulten Group or the unit that the person in question is responsible for. The performance shall relate to the fulfilment of various improvements or attainment of certain financial targets. Performance objectives will be related to growth, operating profit before goodwill amortization (EBITA) and parameters related to capital turnover. The variable remuneration shall not be pensionable or vacationable income. Furthermore, the senior managers shall be entitled to the customary non-monetary benefits, such as health and medical insurance, a company car and occupational healthcare. Pension: Senior managers domiciled in Sweden may be offered a defined contribution pension agreement based on premiums which amount to a maximum of 35 percent of the fixed salary on an annual basis, (in addition there are pension benefits to which senior managers are entitled in accordance with ITP plans). Senior managers domiciled outside of Sweden or who are domiciled in Sweden but have a significant link to another country or have been domiciled in another country may be offered pension solutions that are competitive in the country in which the persons are or have been domiciled or to which they have a significant link, primarily defined contribution solutions. Defined benefit pension solutions shall always be avoided where possible. Period of notice and severance pay: Senior managers domiciled in Sweden the main rule for the employee and the employer is a notice period of six months. In some cases, the notice period is longer at the termination of the company, with a maximum of 12 months, and some cases the notice period is shorter for termination by the employee, 4 months. Severance pay, in addition to salary during the period of notice, shall be paid and, together with the fixed salary during the period of notice, shall total a maximum of 18 months’ salary. Personnel domiciled outside of Sweden or who are domiciled in Sweden but have a significant link to another country or have been domiciled in another country may be offered periods of notice and severance pay that are competitive in the country in which the persons are or have been domiciled or to which they have a significant link, primarily solutions equivalent to those for senior managers domiciled in Sweden. Incentive programs: Decisions on share and share-related incentive programs targeted at senior managers shall be taken by the AGM. Remuneration of Directors: If elected board members perform work that goes beyond the Board's work, they should be able to receive a fee for such work. Compensation should be adjusted to the conditions on the market and must be approved by the Board. The Board of Director’s decision-making: The Board of Directors’ remuneration committee proposes and the Board of Directors decides on salaries and other terms and conditions for the CEO, the Executive Vice President and the CFO, as well as other personnel in the corporate management. Deviation from guidelines: The Board shall be entitled to deviate from the guidelines if in the individual case there is a special reason for the deviation. In 2014 there were deviations from the guidelines adopted at the 2014 Annual General Meeting concerning remuneration to senior executives as follows. In connection with and as a consequence of the sale of the Finnveden Metal Structures division the former Group President and CEO Johan Westman was relieved of his position, giving him the right to termination salary and severance payment. No settlement has been made concerning termination salary. In addition an exit bonus was paid to Johan Westman. Overall the aforementioned means that the former President and CEO’s variable remuneration amounted to 132.9% of the fixed salary (including termination salary and severance payment) which deviates from the guidelines set at the 2014 Annual General Meeting that stipulated that variable remuneration to the CEO should be a maximum of 60%. A special reason for this deviation was identified and the reason was the key role that Johan Westman took in the sales activity and negotiations concerning the divestment of the Finnveden Metal Structures division and which in the assessment of the Board was suitable for creating an incentive, safeguarding the interests of shareholders and enabling the divestment of the division. Item 17: The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves to authorize the Board, up to the time of the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, to decide on a new issue of shares and/or issue of subscription options and/or issue of convertibles with or without deviation from the preferential rights of shareholders. The reason for the proposal and for deviating from shareholders’ preferential rights and/or the possibility to decide on the issue with conditions concerning acquisition in kind, offset or other conditions, is to give the Board flexibility in the work of financing or enabling an accelerated expansion and development of the Group, its markets and products, such as the acquisition of companies, operations or assets for which payment in full or part shall be with newly issued shares and/or enable the Board to quickly raise capital for such acquisition. The number of shares to be issued with such authorization or which may arise through utilisation of options and conversion of convertibles issued with the authorization shall be a maximum of 1,052,010 shares, which represents a dilution of around 5% of current shares and votes and the same dilution effect concerning the key indicators for the shares reported by the company. Item 18: The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves to authorize the Board: (a) during the period up to the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, to decide to acquire the company’s own shares on Nasdaq Stockholm (“the Exchange”) within the framework for a price per share that lies within the registered share price range at that time, or in the event that the Board assigns an Exchange member to accumulate a specific amount of the company’s shares in its own holding for a specific period at a price per share within the price range at that time or corresponding volume-weighted average share price. The total amount of acquired shares shall not exceed after the acquisition 10% of the outstanding shares in the company at that time. The amount that shall be paid for shares shall in total not exceed MSEK 150 and shall be paid in cash. (b) during the period up to the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, decide on the sale of at most all of the company’s holding of its own shares on the Exchange and/or in another way with or without deviation from shareholders’ preferential rights and with or without conditions concerning acquisition in kind, offsetting of receivables against the company or other conditions. Transfer of shares on the Exchange shall only be made at a price per share that is within the registered price range at the time and if transfer is made otherwise at a price that corresponds to the price in money or value of received property that corresponds to the share price at the time of transfer for the shares transferred with deviation considered suitable by the Board. The possibility for deviation from shareholders’ preferential rights in the transfer of the company’s own shares and the reason for a transfer price is justified by the fact that transfer of shares on the Exchange or other manner with deviation of shareholders’ preferential rights can be done with greater speed, flexibility and is more cost-effective than transfer to all shareholders. Furthermore the purpose is to enable that the best possible terms can be secured for the company while also giving the Board freedom of action in connection with the acquisition of a company, operations or assets. If the company’s own shares are transferred for a consideration in other form than money in connection with an agreement to acquire a company, operations or assets the company cannot give shareholders the possibility to exercise any form of preferential rights. If utilisation of the authorization concerning the acquisition or transfer of the company’s own shares is combined with the utilisation of the authorization concerning the issue of new shares, with the purpose of allowing the company’s own shares to constitute in full or part a purchase amount for one and the same acquisition of a company, operation or asset, the total number of shares transferred or issued in connection with the individual acquisition shall at most correspond to one tenth of the total current shares in the company, i.e. a maximum of 2,104,020 shares. Number of shares and votes At the time of issuing this notice, the total number of shares and votes in the Company is 21,040,207. The Company does not own any of its own shares. Majority RequirementFor a valid decision on the proposals outlined in paragraphs 17 and 18 requires that each proposal is supported by shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the votes cast and the shares represented. AGM documents The Annual Report and audit report for the 2014 financial year as well as the Board of Directors’ complete proposals and related documents in accordance with the Swedish Companies Act will be made available to the Company’s shareholders at the above address and on the corporate website, www.bulten.com, from March 31, 2015. The nomination committee’s complete proposals for resolution and motivating statements regarding the proposal for the Board of Directors are available on the corporate website. The above documents will be sent free of charge to any shareholders who send a request for a copy and state their address. Right of request Shareholders are informed of their right according to 7 chap. 32 § of the Swedish Companies Act (2005:551) to request information at the AGM about circumstances which could affect the assessment of a matter on the agenda and circumstances that could affect the assessment of the Company and the Group’s financial situation.  ___________________________ Gothenburg, March 2015 Bulten AB (publ) Board of Directors For further information, please contact:Kamilla Oresvärd, SVP Corporate Communications, BultenTel: + 46 31-749 59 00 e-mail: kamilla.oresvard@bulten.com Bulten discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 16:00 CET on March 26, 2015. Bulten is one of the leading suppliers of fasteners to the European automotive industry. The company’s product range includes everything from customer-specific standard products to specialist, customized fasteners. The company also provides technical development, line-feeding, logistics, material and production expertise. Bulten offers a Full Service Provider concept or parts thereof. Bulten AB (publ):s share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. Read more at www.bulten.com.

Tigo launches partnership with Facebook’s Internet.org in Guatemala

The partnership means Tigo customers in Guatemala will be the first in the country to access a number of popular and useful services without any data charges via the Internet.org app. These include: · 24Symbols: free online books · AccuWeather: get updated weather information · Alertos.org: help fight crime in Guatemala · BabyCenter & Mama: health and education information for kids care · Bing Search: find information · Clasificados.com: buy and sell products and services · Directorio.com: find phone numbers and contact information · Duolingo: a language tuition service with over 70 million downloads created by Guatemalan Luis Von Ahn · Facebook: communicate with friends and family · Girl Effect: read articles and tips for girls · Messenger: send messages to friends and family · Noticias.com: local news service · Sheva: health and education content for teenage girls · Su Dinero: get financial information and advice · UN Women YoAprendo: read about women’s path to success · Unicef Facts for Life: content supporting women and children and · Wikipedia: the free online encyclopedia. Guatemala is a very important mobile market for Millicom. Tigo Guatemala has more than eight million customers while Facebook itself has an estimated 3.4 million users nationwide. At this month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Mario Zanotti, Millicom’s Senior Executive Vice-President for Latin America, shared a platform to speak about the success of the partnerships and the benefits of bring people access to Internet.org and free basic services.  Chris Daniels, Vice President of Internet.org, Facebook said, "We are excited to be partnering with Tigo to bring Internet.org to Guatemala. As we did just a few months ago in Colombia, today we are offering a set of free basic services so more people can come online, discover the Internet and access useful services and information.” Mario Zanotti added, “Following the success of our Tigo partnerships with Internet.org in Africa and elsewhere in Latin America, we are delighted to extend this now to Guatemala. With its lineup of engaging and useful content combined with Tigo’s affordable smartphones, we are sure this alliance will once again encourage many more people to get online and extend digital inclusion. We hope that Tigo customers in Guatemala will enjoy using these services as we continue to promote the wider benefits of the digital lifestyle.” 

Turkcell General Assembly Meeting approved dividends proposal

The General Assembly Meeting in Turkcell today adopted resolutions to distribute dividends for the fiscal years 2010 to 2014 in line with the proposal from Turkcell Holding. In total, Turkcell will pay dividends of TRY 3,925 million of which TeliaSonera’s share will be TRY 1,492 million. Based on a TRY/SEK 3.30 exchange rate, TeliaSonera’s share corresponds to approximately SEK 4.9 billion pre tax and estimated to SEK 4.5 billion post tax. ”The holding of an General Assembly Meeting and decision on distribution of dividends are important steps in achieving ordinary corporate governance of Turkcell. We will continue the positive dialogue with all relevant stakeholders and continue our efforts to achieve what we believe is best for Turkcell and all its shareholders”, says Johan Dennelind, President and CEO of TeliaSonera.  TeliaSonera AB discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instrument Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 5.40 p.m. CET on March 26,2015. For more information, please contact the TeliaSonera press office +46 771 77 58 30, press@teliasonera.com, visit our Newsroom (http://www.teliasonera.com/en/newsroom/) or follow us on Twitter @TeliaSoneraAB. Forward-Looking StatementsStatements made in the press release relating to future status or circumstances, including future performance and other trend projections are forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that will occur in the future. There can be no assurance that actual results will not differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements due to many factors, many of which are outside the control of TeliaSonera.  TeliaSonera provides network access and telecommunication services in the Nordic and Baltic countries, the emerging markets of Eurasia, including Russia and Turkey, and in Spain. TeliaSonera helps people and companies communicate in an easy, efficient and environmentally friendly way. Our ambition is to be number one or two in all our markets, providing the best customer experience, high quality networks and cost efficient operations. TeliaSonera is also a leading wholesale provider who owns and operate one of the world’s most extensive fiber backbones. In 2013, net sales amounted to SEK 101.7 billion, EBITDA to SEK 35.6 billion and earnings per share to SEK 3.46. The TeliaSonera share is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm and NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. Read more at www.teliasonera.com.    

Montgomery College Business Students to Host First Ever Raptor Tank

-- Student Entrepreneurs Will Pitch Business Ideas in Front of Seven Company Presidents for a Prize of $5,000 Seed MoneyStudents in the Gordon and Marilyn Macklin Business Institute, Montgomery College’s honors business program, will host the first ever Raptor Tank on April 1 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. in the Theatre Arts Arena on the Rockville Campus. Modeled after the Emmy award-winning Shark Tank on ABC, the winning student entrepreneur will receive $5,000 to start a business. Finalists will pitch their ideas before a live audience and seven company presidents. They include XM Satellite Radio co-founder and owner of Yellow Brick Road Ventures LLC, Hugh Panero, and Kathryn Stewart, founder and managing director of Cranbrook Capital. Other judges include: Kevin Beverly, president of Social and Scientific Systems; Peter Fleck, president of BMI Inc. and Armatho-Nesty Group; Bill Keating, president and COO of Bowie’s Inc.; Alyssa Lovegrove, associate director of the Entrepreneurship Initiative at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business; and Fred Schaufeld, vice chair of NEWAsurion, the world’s largest consumer product protection company. Last fall, over 25 student entrepreneurs submitted business plans for review to faculty and staff.  Eleven semifinalists were chosen for the next round which included workshops and advising on to how refine their business plans. The finalists will pitch a wide variety of businesses and services ranging from a music app to a mobile spa. Audience members will also be able to vote for a favorite. The winner of this “popular vote” will receive $500. The event is free and open to the public.###Montgomery College is a public, open admissions community college with campuses in Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring, plus workforce development/continuing education centers and off-site programs throughout Montgomery County, Md. The College serves nearly 60,000 students a year, through both credit and noncredit programs, in more than 130 areas of study.

Annual General Meeting of shareholders in Hufvudstaden 2015

Hufvudstaden held its Annual General Meeting today at the Grand Hôtel, Vinterträdgården, in Stockholm. The Meeting adopted the Board of Directors’ proposal of a dividend of SEK 2.90 per share. The record date is Monday March 30, 2015 and the estimated date of dividend payment is Thursday April 2, 2015. Fredrik Lundberg, Claes Boustedt, Bengt Braun, Peter Egardt, Louise Lindh, Hans Mertzig, Sten Peterson, Anna-Greta Sjöberg and Ivo Stopner were re-elected to the Board of Directors. Fredrik Lundberg was re-elected Chairman of the Board. The Meeting decided that an unchanged remuneration of SEK 1,800,000 be paid to the Board of Directors, of which SEK 400,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 200,000 to each of the other Board members, apart from the President. As auditor the registered auditing company KPMG AB was re-elected, with Joakim Thilstedt as new lead auditor. The Meeting further adopted guidelines for remuneration to the executive management in accordance with the Board of Director’s proposal. The Meeting decided in accordance with the Board of Director’s proposal to grant the Board renewed authorization to acquire and assign the Company’s own series A shares. At present, the Company holds approximately 2.4 per cent of the total number of issued shares.The proposals presented by the shareholder Thorwald Arvidsson were rejected by the Annual General Meeting. Stockholm, March 26, 2015 HUFVUDSTADEN AB (publ) Ivo StopnerPresident Questions will be answered by:Fredrik Lundberg, Chairman of the Board, telephone +46 8 463 06 00.Ivo Stopner, President, telephone +46 8 762 90 00. 

Tele2 AB: Annual Report 2014

Last year Tele2 decided to reduce the so called front-end part of the report, and now considers the Annual Report as a filing product with the annual financial review in focus. This means that Tele2 has transformed large parts of the descriptive content on what we are doing within the fields of Corporate Responsibility, Strategy, Products & Services and Human Resources to our corporate website, tele2.com. This enables a steady flow of information that is updated and presented in a more attractive way. Lars Torstensson, Executive Vice President of Group Communications and Strategy at Tele2 AB, comments: “We consider the traditional printed Annual Report format, with a large front-end, to be a thing of the past. By moving certain parts of the information to our website, we are able to continuously update the information and thereby give our stakeholders relevant information all year round. Last year proved to work well, hence we chose to continue the same approach with the Annual Report 2014.” The traditional Annual Report is available as a downloadable pdf-file on www.tele2.com (http://file/t2sthlm.corp.tele2.com/SE/data/S18/Corporate%20Communication/IR/Press%20release/2014%20Q1/www.tele2.com) Follow Tele2 on: The web: www.tele2.com Twitter: @tele2group (https://twitter.com/tele2group) YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/Tele2AB For more information, please contact: Lars Torstensson, EVP Corporate Communication and Strategy, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 702 73 48 79Viktor Wallström, Head of Public Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 703 63 53 27 TELE2 IS ONE OF EUROPE'S FASTEST GROWING TELECOM OPERATORS, ALWAYS PROVIDING CUSTOMERS WITH WHAT THEY NEED FOR LESS. We have 14 million customers in 9 countries. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data network services and content services. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government monopolies and other established providers. Tele2 has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since 1996. In 2014, we had net sales of SEK 26 billion and reported an operating profit (EBITDA) of SEK 5.9 billion.

Final price in Troax’ initial public offering set at SEK 66 per share – trading on Nasdaq Stockholm commences today

NOT FOR PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, SWITZERLAND, SOUTH AFRICA, SINGAPORE, HONG KONG OR JAPAN, OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. Hillerstorp 27 March 2015, 07.00 CE The Offering in brief · The final Offering price has been set at SEK 66 per share, corresponding to a market value of Troax of SEK 1,320 million. · The Offering comprises of 10,713,507 existing shares in Troax offered primarily by the Company’s current principal owner FSN, corresponding to 54 percent of the total number of shares in the Company. · FSN has granted an over-allotment option of up to 1,607,026 additional shares, corresponding to up to 15 percent of the total number of shares in the Offering (approximately 8 percent of total number of shares in the Company). · If the over-allotment option is fully exercised, the Offering will comprise a total of 12,320,533 shares, corresponding to approximately 62 percent of the total number of shares in the Company. · The total value of the Offering amounts to SEK 813 million, assuming that the over-allotment option is exercised in full. · Following completion of the Offering, FSN will hold approximately 18 percent of the shares, assuming that the over-allotment option is exercised in full. · Approximately 4,500 investors have been allotted shares in Troax. · Trading in the Troax share on Nasdaq Stockholm commences today, 27 March 2015, under the trading symbol “TROAX”. Thomas Widstrand, CEO of Troax says:“The interest from investors, both in Sweden and internationally, has been large. We are happy and of course very proud of the whole Troax Group. We welcome our new shareholders and look forward to continue our journey as a listed company.”Peter Möller, Partner at FSN Capital says:“The strong interest in this IPO is exciting and should vouch for a good start for Troax as a listed company. Together with the impressive list of investors that have become owners of Troax, we will do our best to continue to support the Company following the IPO.” AdvisorsCarnegie Investment Bank is acting as Global Coordinator and Joint Bookrunner in the Offering and Handelsbanken Capital Markets is acting as Joint Bookrunner. Baker & McKenzie is legal adviser to the Company and the Principal Shareholder. White & Case is legal adviser to the Global Coordinator and Joint Bookrunners. About TroaxTroax is the leading global supplier of indoor perimeter protection (“metal-based mesh panel solutions”) for the market segments: Automation & Robotics, Material Handling & Logistics and Property Protection.Troax develops high quality and innovative safety solutions to protect people, property and processes. Troax Group AB (publ), Reg. No. 556916-4030, has a global organisation with an unparalleled sales force and efficient logistics setup, enabling local presence and short delivery times in 31 countries. In 2014 Troax net sales amounted to around EUR 90 million and the number of employees amounted to about 400 persons. The Company’s head office is located in Hillerstorp, Sweden.About FSN CapitalSince inception in 2000, FSN Capital’s funds have raised EUR 1.1 billion in total commitments and have to date made 23 platform investments in medium sized Nordic companies with the aim to create value through growth initiatives and operational improvements. Among current and past investments are Kjell & Company, Instalco, Actic, Aura Light and CTEK.For additional information, please visit www.troax.com or contact:Thomas Widstrand, CEOPhone: +46 370 828 31 Important information This announcement is not and does not form a part of any offer for sale of securities. Copies of this announcement are not being made and may not be distributed or sent into the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan or any other jurisdiction in which such distribution would be unlawful or would require registration or other measures. The securities referred to in this announcement have not been and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”), and accordingly may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act and in accordance with applicable U.S. state securities laws. The Company does not intend to register any offering in the United States or to conduct a public offering of securities in the United States. Any offering of the securities referred to in this announcement will be made by means of a prospectus. This announcement is not a prospectus for the purposes of Directive 2003/71/EC (together with any applicable implementing measures in any Member State, the “Prospectus Directive”). Investors should not invest in any securities referred to in this announcement except on the basis of information contained in the aforementioned prospectus. In any EEA Member State other than Sweden that has implemented the Prospectus Directive, this communication is only addressed to and is only directed at qualified investors in that Member State within the meaning of the Prospectus Directive, i.e., only to investors who can receive the offer without an approved prospectus in such EEA Member State. This communication is only being distributed to and is only directed at persons in the United Kingdom that are (i) investment professionals falling within Article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005, as amended (the “Order”) or (ii) high net worth entities, and other persons to whom this announcement may lawfully be communicated, falling within Article 49(2)(a) to (d) of the Order (all such persons together being referred to as “relevant persons”). This communication must not be acted on or relied on by persons who are not relevant persons. Any investment or investment activity to which this communication relates is available only to relevant persons and will be engaged in only with relevant persons. Persons distributing this communication must satisfy themselves that it is lawful to do so. Matters discussed in this announcement may constitute forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and may be identified by words such as “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “intends,” “estimate,” “will,” “may,” "continue," “should” and similar expressions. The forward-looking statements in this release are based upon various assumptions, many of which are based, in turn, upon further assumptions. Although Troax believes that these assumptions were reasonable when made, these assumptions are inherently subject to significant known and unknown risks, uncertainties, contingencies and other important factors which are difficult or impossible to predict and are beyond its control. Such risks, uncertainties, contingencies and other important factors could cause actual events to differ materially from the expectations expressed or implied in this release by such forward-looking statements. The information, opinions and forward-looking statements contained in this announcement speak only as at its date, and are subject to change without notice.

SEQR launches in Italy. US and UK next in line

Spring 2015 has seen Seamless accelerate the roll out of SEQR expanding from five to ten markets. SEQR Shop Spot has made Seamless independent of the large retail chains physical integration, allowing for an extremely fast roll out. This speed of launch will continue and Seamless is planning to launch in the US in June, followed by UK. - We have, through the recent expansion, created a footprint for SEQR that is the largest in the world. In June SEQR will be available in twelve markets with an adressable market of 600 million people. That is 11 more countries, and twice the adressable market, than the closest competitor. Now the work continues to also become the leader in the number of users, says Peter Fredell, CEO of Seamless. The mobile service SEQR works both in stores and online, as well as through the service SEQR Shop Spot, which basically turns everything to a possible sales channel by scanning a QR code from any surface. This can be done through an ad, digital banner, a physical product or a TV commercial. With SEQR, users can also transfer money between each other without any cost. The feature works across national borders, which means that users can transfer money free of charge, to any other user within the same currency area where SEQR is available. In several of the European markets, SEQR is the first to offer this type of service. SEQR will work in Italy from today and consumers can from the start buy products from several well-known brands through SEQR Shop Spot and transfer money free of charge within the Euro area. The roll out in Italy now continues by connecting more and more physical stores and online retailers to SEQR. For more information: Jonas Larsson, press contact SEQR +46 70 108 86 68, jonas.larsson@seamless.se Peter Fredell, CEO Seamless +46 8 564 878 00, peter.fredell@seamless.se This information is such information that Seamless Distribution AB (publ) is required to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instrument Trading Act. The information was released for publication on 27 March 2015 at 07.50 am (CET). ABOUT SEQR, by SeamlessSEQR (se·cure) is Europe’s most used mobile payment solution in stores and online. SEQR enables anybody with a smartphone to pay in stores, at restaurants, parking lots and online, transfer money at no charge, connect loyalty programs, store receipts digitally and receive offers and promotions directly through one mobile app. Through the SEQR app, the user simply scans or taps a QR-code/NFC at check-out and approves the purchase by entering a PIN code. Fast, smooth and safe, SEQR’s payment solution enables merchants to lower interchange fees significantly compared to those charged by traditional card companies. SEQR’s unique transaction platform has been developed by Seamless, one of the world’s largest suppliers of payment systems for mobile phones. Founded in 2001 and active in 26 countries, Seamless handles more than 3, 1 billion transactions annually through 525 000 active sales outlets. 6 200 merchants have chosen SEQR including the largest grocery chains, fast food chains and national retailer chains in the markets where SEQR is established. Currently SEQR is established in Sweden, Finland, Romania, Belgium, Portugal, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, France and Italy. In 2013, SEQR won the Mobile Money Global Award for Best Mobile Money Deployment in Europe. Seamless is traded on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, under the SEAM ticker. www.seqr.com

NOTIFICATION OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF BYGGMAX GROUP AB (PUBL)

Notification, etc. Shareholders who wish to participate at the AGM must: · both be listed in the register of shareholders maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, and · notify the Company of their intention to attend the AGM, no later than at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, to the address Byggmax Group AB (publ), Box 6063, SE-171 06 Solna, Sweden (Labeled “Annual General Meeting”), by telephone +46 (0) 8 514 930 60 or by e-mail to info@byggmax.se. When giving notice of participation, shareholders must state: their name, personal ID/corporate registration number (or equivalent), address, daytime telephone number, shareholding in Byggmax, the names of aany advisers (maximum two) and, when applicable, the name of a proxy or legal representative. Trustee registered shares In order to participate at the AGM, shareholders who have registered their shares in the name of a trustee must temporarily re-register the shares in their own names in the register of shareholders maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB. Such temporary re-registration must be executed no later than Tuesday, April 28, 2015, which means that shareholders are advised to notify their trustee well in advance of this date. Proxies Shareholders who intend to be represented by proxy must issue a dated power of attorney for the proxy. If the power of attorney is issued by a legal entity, an attested copy of the certificate of registration or its equivalent for the legal entity must be enclosed with the notice of participation. The period of validity of the power of attorney is permitted to extend to five years from the date of issue. An original of the power of attorney and, when applicable, the certificate of registration should be submitted to the Company at the above address, in good time, prior to the AGM. The Company provides proxy forms on request and these are also available from the Company’s website, www.byggmax.com. Number of shares and votes The Company had a total of 60,737,045 shares at the date of issue of the notification. The total number of votes in the Company is 60,737,045. The Company does not own any treasury shares. Proposed agenda 1. Opening of the Meeting and election of the Chairman for the Meeting2. Preparation and approval of the voting list3. Approval of the agenda4. Election of one (1) or two (2) persons to verify the minutes5. Determination of whether the Meeting has been duly convened6. Presentation of the Annual Report and the Auditors’ Report, as well as the Consolidated Financial Statements and the Consolidated Auditor’s Report7. Address by the President8. Resolution regarding the adoption of the income statement and balance sheet as well as the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet9. Resolution regarding the appropriation of the Company’s profit in accordance with the adopted Balance Sheet, and the record date for the dividend10. Resolution regarding discharge from liability of the Board of Directors and the President11. Determination of the number of Board members, deputy Board members and auditors12. Determination of fees for members of the Board of Directors and auditors13. Election of Board members, Chairman of the Board and auditors14. Resolution on policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee and its work15. Resolution on the guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives16. Resolution regarding the incentive program, comprising a private placement and assignment of warrants17. Close of the Meeting Proposals for resolution Item 1 – Election of Chairman for the Meeting The Nomination Committee proposes the election of Fredrik Cappelen as Chairman of the Annual General Meeting. Item 9 – Resolution regarding the appropriation of the Company’s profit in accordance with the adopted balance sheet, and the record date for the dividend. The Board of Directors proposes a dividend of SEK 2.60 per share. The proposed record date for payment of the dividend is Thursday, May 7, 2015. If the AGM resolves in accordance with the motion, the dividend is scheduled to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday, May 12, 2015. Items 11 – 14 The Nomination Committee, comprising Cecilia Marlow Chairman of the Nomination Committee, representing Nordea investment Funds, Frank Larsson, representing Handelsbanken Fonder, and Per Trygg, representing SEB Investment Management, who together represent a combined total of approximately 21 percent of the total number of votes in the Company, made the following proposals regarding items 11 – 14: Item 11 – Determination of the number of Board members, deputy Board members and auditors The Nomination Committee proposes that the number of Board members elected by the AGM is six (6) with no deputies. Furthermore, the Committee proposes one (1) auditor with no deputy. Item 12 – Determination of remuneration to the Board of Directors and auditor The Nomination Committee proposes the payment of Directors’ fees totaling SEK 1,850,000, of which SEK 550,000 to the Chairman and SEK 260,000 each to the other Board members. The fees include remuneration for committee work. The proposal means an increase in the fee to the Chairman of SEK 50,000 and an increase in fees to the other Board members of SEK 10,000 each compared with the year earlier. Accordingly, total directors’ fees will increase by SEK 350,000 compared with the preceding year since it is proposed that all Board members receive directors’ fees. The Nomination Committee also proposes that fees to auditors are paid against approved invoices. Item 13 – Election of Board members, Chairman of the Board and auditors The Nomination Committee proposes the re-election until the end of the next AGM of the following Board members: Anders Moberg, Stig Notlöv, Lottie Svedenstedt and Karin Hygrell-Jonsson and the election of Hannele Kemppainen and Daniel Mühlbach as new Board members. Fredrik Cappelen and Stefan Linder have declined re-election.In addition, election is proposed of Anders Moberg as Chairman of the Board. Hannele Kemppainen was born in 1970, is a citizen of Finland and has extensive experience of consumer products and consumer marketing in Finland. Ms. Kemppainen is currently General Manager at Colgate Palmolive Finland and, previously, was Country Manager at Colgate Palmolive Finland. Ms. Kemppainen was at Proctor & Gamble from 1991 through 2005 and Country Manager and Head of Trade Marketing at Reckitt Benckiser from 2005 to 2010. Ms. Kemppainen holds a B.Sc. in International Business and Marketing from the American College of Switzerland and is a Board member and Chairman of the Finnish Cosmetics and Toiletries Association. Ms. Kemppainen is deemed independent in relation to the Company and its management and independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders. Daniel Mühlbach was born in 1974 and has extensive experience of e-commerce and has started and operated highly profitable e-commerce companies. Mr. Mühlbach is currently President and part-owner of FootWay Group AB, previously, he was President of the Lensway Group from 1999 to 2010. Mr. Mühlbach has a M.Sc. in engineering from Luleå University of Technology and is a Board member of, among others, FootWay Group AB and Solidar Pension AB and previously on the Board of Coastal Contacts Inc. among others. Mr. Mühlbach is deemed independent in relation to the Company and its management and independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders. A more detailed presentation of the proposed Board members is available on the Company’s website, www.byggmax.se.The Nomination Committee proposes the re-election of the Company’s current auditor, the registered accounting firm Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB until the end of the 2016 AGM. Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB have notified that Authorized Public Accountant Ann-Christin Hägglund will be the Auditor in Charge. Item 14 – Resolution on policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee and its work The Nomination Committee proposes that the AGM adopt the following policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee and its work ahead of the 2016 AGM: 1. Annually and not later than the end of the third quarter every year, the Chairman of the Board of Directors convenes the three (3) largest shareholders or shareholder groups (this includes directly registered and trustee-registered shareholders) in the Company, as registered at August 31 according to Euroclear Sweden AB, which are then each entitled to appoint one member of the Nomination Committee. The appointee in question should not be a Board member. If any of the three (3) largest shareholders wishes to refrain from appointing a member of the Committee, the opportunity to appoint a member of the Committee is offered in turn to the next-largest shareholder. In addition to the above, the Chairman of the Board can be appointed to the Nomination Committee. If any shareholder should waive their right to appoint a member of the Nomination Committee, only the five (5) largest shareholders need to be asked unless this would result in the Nomination Committee consisting of less than its minimum of three (3) members (including, where applicable, the Chairman of the Board of Directors). The President and senior executives of the Company are not permitted to be members of the Nomination Committee. 2. The Chairman of the Board is the convener of the first meeting of the Nomination Committee and one (1) owner representative should be appointed as Chairman of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee prepares written rules of procedure to govern its work. The mandate period of the Nomination Committee extends until such time as a new Nomination Committee has been appointed. 3. The composition of the Nomination Committee must be announced a minimum of six (6) months prior to the Annual General Meeting (AGM), thereby providing all shareholders with information about which individuals to contact regarding nomination issues. 4. If shareholders have been added among the three (3) largest shareholders after the Nomination Committee has held its statutory meeting, said shareholders may contact the Chairman of the Nomination Committee to make a request to appoint a member of the Committee. The Chairman of the Nomination Committee then informs the other members of this wish. If the ownership change is not insignificant, the member appointed by the shareholder that is no longer among the three (3) largest shareholders should vacate his position and the new shareholder can then be permitted to appoint one (1) member. However, the structure of the Nomination Committee should not be changed less than two (2) months prior to the AGM. Should a member of the Nomination Committee leave the Committee prior to completion of the Committee’s work and if the Committee finds it necessary to replace this member, the Nomination Committee should appoint a new member in accordance with the principles set out in item 1 above, based on the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB, as soon as possible after the member has left the Committee. Changes in the Nomination Committee are announced immediately. 5. The Nomination Committee should prepare and submit proposals to the General Meeting in respect of:• the election of the Chairman of the AGM;• number of Board members;• the election of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and other Board members on the Company’s Board of Directors;• directors’ fees specified between the Chairman of the Board of Directors and other Board members;• the election of and approval of fees to the auditor and deputy auditor (where applicable), and• resolutions on policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee (where applicable). 6. No fees are payable to members of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee is entitled to charge the Company with expenses including the cost of recruitment consultants or other expenses required for the Nomination Committee to fully execute its assignment. Item 15 – Resolution on guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM passes a resolution on the following guidelines for determining remuneration and other terms of employment for the President (the “President”) and other senior executives (“Senior Executives”). The proposal for guidelines for determining remuneration and other terms of employment for the President and Senior Executives is, essentially, the same as those guidelines adopted at the 2014 AGM, with the exception that a proposed warrants program is included in the proposal. The overriding policies for remuneration of Senior Executives are that remuneration should reflect the position, the individual’s performance and the Group’s earnings, and be market-based and competitive in the country of employment. Total remuneration to Senior Executives should comprise a fixed salary, variable salary in the form of Short-Term Incentives (STIs) based on annual performance targets, Long-Term Incentives (LTIs) based on performance over a multi-year period as well as pension and other benefits. In addition to the aforementioned come the terms for notice of termination and severance pay. Fixed salaries should be set below median market rates, however, total remuneration, including STIs and LTIs, should enable median market salaries to be exceeded. Total remuneration should be reviewed annually to ensure that it reflects market rates and is competitive. Comparisons should take into consideration the position, the Company’s size, the level of salary and the individual’s experience. Fixed salary Fixed salary comprises the basis for total remuneration. The fixed salary should relate to the relevant market and reflect the scope of the responsibility entailed by the position. Variable salary (Short Term Incentives “STI”) In addition to their fixed salaries, Senior Executives should receive STIs for performance that surpasses one or more predetermined performance targets during the fiscal year. Remuneration from the STI program is limited to a maximum of 100% of the fixed salary for the President and 30% of fixed salary for other management, which means that Byggmax can immediately calculate the maximum variable remuneration level. STIs are measured with qualitative and quantitative measures. The maximum cost of the Byggmax Group’s STI program is estimated to amount to about SEK 6.0 million (6), excluding social security contributions. Long Term Incentives “LTI” The 2013 AGM resolved on an LTI program in the form of a warrants-based incentive program. This incentive program is described in Note 9 of the 2014 Annual Report and can be viewed on the Company’s website, www.byggmax.com. The Board has evaluated the need of an additional incentive program and decided to propose that the 2015 AGM resolve to adopt a warrants-based incentive program in accordance with separate decision data. Pension Where possible, pension agreements should be premium-based and designed in accordance with the levels and practices applicable in the country where the Senior Executive is employed. Other benefits Other benefits may be provided in accordance with the conditions that apply in the country where the Senior Executive is employed. However, all such benefits should be as limited in scope as possible and are not permitted to comprise a significant proportion of total remuneration. Notice period and severance pay Senior Executives should be offered terms complying with prevailing legislation and practices in the country of employment of the Senior Executive. During the notice period, Senior Executives should be prevented from working in a competing business. In specific cases, a non-compete clause against continued compensation is applicable for a period of up to 24 months after termination of the notice period. At present, the longest notice period in the Byggmax Group is 12 months and no severance pay agreement exists in any employment contract. The Board has the right to deviate from the aforementioned guidelines if the Board deems that it is motivated in specific cases. Item 16 – Resolution regarding the incentive program, comprising a private placement and assignment of warrants The Board proposes that the AGM resolve on a long-term incentive program as follows, comprising a private placement of warrants and the assignment of warrants. Background and motive The Board deems it important and in the interest of all shareholders that the employees of the Byggmax Group have a long-term interest in a favorable trend in the Company’s share price. The Company has previously adopted warrants-based incentive programs at the 2011 and 2013 AGMs. Of these programs, the warrants-based incentive program adopted at the 2013 AGM is still outstanding while the incentive program adopted at the 2011 AGM has expired without any shares being subscribed for under the warrants (for additional information see the heading “Outstanding and previous share-related incentive programs” below). A warrants-based incentive program for the Byggmax Group’s employees enables the reward of employees to be linked to the Company’s future earnings and value trends. Long-term growth in value is thereby prioritized and the goals of shareholders and the employees concerned coincide. In addition, share-related incentive programs create a Group-wide focus for these employees and thus prioritize actions for the long-term. The incentive program is also assessed as facilitating the recruitment and retention of key employees by the Company. In light of the terms and conditions, the size of the allocation and other circumstances, the Board is of the opinion that the proposed incentive program, in accordance with the following, is both reasonable and advantageous for the Company and its shareholders. Allotment and general terms for the warrants A maximum issue of 1,344,000 warrants is proposed. The warrants are intended to be offered to employees at market rates in even lots of 2,000 warrants. Participants in the incentive program are divided into three (3) categories. The Company’s Board should be empowered to decide on allocation of the warrants in accordance with the following guidelines: +-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Category | No. of |Guaranteed allocation of|| |participants in|warrants per participant|| | the category | |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| President | 1 | 400,000 |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Other | 6 | 80,000 ||management | | |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Key | 29 | 16,000 ||individuals| | |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Total | 36 | 1,344,000 |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+ Over-subscription is permitted with a maximum of 50 percent of the above guidelines per participant. In the case of over-subscription, allocation over and above the guaranteed allocation per participant as detailed above will be performed pro rata to the above guidelines. The highest possible allocation per participant is 600,000 warrants for the category “President”, 120,000 for the category “Other management” and 24,000 for the category “Key individuals.” All warrants are to be issued free of any consideration to Byggmax AB (Corporate Registration Number 556645-6215) (the Subsidiary), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Byggmax Group AB, to later, in turn, be assigned to the participants in the incentive program. In this connection, the price per warrant should therefore correspond to the warrant’s market value estimated through application of the customary valuation model (the Black-Scholes model) based on the share price of the listed share and other market conditions prevailing on the date of assignment. Each warrant entitles the holder, during the period May 30, 2018 through November 30, 2018, to subscribe for one (1) new share in the Company at a subscription price amounting to 115% of the mean value of the volume-weighted-average for each trading day of the price paid for the Company’s share on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm during the period May 7, 2015 through May 21, 2015. Days on which no price paid or bid price is recorded should not be included in the calculation. The subscription price arrived at through this calculation should be rounded off to the nearest whole ten öre, whereby 4 öre (4) should be rounded down and 5 öre (5) and above rounded up. The subscription price is not permitted to be lower than the quotient value of the Company’s shares. The calculation of the market value and calculation of the subscription price for subscription for new shares in the Company must be performed by an independent rating agency. Subscription to warrants should be performed on the subscription list by May 19, 2015. The Board of Directors retains the right to extend the subscription period. The subscription price and number of shares that every warrant entitles the holder to subscribe for is recalculated in the event of a split, a reverse split, new share issues, etcetera in accordance with customary conversion rules. Furthermore, in accordance with customary terms, warrants should be possible to exercise prematurely in the event of a compulsory redemption of shares, liquidation or merger whereby the Company is absorbed into another company. A prerequisite for the allocation of warrants is that the participant signs a pre-emption agreement with the Subsidiary.The underlying reasons for deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights is specified under the heading “Background and motive.” Costs, dilution effects and effects on relevant key ratios It is proposed that the participants’ acquisition of warrants is subsidized by the Byggmax Group through the participants receiving a cash bonus after tax corresponding to not more than 50 percent of the price of the warrants acquired by the respective participants. This bonus will be paid in the following stages: one third on subscription, one third one (1) year following subscription and one third two (2) years after subscription and requires that before each payment the respective participant is still an employee of the Byggmax Group and still holds the acquired warrants or, where applicable, the shares subscribed through exercising the warrants. The AGM’s resolution on this matter will authorize the Board to prepare complete terms and conditions for this bonus program. The incentive program is expected to result in costs of about SEK 2,500,000 per year, a total of SEK 7,500,000 for the period until the last day of subscription for the warrants, for the Byggmax Group. The costs are primarily attributable to the payment of bonuses and associated employers’ contributions for the Company’s subsidy of the participants’ acquisition of warrants. The proposed incentive program comprises a maximum of 1,344,000 warrants that can be utilized for subscribing for a maximum of 1,344,000 shares, which corresponds to an increase in the number of shares outstanding and votes in the Company with a maximum of approximately 2.2%. The Company’s share capital can increase by a maximum of SEK 448,000, with reservation for any increase caused by recalculation in line with the terms of the warrants. Dilution and the costs of establishing and administering the incentive program are expected to have a marginal impact on the Byggmax Group’s key ratios. Outstanding and previous share-related incentive programs At the 2013 AGM, the Company resolved to adopt an incentive program, comprising a private placement and assignment of warrants to the President, other management and key individuals. The warrants were issued free of any consideration to the Subsidiary, to later, in turn, be assigned to the participants in the incentive program. The program comprised a total of 828,000 warrants of which. 600,000 warrants were assigned to participants in the incentive program. Each warrant entitles the holder to subscribe for one new share in the Company in the period from May 30, 2017 until November 30, 2017 at a price of SEK 42.8 per new share. The participants in the warrants program have entered into a pre-emption agreement. The warrants-based incentive program adopted at the 2011 AGM has expired without any shares being subscribed for under the warrants. The program comprised a total of 600,000 warrants of which. 565,000 warrants were assigned to participants in the incentive program. The Board of Directors does not intend to implement incentive programs on an annual basis. Majority requirement A resolution in favor of the proposal requires the support of shareholders representing a minimum of nine tenths of the votes cast and nine tenths of the shares represented at the AGM. Information concerning the AGM The Board of Directors and the President must, if a shareholder so requests and the Board of Directors considers it possible without this resulting in material damage to the Company, provide information concerning, conditions that could influence the assessment of an item on the agenda, conditions that could influence assessments of the financial condition of the Company or subsidiaries and the company’s relationship to other Group companies. Documentation for the Annual General Meeting The financial statements and auditors’ report, the auditors’ opinion on the application of guidelines for the remuneration of Senior Executives, a complete set of proposals for the resolutions, and, where applicable, reasoned opinions as well as other documents pursuant to the Companies Act will be available from the Company at Armégatan 40 in Solna, Sweden, and on the Company’s website, www.byggmax.com, not later than three weeks before the AGM, that is, not later than April 14, 2015. Copies of the documents are sent to shareholders who have requested this and provided their postal address. The documents will also be available at the AGM. Stockholm, March 2015Byggmax Group AB (publ)Board of Directors

Official notification of Annual General Meeting of Elos AB (publ)

Registration Shareholders who wish to participate in the Annual General Meeting must Firstly, be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday April 21, 2015, and Secondly, give notice to the company of their intention to attend no later than 12:00 noon (CET) on Tuesday April 21, 2015, by writing to the company at Nya Stadens Torg 10,SE-531 31 Lidköping, telephoning +46 (0)510 48 43 60, telefaxing +46 (0)510 680 04 or registering by email to info@elos.se. The registration must also include the shareholders’ name, personal identification number and address, as well as details of any advisors (maximum two) who will be accompanying the shareholder. Shareholders, whose shares are registered in the name of an authorised nominee through a bank’s notary department or a private stockbroker, must temporarily re-register their shares in their own names at Euroclear Sweden AB no later than 21 April 2015 to be entitled to participate in the Annual General Meeting. The shareholder must inform the nominee in ample time prior to 21 April 2015. Shareholders represented by proxy must issue a written power of attorney for the proxy. If the power of attorney is issued by a legal entity, it must be supported by an enclosed attested copy of the registration certificate or similar documentation for the legal entity. The power of attorney is to be valid for a maximum of one year from the date of issue, or for the maximum period stated in the power of attorney, although not more than five years from the date of issue. To facilitate checking in at the Annual General Meeting, the original power of attorney document and attested copies of the authorization documents (registration certificate or similar) should reach the company not later than 21 April 2015. Business 1   Opening of the General Meeting 2   Election of the chairman of the General Meeting 3   Preparation and approval of the Voting list 4   Approval of the Agenda 5   Election of two persons to verify the Minutes 6   Determination of whether the General Meeting has been duly convened 7   Address by the Managing Director 8   Presentation of the Annual Report and the Auditor’s Report, as well as the consolidated     financial statements and the Auditor’s Report on the consolidated financial statements     for 2014 9   Resolution on the adoption of the Income statement and statement of comprehensive     income and the Balance sheet, as well as the Consolidated income statement and     statement of comprehensive income and the Consolidated balance sheet 10 Resolution on the disposition of the earnings of the company in accordance with the     adopted Balance sheet 11 Determination of the discharge from personal liability of the Members of the Board of     Directors and the Managing Director 12 Determination of number of Members of the Board 13 Determination of the compensations to be paid to Members of the Board and     the Auditors 14 Election of Members of the Board 15 Election of Auditors 16 Proposal by the Board of Directors concerning to amend the Articles of Association 17 Proposal by the Board of Directors concerning a resolution to authorise the Board to     make decisions regarding new share issues 18 Proposal by the Board of Directors concerning guidelines for remuneration of senior     executives 19 Proposal regarding resolution concerning the Nomination Committee 20 Other issues 21 Closing of the Meeting Proposed resolutions Proposals with the main content as presented below will be presented to the Annual General Meeting regarding the following issues: Item 2         Election of Chairman of the Meeting Nomination Committee’s proposal for Chairman of the Annual General Meeting: Stig-Arne Blom Item 10       Proposed disposition of earnings The Board of Directors proposes that a dividend of SEK 2.00 per share be paid for the 2014 financial year, plus an extra dividend of SEK 1.00 per share. The proposed record day for dividend entitlement is Wednesday, 29 April 2015. If the Annual General Meeting resolves in accordance with the proposal, dividends are expected to be distributed from Euroclear AB on Tuesday, 5 May 2015. The Nomination Committee has proposed that the Annual General Meeting resolves as follows: Item 12       Proposal concerning numbers of Board members The Board of Directors shall consist of six members (previously seven). Item 13       Proposal concerning fees to Board members and Auditors The compensation payable to the Board of Directors shall be divided as follows: SEK 300,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 150,000 to each Board member who is not employed by the company. Compensation amounted to total SEK 150,000 to the Remuneration Committee and the Audit Committee to be divided among the Board members as the Board’s decision. Compensation paid to the Auditor(s) will be payable in the amounts shown on submitted invoices. Item 14       Proposal concerning election of Board members The Board Members Göran Brorsson and Erik Löwenadler have declined re-election. The Nomination Committee proposes the re-election of Board Members Agneta Bengtsson Runmarker, Stig-Arne Blom, Jeppe Magnusson, Mats Nilsson and Thomas Öster. Yvonne Mårtensson is proposed as new Board Member. The Nomination Committee proposes the re-election of Stig-Arne Blom as Chairman of the Board. Reasoned statement concerning the Nomination Committee’s proposal to the BoardAs a basis for its proposal to the Board, the Nomination Committee has availed itself of the evaluation that has been conducted of the Board of Directors and its work. The Nomination Committee has also discussed the demands in respect of competency, experience and background that are required on the Board of Directors of Elos AB, taking into account the company’s strategic development orientation in terms of the way this has progressed during recent years. Matters related to independence and the needs for diversity in respect of composition were also addressed, as was the suitable number of Board Members from the viewpoint of work efficiency. In the opinion of the Nomination Committee, the efficiency of the work conducted by the Board is of major importance to Elos AB. In view of this and taking into account the concentration of operations that has occurred at Elos, the Nomination Committee has concluded that the number of Board Members should be reduced to six. In the opinion of the Nomination Committee, the proposed Board of Directors has an appropriate composition considering the direction of the company’s operations, stage of development and other circumstances. The Nomination Committee’s proposal concerning the composition of the company’s Board of Directors complies with the independence requirements concerning members as specified in Nasdaq Stockholm’s Rule Book for Issuers and the Swedish Corporate Governance Code. The Nomination Committee’s proposal concerning director fees and remuneration for work on Board committees is based on an assessment of the requirements for responsibility, work effort and qualifications to which the Elos AB’s Board of Directors should be subject in view of the remuneration levels prevailing in the market. Item 15       Proposal concerning election of Auditors The Nomination Committee proposes that the registered firm of accountants, Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB, be re-elected as auditor for a period of one year, with the Authorised Public Accountant Bror Frid as Auditor-in-Charge. A number of major shareholders representing more than half of the total votes for all shares in the company have announced that they will vote in accordance with the Nomination Committee’s aforementioned proposals under Items 12-15. Item 16       Proposal by the Board of Directors concerning to amend the Articles of Association The Board of Directors proposes the following amendment to the Articles of Association: Article 1 The company’s registered name is Elos Medtech AB. The company is a public company (publ.).Article 3 Supplement to the company’s operations “injection moulding of thermoplastics”. Item 17      Proposal by the Board of Directors to authorise the Board to make decisions regarding new share issues The Board of Directors has submitted a proposal to authorise the Board during the period through the close of the next Annual General Meeting to make one or more decisions to increase the company’s share capital – at full conversion based on the conversion price on the issue date – by a maximum of SEK 3,750,000 through new issues of not more than 600,000 class B shares and/or convertible shares exchangeable for not more than 600,000 class B shares. The shares shall be issued without preferential rights for shareholders to participate in the issue(s). Decisions concerning new share issues may also contain specifications that subscription may be effected through payment of capital contributed in kind or through payment offsetting debt. The authorisation to make decisions concerning new share issues, in the form of non-cash issues and issues offsetting debt, is intended to create opportunities for the company to acquire all or parts of other companies. The terms and condition of share issues, including the issue price, shall be based on market value. Full utilization of the authorisation corresponds to approximately nine (9) per cent of the total number of shares. Item 18      Proposal by the Board of Directors concerning guidelines for remuneration of senior executives The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve in accordance with the guidelines presented below for remuneration and terms of employment for senior executives. The Board’s proposal is largely in line with remuneration principles used in preceding years and is based on agreements already entered between the company and respective members of the corporate management. Remuneration matters are addressed and managed by the remuneration committee. The guidelines shall apply to those persons who, during the period in which the guidelines apply, include members of the corporate management and senior executives of the Group. The guidelines shall apply for agreements entered after the Annual General Meeting’s resolution and, for cases in which changes are made in existing agreements after the Annual General Meeting. The company shall offer competitive total remuneration that makes it possible to recruit and retain leading management personnel. The remuneration of senior executives shall consist of a fixed salary; in addition, a variable salary, individual retirement pensions and other remuneration might also be included in the remuneration package. The combination of these payments comprises the individual’s total remuneration. The variable salary may vary depending on assignment and agreements and shall not exceed 45 per cent of fixed salary. Individual retirement pensions are limited so that they are tax deductible for the company. Retirement age is normally 65. Management’s employment agreements include termination specifications. In accordance with these agreements, employment can usually be terminated at the employee’s request with a 3-6 month notice of termination, while the company is normally obliged to serve a 6-12 month notice of termination. For the Managing Director of the company, a notice period of up to 12 months shall apply. Settlement shall be made against other sources of income during the termination notice. The Board of Directors has the right to disapply the guidelines above if the Board feels there is justification for such deviations in a specific case. Item 19       Proposal for resolution concerning the Nomination Committee The Nomination Committee proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve on the following principles for the composition of the Nomination Committee ahead of the 2016 Annual General Meeting. The Nomination Committee’s task ahead of the 2016 Annual General Meeting is to prepare and submit proposals concerning: a.    Election of Chairman of the AGMb.    Number of members of the Board of Directorsc.    Fees to be payable to Board Members and the Chairman and remuneration for Committee workd.    Election of members and Chairman of the Boarde.    Fees to be payable to the auditorf.     Election of auditorg.    Tasks and principles for the Nomination Committee The Nomination Committee shall consist of at least four and no more than six members, of whom one is to be the Chairman of the Board. On the basis of the list of registered shareholders maintained by Euroclear, the Chairman of the Board is to invite the three largest shareholders in the company in terms of voting rights at 31 August 2015 and thereafter the largest shareholder in terms of capital to appoint the members of the Nomination Committee. Should a shareholder decline to elect a member within one week of being contacted by the Chairman, the right to elect a member will transfer to the shareholder who is next in line in terms of the proportion of voting rights and share capital. The Nomination Committee appoints a chairman from among its own members. The company is obligated to disclose the composition of the Nomination Committee through a press release and on the company’s website no later than six months prior to the Annual General Meeting. The Nomination Committee’s period in office expires when a new Nomination Committee has been appointed. If one or more members step down from the Nomination Committee before it completes its work, the remaining members shall make the changes regarded as necessary from among the company’s shareholders to reflect share ownership in the manner stated above. This also applies if a shareholder equity who has appointed a member to the Nomination Committee substantially reduces his/her shareholding in the company. However, no changes are to be made if the work of the Nomination Committee’s has been essentially completed. Changes to the composition of the Nomination Committee are to be published on the company’s website. When appointing the Nomination Committee, the regulations of the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance (Code) must be followed, entailing, for example, that a member of the Nomination Committee may not be a member of company management, that Board members are not to comprise a majority and that a maximum of one Board member represented on the Nomination Committee may be dependent in relation to any of the company’s major shareholders. No remuneration is to be paid to members of the Nomination Committee. The company will defray reasonable expenses for the input required from consultants, advisors or others that the Nomination Committee may need to fulfil its task. Other The financial accounts, the auditor’s report, comments by the auditor in accordance with Chapter 8, Section 54 of the Swedish Companies Act, power(s) of attorney forms and the Board’s complete proposals concerning resolutions will be made available to shareholders in the company from 8 April 2014 and may be accessed at the company’s website www.elos.se and the company’s head office, Nya Stadens Torg 10, Lidköping, Sweden. These documents will be sent to shareholders upon request, which must include the shareholder’s postal address.The Board of Directors and the President, if requested by a shareholder and the Board does not consider the information harmful to the company, are required to disclose information about: the conditions that could influence the assessment of an issue on the agenda; conditions that could impact the assessment of the financial situation of the company or subsidiaries; and the company’s relationship to other Group companies. The total number of shares in the company is 6,051,000 comprising 1,099,740 class A shares and 4,951,260 class B shares. The total number of votes in the company is 1,594,866. After the Annual General Meeting, the company will serve light refreshments. Lidköping, March 2015 The Board of Directors

Bulletin from AB Electrolux Annual General Meeting 2015

Lorna Davis, Petra Hedengran, Hasse Johansson, Ronnie Leten, Keith McLoughlin, Bert Nordberg, Fredrik Persson, Ulrika Saxon and Torben Ballegaard Sørensen, were re‑elected to the Board of Directors. Ronnie Leten was re‑elected Chairman of the Board. At the statutory Board meeting following the AGM, Torben Ballegaard Sørensen was re‑elected Deputy Chairman of the Board. The proposed dividend of SEK 6.50 per share was adopted. The record date was set as March 30, 2015, and cash dividends are expected to be paid from Euroclear Sweden on April 2, 2015.The parent company’s and the Group’s income statements and balance sheets were adopted. The Board of Directors and the President were discharged from liability for the financial year 2014.The Meeting resolved to adopt the proposed remunerations to the Board that were communicated in the notice convening the AGM. The proposal for remuneration guidelines for Group Management was also approved, as well as the scope of and the principles for Electrolux performance based, long-term share program for 2015.The Meeting authorized the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of Electrolux B shares up to a maximum amount of 10 per cent of all shares issued by the company. The Board was also authorized to transfer own shares on account of company acquisitions and to cover costs that may arise as a result of the share program for 2013. These authorizations are effective during the period until next year’s AGM.Full details on the proposals adopted by the AGM can be downloaded at www.electroluxgroup.com/agm2015. 

Research on medical abortion and miscarriage may change international routines

The term 'incomplete abortion' is when there is residual tissue in the uterus following a failed abortion treatment or spontaneous abortion (miscarriage). This can result in bleeding and infection and is a potentially life-threatening condition that can effectively be treated with the medicine misoprostol. Misoprostol is a prostaglandin analogue that causes the uterus to contract and empty its contents. Some 20 million abortions are performed illegally, and often unsafely, every year at global level. They lead to around 50,000 deaths making unsafe, illegal abortions one of the most common causes of death among women of fertile age. In Uganda there is a very restrictive policy towards abortions, which means that illegal abortions are common, with a large number of incomplete abortions as the result. With funding from WHO, researchers at Karolinska Institutet and colleagues from Makerere University (http://mak.ac.ug/) in Uganda have conducted a study that includes around 1,000 women from rural districts of Uganda. The women had visited the health centres with complications following failed abortions or miscarriages. They were selected at random for treatment with misoprostol from either a midwife or doctor. The women were given a dose of the drug in tablet form at the health centre. After a few hours they were sent home with antibiotics, pain-relief tablets and were instructed to seek medical attention if they developed a temperature, or had pain or vaginal discharge. When the women were examined after two weeks, around 95 percent of the treatments had been performed safely and effectively, and the figure was as high for the midwives as it was for the doctors. The women who still had residual tissue in the uterus were given surgical treatment. “The study shows that midwives can safely handle the medicinal treatment of incomplete abortions in rural districts of Uganda with misoprostol”, said Dr. Kristina Gemzell Danielsson, Professor at the Department of Women's and Children's Health at Karolinska Institutet (http://ki.se/en/kbh/startpage) and Chief physician at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology  at Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm. “As the midwives far outnumber the doctors in Uganda and many other low-income countries, this increases the availability of treatment for incomplete abortions and miscarriages, which saves women's lives. The study will form the basis of new guidelines from the WHO, which will recommend that midwives be allowed to handle the treatment of incomplete abortions.” The other study included some 900 women from Finland, Norway, Sweden and Austria, who sought medicinal abortion treatment up to nine weeks of pregnancy. They were selected at random to either book a follow-up appointment within one to three weeks, which is routine today, or to perform a home pregnancy test which measures levels of hCG in the urine after one to three weeks. When the women were followed up there was no difference between the groups in terms of effectiveness or safety. “The study shows that it is possible to simplify the routines for medicinal abortions by allowing women to check the completeness of an abortion by perform a urine test at home. This increases the safety of medicinal abortions, as many women today fail to turn up to the follow-up visit. The study is expected to form the basis of new international recommendations from WHO and a change in clinical practice regarding medical abortions in Sweden and globally,” said Dr. Gemzell Danielsson. This research was funded by the Swedish Research Council, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm County Council, and Dalarna University, and the WHO provided technical support. First author of one of the current studies has been Marie Klingberg Allvin, researcher at Karolinska Institutet and Associate Professor and Pro Vice-Chancellor at Dalarna University (http://www.du.se/en). Publications: · 'Comparison of treatment of incomplete abortion with misoprostol by physicians and midwives at district level in Uganda: a randomised controlled equivalence trial (http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(14)61935-8/abstract%20)', Marie Klingberg Allvin,  Amanda Cleeve, Susan Atuhairwe, Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye, Elisabeth Faxelid, Josaphat Byamugisha, and Kristina Gemzell Danielsson, The Lancet (http://www.thelancet.com/), online 27 March 2015. · 'Clinical follow-up compared with self-assessment of outcome after medical abortion: a multicentre, non-inferiority, randomised, controlled trial (http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(14)61054-0/fulltext)', Kevin Sunde Oppegaard, Erik Qvigstad, Christian Fiala, Oskari Heikinheimo, Lina Benson, and Kristina Gemzell-Danielsson, The Lancet, 2015 Feb 21;385(9969):698-704, doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(14)61054-0, Epub 2014 Oct 30.

Report from the AGM of ProfilGruppen AB

Around 110 shareholders and guests attended today's Annual General Meeting at Folkets Hus in Åseda. The meeting was chaired by Kåre Wetterberg. CEO Per Thorsell gave a summary of last year's events and challenges. Per informed about the market for aluminum profiles, both in Europe and Sweden, as well as investments made in the production, and efforts to increase ProfilGruppen's market presence. Finally, he reviewed the financial development regarding last year. Decisions of the Annual General Meeting The income statement and balance sheet as well as the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet for the financial year of 2014 were adopted.   Dividend Due to the Group's result the Annual General Meeting decided that no dividend payout shall be made for the financial year of 2014. Election of the Board and auditor The following Board members were reelected; Bengt Stillström, Thomas Widstrand,Mats Egeholm, Susanna Hilleskog and Kåre Wetterberg. Kåre Wetterberg was also elected as Chairman of the Board. The Company’s auditor, Ernst & Young AB, with Franz Lindström as auditor in charge, was reelected for the period until the close of the 2016 Annual General Meeting. Fees The Annual General Meeting decided on fees for Board members in accordance with the nomination committees proposal. Hence, fees will be paid as follows:To the Chairman SEK 340,000.To other Board members elected in the meeting, not employed by the company, SEK 125,000 each.The remuneration- and audit committees are included in the Board's tasks and no additional fees will be awarded. No fees will be paid to Board Members and deputies elected by the employees.Remuneration for auditors was decided in accordance with approved invoices. Decision on the nomination committee The Annual General Meeting approved the proposal from the nomination committee on the procedural issues regarding how the new nomination committee is to be appointed and regarding its duties for the Annual General Meeting 2016. Guidelines for remuneration for senior executives The AGM decided on guidelines for remuneration for senior executives according to the proposal of the Board. No essential changes of the principles compared to last year was decided. Minutes from the AGM Verified minutes from the AGM will be published on the Group’s website. Financial information The interim report for the first quarter will be submitted on 22 April 2015. Dates for the release of financial information are available on the Group’s website, www.profilgruppen.se/koncern. Summary of the CEO's speech and verified minutes from the meeting will be published on the company’s website, www.profilgruppen.se/koncern. Åseda, 26 March 2015 Board of ProfilGruppen AB (publ.)Corporate ID no. 556277-8943

BE Group publishes the Annual Report for 2014

BE Group’s Annual Report for 2014 has now been published and is available on the Group’s website, www.begroup.com. In his Message from the President, Lars Engström states that “For the steel industry and for BE Group, 2014 was a difficult year. Over the year as a whole, no positive trend could be seen in either demand or steel prices. At the same time, the merger of SSAB and Rautaruukki brings a changed competitive environment that generates opportunities for us as an independent actor to break new ground with business solutions tailored to customers’ changing needs.” In the outlook for 2015, Lars Engström, says: “In our assessment, we will see a slight increase in demand in our markets during 2015. By adding value for our customers in the form of a broad product range, high level of service, short lead times and high delivery accuracy, we perceive opportunities to capture additional market share.” The printed Annual Report will be available from the second week of April and can be ordered via www.begroup.com or by calling +46 40 38 42 00. For further information, please contact:Lars Engström, Acting President and CEOtel.: +46 (0)734-11 79 01 e-mail: lars.engstrom@begroup.com Andreas Karlsson, CFOtel.: +46 (0)709-48 22 33 e-mail: andreas.karlsson@begroup.com BE Group, listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm exchange, is a trading and service company in steel and other metals. BE Group provides various forms of service for steel, stainless steel and aluminium applications to customers primarily in the construction and engineering sectors. In 2014, the Group reported sales of SEK 4.2 billion. BE Group has about 800 employees, with Sweden and Finland as its largest markets. The head office is located in Malmö, Sweden. Read more about BE Group at www.begroup.com

NOTIFICATION OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF BYGGMAX GROUP AB (PUBL)

Notification, etc. Shareholders who wish to participate at the AGM must: · both be listed in the register of shareholders maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, and · notify the Company of their intention to attend the AGM, no later than at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, to the address Byggmax Group AB (publ), Box 6063, SE-171 06 Solna, Sweden (Labeled “Annual General Meeting”), by telephone +46 (0) 8 514 930 60 or by e-mail to info@byggmax.se. When giving notice of participation, shareholders must state: their name, personal ID/corporate registration number (or equivalent), address, daytime telephone number, shareholding in Byggmax, the names of aany advisers (maximum two) and, when applicable, the name of a proxy or legal representative. Trustee registered shares In order to participate at the AGM, shareholders who have registered their shares in the name of a trustee must temporarily re-register the shares in their own names in the register of shareholders maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB. Such temporary re-registration must be executed no later than Tuesday, April 28, 2015, which means that shareholders are advised to notify their trustee well in advance of this date. Proxies Shareholders who intend to be represented by proxy must issue a dated power of attorney for the proxy. If the power of attorney is issued by a legal entity, an attested copy of the certificate of registration or its equivalent for the legal entity must be enclosed with the notice of participation. The period of validity of the power of attorney is permitted to extend to five years from the date of issue. An original of the power of attorney and, when applicable, the certificate of registration should be submitted to the Company at the above address, in good time, prior to the AGM. The Company provides proxy forms on request and these are also available from the Company’s website, www.byggmax.com. Number of shares and votes The Company had a total of 60,737,045 shares at the date of issue of the notification. The total number of votes in the Company is 60,737,045. The Company does not own any treasury shares. Proposed agenda 1. Opening of the Meeting and election of the Chairman for the Meeting2. Preparation and approval of the voting list3. Approval of the agenda4. Election of one (1) or two (2) persons to verify the minutes5. Determination of whether the Meeting has been duly convened6. Presentation of the Annual Report and the Auditors’ Report, as well as the Consolidated Financial Statements and the Consolidated Auditor’s Report7. Address by the President8. Resolution regarding the adoption of the income statement and balance sheet as well as the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet9. Resolution regarding the appropriation of the Company’s profit in accordance with the adopted Balance Sheet, and the record date for the dividend10. Resolution regarding discharge from liability of the Board of Directors and the President11. Determination of the number of Board members, deputy Board members and auditors 12. Determination of fees for members of the Board of Directors and auditors13. Election of Board members, Chairman of the Board and auditors14. Resolution on policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee and its work15. Resolution on the guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives16. Resolution regarding the incentive program, comprising a private placement and assignment of warrants17. Close of the Meeting Proposals for resolution Item 1 – Election of Chairman for the Meeting The Nomination Committee proposes the election of Fredrik Cappelen as Chairman of the Annual General Meeting. Item 9 – Resolution regarding the appropriation of the Company’s profit in accordance with the adopted balance sheet, and the record date for the dividend. The Board of Directors proposes a dividend of SEK 2.60 per share. The proposed record date for payment of the dividend is Thursday, May 7, 2015. If the AGM resolves in accordance with the motion, the dividend is scheduled to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday, May 12, 2015. Items 11 – 14 The Nomination Committee, comprising Cecilia Marlow Chairman of the Nomination Committee, representing Nordea investment Funds, Frank Larsson, representing Handelsbanken Fonder, and Per Trygg, representing SEB Investment Management, who together represent a combined total of approximately 21 percent of the total number of votes in the Company, made the following proposals regarding items 11 – 14: Item 11 – Determination of the number of Board members, deputy Board members and auditors The Nomination Committee proposes that the number of Board members elected by the AGM is six (6) with no deputies. Furthermore, the Committee proposes one (1) auditor with no deputy. Item 12 – Determination of remuneration to the Board of Directors and auditor The Nomination Committee proposes the payment of Directors’ fees totaling SEK 1,850,000, of which SEK 550,000 to the Chairman and SEK 260,000 each to the other Board members. The fees include remuneration for committee work. The proposal means an increase in the fee to the Chairman of SEK 50,000 and an increase in fees to the other Board members of SEK 10,000 each compared with the year earlier. Accordingly, total directors’ fees will increase by SEK 350,000 compared with the preceding year since it is proposed that all Board members receive directors’ fees. The Nomination Committee also proposes that fees to auditors are paid against approved invoices. Item 13 – Election of Board members, Chairman of the Board and auditors The Nomination Committee proposes the re-election until the end of the next AGM of the following Board members: Anders Moberg, Stig Notlöv, Lottie Svedenstedt and Karin Hygrell-Jonsson and the election of Hannele Kemppainen and Daniel Mühlbach as new Board members. Fredrik Cappelen and Stefan Linder have declined re-election.In addition, election is proposed of Anders Moberg as Chairman of the Board. Hannele Kemppainen was born in 1970, is a citizen of Finland and has extensive experience of consumer products and consumer marketing in Finland. Ms. Kemppainen is currently General Manager at Colgate Palmolive Finland and, previously, was Country Manager at Colgate Palmolive Finland. Ms. Kemppainen was at Proctor & Gamble from 1991 through 2005 and Country Manager and Head of Trade Marketing at Reckitt Benckiser from 2005 to 2010. Ms. Kemppainen holds a B.Sc. in International Business and Marketing from the American College of Switzerland and is a Board member and Chairman of the Finnish Cosmetics and Toiletries Association. Ms. Kemppainen is deemed independent in relation to the Company and its management and independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders. Daniel Mühlbach was born in 1974 and has extensive experience of e-commerce and has started and operated highly profitable e-commerce companies. Mr. Mühlbach is currently President and part-owner of FootWay Group AB, previously, he was President of the Lensway Group from 1999 to 2010. Mr. Mühlbach has a M.Sc. in engineering from Luleå University of Technology and is a Board member of, among others, FootWay Group AB and Solidar Pension AB and previously on the Board of Coastal Contacts Inc. among others. Mr. Mühlbach is deemed independent in relation to the Company and its management and independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders. A more detailed presentation of the proposed Board members is available on the Company’s website, www.byggmax.se.The Nomination Committee proposes the re-election of the Company’s current auditor, the registered accounting firm Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB until the end of the 2016 AGM. Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB have notified that Authorized Public Accountant Ann-Christin Hägglund will be the Auditor in Charge. Item 14 – Resolution on policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee and its work The Nomination Committee proposes that the AGM adopt the following policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee and its work ahead of the 2016 AGM: 1. Annually and not later than the end of the third quarter every year, the Chairman of the Board of Directors convenes the three (3) largest shareholders or shareholder groups (this includes directly registered and trustee-registered shareholders) in the Company, as registered at August 31 according to Euroclear Sweden AB, which are then each entitled to appoint one member of the Nomination Committee. The appointee in question should not be a Board member. If any of the three (3) largest shareholders wishes to refrain from appointing a member of the Committee, the opportunity to appoint a member of the Committee is offered in turn to the next-largest shareholder. In addition to the above, the Chairman of the Board can be appointed to the Nomination Committee. If any shareholder should waive their right to appoint a member of the Nomination Committee, only the five (5) largest shareholders need to be asked unless this would result in the Nomination Committee consisting of less than its minimum of three (3) members (including, where applicable, the Chairman of the Board of Directors). The President and senior executives of the Company are not permitted to be members of the Nomination Committee. 2. The Chairman of the Board is the convener of the first meeting of the Nomination Committee and one (1) owner representative should be appointed as Chairman of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee prepares written rules of procedure to govern its work. The mandate period of the Nomination Committee extends until such time as a new Nomination Committee has been appointed. 3. The composition of the Nomination Committee must be announced a minimum of six (6) months prior to the Annual General Meeting (AGM), thereby providing all shareholders with information about which individuals to contact regarding nomination issues. 4. If shareholders have been added among the three (3) largest shareholders after the Nomination Committee has held its statutory meeting, said shareholders may contact the Chairman of the Nomination Committee to make a request to appoint a member of the Committee. The Chairman of the Nomination Committee then informs the other members of this wish. If the ownership change is not insignificant, the member appointed by the shareholder that is no longer among the three (3) largest shareholders should vacate his position and the new shareholder can then be permitted to appoint one (1) member. However, the structure of the Nomination Committee should not be changed less than two (2) months prior to the AGM. Should a member of the Nomination Committee leave the Committee prior to completion of the Committee’s work and if the Committee finds it necessary to replace this member, the Nomination Committee should appoint a new member in accordance with the principles set out in item 1 above, based on the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB, as soon as possible after the member has left the Committee. Changes in the Nomination Committee are announced immediately. 5. The Nomination Committee should prepare and submit proposals to the General Meeting in respect of:• the election of the Chairman of the AGM;• number of Board members;• the election of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and other Board members on the Company’s Board of Directors;• directors’ fees specified between the Chairman of the Board of Directors and other Board members;• the election of and approval of fees to the auditor and deputy auditor (where applicable), and• resolutions on policies regulating the appointment of the Nomination Committee (where applicable). 6. No fees are payable to members of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee is entitled to charge the Company with expenses including the cost of recruitment consultants or other expenses required for the Nomination Committee to fully execute its assignment. Item 15 – Resolution on guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM passes a resolution on the following guidelines for determining remuneration and other terms of employment for the President (the “President”) and other senior executives (“Senior Executives”). The proposal for guidelines for determining remuneration and other terms of employment for the President and Senior Executives is, essentially, the same as those guidelines adopted at the 2014 AGM, with the exception that a proposed warrants program is included in the proposal. The overriding policies for remuneration of Senior Executives are that remuneration should reflect the position, the individual’s performance and the Group’s earnings, and be market-based and competitive in the country of employment. Total remuneration to Senior Executives should comprise a fixed salary, variable salary in the form of Short-Term Incentives (STIs) based on annual performance targets, Long-Term Incentives (LTIs) based on performance over a multi-year period as well as pension and other benefits. In addition to the aforementioned come the terms for notice of termination and severance pay. Fixed salaries should be set below median market rates, however, total remuneration, including STIs and LTIs, should enable median market salaries to be exceeded. Total remuneration should be reviewed annually to ensure that it reflects market rates and is competitive. Comparisons should take into consideration the position, the Company’s size, the level of salary and the individual’s experience. Fixed salary Fixed salary comprises the basis for total remuneration. The fixed salary should relate to the relevant market and reflect the scope of the responsibility entailed by the position. Variable salary (Short Term Incentives “STI”) In addition to their fixed salaries, Senior Executives should receive STIs for performance that surpasses one or more predetermined performance targets during the fiscal year. Remuneration from the STI program is limited to a maximum of 100% of the fixed salary for the President and 30% of fixed salary for other management, which means that Byggmax can immediately calculate the maximum variable remuneration level. STIs are measured with qualitative and quantitative measures. The maximum cost of the Byggmax Group’s STI program is estimated to amount to about SEK 6.0 million (6), excluding social security contributions. Long Term Incentives “LTI” The 2013 AGM resolved on an LTI program in the form of a warrants-based incentive program. This incentive program is described in Note 9 of the 2014 Annual Report and can be viewed on the Company’s website, www.byggmax.com. The Board has evaluated the need of an additional incentive program and decided to propose that the 2015 AGM resolve to adopt a warrants-based incentive program in accordance with separate decision data. Pension Where possible, pension agreements should be premium-based and designed in accordance with the levels and practices applicable in the country where the Senior Executive is employed. Other benefits Other benefits may be provided in accordance with the conditions that apply in the country where the Senior Executive is employed. However, all such benefits should be as limited in scope as possible and are not permitted to comprise a significant proportion of total remuneration. Notice period and severance pay Senior Executives should be offered terms complying with prevailing legislation and practices in the country of employment of the Senior Executive. During the notice period, Senior Executives should be prevented from working in a competing business. In specific cases, a non-compete clause against continued compensation is applicable for a period of up to 24 months after termination of the notice period. At present, the longest notice period in the Byggmax Group is 12 months and no severance pay agreement exists in any employment contract. The Board has the right to deviate from the aforementioned guidelines if the Board deems that it is motivated in specific cases. Item 16 – Resolution regarding the incentive program, comprising a private placement and assignment of warrants The Board proposes that the AGM resolve on a long-term incentive program as follows, comprising a private placement of warrants and the assignment of warrants. Background and motive The Board deems it important and in the interest of all shareholders that the employees of the Byggmax Group have a long-term interest in a favorable trend in the Company’s share price. The Company has previously adopted warrants-based incentive programs at the 2011 and 2013 AGMs. Of these programs, the warrants-based incentive program adopted at the 2013 AGM is still outstanding while the incentive program adopted at the 2011 AGM has expired without any shares being subscribed for under the warrants (for additional information see the heading “Outstanding and previous share-related incentive programs” below). A warrants-based incentive program for the Byggmax Group’s employees enables the reward of employees to be linked to the Company’s future earnings and value trends. Long-term growth in value is thereby prioritized and the goals of shareholders and the employees concerned coincide. In addition, share-related incentive programs create a Group-wide focus for these employees and thus prioritize actions for the long-term. The incentive program is also assessed as facilitating the recruitment and retention of key employees by the Company. In light of the terms and conditions, the size of the allocation and other circumstances, the Board is of the opinion that the proposed incentive program, in accordance with the following, is both reasonable and advantageous for the Company and its shareholders. Allotment and general terms for the warrants A maximum issue of 1,344,000 warrants is proposed. The warrants are intended to be offered to employees at market rates in even lots of 2,000 warrants. Participants in the incentive program are divided into three (3) categories. The Company’s Board should be empowered to decide on allocation of the warrants in accordance with the following guidelines: +-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Category | No. of |Guaranteed allocation of|| |participants in|warrants per participant|| | the category | |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| President | 1 | 400,000 |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Other | 6 | 80,000 ||management | | |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Key | 29 | 16,000 ||individuals| | |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+| Total | 36 | 1,344,000 |+-----------+---------------+------------------------+ Over-subscription is permitted with a maximum of 50 percent of the above guidelines per participant. In the case of over-subscription, allocation over and above the guaranteed allocation per participant as detailed above will be performed pro rata to the above guidelines. The highest possible allocation per participant is 600,000 warrants for the category “President”, 120,000 for the category “Other management” and 24,000 for the category “Key individuals.” All warrants are to be issued free of any consideration to Byggmax AB (Corporate Registration Number 556645-6215) (the Subsidiary), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Byggmax Group AB, to later, in turn, be assigned to the participants in the incentive program. In this connection, the price per warrant should therefore correspond to the warrant’s market value estimated through application of the customary valuation model (the Black-Scholes model) based on the share price of the listed share and other market conditions prevailing on the date of assignment. Each warrant entitles the holder, during the period May 30, 2018 through November 30, 2018, to subscribe for one (1) new share in the Company at a subscription price amounting to 115% of the mean value of the volume-weighted-average for each trading day of the price paid for the Company’s share on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm during the period May 7, 2015 through May 21, 2015. Days on which no price paid or bid price is recorded should not be included in the calculation. The subscription price arrived at through this calculation should be rounded off to the nearest whole ten öre, whereby 4 öre (4) should be rounded down and 5 öre (5) and above rounded up. The subscription price is not permitted to be lower than the quotient value of the Company’s shares. The calculation of the market value and calculation of the subscription price for subscription for new shares in the Company must be performed by an independent rating agency. Subscription to warrants should be performed on the subscription list by May 19, 2015. The Board of Directors retains the right to extend the subscription period. The subscription price and number of shares that every warrant entitles the holder to subscribe for is recalculated in the event of a split, a reverse split, new share issues, etcetera in accordance with customary conversion rules. Furthermore, in accordance with customary terms, warrants should be possible to exercise prematurely in the event of a compulsory redemption of shares, liquidation or merger whereby the Company is absorbed into another company. A prerequisite for the allocation of warrants is that the participant signs a pre-emption agreement with the Subsidiary.The underlying reasons for deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights is specified under the heading “Background and motive.” Costs, dilution effects and effects on relevant key ratios It is proposed that the participants’ acquisition of warrants is subsidized by the Byggmax Group through the participants receiving a cash bonus after tax corresponding to not more than 50 percent of the price of the warrants acquired by the respective participants. This bonus will be paid in the following stages: one third on subscription, one third one (1) year following subscription and one third two (2) years after subscription and requires that before each payment the respective participant is still an employee of the Byggmax Group and still holds the acquired warrants or, where applicable, the shares subscribed through exercising the warrants. The AGM’s resolution on this matter will authorize the Board to prepare complete terms and conditions for this bonus program. The incentive program is expected to result in costs of about SEK 2,500,000 per year, a total of SEK 7,500,000 for the period until the last day of subscription for the warrants, for the Byggmax Group. The costs are primarily attributable to the payment of bonuses and associated employers’ contributions for the Company’s subsidy of the participants’ acquisition of warrants. The proposed incentive program comprises a maximum of 1,344,000 warrants that can be utilized for subscribing for a maximum of 1,344,000 shares, which corresponds to an increase in the number of shares outstanding and votes in the Company with a maximum of approximately 2.2%. The Company’s share capital can increase by a maximum of SEK 448,000, with reservation for any increase caused by recalculation in line with the terms of the warrants. Dilution and the costs of establishing and administering the incentive program are expected to have a marginal impact on the Byggmax Group’s key ratios. Outstanding and previous share-related incentive programs At the 2013 AGM, the Company resolved to adopt an incentive program, comprising a private placement and assignment of warrants to the President, other management and key individuals. The warrants were issued free of any consideration to the Subsidiary, to later, in turn, be assigned to the participants in the incentive program. The program comprised a total of 828,000 warrants of which. 600,000 warrants were assigned to participants in the incentive program. Each warrant entitles the holder to subscribe for one new share in the Company in the period from May 30, 2017 until November 30, 2017 at a price of SEK 42.8 per new share. The participants in the warrants program have entered into a pre-emption agreement. The warrants-based incentive program adopted at the 2011 AGM has expired without any shares being subscribed for under the warrants. The program comprised a total of 600,000 warrants of which. 565,000 warrants were assigned to participants in the incentive program. The Board of Directors does not intend to implement incentive programs on an annual basis. Majority requirement A resolution in favor of the proposal requires the support of shareholders representing a minimum of nine tenths of the votes cast and nine tenths of the shares represented at the AGM. Information concerning the AGM The Board of Directors and the President must, if a shareholder so requests and the Board of Directors considers it possible without this resulting in material damage to the Company, provide information concerning, conditions that could influence the assessment of an item on the agenda, conditions that could influence assessments of the financial condition of the Company or subsidiaries and the company’s relationship to other Group companies. Documentation for the Annual General Meeting The financial statements and auditors’ report, the auditors’ opinion on the application of guidelines for the remuneration of Senior Executives, a complete set of proposals for the resolutions, and, where applicable, reasoned opinions as well as other documents pursuant to the Companies Act will be available from the Company at Armégatan 40 in Solna, Sweden, and on the Company’s website, www.byggmax.com, not later than three weeks before the AGM, that is, not later than April 14, 2015. Copies of the documents are sent to shareholders who have requested this and provided their postal address. The documents will also be available at the AGM. Stockholm, March 2015Byggmax Group AB (publ)Board of Directors

PA Resources files for corporate reorganisation

As mentioned in the year-end report published 26 February 2015, PA Resources AB (“PA Resources”, the “Company”) has for the past few months been in discussions with its creditors regarding a capital restructuring to establish a long term financing plan for the Company. During the course of this process the Company has requested and has been granted deferral of interest payments by its principal creditors on two occasions. On 24 March 2015 the Company summoned a new bondholders’ meeting and initiated a new written procedure, respectively, for the Company’s NOK and SEK denominated bonds to be held on 31 March 2015 (the bondholders’ meeting and the written procedure are jointly referred to as the “Bondholders’ Meetings”). The Bondholders' Meetings were summoned to request a further deferral of interest and principal due in respect of the bonds until 30 April 2015. As a result of a perceived lack of progress in the negotiations with its creditors in the past few days, the company’s board of directors is no longer confident in the ability to reach an agreement with all parties in the near term. In light of this, the Company’s board of directors has decided to seek protection from creditors by filing an application to the Stockholm District Court for a company reorganisation. The purpose of the application for the company reorganisation is to provide flexibility to enable the Company to achieve an effective restructuring solution for its stakeholders. The board of directors continues to believe that a long term financing plan can be agreed. The company reorganisation process will only include PA Resources AB and not its subsidiaries. The Company will continue to trade during the reorganisation and the reorganisation is not expected to impact the operations in its subsidiaries.  In the filing to the district court the lawyer Lars Söderqvist of the law firm Hökerberg & Söderqvist Advokatbyrå KB has been proposed as the court appointed administrator. Stockholm 27 March, 2015PA Resources AB (publ) For additional information, please contact:Tomas Hedström, Chief Financial OfficerPhone:   +46 8 545 211 50E-mail:   ir@paresources.se PA Resources AB (publ) is an international oil and gas group which conducts exploration, development and production of oil and gas assets. The Group operates in Tunisia, Republic of Congo (Brazzaville), Equatorial Guinea, United Kingdom, Denmark, Netherlands and Germany. PA Resources is producing oil in West Africa and North Africa. The parent company is located in Stockholm, Sweden. PA Resources’ net sales amounted to SEK 603 million in 2014. The share is listed on the NASDAQ OMX in Stockholm, Sweden. For additional information, please visit www.paresources.se. The above information has been made public in accordance with the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was published at 08:30 CET 27 March 2015.

INVITATION TO THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF AAK AB (publ.)

A.CONDITIONS FOR ATTENDANCEShareholders who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must be recorded in the Shareholders’ Register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday 28 April 2015, and must also notify the company of their intention to attend the Annual General Meeting not later than Tuesday 28 April 2015 at 4.00 p.m. The notification of attendance, which may be made in accordance with any of the alternatives specified below, shall state name, address, day-time telephone number, personal or corporate identity number, and the number of shares held. Shareholders who intend to bring assistance shall notify this within the same time limits as for the notification of their own attendance. Shareholders represented by an authorised representative should enclose a proxy in original to their notification. A proxy form is available on the company website www.aak.com and will be sent by post to shareholders notifying the company and informing the company of their address. Representative of a legal entity shall submit a copy of the registration certificate or corresponding papers of authorisation evidencing the persons authorised to act on behalf of the legal entity. Address:AAK AB (please mark the envelope “Annual General Meeting 2015”)c/o Euroclear Sweden ABBox 191SE-101 23 Stockholm, SwedenTelephone: +46 8 402 90 45Website: www.aak.com In order to participate at the Annual General Meeting, shareholders with nominee-registered shares must request their bank or broker to have the shares temporarily owner-registered with Euroclear Sweden AB. Such re-registration must be executed no later than Tuesday 28 April 2015. The shareholders must therefore notify the nominee of their request to have the shares re-registered in due time before Tuesday 28 April 2015. B. AGENDA 1.      Opening of the Meeting.2.      Election of Chairman of the Meeting.3.      Preparation and approval of the voting list.4.      Approval of agenda.5.      Nomination of persons to verify the Minutes of the Meeting.6.      Determination of whether the Annual General Meeting has been properly convened.7.      Report by the Managing Director.8.      Presentation of the Annual Report, the Auditor’s Report and the Consolidated Financial Statements and the Group Auditor’s Report for the financial year 2014.9.      Resolutions as to:         a) adoption of the Income Statement and the Balance Sheet and the Consolidated Income Statement and the Consolidated Balance Sheet, as per 31 December 2014;         b) appropriation of the company’s profit according to the adopted Balance Sheet and record day for dividend;         c) discharge from liability of the Board of Directors and the Managing Director.10.    Determination of the number of Directors of the Board.11.    Determination of fees to the Board of Directors and auditor.12.    Election of members of the Board of Directors and auditor.13.    Proposal regarding the Nomination Committee.14.    Proposal regarding guidelines for remuneration of senior executives.          15.    Closing of the Annual General Meeting. Election of Chairman of the Meeting (item 2)The Nomination Committee has proposed that Melker Schörling shall be elected Chairman of the Annual General Meeting 2015. Proposal regarding the appropriation of the company’s profit (item 9 b)The Board of Directors has proposed that a dividend of SEK 6,75 per share be declared for the financial year 2014. As record day for the dividend, the Board of Directors proposes Thursday 7 May 2015. If the Annual General Meeting resolves in accordance with the proposal, the dividend is expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday 12 May 2015. Proposal regarding the election of the Board of Directors, auditor and determination of fees (items 10-12)In respect of the Annual General Meeting 2015, the Nomination Committee consists of Chairman Mikael Ekdahl (Melker Schörling AB), Henrik Didner (Didner & Gerge Fonder), Åsa Nisell (Swedbank Robur fonder) and Lars-Åke Bokenberger (AMF). The Nomination Committee has proposed the following: - The number of directors shall be six without any deputy directors. - The total fee payable to the Board of Directors shall be SEK 2,385,000 (including remuneration for committee work) to be distributed among the directors as follows: SEK 620,000 to the Chairman and SEK 310,000 to each of the other directors elected at a general meeting and not employed by the company. Remuneration for committee work shall be payable as follows: SEK 250,000 to the Chairman of the Audit Committee and SEK 125,000 to each of the other members of the Audit Committee, SEK 100,000 to the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and SEK 50,000 to each of the other members of the Remuneration Committee. The auditor shall be remunerated in accordance with agreement. - Re-election of the board members Melker Schörling, Ulrik Svensson, Arne Frank, Märta Schörling and Lillie Li Valeur. The board member Märit Beckeman has declined re-election. - Election of Marianne Kirkegaard as new board member. - Re-election of Melker Schörling as Chairman of the Board. - Re-election of the accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, for a period of mandate of one year, consequently up to and including the Annual General Meeting 2016, whereby the accounting firm has informed that the authorised public accountant Sofia Götmar-Blomstedt will continue as auditor in charge. Proposal regarding the Nomination Committee (item 13)Shareholders, jointly representing approximately 54.3 per cent of the shares and votes in the company as per 27 February 2015, have notified the company of their proposal regarding Nomination Committee. Proposal regarding Nomination Committee in respect of the Annual General Meeting 2016 · The Nomination Committee shall have four members. · Re-election of Mikael Ekdahl (Melker Schörling AB), Henrik Didner (Didner & Gerge Fonder), Åsa Nisell (Swedbank Robur fonder) and Lars‑Åke Bokenberger (AMF) as members of the Nomination Committee in respect of the Annual General Meeting 2016. · Mikael Ekdahl shall be re-elected Chairman of the Nomination Committee. · In case a shareholder, represented by a member of the Nomination Committee, is no longer one of the major shareholders of AAK AB, or if a member of the Nomination Committee is no longer employed by such shareholder or for any other reason leaves the Nomination Committee before the Annual General Meeting 2016, the Committee shall be entitled to appoint another representative among the major shareholders to replace such member. Tasks of the Nomination CommitteePrior to the Annual General Meeting 2016, the Nomination Committee shall prepare and submit proposals for the election of Chairman and other members of the Board of Directors and auditor, the election of Chairman of the Annual General Meeting, fees to the Board of Directors and auditor and matters related thereto. Proposal regarding guidelines for remuneration to senior executives (item 14)The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves on guidelines for remuneration of senior executives, principally entailing that salaries and other terms of remuneration of the management shall be competitive and in accordance with market conditions. In addition to fixed salary, the management may also receive variable remuneration with a pre-determined cap of 110 per cent of the fixed annual salary based on the outcome of targeted results on group level and in the individual area of responsibility, as well as other benefits. In addition to said variable remuneration, incentive programmes related to the share or share price can be resolved upon from time to time. Pension benefits shall be either income or fee based or a combination of both, with an individual pension age, however, not less than 60 years. On notice of termination by a senior executive, a notice period of six months shall apply without any right to severance pay. At dismissal by the company, the notice period shall be twelve months with a possible right to severance pay with a predetermined cap of maximum twelve months. The Board of Directors shall be entitled to deviate from the guidelines if, in an individual case, there are particular grounds for such deviation. C. AVAILABLE DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION REGARDING NUMBER OF SHARES AND VOTES IN THE COMPANYThe accounts and the Auditor’s Report (the Annual Report) and the complete proposals of the Board of Directors with respect to item 9 b and 14 and all related documents will be available to the shareholders at the company as from Tuesday 14 April 2015. Copies of the documents will be sent on request to shareholders who state their postal address and will also be available on the company website www.aak.com and at the Annual General Meeting. The total number of shares and votes in the company amount to 41,987,039. All shares are of the same class. D. INFORMATION AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGThe Board and the President shall at the Annual General Meeting, if a shareholder so requests and the Board of Directors believes that it can be done without significant harm to the company, provide information regarding circumstances that (i) may affect the assessment of an item on the agenda, (ii) circumstances that may affect the assessment of the company’s or its subsidiaries’ financial position or information concerning (iii) the company’s relation with other companies within the group. Malmö in March 2015AAK AB (publ.)The Board of Directors For further information, please contact:Fredrik NilssonCFOPhone: +46 40 627 83 34Mobile: +46 708 95 22 21 The information is that which AAK AB (publ.) is obliged to publish under the provisions of the Stock Exchange and Clearing Operations Act and/or the Trading in Financial Instruments Act. The information was released to the media for publication on March 27, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. CET. AAK is one of the world’s leading producers of high value-added speciality vegetable oils and fats solutions. These oils and fats solutions are characterized by a high level of technological content and innovation. AAK`s solutions are used as substitute for butter-fat and cocoa butter, trans-free and low saturated solutions but also addressing other needs of our customers. AAK has production facilities in Belgium, Colombia, Denmark, Mexico, the Netherlands, Sweden, Great Britain, Uruguay and the US. Further, AAK has customisation plants in Russia and Malaysia. The company is organized in three Business Areas; Food Ingredients, Chocolate and Confectionery Fats and Technical Products & Feed. AAK’s shares are traded on the NASDAQ OMX, Stockholm, within the Large Cap segment. Further information on AAK can be found on the company’s website www.aak.com

Viking Supply Ships has entered into a contract with an Oil major for the Ice-classed AHTS “Brage Viking”

Viking Supply Ships has entered into a contract with an Oil major for the charter of “Brage Viking” commencing 1stof April 2015. The duration is for 2 years and 8 months firm, plus options to extend the contract with a total of 18 months. The contract necessitates certain investments in the region of USD 5-7 million, we expect around 4 week’s off hire for the yard stay. The contract value including options is around USD 100 million. The contract reflects the area of operation, the ice-classed ship and the competencies of the Viking team regarding operations in ice. For further information, please contact:Christian W. Berg, CEO, Viking Supply Ships, ph. +45 41 77 83 80 Rederi AB TransAtlantic is a leading Swedish shipping company with headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden and additional offices in Europe. The company is organized into two business areas: TransAtlantic and Viking Supply Ships. The company has about 800 employees and the turnover in 2014 was MSEK 3,190. The company’s B-shares are listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Small Cap segment. www.rabt.se Rederi AB TransAtlantic is obliged to make this information public according to the Financial Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act (Sw: lagen om värdepappersmarknaden and lagen om handel med finansiella instrument). The information was submitted for publication on March 27, 2015 at 11:30 a.m.

Annual General Meeting of Eniro

The Annual General Meeting resolved upon: 1.     Adoption of the income statement and consolidated income statement as well as the balance sheet and the consolidated balance sheet for the 2014 financial year.2.     Distribution of the Company’s profits in accordance with the Board of Directors’ proposal, i.e., through a dividend on preference shares amounting to SEK 48 per preference share, which corresponds to MSEK 48, to be paid in quarterly instalments of SEK 12 per preference share until the end of the next Annual General Meeting. Record dates for the dividend shall be 30 April, 31 July and 30 October 2015, as well as 29 January 2016. Payment of the dividend will occur on the third business day following the record day. Furthermore, the Annual General Meeting resolved not to issue a dividend on common shares for the 2014 financial year.3.     Discharge from liability for the Board of Directors and the present CEO Stefan Kercza. The previous CEO Johan Lindgren was not granted discharge from liability.4.     Re-election of Leif Aa. Fredsted, Stina Honkamaa Bergfors, Lars-Johan Jarnheimer and Staffan Persson and election of Cecilia Lager and Anna Settman as ordinary members of the Board of Directors. Furthermore, Lars-Johan Jarnheimer was re-elected as chair of the Board of Directors and PricewaterhouseCoopers AB was elected as auditor of the Company.5.     Remuneration to the Board of Directors remaining the same and comprising SEK 3,650,000 in total; SEK 1,100,000 to the chair of the Board of Directors and SEK 420,000 to each of the other directors elected at a General Meeting, SEK 150,000 to the chair of the audit committee and SEK 75,000 per member to each of the four other members of the Board committees.6.     Guidelines for remuneration to senior executives and procedure for establishing the nomination committee for the 2016 Annual General Meeting in accordance with the Board of Directors’ and the nomination committees’ proposals.7.     Rejection of shareholder’s proposal regarding a split of Eniro. 

Renewed tyre management contract supports Suckling Transport’s safety-first approach

Suckling Transport has renewed its EFFITIRES™ contract with Michelin solutions as the company works to further increase safety through effective tyre management. EFFITIRES™ – Michelin solutions’ name for an outsourced tyre management deal – covers the entire 168-strong Suckling Transport fleet of tractor units and trailers on a fixed pence per kilometre (PPK) contract. Dan Bauckham, Director of Engineering at fuel distribution specialist Suckling Transport, explains: “Professional tyre management is vital to our business and plays a key role in our drive to reduce on-the-road incidents to zero. By renewing our contract with Michelin solutions we can ensure our vehicles are always operating on premium tyres, maintained in the best possible condition.” Michelin solutions has appointed local service providers ATS Euromaster and Tructyre Fleet Management to support the multi-sited fleet, inspecting the tyres on each vehicle and trailer on a monthly basis. These inspections ensure that potential tyre service issues are spotted early and can be rectified immediately, whilst routine service work such as regrooving, turning tyres on the rim and planned tyre replacements can be scheduled at the same time as a truck’s PMI. By building these efficiencies into the fleet maintenance structure, Michelin solutions helps reduce downtime on each vehicle. Bauckham continues: “It’s essential we work with strategic-level suppliers which understand the intricacies of our operation and can support our long-term goals – that’s precisely what we get from Michelin solutions. Our business has become far more efficient since we started working together. They save us a significant amount of time and support our goal of continual business improvement.” Michelin solutions fits tyres from the Michelin X Multi range across the Suckling Transport fleet, including the latest generation X Multiway 3D tyre fitments on the tractor units. These tyres get their name from three-dimensional tread sipes which generate grip in difficult driving conditions, locking together when needed to maintain the stability of the tread – and giving Suckling Transport’s vehicles the traction they need, when they need it. Suckling Transport was acquired by the SBG Group in 2013, which specialises in fuel distribution and operates in Italy, France, Spain and the UK. The SBG Group maintains a Michelin tyre policy throughout its European fleet, whilst Suckling Transport has fitted Michelin tyres exclusively under a PPK deal since 2008. Suckling Transport’s commitment to safety is further highlighted through it being a signatory of the European Road Safety Charter and a silver member of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS). ends About Michelin solutions Michelin solutions was established as a new company within the Michelin Group in May 2013, replacing the entity previously known in the UK as Michelin Fleet Solutions. It currently employs around 800 people globally and is responsible for in excess of 500,000 vehicles currently on contract. Michelin solutions is dedicated to designing, developing and commercialising solutions for fleets of trucks, buses, coaches, cars and vans. Its solutions are aimed at fleets wanting to improve their efficiency, productivity, and environmental footprint, in a global and customised way. http://fleetstreet.michelin-solutions.com/http://news.cision.com/michelin-solutions For further press information please contact: Sam Hargreaves or James Keeler, Garnett Keeler PRTel: +44 (0)20 8647 4467E-mail: sam.hargreaves@garnettkeeler.com / james.keeler@garnettkeeler.com MICH_SOL/005/15

Annual General Meeting of Shareholders in Securitas AB (publ), 2015

A. NOTICE OF ATTENDANCE Shareholders who wish to attend the AGM must: (i) be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB, made as of Saturday 2 May 2015; and (ii) notify Securitas AB of their intent to participate in the AGM at the address: Securitas AB,”AGM”, P.O. Box 7842, SE-103 98 Stockholm, Sweden, by telephone +46 10 470 31 30 or via the company website www.securitas.com/agm2015, by Monday 4 May 2015, at the latest. On giving notice of attendance, the shareholder shall state name, personal or corporate identity number or equivalent, address and telephone number. A proxy form is available on the company website www.securitas.com/agm2015 and will be sent by mail to shareholders informing the company of their address and their wish to receive a copy of the proxy form. Proxy holders and representatives of legal persons shall submit papers of authorisation prior to the AGM. As confirmation of the notification, Securitas AB will send an entry card to be presented at registration for the AGM. In order to participate in the proceedings of the AGM, owners with nominee-registered shares must request their bank or broker to have their shares temporarily owner-registered with Euroclear Sweden AB. Such registration must be made as of Saturday 2 May 2015 and the banker or broker should therefore be notified in due time before said date. As Saturday 2 May 2015 is not a bank day Euroclear Sweden AB will issue the share register for the AGM on the previous bank day, i.e. Thursday 30 April 2015. This means that shareholders who wish to participate in the AGM must be recorded and owner-registered in the share register on Thursday 30 April 2015. B. AGENDA Proposal for Agenda 1.                       Opening of the Meeting. 2.                       Election of Chairman of the Meeting. 3.                       Preparation and approval of the voting list. 4.                       Approval of the agenda. 5.                       Election of one or two person(s) to approve the minutes. 6.                       Determination of compliance with the rules of convocation. 7.                       The President’s report. 8.                       Presentation of (a)                           the Annual Report and the Auditor’s Report and the Consolidated Financial Statements and the Group Auditor’s Report, (b)                           the statement by the auditor on the compliance with the guidelines for remuneration to senior management applicable since the last AGM, and (c)                           the Board’s proposal for appropriation of the company’s profit and the Board’s motivated statement thereon. 9.                       Resolutions regarding (a)                     adoption of the Statement of Income and the Balance Sheet and the Consolidated Statement of Income and the Consolidated Balance Sheet as per 31 December 2014, (b)                     appropriation of the company’s profit according to the adopted Balance Sheet, (c)                     record date for dividend, and (d)                     discharge of the Board of Directors and the President from liability for the financial year 2014. 10.                    Determination of the number of Board members. 11.                    Determination of fees to Board members and auditors. 12.                    Election of Board members. 13.                    Election of auditors. 14.                    Election of members of the Nomination Committee. 15.                    Determination of guidelines for remuneration to senior management. 16.                    Resolution regarding a proposal for authorization of the Board to resolve on acquisition of the company’s shares. 17.                    Resolutions regarding the implementation of an incentive scheme, including hedging measures through the entering into of a share swap agreement. 18.                    Closing of the Meeting. Election of Chairman of the Meeting (item 2 on the agenda) The Nomination Committee elected by the AGM 2014 and consisting of Gustaf Douglas (Investment AB Latour, etc.), Mikael Ekdahl (Melker Schörling AB), Jan Andersson (Swedbank Robur Fonder), Johan Sidenmark (AMF) (replacing Henrik Didner, Didner & Gerge) and Johan Strandberg (SEB Investment Management), proposed Melker Schörling, Chairman of the Board, to be elected Chairman of the AGM 2015. Proposal for Dividend (items 9 (b) and (c) on the agenda) The Board proposes that a dividend of SEK 3 per share be declared. As record date for the dividend, the Board proposes 12 May 2015. If the AGM so resolves, the dividend is expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB starting 18 May 2015. Proposals for Election of Board Members and Auditors and Resolution regarding Fees to the Board Members and the Auditors (items 10-13 on the agenda) At the AGM 2015, the Nomination Committee will, in connection with the election of Board members and auditors and the resolutions regarding fees to the Board members and the auditors, present and motivate the below proposals and also report on its activities. In connection with the notice, the reasoned statement of the Nomination Committee will be held available at the company website, www.securitas.com/agm2015. The Nomination Committee has proposed the following: The number of Board members shall be eight, with no deputy members. The Nomination Committee proposes re-election of the Board members Fredrik Cappelen, Carl Douglas, Marie Ehrling, Annika Falkengren, Alf Göransson, Fredrik Palmstierna, Melker Schörling and Sofia Schörling Högberg, for the period up to and including the AGM 2016, with Melker Schörling as Chairman of the Board. As auditors, the Committee proposes the re-election of the auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers AB, with authorized public accountant Patrik Adolfson as auditor in charge, for a period up to and including the AGM for 2016. The auditor’s fees are proposed to be paid as per agreement. Fees to the Board members for the period up to and including the AGM 2016 shall amount to SEK 4 975 000 in total (including fees for committee work) to be distributed between the Board members as follows: the Chairman of the Board shall receive SEK 1 200 000, the Deputy Chairman shall receive SEK 750 000 and each of the other Board members, except the President, shall receive SEK 500 000. As consideration for the committee work, the Chairman of the Audit Committee shall receive SEK 250 000 the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee shall receive SEK 100 000, the members of the Audit Committee each SEK 125 000 and the members of the Remuneration Committee each SEK 50 000. Proposal for Election of Members of the Nomination Committee (item 14 on the agenda) Shareholders jointly representing approximately 25 per cent of the shares and approximately 47 per cent of the votes in the company propose the AGM to adopt the following resolution: The Nomination Committee in respect of the AGM 2016 shall have five members: Gustaf Douglas (Investment AB Latour, etc), Mikael Ekdahl (Melker Schörling AB), Jan Andersson (Swedbank Robur Fonder), Johan Sidenmark (AMF) and Johan Strandberg (SEB Investment Management). Gustaf Douglas shall be elected Chairman of the Nomination Committee. If a shareholder, represented by a member of the Nomination Committee, is no longer one of the major shareholders of Securitas, or if a member of the Nomination Committee is no longer employed by such shareholder, or for any other reason leaves the Committee before the AGM 2016, the Committee shall have the right to appoint another representative of the major shareholders to replace such member. Proposal for Guidelines for Remuneration to Senior Management (item 15 on the agenda) The Board’s proposal for guidelines for remuneration to senior management principally entails that the total remuneration shall be competitive and in accordance with market conditions. The benefits shall consist of fixed salary, possible variable remuneration and other customary benefits and pension. The variable remuneration shall have an upper limit and be related to the fixed salary. The variable remuneration shall be based on the outcome in relation to set targets and be in line with the interests of the shareholders. Pension benefits shall be fee-based and pension rights shall be applicable as from the age of 65, at the earliest. The variable remuneration shall not be pension qualifying unless local regulations provide otherwise. The Board shall have the right to deviate from the guidelines in individual cases if there are particular grounds for such deviation. Proposal for Authorization of the Board to Resolve on Acquisition of the Company’s Shares (item 16 on the agenda) The Board proposes that the AGM for 2015 authorizes the Board to resolve upon acquisition of the company’s own shares of Series B according to the following terms: (i) acquisition of shares may take place on Nasdaq Stockholm, (ii) acquisition of shares may take place on one or several occasions during the time up to the AGM for 2016, (iii) acquisition of shares may only be made so that the shares held by the company at any point in time does not exceed ten (10) percent of all shares in the company, (iv) acquisition of shares shall be made at a price which falls within the prevailing price interval registered at each point in time, meaning the interval between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price, (v) payment for acquired shares shall be made in cash, and (vi) the Board should be authorized to decide upon any additional terms for the acquisition. The purpose of the proposed authorization to acquire shares is to allow the Board to adjust the company’s capital structure, to contribute to shareholder value. If shares are repurchased, the Board intends to propose that the company’s share capital shall be decreased through share reduction of the repurchased shares. A decision by the AGM on the proposal according to this item 16 must be supported by shareholders representing at least two thirds of the votes cast as well as the shares present at the AGM in order for the proposal to be adopted. Proposal for Incentive Scheme (item 17 on the agenda) Background and Motives For the past five years, the AGM has adopted a share related incentive scheme for the Group. The Board notes that the program is now well established throughout the organization and is delivering the expected results. As per March 2015, a total of 1,779 employees have received shares through the program. In keeping with the Board’s communicated intention when the previous programs were proposed, the Board therefore proposes that a similar incentive scheme be adopted by the AGM in 2015. The motive for the proposal is the Board’s intention to continue with the redesigned bonus structure to enable the Group to gradually have approximately 2,500 of Securitas top managers as shareholders, thus strengthening the employee ownership in Securitas’ future success and development to the benefit of all shareholders. The Board is of the opinion that these benefits may be achieved by continuing to provide a share related part in the existing performance-based cash bonus schemes. It is the assessment of the Board that the proposed scheme will also increase the Group’s attractiveness as an employer. The proposal principally entails that 1/3 of any annual bonus earned under the performance based cash bonus schemes would be converted into a right to receive shares, with delayed allotment and subject to continued employment. (a) Implementation of an Incentive Scheme The Board proposes that the AGM resolves on a share and cash bonus scheme for 2015 (the “Incentive Scheme”) in accordance with the following main principles. Approximately 2,500 Securitas employees who participate in the Securitas cash bonus schemes will participate in the Incentive Scheme and thereby be entitled to receive a part of the yearly bonus in the form of shares in Securitas, provided that certain predetermined and measurable performance targets, which apply also under the cash bonus schemes, are met. The principles already applicable under the existing incentive scheme, shall continue to apply. The existing principles include clearly measurable, performance based targets that are set as close to the local business as possible and aim for long term profitability of the Group. The performance targets vary depending on the position of the employee, but are as a principle based on year-on-year improvement of operating income (“EBITA”) in the area of responsibility. In principle all operative personnel at relevant levels in all regions also have targets based on improvement of cash flow. For the employees of the parent company, the performance is measured based on year-on-year improvement of earnings per share (“EPS”). The performance improvement compared to last year’s actual performance which is required to achieve maximum bonus, varies for different entities throughout the Group. Provided that the applicable performance criteria are met, the yearly bonus will be determined at the outset of 2016 and be payable by (i) 2/3 in cash at the outset of 2016 and (ii) 1/3 in shares of series B (the “Bonus Shares”) at the outset of 2017. The number of shares to which each participant will be entitled shall be determined by the ratio between the available bonus and the average share price at which the shares are purchased (such purchase to be made during Q1 2016 in accordance with applicable regulations). Distribution of Bonus Shares in accordance with (ii) is subject to the following two conditions: (1) if the total accrued bonus amounts to less than EUR 3 900, the whole bonus will be paid out in cash in accordance with (i) above, and (2) the employee must remain employed by Securitas as of the last day of February 2017 except where an employee has left his/her employment due to retirement, death or long-term disability, in which case the employee shall have a continued right to receive Bonus Shares. Prior to the distribution of Bonus Shares, the employee will not be awarded any shareholder rights (e.g. voting rights or rights to dividend) connected to the Bonus Shares. At distribution of the Bonus Shares, the employee shall, however, be entitled to additional shares up to a value corresponding to any dividend decided per share corresponding to the total number of Bonus Shares during the period from payment of the cash bonus until distribution of the Bonus Shares, adjusted to the closest number of whole shares that can be purchased for the dividend for each participant. The Board shall be entitled to resolve on a reduction of the distribution of Bonus Shares if distribution in accordance with the above conditions – considering Securitas’ result and financial position, other circumstances regarding the Group’s development and the conditions on the stock market – would be clearly unreasonable. Participation in the Incentive Scheme presumes that such participation is lawful and that such participation in Securitas’ opinion can take place with reasonable administrative costs and economic efforts. The Board shall however be entitled to implement an alternative incentive solution for employees in such countries where participation in the Incentive Plan is not advisable, which alternative solution shall, as far as practically possible, correspond to the terms of the Incentive Scheme. The Board shall be responsible for the particulars and the handling of the Incentive Scheme within the frame of the above principal guidelines and shall also be entitled to make such minor adjustments which may prove necessary due to legal or administrative circumstances. (b) Hedging Measures In order to enable the delivery of Bonus Shares in accordance with the Incentive Scheme, the Board of Directors proposes that the AGM, similar to previous years, approves the hedging of the delivery of the shares to the employees by Securitas entering into a share swap agreement with a third party, whereby the third party in its own name shall acquire and transfer shares in the company to employees participating in the scheme. The cost for the swap is estimated at SEK 325 000 assuming the same bonus amount as last year. Resolutions and Voting Majority The proposals according to (a) and (b) above shall be adopted as one single resolution and must be supported by shareholders representing more than half of the votes cast, or, in case of equal voting, by the opinion supported by the Chairman of the AGM. Effect on Important Key Ratios The number of shares in Securitas AB amounts to 365 058 897. The Incentive Scheme may lead to acquisition of a maximum of 2 000 000 shares, which is equivalent to 0.55 per cent of the total number of outstanding shares and 0.39 per cent of the total number of votes in Securitas. In view of the proposed swap agreement, there will be no impact on the earnings per share, other than the increased costs that the Incentive Scheme could cause. C. AVAILABLE DOCUMENTATION ETC. The following documentation will be available at the company and on the company website www.securitas.com/agm2015 at the latest as from 17 April 2015 and will also be available at the AGM: (i) the Annual Report and the Auditor’s Report, including the Board’s proposal for guidelines for remuneration to senior management, (ii) the statement by the auditor on the compliance with the guidelines for remuneration to senior management applicable since the last AGM, (iii) the complete proposal by the Board with respect to appropriation of profit and the Board’s motivated statement thereon, (iv) the proposal by the Board on authorization to resolve upon acquisition of the company’s shares and the Board’s reasoned statement thereon pursuant to Chapter 19, Section 22 of the Swedish Companies Act and (v) the complete proposal of the Board with respect to the Incentive Scheme. In addition hereto, copies of the documentation will be sent to the shareholders who so request, indicating their mailing address. D. INFORMATION AT THE AGM The Board and the President shall, if a shareholder so requests and the Board considers that this can be done without significant harm to the company, give information on such circumstances that may affect the assessment of a matter on the agenda, circumstances that may affect the assessment of the financial situation of the company or its subsidiaries and the company’s relationship with another Group company. Anyone who wishes to present a question in advance may do so to Securitas AB at the same mail address which has been stated above for the notifications to attend the AGM. E. NUMBER OF SHARES AND VOTES IN THE COMPANY At the date of this notice, the total number of shares in the company amounts to 365 058 897, of which 17 142 600 are shares of series A and 347 916 297 shares of series B. Each series A share entitles the holder to ten votes and each series B share entitles the holder to one vote. The total number of votes in the company amounts to 519 342 297. The company holds no shares in the company. Stockholm in March 2015 the Board of Directors SECURITAS AB (publ) Securitas is a global knowledge leader in security. From a broad range of services of specialized guarding, technology solutions and consulting and investigations, we customize offerings that are suited to the individual customer’s needs, in order to deliver the most effective security solutions. Everywhere from small stores to airports, our 310,000 employees are making a difference. Securitas AB 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 16.00. (CET) on March 27, 2015.

Sir Martin Narey to become chair of The Brain Tumour Charity

THE Brain Tumour Charity is delighted to announce the appointment of Sir Martin Narey as its new chair of trustees. Sir Martin, formerly chief executive of Barnardo’s and ex-director general of the prison service in England and Wales, will take up the post on 1 April. His appointment comes as The Charity seeks to accelerate change for those affected by brain tumours, which kill more children and adults under 40 in the UK than any other cancer. Its new five-year strategy sets out plans to double survival from brain tumours and halve the harm they cause to quality of life by 2020. The charity aims to secure investment of at least £20million into brain tumour research over the same period. Sarah Lindsell, chief executive of The Brain Tumour Charity, said: “We are tremendously excited to welcome Sir Martin as our Chair of Trustees. “His knowledge and experience of both the charity sector and Whitehall, coupled with his early career in the NHS, make him the ideal candidate to lead our board at this crucial stage. “We are determined to drive brain tumours up the national agenda, giving a voice to everyone affected by this devastating disease and accelerating the search for more effective treatments.” Sir Martin began his working life in the NHS before training as a prison governor. He went on to become director general of the prison service in England and Wales and was the first chief executive of the National Offender Management Service. He left the civil service in 2005 to become chief executive of Barnardo’s, a position he held for six years. Since 2011 he has advised government on adoption and other children’s issues. Sir Martin said: “I am delighted to take on this role. I have been lucky enough to be able to consider a number of approaches to become a charity chair in the last year or so. “But of all the charities with which I have had conversations, The Brain Tumour Charity stood out for several reasons. “I am impressed that their overheads are genuinely tiny and that they spend nearly every penny they raise on medical research and raising awareness of this terrible disease. “They have made a measurable impact and their ambitions are exciting. I hope I can help them achieve their goals.”

Eureka Entertainment announce home video release of LIFE OF RILEY

Eureka! Entertainment have announced the home video release of LIFE OF RILEY, the final film by master filmmaker Alain Resnais (Night and Fog, Hiroshima mon amour, Last Year at Marienbad) featuring a cast of some of Resnais's most frequent collaborators and powerhouses of French cinema and stage, and based on a work by the great English playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn. Following the recent UK theatrical campaign, Eureka Entertainment will be releasing LIFE OF RILEY in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition as part of their award winning The Masters of Cinema Series on25 May 2015. Premièred at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival mere weeks before its director's sudden death at 92, the final film by master filmmaker Alain Resnais (Hiroshima mon amour, Last Year at Marienbad, Muriel, Mélo, Providence) marks his third adaptation, penned by Laurent Herbiet and Alex Reval, of a work by the English playwright Alan Ayckbourn (following Smoking / No Smoking and or Private Fears in Public Places).  When the eponymous George Riley, never seen on-screen, discovers he's been diagnosed with a terminal illness, a circle of friends (played by such powerhouses as Sabine Azéma, André Dussollier, and Hippolyte Girardot), rally and spur him to take part in a play (another Ayckbourn work: Relatively Speaking) with the hope of enriching his final months. Soon after, however, George regains his life-force with full verve, and reattracts the women in his group, threatening their own domestic stability. With hyper-stylised sets nominally located in a fantastical Yorkshire; scene changes announced by cartoons by the French illustrator Blutch; and even an animatronic mole, which critic Cristina Álvarez López describes in her accompanying essay as "not just a merciless metaphor of George winning over death and returning victoriously to life, not only a sharp comment on the general, patronising attitude toward those who are ill [but] also the best example of how fearlessly Resnais approaches the issues of life and death: as a matter of serious playfulness, of charged lightness." It is that charged lightness, ever-present throughout Resnais's body of work, that makes Life of Riley (Aimer, boire et chanter, or To Love, Drink, and Sing) such a thrilling testament. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to release Alain Resnais's (unintentional) swan song in a Dual Format special edition. SPECIAL FEATURES featuring: · 1080p presentation of the film on the Blu-ray · New and exclusive video interview about the film with critic and scholar Geoffrey O'Brien · Original theatrical trailer · Interviews with the cast · 36-PAGE BOOKLET featuring a new essay by critic Cristina Álvarez López; a new note on his collaborations with Alain Resnais by playwright Alan Ayckbourn; and production imagery NOTES FOR EDITORS DETAILS: · Label: Eureka · Dual Format Cat. No.| EKA70171 · Dual Format Barcode| 5060000701715 · Dual Format SRP| £17.99 · Release Date| 25 May 2015 · Certificate| 12 · Run Time| 108 min. · OAR| 2.55:1 OAR · Picture| Colour · Genre| Comedy · Director| Alain RESNAIS · Year| 2014 · Country| France · Language| French · Subtitles| English (Optional)

Notice of the Annual General Meeting of Global Health Partner AB (publ)

The shareholders of Global Health Partner AB (publ), corporate identity number 556757-1103, (“the Company”) are hereby invited to attend the Annual General Meeting to be held on Wednesday 29 April 2015 at 3.30 p.m. on SEB’s premises at Östra Hamngatan 24, 405 04 Gothenburg. Registration will take place from 3 p.m., when coffee will be served. RegistrationShareholders who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must be recorded in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB (“Euroclear”) on Thursday 23 April 2015, and give notice of intent to attend no later than 4 p.m. on Thursday 23 April 2015. Notice of intent to attend can be given either in writing to Global Health Partner AB (publ), Södra Hamngatan 45, 411 06 Göteborg, Sweden, by telephone (+46 31-712 53 00), by fax (+46 31-313 13 21) or by e-mail arsstamma@ghp.se. Notice should include the shareholder’s name, personal or corporate identity number, address and daytime telephone number, and the number of shares held. Information should also be given, where appropriate, of any deputy, representative or advisor (maximum two). Shareholders represented by another party must submit a dated proxy to the Company for the representative. Anyone representing a legal entity must submit a copy of the current Certificate of Registration or similar authorization documents indicating who is entitled to sign on behalf of the Company. The proxy’s period of validity may not be longer than five years. Proxy forms in Swedish and English are available at the Company or on the Company website, www.ghp.se. The original of the proxy and any Certificate of Registration should be sent to the Company at the address given above in good time before the meeting. Shareholders that have their shares registered in the name of a nominee must, in addition to giving notice of their intent to attend the meeting, request that they be temporarily recorded in the share register in their own names (so called voting-rights registration) to be able to attend the General Meeting. In order for such registration to be effectuated by Thursday 23 April 2015, shareholders should contact their bank or trustee well in advance of that date. Proposed agenda1. Opening of the AGM.2. Election of Chairman of the meeting.3. Preparation and approval of the voting list.4. Approval of the agenda.5. Election of one or two people to verify the minutes.6. Determination as to whether the meeting has been properly convened.7. Address given by the CEO.8. Presentation of the Annual Accounts and the Audit Report as well as the Consolidated Accounts and the Audit Report for the Group.9. Resolutions on  a) adoption of the Profit and Loss Accounts and the Balance Sheet as well as the Consolidated Profit and Loss Accounts and the Consolidated Balance Sheet,  b) treatment of the Company’s unappropriated profits in accordance with the adopted Balance Sheet,  c) discharging the members of the Board and the CEO from liability.10. Determination of the number of members of the Board and deputy members of the Board.11. Determination of fees to the members of the Board and the Auditor.12. Election of the Board of Directors and Auditor.13. The Board’s proposal for a resolution authorizing the Board to issue shares.14. The Board’s proposal for a resolution approving the following related party transactions pursuant to chap 16 of the Swedish Companies Act.  a) The Board’s proposal for a resolution approving the sale of shares in OrthoCenter Stockholm  b) The Board’s proposal for a resolution approving the sale of shares in Bariatric Center Stockholm15. The Board’s proposal for  a) A change of company name  b) A change in the Articles of Association due to item 15 a)16. The Board’s proposal for a resolution concerning guidelines for remuneration and other conditions of employment for senior executives.17. Proposal for a resolution on principles for the appointment of the Election Committee for the Annual General Meeting of 2016.18. Closing of the meeting. Election of Chairman of the Meeting (agenda item 2)The Election Committee proposes that Thomas Eklund be elected as Chairman of the Annual General Meeting. Resolution on treatment of the Company’s unappropriated profits in accordance with the adopted Balance Sheet (agenda item 9 b)The Board of Directors proposes a dividend per share of SEK 0.13 and Monday 4 May 2015 as the record day for the dividend. If the Annual General Meeting adopts the proposal, it is estimated that the dividend will be paid on Thursday 7 May 2015. Proposal concerning the number and the election of members of the Board and Auditor, and fees to the Board and the Auditor (agenda items 10, 11 and 12)The Election Committee proposes that the Board shall consist of seven (7) people, with no (0) deputy members.The Election Committee proposes re-election of all members of the Board, that is Thomas Eklund, Carsten Browall, Bo Wahlström, Mikael Olsson, Cecilia Schelin Seidegård, Johan Wachtmeister and Christer Johansson, for a mandate period up until the end of the next Annual General Meeting.A reasoned statement from the Election Committee and further information on the proposed members of the Board are available on the Company’s website, www.ghp.se.The Election Committee proposes a Board fee of SEK 1,600,000 in total, to be divided up as follows: SEK 400,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 200,000 to six (6) Board members who are not Global Health Partner employees. No further remuneration is paid for committee work. The Election Committee proposes the re-election of Ernst & Young AB, with the authorized public accountant Thomas Nilsson as the auditor in charge. It is proposed that Ernst & Young AB be elected for a period up until the end of the next AGM. The Election Committee proposes that the Auditor's fee be paid on the basis of approved invoicing presented to the Company, for a period up until the end of the next Annual General Meeting. The Board’s proposal for a resolution authorizing the Board to issue shares in connection with a company acquisition etc. (agenda item 13)The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting adopts a resolution authorizing the Board, for a period of time no longer than up until the next Annual General Meeting in 2016, on one or more occasions and following or deviating from the shareholders’ pre-emptive rights, to make a decision to issue no more than 6,500,000 new shares. The Board shall be entitled to decide that the shares be paid for, apart from in cash, via capital contributed in kind or otherwise on terms specified in chap 2 § 5 second paragraph 1-3 and 5 of the Swedish Companies Act or that the shares shall be subscribed for with offset rights. A new share issue deviating from the shareholders’ pre-emptive rights may only be utilized to finance the acquisition of a company or part of a company. In the event of a resolution on a directed cash issue of shares, the subscription price of the new shares shall be set at an amount that is in close relation to the price of the Company’s shares on the Stock Exchange at the time the new share issue is carried out. The reason for the right to deviate from the shareholders’ pre-emptive rights is to enable the Company, when an occasion arises to acquire a company or part of a company, to quickly and effectively finance the acquisition either by bringing in capital or via capital contributed in kind. The dilution effect if the authorization is fully utilized corresponds to approximately nine (9) percent of the share capital and votes. The resolution is only valid if at least two thirds of both the votes cast and the votes represented at the Annual General Meeting have been given in favour of the proposal. Furthermore, the Board proposes that the Board of Directors, or its nominee, shall be authorized by the Annual General Meeting to make such minor adjustments to the resolution of the Meeting that may be required for registration at the Swedish Companies Registration Office. The Board’s proposal for a resolution approving the following related party transactions pursuant to chap 16 of the Swedish Companies Act (agenda item 14)a) The Board’s proposal for a resolution approving the sale of shares in OrthoCenter Stockholm (“OCS”)Global Health Partner’s business model is based on key persons in the subsidiaries becoming partners in the clinic where they are operational.During 2014 Global Health Partner sold 262 shares in OCS to Per Sandkvist, corresponding to a participating interest of 6 percent. Per Sandkvist paid a sum of SEK 1,817,872 for these shares. It is estimated that the payment corresponds to the market value of the shares at the time. Per Sandkvist is the CEO of OCS and it is assessed that he is of considerable importance for the clinic’s business. It is the assessment of the Board that the transfer of the shares is of benefit to OCS and thereby to Global Health Partner’s shareholders. The Board thus proposes that the Annual General Meeting adopt a resolution to approve the transfer of 262 shares in OCS to Per Sandkvist. Approval of the above resolution requires that at least nine tenths of both the votes cast and the votes represented at the Annual General Meeting are in favour of the proposal. b) The Board’s proposal for a resolution approving the sale of shares in Bariatric Center StockholmDuring 2014 the companies Bariatric Center Stockholm AB (“BCS”) and Kirurgkliniken i Stockholm AB (“KK”) merged. KK was folded into the Parent Company BCS by means of absorption pursuant to the Swedish Companies Act (2005:551) chap 23 § 28. Three key persons in KK, Bo Westman, Bo Ahlman and Göran Felländer, were partners in KK before the merger and should therefore receive newly issued shares corresponding to the same value in BCS as payment for the merger. The valuation of each company was carried out by means of a relative valuation. Bo Westman owned 100 shares in KK and received 82 shares in BCS as payment. Bo Ahlman owned 50 shares in KK and received 41 shares in BCS as payment. Göran Felländer owned 50 shares in KK and received 41 shares in BCS as payment. It is assessed that the payment corresponds to the market value of the shares at the time. In the assessment of the Board, the merger between KK and BCS is of benefit to the company and thereby to Global Health Partner’s shareholders. The Board thus proposes that the Annual General Meeting adopts a resolution to approve the issue of shares to Bo Westman, Bo Ahlman and Göran Felländer. The resolution is only valid if at least two thirds of both the votes cast and the votes represented at the Annual General Meeting have been given in favour of the proposal. The Board’s proposal for a) a change of company name and b) a change in the Articles of Association due to item 15 a) (agenda item 15)a) The Company’s present name is Global Health Partner AB. The Company decided some time ago to use the abbreviated name GHP in corporate communications The Board proposes that the company name be changed to GHP Specialty Care AB (publ). The resolution regarding this item 15 a) shall be conditional on the Annual General Meeting voting for the proposal for a resolution to change the Articles of Association, as laid out in item 15 b). b) The Board proposes that the Company’s Articles of Association be adjusted as follows: § 1 The Company’s name is GHP Specialty Care AB (publ). The Company is a public limited liability company (publ).The resolution regarding this item 15 b) shall be conditional on the Annual General Meeting voting for the proposal for a resolution to change the company’s name, as laid out in item 15 a). The resolutions regarding a) and b) above are only valid if at least two thirds of both the votes cast and the votes represented at the Annual General Meeting have been given in favour of the proposal. Furthermore, the Board proposes that the Board of Directors, or its nominee, shall be authorized by the Annual General Meeting to make such minor adjustments to the resolutions of the Meeting that may be required for registration at the Swedish Companies Registration Office. The Board’s proposal for a resolution on guidelines for remuneration and other terms of employment for senior executives (agenda item 16)The Company shall strive to offer total remuneration that is reasonable and competitive in the market where the Company is operative. The remuneration terms shall reflect ‘payment by performance’ and vary with the individual’s performance and the Company’s results. The total remuneration can comprise a basic annual salary, insurable benefits and other variable remuneration or remuneration from incentive programs. Following the ‘payment by performance’ principle, remuneration from different forms of variable remuneration or incentive programs can represent an important part of the total remuneration for senior management. Such remuneration can be offered both with short-term performance targets (up to one (1) year) and long-term performance targets (three (3) years or longer). Other variable remuneration may be approved by the Board in extraordinary circumstances, provided that such extraordinary arrangements are made with a view to recruiting or retaining personnel or achieving certain objectives. The Board of Directors shall be entitled to deviate from these guidelines if special reasons for doing so exist in any individual case. Proposal for a resolution on principles for the appointment of the Election Committee for the Annual General Meeting of 2016 (agenda item 17)The Election Committee proposes that the Company Chairman be appointed as a member of the Election Committee and shall appoint, in consultation with the three largest owners of the Company at 30 September 2015, three further members to the Election Committee. If any of these three owners do not wish to appoint a representative this right is transferred to the fourth largest owner, and so on. In the event that one of the members of the Election Committee represents a shareholder that no longer belongs to the largest shareholders of the Company in terms of the number of votes, or for any other reason decides to resign from the Election Committee before the Annual General Meeting of 2016, the other members of the Election Committee shall together have the right to appoint another representative for the major shareholders to replace this committee member. The names of the three owners’ representatives and of the shareholders that they represent shall be published no later than six months before the Annual General Meeting of 2016. The tasks of the Election Committee for the Annual General Meeting of 2016 shall be to submit proposals for the election of a Chairman for the Annual General Meeting, the number of members of the Board, election of the Chairman and other members of the Board, election of the company’s Auditors, fees and other remuneration for each of the members of the Board, a fee for the Company’s Auditors and a resolution on the Election Committee for the Annual General Meeting of 2017. The Election Committee shall otherwise fulfil the duties incumbent on the Election Committee, as stipulated by the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance. Documents and information on the right of disclosureThe Annual Report and the Audit Report and the Board’s complete proposals in accordance with items 13 and 14, as well as the Board’s statement in accordance with chap 18 § 4 of the Swedish Companies Act and the Auditor’s Statement in accordance with chap 8 § 54 of the Swedish Companies Act, and other documents in accordance with the Swedish Companies Act, will be available at the Company and on the Company’s website www.ghp.se no later than Wednesday 8 April 2015. The documents will be sent to shareholders who so request and give their postal address. Shareholders are informed of their right to demand disclosure at the Annual General Meeting both of the conditions that can have an impact on the assessment of a matter under consideration and of the conditions that can have an impact on the assessment of the Company’s or subsidiaries’ financial situation and the Company’s relationship with another affiliated company. Number of shares and votesOn the day of issue of this notice of the Annual General Meeting, the total number of shares and votes in the Company amounts to 66,082,387. Gothenburg, March 2015Global Health Partner AB (publ)The Board of Directors

Eltel makes an acquisition in Germany

Eltel has today announced the signing of the acquisition of Edi.Son Energietechnik GmbH, specializing in planning, design and construction of 110 to 380 kV overhead lines in Germany. With the acquisition of Edi.Son, Eltel is in the position to deliver both transmission lines and substations up to 380 kV to the German customers. The acquisition is an important step for Eltel and its growth strategy to extend its market scope in one of the largest European markets. Prior to the acquisition Eltel has been present in the German market in its Communication business for over 10 years. A Power transmission and distribution business was established in 2013 and the first customer contract was signed in late 2014. Eltel is present in the Nordic, Baltic, Polish and UK markets to deliver project services, upgrades and maintenance to power transmission and distribution system operators and counts as one of the leading players with its Power segment. In addition Eltel has delivered electrification projects and systems outside Europe, mostly in Africa, for over 50 years. Axel Hjärne, CEO of Eltel comments:“The acquisition of Edi.Son is a great step for Eltel and our journey as a leading Infranet company in Europe. Eltel has a very long tradition of building high voltage transmission lines internationally and we are very happy to announce a strengthened entry with Edi.Son in the German market. Edi.Son is a well recognized company in its market and will together with Eltel have good opportunities to grow the business further. We welcome the employees of Edi.Son to join Eltel”. Ralph Sonntag, Managing Director and seller of Edi.Son comments:“Edi.Son has grown to a size where I consider being a part of a larger international group will further boost the development of the company. After careful considerations, I came to the conclusion that Eltel would fulfil the expectations of Edi.Son and its employees and I am happy to make this announcement today. I will continue as Managing Director in Edi.Son and continue to develop the company jointly with Eltel”. More about Edi.SonEdi.Son Energietechnik GmbH is a company located in Wustermark, in the vicinity of Berlin, Germany. The company has more than 100 employees working with overhead line planning, design and construction. Edi.Son has been owned by Mr. Sonntag since 2005. The company has shown stable performance over the years. For more information, please contactGunilla Wikman, Investor Relations Manager at Eltel ABTel: +46 725 843 630, gunilla.wikman@eltelnetworks.se Hannu Tynkkynen, Senior Vice President, Group Communications at Eltel ABTel: +358 40 3114503, hannu.tynkkynen@eltelnetworks.com About EltelEltel is a leading European provider of technical services for critical infrastructure networks – Infranets – in the segments of Power, Communication and Transport & Defence, with operations throughout the Nordic and Baltic regions, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom and Africa. Eltel provides a broad and integrated range of services, spanning from maintenance and upgrade services to project deliveries. Eltel has a diverse contract portfolio and a loyal and growing customer base of large network owners. The number of employees is approximately 8,600 and in 2014, Eltel net sales amounted to EUR 1,242 million. This is information that Eltel AB (publ) is required to publish in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish” Financial Trading Act. This information was submitted for publication on 30 March 2015 at 08:00 a.m. CET.

Hexagon expands industrial software offering with the acquisition of Q-DAS

Hexagon AB, a leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications, today announced the acquisition of Q-DAS, an international software company in Statistical Process Control (SPC) solutions for industrial manufacturing. Software solutions have become a vital part of optimising the manufacturing process. Furthering Hexagon’s strategy to expand its software portfolio in this area, the Q-DAS acquisition adds software to support the data management needs of a factory. While people, materials and methods can all lead to fluctuations in machine and process capability, Hexagon’s solutions will now provide the means to more accurately observe and evaluate the production process in real time, enabling workers to control and suppress fluctuations as they occur. This helps customers avoid costly mistakes, adhere to global industry standards, and achieve manufacturing efficiencies with high-quality output. Based in Germany, Q-DAS has offices and partner distribution companies around the world. Already compatible with both Hexagon and third-party solutions, the Q-DAS portfolio is widely used in manufacturing sectors where high production volumes and dimensional quality needs require statistical analysis – like the automotive sector where Q-DAS is the de-facto standard. Hexagon and Q-DAS intend to maintain the company’s position in relation to technical partners, keeping Q-DAS platforms open to the numerous systems providers they currently support. The Q-DAS portfolio will strengthen Hexagon’s metrology planning solution, MMS (Metrology Management System), which is designed to provide easy access to measurement data – from any source or supplier – all in one place. The application of statistical procedures will improve measurement accuracy and consistency while also helping to automate the analysis of measurement results – making quality data fully actionable throughout the production process. “Adding Q-DAS to the Hexagon family has many advantages,” said Hexagon President and CEO Ola Rollén. “Not only does it provide the opportunity to increase the value of our MMS solution but also adds growth opportunities for our business, enabling increased market penetration of Q-DAS solutions through our global presence and customer network.” Q-DAS will be fully consolidated when customary regulatory approvals have been obtained. Q-DAS will positively contribute to Hexagon's earnings and the company's turnover for 2014 amounted to approximately 15 MEUR.

Alfa Laval wins SEK 70 million natural gas order in the U.S.

The air cooler systems will be used to cool the main process streams at the natural gas plant. In the cooling process natural gas liquids (NGL) are separated from the gas and then fractionated (distilled) into ethane, propane and butane. These fluids can then be used, for example, as feed stock for petrochemical plants, for household heating or as fuel for vehicles. “This is the second large natural gas order in short time and it proves our strong position as reliable supplier to the demanding oil and gas industry,” says Lars Renström, President and CEO of the Alfa Laval Group. Did you know that… NGLs are considered “by-products” in the oil and gas industry and that gas plants extract NGLs for profit and/or to ensure production of pipeline quality natural gas? About Alfa Laval                                                                                                         Alfa Laval is a leading global provider of specialized products and engineering solutions based on its key technologies of heat transfer, separation and fluid handling. The company’s equipment, systems and services are dedicated to assisting customers in optimizing the performance of their processes. The solutions help them to heat, cool, separate and transport products in industries that produce food and beverages, chemicals and petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, starch, sugar and ethanol. Alfa Laval’s products are also used in power plants, aboard ships, oil and gas exploration, in the mechanical engineering industry, in the mining industry and for wastewater treatment, as well as for comfort climate and refrigeration applications. Alfa Laval’s worldwide organization works closely with customers in nearly 100 countries to help them stay ahead in the global arena. Alfa Laval is listed on Nasdaq OMX, and, in 2014, posted annual sales of about SEK 35.1 billion (approx. 3.85 billion Euros). The company has about 18 000 employees. www.alfalaval.com For more information please contact:Peter TorstenssonSenior Vice President, CommunicationsAlfa LavalTel: + 46 46 36 72 31Mobile: +46 709 33 72 31Gabriella GrotteInvestor Relations ManagerAlfa LavalTel: +46 46 36 74 82Mobile: +46 709 78 74 82

Orc provides new opportunities in Canadian markets by connecting to Aequitas NEO Exchange

The NEO Exchange uses a bold new blueprint that puts investors, capital-raising companies and their dealers first. It launched its trading platform and data services earlier this month and is on track to launch a public listing platform by mid-2015. Its mandate is to use innovation and technology to bring more competition to the Canadian markets, for the benefit of all market participants. The NEO Exchange also aims to reduce the dealers’ cost of doing business and ensure their financial interests are aligned with the best execution interests of their clients. “By leveraging technology and market innovation, we are committed to providing all market participants with a level playing field and ensuring all investors feel they have a fair chance to participate,” said Karl Ottywill, Chief Operating Officer, Aequitas NEO Exchange. “We are pleased that Orc supports us in this new endeavor.” “We are excited to provide access to the NEO Exchange and to offer Orc clients new opportunities in the Canadian markets,” said Martin Nilsson, Head of Product Management, Orc Group. “Our sophisticated and powerful connectivity solution coupled with the expansive market coverage of the NEO Exchange is unparalleled and we are committed to evolving our Execution Bricks offering.” Orc believes the key to staying competitive is robust low latency access to trading venues, and provides fast, reliable market access to over 150 exchanges, broker and alternative liquidity pools in the critical areas of execution, market data and reference data. Aequitas NEO Exchange Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aequitas Innovations Inc., a company founded by a diverse group of prominent investors representing all Canadian capital market stakeholders. About OrcOrc is the global market leader in trading technology for listed derivatives. We serve the trading and electronic execution needs of premier institutions worldwide, who rely on Orc to stay ahead in increasingly dynamic and competitive markets. Building on our commitment to long term partnerships and technology innovation that delivers result, our next-generation app-based trading platform empowers professional traders and market makers. With 200 customers in more than 30 countries, access to over 150 trading venues and offices in each of the world’s key financial centers, we offer true global capabilities. Combining our technology and financial industry expertise, including a solid understanding of regulatory issues, Orc also provides expert advice and services that help reduce complexity and cost, while enabling clients to stay focused on value creation in their core businesses. Orc is owned by Orc Group Holding AB which in turn is majority-owned mainly by Nordic Capital Fund VII. For further information, please contact: Martin Nilsson, Head of Product Management, Orc Group. Tel: +46 8 506 478 17, email: martin.nilsson@orc-group.com Jessica Titlebaum, Marketing Director, Americas, Orc, Tel: +312 541 4181, email: jessica.titlebaum@orc-group.com

Hexagon announces new segment reporting

Hexagon AB, a leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications, today announced a new segment reporting structure. As of Q1 2015, Hexagon will replace the current Measurement Technologies and Other Operations segments with Geospatial Enterprise Solutions and Industrial Enterprise Solutions. The new structure is a result of the divestment of Other Operations and will also improve the alignment between Hexagon’s financial reporting and operational strategy. The Geospatial Enterprise Solutions (GES) segment will consist of businesses focused on capturing, managing and leveraging geospatial and positioning information. These are Leica Geosystems, Intergraph SG&I, Hexagon Geospatial, Hexagon Positioning and Hexagon Mining. Solutions in this segment leverage GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and mapping software as well as hardware such as laser instruments, GNSS and airborne imaging sensors to understand and act upon georeferenced data. The Industrial Enterprise Solutions (IES) segment will consist of the manufacturing and engineering focused businesses, Hexagon Metrology and Intergraph PP&M. It includes engineering software for creating and leveraging information critical to the planning, construction and operation of plants and process facilities as well as CAD (computer-aided design) and CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) manufacturing software and metrology systems that incorporate the latest in laser and sensor technology for fast and accurate measurements.   While both segments share a common goal of delivering actionable information, linking isolated silos of information across entire organisations and supply networks, each specialises in its own mix of hardware, software and services. In order to maintain consistency in the financial reporting, Hexagon will continue to report numbers for the former segment Measurement Technologies during 2015. Pro forma figures for the new segments for the period 2011 to 2014 can be downloaded in the financial statements section (http://investors.hexagon.com/en/financial-statements) of the investor relations page on Hexagon’s website as well as in the most recent investor presentation. (http://investors.hexagon.com/en/investor-presentations)

Scania starts city bus production in India

“The inauguration of this bus production facility is an important milestone for our Indian operations. The buses and coaches produced here will also be exported to other regional markets in the future and even to the rest of the world in the longer term,” says Scania’s President and CEO Martin Lundstedt. Scania’s industrial operations in Narasapura, 40 km east of Bangalore, already include final assembly of truck and bus chassis as well as bodybuilding and fitting out of complete vehicles. The production of fully-built long-distance coaches is already running. The city bus production will begin shortly, and the first deliveries are planned by year-end. The head office of Scania’s Indian subsidiary is also located in Narasapura, as well as a service workshop and a central parts warehouse. The production facility is currently designed for 2,500 trucks and 1,000 buses per year and has 600 employees. Within the next five years, Scania expects to double capacity and to recruit a further 200 employees by the end of 2017. Sustainable solutions In India, demand is increasing for vehicles with Scania’s quality and performance, as well as service-related products, in line with the country’s rapid economic growth and initiatives to improve efficiency in the transport sector. The Indian Government’s various initiatives to improve the environment and transport systems in the cities are also creating great opportunities for Scania’s sustainable solutions. “Already today – here and now – we can deliver trucks and buses that can run on biofuels, which are increasingly being produced, for example by using waste from the cities. Scania can also contribute with competencies and experience relating to biofuel production and efficient public transport systems,” says Anders Grundströmer, Managing Director, Scania India and Senior Vice President, Scania Group. Scania has been present on the Indian market since 2007, when cooperation was initiated with Larsen & Toubro (L&T). L&T has successfully established Scania’s trucks and services and has developed a close partnership with customers in the mining industry. During 2011, Scania formed the company Scania Commercial Vehicles India with the aim of boosting its presence through sales to additional segments of the Indian commercial vehicles market. The establishment of the operations in Narasapura began more than two years ago. For further information, please contact Hans-Åke Danielsson, Press Manager, tel. +46 8 553 856 62

NOTICE TO THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF HEXPOL AB (publ)

Shareholders of HEXPOL AB are hereby summoned to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held at 3 p.m. CET on Monday, 4 May 2015 at Malmö Börshus at the address Skeppsbron 2, Malmö, Sweden. A. RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Shareholders who wish to participate in the AGM must: firstly, be registered in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB no later than Monday 27 April 2015, and secondly, notify the company of their intention to attend the AGM under the address HEXPOL AB, “Annual General Meeting”, Skeppsbron 3, SE-211 20 Malmö, by e-mail to info@hexpol.com or at the website www.hexpol.com no later than Tuesday 28 April 2015. In connection with notification, shareholders must state their name, address, telephone number (daytime), personal or corporate identity number and information concerning their shareholding. For shareholders who will be represented by proxy at the Annual General Meeting, the original version of a signed and dated power of attorney must be enclosed with the notification. A form for the power of attorney is available on the company’s website, www.hexpol.com and will be sent by mail on request to shareholders who state their address. For those representing a legal entity, a verified copy of the registration certificate or corresponding document showing the company’s signatories must also be submitted. In order to be entitled to participate in the AGM, shareholders whose shareholding is registered in the name of a trustee must re-register their shares in their own name at Euroclear Sweden AB. Shareholders who require such re-registration should notify their trustee well in advance of Monday 27 April 2015, when such re-registration must have been completed. B. AGENDA OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Proposal for agenda 1.      Opening of the Meeting. 2.      Election of Chairman of the Meeting. 3.      Preparation and approval of the list of shareholders entitled to vote at the Meeting. 4.      Approval of the agenda. 5.      Election of one or two officers to verify the minutes. 6.      Determination of whether the Meeting has been duly convened. 7.      Address by the President. 8.      Presentation of          a) the annual report and the auditors’ report, as well as the consolidated financial report and auditors’ report on the consolidated financial report for the financial year 2014, and          b) statement from the company’s auditor confirming compliance with the guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives that have applied since the preceding AGM. 9.      Resolutions concerning          a) adoption of the income statement and balance sheet, and of the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet, all as per 31 December 2014,          b) disposition of the Company’s profit as set forth in the balance sheet adopted by the Meeting and the record date for dividend distribution, and          c) discharge of the Board of Directors and the President from personal liability. 10.    Determination of the number of members and deputy members of the Board. 11.    Determination of the fees to be paid to the Board members and auditors. 12.    Election of members of the Board. 13.    Election of auditor. 14.    Election of members of the Nomination Committee. 15.    Proposal regarding share split and change of the articles of association 16.    Determination of guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives. 17.    Closing of the Meeting. Proposals Election of Chairman of the Meeting (Item 2) The Nomination Committee elected in anticipation of the 2015 AGM, comprising Mikael Ekdahl (Melker Schörling AB), Åsa Nisell (Swedbank Robur fonder), Henrik Didner (Didner & Gerge Fonder) and Anders Algotsson (AFA Försäkring), has proposed that Chairman of the Board Melker Schörling be elected Chairman of the 2015 AGM. Proposed disposition of the Company’s profit (Item 9 b) The Board proposes that a dividend of SEK 12 per share be declared and that the record date for the dividend shall be 6 May 2015. If the AGM so resolves, the dividend is expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on 11 May 2015. Proposals regarding election of Board members and fees (Items 10-12) The Nomination Committee proposes the following: -        The number of Board Members shall be seven, without deputies. -        Directors’ fees shall be paid as follows: SEK 600,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 300,000 to each of the other Board Members elected by the AGM who are not employed by the company. As remuneration for committee work, the chairman of the Audit Committee shall receive SEK 200,000 and each member of the Audit Committee SEK 100,000 and the chairman of the Remuneration Committee shall receive SEK 75,000 and member of the Remuneration Committee SEK 50,000. -        Re-election of Board Members Melker Schörling, Georg Brunstam, Alf Göransson,           Jan-Anders Månson, Malin Persson, Ulrik Svensson and Märta Schörling as ordinary Board Members. -        Re-election of Melker Schörling as the Chairman of the Board. Proposal regarding election of auditor (Item 13) The Nomination Committee proposes that the registered auditing firm Ernst & Young AB is re-elected as the company’s auditor for a period of one year, whereby it is noted that the auditing firm has notified that, if the auditing firm is re-elected, the authorised public accountant Johan Thuresson will be appointed principally responsible auditor. Fees to auditors shall be payable according to contract. Proposal regarding election of members of the Nomination Committee (Item 14) Shareholders jointly representing approximately 56 per cent of the voting rights in the company propose that the AGM resolve as follows pertaining to Nomination Committee in anticipation of the AGM 2016. -        The Nomination Committee shall have four members. -        Re-election of Mikael Ekdahl (Melker Schörling AB), Åsa Nisell (Swedbank Robur fonder),           and Henrik Didner (Didner & Gerge Fonder) and new election of Elisabet Jamal Bergström (Handelsbanken). -        Re-election of Mikael Ekdahl as Chairman of the Nomination Committee. -        Should a shareholder who is represented by one of the Nomination Committee’s members cease to belong to the largest shareholders in HEXPOL in terms of voting rights, or should a member of the Nomination Committee no longer be employed by such a shareholder or for some other reason decide to step down from the Nomination Committee prior to the AGM 2016, the Nomination Committee shall be entitled to appoint another representative of the largest shareholders in terms of voting rights to replace such a member. Proposal regarding share split and change of the articles of association (Item 15) With the purpose to facilitate the trade in the company’s shares at Nasdaq Stockholm, the Board of Directors proposes the Annual General Meeting to resolve on a share split (Sw: Uppdelning av aktier) 10:1 so that each existing share is divided into ten shares of the same series and that section 4 “Aktier” of the articles of association is changed in accordance with the proposed wording below. The proposal involves that section 4 of the articles of association is changed in respect of the number of shares in the company so that the minimum number of shares permitted is two hundred million and the maximum number of shares permitted is eight hundred million. Furthermore, the articles of association are proposed to be changed in respect of the maximum percentage of shares of series B in relation to the total number of shares. After the share split is completed, the number of shares in the company will amount to 344,201,280 of which 14,765,620 shares of series A and 329,435,660 shares of series B. The proposed share split results in that the par value of the share is changed from SEK 2 to SEK 0.20. The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting determines the record date for the share split to be 19 May 2015. Current wording of section 4 of the articles of association: The share capital of the company shall be not less than SEK forty million (40,000,000) and not more than SEK one hundred and sixty million (160,000,000). The number of shares shall be not less than twenty million (20,000,000) and not more than eighty million (80,000,000). Shares may be issued in two series, series A (A-share) and series B (B-share). If the shares are issued in two series, series A shares shall not exceed 50 per cent and series B shares shall not exceed 95.6 per cent of the total amount of outstanding shares from time to time. […] Proposed wording of section 4 of the articles of association: The share capital of the company’s shall be not less than SEK forty million (40,000,000) and not more than SEK one hundred and sixty million (160,000,000). The number of shares shall be not less than two hundred million (200,000,000) and not more than eight hundred million (800,000,000). Shares may be issued in two series, series A (A-share) and series B (B-share). If the shares are issued in two series, series A shares shall not exceed 50 per cent and series B shares shall not exceed 97 per cent of the total amount of outstanding shares from time to time. […] Resolution on this Item 15 requires approval from shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the votes as well as the shares represented at the Annual General Meeting to be valid. Proposal for guidelines for remuneration to senior executives (Item 16) The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM 2015 resolves on guidelines for remuneration of the CEO and other senior executives in accordance with the following. The remuneration shall consist of basic remuneration, variable remuneration, other benefits and pension. The variable remuneration shall be based on earnings and the return on capital employed. Other senior executives are defined as members of the Group Management, currently the CFO and the company’s business and product area managers. The total remuneration shall be in accordance with the market practice and be competitive to secure that the HEXPOL Group will be able to attract and retain competent senior executives. The variable part of the salary shall be related to the earnings trend on which the individual may have an impact and be based on the outcome in relation to individually established goals. The variable part of the salary shall be maximized in relation to the fixed remuneration. The variable remuneration shall not qualify for pension. The variable remuneration is capped and shall constitute a maximum of 130 per cent of the basic remuneration, except for two senior executives for whom the variable part of the remuneration this year shall constitute a maximum of 170 per cent including possible integration bonus. Pension benefits shall either be benefit or fee based, or a combination of both, with an individual pension age, however, never lower than 60 years. The notice period shall normally be six months on the part of the employee. Between the company and the managing director, the managing director is entitled to a notice period of six months. At notice of termination by the company, a notice period of 24 months shall apply. For other senior executives the notice period shall be six months and on the part of the company normally 12 months. Remuneration to the managing director and other senior executives shall be prepared by the Remuneration Committee of the Board of Directors and resolved by the Board of Directors based on the proposal of the Remuneration Committee. These guidelines shall comprise officials who during the validity of these guidelines are part of the Group Management. The guidelines shall apply to employment contracts entered into after the resolution of the Annual General Meeting, and to any amendments of existing contracts. The Board shall be entitled to depart from the guidelines if there are exceptional reasons for doing so in individual cases. C. NUMBER OF SHARES AND VOTES IN THE COMPANY The total number of shares in the company is 34,420,128, of which 1,476,562 shares are of Series A and 32,943,566 shares of Series B. The total number of voting rights in the company is 47,709,186. D. AVAILABLE DOCUMENTATION The Annual Report and the auditor’s statement, including the Board’s proposal for guidelines for remuneration to senior executives, as well as the auditors’ statement regarding whether the guidelines have been complied with and the Board’s complete proposal concerning Item 15 and 16, as well as the Board’s motivated statement to the proposal for dividend distribution according to Item 9 b) will be available for the shareholders at the company’s office in Malmö no later than Monday, 13 April 2015. Copies of the documents will be sent to those shareholders who request to receive such information and who have provided their address. They will also be available on the company’s website www.hexpol.com and at the AGM. E. INFORMATION AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING At the AGM, the Board and the President shall, if requested by a shareholder and the Board considers that it can be done without material damage to the company, provide information regarding issues that may (i) affect the assessment of an item on the agenda, (ii) affect the assessment of the company’s or a subsidiary’s financial situation or (iii) concern the company’s relation to another group company. A shareholder who so requests may send questions in advance by mail to HEXPOL AB, ”Annual General Meeting”, Skeppsbron 3, SE-211 20 Malmö, Sweden, or by email to info@hexpol.com. Malmö in March 2015 HEXPOL AB (publ) Board of Directors

Annual General Meeting of Sandvik Aktiebolag

The shareholders in Sandvik Aktiebolag are convened to the Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday, 7 May 2015 at 5:00 p.m. at Göransson Arena, Sätragatan 15, Sandviken, Sweden. RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND NOTICE Shareholders who wish to participate in the Meeting must be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Thursday, 30 April 2015 and notify Sandvik AB of their intention to participate in the Meeting not later than Thursday, 30 April 2015. Notice of participation in the Meeting shall be made to Sandvik AB, c/o Computershare AB, Box 610, SE-182 16 Danderyd, Sweden, by telephone +46 (0) 26-26 09 40 weekdays 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. or on the Company’s website www.sandvik.com/en. Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must temporarily have re-registered the shares in their own name at Euroclear Sweden AB on Thursday, 30 April 2015 to be entitled to participate in the Meeting. Please note that this procedure also applies to shareholders who utilize banks’ shareholder deposit accounts. When giving notice, please state name, personal or corporate registration number, address and telephone number and the number of assistants, if any. If participation is by proxy, the proxy should be submitted in advance of the Meeting. Proxy forms are available on the Company’s website www.sandvik.com/en. AGENDA 1. Opening of the Meeting. 2. Election of Chairman of the Meeting. 3. Preparation and approval of the voting list. 4. Election of one or two persons to verify the minutes. 5. Approval of the agenda. 6. Examination of whether the Meeting has been duly convened. 7. Presentation of the Annual Report, Auditor’s Report and the Group Accounts and Auditor’s Report for the Group. 8. Speech by the President. 9. Resolution in respect of adoption of the Profit and Loss Account, Balance Sheet, Consolidated Profit and Loss Account and Consolidated Balance Sheet.10. Resolution in respect of discharge from liability of the Board members and the President for the period to which the accounts relate.11. Resolution in respect of allocation of the Company’s result in accordance with the adopted Balance Sheet and resolution on record day.12. Resolution on change of the Articles of Association.13. Determination of the number of Board members and Deputy members. In conjunction with this, the work of the Nomination Committee will be presented.14. Determination of fees to the Board of Directors and Auditor.15. Election of the Board of Directors and the Chairman of the Board of Directors.16. Election of Auditor.17. Resolution on guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives.18. Resolution on a long-term incentive program (LTI 2015).19. Closing of the Meeting. PROPOSALS FOR RESOLUTIONS Item 11 – Dividend and record day The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve on a dividend of SEK 3.50 per share. Monday, 11 May 2015 is proposed as the record day. If the Meeting approves these proposals, it is estimated that the dividend be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on Friday, 15 May 2015. Item 12 – Proposal by the Board of Directors for a resolution on a change of the Articles of Association In order to increase flexibility and follow market practice, the Board of Directors considers that the term of office for Sandvik AB’s Auditor shall be one year, pursuant to the main rule in the Swedish Companies Act, rather than four years as currently stated in Sandvik AB’s Articles of Association. The Board of Directors therefore proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve to change § 7 of the Articles of Association, as proposed below, whereby the main rule in the Swedish Companies Act on the Auditor’s term of office will apply instead. The proposed change also includes a simplified and more flexible wording with respect to the number of Auditors to be appointed. +-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|Current |Proposed new wording ||wording | |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|§ 7 |§ 7 ||The General|The Company shall have not less than one and not more than three||Meeting |Auditors with not more than three Deputy Auditors. A registered ||shall |public accounting firm may be appointed Auditor. ||appoint not| ||less than | ||two and not| ||more than | ||three | ||Auditors | ||and the | ||same number| ||of Deputy | ||Auditors. | ||The General| ||Meeting may| ||also | ||appoint one| ||Auditor, | ||without a | ||Deputy | ||Auditor, if| ||the General| ||Meeting | ||appoints a | ||registered | ||public | ||accounting | ||firm as | ||Auditor. | ||The | ||appointment| ||as Auditor | ||shall be | ||valid up to| ||the close | ||of the | ||Annual | ||General | ||Meeting | ||held during| ||the fourth | ||financial | ||year after | ||the | ||appointment| ||of the | ||Auditor. | |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+ The Nomination Committee's proposals The Nomination Committee comprises its Chairman Anders Nyberg (AB Industrivärden), Håkan Sandberg (Handelsbanken AB, Handelsbanken’s Pension Foundation and Handelsbanken’s Pension Fund), Kaj Thorén (Alecta), Tomas Hedberg (Swedbank Robur Funds) and Anders Nyrén (Sandvik’s Chairman of the Board of Directors). The Nomination Committee proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve on the following:  Item 2 –  Attorney Sven Unger as Chairman of the Meeting. Item 13 –  Eight Board members and no deputies. Item 14 – Fees to the Board of Directors shall amount to SEK 6,100,000 in total (including fees for Committee work) with the following unchanged distribution between the Board members: · Board member not employed by the Company: SEK 600,000                       · Chairman of the Board of Directors: SEK 1,700,000 · Board member elected by the General Meeting who is a member of the Audit Committee: SEK 150,000 · Chairman of the Audit Committee: SEK 175,000 · Board member elected by the General Meeting who is a member of the Remuneration Committee: SEK 100,000 · Chairman of the Remuneration Committee: SEK 125,000 Fees to the Auditor shall be paid in accordance with approved invoices. Item 15 – Election of Jennifer Allerton and Claes Boustedt as new Board members. Re-election of Board members Olof Faxander, Jürgen M Geissinger, Johan Karlström, Hanne de Mora, Anders Nyrén and Lars Westerberg. Re-election of Anders Nyrén as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Simon Thompson has informed that he is not available for re-election. Jennifer Allerton, born 1951, holds a M.Sc. in Physics and B.Sc. in Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Geosciences. She has held a variety of leading positions at a number of global companies such as F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Barclaycard, BOC (now Linde), Cable & Wireless Business Networks and Unilever plc. She is a Board member of Iron Mountain Inc, Aveva Group plc and Oxford Instruments plc. Claes Boustedt, born 1962, MBA, is Vice President of L E Lundbergföretagen AB since 1997 and President of L E Lundberg Kapitalförvaltning AB since 1995. He is a Board member of Hufvudstaden AB. Item 16 –  Re-election of KPMG AB as Auditor for the period until the end of the 2016 Annual General Meeting. Item 17 –  Proposal by the Board of Directors for a resolution on guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve to adopt the following guidelines for the remuneration of senior executives for the period extending until the 2016 Annual General Meeting, which guidelines correspond substantially to those adopted by the 2014 Annual General Meeting. The remuneration of the Group Executive Management is to comprise fixed salary, variable salary, pension and other benefits. The total remuneration package should be based on market terms, be competitive and reflect the individual’s performance and responsibilities as well as the Group’s earnings trend. The variable salary may comprise short-term incentives in cash and long-term incentives in cash, shares and /or share-based instruments in Sandvik AB. Variable salary in cash is conditional upon the fulfillment of defined and measurable goals and should be maximized in relation to the fixed salary. Long-term incentives in the form of shares and /or share-based instruments in Sandvik AB may be provided through participation in long-term incentive programs approved by the General Meeting. Terms and conditions for variable salary should be designed so that the Board of Directors, if exceptional economic circumstances prevail, has the option of limiting or refraining from payment of variable salary if such a measure is considered reasonable. In specific cases, agreements may be reached regarding one-off remuneration amounts provided that such remuneration does not exceed an amount corresponding to the individual’s annual fixed salary and maximum variable salary in cash, and is not paid more than once per year and individual. Pension benefits should either be defined benefit or defined contribution, or a combination thereof. The minimum retirement age for the President is 60 and for other members of the Group Executive Management the minimum retirement age is 62. Normally, severance payment is made when employment is terminated by Sandvik. Members of the Group Executive Management generally have a period of notice of not more than 12 months, in combination with severance pay corresponding to 6–12 months fixed salary. An alternative solution may be applied to the President comprising a period of notice of 24 months and no severance pay. No severance payment will be made when employment is terminated by the employee. The Board of Directors is to have the right to depart from the guidelines resolved on by the Annual General Meeting if, in an individual case, there are special reasons for this. The sphere of senior executives encompassed by the guidelines comprises the President and other members of the Group Executive Management. For information concerning the current remuneration of senior executives, including ongoing long-term incentive programs, refer to note 3.5 in the Company’s 2014 Annual Report. Item 18 – Proposal by the Board of Directors for a resolution on a long-term incentive program (LTI 2015) Background At Sandvik’s Annual General Meeting 2014 it was resolved that a new long-term incentive program for senior executives and key employees should be introduced, in the form of a performance share program requiring investment by all participants. The intention of the Board of Directors was also to propose that the Annual General Meetings of 2015 and 2016 resolve on long-term incentive programs in accordance with the same main principles. Accordingly, the Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve on a long-term incentive program for senior executives and key employees for 2015 (“LTI 2015”), on substantially the same terms and conditions as the 2014 long-term incentive program. In addition to aligning the interests of the participants and the shareholders, the purpose of LTI 2015 is also to strengthen the Sandvik Group’s ability to attract, retain and motivate qualified employees as well as to strengthen Sandvik’s focus and objective to meet its long-term business goals. The total number of shares that can be allocated pursuant to the long-term incentive programs during the years 2014–2016 must not exceed 12,540,000 shares, which corresponds to approximately 1 percent of the number of outstanding shares in Sandvik. General LTI 2015 encompasses approximately 350 senior executives and key employees in the Sandvik Group, divided into four categories, and comprises a maximum of 4,500,000 Sandvik shares. In order to participate in LTI 2015 the employee is required to invest in Sandvik shares at market price no later than 12 June 2015 (“Investment Shares”). The employee may within the scope of LTI 2015 invest up to an amount corresponding to 10 percent of the employee’s fixed annual salary before tax at the time of the investment. Provided such acquisition of Investment Shares is made, participants of LTI 2015 will be entitled to allotment of Sandvik shares, free of charge, after a period of three years on the terms and conditions set forth below. Matching Shares Each acquired Investment Share entitles participants, in all four categories, to be allotted one Sandvik share (“Matching Share”). Performance Shares Each acquired Investment Share entitles participants to be allotted, in addition to Matching Shares, further Sandvik shares provided certain performance targets are met (“Performance Shares”). The maximum number of Performance Shares that may be allotted for each acquired Investment Share is: · 7 for the President, · 6 for each additional member of the Group Executive Management (11 persons), · 5 for each senior manager (approximately 60 persons), and · 4 for each key contributor (approximately 278 persons). Each member of the Group Executive Management shall nominate the persons that are to be offered participation in LTI 2015 and that are to be classified as senior manager and key contributor, respectively, based on position, qualification and individual performance. All nominations are to be approved by the President. The number of Performance Shares that will finally be allotted to the participant for each acquired Investment Share is dependent on the development of the Sandvik Group adjusted Earnings Per Share (“EPS”) during the financial year 2015, compared to adjusted EPS for the financial year 2014. The Board of Directors establishes the levels regarding adjusted EPS that must be attained for allotment of a certain number of Performance Shares. In order for any Performance Shares to be allotted adjusted EPS growth for the financial year 2015 must exceed 5 percent in relation to adjusted EPS for the financial year 2014. The established levels and the extent to which they are attained will be disclosed in the 2015 Annual Report. Prerequisites for allotment The allotment of Matching and Performance Shares, respectively, requires continuous employment and that all Investment Shares be held during a period of three years from the acquisition of the Investment Shares (“Vesting period”). The Chairman of the Board of Directors may in special cases grant exemptions from the requirement to hold the Investment Shares during the whole Vesting Period. The right to be allotted Matching Shares presupposes that the 2016 Annual General Meeting decides on dividends for the financial year 2015. Whether or not dividends are decided on does not impact a participant’s right to be allotted Performance Shares. If the prerequisites for allotment set forth for LTI 2015 are met, allotment of Matching and Performance Shares, respectively, will take place during 2018, and no later than 30 June 2018. The allotment will take place free of charge, subject to tax. Adjustment of the number of Performance Shares and/or Matching Shares etc. Before the allotment of Performance Shares takes place, the Board of Directors shall consider whether the number of Performance Shares is reasonable taking into account the financial results and position of Sandvik, the impact of larger acquisitions, divestments and other significant capital transactions, stock market conditions and other circumstances. If the Board of Directors deems that this is not the case, the Board of Directors shall reduce the number of Performance Shares to the lower number the Board of Directors finds appropriate or decide that no allotment should take place. In the event of a bonus issue, split, rights issue and/or other similar events in Sandvik, the Board of Directors shall be entitled to decide on the recalculation of the terms of LTI 2015. The Board of Directors may decide on the implementation of an alternative cash based incentive solution for participants in countries where the acquisition of Investment Shares or allotment of Matching and Performance Shares, respectively, is not appropriate, as well as if otherwise considered appropriate. Such alternative incentive solution shall to the extent practically possible be designed to correspond to the terms of LTI 2015. The Board of Directors, or a committee appointed by the Board of Directors for this purpose, shall be responsible for the detailed design and administration of LTI 2015 based on the main terms set forth herein. The right to be allotted Matching and Performance Shares, respectively, cannot be transferred and does not give the participant a right to compensation for dividend distributed during the Vesting period with respect to the underlying shares. Costs of LTI 2015 and hedging arrangements The total costs of LTI 2015 are estimated at up to SEK 297 million, at maximum allotment of Matching and Performance Shares. The costs will be allocated over the years 2015–2017. The costs have been calculated as the sum of personnel costs, including social security costs and administration costs for the program. The administration costs have been estimated at SEK 3 million. The personnel costs (excluding social security costs) have been calculated based on the value, at the start of the program, of the Matching and Performance Shares that may be allotted at maximum performance, less the present value of the expected dividend during the Vesting Period. The calculation of the maximum costs is based on maximum performance and on a highest price per share of SEK 100. Sandvik intends to secure its commitment to deliver up to 4,500,000 Sandvik shares under LTI 2015 through a share swap agreement with a third party. The interest cost for such a share swap is estimated at approximately SEK 5.5 million per year based on the current interest levels. Against this cost, however, stands the value of possible dividends. In addition, there will be administrative costs estimated at approximately SEK 0.5 million. Preparation of the proposal The proposal has been prepared by the Board’s Remuneration Committee and has been discussed and resolved on by the Board of Directors. The President has not taken part in the Board of Directors’ discussion and resolution with respect to the proposal. Majority requirement The resolution regarding LTI 2015 is valid where supported by shareholders holding more than half of the votes cast at the Meeting. Other For a description of other long-term incentive programs within Sandvik reference is made to note 3.5 in Sandvik’s 2014 Annual Report and to the Company’s website. INFORMATION AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Board of Directors and the President shall, if any shareholder so requests and the Board of Directors believes that it can be done without material harm to the Company, provide information regarding circumstances that may affect the assessment of an item on the agenda, and circumstances that can affect the assessment of the Company’s or its subsidiaries’ financial situation, or the Company’s relation to other group companies. DOCUMENTATION The Nomination Committee’s proposals under items 2 and 13–16 and the Board of Directors’ proposals under items 12, 17 and 18 are included in their entirety in the notice above. The Nomination Committee’s statement and the presentation of the proposed Board members are available on the Company’s website www.sandvik.com/en. Accounting documents, the Auditor’s Report and the Auditor’s statement regarding the application of the guidelines for remuneration will be available at Sandvik AB, Kungsbron 1, section G, floor 6, Stockholm, and on the Company’s website www.sandvik.com/en, from no later than Thursday, 16 April 2015. Copies of the documents will be sent without charge to those shareholders who so request and provide their address to the Company. SHARES AND VOTES The total number of shares and votes in the Company is 1,254,385,923. PROGRAM Registration for the Meeting will commence at 2:30 p.m. An ensemble from Sandviken’s Symphonic Orchestra will entertain as from 2:30 p.m. and the award of the Wilhelm Haglund medal will take place at 4:20 p.m. A light meal will be served as from 2:30 p.m. Stockholm, March 2015 SANDVIK AKTIEBOLAG (PUBL) The Board of Directors  For further information contact: Pär Altan, Vice President External Communications, Sandvik AB, tel +46 8 456 12 37.

Sandvik AB Annual Report 2014

The Sandvik AB Annual Report 2014 and Sustainable Business Report 2014 are from today available at www.sandvik.com The Annual Report has also been printed in a limited edition which will be distributed to shareholders that have ordered the report, during the second week of April. It can be ordered on www.sandvik.com Stockholm, 30 March 2015 Sandvik AB Sandvik AB discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Market Act. The information is submitted for publication on 30 March 2015 at 16:00 CET. For further information please contact Caroline Freudenthal, Press- and PR Manager Sandvik AB, phone: +46 8 456 1293, email: caroline.freudenthal@sandvik.com or Ann-Sofie Nordh, Vice President Investor Relations, Sandvik AB, phone: +46 8 456 14 94, email: ann-sofie.nordh@sandvik.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sandvik Group Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering group offering advanced products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety. We have world - leading positions in selected areas - tools for metal cutting, equipment and tools for the mining and construction industries, stainless materials, special alloys, metallic and ceramic resistance materials as well as process systems. In 2014 the Group had about 47,000 employees and representation in approximately 130 countries, with sales of about 89,000 million SEK.

Ready, set… STEM! Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to host official NC Science Festival Events April 10-26

The North Carolina Science Festival (http://www.ncsciencefestival.org/) takes place April 10-26, 2015, and this year many Charlotte Mecklenburg Library branches will host official festival events. The North Carolina Science Festival is a statewide two-week celebration of STEM – science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The types of programs hosted by the Library include Rookie Science, Lego Programs, Gaming, Kitchen Science and more. "These events spark interest and excitement in STEM fields that last all year.” said Emily Nanney, the Library’s Children's Services Coordinator. “We’re building on a child’s natural curiosity by introducing science and math concepts through hands-on learning. Participants are having fun, but they’re also learning. And research on STEM education has shown that children who experience STEM early through hands-on learning are the ones who will be best equipped to develop a strong understanding of STEM concepts as they get older.” The full schedule of NC Science Festival events taking place in Charlotte Mecklenburg Library branches is available at www.cmlibrary.org (http://www.cmlibrary.org/programs/programlisting.asp?form_keyword=NC+Science+Festival&progtype1=&ln1=&form_Age=&ds1=&de1=&x=25&y=8). Many events require registration, so visit the Library’s web site or call or visit your nearest branch (http://www.cmlibrary.org/locations/) for details. As an official 2015 North Carolina Science Festival event, the programs held in Charlotte Mecklenburg Library branches are among hundreds of community-based events that are showcasing STEM activities for the citizens of North Carolina. “The North Carolina Science Festival is about communities coming together to celebrate the wonders of science,” said Jonathan Frederick, Festival director. “Thanks to the talents of our event hosts across the state, there’s something for everyone.” These programs support the mission of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: to create a community of readers and empower individuals with free access to information and the universe of ideas. For more information on Library programs and services, visit www.cmlibrary.org.  Founded in 2010, the North Carolina Science Festival is the first statewide science festival in the United States.  During a two-week celebration each spring, the Festival brings hundreds of events (hosted by schools, colleges, libraries, museums, parks, businesses and other community organizations) together under one banner to recognize the economic, educational and cultural impact of science in North Carolina. The Festival is presented by Biogen Idec Foundation and produced by Morehead Planetarium and Science Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For more information, visit www.ncsciencefestival.org.

Millicom launches Rwanda’s first mobile-based savings product with Tigo Cash

The service, launched with Urwego Opportunity Bank, puts Rwanda on track to reach its goal of 90 per cent financial inclusion by 2020, and will help boost the level of savings for Rwandans. Tigo’s 2.5 million customers can sign up and open an account for free and within minutes, directly from their mobile by dialing *200*11# and selecting Tigo Sugira.  All they need is a Tigo Cash account and a National ID. Customers can then instantly deposit and withdraw money from their savings account through Tigo Cash. Tigo Sugira is the most convenient way to save, with an interest rate of seven per cent annually – the best in the market. Whether deposits, withdrawals or opening an account, the service is offered free of charge. Customers earn seven per cent interest based on daily average balance, no matter what their balance is, and this interest is paid quarterly. With Tigo Cash’s large customer base and the biggest mobile money agent network in Rwanda, Tigo Sugira reaches people who have previously been excluded from the formal financial sector. Commenting on the new service today, Tongai Maramba, CEO, Tigo Rwanda, said: “Once again, Tigo is proud to launch an innovative product. Tigo Sugira is setting new standards for simple and user-friendly financial products. We are very excited to empower our customers even further”. Tineyi Mawocha, CEO of Urwego Opportunity Bank, added: “We are committed to bringing secure, convenient and affordable financial services to Rwandans who have traditionally been excluded from the formal financial sector, and we believe that Tigo Sugira aligns perfectly with this mission by enabling us to provide a secure and accessible savings product to all Tigo Cash customers in Rwanda." Millicom has 9.5m mobile money customers in its six Tigo operations in Africa and five countries in Latin America. 

TIDAL OPENS PREMIUM TIER

The ideal music service for those who care about quality, TIDAL welcomes new users to enjoy its extensive library of 25 million-plus tracks, 75,000 music videos, and curated editorial articles, features and interviews written by experts. Ad free and available for a monthly subscription of $9.99 or $19.99, via www.tidal.com or download the app from iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store. New apps available from today highlight TIDAL as a one-stop shop for music and video experiences for consumers everywhere. Videos move into a more prominent position and join the Curated Editorial footprint on TIDAL’s What’s New Homepage, in Promo features and a dedicated section.  TIDAL is a single destination for artists and fans to share ideas, exclusive content, songs, videos, studio sessions, rough tracks, personal conversations and more. New Artist pages feature a separate Video tab, a Social tab integrating Twitter feeds from a range of prominent artists, and a Merchandise tab for selected artists, where users can purchase merchandise through the official artist store. Tracks, albums and EPs have been merged into a new Discography tab. TIDAL has spent considerable time building up its extensive catalogue of lossless HiFi-quality music and HD music videos. Available across iOS and Android devices, as well as in web browser and desktop players, TIDAL offers high fidelity, lossless sound quality to enjoy music the way it was intended by your favorite artists.  Streaming at more than four times the bit rate of competitive services, users are able to enjoy TIDAL on a wide range of the world’s finest home and portable audio products. Partnership and integration agreements have already been made with over 30 of the world’s most respected audio brands, see complete list below.   Notes to Editors TIDAL music streaming experience at a glance:  •       More than 25 million music tracks  •       Lossless sound quality (FLAC/ALAC 44.1kHz / 16 bit - 1411 kbps) •       More than 75,000 music videos •       Curated Editorial provided by experienced music journalists and industry experts •       Dedicated apps available for iOS and Android phones and tablets •       Web player for PC/MAC •       Anthem, Airable by Tune In Media, Astell &Kern, Audeze, Audiovector, AudioQuest, Auralic, Aurender, Bel Canto, Bluesound & NAD, Dan D'Agostino, Definitive Technology, Denon HEOS, DTS Play-Fi, Dynaudio, Electrocompaniet, Harman Omni, HiFiAkademie, ickStream, JH Audio, Linn, Lode, McIntosh, Meridian, MartinLogan, Paradigm, Polk, Pro-ject, PS Audio, Raumfeld, Simple Audio, Sonos, Steinway Lyngdorf, Wadia, Wren Sound Systems with more to come. •       See www.tidal.com for live integrations.  Download images of new apps here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/w3gj49spxl5vqcj/AADortymDtUF_zY36vGubpEca#/   Follow Tidal at http://facebook.com/tidal and http://twitter.com/tidalHiFi and http://Instagram.com/Tidal.

Hexagon announces actions to mitigate the negative impact of currency movements on the operating margin in support of long-term financial targets

Hexagon’s current long-term financial plan targets revenues of 3.5 billion Euros with an EBIT margin of 25 per cent by 2016. Since the launch of the plan, Hexagon has delivered solid organic growth as well as improved profitability, reporting sales of 2.6 billion Euros and an EBIT margin of 22 per cent in 2014. As stated in Hexagon’s year-end 2014 report, recent currency movements will have a positive impact on Hexagon’s sales and earnings in absolute terms. The strengthening of the US dollar and the Chinese yuan is beneficial, as Hexagon has more income than cost in these currencies. At the same time, the strengthening of the Swiss franc is negative for margins as Hexagon has more cost than income in the Swiss franc. Using exchange rates valid as of March 31 2015, a pro forma calculation of Hexagon’s 2014 results shows that sales would have been 325 MEUR higher and EBIT 69 MEUR higher. The EBIT margin would have been 0.1 percentage points lower however, primarily due to the negative impact from the Swiss franc. As such, Hexagon is in the process of implementing a cost reduction programme in order to mitigate this negative impact on the margin. The programme, which primarily targets lowering costs in Switzerland and the US, will affect approximately 400 employees and is expected to drive cash cost savings of approximately 35 MEUR per annum with full effect as of 2016. The cash flow impact of the implementation of this programme amounts to approximately -28 MEUR. Severance payments will be made primarily in the first and second quarter of 2015. Non-cash cost amounts to approximately -8 MEUR. The restructuring costs will be reported as non-recurring items of approximately -36 MEUR in total in the 2015 first quarter interim report.

Finnair acquires Flybe Nordic on an interim basis – ownership discussions with Staffpoint and GWS continue

Finnair Plc         Stock Exchange Release          31 March 2015                    at 19:00 EET Finnair has acquired Flybe UK Ltd’s 60% ownership of Flybe Nordic for a transaction price of 1 euro, and Flybe Nordic will transfer to Finnair’s ownership on an interim basis. The transaction has been closed today, 31 March 2015. Finnair continues discussions about the continued ownership of Flybe Nordic. Finnair and StaffPoint Holding Ltd and G.W. Sohlberg Ltd. signed on 7 January 2015 a Memorandum of Understanding about an arrangement according to which Staffpoint and GWS would own together 60% of Flybe Nordic shares. “Last November Finnair and Flybe UK decided to discontinue their Flybe Nordic co-operation and agreed, that Flybe UK will sell its 60% ownership in the company to a potential new majority shareholder or Finnair. While the discussions with Staffpoint and GWS still continue, Finnair will now acquire Flybe UK’s share of Flybe Nordic. We hope to sign a new share purchase agreement in the coming months,” says Pekka Vauramo, Finnair CEO. Flybe Nordic owns fully the Finnish subsidiary Flybe Finland, which operates with a total of 26 ATR and Embraer aircraft a substantial part of Finnair’s domestic and European routes as purchase traffic. Flights operated by Flybe Finland will continue normally. “Finnair aims to find together with its partners a business model that would enable the development of regional flying in a financially sustainable way. We will take an important step to this direction at the beginning of May, when all routes operated by Flybe Finland at their own commercial risk will become a part of Finnair's contract flying arrangements, as we have communicated earlier. Flybe Finland has also implemented several internal measures to improve the company’s financial position,” says Vauramo. The ownership change of Flybe Nordic does not have any immediate impact on Finnair’s result. Finnair continuously monitors the balance sheet valuation related to the Flybe Finland cooperation and will inform about possible financial impacts in more detail in connection with its interim review on 7 May, 2015. Finnair’s earlier stock exchange releases concerning the Flybe Nordic transaction have been published on 12 November 2014, 7 January 2015 and 29 January 2015.

EU rules could ban chocolate Easter Eggs

A court case by French egg producers could lead to a British tradition being ruled illegal under EU law.  If the producers are successful in their appeal to the European Court of Justice, chocolate Easter eggs will have to be renamed, as “Easter eggs” will be geographically protected. The case, which will be heard in Luxembourg on 1 April, will see the poultry farmers try to impose geographical protection on the name ‘Oeufs de Pacques’ and its translation into other European languages.  The claim is being brought under the ‘Protected designation of origin’ provisions of EU Regulation No 1151/2012, which were designed to protect the reputation of regional foods, and promote rural and agricultural activity.  The same regulations that have been used to protect geographically-named items such as Melton Mowbray pork pies and Champagne should be used, argue the egg producers, to protect their products across the whole of Europe, having met the criteria of “proven usage on the domestic market for… at least 30 years.”  Farmers in the village of Pacques, south of Grenoble in France, have been producing extra large hen’s eggs used for painting as part of Easter celebrations for generations – the earliest records date back to 1537.  However, this is the first time the regulations will be tested to secure geographic protection not only in the applicant’s native language, but also in the other primary languages of the EU, which include English, German and Spanish. ‘Oeufs de Pacques’ translates into English as ‘Easter eggs’. The case was uncovered by historian and chocolatier, Sophie Jewett, who organises this weekend’s annual York Chocolate Festival (3 - 6 April 2015).  Ms Jewett was investigating the possibility of registering ‘York chocolate’ as a geographically protected product, given the city’s strong heritage in creating chocolate treats from the Chocolate Orange and KitKat to the Yorkie bar.  This would provide York-made chocolate with a distinctive branding not only within Europe, but also to side-step the recent US ban on many British treats – including the Yorkie - instigated by American confectionery giant, Hershey.  She was outraged by the discovery:  “In Europe, you are more likely to find chocolate rabbits and hens than eggs, but nevertheless, there are records of eggs being made out of chocolate since the late 19thcentury as part of Easter celebrations in Britain.  It is hard to contemplate that this year’s Chocolate Festival may be the last where we have chocolate Easter eggs on display – yet another tradition which may fall foul of well-meaning ‘protection’ legislation.  We’ve already had many British treats banned from import to the USA, now it looks like we’re going to have issues every year on our own doorstep.” Indeed, the case echoes a similar threat to British chocolate which ended in 2003, when the EU court finally overturned a Europe wide ban on British chocolate, after claims that it contained too much vegetable fat to be legitimately called chocolate.  Spain and Italy had demanded that it be called ‘chocolate substitute’.  The bizarre dispute had lasted nearly 30 years, with countries including Belgium, France, Italy, Spain and Germany banning vegetable fat in domestic and imported chocolate.  In 2000, they allowed British chocolate, which contains 20% milk, to be imported provided it was labelled ‘family milk chocolate’. If the French farmers secure protection of the term ‘Easter eggs’, Miss Jewett and the city's Chocolate Makers are planning to hold a vigil in the centre of York during the Festival, which runs from 3 – 6 April, in King’s Square outside York’s CHOCOLATE Story where events will be taking place throughout the Festival, on the evening of Easter eve, Saturday 4 April.  “The Chocolate Festival attracts chocoholics from around the country, so it seems fitting that we prepare for a gathering to commemorate the end of a chocolate tradition here in York - the city that is officially the UK’s home of chocolate,” adds Sophie. For more information on York Chocolate Festival, please visit www.yorkchocolatefestival.co.uk ENDS Notes to editors:             An update to this story will be issued at 12 noon on Wednesday 1 April at http://news.cision.com/york-chocolate-festival For further media information or photographs, please contact: Jay Commins Pyper York Limited Tel:         01904 500698 Email:    jay@pyperyork.co.uk