ABB uncovers criminal activity in South Korean subsidiary

ABB has uncovered a sophisticated criminal scheme related to a significant embezzlement and misappropriation of funds in its South Korean subsidiary. The treasurer of the South Korean subsidiary is suspected of forging documentation and colluding with third parties to steal from the company. The suspected individual went missing on February 7, 2017 and subsequently ABB discovered significant financial irregularities in South Korea. The company immediately launched a full investigation in South Korea engaging independent forensic and legal specialists and collaborating with law enforcement authorities. ABB is working with the local police on the investigation and Interpol’s engagement. This embezzlement and misappropriation of funds will have an impact on the previously reported unaudited 2016 results. Current estimate is a pre-tax charge of approx. $100 million. ABB has initiated mitigating actions to reduce the impact of this criminal activity on its results significantly including recovery of misappropriated funds, legal claims and insurances. The company has checked and reconfirmed the balances of its global bank accounts and can confirm that this situation is limited to South Korea. ABB has a zero-tolerance approach to unethical behavior and maintains the highest standards regarding integrity and ethical business practices. As a consequence of the ongoing investigation, ABB will publish its 2016 Annual Report latest by March 16, 2017. ABB (ABBN: SIX Swiss Ex) is a pioneering technology leader in electrification products, robotics and motion, industrial automation and power grids, serving customers in utilities, industry and transport & infrastructure globally. Continuing more than a 125-year history of innovation, ABB today is writing the future of industrial digitalization and driving the Energy and Fourth Industrial Revolutions. ABB operates in more than 100 countries with about 132,000 employees. www.abb.com  Important notice about forward-looking information This press release includes forward-looking information and statements. This information is generally identifiable by statements containing words such as “expects,” “believes,” “estimates,” “intends” or similar expressions. Because there are uncertainties, many of which are beyond our control, the actual results may differ. Although ABB Ltd believes that its expectations reflected in any such forward-looking statement are based upon reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurance that those expectations will not change.

Brunswick Real Estate to merge the group’s operations under one brand

Since 2014, the three companies have been part of the same group and have now decided to create a company with offerings in real estate related investment banking (transaction advisory, research and fund raising) and Investment Management (asset management with a focus on credit financing and real estate investments). The current Leimdörfer will be the company's Investment Banking arm, while Brunswick Real Estate Capital and Sveafastigheter together form the business area Investment Management. Through the collective knowledge and experience of the employees in Stockholm, Malmö, Helsinki, Copenhagen and London, Brunswick Real Estate will be a complete partner for both Nordic and international investors focusing on real estate in the Nordic region. Peter Leimdörfer, Partner Brunswick Real Estate, Stockholm "The Nordic real estate market has come a long way in the 25 years that have passed since we started Leimdörfer. I look forward to a new chapter where we can provide innovative options for our investors through a fully developed offer that spans from transaction advice and research to real estate investments and credit financing. " Martin Wiwen-Nilsson, Partner, Brunswick Real Estate, London "Through continuous dialogue with our substantial network of global investors we can conclude that the strong interest in the Nordic property market prevails. Brunswick Real Estate has a strong international reputation and by merging the companies under one brand, we now broaden our offer to become an even more relevant partner. " 

Mullvad delivers faster VPN connectivity with regional expansion

Just as with the U.S, where users on the East Coast can obtain faster connections from a server in New York or Florida rather than one in California, additional servers spread out over a large geographical region means better results for VPN customers. Mullvad's users in Sweden can now choose from three locations – Stockholm, Malmö, and Helsingborg – while Canadian users now have the option of Ontario (Toronto) in the east and British Columbia (Vancouver) in the west. Customers in the northeastern U.S. can connect to new servers in Buffalo, New York, making it the sixth regional location in America. "Offering more localized options to our customers ensures faster connectivity for them while also retaining the benefits of accessing the internet in their home country," says Mullvad's CEO Jan Jonsson. "We will continue to roll out more region-specific locations as we expand." With currently 29 server locations in 20 countries worldwide (https://mullvad.net/guides/our-vpn-servers/), Mullvad, which specializes in online privacy, owns and has physical control over servers at four of them, the three Swedish locations and Amsterdam. Internet access is delivered by Tier 1 and Tier 2 Internet providers and through several peering points. Mullvad also rents physical dedicated servers, which are not shared with other clients, from carefully selected providers in all other countries. Mullvad worked in close cooperation with data center specialist 31173 Services during the upgrade. "We are pleased to be not only part of Mullvad's ongoing expansion but also hosting their Swedish and Dutch servers," says Nemo Ekström, CEO of 31173 Services AB. About Mullvad Mullvad is a VPN service offering world-class, online privacy. Our service helps keep users' online activity, identity, and location private. Mullvad circumvents censorship and thwarts eavesdropping – from Wi-Fi hackers to local government mass surveillance. We keep no activity logs (https://mullvad.net/blog/2017/1/13/clarifying-our-no-logging-policy/) and require no personal information. Our goal is to make Internet censorship and mass surveillance ineffective. Privacy is a universal right. The legal entity operating Mullvad is Amagicom AB. www.mullvad.net About 31173 Services 31173 Services AB is a data center specialist and network provider in southern Sweden that creates cost-effective solutions for customers with high demands on security, availability, and performance. www.31173.se Media Contacts Mullvad (Amagicom AB) – Jan Jonsson, CEO, jan@mullvad.net 31173 Services AB – Nemo Ekström, CEO, nemo@31173.se

Panoro Energy Announces Definitive Sale and Purchase Agreement on Dussafu

Oslo, 22 February 2017 - Panoro Energy ASA (“Panoro” or the “Company”) (OSE ticker: PEN) is pleased to announce that on 21 February 2017 its fully-owned subsidiary, Pan-Petroleum Gabon B.V. (“PPGBV”), has entered into a definitive Sale and Purchase Agreement (the “SPA”) with BW Energy Gabon Pte. Ltd. (“BWEG”), a subsidiary of BW Offshore Limited (OSE ticker: BWO), the leading global provider of floating production services to the oil and gas industry. Under the terms of the SPA, Panoro will sell a 25% working interest in the Dussafu Production Sharing Contract (“Dussafu PSC”) in Gabon to BWEG for a total cash consideration of US$12 million. At closing of the transaction, Panoro will receive US$11 million in cash. The remaining US$1 million in cash will be paid no later than 30 December 2017.  Panoro will also receive a non-recourse loan from BWEG of up to US$12.5 million at 7.5% annual interest rate in order to fund all expenditures through to first oil production at Dussafu. Post-completion, Panoro will retain an 8.33% working interest in the Dussafu PSC. The total gross capital expenditure to reach first oil in 2018 is estimated to be a maximum of US$150 million.  The closing of the transaction is subject to customary conditions precedent, including but not limited to the approval of the Gabonese Government and the completion of the separate sale of Harvest Dussafu B.V. to BWEG. It is expected that the transaction will close in the first quarter of 2017.  Julien Balkany, Chairman of Panoro, said, “Panoro is very enthusiastic about this landmark transaction and our new innovative partnership with BW Offshore to create shareholder value.”  John Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer of Panoro, said, “Since entering the Dussafu concession in 2008, Panoro has drilled two discovery wells and acquired extensive seismic data. We are thrilled to see the development finally moving forward together with our new operating partner, BW Energy. This transaction strengthens our balance sheet with additional cash, and the non-recourse loan for the Dussafu development limits our financial exposure through to first oil.”  The Dussafu PSC has not been subject to separate financial reporting by Panoro and therefore no key figures from Panoro’s balance sheet and profit and loss account applicable to the Dussafu PSC are provided. In accordance with Panoro’s continued disclosure obligations, Panoro confirms that, in connection with this transaction, no agreements have been entered into for the benefit of the Panoro’s senior employees or members of the board of directors. Enquiries: Panoro Energy ASA                                            +44 203 405 1060John Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer               info@panoroenergy.com About Panoro Energy  Panoro Energy ASA is an independent E&P company based in London and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with ticker PEN. The Company holds high quality production, exploration and development assets in West Africa, namely the Dussafu License offshore southern Gabon and OML 113 offshore western Nigeria. In addition to discovered hydrocarbon resources and reserves, both assets also hold significant exploration potential. For more information, please visit the Company’s website at www.panoroenergy.com. About BW Offshore BW Offshore is a leading global provider of floating production services to the oil and gas industry. BW Offshore has a fleet of 14 owned FPSOs and one FSO represented in all major oil & gas regions world-wide. BW Offshore has a long track record on project execution and operations. In more than 30 years of production, BW Offshore has executed 38 FPSO and FSO projects. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. This announcement is a detailed stock exchange announcement pursuant to section 3.4 of the Oslo Stock Exchange’s Continuing Obligations. The information is further subject to the disclosure requirements of section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. 

YIT’s Annual Report for 2016 published

YIT’s Annual Report, Corporate Governance Statement and Remuneration Statement for 2016 have been published on the company website. The Annual Report consists of the annual review, the report of the Board of Directors and the Financial Statements for 2016. The Annual Report is published on the company’s website www.yitgroup.com/annualreport and as an attachment to this stock exchange release. The Annual Report is available in Finnish and English. In addition, YIT's Corporate Governance Statement and Remuneration Statement for 2016 have been published as attachments to this stock exchange release and on the company's website www.yitgroup.com/corporategovernance. This year, the theme of YIT’s Annual Report is More life in sustainable cities. Urbanisation is progressing practically throughout the world, and increasing attention is being paid to the quality of the urban environment and urban life. The aim of this theme is to tell how people’s diverse needs and changing life circumstances challenge us to create better and more sustainable living environments. Our goal is to develop and build sustainable urban environments that retain their value, where services are located close to residents, and where public transport makes everyday life easier and helps reduce emissions. This year, we publish for the first time YIT’s Sustainable Urban Environments indicators, which allow us to follow the distance of our self-developed projects from public transportation and grocery shops.  YIT’s Annual Report is prepared under the integrated reporting framework. The Annual Report aims to provide a clearer description of how YIT creates added value for its customers, shareholders, suppliers, personnel and other stakeholders. The Annual Report also includes a review of YIT’s corporate responsibility and the GRI Index applicable to YIT. YIT’s Annual Report is published only published in electronic format, as a PDF file. The online publication of the annual report helps us achieve our goals related to sustainable development and environmental responsibility. For further information, please contact: Hanna Malmivaara, Vice President, Communications, YIT Corporation, tel. +358 40 561 6568, hanna.malmivaara@yit.fi Hanna Jaakkola, Vice President, Investor Relations, YIT Corporation, tel. +358 40 5666 070, hanna.jaakkola@yit.fi     YIT CORPORATION Hanna Jaakkola Vice President, Investor Relations Distribution: Nasdaq Helsinki, major media, www.yitgroup.com YIT creates better living environment by developing and constructing housing, business premises, infrastructure and entire areas. Our vision is to bring more life in sustainable cities. We want to focus on caring for customer, visionary urban development, passionate execution and inspiring leadership. Our growth engine is urban development involving partners. Our operating area covers Finland, Russia, the Baltic countries, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. In 2016, our revenue amounted to nearly EUR 1.8 billion, and we employ about 5,300 employees. Our share is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki. www.yitgroup.com

Nordic Nanovector ASA: Invitation to Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2016 Results Presentation and Webcast

Oslo, Norway, 22 February 2017 Nordic Nanovector ASA (OSE: NANO), a biopharmaceutical company focusing on the development and commercialisation of novel targeted therapeutics for haematological cancers, will announce its fourth quarter and full year 2016 results on Tuesday, 28th of February 2017. A presentation by Nordic Nanovector’s senior management team will take place at 8:30 am CET at: Thon Hotel Vika Atrium, Munkedamsveien 45, 0250 OsloMeeting Room: NYLAND The presentation will be recorded as a webcast and will be available at www.nordicnanovector.com in the section: Investor Relations/Webcast. The results report and the presentation will be available at www.nordicnanovector.com in the section: Investor Relations/Reports and Presentation/Quarterly Reports/2016 from 7:00 am CET the same day. For further information, please contact: IR enquiries:Tone Kvåle, Chief Financial OfficerCell: +47 91 51 95 76Email: ir@nordicnanovector.com Media EnquiriesMark Swallow/David Dible (Citigate Dewe Rogerson)Tel: +44 207 282 2948/+44 207 282 2949Email: mark.swallow@citigatedr.co.uk / david.dible@citigatedr.co.uk About Nordic Nanovector:Nordic Nanovector is committed to develop and deliver innovative therapies to patients to address major unmet medical needs and advance cancer care. The company aspires to become a leader in the development of targeted therapies for haematological cancers. Nordic Nanovector’s lead clinical-stage candidate is Betalutin®, a novel CD37-targeting Antibody-Radionuclide-Conjugates (ARC) designed to improve upon and complement current options for the treatment of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL). NHL is an indication with substantial unmet medical need and orphan drug opportunities, representing a growing market forecast to be worth nearly USD 20 billion by 2024. The Company aims to rapidly develop Betalutin®, alone and in combination with other cancer therapies, for the treatment of major types of NHL, targeting first regulatory submission in relapsed/refractory follicular lymphoma in 1H 2019. Nordic Nanovector intends to retain marketing rights and to actively participate in the commercialisation of Betalutin® in core markets. The Company is also advancing a pipeline of ARCs and other immunotherapies for multiple cancer indications.Further information about the Company can be found at www.nordicnanovector.com This information is subject to the disclose requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

Favorable growth and strong EBIT – the expansion will continue in 2017

Fourth quarter of 2016:  · Net sales increased 20% to MSEK 200.9 (167.4) · EBIT rose 85% to MSEK 30.3 (16.4) · EBIT margin amounted to 15.1% (9.8) · Net income was MSEK 21.7 (11.0) · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 2.17 (1.10) Full-year 2016  · Net sales increased 19% to MSEK 657.8 (554.1) · Adjusted EBIT* rose 38% to MSEK 86.4 (62.4) · Adjusted EBIT margin* amounted to 13.1% (11.3) · Adjusted net income* was MSEK 66.8 (45.8) · Adjusted earnings per share* amounted to SEK 6.68 (4.58) · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 5.70 (4.58) · The Board proposes a dividend for 2016 of SEK 2.85 per share Stefan Jonsson, President and CEO:  In many ways, 2016 was a good year for GARO. The company performed well in all the product areas with a strong increase in sales and earnings. During the year, net sales increased 19 percent to MSEK 657.8 (554.1) with a strong end to year. Growth was positive in GARO Sweden and GARO Other markets.EBIT for the full year (adjusted for non-recurring costs) increased 38% percent and the adjusted EBIT margin improved to 13.1% (11.3). The positive earnings trend and cash flow during recent years has also provided the company with good liquidity and a solid financial position. Against this backdrop, the Board has recommended the Annual General meeting to propose a dividend of SEK 2.85 per share.We continue to strengthen our position in a growing market. The expansion will continue in 2017.Gnosjö, 22 February, 2017For more information, please contact: Stefan Jonsson, President and CEO: +46 70 588 66 73 Lars Kvarnsund, CFO: +46 070 516 59 98 Patrik Linzenbold, IR Director: +46 708 25 26 30This information is such information that GARO aktiebolag is obligated to publish in accordance with the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was published by the abovementioned contact persons on February 22, 2017, at 7:30 a.m.GARO develops, manufactures and supplies innovative products and systems for the electrical installations industry under its own brand. The company has operations in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Ireland and Poland and the Group is organized in two business segments GARO Sweden and GARO Other markets. GARO has a broad product assortment and is a market leader within several product areas. The Group had sales of approximately MSEK 658 in 2016 and has approximately 274 employees. Its head office is located in Gnosjö. The business concept is “with a focus on innovation, sustainability and design, GARO provides profitable complete solutions for the electrical industry”.

Year-end Report, January – December 2016 - Coor Service Management Holding AB

Fourth quarter of 2016 · Net sales in the fourth quarter were largely unchanged at SEK 2,045 (2,042) million. Organic growth excluding foreign exchange effects was -3 per cent. · Adjusted EBITA increased by 8 per cent to SEK 119 (110) million and the operating margin expanded to 5.8 (5.4) per cent. · EBIT was SEK 66 (56) million and profit after tax was SEK 43 (45) million. Profit after tax in the year-before period was affected by positive net financial income, driven by foreign exchange effects. · Earnings per share were SEK 0.5 (0.5). · Operating cash flow was SEK 225 (268) million. · The Board of Directors proposes a dividend for 2016 of SEK 3.00 (2.00) per share, of which SEK 1.55 (1.40) is ordinary and SEK 1.45 (0.60) is extraordinary. Full year 2016 · Net sales for the twelve-month period increased by 2 per cent to SEK 7,631 (7,482) million. Organic growth was 3 per cent. · Adjusted EBITA increased by 18 per cent to SEK 440 (374) million and the operating margin expanded to 5.8 (5.0) per cent. · EBIT was SEK 242 (82) million and profit after tax was SEK 124 (201) million. Profit after tax in the previous year was affected by a significant positive tax effect in the second quarter. · Earnings per share were SEK 1.3 (-3.6). · Operating cash flow was SEK 426 (274) million. · Net debt at year-end was SEK 808 (947) million and the leverage was 1.7 (2.2).  "2016 was a strong year in which we increased our margins across the board, creating scope for an extraordinary dividend.”Mikael Stöhr, President and CEO of Coor  GROUP EARNINGS SUMMARY Oct - Dec Jan - Dec(SEK m) 2016 2015 2016 2015Net sales 2,045 2,042 7,631 7,482Organic growth, % -3 6 3 10Adjusted EBITA 119 110 440 374Adjusted EBITA-margin, % 5.8 5.4 5.8 5.0EBIT 66 56 242 82Income for the period 43 45 124 201Operating cash flow 225 268 426 274Earnings per share, SEK 0.5 0.5 1.3 -3.6  Invitation to press and analyst presentationOn 22 February, at 9:30 a.m. CET, the company’s President and CFO will give a presentation on developments in the fourth quarter in a webcast. To participate in the webcast, please register in advance using the following link http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/ks8xy4v6. To listen to the presentation by telephone, dial +46 8 566 426 92 (Sweden), +47 23 50 02 52, (Norway), +45 35 44 55 79 (Denmark), +358 981 710 492 (Finland) or +44 203 008 98 07 (UK).   The briefing material and a recording of the webcast will be published after the briefing on the company’s website, www.coor.com , under Investors/Reports and presentations.  Annual General Meeting 2017The Annual General Meeting will be held on 4 May, at 3 p.m., at the Kista Entré conference centre, Knarrarnäsgatan 7, Kista, Sweden. Information on how to register along with the notice of AGM and other information will be available on the company’s website from March, 30.  Financial calendar 2017Interim Report January – March 2017                           4 May 2017Interim Report January – June 2017                             20 July 2017Interim Report January – September 2017                    27 October 2017Interim Report January – December 2017                     February 2018 The Annual Report 2016 will be published on the company’s website in week 15 of 2017.  More information and contactFor questions concerning the financial report, please contact Olof Stålnacke, CFO and IR Manager (+46 10 559 59 20, olof.stalnacke@coor.com). For other questions concerning the operations or the company, please contact CEO Mikael Stöhr (+46 10 559 59 35, mikael.stohr@coor.com) or Communications- and Sustainability Manager Åsvor Brynnel (+46 10 559 54 04, asvor.brynnel@coor.com). IR Coordinator: Sara Marin (+46 10 559 59 51, sara.marin@coor.com). More information is also available on our website: www.coor.com.  This information is such that Coor Service Management Holding AB (publ) is obliged to publish in accordance with the EU market abuse regulation. This information was submitted through the efforts of the above-mentioned contact persons for publication on 22 February, 2017, at 7:30 a.m. CET.  Coor is a leading provider of facility management services in the Nordics, focusing on integrated and complex service undertakings (IFM). Coor offers specialist expertise in workplace services (soft FM), property services (hard FM) and strategic advisory services for development of customers’ service activities. Coor creates value by executing, leading, developing and streamlining its customers’ service activities, ensuring that they provide optimal support to the core business over time. Coor’s customer base includes many large and small companies and public-sector organisations across the Nordic region, including AB Volvo, Aibel, Det Norske Veritas, E.ON, Ericsson, EY, NCC, Politiet (Danish Police), Saab, Sandvik, SAS, Skanska, Statoil, Telia, Swedish Transport Administration, Vasakronan and Volvo Cars. Coor was founded in 1998 and is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2015. Coor takes responsibility for the operations it conducts, in relation to its customers, employees and shareholders, as well as for its wider impact on society and the environment. Read more at www.coor.com

Interim report October–December 2016

October–December 2016 · Net sales increased by 9% to SEK 4,277 million (3,919) · The order backlog rose by 22% to SEK 8,644 million (7,092) · Operating profit increased by 28% to SEK 353 million (275) · The operating margin improved to 8.3% (7.0) · Adjusted operating profit was SEK 353 million (308). Specific costs were SEK – million (33). The adjusted operating margin was 8.3% (7.9) · Profit after tax was SEK 255 million (56) · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 415 million (694) · Net debt amounted to SEK 2,417 million (2,433) · Four acquisitions were completed in the quarter, adding annual sales of SEK 430 million · Earnings per share were SEK 1.26 (0.28)  CEO statement “The fourth quarter was the best ever quarter in Bravida’s history" Fourth quarter sees organic growthDuring the period, net sales increased by 9 percent, 4 percent of which was organic. In Norway and Denmark growth was strong and Sweden once again showed growth in the quarter, which contributed to the Group’s overall growth. Project selection resulted in lower net sales in Finland, but the operating margin improved in line with our focus on ‘margin before volume’.An important element in creating a national business in Finland was the acquisition of Asentaja in the Ostrobothnia region of the country. Asentaja has strengthened our platform and we can now progress in achieving a strong market position in Finland.We are pleased with the development of the organic growth in the fourth quarter, but full-year growth for 2016 did not reach our financial target. To create even better conditions for growth and profitability we are reviewing how our security, sprinkler, cooling, technical facilities management and power businesses are organised. Margins continue to increaseBravida’s adjusted operating margin improved in the fourth quarter from 7.9 percent in 2015 to 8.3 percent. The improvement in the margin is the result of our initiatives to make improvements in productivity and purchasing, as well as careful project selection. Operating margins have improved in Sweden, Denmark and Finland. In Norway, the operating margin decreased from a high level, but it is still the highest in the Group. Improved order levelOur order backlog, which only contains installation projects, continued to increase and it is now generating growth. In the fourth quarter, the order backlog rose by SEK 169 million, reaching a new record level of SEK 8,644 million.Operations in south-west Norway posted a strong order intake in the quarter and in Stavanger Bravida received an order for SEK 290 million from the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. Seasonally strong cash flowCash flow for the fourth quarter was reasonable but lower than the previous year, which was exceptionally strong. Our increase in service sales, which account for 47 percent of total sales, has a negative impact on cash flow as we bill customers in arrears. We did not achieve our cash conversion target for the full-year 2016, which places an even stronger focus on achieving this target in 2017. Platform established for good performance in 2017We will see continued good demand for Bravida’s services and there is positive potential for continued growth. Our focus on ‘margin before volume’ aims to balance resource shortages and pricing pressure against demand. A meticulous approach and correct pricing are key to continued healthy profitable growth.We are well positioned for 2017 thanks to our strong order backlog and good demand. Mattias Johansson, Stockholm, February 2016 For further information, please contact:Mattias Johansson, CEO and Group President of Bravida. Tel: +46 8 695 20 00Nils-Johan Andersson, CFO of Bravida. Tel: +46 70 668 50 75IRcontact@bravida.com This information is information that Bravida Holding AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:30 CET on 22 February 2017. The report will be presented at 09:30 CET by CEO and Group President Mattias Johansson and CFO Nils-Johan Andersson. The presentation will be held in English and can be followed on the web or over the phone. There will be room for questions. Link to the webcast:http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/2tg9o9je Telephone numbers for telephone conference:SE: +46850556474UK: +442033645374US: +18557532230 The report and the presentation are available on bravida.se/en/investors/ (http://file///D:/22%20februari/Pressmeddelande/bravida.se/en/investors/).

CXENSE ASA ANNOUNCES FOURTH QUARTER AND PRELIMINARY YEAR END RESULTS FOR 2016

OSLO, NORWAY – FEBRUARY 22, 2017 - CXENSE ASA TODAY REPORTED FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR THE FOURTH QUARTER ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2016. Highlights: ·2016 was marked by strong growth within Cxense’s core business, software for personalization of websites and apps ·Full-year 2016 group revenue up 40% to USD 25.5 million ·Q4 data management & personalization software revenue up 31% year-over-year to USD 4.5 million ·EBITDA reflects investments in the company’s sales and overall growth capacity ·Ramping-up sales team with substantial increase in number of sales people, sharpened focus on North America and larger customers ·Further strengthening Cxense’s market leading personalization offering, signed licensing agreement with social media analytics company RepKnight and investing GBP 3.0 million in the company ·Industry recognition increasing, Cxense included in research group Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Digital Marketing Hubs“ together with companies such as Adobe, Salesforce, Oracle and IBM CEO comment “Last year, we delivered strong growth within our core business area, personalization of websites and apps. We are even more excited about the opportunities we see ahead of us. Our market is expanding, our technology and software deliver market-leading results and we experience increasing industry recognition. Adding to that we invest substantially in our sales capacity and in further developing our offering. We believe we are just beginning to see the impact Cxense’s software will have in the coming years” said Ståle Bjørnstad, Cxense CEO. Material: The Q4 2016 report and presentation are attached to this notice and can also be found under the following link: https://www.cxense.com/investors/financial-reports Webcast: Cxense ASA will present its Q4 2016 results at 08:30 am CET. The presentation will take place at the Felix Conference Center, Bryggetorget 3, Oslo, Norway. A live webcast will be available at: http://webtv.hegnar.no/presentation.php?webcastId=44475097   About Cxense: Cxense (pronounced "see-sense") enables the world's leading media, e-commerce and consumer brands to take control of their audience data to deliver more engaging and personalized user experiences. Businesses using Cxense's advanced real-time analytics, data management (DMP), advertising, search and personalization technology gain more engaged users, increased digital revenue and higher sales conversions. Cxense is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices worldwide. Cxense customers include the Wall Street Journal, USA Today (Gannett), Grupo Clarin, El Pais, Bonnier, Naspers, The Golf Channel, PGA, NBA, NFL, ABC News, FOX Sports, Singapore Press Holdings, AEON, DMM and many more. For more information, go to: www.cxense.com, Twitter: @Cxense. Cxense is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with the ticker 'CXENSE’. Investor Relations Contact: Jørgen Loeng, Chief Financial Officer Email: ir@cxense.com Mobile: +47 906 60 062

Year-end report 2016: Fourth quarter displayed strong growth for both sales and results

· Revenues increased in all of GHP’s markets  · Strong growth and efficient processes contributed to improved results (EBITDA increased by 72 percent)  · Successful takeover of the running of the hospitals in United Arab Emirates  · 2016 – GHP’s strongest financial year ever  · The Board proposes doubling of dividend Fourth quarter 2016  · Sales revenues increased to SEK 272.8 million (229.9)  · Organic growth was 16.4 percent (8.4)  · EBITDA amounted to SEK 23.6 million (13.7)  · EBITDA margin amounted to 8.6 percent (6.0)  · Result after tax (EAT) was SEK 14.8 million (13.0)  · Result per share amounted to SEK 0.21 (0.19) Full year 2016  · Sales revenues increased to SEK 955.4 million (820.0)  · Organic growth was 14.5 percent (6.1)  · EBITDA amounted to SEK 80.9 million (52.5)  · EBITDA margin amounted to 8.5 percent (6.4)  · Result after tax (EAT) was SEK 45.1 million (27.3)  · Result per share amounted to SEK 0.60 (0.33)  · The Board proposes dividend of 30 öre per share CEO’s commentsWe end 2016 with yet another strong quarter. Both the Nordic Region and International contributed to strong growth and a considerably better result than the same period last year. In the Nordic Region we are proud of how we have been able to meet the combination of a fall in prices and an increase in salaries through greater efficiency and organic growth. In the Middle East we have now taken over the running of Sheikh Khalifa Medical City Ajman (SKMCA).   In the Nordic Region GHP Stockholm Spine Center is worthy of mention, where we have had unacceptably long queues for a long time. Under the leadership of our new CEO, Björn Zoëga, we have been able to drastically shorten the queues through increased business operations. This has also meant that we have been able to meet the fall in prices that we have seen through increased efficiency and sales. We were particularly pleased when a new study showed that GHP’s two spine clinics have by far the shortest number of days off sick after surgery. So in addition to using tax revenues efficiently, as our care costs the County Councils less than at the publicly funded hospitals, we also contribute to considerably lower costs for sick leave. We have now come to the end of our complete year with the new Collaborative Care scheme, the partnership with Skandia within orthopaedics in Stockholm. We have already been able to develop the care chains during the first year so that the total consumption of care is considerably reduced at the same time as both patient satisfaction and quality results are high and at least at the same level as previously. We believe that this shows the way in which health care needs to develop when health care resources are limited at the same time as demand is increasing. The best way of meeting this challenge is for us as care providers to take our responsibility and in partnership with our customers ensure resources last as long as possible. We have now taken over the running of SKMCA in Ajman. Everything has worked according to plan and we have begun the development of the hospital group into a leading operation in the region. In parallel we have established a business development office in Dubai where we are working on all the exciting opportunities that exist in the region. The debate on profits in social welfare took off again during the autumn. We do not believe that it is likely that the proposal limiting profits in the report of the “Ordning och reda i välfärden” enquiry (“Order and Control in Social Welfare”) will become a reality. Moreover, only a small part of our profits come from Swedish County Councils. However, we interpret the debate as the Swedish people being worried that profit interests will be to the detriment of quality. We know that it is almost always the opposite, but to show this and to calm public opinion we are positive to high quality requirements in private care. Furthermore, we believe that it is important to continue to tell the truth: when County Councils use our services, they save tax revenues and get very high quality. When we in November carried out an opinion poll, it also showed that as long as this is the case, a clear majority are positive to private health care. We now look forward to 2017. We have strengthened GHP through a number of new competencies so as to be even better at new technology, digital communication, analysis and leadership development. We believe that this will be important in continuing the development of GHP towards even better service, quality and efficiency. 22 February 2017GothenburgGHP Specialty Care AB (publ) The Board

Asetek Signs Data Center Product Development Agreement

February 22, 2017 - Asetek® announced today the signing of a development agreement with a major player in the data center space. The end-goal of the development agreement is to have products in the market before year-end and resulting revenue to have significant impact on Asetek’s future data center business. The name of the partner will be disclosed at a later date. “This development agreement is the direct result of several years of collaboration and I am very pleased that we have come this far with our partner. I expect this is the major breakthrough we have been waiting for,” said André Sloth Eriksen, CEO and founder of Asetek. Current data center OEM customers include Fujitsu, Penguin and CRAY. Asetek’s RackCDU™ D2C liquid cooling is used in nine installations in the TOP500 list of the fastest supercomputers in the world, and in nine installations in the Green500 list of the world’s most energy efficient supercomputers. About Asetek Asetek® (ASETEK.OL) is the global leader in liquid cooling solutions for data centers, servers and PCs. Asetek’s server products enable OEMs to offer cost effective, high performance liquid cooling data center solutions. Its PC products are targeted at the gaming and high performance desktop PC segments. With over 3.9 million liquid cooling units deployed, Asetek’s patented technology is being adopted by a growing portfolio of OEMs and channel partners. Founded in 2000, Asetek is headquartered in Denmark and has operations in California, Texas, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit www.asetek.com. For further information, please contact:        André S. Eriksen, Chief Executive OfficerMobile: +45 2125 7076 (http://tel+45%202125%207076/), e-mail: ceo@asetek.com

Nordic Capital has sold shares in Resurs Holding AB (publ)

Cidron Semper Ltd. (“Cidron”, a company ultimately owned by Nordic Capital Fund VII1), together with associated co-investment vehicles) has sold a part of its shares in Resurs Holding AB (publ) ("Resurs" or the "Company") in an accelerated book-building process (the "Share Sale"). Cidron sold 17,500,000 shares in the Company, corresponding to 8.75% of shares and votes in Resurs. The sale price in the Share Sale was SEK 56 per share and the gross sales proceeds of the Share Sale amounted to SEK 980 million. After the Share Sale, Cidron owns 52,365,318 shares in the Company, representing 26.18% of the total number shares and votes in Resurs. Subject to customary exceptions or obtaining consent from Carnegie Investment Bank AB (“Carnegie”) and Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc (“Morgan Stanley”) Cidron has agreed to a 90-day lock-up period in relation to its remaining shares in Resurs. Carnegie and Morgan Stanley acted as Joint Bookrunners in the Share Sale. Cidron Semper Ltd, 22 February 2017 1) “Nordic Capital Fund VII” refers to Nordic Capital VII Limited, acting in its capacity as General Partner of Nordic Capital VII Alpha, L.P. and Nordic Capital VII Beta, L.P. Contact information: Nordic CapitalKatarina Janerud, Communication Manager NC Advisory AB, advisor to the Nordic Capital Fundstel: +46 8 440 50 69e-mail: katarina.janerud@nordiccapital.com NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, HONG KONG, SOUTH AFRICA, JAPAN OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION WOULD BE PROHIBITED BY LAW. IMPORTANT NOTICE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS NOT AN OFFER TO SELL, OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY, ANY SECURITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. THE SECURITIES REFERRED TO HEREIN HAVE NOT BEEN, AND WILL NOT BE, REGISTERED UNDER THE U.S. SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, AS AMENDED (THE "SECURITIES ACT") AND MAY NOT BE SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES ABSENT REGISTRATION WITH THE UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION OR AN EXEMPTION FROM REGISTRATION UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT. THERE WILL NOT BE A PUBLIC OFFERING OF THE SHARES IN THE UNITED STATES. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS NOT AN OFFER OF SECURITIES OR INVESTMENTS FOR SALE OR A SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY SECURITIES OR INVESTMENTS IN ANY JURISDICTION WHERE SUCH OFFER OR SOLICITATION WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. NO ACTION HAS BEEN TAKEN THAT WOULD PERMIT AN OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES OR POSSESSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IN ANY JURISDICTION WHERE ACTION FOR THAT PURPOSE IS REQUIRED. PERSONS INTO WHOSE POSSESSION THIS ANNOUNCEMENT COMES ARE REQUIRED TO INFORM THEMSELVES ABOUT AND TO OBSERVE ANY SUCH RESTRICTIONS. ANY FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE RESTRICTIONS MAY CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF THE SECURITIES LAWS OF ANY SUCH JURISDICTION. IN MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA ("EEA") (EACH, A "RELEVANT MEMBER STATE"), THIS ANNOUNCEMENT AND ANY OFFER IF MADE SUBSEQUENTLY IS DIRECTED EXCLUSIVELY AT PERSONS WHO ARE "QUALIFIED INVESTORS" WITHIN THE MEANING OF THE PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE ("QUALIFIED INVESTORS"). FOR THESE PURPOSES, THE EXPRESSION "PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE" MEANS DIRECTIVE 2003/71/EC (AND AMENDMENTS THERETO, INCLUDING THE 2010 PD AMENDING DIRECTIVE, TO THE EXTENT IMPLEMENTED IN A RELEVANT MEMBER STATE), AND INCLUDES ANY RELEVANT IMPLEMENTING MEASURE IN THE RELEVANT MEMBER STATE AND THE EXPRESSION "2010 PD AMENDING DIRECTIVE" MEANS DIRECTIVE 2010/73/EU. IN THE UNITED KINGDOM THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS DIRECTED EXCLUSIVELY AT QUALIFIED INVESTORS (I) WHO HAVE PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE IN MATTERS RELATING TO INVESTMENTS FALLING WITHIN ARTICLE 19(5) OF THE FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS ACT 2000 (FINANCIAL PROMOTION) ORDER 2005, AS AMENDED (THE "ORDER") OR (II) WHO FALL WITHIN ARTICLE 49(2)(A) TO (D) OF THE ORDER, AND (III) TO WHOM IT MAY OTHERWISE LAWFULLY BE COMMUNICATED. IN CONNECTION WITH THE PLACING, THE JOINT BOOKRUNNERS AND ANY OF THEIR AFFILIATES ACTING AS AN INVESTOR FOR ITS OWN ACCOUNT MAY TAKE UP AS A PRINCIPAL POSITION ANY SHARES AND IN THAT CAPACITY MAY RETAIN, PURCHASE OR SELL FOR ITS OWN ACCOUNT SUCH SHARES. IN ADDITION, THE JOINT BOOKRUNNERS OR THEIR AFFILIATES MAY ENTER INTO FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS AND SWAPS WITH INVESTORS IN CONNECTION WITH WHICH THE JOINT BOOKRUNNERS (OR THEIR AFFILIATES) MAY FROM TIME TO TIME ACQUIRE, HOLD OR DISPOSE OF SHARES. THE JOINT BOOKRUNNERS DO NOT INTEND TO DISCLOSE THE EXTENT OF ANY SUCH INVESTMENT OR TRANSACTIONS OTHERWISE THAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY LEGAL OR REGULATORY OBLIGATION TO DO SO. THE JOINT BOOKRUNNERS ARE ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE SELLER AND NO ONE ELSE IN CONNECTION WITH THE PLACING AND WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE TO ANY OTHER PERSON FOR PROVIDING THE PROTECTIONS AFFORDED TO CLIENTS OF THE JOINT BOOKRUNNERS OR FOR PROVIDING ADVICE IN RELATION TO THE PLACING.

Renewable solutions showcased by Stora Enso at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti

“The Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti are a great opportunity for Stora Enso to show how everything that is made with fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow,” says Karl-Henrik Sundström, Stora Enso’s CEO. “Sports events are great experiences. As shown in a recent survey, the events would be even more satisfying if spectators know that they are sustainably organised. Renewable wood-based materials are one of the key solutions that can reduce the carbon footprint of any event.” “Using renewable materials for packaging, biomaterials, wood products and paper in the games is a good start, but beyond that we see even greater opportunities with creating sustainable events. Trees absorb carbon dioxide during their lifetime, and products made from wood provide low-carbon alternatives to many products made from non-renewable materials. At Stora Enso, we are constantly innovating and developing new solutions made of wood,” adds Sundström. “The ski championships in Lahti will reach a total audience of 500−600 million people, so they give us an opportunity to promote the importance of renewable materials throughout Europe and even further afield,” says Ulrika Lilja, Stora Enso’s EVP, Communications. “At the same time, we will bring over 8 000 employees and guests to the games, where they can enjoy the competitions and experience the sporting spirit of Finland’s Centenary Championships.” “We are convinced that sustainability should be an integral part of organising major spectator events. Therefore, we are very pleased to have Stora Enso as a presenting sponsor supporting us in finding new, innovative solutions within several areas of our event. We hope that together we are able to set a good example for the future event organisers,” says Janne Leskinen, Lahti2017 CEO and Secretary General.   Stora Enso is showcasing its products and solutions in an exhibition area and in two shelters at the venue in Lahti. A wide range of renewable products will be used more widely by spectators and organisers.  Stora Enso’s wood products can be seen, for instance, in the main entrance gate, in the podiums, in shelters and in the interior of the ski jumping tower, while the fans’ stadium horns are made of biocomposite. Stora Enso’s wood pellets will also be used at the event for heating. Renewable materials such as board and paper are also used in many recyclable products at the event, including printed materials, waste bins, mini snow gliders and cups. All the used board collected for recycling at the championships in Lahti will be utilised as raw material for new corrugated board products. More than 100 Stora Enso employees from 11 countries will represent the global company at the Lahti championships, and explain what a tree can do today and tomorrow. Stora Enso will be handing out stadium horns, spruce seedlings, hot beverages and flags to spectators, who will also be able to warm up by a campfire, try to harvest wood using a harvester simulator, and visit a paper mill or a forest using virtual reality glasses. The FIS Nordic World Ski Championships will run from 22 February to 5 March 2017 in Lahti, Finland. For further information, please contact:Liisa Nyyssönen, SVP, Media relations in Finland, tel. +358 40 544 3491 More information:For more information about Stora Enso’s products in Lahti2017 see: Storaenso.com/Lahti2017 Images:Images of products and constructions can be downloaded for journalistic purposes from: http://bmt.storaenso.com/l/Gf9bhf2-nFNB    Stora Enso is a leading provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper on global markets. Our aim is to replace fossil based materials by innovating and developing new products and services based on wood and other renewable materials. We employ some 25 000 people in more than 35 countries, and our sales in 2016 were EUR 9.8 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY). storaenso.com (http://www.storaenso.com/)  STORA ENSO OYJ

Welcome to Swedbank’s Annual General Meeting 2017

Shareholders are welcome from 9:30 am (CET). Before the Meeting, the management of Swedbank will be available in the lobby for questions from shareholders. Light refreshments will be provided in connection hereto. As a service to non-Swedish speaking shareholders, the meeting will be simultaneously interpreted into English. Notification etc Shareholders who wish to attend the meeting must be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB (“Euroclear”, the Swedish Central Securities Depository) on 24 March, 2017 (the “Record Date”), and must give notice of their attendance to Swedbank’s head office no later than 24 March, 2017 preferably before 3.00 pm (CET). Notification may be submitted: · by letter to Swedbank, c/o Euroclear, Box 7839, SE-103 98 Stockholm, Sweden, or · by telephone +46 8 402 90 60, or · at www.swedbank.se/ir under the heading “Årsstämma” (AGM). The notification shall state the name and should in addition thereto state the personal/company registration number (for Swedish permanent residents or companies), address, telephone number and the number of any advisors (not more than two). Entrance cards, which shall be presented at the entrance to the meeting venue, will be sent from 25 March, 2017. Proposed agenda 1. Opening of the Meeting and address by the Chair of the Board of Directors 2. Election of the Meeting Chair  3. Preparation and approval of the voting list 4. Approval of the agenda  5. Election of two persons to verify the minutes 6. Decision whether the Meeting has been duly convened 7. a) Presentation of the annual report and the consolidated accounts for the financial year 2016b) Presentation of the auditor’s reports for the bank and the group for the financial year 2016c) Address by the CEO 8. Adoption of the profit and loss account and balance sheet of the bank and the consolidated profit and loss account and consolidated balance sheet for the financial year 2016 9. Approval of the allocation of the bank’s profit in accordance with the adopted balance sheet as well as decision on the record date for dividends10. a–q) Decision whether to discharge the members of the Board of Directors and CEO from liability11. Determination of the number of Board members12. Determination of the remuneration to the Board members and the Auditor13. a–i) Election of the Board members14. Election of the Chair of the Board of Directors15. Decision on the Nomination Committee16. Decision on the guidelines for remuneration to top executives17. Decision to acquire own shares in accordance with the Securities Market Act18. Decision on authorization for the Board of Directors to decide on acquisitions of own shares in addition to what is stated in item 1719. Decision on authorization for the Board of Directors to decide on issuance of convertibles20. Performance and share based remuneration programs for 2017a)    Approval of the resolution of the Board of Directors on a common program (“Eken 2017”)b)    Approval of the resolution of the Board of Directors regarding deferred variable remuneration in the form of shares (or another financial instrument in the bank) under the Individual Program (“IP 2017”)c)    Decision regarding transfer of own shares21. Matter submitted by the shareholder Göran Westman regarding suggested proposal to implement the Lean-concept22. Matter submitted by the shareholder Thorwald Arvidsson regarding suggested proposal:a)   to adopt a vision on absolute equality between gendersb)    to appoint a task force in order to implement the proposal under item 22 a)c)    to annually publish a report regarding the proposals under items 22 a) and b)d)    to form a shareholders’ associatione)    to change the regulations concerning the possibility to invoice the Board of Directors’ remunerationf)     to amend the section of the articles of association that concerns the Board of Directorsg)    to suggest that the government office of Sweden implement rules concerning a so-called cool-off period for politiciansh)    to promote a reform as to small and medium sized shareholders’ representation in Boards of Directors and Nomination Committeesi)      to examine the extent to which the bank has contributed to tax evasion 23. Closing of the meeting Read the full notice in attached pdf-document. The notice will also be available on www.swedbank.com/ir (http://www.swedbank.se/ir) where notification can be submitted. For further information:Gabriel Francke Rodau, Head of Group Communication, Swedbank, phone: + 46 70 144 89 66Gregori Karamouzis, Head of Investor Relations, Swedbank, phone: + 46 72 740 63 38

Notification from the Board of Directors of Swedbank AB

At Swedbank’s annual general meeting on 5 April 2016, it was resolved, against the auditor’s recommendation, not to grant the bank’s former CEO Michael Wolf and former Chair Anders Sundström discharge from liability for the financial year 2015. Discharge from liability was denied because shareholders representing at least ten per cent of all shares in the bank voted against discharge from liability for these officers. According to the Swedish Companies Act, a possible legal action for damages, on behalf of a company, against officers for whom discharge from liability has not been granted, must as a main rule be brought not later than one year from the annual general meeting, i.e., in case of the bank not later than 5 April 2017. Under these circumstances, such an action can be brought by the company, represented by the board of directors, or owners of at least ten per cent of all shares in the company. Having evaluated the information available so far, Swedbank’s Board of Directors has found no ground for the bank to bring a legal action for damages against the bank’s former CEO or former Chair in relation to the financial year 2015. – The Board of Directors has resolved not to bring a legal action against the former CEO or the former Chair because we have not found any ground for such an action. The decision is in line with the recommendation made by the bank’s external auditor at the annual general meeting a year ago, says Lars Idermark, Chair of Swedbank’s Board of Directors. For more informationGabriel Francke Rodau, Head of Group Communication, Swedbank, phone +46 70 144 89 66

SinterCast Results October-December 2016

Series Production* Annualised series production equalled the all-time high of 2.2 million Engine Equivalents in the fourth quarter,despite lower shipments in December due to year-end shutdowns.  * Annualised average production of Engine Equivalents during the quarter (1 Engine Equivalent = 50 kg)  CEO Comments Four consecutive years of growth as cumulative dividend reaches SEK 100 million  The progress of 2016 provided record results for revenue, operating result, Sampling Cup shipments and series production. Compared to 2015, revenue increased by 4% while the operating result increased by 30%, following strong installation performance in the third quarter and prudent cost control throughout the year. During the fourth quarter, series production equalled the previous record high of 2.2 million Engine Equivalents, providing 5% growth compared to the fourth quarter of 2015 and marking two full years with series production at or above the 2.0 million Engine Equivalent threshold. The vast majority of the current series production programmes increased during the year, but a small number of programmes declined, limiting the ability to post larger gains. The reductions were derived from one passenger vehicle programme, one commercial vehicle programme and an overall decline in industrial power production due to global reductions in energy, agriculture and mining activities. The high series production also led toward record Sampling Cup shipments of 168,800, representing an increase of 10% above the previous record established in 2015. Since 2012, SinterCast has achieved four consecutive years of growth, with 50% increase in series production, 64% increase in revenue and a 25-fold increase in operating result. This positive development, coupled with the confidence in the business outlook, has led the Board to propose an increased dividend that will result in a cumulative transfer of SEK 100 million to the shareholders since the first dividend was provided in 2011. The overall outlook for series production remains positive, with the pick-up sector in the United States continuing to perform well as demand remains strong for full size vehicles. At the North American International Auto Show in early-January, Ford introduced a 3.0 litre V6 diesel engine option for the model year 2018 F-150 pick-up; America’s best-selling truck for 40 consecutive years and best-selling vehicle for 35 years. Based on a SinterCast-CGI cylinder block, the engine will be the first-ever diesel offered in the F-150. Together with the 2.7 litre V6 SinterCast-CGI EcoBoost® petrol engine, the introduction of the diesel engine option results in two of the five F-150 engine options being based on SinterCast-CGI cylinder blocks. Diesel sales are scheduled to begin in the autumn of 2017. The US pick-up outlook was buoyed during the fourth quarter by new awards and recognition for the 2017 Ford Super Duty pick-up. After winning the Truck of Texas award in September, the Ford Super Duty, with a take rate of more than 80% for the SinterCast-CGI V8 diesel engine, won the Motor Trend Truck of the Year award in November. The Ford Super Duty was also one of three finalists at the North American Car and Truck of the Year awards at the North American International Auto Show in January. In early-January, the EPA issued a notice of violation to FCA stating that, under certain conditions, NOx emissions from the 3.0 litre diesel engine were above the permissible limit. FCA has stated that it has complied with the emissions legislation and it will provide a formal reply after evaluating the assertions issued by the EPA. In the meantime, sales of the model year 2016 Ram 1500 diesel are continuing and OEMs including Ford, General Motors and Mazda have announced new diesel engine offerings in their US line-ups. Installation discussions are ongoing, including the expansion of current installations to increase capacity; functionality upgrades to accommodate customer requests for additional process control features; and, new installations. The recent installation discussion activity has been augmented by the introduction of the Ladle Trackerᵀᴹ technology, which has been well-received in the industry. At present, Ladle Trackerᵀᴹ installation discussions are ongoing with current SinterCast customers, with grey and ductile iron foundries and with metallurgical plants beyond the cast iron foundry industry. These initial discussions have identified new opportunities to expand the tracking capabilities that SinterCast can bring to the industry and SinterCast has been invited to present the technology at conferences and in international publications. In addition to these new development opportunities, SinterCast is also investigating the development of other unique technologies – within and beyond the scope of thermal analysis – to improve quality and production efficiency in the cast iron foundry industry.  Financial Summary     Revenue The revenue for the SinterCast Group relates primarily to income from equipment, series production and engineering service. Revenue October JanuaryBreakdown  -December -December (Amounts in 2016 2015 2016 2015SEK millionif nototherwisestated) Number of 35,000 40,700 168,800 152,700SamplingCupsshippedEquipment 0.4 0.4 7.1 7.7Series 16.4 16.6 66.5 63.6ProductionEngineering 0.4 0.2 1.8 1.0Service 3 Other   0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1Total 17.2 17.2 75.4 72.4 Notes: 1. Includes revenue from system sales and leases and sales of spare parts 2. Includes revenue from production fees, consumables and software licence fees 3. Includes revenue from technical support, on-site trials and sales of test pieces The October-December 2016 revenue amounted to SEK 17.2 million (SEK 17.2 million). Revenue from series production decreased by 1% to SEK 16.4 million (SEK 16.6 million), due to the decreased shipment of 35,000 (40,700) Sampling Cups in the quarter. Annualised fourth quarter series production increased by 5% to 2.2 million (2.1 million) Engine Equivalents. Equipment revenue amounted to SEK 0.4 million (SEK 0.4 million) for Spare Parts and Lease Fees. Engineering Service amounted to SEK 0.4 million (SEK 0.2 million) following support provided to various customers globally and the sale of test pieces. The January-December 2016 revenue amounted to SEK 75.4 million (SEK 72.4 million). Revenue from series production increased by 5% to SEK 66.5 million (SEK 63.6 million), due to the increased shipment of 168,800 (152,700) Sampling Cups and a 1% increase in full-year series production. Equipment revenue decreased to SEK 7.1 million (SEK 7.7 million). Engineering Service amounted to SEK 1.8 million (SEK 1.0 million) following support provided to various customers globally and the sale of test pieces.   Results The business activities of SinterCast are best reflected by the Operating Result. This is because the “Result for the period after tax” and the “Earnings per Share” are influenced by the financial income and costs and by the revaluation of tax assets. Results Summary October-December January-December(Amounts in SEK million 2016 2015 2016 2015if not otherwise stated)Operating Result 4.8 4.4 26.4 20.3Result for the period 5.1 9.0 26.8 25.2after taxEarnings per Share 0.7 0.6 3.7 2.9(SEK), from operationsEarnings per Share (SEK) 0.7 1.3 3.8 3.6 The October-December 2016 operating result of SEK 4.8 million (SEK 4.4 million) increased as a result of a reduction in other operating expenses of SEK 0.4 million. The result for the period after tax amounted to SEK 5.1 million (SEK 9.0 million). The decrease is primarily related to foreign exchange gains due to the parent company’s settlement of debts toward its subsidiaries in US and UK in 2015, the net effect of which amounted to SEK +4.5 million in 2015. The remaining increase of SEK 0.6 million is primarily related to the increased operating result of SEK 0.4 million, decreased unrealised revaluation losses derived from outstanding hedge contracts of SEK 0.1 million and the increased tax income of SEK 0.1 million.   The January-December 2016 operating result of SEK 26.4 million (SEK 20.3 million), increased as a result of higher gross results of SEK 3.4 million primarily derived from higher revenue, combined with decreased operating costs of SEK 1.1 million, and increased other operating income (exchange gains) of SEK 0.5 million and decreased other operating costs (exchange losses) of SEK 1.1 million. The result for the period after tax amounted to SEK 26.8 million (SEK 25.2 million). The increase relates primarily to the increased operating result of SEK 6.1 million, a SEK 0.2 million decrease in the financial net and a SEK 0.2 million increase in tax income. The remaining decrease of SEK 4.5 million relates to the parent company’s settlement of debts toward its subsidiaries in US and UK in 2015. Deferred Tax Asset Tax income for the January-December 2016 period amounted to SEK 1.0 million (SEK 0.8 million). The estimated future taxable profit and deferred tax asset calculation is reassessed every quarter. As of 31 December 2016, SEK 142.3 million (SEK 137.8 million) of the SinterCast total carried-forward tax losses have been used as the basis of the updated calculation, resulting in SEK 31.3 million (SEK 30.3 million) being capitalised as a deferred tax asset.   Cashflow, Liquidity and Investments Cashflow Summary 2016 Full January-December Cashflow ChangesYear(Amounts in SEK million if 2016 2015 2016 vs. 2015not otherwise stated) Cashflow from operations, 26.9 21.3 5.6before change in workingcapitalChange in working capital -1.5 -0.9 -0.6Cashflow from operations 25.4 20.4 5.0Cashflow from investing -3.3 -1.7 -1.6activitiesCashflow from financing -24.8 -15.6 -9.2activitiesExchange rate differences in 0.0 0.0 0.0cash and cash equivalentsCashflow total -2.7 3.1 -5.8Liquidity 45.3 48.0 The January-December 2016 cashflow from operations increased by SEK 5.0 million compared to the same period in 2015. This was primarily due to the net effect of an increase of SEK 5.6 million in cashflow from operations before changes in working capital, plus changes in working capital (SEK -0.6 million), derived from changed cashflow from inventory (SEK 1.0 million), receivables (SEK 4.5 million) and operating liabilities (SEK -6.1 million). The total cashflow decreased by SEK 5.8 million following the dividend of SEK 24.8 million (SEK 15.6 million). Total investments amounted to SEK 3.3 million, primarily related to the activation of products under development (SEK 1.9 million), patent investments (SEK 0.4 million), production equipment (SEK 0.4 million) and facilities upgrades (SEK 0.6 million). The total cashflow amounted to SEK -2.7 million (SEK 3.1 million). Liquidity on 31 December 2016 was SEK 45.3 million (SEK 48.0 million). SinterCast has no loans. Risks and Uncertainty Factors Uncertainty factors for SinterCast include the timing of OEM decisions for new CGI engines and other components, the global economy for new vehicle sales, and the individual sales success of vehicles equipped with SinterCast-CGI components. The economies have developed differently in Europe, Asia and the Americas over the last several years. The European passenger vehicle, commercial vehicle, and construction equipment markets have recovered and are experiencing steady growth. In Asia, the dominant Chinese market is characterised by overcapacity in the commercial vehicle and construction equipment sectors, which represent the primary opportunity for CGI. This overcapacity, coupled with the current economic uncertainty in China, influences product development cycles and production volumes. In contrast, consumer confidence has increased in North America and SinterCast has benefitted from increased vehicle sales. The geographical diversification of SinterCast helps to mitigate changing macroeconomic conditions in the different regions. For full risk and uncertainty factor information, see Note 26 on pages 46 and 47 in SinterCast Annual Report 2015  Organisation   With successful high volume CGI production in customer foundries located in Europe, Asia and the Americas, SinterCast has established a global organisation with employees and offices in Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States, China and Korea. As of 31 December 2016, the Group had 21 (20) employees, four (four) of whom are female. SinterCast is well positioned to support global market activities and to drive the future growth of the company. Parent Company SinterCast AB (publ) is the Parent Company of the SinterCast Group, with its registered office located in Stockholm, Sweden. On 31 December 2016, the Parent Company had 16 (15) employees. The majority of the operations are managed by the Parent Company while local operations in the United Kingdom, United States, Korea and China are managed by the local companies. The information given for the Group in this report corresponds in all material respects to the Parent Company. However, the result for the period may differ between the Group and the Parent Company due to intercompany transactions between the Parent Company and its subsidiaries. Patents SinterCast currently holds 8 (12) patents, granted or pending, and maintains 58 (69) individual national phase patents worldwide. These patents address the SinterCast metallurgical technology, thermal analysis, the Sampling Cup for CGI and ductile iron, product applications and machining. Accounting Principles        The information provided on behalf of the Group in this interim report has been prepared in accordance with Sweden’s Annual Accounts Act and IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting. The reporting for the Parent Company has been prepared in accordance with Sweden’s Annual Accounts Act and RFR 2. The accounting policies that have been applied for the Group and the Parent Company are in agreement with the accounting policies used in the preparation of the company’s latest Annual Report. The implementation date of IFRS 15 has been changed from 1 January 2017 to 1 January 2018. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued new guidelines regarding the disclosure of financial measures not defined or specified according to IFRS. These financial measures should be referred to as Alternative Performance Measures (APMs). The APMs included in the Key Ratio and Share Data tables have been defined since the 3Q 2016 Interim Report. No material transactions have taken place between SinterCast and the Board or the Management during the period. Events after the Balance Sheet Date      There have been no significant events since the balance sheet date of 31 December 2016 that could materially change these financial statements. The following press releases have been issued: 10 January 2017 – Ford reveals diesel F-150 at North American International Auto Show Nomination Committee The Nomination Committee, elected by the Annual General Meeting 2016, consists of Karl-Arne Henriksson, Chairman, Hans-Erik Andersson, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Ulla-Britt Fräjdin-Hellqvist and Andrea Fessler. Shareholders wishing to provide input or proposals should provide written submissions to the Nomination Committee (e-mail: nomination.committee@sintercast.com) at least seven weeks prior to the Annual General Meeting for the proposal to be included in the notice of the meeting. Annual General Meeting 2017 The Annual General Meeting 2017 of SinterCast AB (publ) will be held on Thursday 18 May 2017. Shareholders wishing to have a matter considered at the Annual General Meeting should provide written submissions to agm.registration@sintercast.com or to the company: SinterCast AB (publ), Kungsgatan 2, 641 30 Katrineholm, Sweden, at least seven weeks prior to the Annual General Meeting for the proposal to be included in the notice of the meeting. Further details on how and when to register will be published in advance of the Annual General Meeting. Dividend Distributed in 2016 The Annual General Meeting of SinterCast AB (publ) held on 19 May 2016 approved an ordinary dividend for the financial year 2015 amounting to SEK 2.0 (1.5) per share and an extraordinary dividend amounting to SEK 1.5 (0.7) per share. A total amount of SEK 24.8 (15.6) million was distributed to the shareholders. Proposed Dividend 2017The Board’s intention is to continue to provide an ordinary dividend to the shareholders, based primarily on the cashflow from operations. In the event that the Board considers that the liquidity exceeds the amount needed to support the operational requirements and strategic objectives, the Board has the option to propose an extraordinary dividend or a share buy-back to further adjust the liquidity.          The Board of Directors propose an ordinary dividend of SEK 2.5 per share (SEK 2.0) plus an extraordinary dividend of SEK 1.5 (1.5) per share, representing a distribution of SEK 28.4 million (SEK 24.8 million) to the shareholders of SinterCast AB (publ) for the financial year 2016. The Board proposes 22 May 2017 as the record date for entitlement to receive dividends. In deciding the amount of the ordinary dividend to be proposed to the AGM 2017, the Board considered cashflow from operations, the financial position, investment requirements and other factors, such as market outlook, growth strategy and the internal financial forecast for the Group. Including the proposed dividend, the total payout to shareholders since the first dividend was provided in 2011 will reach SEK 100 million. The Annual Report 2016 The Annual Report 2016 will be published on 6 April 2017.  Information The Interim Report January-March 2017 will be published on 26 April 2017The Interim Report April-June 2017 will be published on 23 August 2017The Interim Report July-September 2017 will be published on 22 November 2017The Interim Report October-December and Full Year Results 2017 will be published on 21 February 2018 This report has not been reviewed by the company’s Auditors.

The Nomination Committee´s proposal to Directors of the Nordax’s Board and immediate change in the composition of the Board

Susanne Hannestad, born 1961, is the founder and CEO of Fintech Mundi AS and Bozan AS and Chairman of Payr AS, VIO Media AS and Førstehjelperen AS. Hannestad has previously held senior positions in Nordea, Nets and Sparebank 1 Forsikring in Norway and held several board assignments, among them Visa Bankegruppe AS, MasterCard Forum, Scandpower IT AS and Visa Norge AS. Susanne Hannestad has a Master Business Administration from Northeastern University in USA and a First Level Bachelor of Law from Oslo University.  The Nomination Committee considers Susanne Hannestad to have a broad and relevant experience of the Norwegian financial market. Susanne also has experience from strategic planning, creation of effective governance and internal control, as well as experience from digital change of business models and she will contribute to further diversity and variety of the Board of Directors with regards to gender, age, geographical provenance as well as educational and professional background. Susanne Hannestad will be subject to management assessment by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority. The Nomination Committee is composed by of its Chairman Hans Hedström (representing Carnegie Fonder AB), Hans Ek (representing SEB Investment Management AB) and Malin Björkmo (representing Handelsbanken Fonder AB). The Nomination Committee's other proposals and statements regarding the proposed Board of Directors will be included in the notice to the Annual General Meeting and on Nordax’s website. Nordax’s Annual General Meeting 2017 will be held on Thursday, 27 April at 9am in Bryggarsalen, Norrtullsgatan 12N, Stockholm. For more information, please contact Andreas Frid, Head of Investor Relations, Nordax Tel: +46 705 290 800 E-mail: ir@nordax.se  About Nordax Nordax is a leading niche bank in the Nordic region providing personal loans and deposit accounts to private individuals in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Germany. Nordax had nearly 150.000 deposit and lending customers at year-end. Nordax employs about 200 people, all work­ing in its office in Stockholm. The underwriting process is Nordax’s core competency; it is thorough, sound and data driven. Nordax’s customers are financially stable individuals. The typical customer is approximately 50 years old and has an income in line with or above the national average. As of December 31, 2016 lending to the general public amounted to SEK 12.8 billion and deposits amounted to SEK 7.1 billion. Nordax has been supervised by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority since 2004 and deposits are covered by the Swedish deposit guarantee scheme. Read more on www.nordaxgroup.com. For more information about Nordax’s customer offerings, read more on each country’s web site: www.nordax.se, www.nordax.no, www.nordax.fi (http://www.nordax.fi/) and www.nordax.de.

Enea and Lanner demonstrate multi-architecture Proof-of-Concept vCPE solution at Mobile World Congress

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, February 22, 2017 – Enea® (NASDAQ OMX Nordic:ENEA) together with Lanner Electronics Inc. (TAIEX 6245) today announced a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) of a commercial Network Function Virtualization (NFV) solution built on OPNFV running on both x86 and ARM based COTS hardware. Using Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) virtual Customer Premise Equipment (vCPE) brings a promise of lower cost and lower power consumption, and equips customers with better architectural choice for their specific use case. vCPE is clearly among the hottest topics in the NFV discussion today and together with Lanner, Enea will demonstrate a unique ability to mix hardware platform architectures in Enea’s stand 6H21 in Hall 6 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 27 to March 2, 2017. The NFV edge Proof-of-Concept The PoC shows how NFV will help to push functionality and data streams to the edge where it can run on cheaper hardware and not congest the network. Enea will run its network virtualization software platform on a central office server that sets up and initiates a video call between two tablets; one connected to an x86 based Lanner device, and one connected to an ARM based device. The demo highlights how data can stream between two efficient vCPE devices without putting a load on nodes in the network. “Our OPNFV based software platform is flexible enough to seamlessly mix different vCPE architectures, and delivers the characteristics necessary for leveraging the benefits of NFV in the edge use case”, said Karl Mörner, SVP Product Management at Enea. “With the Enea NFV, customers save time-to-market and cost, while opening up for new revenue streams and guaranteeing better customer satisfaction.” “As the world leader in network appliances, we engineer and manufacture vCPE devices based on x86 and ARM platforms,” said Jeans Tseng, Vice President of Telecommunication Applications at Lanner. “With validation through Enea’s NFV software, Lanner and Enea can deliver vCPE solutions optimized for next-gen hybrid NFV architecture and help accelerate time-to-market for service providers and telecom equipment manufacturers”. Further reading Enea NFV Lab: http://www.enea.com/solutions/pharos-lab/ Enea NFV Lab services: http://services.enea.com/services/packaged-services/enea-nfv-lab Enea at the Mobile World Congress: http://www.enea.com/about-us/Events/Trade-shows/Mobile-World-Congress-2017/ Lanner network appliances: http://www.lannerinc.com/products/network-appliances/x86-rackmount-network-appliances/nca-4010 Contact: Fredrik Medin, SVP Marketing and CommunicationsPhone: +46 709 71 40 11E-mail: fredrik.medin@enea.com About Lanner Lanner Electronics Inc (TAIEX 6245) is a world leading provider of design, engineering and manufacturing services for advanced and customizable SDN and NFV network computing appliances for system integrators, service providers and application developers. Lanner possesses a wide range of network appliances including desktop vCPE devices designed for SD-WAN and SD-Security, as well as NEBS-compliant, NFVi-ready platforms with multiple processors, network I/O blades, and high availability features. www.lannerinc.com About Enea Enea is a global supplier of network software platforms and world class services, with a vision of helping customers develop amazing functions in a connected society. We are committed to working together with customers and leading hardware vendors as a key contributor in the open source community, developing and hardening optimal software solutions. Every day, more than three billion people around the globe rely on our technologies in a wide range of applications in multiple verticals – from Telecom and Automotive, to Medical and Avionics. We have offices in Europe, North America and Asia, and are listed on NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm AB. Discover more at www.enea.com and start a conversation at info@enea.com. Enea®, Enea OSE®, Netbricks®, Polyhedra®, Zealcore®, Enea® Element, Enea® Optima, Enea® LINX, Enea® Accelerator,  Enea® dSPEED Platform and COSNOS® are registered trademarks of Enea AB and its subsidiaries. Enea OSE®ck, Enea OSE® Epsilon, Enea® Optima Log Analyzer, Enea® Black Box Recorder, Polyhedra® Lite, Enea® System Manager, Enea® ElementCenter NMS, Enea® On-device Management and Embedded for LeadersTM are unregistered trademarks of Enea AB or its subsidiaries. Any other company, product or service names mentioned above are the registered or unregistered trademarks of their respective owner. All rights reserved. © Enea AB 2017. 

ORGANOCLICK AB (PUBL) PUBLISH YEAR END REPORT 2016

The fourth quarter was a strong end to the year, with organic sales growth for the group of approximately 40% in comparison with the fourth quarter of 2015. In particular, OrganoWood sales to the professional construction sector increased a lot, but we have also begun to earn revenues in OrganoClick’s other business areas, although they still represent a small part of the group's total turnover. The groups sales in total for the full year was about 39 million (excl. Acquisition of BIOkleen) which is an organic sales growth of about 28%. The acquisition of BIOkleen adds additional sales (pro forma) of about 23 million for 2016 giving a pro-forma sales for the group of approximately 62 million. Translation from CEO Mårten Hellbergs comment to the Year End Report. Q4, 1 Oct – 31 Dec 2016 The group compared with 2015 » The group’s net revenue amounted to SEK 6,42 million (4,60). » EBIT amounted to SEK -9,62 million (-7,39). 12 months, 1 Jan – 31 Dec 2016 The group compared with 2015 » The group’s net revenue amounted to SEK 38,85 million (30,46). » EBIT amounted to SEK -29,74 million (-20,79). The complete version of the Year End Report (in Swedish) is attached in this press release and is available on the company’s homepage. The information in this Year End Report is according to the rules at Nasdaq First North. ........................................................................................  For questions, please contact Mårten Hellberg, CEO OrganoClick AB, phone: +46 (0)8-684 001 10 ........................................................................................  About OrganoClick OrganoClick AB (publ) is a Swedish cleantech company listed on Nasdaq First North that develops, produces and markets functional materials based on environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. Examples of products that are marketed by OrganoClick are the water repellent fabric treatment OrganoTex®, the flame and rot timber protectant OrganoWood® (through the subsidiary company OrganoWood AB) and biobased binders for non-woven materials. OrganoClick was founded in 2006 as a commercial spinoff company based on academic research examining the modification of biofibers performed at Stockholm University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. OrganoClick has won several prizes and has been designated “Sweden's most promising start-up company”, Sweden's best environmental innovation and has appeared on the Affärsvärldens och NyTekniks top 33 list of “Sweden's hottest technology companies”. The company has also received a number of awards, such as The Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) “Climate Solver” award.  OrganoClick’s headquarters are in Täby, north of Stockholm, where the company's production, R&D, sales and marketing departments are located. OrganoClick's Certified Adviser on Nasdaq First North is Erik Penser  Bank. The information in this press release contains information that OrganoClick AB (publ) is obliged to release according to the EU's market regulation law number 596/2014. The information was published, of the contact person above, 22nd of February 2017 at 08:30.

Arise AB (publ) publishes prospectus regarding a convertible bonds rights issue

The Board of Directors of Arise AB (publ) (“Arise”) has prepared a prospectus for the purpose of the convertible bonds rights issue, which was announced on 17 February, 2017. The prospectus has on 21 February, 2017 been approved by and registered with the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority in accordance with the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980).The prospectus will be available at Arise website (www.arise.se) and Swedbank’s website (www.swedbank.se/prospekt) and the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority's website (www.fi.se/sv/vara-register/prospektregistret/).Further details regarding the rights issue and the timetable of the rights issue can be found in the press release which was announced on 17 February, 2017.Halmstad, 22 February, 2017 ARISE AB (publ)For further information, please contactDaniel Johansson, CEO Arise AB, +46 702 244 133The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08.30 CET on 22 February 2017. About AriseArise is one of Sweden´s leading wind power companies, with the business concept to develop, build and manage onshore wind farms for its own account and on behalf of investors. The company is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm.Arise AB (publ), P.O. Box 808, SE-301 18 Halmstad, Sweden, telephone +46 (0)35 20 20 900, corporate id .no. 556274-6726E-mail info@arise.se, www.arise.se Important informationThis 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, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia 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 securities referred to in this announcement will only be made by means of the prospectus announced herewith. 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. Such statements are statements that are not historical facts and may be identified by words such as “regard”, “estimate”, “expect”, “anticipate”, “assume”, “predict”, “intend”, “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 the Company 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.

SII Concatel joins IFS Partner Network as reseller

In 2015 (http://www.ifsworld.com/corp/news-and-events/newsroom/2015/04/02/16/08/fr-20150414-sii-choisit-ifs/), parent company SII Group, based in Paris, France, opted to implement IFS Applications for some 4,400 users to enhance crucial processes such as project management, quality management, and export control. The current partnership agreement will see SII Concatel expand IFS’s reach in the Spanish market and help power its ambitious growth plans. The collaboration will begin immediately with the global implementation of IFS Applications throughout the parent company, SII Group. SII Concatel comprises six technical centers in Spain and more than 650 employees. Together, IFS and SII Concatel will resell IFS Applications and provide end-to-end customer service, including implementation and hosting infrastructure. “IFS Applications is a very powerful and comprehensive solution that is useful for different types of companies,” said Joan Carrillo Torrell, Managing Director of SII Concatel. “This agreement allows us to provide a reliable offering to the market. As IT consultants, we know the importance of having a broad portfolio of tools to deliver the best solutions. Our approach is based on best practices, which are built into the core of IFS Applications. We look forward to delivering significant benefits to our customers, including rapid deployments, greater delivery flexibility, and lower maintenance costs.” Gustavo Brito, CEO of IFS in Spain and Portugal, added, "IFS is excited to work with SII Concatel, which is both a well-respected brand in Spain and part of the SII Group, one of our most important clients in Europe. We are proud of the trust that SII Concatel has shown in our products and people and we look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership.” The IFS Partner Network (http://www.ifsworld.com/corp/partners/), combined with IFS’s products and services, provides enterprise customers access to unmatched industry and technology expertise, as well as systems implementation and consulting services.

Sivers IMA at Mobile World Congress, 2017

This year Sivers IMA will provide hands on proof points of our recently launched V-band transceiver chip and run a live demonstration to show the capabilities of the TRX 1608-LT6275. This product provides a high level of integration, resulting in considerable cost savings for customers. The chip has leading edge performance and the demonstration will show operation in the full extended V-band 57-71 GHz, where Sivers IMA probably is the first supplier in the world being able to demonstrate operation in 66-71 GHz, which has been opened by the FCC in the US last year. “I am very proud that we will be able to show a live demonstration of our exceptional RF performance.  We have earlier stated that we would be able to support 64 QAM using our internal on chip SiGe VCO, and we will showcase modulations up to 256 QAM using the internal on chip SiGe VCO, this can be done due to state of the art low phase noise in the VCO. This is a unique feature that shows that we have a world class RFIC team. For our customers, we believe this can be a true differentiator and cost saver”, says Anders Storm, CEO of Sivers IMA. The TRX 1608-LT6275 transceiver is now ready to order for test and development purposes. In the live demonstration, Sivers IMA is cooperating with the Swedish antenna company, Gapwaves, where they will provide their patented GAP-antennas in a configuration together with Sivers IMA’s RFIC. “It is a great opportunity for us to be able to show our antennas in the Sivers IMA demo set-up at MWC “, says Lars-Inge Sjöqvist, CEO of Gapwaves. “It is an excellent example of two high-tech Swedish millimeter wave companies working together and supporting each other with great technology in a setting like MWC”, says Anders Storm, CEO of Sivers IMA.  On top of demonstrating the unique current products, Sivers IMA will also be able meet and discuss with customers around our new product, the TRX BF/01 WiGig/802.11ad RFIC, that was launched last week. With both these RFICs available, we will be able to have strategic discussions with customers and potential partners around the best use of millimeter wave technology in products targeting both datacom and telecommunication infrastructure applications for the networks of today and tomorrow. Sivers IMA will run these demonstrations and discussions with selected customers in Room 2A38MR, Hall 2 at Mobile World Congress. For more information: Anders Storm, CEO Mobile phone: +46 70 262 6390 E-mail: anders.storm@siversima.com  This information is insider information that Sivers IMA is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication trough the agency of the contact person set out above, on February 22nd, 2017.  Sivers IMA is a leading manufacturer of micro- and millimeter wave products for connecting and quantifying a networked world. Sivers IMA has a long history and is internationally renown as a reliable supplier of high quality components used in telecommunications links, RADAR sensors and test & measurement equipment. Headquarters is located north of Stockholm in Kista, Sweden. Learn more at http://siversima.com. Gapwaves originates from research conducted at Chalmers University of Technology and was founded in 2011 to commercialize inventions for efficient wireless communication. The exponentially increasing use of data in our mobile devices creates an increasing demand for high performance wireless systems. For these systems, Gapwaves AB develops waveguide and antenna products based on the patented so called GAP waveguide technology. The company’s markets are e.g. telecom radio links, automotive radars, surveillance systems, and space observatories.   

New Head of Nordea in Denmark

Frank Vang-Jensen (49) will be the new Head of Personal Banking and Country Senior Executive for Nordea in Denmark. Frank Vang-Jensen will be taking over from Peter Lybecker (63), who will hand over his assignments to Frank Vang-Jensen and retire later in 2017. Torben Laustsen (57) will stay as Head of Personal Banking until Frank Vang-Jensen begins on 16 May.- Nordea is carrying out a massive transformation, with a strong focus on customer satisfaction, a desire to be best in class in compliance and with a strong ethics- and value-based culture. In this transformation I must say, I am really delighted to welcome Frank Vang-Jensen. He has a strong and proven track record of business and customer satisfaction going hand in hand. I am convinced that with his background Frank Vang-Jensen is the right person to take our business forward and put customers at the centre in Nordea’s culture, says Group CEO Casper von Koskull.As Country Senior Executive, Frank Vang-Jensen will be the unifying figure representing Nordea in Denmark. He has worked 18 years at Handelsbanken, most recently as President and CEO.- I am thrilled to be invited to participate in the transformation Nordea is going through. I see Nordea as very competent, financially robust and with a really strong desire to develop and improve, not least when it comes to having customers in focus, says Frank Vang-Jensen.Frank Vang-Jensen is 49, married with two children and has recently moved back to Copenhagen. He will step into the position as Head of Personal Banking and Country Senior Executive on 16 May 2017.For further information:Claes Eliasson, Acting Head of Group External Communications, +46 072 141 67 12

AddLife acquires Norwegian Hepro Group – leader in home care products and welfare technology

AddLife signed an agreement today for the acquisition of all shares in the three companies of the Hepro Group: Hepro AS, Mektron AS and Hepro Sverige AB. The Hepro Group develops, designs and markets assistive technology within home care and welfare technology. These products facilitate health care and social services in the home, a market undergoing strong growth. The acquisitions will be a positive addition to the other companies in AddLife’s Medtech business area. -“With a growing and aging population throughout the Nordic region, there is a strong need for assistive equipment for home care, and it is only expected to grow stronger. The acquisition involves functional products and digital welfare technology that will provide greater independence, activity and security for people with disabilities”, says Kristina Willgård, CEO, AddLife. The Hepro Group is successfully positioned in the Norwegian market as one of the leading companies in home care and welfare technology. The companies' products and solutions are currently sold primarily to public sector and private healthcare players, with some sales directly to the end consumer. The companies have 40 employees and sales of NOK 155 million, mainly in the Norwegian market. The acquisitions represent a strategic entry for AddLife in the field of home care in Norway, while laying the foundation for continued expansion in an attractive growth area. The acquisitions are also an excellent addition to Svan Care AB, a company acquired in October 2016. The Hepro Group markets parts of Svan Care AB’s line of products on the Norwegian market, while Svan Care AB markets parts of the Hepro Group’s line of products on the Swedish market. Ownership will come effective on 1 March 2017. The acquisition is expected to have a marginally positive effect on AddLife’s earnings per share during the current financial year. Stockholm, 22 February 2017 AddLife AB (publ.)For more information, please contactKristina Willgård, CEO, AddLife AB, +46 705 10 12 23Lars-Erik Rydell, business area manager of Medtech, AddLife AB, +46 709 46 48 77 AddLife is an independent player in the Life Science sector, offering high-quality products, services and advice to the private and public sectors, above all in the Nordic region. AddLife has about 550 employees in some 30 subsidiaries that operate under their own brands. The Group has annual sales of about SEK 1.9 billion. The AddLife share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.This information is information that AddLife AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 10:30 a.m. CET on 22 February 2017.

NeuroVive appoints recognized scientific advisors and enters research agreements in NASH and hepatocellular carcinoma

In the new collaboration with Philippe Gallay, the research teams will explore the mechanisms of action of the potent anti-cancer effects of NeuroVive’s novel sanglifehrin-based compounds. These studies will be an important part in NeuroVive’s HCC lead candidate selection process. “I am enthusiastic about continuing the fruitful collaboration with the NeuroVive research team. NeuroVive’s potent drug compounds have unique and promising features that I am really excited in continuing to explore” said Prof. Philippe Gallay. In the collaboration with Massimo Pinzani, the research groups at Engitix Ltd and NeuroVive will assess the anti-fibrotic properties of NV556 by using Engitix’ human liver 3D models. The models offer an important opportunity to evaluate and validate effects in appropriate pathophysiological conditions. “Fibrosis is a critical part of the progression of several liver diseases including NASH, and I look forward to further study the anti-fibrotic effects of NeuroVive’s new drug compounds and how they may contribute to fill the unmet medical need in this area”, said Prof. Massimo Pinzani. "I am very pleased that Philippe Gallay and Massimo Pinzani have joined our efforts in advancing the research and development of our NASH and HCC treatment opportunities" said Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer at NeuroVive. "Their scientific guidance as experts in the field of liver disease mechanisms and clinical management will be most valuable in the continued development of our project pipeline, as well as in the ultimate positioning of our candidate drugs in the future treatment landscape.” Philippe Gallay is Professor of Immunology at the Department of Immunology and Microbiology at the well esteemed Scripps Research Institute in California, US. Phillipe Gallay and NeuroVive has previously worked together with the company’s cyclophilin inhibitor platform, a research effort that focused on the most potent cyclophilin inhibitor so far developed, NV556. Massimo Pinzani is Professor of Medicine, clinical hepatologist and Director of the University College London (UCL) Institute for Liver and Digestive Health, UK. He also holds the prestigious chair of the Sheila Sherlock Liver Centre at the Royal Free Hospital in London and he is the Chairman of Engitix Ltd. About Engitix Ltd Engitix Ltd is a spin-out from the UCL Institute for Liver and Digestive Health, based at the Royal Free Hospital, London. Engitix is using its proprietary human organ decellularization technology to develop tissue engineered products for application in regenerative medicine and drug target research. Engitix’ core expertise is human whole-liver and tissue-specific and disease specific ECM (extra cellular matrix) scaffolds for treatment and research of liver disease. About hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and NeuroVive’s project NVP024 Liver cancer includes two major types: hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and intrahepatic bile duct cancer. HCC is the sixth most-common type of cancer and the third most-common cause of death worldwide. HCC patients have a high medical need for new and effective treatment alternatives. NeuroVive’s NVP024 project is focused on the company’s new generation of sanglifehrin-based compounds which have shown potent inhibitory effects on HCC cells and anti-cancer activity in an experimental model of HCC. About NASH and NeuroVive’s projects NV556 and NVP022 Fatty liver, fibrosis and inflammation are hallmarks of NASH, a condition that can lead to cirrhosis of the liver or liver cancer. There is a strong link between NASH and other metabolic disorders, such as diabetes and obesity. About 3-5% of all Americans (about 15 million people) suffer from NASH and there are currently no registered treatments. NV556 is a potent cyclophilin inhibitor in NeuroVive’s Sangamide class of compounds. NV556 has shown an inhibitory effect on fibrosis development in an experimental model of NASH. NVP022 is a novel class of compounds that has a completely different mode of action than NV556 that may complement NV556 in the treatment of NASH. NVP022 is targeting mitochondrial metabolic pathways in NASH. About NeuroVive NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB is a leader in mitochondrial medicine. The company is committed to the discovery and development of medicines that preserve mitochondrial integrity and function in areas of unmet medical need. The company’s strategy is to take drugs for rare diseases through clinical development and into the market. The strategy for projects within larger indications outside the core focus area is out-licensing in the preclinical phase. NeuroVive enhances the value of its projects in an organization that includes strong international partnerships and a network of mitochondrial research institutions, as well as expertise with capacities within drug development and production. NeuroVive has a project in early clinical phase II development for the prevention of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (NeuroSTAT®). NeuroSTAT has orphan drug designation in Europe and in the US. The R&D portfolio consists of several late stage research programs in areas ranging from genetic mitochondrial disorders to cancer and metabolic diseases such as NASH. NeuroVive is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Sweden (ticker: NVP). The share is also traded on the OTCQX Best Market in the US (OTC: NEVPF).  For investor relations and media questions, please contact:Cecilia Hofvander, NeuroVive, Tel: +46 (0)46 275 62 21 or ir@neurovive.com (ir@neurovive.com)Charles Athle Nelson, NeuroVive US representative, Tel +1 212 961 6277 or ir.usa@neurovive.com NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ)Medicon Village, SE-223 81 Lund, SwedenTel: +46 (0)46 275 62 20 (switchboard)www.neurovive.com This information is information that NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 10:30 a.m. CET on February 22, 2017.

Why is the energy transformation so slow?

Global warming is a fact. There is now no doubt at all that CO2 emissions, caused mainly by fossil-based energy, are the villain. Melting ice from Greenland and the world's polar regions will likely, within 2-3 generations, lead to sea levels rising by 6 meters. Unfortunately, this pace is likely to accelerate, to the extent that both the North and South Poles will melt completely. If the ice on Antarctica melts, sea levels will rise by 60 meters. Even at a 6-meter sea level rise, the consequences are disastrous, enough to make millions of citizens, for example in New York, Tokyo, Shanghai, Singapore and London, homeless. Low level countries such as Bangladesh, Vietnam and the Netherlands risk being wiped out completely. The accompanying climatic and oceanic changes will make the situation even worse: the Mediterranean and the Middle East could both become uninhabitable, resulting in huge refugee flows and crises. The global food supply is threatened because vegetation simply does not now have enough time to adapt to a new climate. Globally, nations take action through international climate plans, such as the Kyoto and Paris agreements. And there is certainly agreement that we urgently need to change our energy systems. Yet rising global energy consumption, combined with low energy prices, fosters wastefulness. The real battle between the countries responsible for climate change has not even begun. Understandably, the least developed countries are pointing at their right to prosperity and at the affluent world’s historical responsibility for CO2 emissions. Energy consumption is therefore likely to continue to rise. The late Professor Hans Rosling's conclusion is that we must develop and provide technologies such as refrigerators, automobiles and washing machines that require a maximum of 10% of today's energy needs, in order to realistically meet environmental objectives. Such restraints may feel a deceptively long way away to us at the moment. How can we explain the discrepancy between the clear risk of the increasing momentum towards a collapse of the climate, and the lack of commitment to activities to solve the problems? There are two important reasons: 1. Psychology: If a threat seems too daunting, then denial of the threat is a built-in reflex, especially if the threat is linked to an addiction. A smoker or alcoholic tends to ignore warnings from doctors, against their better judgment. We depend on energy for comfort, air travel and prosperity. In the same way that a smoker denies the threat of lung cancer because the pleasure of nicotine is so strong, we ignore the fact that rising sea levels are threatening the very existence of mankind. The pleasures that energy gives us in the short term are simply too powerful. The same psychology applies in politics and business: our decisions are usually short-term. Drastic decisions require broad consensus and often only come about when we have the knife at our throat. It is tempting to take the easy way out and commission yet another investigation of the threats of climate change, deferring the time when the sitting government or board will have to deal with the problem. But there is hope. Most governments are using means of control such as alcohol and tobacco tax with great success to mitigate the effects of dangerous behaviors. We will return to means of control shortly.  2. Understanding: Far too few people remember basic physics that easily shows that energy today is in fact absurdly cheap. 1 kilowatt hour (1 kWh) is the amount of energy required to lift a large car all the way up to the top of the Eiffel Tower! We consumers can purchase this enormous amount of energy for about 0,1 € or 1SEK, either in the form of electricity or as one deciliter of petrol! The alternative to lifting the car with a crane is to ask say 50 Frenchmen to do the job with ropes and muscle power: this would surely cost hundreds if not thousands of euros. Is there any other product where we get so much value for so little money? (One could argue here that access to cheap energy made it possible to abolish slavery.) Other comparisons: With 1 kWh, one can in half an hour of vacuuming move a few grams of dust from the carpet into the filter bag. The comparison with the car on the Eiffel Tower shows that our vacuum cleaners and other electric gadgets are far from efficient - there is lots of room for improvement for future engineers! As for global conflict management, as Daniel Yergin writes so persuasively in "The Prize”, historically, there are hardly any wars where oil, gas or coal are not there in the background.  Unless future solutions are reasonable and fair for all stakeholders, war is inevitable. Much deeper knowledge of politics, history, physics and psychology of energy is required if we want to take the right decisions going forward. Is there hope that we can manage the energy transition? Yes, but it is extremely urgent. In fact, there is inspiring progress that showcases human creativity in response to this serious situation. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) regularly identifies "Climate Solver Technologies" (see www.climatesolver.org). Winners include projects transforming desert into farmland, new ways to save, produce and store energy, to distribute food and goods efficiently, and many more examples. Electric and hybrid cars are reaping success. Passenger ferry Viking Line has a new ship in operation driven by natural gas or biogas, which only uses 50% of the energy that a similar vessel needed just 10 years ago. China, California and Germany are leaders investing in wind, solar and other renewable energy sources. We can build zero-energy houses, as well as technology to reduce energy consumption dramatically in existing houses. Sweden is one of the world leaders in clean energy innovation. Companies such Greenely have developed methods to reduce energy consumption with the help of psychology. ABB provides frequency-controlled motors that cut electricity requirements. Uppsala University is a leader in solar cell innovation. And the company I started, Climeon, can produce clean electricity from waste warm water. The world as we know it can build smart grids. We can store energy in all possible forms. All this is hugely positive and inspiring, but it is not enough to stop climate catastrophe. How, realistically, can we increase the pace? Many nations have opted for a passive, cautious stance - we keep old technologies and sources like nuclear power longer, arguing that these assets have many years of life left to go, and that there are many jobs involved. There is logic in this, and it obviously saves money. The problem is that the money saved is not invested in new technology. A green tax seems very urgent. Taking Sweden as example, 10 SEK (ca. 1 €) extra tax per liter of fossil fuel petrol or diesel would provide 100 billion SEK. An additional electricity tax of approximately 1SEK/ kWh could be passed on to consumers resulting in consumer prices of approximately 2 SEK/ kWh. This approach is already enabling German citizens to help finance their country’s energy transition. Renewable energy must of course be taxed less. The $100 billion SEK revenue through fuel and ca. 40 billion SEK from electricity consumption, can be used in part to reduce other taxes, and in part to stimulate environmentally friendly investments, both proven technology and promising developments. Such a green tax would sharply raise the incentives for all of us to review our energy choices - for example, the choice and usage of car and household energy consumption. Renewable energy sources - which are already economically competitive - would receive a huge and very necessary boost. Green tax reform is not a zero-sum game, but does lead dynamically to new jobs, businesses, employment and tax revenue. This is already the case in Germany, where a whole new industry around wind, solar, smart grid, biomass-based power plants and similar has been developed, and which is gearing up for global exports. Norwegian based Scatec Solar is globally installing photovoltaic systems (so far, nearly 600 MW installed!). Their success will surely lead to fresh industrial growth in the Norwegian solar cell industry. American Solar City, owned by Tesla’s founder Elon Musk, has also done a tremendous job of making solar panels trendy and accessible. The transport sector, households and industry are the major producers of CO2. Within the transport sector and for private citizens, it feels like a green tax shift will quickly produce the desired effect. For global industries, however, this is not likely. Globally, higher prices for energy would promote savings, in that the repayment period for environmental investments will be shorter. We therefore need international agreements, replacing e.g. the CO2 certificate trading schemes such as ETS which basically have collapsed. For most industries, energy pricing is one part of the equation, but assuming companies are competing on equal terms, it is not decisive whether oil (or the nearest equivalent) costs 30, 100 or 200 dollars per barrel. In summary, we must come to terms with the fact that our planet is seriously threatened. We do not have a Planet B - nor on a smaller scale, do we have an Amsterdam B or New York B. We must recognize that we have wasted energy because it was and is far too cheap. Technology can solve the problem. The future need not be so daunting, indeed there are great opportunities. Huge investments are required going forward, but the longer we wait, the bigger they become. The challenge is obviously global, but that should not stop individual countries from taking their own initiatives. Politicians must show leadership and make full use of policy instruments. This is becoming more and more crucial, and it is immensely important that Sweden does not fall behind. About the Author: Dr. Joachim Karthäuser is co-founder and technical director of the Cleantech company Climeon AB. Joachim holds a PhD in chemistry, started his career as scientist at the German Parliament Climate/ Energy Commission (1988) and has worked since then internationally for Shell, AGA and various start-up companies.

Fastighets AB Balder Year-end report 2016

· Profit from property management before tax attributable to parent company shareholders amounted to SEK 2,265m (1,780), corresponding to an increase per ordinary share by 22% to SEK 11.89 (9.71) · Rental income amounted to SEK 5,373m (2,711) · Profit after tax attributable to parent company shareholders amounted to SEK 5,474m (4,916), corresponding to SEK 30.38 per ordinary share (28.98) · Net asset value amounted to SEK 198.49 per ordinary share (159.14) and shareholders´equity (including listed associated companies at market value) amounted to SEK 157.63 per ordinary share (128.03). Profit from property management for the year amounted to SEK 2,653m (1,780). Profit from property management attributable to parent comapny shareholders increased by 27% and amounted to SEK 2,265m (1,780), which corresponds to an increase per ordinary share by 22% to SEK 11.89 (9.71). Profit from property management includes SEK 419m (457) in respect of associated companies. Net profit after tax for the year amounted to SEK 6,093m (4,916). Net profit after tax for the period attributable to parent company shareholders amounted to SEK 5,474m (4,916) corresponding to SEK 30.38 per ordinary share (28.98). Profit before tax was affected by changes in value in respect of properties of SEK 4,932m (3,388), changes in value of interest rate derivatives of SEK -114m (227) and profit from participations in associated companies of SEK 590m (831).  CalendarAnnual report 2016  week 14, 2017 Annual General Meeting  11 May 2017 Interim report January-March 2017  11 May 2017 Interim report January-June 2017  22 August 2017 Interim report January-September 2017      2 November 2017 Year-end report 2017  22 February 2018  For further information, please contact:CEO Erik Selin, tel. +46 706 074 790 orDirector of Economy Magnus Björndahl, +46 735 58 29 29Enclosure: Year-end report 2016This information is information that Fastighets AB Balder (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 14.00 CET on February 22, 2017. Fastighets AB Balder (publ)PO Box 53121, 400 15 GothenburgTel: +46 31 10 95 70Corporate Identity No. 556525-6905, Registered office Gothenburgwww.balder.seFastighets AB Balder is a listed property company which shall meet the needs of different customer groups for premises and housing based on local support. Balder's real estate portfolio had a value of SEK 86.2 billion (68.5) as of 31 December 2016. The Balder share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Large Cap.

Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress Expands Globally With a $100 Million Commitment to Prepare 500,000 Young People for Today’s Job Market

The expansion also includes a commitment to have 10,000 Citi employees volunteer to serve as mentors, coaches and role models to young people and support their career progress. Pathways to Progress aims to help reduce youth unemployment in key cities around the world and improve the quality of the youth workforce.  Globally, the youth unemployment rate is three times higher than the adult unemployment rate[1] (http://file///I:/Anneli%20Sundstr%C3%B6m/Citi/Pressmeddelanden/Pathways%20Local%20Press%20Release%20Template%20(FINAL).docx#_ftn1), which reflects a gap in the skills and networks many young people currently possess and what is required by many employers or needed to successfully launch an income-generating business. “The playing field isn’t level for all young people and Citi wants to help change that,” said Citi CEO Michael Corbat.  “Mentors, internships and exposure to a variety of career opportunities help young people get a foot in the door and provide the foundation they need to thrive in their careers – those are the things Pathways to Progress helps provide to those who might not have access to them otherwise. Young people consistently say they want to pursue careers that allow them to contribute to important societal issues, and I firmly believe that matching that ambition with the skills provided through Pathways will benefit all of us when they enter the workforce.” Global Expansion of Pathways to Progress Through the expansion of Pathways to Progress, Citi and the Citi Foundation continue to work with municipal and community leaders to help young people secure jobs, begin to engage in the formal economy, and contribute positively to their cities. $50 million will be invested in the U.S. and $50 million will be invested internationally, with a target of to reach 500,000 young people globally. Select programming includes: · Expanding Youth Business International’s efforts to provide more than 5,000 young aspiring entrepreneurs across European cities such as Sweden, Paris, Milan and Madrid with entrepreneurship training, access to capital, mentoring and other business development services · Continuing our 30 year partnership with JA Europe across 19 European countries including Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Sweden, to impact another 48 000 young people this school year through the JA Company Programme and the Entrepreneurial Skills Pass · Partnering with Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund and mayors across eight U.S. cities to create summer job and financial empowerment opportunities for more than 2,400 young people this year; · Working with TechnoServe to establish a College Career Center in Mumbai that provides job skills training, career counselling and placement support to more than 1,200 young people transitioning from college to work Global Youth Survey 2017: Economic Prospects & Expectations In conjunction with the expanded Pathways to Progress investment, the Citi Foundation is also releasing the results of a survey (http://www.citifoundation.com/citi/foundation/programs/pathways-to-progress.htm) of young people that will help inform the focus of its programs and partnerships.  The study, conducted by Ipsos, found that despite political, economic, and social upheaval, young people around the world are optimistic about their career prospects, but face the reality of limited skills and opportunities. Key survey findings include: · Despite uncertainty and change across the globe, 70% of young people are optimistic about their career prospects. Optimism is even higher in cities across developing markets and the fact remains that worldwide 71 million young people are looking for work.[2] (http://file///I:/Anneli%20Sundstr%C3%B6m/Citi/Pressmeddelanden/Pathways%20Local%20Press%20Release%20Template%20(FINAL).docx#_ftn2) · More often than not, there is a mismatch in the jobs youth have and what they want to do. Globally, 55% of employed young people are currently working in an industry that they don’t aspire to work in. · 78% of young people believe internships/apprenticeships are critical for success; however 60% say there aren’t enough of these opportunities. · Three out of four young people are willing to work long hours and take risks to achieve their career aspirations. · Youth have the entrepreneurial spirit but are not starting businesses. Nearly 70% of young people surveyed aspire to be entrepreneurs, yet only 6% are actual entrepreneurs at present. The global youth survey polled more than 7,000 young people ages 18-24 in 45 cities across 32 countries on all the continents except Antarctica between November 2016 and January 2017. “Youth labor markets are evolving rapidly, so are the aspirations and optimism of young women and men who are entering the labor market every day and are confronted by unemployment and/or low quality jobs”, said Azita Berar Awad, Director of the Employment Policy Department at the International Labour Organization. “Channeling the voices of youth from cities across the world, the Citi Foundation’s Global Youth Survey 2017 offers important insights on youth’s perceptions, calling for improved and coordinated action, because, when young people have decent work, everyone benefits, and our future is more prosperous.” For more information about Pathways to Progress and the study visit www.citifountion.com Follow @Citi on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, and use the hashtag #Pathways2Progress to view more insights from the research and join the discussion with those interested in youth empowerment. Citi Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management. Additional information may be found at www.citigroup.com | Twitter: @Citi (http://www.twitter.com/citi) | YouTube: www.youtube.com/citi | Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com | Facebook: www.facebook.com/citi | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/citi. Citi Foundation The Citi Foundation works to promote economic progress and improve the lives of people in low-income communities around the world. We invest in efforts that increase financial inclusion, catalyze job opportunities for youth, and reimagine approaches to building economically vibrant cities. The Citi Foundation's “More than Philanthropy” approach leverages the enormous expertise of Citi and its people to fulfill our mission and drive thought leadership and innovation. For more information, visit www.citifoundation.com. Contact Citi Nordic Region Anneli Sundström, Communications Director, Nordic region Citi, anneli.sundstrom@citi.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------- [1] (http://file///I:/Anneli%20Sundstr%C3%B6m/Citi/Pressmeddelanden/Pathways%20Local%20Press%20Release%20Template%20(FINAL).docx#_ftnref1) http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---dcomm/---publ/documents/publication/wcms_337070.pdf [2] (http://file///I:/Anneli%20Sundstr%C3%B6m/Citi/Pressmeddelanden/Pathways%20Local%20Press%20Release%20Template%20(FINAL).docx#_ftnref2) http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---dcomm/---publ/documents/publication/wcms_513739.pdf

Canadian State Visit to ESS

Today's visit was also the King's first to the ESS construction site in northeast Lund. From the site office's viewing deck, the King, the Governor General and the Swedish and Canadian delegates could get an overview of the construction site, where the world leading materials research facility is beginning to take shape. The facility's unprecedented capabilities within neutron scattering will enable unique research possibilities and contribute to future big discoveries in for example life science, transport, alimentation and energy. Canada's Governor General was pleased to see the site and talked about how Canada and Sweden can further enhance their collaboration in innovation: “I was delighted to visit the construction site of the European Spallation Source and to learn more about this impressive facility,” the Governor General said. “The complexity of this important research project means we have much to gain from working together. I look forward to the results of continued collaboration between Canadian and Swedish innovators and researchers.” The large delegations from Canada and Sweden attending the ESS visit included representatives of the Canadian and Swedish governments, industry and academia. "Canada is an important collaboration partner for Sweden and we hope through this state visit to increase our collaboration within research and innovation," said Helene Hellmark Knutsson, Swedish Minister for Higher Education and Research. "As host country for ESS, Sweden welcomes international partners in this global research infrastructure project." During the visit possible research collaborations between Canada and Sweden were discussed at a round table, where the significance of research facilities such as ESS and the neighbouring synchrotron facility MAX IV for research in areas such as life science, clean tech and information and communications technology was highlighted. Arthur B. McDonald, Professor Emeritus at Queen’s University and 2015 Physics Nobel Laureate, was one of the Canadian delegates who took part in the discussion, as did Lena Ek, Swedish Government's Special Envoy for ESS. Canada's and Sweden's overlapping research priorities, strong support for R&D and legacy of innovation were particularly noted at the round table. “Both Sweden and Canada recognise the importance of sustained investment in the research infrastructures that are needed if we are to make progress on the key cross-cutting challenges of the 21st century, such as energy, materials, and healthcare," said John Womersley, ESS Director General, who led the round table discussion. "ESS is an excellent example of such an investment and we hope that it can help to foster a deeper collaborative relationship between Swedish and Canadian scientists in the coming decade.” In connection to the visit to ESS, a Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation between the two synchrotron facilities MAXIV and Canadian Light Source was also signed.

CancerLinQ Partners with Premier Radiation Oncology Society

CancerLinQ LLC and the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) are partnering to bring radiation oncology expertise to CancerLinQ and improve the care of cancer patients nationwide. ASTRO will provide guidance for the development of the CancerLinQ platform to ensure that the system captures more relevant patient data to drive actionable decision-making in cancer care, as well as to advance public policy and population health issues. ASTRO also will use insights from CancerLinQ Discovery™ to improve the care of patients receiving radiation therapy. Between half and two-thirds of all cancer patients receive radiation therapy, also known as radiotherapy, to cure cancer, control its spread and relieve symptoms such as pain. At present, however, important details about radiation dose and treatment schedule are often absent from the electronic health record systems used in many oncology practices. Through the partnership, experts will develop specialized indicators for radiation-related treatment outcomes and quality that can be incorporated into the CancerLinQ platform. Inclusion of these metrics will provide a much more complete and accurate characterization of the cancer care that patients are receiving, particularly for the many situations where radiation and chemotherapy are combined. “The addition of the nation’s radiation oncologists is essential to ensuring CancerLinQ’s capacity to improve patient care and can help both organizations achieve outcomes that are larger and more impactful than what either one could have achieved alone,” said Kevin Fitzpatrick, Chief Executive Officer of CancerLinQ LLC. “With ASTRO, we are bringing the expertise of the nation’s leading physicians who specialize in treating more than one million patients each year with radiation therapy.” The partnership reflects CancerLinQ’s goal to create a system that encompasses all of cancer care by bringing together expertise from throughout the cancer community, as well as ASTRO’s mission to improve patient outcomes through research and education. “With the number of cancer patients rising each year, collaboration across the spectrum of cancer care has to be our reality rather than our goal,” said Laura Thevenot, Chief Executive Officer of ASTRO. “By combining ASTRO’s domain-specific knowledge with CancerLinQ’s broad reach, we can help physicians and their patients be more informed as they navigate complex treatment decisions.” As an official partnering organization of CancerLinQ, ASTRO will support professional member participation in the program, advocate for streamlined data integration between leading oncology electronic health systems, and strengthen CancerLinQ’s role as a go-to resource for the healthcare community. ASTRO will have access to CancerLinQ Discovery, which generates specially curated sets of de-identified clinical data from the CancerLinQ platform for oncologists, researchers and analysts to create new clinical knowledge and improve patient outcomes. In addition, ASTRO will become a founding member of the CancerLinQ Oncology Leadership Council, a body of thought leaders and oncology-affiliated experts that advises the CancerLinQ Board of Governors. CancerLinQ is a powerful database—created by oncologists for oncologists—made up of vast amounts of usable, searchable, real-world cancer information. This big data initiative will allow users to see trends among millions of patients by analyzing cancer patient medical records, uncovering patterns that can improve patient care, and enabling doctors to compare their care against that of their peers and recommended guidelines. In addition to the radiation oncologists, CancerLinQ LLC—a wholly owned nonprofit subsidiary of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)—is forging important strategic alliances with national leaders and organizations that play important roles across the entire care continuum that support high-quality care for patients, including professionals representing the entirety of the care team, government agencies, academic research institutions, life sciences, technology experts and advocacy organizations. CancerLinQ is supported in part through the Conquer Cancer Foundation (https://www.conquercancerfoundation.org/), whose generous donors have helped make the system possible. Major supporters include Amgen; Astellas; AstraZeneca; Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Inc.; Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Cancer Treatment Centers of America®; Chan Soon-Shiong Family Foundation; Genentech BioOncology™; HELSINN; Janssen Oncology; Lilly; Raj Mantena, RPh; Novartis Oncology; Pfizer Oncology; Thomas G. Roberts, Jr., MD, and Susan M. DaSilva; and Susan G. Komen®. CancerLinQ® and CancerLinQ Discovery™ are projects of CancerLinQ LLC. For more information on how to participate or partner with CancerLinQ, please visit CancerLinQ.org (http://www.cancerlinq.org/).

Placing of shares in Bravida Holding AB (publ)

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TOMRA:  4TH QUARTER 2016 RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT

Q4: Another Solid Quarter Revenues in the fourth quarter 2016 amounted to 1,766 MNOK compared to 1,816 MNOK in fourth quarter last year. Currency adjusted revenues were down 7% in TOMRA Collection Solutions and up 11% in TOMRA Sorting Solutions.   Gross margin was 42% in the quarter, up from 41% same period last year, with slightly improved margins in both Collection Solutions and Sorting Solutions.   EBITA was 316 MNOK in fourth quarter 2016 versus 347 MNOK in the fourth quarter 2015. Cash flow from operations in fourth quarter 2016 equaled 390 MNOK, up from 343 MNOK in fourth quarter 2015, positively influenced by prepayments from customers. Collection Solutions: Continued High Activity Level due to Replacement Revenues in the business area equaled 1,028 MNOK in the fourth quarter, down from 1,139 MNOK in fourth quarter last year. After adjustment for currency changes, revenues were down 7%.  Gross margin was 39%, slightly up from same period last year, positively influenced by product mix. EBITA was 198 MNOK, down from 242 MNOK last year, due to lower sales and increased operating expenses. “It has been another quarter with high activity”, says Stefan Ranstrand, TOMRA President and CEO. “The replacement demand in Germany and Sweden is driving the topline, but Lithuania has also contributed to the good sales in the quarter. We believe that the replacement demand will continue into 2017 for Germany, but as the new requirements are put into play from 1st of January the replacement in Sweden is coming to an end," Ranstrand comments. Sorting Solutions: Confirming our Leading Position within Food Sorting Revenues equaled 738 MNOK in fourth quarter 2016, up 11% in local currencies.  Gross margin was 46%, slightly up from same period last year, positively influenced by product mix. Operating expenses were up 6%. EBITA increased from 115 MNOK in fourth quarter 2015 to 134 MNOK in fourth quarter 2016. “Food continues to perform well and we saw an increased order intake this quarter compared to same quarter last year. Despite challenging market conditions for our Recycling segment the order intake in the segment was up year on year. Simultaneously, the same challenging market conditions is still the reason for continued depressed sales in our Mining segment”, Ranstrand comments. Asker, 23 February 2017 TOMRA Systems ASA For questions, please contact: Espen Gundersen, Deputy CEO/CFO:   Phone: +47 97 68 73 01 Webcast link: http://presenter.qbrick.com/?pguid=54feae90-dcce-4cc2-b98d-9df6231c6f43 We will open up for Q&A after the presentation and the recorded webcast will be made available on ourwebpage www.tomra.com after broadcast is concluded.

Scandic’s year-end report 2016 – A strong finish to a successful year

Fourth quarter 2016 in summary · RevPAR LFL grew by 5.2%, driven by higher occupancy and increased average room rates. · Net sales rose by 12.3% to 3,463 MSEK (3,085) due to higher RevPAR, more rooms in operation and positive currency effects. · Adjusted EBITDA grew by 38% to 457 MSEK (332) corresponding to a margin of 13.2% (10.8). January – December 2016 in summary · RevPAR LFL increased by 6.3% driven by higher occupancy and increased average room rates. · Net sales rose by 7.3% to 13,082 MSEK (12,192) mainly due to increased RevPAR and more rooms in operation. · Adjusted EBITDA went up by 21% to 1,513 MSEK (1,246) corresponding to a margin of 11.6% (10.2). · The Board of Directors proposes an ordinary dividend of 3.15 SEK per share. CEO’s comments in summaryScandic ended the year with a strong fourth quarter and we exceeded our financial targets for 2016. During the quarter, we saw continued sales growth and margin improvement. Demand was generally positive in the Nordic markets and we continued to strengthen our market positions.During the year, Scandic implemented a series of major investments in its commercial platform including enhancing our marketing organization. We also worked actively on our hotel portfolio and saw positive development at the five hotels we opened during the year. Following the agreements we announced at the beginning of 2017, we now have a record 17 hotels and more than 5,000 rooms in the pipeline. Scandic is well equipped for 2017. We have a strong balance sheet that provides good opportunities for further expansion in the Nordic countries and selectively in the German market. Frank FiskersPresident & CEO  Report presentation, February 23, 2017 at 9:00 CET A presentation of the report will take place at 9:00 CET today, February 23. Scandic’s President & CEO Frank Fiskers will present the report together with CFO Jan Johansson in a webcast and phone conference. To participate in the phone conference, dial +46 8 5664 2694 or +44 20 3008 9806. Please call in five minutes before the start. The presentation will be held in English. The webcast will be available at www.scandichotelsgroup.com as well as the year-end report and presentation slides.  Scandic Hotels Group (publ) is required to publish this information in accordance with the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication February 23, 2017 at 07:30 CET.  More information, please contact:Henrik Vikström, Director Investor RelationsEmail: henrik.vikstrom@scandichotels.comPhone: +46 (0)76 109 05 47www.scandichotelsgroup.com  About ScandicScandic is the largest hotel company in the Nordic region with 14,400 team members and a network of close to 230 hotels with about 44,000 hotel rooms in operation and under development. Scandic Friends is the biggest loyalty program in the Nordic hotel sector with 1.9 million members. Corporate responsibility has always been a part of Scandic’s DNA and Scandic has been named Best Hotel Brand in the Nordic countries (BDRC). Since December 2, 2015, Scandic has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. www.scandichotelsgroup.com

Full Year report January - December 2016

October - December 2016 · Net sales amounted to SEK 1 333 million (863), an increase of 54% · EBITDA increased by 108% and amounted to SEK 229 million (110) giving an EBITDA margin of 17.2% (12.7) · Operating profit (EBIT) amounted to SEK 121 million (48) · Profit after tax amounted to SEK 76 million (26), giving a net margin of 5.7% (3.0) · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 1.09 (0.56), after dilution 1.09 (0.56) January – December 2016 · Net sales amounted to SEK 4 678 million (3 389), an increase of 38% · EBITDA increased by 47% and amounted to SEK 749 million (510) giving an EBITDA margin of 16.0% (15.0) · Operating profit (EBIT) amounted to SEK 384 million (274) · Profit after tax amounted to SEK 196 million (215), giving a net margin of 4.2% (6.3). Last year included a financial investment capital gain of SEK 46.6 million · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 3.32 (4.72), after dilution 3.32 (4.72) · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 342 million (429) · Net debt to EBITDA was 2.5 (2.3) · Net debt to Equity was 0.4 (0.4) · Proposed share dividend is SEK [1.50] (1.50) per share Key figures    Oct - Dec    change    Jan - Dec    changeSEK million 2016 2015 in % 2016 2015 in %Net sales 1 333 863 54.4 4 678 3 389 38.0Net sales (CER) 1/ 1 305 51.2 4 657 37.4EBITDA 1/ 229 110 108.3 749 510 47.0EBIT 1/ 121 48 150.5 384 274 40.1EBITDA margin (%) 1/ 17.2 12.7 16.0 15.0Earnings per share 1.09 0.56 3.32 4.72Return on equity (%) 1/ 5.0 8.8Equity per share (SEK) 1/ 70.9 59.2Equity ratio (%) 1/ 52.4 48.1Net debt 1/ 1 894 1 183Net debt to Equity 1/ 0.4 0.4Net debt to EBITDA 1/ 2.5 2.3 1/ APM: Alternative Performance Measures, see financial definitions after note 6 Thomas Eldered, CEO: “The fourth quarter marks the end of a transaction intensive year for Recipharm. With an increase in net sales of 54 percent we recorded all time high sales for a quarter.  Excluding acquisitions sales was still the highest ever for a fourth quarter with an increase of 16 percent, driven by the Sterile Liquids segment. EBITDA was SEK 229 million, an increase of 108 percent. Excluding acquisitions the increase was 42 percent.  Our EBITDA-margin was 17.2 percent, highest fourth quarter ever, which contributed to the full year EBITDA-margin of 16 percent, in line with our overall objectives. Our Sterile Liquids segment delivered a stable EBITDA-margin of 22.7 percent. We continued to see high capacity utilization with customer demand supporting on-going capacity expansion projects in lyophilisation and blow-fill-seal technologies. In addition to the 87 percent growth from 2016 acquisitions we recorded sales growth of 59 percent from increased demand and new products, partly from sales under the new contract in Kaysersberg. Our Solids and Others segment delivered a significantly improved EBITDA-margin of 15.2 percent driven by acquisitions, effects from the cost and improvement programme in Swedish operations and lower non-recurring costs. Market conditions continue to be competitive and sales excluding acquisitions decreased by 3 percent, partly driven by discontinuation of less profitable projects. Our Development & Technology segment delivered a lower EBITDA-margin of 17.6 percent, negatively affected by acquisitions. Sales, excluding acquisitions and currency translation effects decreased by 6 percent. Conditions in the Portuguese and UK market for our own product rights continue to be challenging, but the development in the market is stabilizing. Our cash flow from operating activities continued to be strong at SEK 83 million in the fourth quarter. Net debt was stable and amounted to SEK 1 894 million in the fourth quarter and the net debt/equity ratio remained at 0.4, well in line with our target of less than 0.8. During the quarter, we have worked with integration into the Recipharm group of recent acquisitions in Sweden, Italy, the US and India and I am pleased to say that this is progressing well and according to plan. We recently completed our second Indian acquisition and I am excited about the further strategic opportunities this brings. We have announced further strategic investments in development capabilities in Sweden and Italy, strengthened our commercial organisation with new appointments in Europe and the US and continued to build on our position as a front-runner in serialization capability. During 2017 we will explore the many opportunities we see from our global organisation, start supply from the first of our major capacity expansion investments and begin to supply serialized products to the US market. We will continue to build powerful, long lasting partnerships with strategically important customers, in addition to executing on accretive acquisition opportunities. We are well on track to reach our long-term financial targets and overall objectives.” The complete Full Year report is attached through the link at the end of the press release. The company invites investors, analysts and media to a web conference (in English) on 23 February at 10:00 am CET, where CEO Thomas Eldered and CFO Björn Westberg will present and comment on the report as well as answer questions.   To participate in the web conference, please use the below link:http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/tedkct3q  Questions may be submitted by dialing below telephone numbers or by typing them in the Q&A box during the conference. If you don’t wish to ask questions by telephone you only need to participate through the link above. From Sweden: + 46 8 505 963 06From Denmark: + 45 3 5445 597From Finland: + 358 9 8171 0317From Norway: + 47 235 00 559From the UK: + 44 203 139 48 30From Germany: +49 30 221 510 067From Switzerland: +41 44 580 00 83From France: + 33 29092 0977From Spain: +34 911 143 608From Portugal: +35 2 106 091 04From India: +91 2261 875 103From Italy: +39 2 3604 67 98From Israel: +972 3720 86 77From the USA: +1 718 873 90 77 Pin code for participants:48461754#  For more information, please visit www.recipharm.com or contact:Thomas Eldered, CEO, +46 8 602 52 10Björn Westberg, CFO, ir@recipharm.com, +46 8 602 46 20 This information is published in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act, the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act and/or the regulations of NASDAQ Stockholm. This information was submitted for publication on 23 February 2017 at 07:45 am CET.   About RecipharmRecipharm is a leading Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation (CDMO) in the pharmaceutical industry employing around 5 000 employees. Recipharm offers manufacturing services of pharmaceuticals in various dosage forms, production of clinical trial material and APIs, and pharmaceutical product development. Recipharm manufactures several hundred different products to customers ranging from big pharma to smaller research and development companies. Recipharm’s turnover is approximately SEK 5.0 billion and the Company operates development and manufacturing facilities in France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the UK and the US and is headquartered in Stockholm, 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 

myFC shows the world’s thinnest fuel cell LAMINA™ Thin Film at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

In addition to LAMINA™ Thin Film and its possible applications, myFC will also showcase the JAQ technology and associated fuel. myFC recently signed an agreement with the Chinese mobile phone distributor Telling for the fuel cell charger, JAQ. - LAMINA™ is a result of our focus on integrated fuel cells. JAQ technology has made it possible to build this record breaking thin cell with significantly higher performance in a far smaller volume, says Björn Westerholm, CEO of myFC. LAMINA™ Thin Film is so thin that it can be flush-mounted, meaning it can be built entirely into, for example, a smartphone chassis. During the fair, myFC will showcase several integrated mobile phones and a case, and demonstrate future applications. myFC's business model for integrated fuel cells will preferably be based on licensing. myFC can be found in the Swedish Pavilion in Hall 7. The company is also participating in the press event, Showstoppers, which takes place on Sunday, February 26, the day before the fair begins. The press conference, held at the University of Barcelona (Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes) aims to bring together companies with journalists who want to discover new innovations in consumer electronics. For more information, please contact: myFC Press Office Email: press@myfc.sePhone: +46 (0) 738 09 33 83  This information is information that myFC is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:55 CET on 23 of February 2017.  

Internationella Engelska Skolan - Interim Report (1 July - 31 December 2016)

Progress of operations in quarter 2 (October-December)  · Total operating income was up by 15.6% on the corresponding quarter of the previous year, mainly due to increased student numbers, and central government subsidies for the Lärarlönelyftet (teacher salary boost) and Läxhjälp (homework support) programs, and amounted to MSEK 544.4 (471.0) · The number of students in the Swedish operation at the end of the autumn term was 21,407 (19,795) · There were around 133,000 registrations on waiting lists at the end of the quarter, an increase of some 11,000 registrations, (9%) compared to 30 September 2016 · Operating profit (EBIT) for the period increased by 22.4% on the corresponding quarter of the previous year, amounting to MSEK 55.2 (45.1). Accordingly, the operating margin was 10.1% (9.6%) · Profit for the quarter was MSEK 42.6 (34.2) · Earnings per share were SEK 1.06 (0.85) · Cash flow from operating activities amounted to MSEK 114.5 (72.3) · The acquisition of 50% of the shares of three Spanish school operators, which together form Grupo Educativo Elians, was completed on 9 November, for a purchase price of MEUR 5. These three schools have sales of MEUR 12.4, and approximately 1,600 students Financial performance in the period (July-December)  · Total operating income increased by 13.8% on the corresponding period of the previous year, amounting to MSEK 958.7 (842.8) · Operating profit (EBIT) adjusted for items affecting comparability for the period increased by 19.3% on the corresponding period of the previous year, to MSEK 91.2 (76.5). The adjusted operating margin was 9.5% (9.1%) · Profit for the period was MSEK 65.6 (57.3) · Earnings per share were SEK 1.64 (1.43) · Cash flow from operating activities amounted to MSEK 202.3 (119.7)  CEO’s statement In the second quarter, we measured IES’s contribution to raise student performance for three years of senior school for the first time. This measure was obtained by comparing results in national tests in 2016 (grade 9) against 2013 (grade 6). IES’s contribution in grades 6-9, what we term the “school effect”, are demonstrably significant and above the national average—regardless of the student body’s socioeconomic background. IES does not select its students, its schools are mainly located in “low status” areas, and the share of students with a foreign background is above the Swedish average. Thus our measurements of school effect shows that the same students improve more in IES schools compared to municipal schools. This demonstrates that learning, competence, culture and leadership, as well as other soft factors, determine the outcomes of education—rather than teacher density, type of ownership or other frequently cited features in the debate. In the quarter, we completed our Spanish acquisition. Our collaboration has got off to a great start, and in January, we located our yearly principals’ conference in our Spanish schools, to create a dialogue and an international outlook. In the coming half-year, our focus in Spain will be on enhancing quality systems and financial controls. In autumn 2017, we expect to continue our acquisition-based growth in Spain. Strong results—uncertain futureIn the quarter, IES’s growth and profitability were consistent with our estimates. Total operating income increased year on year, by 15.6% to MSEK 544.4. Total revenues per student increased by 6.9%. Revenues include MSEK 5.5 of central government subsidies for Läxhjälp (homework support) and MSEK 15.1 of central government subsidies for Lärarlönelyftet (teacher salary boost). Excluding both these subsidies, total revenue per student was up by 3.0%. Operating profit (EBIT) increased by 22.4% to MSEK 55.2, equating to an operating margin of 10.1%. Our earnings are strong. But we also view developments with some concern, both in terms of central government decisions that affect us, as well as regarding municipal compensation in relation to teacher wage creepage. In the autumn, we perceived a significant risk that VAT reimbursement for privately delivered welfare services would be cut from 6 to 5%. We note that no amendment was implemented. However, there is still some concern that a proposal will be forthcoming. In the calendar year 2016, IES was granted additional funding for homework support corresponding to some MSEK 18. It is uncertain whether this central government subsidy will have the same structure in 2017. The single biggest challenge is the shortage of teachers, and rising salaries that are not being compensated through increased school vouchers. The increase of school vouchers for the calendar year 2017 is down by some 0.5 percentage points on the previous year. This equates to some MSEK 10 in the current operation. This, and the fact that teacher wage creepage is still high, creates some increased pressure on the profitability of our operations. We look to compensate for this through increased efficiencies within non-staff related expenses, as a result the cost per student for premises and administration in the first half-year, adjusted for items affecting comparability, remain in line with the previous year. When we plan and execute efficiency measures, we are careful to avoid them adversely affecting the education quality we deliver for our students. Municipal compensation per student includes compensation corresponding to the municipal cost of premises for school operations. In this context, we are concerned that certain municipalities have started not to recognize the true cost for their premises, by taking away return requirements on their school properties. This in turn, reduces the voucher increase. This is problematic, because a lot of new school builds will be required in future. For example, Stockholm needs to build 40 new schools. We are contributing to reducing municipal investment needs through our close partnerships with real estate companies. Not revealing the true cost to taxpayers, as some municipalities are now doing, we believe is directly counterproductive. High number of new start-upsWe completed the appointment of principals for our new schools in Årsta, Landskrona, Södertälje and Helsingborg in the quarter, which will open in autumn 2017. We also started introducing principals, including planning for recruitment and enrolment in our new schools. Based on the high interest we see for our schools, we feel confident that the number of classes and students will reach satisfactory levels. We previously reported that in 2018, IES will open schools in Sundbyberg and Huddinge (Länna). After the end of the quarter, we filed five applications with the Swedish Inspectorate of Schools to establish and conduct preschool and compulsory school operations, F-9, in Huddinge (Länna), with scheduled start in 2018, as well as Österåker, Östersund, Skellefteå and the Municipality of Ekerö, with earliest scheduled starts in 2019. We are also filing an application to expand our current compulsory school operation with F-3 at Halmstad and Huddinge (Flemingsberg), with earliest scheduled start in 2019. We also have eight permits for new schools that we have not yet used. We have permits for Malmö, Stockholm (Mariehäll), Stockholm (Spånga) and Sollentuna, for F-9, and Haninge, Karlskrona, Luleå and Växjö, for 4-9. In addition we have approved permits to extend the year levels for our existing schools in Borås and Linköping, for F-3, Järfälla, for 4-5 and Sundsvall, where an expansion of the school building is in progress, for year 3. Scheduled inspectionsThe Swedish Schools Inspectorate scheduled inspections of IES have commenced, and will continue from February to May. All our school units will be inspected. We are well prepared for this, but assume that such extensive scrutiny will result in a number of observations by the Inspectorate. This is a natural part of the Swedish regulatory system, which inspects for non-compliance. Accordingly, these inspections will not result in any comprehensive statement of opinion on the quality of our operations. An assault on free enterpriseThe Reepalu Inquiry has attracted major media attention in Sweden. This Inquiry is an attempt to crudely demolish freedom of choice and initiative, and prevent enterprise, all disguised as an earnings cap. IES was founded on the idea of enriching and increasing educational diversity, and is founded on the philosophy of a calm and safe working environment where students can focus on learning and teachers can teach. We provide a multicultural environment, with a high proportion of students with foreign backgrounds, where we ensure that everyone can realize their potential. Up to half of our education is conducted in English; our students learn to command the English language, the key to the world. Some 700 teachers have been hired from other countries, to educate students in our schools in subjects where it is difficult to find qualified teachers in Sweden, such as mathematics and science. This is a significant contribution to the supply of teachers, in a situation of severe teacher shortage in Sweden. These ideas have borne fruit since our inception 24 years ago, thanks to one woman who resigned from her job, and created something without any capital to make a real difference, which has now become Sweden’s fourth-largest and most successful compulsory schools operator. By becoming a genuine alternative, our achievements include helping break down the negative effects of the prevailing housing segregation on schools in Sweden. Daily support and help with homework is provided in all our schools. We also offer our students the possibility of comparing their capabilities with other schools around the world, through our collaboration with Cambridge. The Reepalu proposal intends to throw this away by creating confusion, uncertainty, eradicating diversity and freedom of choice, while eliminating and diminishing entrepreneurship and personal commitment. A school for everyoneWe at IES continue our work to provide one of the best schools in Sweden, taking a very long-term perspective. We put great emphasis on identifying, hiring, retaining and developing skilled leaders, teachers, and other staff. We are here to ensure that IES remains a respected part of compulsory and upper secondary schooling, and that young people in Sweden get the opportunity to fulfill their potential, whatever their background. Ralph RiberCEO  For more information, please contact:Johan Hähnel, Investor Relations, tel. +46 (0)70 605 6334, Ralph Riber, CEO, tel. +46 (0)70 875 6689 or Fredrik Åkerman, CFO, tel. +46 (0)70 415 2365. Teleconference in connection with publication of the quarterly report:On Thursday 23 February at 10:00 a.m. CET, Ralph Riber, CEO and Fredrik Åkerman, CFO will hold a conference call for the publication of the quarterly report. The call will be held in English. To participate, please call the following number: 46 (0)8 505 96306 and enter the code: 59035777#. The presentation will be uploaded to IES’s website before the conference call, at: http://corporate.engelska.se/financial-information/reports-and-presentations.  Reporting scheduleInterim Report Q3 2016/17 – 18 May 2017Financial Statement 2016/17 – 23 August 2017 Internationella Engelska Skolan i Sverige Holdings II AB discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the EU’s Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the above contacts, on 23 February 2017 at 08:00 a.m. CET.

WULFF GROUP PLC’S ANNUAL ACCOUNTS JAN 1 – DEC 31, 2016: Net sales and comparable operating profit declined, dividend remains at the same level

WULFF GROUP: KEY POINTS JANUARY – DECEMBER 2016 · In 2016, net sales totalled EUR 59.3 million (EUR 68.8 million). Net sales decreased by -13.8 percent (-7.3 %). · In 2016, EBITDA was EUR 1.0 million (EUR 2.0 million). In 2016, EBITDA included a sale of company cars of EUR 0.2 million affecting the comparability. In 2015, EBITDA included write downs of inventories and fixed assets of EUR 0.2 million affecting the comparability. · In 2016, comparable EBITDA was EUR 0.8 million (EUR 2.2 million). · In 2016, the operating profit (EBIT) amounted to EUR 0.6 million (EUR 0.5 million). In 2016, EBIT included a sale of company cars of EUR 0.2 million affecting the comparability. In 2015, EBIT included write downs of EUR 1.0 million regarding goodwill impairment and inventory and fixed assets write downs affecting the comparability. · In 2016, the comparable operating profit (EBIT) amounted to EUR 0.4 million (EUR 1.5 million). · Earnings per share (EPS) was EUR 0.05 (EUR -0.03) in 2016. · Equity-to-assets ratio increased to 50.5 percent (31.12.2015: 46.4 %). · Group CEO Topi Ruuska’s employment ended on September 2016. Wulff Group Plc’s Board of Directors named CFO Elina Rahkonen as an interim CEO while the recruiting process of a permanent CEO is going on. · The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting to be held on April 6, 2017 that a dividend of EUR 0.10 per share will be paid.  · Wulff estimates the comparable operating profit to increase in 2017.  +----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+| |1-12/2016|1-12/2015|10-12/2016|10-12/2015|+----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+|Net sales, EUR million|59,3 |68,8 |15,8 |18,6 |+----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+|EBITDA, EUR million |1,0 |2,0 |0,3 |0,8 |+----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+|Comparable EBITDA, EUR|0,8 |2,2 |0,3 |0,8 ||million | | | | |+----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+|Operating profit |0,6 |0,5 |0,2 |0,5 ||(EBIT), EUR million | | | | |+----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+|Comparable operating |0,4 |1,5 |0,2 |0,7 ||profit (EBIT), EUR | | | | ||million | | | | |+----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+|EPS, EUR |0,05 |-0,03 |0,04 |0,08 |+----------------------+---------+---------+----------+----------+ WULFF GROUP’S CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Wulff Group’s Chairman of the Board of Directors: In a constantly changing operating environment, it is more and more important for companies to develop their operations in the desired direction rapidly reacting. At Wulff, we are ready for change, renewal, and reform. I believe that in the future we will be recognized for creating workplaces. We enable working in environments where companies and entrepreneurs operate. Already, people work a lot away from the traditional office environment. New working environments and mobile work offer Wulff a possibility to grow in a novel market. In 2016 we focused on our core business and ensuring its positive development in the future. The development of our net sales and profitability was however less successful than foreseen even though we managed to advance our business activities as planned. In 2017, we will focus on growing together. That means we will all strive to improve and grow personally and together as a company. And above all, it means growth and development by increasing our competitive advantage with our products and services to our customers. Brave renewal, hard work, developing our operations in cooperation with our customers and global economic recovery give us a solid starting point for a better result in 2017.  GROUP’S NET SALES AND RESULT PERFORMANCE In 2016 net sales totalled EUR 59.3 million (EUR 68.8 million). Net sales decreased by -13.8 percent (-7.3 %). The decrease in net sales without the effect of sold businesses was -11.5 percent. In the last quarter net sales totalled EUR 15.8 million (EUR 18.6 million) and decreased by -14.9 percent (-9.2 %). The last quarter’s net sales decrease was -13.7 percent without the effect of sold businesses. The good work in our customer interface and investments in our sales’ development have not yet shown as expected in the development of net sales. In Finland, the office supplies industry has begun to show signs of stimulation. In 2016, Wulff Group’s EBITDA was EUR 1.0 million (EUR 2.0 million) being 1.7 percent (2.9 %) of net sales. In 2016, EBITDA included a sale of company cars of EUR 0.2 million affecting the comparability. In 2015, EBITDA included write downs of inventories and fixed assets from business gifts business of EUR 0.2 million. In 2016, comparable EBITDA was EUR 0.8 million (EUR 2.2 million) being 1.4 percent (3.2 %) of net sales. In the fourth quarter, Wulff Group’s EBITDA was EUR 0.3 million (EUR 0.8 million) being 1.9 percent (4.3 %) of net sales. EBITDA did not include items affecting the comparability in 2016 and 2015.   In 2016, the operating profit (EBIT) amounted to EUR 0.6 (EUR 0.5 million) being 1.0 percent (0.7 %) of net sales. In 2016, EBIT included EUR 0.2 million of sale of company cars affecting the comparability. In 2015, EBIT included a write of goodwill, inventories and fixed assets of EUR 1.0 million affecting the comparability. In 2016, the comparable operating profit was EUR 0.4 million (EUR 1.5 million) being 0.7 percent (2.2 %) of net sales. The comparable operating profit declined by EUR 1.1 million, half of which was created during the first half year period and half in the second half year period 2016. The development of the comparable operating profit was affected by the drop in net sales and investments in new customer acquisition. The Group will continue to invest in sales development, new customer acquisition and improving the efficiency of the business. In the fourth quarter Wulff Group’s operating profit (EBIT) was EUR 0.2 million (EUR 0.5 million) being 1.3 percent (2.8 %) of net sales. The 2016 fourth quarter operating profit (EBIT) did not include items affecting the comparability. The 2015 fourth quarter operating profit included impairment of goodwill of EUR 0.1 million. In the fourth quarter the comparable operating profit (EBIT) was EUR 0.2 million (EUR 0.7 million) being 1.3 percent (3.6 %) of net sales. Typically in the industry and in the Group, the annual profit is made in the last quarter of the year. In 2016 Wulff Group’s employee benefit expenses amounted to EUR 12.6 million, being 21.2 percent of net sales, and in 2015 EUR 13.5 million, being 19.6 percent of net sales. Employee benefit expenses amounted to EUR 3.2 million in the fourth quarter 2016, being 20.1 percent of net sales, and EUR 3.6 million in the fourth quarter 2015, being 19.3 percent of net sales. Other operating expenses amounted to EUR 7.4 million in 2016, being 12.5 percent of net sales, and EUR 8.0 million in 2015, being 11.7 percent of net sales. Other operating expenses were EUR 1.9 million in fourth quarter 2016, being 12.1 percent of net sales, and EUR 2.1 million in the fourth quarter 2015, being 11.1 percent of net sales. Employee benefit and other operating expenses were affected by divesting unprofitable businesses and improving efficiency of the operations. In 2017, Wulff Group continues to examine its cost structure to improve its profitability as part of ongoing reforms. In 2016, the financial income and expenses totalled (net) EUR -0.2 million (EUR -0.2 million) including interest expenses of EUR 0.2 million (EUR 0.2 million) and mainly currency-related other financial items (net) EUR -0.0 million (EUR -0.0 million). In the fourth quarter the financial income and expenses totalled (net) EUR 0.0 million (EUR 0.0 million). In 2016, the result before taxes was EUR 0.4 million (EUR 0.4 million). In 2015 the net profit after taxes was EUR 0.3 million (EUR -0.2 million). The net profit after taxes was EUR 0.2 million (EUR 0.5 million) in the fourth quarter. Wulff Group’s earnings per share (EPS) was EUR 0.05 (EUR -0.03) in 2016. Earnings per share (EPS) was EUR 0.04 (EUR 0.08) in the fourth quarter. KEY FIGURES +-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+| |IV |IV |I-IV |I-IV |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|EUR 1000 |2016 |2015 |2016 |2015 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Net sales |15 |18 |59 |68 820 || |811 |585 |304 | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Change in net sales, % |-14,9|-9,2 |-13,8|-7,3 % || |% |% |% | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|EBITDA |308 |807 |998 |2 019 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|EBITDA margin, % |1,9 %|4,3 %|1,7 %|2,9 % |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Operating profit/loss |207 |521 |583 |505 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Operating profit/loss margin, % |1,3 %|2,8 %|1,0 %|0,7 % |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Profit/Loss before taxes |198 |558 |351 |354 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Profit/Loss   before taxes margin, % |1,3 %|3,0 %|0,6 %|0,5 % |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Net   profit/loss for the period |231 |520 |302 |-195 ||attributable to equity holders of the | | | | ||parent   company | | | | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Net   profit/loss for the period, % |1,5 %|2,8 %|0,5 %|-0,3 % |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Earnings   per share, EUR (diluted = non |0,04 |0,08 |0,05 |-0,03 ||-diluted) | | | | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Return on equity (ROE), % |1,8 %|4,3 %|2,5 %|-1,6 % |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Return on investment (ROI), % |1,6 %|3,4 %|2,9 %|2,7 % |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Equity-to-assets   ratio at the end of |50,5 |46,4 |50,5 |46,4 % ||period, % |% |% |% | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Debt-to-equity   ratio at the end of period|19,6 |23,8 |19,6 |23,8 % || |% |% |% | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Equity   per share at the end of period, |1,78 |1,84 |1,78 |1,84 ||EUR * | | | | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Net   cash flow from operating activities |1 730|1 965|679 |1 693 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Investments   in non-current assets |203 |3 |319 |161 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Investments   in non-current assets, % of |1,3 %|0,0 %|0,5 %|0,2 % ||net sales | | | | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Treasury   shares held by the Group at the |79 |79 |79 |79 000 ||end of period |000 |000 |000 | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Treasury   shares, % of total share capital|1,2 %|1,2 %|1,2 %|1,2 % ||and votes | | | | |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Number   of total issued shares at the end |6 607|6 607|6 607|6 607   628||of period |  628|  628|  628| |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Personnel   on average during the period |207 |229 |214 |233 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+|Personnel   at the end of period |203 |226 |203 |226 |+-------------------------------------------+-----+-----+-----+-----------+ * Equity attributable to the equity holders of the parent company / Number of shares excluding the acquired own shares RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES IN THE NEAR FUTURE The demand for office supplies is still affected by the organizations’ personnel lay-offs and cost-saving initiatives made during the economic downturn. The personnel lay-offs and cost-saving initiatives carried out in different organizations during the economic downturn affect the purchasing behaviour of our corporate customers. As economic uncertainty continues, the cost-saving measures continue to affect the purchasing behaviour of our corporate customers. The decreased amount of internationalization funding and the changes in the key for granting it by the Ministry of Employment and The Economy affect the companies’ chances to attend international fairs.  Half of the Group’s net sales come from other than euro-currency countries. Fluctuation of the currencies affect the Group’s net result, however the effect of the fluctuation is expected to be moderate.  EVENTS AFTER THE FINANCIAL YEAR After the end of the financial year on 31.1.2017, the Group decided on a financial arrangement that will see the available limit rise from 4.1 million euros to 4.6 million euros and repayments of long-term debts decrease from 0.9 million euros to 0.5 million euros as the loan period increases in 2017. The aforementioned agreement was signed and is binding in February 2017. The Group has not had any other events after the financial year which would have a material impact on 2016 financial statements. BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ PROPOSAL FOR THE ANNUAL RESULT     The Group’s parent company Wulff Group Plc’s distributable funds totalled EUR 2.6 million. The Group’s net result attributable to the parent company shareholders was EUR 0.3 million, i.e. EUR 0.05 per share (EUR -0.03 per share). The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting to be held on April 6th, 2017 that a dividend of EUR 0.10 per share will be paid for the financial year 2016 that is EUR 0.65 million and the remaining distributable funds will be transferred in retained earnings in the shareholders’ equity. MARKET SITUATION AND FUTURE OUTLOOK Wulff is the most significant Nordic player in its field. Wulff’s mission is to help its corporate customers to succeed in their own business by providing them with leading-edge products and services in a way best suited to them. The Group is prepared to carry out new strategic acquisitions and as a listed company Wulff has a great opportunity to be a more active player than its competitors. The possible economic recovery will affect Wulff’s business positively. Wulff estimates the market situation to remain unchanged. Wulff’s goal is to continue to improve the profitability of its business operations. Wulff estimates the comparable operating profit for 2017 to increase. In the industry, it is typical that the result and cash flow are generated in the last quarter. WULFF GROUP PLC’S FINANCIAL REPORTING AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2017    Wulff Group Plc will release the following financial reports in 2017: Statutory Financial Statements 2016 Week 11/2017Interim Report, January-March 2017 Thursday May 4, 2017Interim Report, January-June 2017 Thursday August 3, 2017Interim Report, January-September 2017 Thursday November 2, 2017 Wulff Group Plc’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday April 6, 2017. A separate notice to the Annual General Meeting will be published prior to the meeting.  In Helsinki on February 22, 2017 WULFF GROUP PLC BOARD OF DIRECTORS Further information: Chairman of the Board of Directors Heikki Vienola tel. +358 9 5259 0050 or mobile: +358 50 65 110 e-mail: heikki.vienola@wulff.fi DISTRIBUTION NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Oy Key media www.wulff-group.com

Schizophrenia linked to mother’s low weight during pregnancy

Non-affective psychoses are a set of severe psychiatric disorders including schizophrenia and other related illnesses. They can occur within families and are partly explained by genetics. However, research has also shown that a person’s environment at crucial stages of development can also play a large role in risk for these diseases.The studies of historical food shortages during the ‘Dutch Hunger Winter’ (1944-45), and ‘The Great Leap Forward’ in China (1959-1961) were radical for psychiatry in linking early life environmental factors to psychiatric illness. Children who had been in the womb while their mothers were exposed to famine had twice the risk of developing schizophrenia and associated disorders as adults. Although famine would not account for the occurrence psychiatric diagnoses in well-fed populations, this demonstrated that environmental exposures during early life may influence brain development with repercussions extending into adulthood.In the current study, researchers at Karolinska Institutet looked at individuals born in Sweden from 1982 to 1989 who were followed to adulthood, capitalising on Sweden’s extensive nationwide health and population registers. The researchers used an anonymized dataset where all personal identifiers had been removed. Over 500,000 people were included in the study, of which nearly 3,000 would go on to develop non-affective psychoses as adults. To examine the nutrition of these individual’s mothers during pregnancy, the study focused on gestational weight gain, or the weight a woman gains over the course of her pregnancy. Healthy gestational weight gain is essential for safe pregnancies and for ensuring a child’s optimal development. Weight gain above and below medical guidelines has been shown to negatively impact children’s health in early life, increasing the risk physical illnesses and birth complications.   “Our results show that extremely low weight gain during pregnancy, less than 8 kilograms for normal-weight women, was associated with a 30 percent increased risk of offspring non-affective psychoses, compared to women who gained the recommended amount of weight for their body type,” says first author Euan Mackay, who presented the current study as a part of his thesis for Karolinska Institutet’s Master’s Programme in Global Health (http://ki.se/en/utbildning/3gb12-masters-programme-in-global-health%20). “The results were similar regardless of whether women had started pregnancy with larger or smaller body types, showing the importance of weight gain during pregnancy.”  As weight gain is partly influenced by genetics, much like risks for mental illness, researchers also compared individuals with non-affective psychosis to their full siblings born during the same study years. Even when compared to their full siblings, who shared similar genetic and environmental backgrounds, children whose mothers gained an insufficient amount of weight during pregnancy were at increased risk of developing non-affective psychosis later in life. “Ideal weight gain during pregnancy has long been promoted in order prevent pregnancy and birth complications, such as gestational diabetes or need for caesarean section, and to ensure optimal birth weight,” says Assistant Professor Renee Gardner, principal investigator at the Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institutet. “This new study demonstrates that the current weight gain guidelines have benefits that extend beyond maternal and child health during pregnancy and delivery, with positive effects evident even decades later in life.” A key implication of the study is that even in a well-fed and affluent country such as Sweden, some mothers are unable to meet nutritional requirements to support their children’s safe development. Despite the problem of obesity in high-income settings, there remains a portion of the population that doesn’t gain enough weight during pregnancy. “This inadequate weight gain can occur because of an existing medical condition, but it can also reflect societal pressures for women to maintain an idealized body type, even when they are pregnant”, says Dr Gardner. “Interestingly, the study found no effect of excessive weight gain on offspring risk of non-affective psychoses, despite excessive weight gain in pregnancy being linked to a number of pregnancy and birth complications.” This work was funded by the Stanley Medical Research Institute and the Swedish Research Council. Publication: ‘Gestational weight gain, maternal body mass index in early pregnancy, and offspring risk of non-affective psychosis’, Euan Mackay, Christina Dalman, Håkan Karlsson, Renee M. Gardner, JAMA Psychiatry (http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry), online 22 February 2017, doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2016.4257.

Kindred Group plc to make a GBP 175.6m recommended cash offer for 32Red plc

Founded in 2002, 32Red is a Gibraltar-based online gaming company, operating online casino, online poker, online bingo and online sports betting under the brands 32Red.com, 32RedPoker.com, 32RedBingo.com and 32RedSport.com. In 2015, 32Red acquired the Roxy Palace online casino business. 32Red is licensed and regulated in Gibraltar, the UK and Italy and is listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. 32Red has approximately125 employees based in Gibraltar. In the financial year ended 31 December 2015, 32Red generated Net Gaming Revenues of GBP 48.7 million and EBITDA of GBP 5.2 million. On 1 February 2017, 32Red issued a Post Close Trading Update for the year ended 31 December 2016 and announced Net Gaming Revenues of GBP 62.3 million. “The acquisition of 32Red is consistent with our multi-brand strategy and stated desire to grow our business in locally regulated and soon to be regulated markets. 32Red is a high quality, customer-focused business with a similar culture to Kindred Group’s and we are delighted to welcome 32Red and its team into the Kindred family and look forward to further developing the brand going forward,” says Henrik Tjärnström, CEO of Kindred Group. The Offer is intended to be effected by means of a takeover offer under relevant Gibraltar law. Under the terms of the offer, 32Red Shareholders will be entitled to receive GBP 1.96 per share and will also be entitled to receive a second interim dividend of GBP 0.04 per share. On this basis, the Offer values the entire issued and to be issued share capital of 32Red on a fully diluted basis at approximately GBP 175.6 million. Accordingly, the Offer together with the Approved Dividend, represents a premium of approximately: 16.3 per cent to the closing price per 32Red share of 172.0 pence on 22 February 2017 (being the last business day before the date of this announcement) and 32.4 per cent to the volume weighted average closing price per 32Red share of 151.1 pence in the one month prior to the date of this announcement. The cash consideration payable under the Offer will be funded by new acquisition facilities of up to GBP 178 million, specifically for the purposes of this Transaction. Kindred Group has received irrevocable undertakings in support of the Offer in relation to an aggregate of 60,701,232 32Red shares, representing approximately 71.1 per cent of the share capital of 32Red. Completion of the transaction is subject to certain conditions including customary regulatory approvals by the relevant gambling authorities. Further details on the offer can be found in a separate announcement by Kindred which is available to view on the London Stock Exchange website at www.londonstockexchange.com/. For more information about 32Red, visit www.32Redplc.com/ (http://www.32redpplc.com/)  For more information about the cash offer, visit www.Kindredplc.com/  Today, 23 February 2017, Kindred Group’s CEO Henrik Tjärnström will host a telephone conference. The conference will start at 9.30am CET. Please call in on telephone number:  UK: +44 20 3008 9813; Sweden: +46 8 5664 2690 We kindly ask participants to call in 5 to 10 minutes in advance. This information is information that Kindred Group plc is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation.

Annual General Meeting in Skanska AB

Notification etc. Shareholders who wish to participate in the Annual General Meeting (the “Meeting”) must be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, and notification must be received by the company not later than March 29, 2017, preferably before 12.00 noon. Notice to participate in the Meeting may be addressed: · by mail to Skanska AB, Group Legal Affairs, Warfvingesväg 25, SE-112 74 Stockholm, Sweden, or · by telephone, +46 8 402 92 81, Monday to Friday from 09.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m., or · via www.skanska.com, under the heading Annual General Meeting. When giving notice, a shareholder must state name, personal identification number or company registration number, address, telephone number and, where relevant, the number of any accompanying assistants (no more than two). An admission card, which shall be presented at the entrance to the Meeting venue, will be sent out by mail beginning on March 30, 2017. Representatives For shareholders represented by proxy, a power of attorney shall be issued. The power of attorney shall be in written form and dated. The power of attorney shall be valid for at most one year from the date of issue, unless the power of attorney specifies a longer period of validity, not to exceed five years from the date of issue. A power of attorney form can be downloaded from www.skanska.com. The power of attorney in original, a certificate of incorporation or other authorization documentation, should be submitted to the company at the address set out above well in advance of the Meeting. Shares held in trust Shareholders whose shares are held in trust must re-register their shares in their own name with Euroclear Sweden AB to be entitled to participate in the Meeting. Such re-registration, which may be temporary, should be requested from the bank or stockbroker acting as trustee well in advance of March 29, 2017. For Skanska employees, who have invested in Skanska-shares under the Skanska employee ownership programs Seop 1 (2008 – 2010), Seop 2 (2011 – 2013), Seop 3 (2014 – 2016) and Seop 4 (2017-2019) and who wish to vote at the Meeting, the company may assist in such re-registration of the shares in their own name. Employees wishing the company’s assistance should inform the company about this by telephone +46 8 10 448 03 83 or via e-mail: arsstamma@skanska.se, stating full name, personal identification number, address and so-called global ID, received for the Skanska employee ownership programs, as soon as possible and not later than March 16, 2017. Such a request for re-registration will be regarded as a notice to participate in the Meeting. Proposed agenda 1)     Opening of the Meeting. 2)     Election of the 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 two persons to check the minutes together with the Chairman of the Meeting. 6)     Determination of whether the Meeting has been duly convened. 7)     Addresses by the Chairman of the Board and by the President and CEO (“President”). 8)     Presentation of the annual report and auditors’ report for 2016 and the consolidated accounts and the auditors’ report for the consolidated accounts for 2016. 9)     Motion to adopt the income statement and balance sheet, and the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet. 10)  Motion regarding the disposition of the company's profit as shown in the adopted balance sheet, and determination of the record date for payment of dividend. 11)  Motion to discharge members of the Board and the President from liability for the fiscal year. 12)  Determination of the number of Board members and deputy members to be elected by the Meeting. 13)  Determination of fees for Board members and auditors. 14)  Election of Board members and deputy members and election of the Chairman of the Board. 1. A.    election of Board member:                     Johan Karlström 2. B.    election of Board member:                     Pär Boman 3. C.    election of Board member:                     John Carrig 4. D.    election of Board member:                     Nina Linander 5. E.    election of Board member:                     Fredrik Lundberg 6. F.     election of Board member:                     Jayne McGivern 7. G.    election of Board member                      Charlotte Strömberg 8. H.    election of Board member:                     Hans Biörck 9. I.      election of Board member:                     Catherine Marcus10. J.     election of the Chairman of the Board:  Hans Biörck 15)  Election of auditor. 16)  Proposal for principles for salary and other remuneration to senior executives. 17)  Motion to authorize the Board to decide on purchases of own shares and decision on transfer of own shares: 1. authorization of the Board to resolve on purchases of Series B shares in Skanska; and 2. authorization of the Board to resolve on transfer of Series B shares in Skanska. 18)  Closing of the Meeting. Nomination Committee The Nomination Committee comprises Helena Stjernholm, Chairman, representing AB Industrivärden, Mats Guldbrand, representing L E Lundbergföretagen AB, Bo Selling, representing Alecta, Hans Ek, representing SEB Funds & SEB Trygg Life Insurance and Hans Biörck, Chairman of the Board of Skanska AB. Proposals of the Board and the Nomination Committee respectively Item 2 Election of the Chairman of the Meeting The Nomination Committee’s proposal: attorney Dick Lundqvist to be elected Chairman of the Meeting. Item 10 Dividend and record date The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 8,25 per share. April 6, 2017 is proposed as the record date for payment of the dividend. If the Meeting votes in favour of this motion, it is expected that Euroclear Sweden AB will make dividend payments on April 11, 2017. The Nomination Committee’s motions under items 12-15 Item 12 Determination of the number of Board members and deputy members to be elected by the Meeting The Nomination Committee’s motion: Nine board members and no deputies. Item 13 Determination of fees for Board members and auditors The Nomination Committee’s motion: It is proposed that a fee of SEK 2,040,000 is paid to the Chairman of the Board (year 2016: 1,995,000) and SEK 680,000 (year 2016: 665,000) to each of the other Board members elected by the Meeting, with the exception of the President. A special appropriation is proposed for the committee work amounting to SEK 220 000 (2016: SEK 200 000) to the Chairman of the Audit Committee and SEK 157 500 (2016: SEK 150 000) to each of the other Committee members, SEK 110 000 (2016: 100 000) to the Chairman of the Compensation Committee and SEK 105 000 (2016: 100 000) to each of the other Committee members, SEK 205 000 (2016: SEK 200 000) to the Chairman of the Project Review Committee and the Committee members. The proposed compensation for the committee work applies to the Board members elected by the Meeting, with the exception of the President. It is proposed that the fee to the auditor shall be paid in the amount shown on approved invoices. Item 14 Election of Board members and deputy members and election of the Chairman of the Board The Nomination Committee’s motion for election of Board members:   14 A.        Johan Karlström             re-election   14 B.        Pär Boman                    re-election   14 C.        John Carrig                    re-election   14 D.        Nina Linander                re-election   14 E.        Fredrik Lundberg           re-election   14 F.         Jayne McGivern             re-election   14 G.        Charlotte Strömberg       re-election   14 H.        Hans Biörck                   re-election The Nomination Committee’s motion on election of new member of the Board: 14 I.          Catherine Marcus                   The Nomination Committee’s motion on election of Chairman of the Board:   14 J.         Hans Biörck                   re-election The Nomination Committee’s statement supporting its proposal and information about the proposed Board members are available on the company’s website, www.skanska.com. Item 15 Election of auditor The Nomination Committee’s motion: re-election of EY that has informed, that if EY is elected, the authorized public accountant Hamish Mabon will be auditor in charge. Item 16 Proposal for principles for salaries and other remuneration to senior executives The Board’s proposal for salary and other remuneration to senior executives is the same as for 2016 and implies that the overall remuneration should be in line with the market and competitive and that distinguished performance will be reflected in the total remuneration. Benefits shall comprise fixed salary, variable remuneration, if any, other customary benefits and pension. The variable remuneration shall be payable in either cash and/or shares and it shall be capped and related to the fixed salary. Distribution of shares shall have a vesting period of three years and be part of a long-term incentive program. The variable remuneration must be based on results in relation to established targets and designed to increase the common of interest between the executive and the shareholders of the company. For annual bonus, there should be a possibility to limit or refrain from paying variable remuneration if the Board considers that this is for any reason appropriate. Pension benefits should be either defined-benefit or defined-contribution schemes, or a combination thereof, and normally provide right to receive pension at 65 years of age, or, in individual cases at the earliest at 60 years of age. In principle, variable remuneration shall not be pensionable. The Board may under special circumstances deviate from these principles in individual cases. Item 17 Authorization for the Board to resolve on purchases of own shares and transfers of own shares Item 17 A. Authorization for the Board to resolve on purchases of own shares For the purpose of securing future deliveries of Series B shares under the Skanska employee ownership program adopted at the Annual General Meeting on April 6, 2016 (Seop 4), the Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting 2017 authorizes the Board to decide upon acquisitions of Series B shares on the following terms and conditions. · Acquisitions of Series B shares in Skanska may only be effected on Nasdaq Stockholm. · The authorization may be exercised on one or several occasions, however at the latest until the Annual General Meeting 2018. · No more than 3,000,000 Series B shares in Skanska may be acquired to secure delivery of shares to participants in Seop 4 and for subsequent transfers on a regulated market in order to cover certain costs associated with Seop 4. · Acquisitions of Series B shares in Skanska on Nasdaq Stockholm may only be made at a price within the from time to time applicable range of prices (spread) on Nasdaq Stockholm, meaning the interval between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price. Item 17 B. Authorization for the Board to resolve on transfers of own shares The Board proposes that the Meeting authorizes the Board to resolve that a maximum of 763,000 Series B shares in Skanska, that were purchased by virtue of previous authorizations to repurchase own shares, may, prior to the Annual General Meeting 2018, be transferred for the purpose of covering certain costs, mainly social security costs, that may occur under the Skanska employee ownership program adopted at the Annual General Meeting on April 11, 2013 (Seop 3). The authorization may be exercised on one or several occasions, however at the latest until the Annual General Meeting 2018. Transfers of shares shall be effected on Nasdaq Stockholm at a price within the applicable range of prices (spread) on Nasdaq Stockholm, meaning the interval between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price. Majority requirements A valid resolution according to the motions under items 17A and B above requires that it is supported by shareholders with at least two thirds of the voting rights as well as the number of shares represented at the Meeting. Miscellaneous For a description of Skanska’s other share-related incentive programs, reference is made to note 37 in Skanska AB’s 2016 Annual Report. Complete proposals etc The Board’s full text of the motions under Item 16 and 17 on the agenda, and the Board’s statements in accordance with Chapter 19, Section 22 of the Swedish Companies Act will be made available to shareholders at the company’s offices, Warfvinges väg 25, Stockholm, Sweden, on Skanska’s website, www.skanska.com as of February 23, 2017, and sent out to those shareholders who so request. The Financial documents, the auditor’s report and the auditor’s statement in accordance with Chapter 8, Section 54 of the Swedish Companies Act regarding how the Meeting’s guidelines for salaries and other compensation to senior management has been followed will be made available at the company’s office, address set out above, and website www.skanska.com/group not later than three weeks before the Meeting and sent out to those shareholders who so wish. The Board’s statement in accordance with Chapter 18, Section 4 of the Swedish Companies Act regarding the proposed distribution of profit is included in the statutory administration report. Information at the Meeting The Board and the President shall, should any shareholder request it, and the Board is of the opinion that it could occur without significant damage to the Company, provide disclosures regarding conditions that could impact the evaluation of an item on the agenda, conditions that could impact on the evaluation of the Company’s or a subsidiary’s financial situation, and the Company’s relationship to other Group companies. Total number of shares and votes At the time of issuance of this notice the total number of shares in the company amounts to 419 903 072 of which 19 793 202 shares of Series A (ten votes per share) and 400 109 870 of Series B (one vote per share). As per the same date the Company’s own shares amounted to 10 303 916 shares of series B, amounting to 10 303 916 votes in the Company. The Company must not vote for its own shares. Personal data Personal data obtained from the share register, notice of attendance at the Meeting and information on proxies and advisors will be used for registration, preparation of the voting list for the Meeting and when applicable minutes of the Meeting. Stockholm in February 2017 Skanska AB (publ) The Board of Directors

Sectra launches extended image sharing solution at ECR—easier sharing with patients and others

A growing number of Sectra’s 1,700 customers are using Sectra’s solution for cross-enterprise sharing and collaboration. The use of the solution makes information exchange much more secure, less time consuming and less expensive than previously used methods, such as CDs. This leads to an increasing amount of information being shared throughout the healthcare system, and approximately 25 million medical images are already shared every week. In turn, the access to more information gives, for instance, reviewing radiologists and other physicians a much more complete medical history of a patient when making clinical decisions. The new extension of the image sharing solution enables sharing with others than only healthcare organizations and systems, such as patients and insurance companies, allowing for a more efficient healthcare. It has been developed and tested in close collaboration with Sectra customers. “We are seeing a growing trend of increased patient engagement. Patients are becoming more keen to have access to their own medical records, for example to be able to have a deeper dialog with their physician or to bring along their medical images for treatment at another hospital. The extended capabilities of our solution will make it easier for healthcare providers to meet that demand, and thus help healthcare to become more inclusive and patient-centered,” says Marie Ekström Trägårdh, President at Sectra Imaging IT Solutions. Sectra’s enhanced solution for sharing and collaboration will be showcased at ECR in Vienna, March 2–5. The product extension will be made available to customers during spring 2017. Read more about Sectra at ECR and book a meeting at http://www.sectra.com/ecr. 

Year-end report, 2016 Rabbalshede Kraft AB (publ)

2016 fiscal year · Production from the Group’s wind farms in January-December totaled 500,247 (576,412) MWh. · Net sales amounted to KSEK 235,628 (264,204).  · EBITDA amounted to KSEK 143,299 (169,655). · EBIT was KSEK 44,263 (loss: 110,669).  · Average income for wind power production was SEK 471/MWh (458), of which electricity accounted for SEK 309/MWh (288) and electricity certificates and guarantees of origin for SEK 162/MWh (170).   · Depreciation/impairment losses amounted to KSEK 99,036 (280,324). The difference from the previous year is mainly due to an impairment loss of wind farms and projects about MSEK 183 the previous year. · The result after tax was a loss of KSEK 96,823 (loss: 171,647).  Significant events In late 2015, a new share issue was conducted whereby the company raised SEK 312 M which was used to reduce the Company’s loans. The share issue was registered in January 2016  In April 2016, an agreement was reached concerning the sale of a wind turbine (2 MW) in Hällevadsholm to Mölndal Energi. Rabbalshede Kraft had been responsible for procurement and construction, and also signed a two-year operational agreement. The wind turbine was commissioned during the fourth quarter of 2016.  The AGM for the 2015 fiscal year was held on April 1, 2016, in Gothenburg, Sweden.  Construction of Lyrestad wind farm, comprising 22 wind turbines (76 MW) in the municipalities of Mariestad and Töreboda, commenced in June 2016. The wind farm corresponds to an investment of just over SEK 1 billion and is operated by a company owned jointly by Rabbalshede Kraft and Ardian Infrastruktur, with Rabbalshede Kraft holding 25 percent of the shares. Rabbalshede Kraft’s majority shareholder, Manor Group, assisted in the project by providing financing and a parent company guarantee. The civil-engineering contract, involving roadworks and foundations, is proceeding as planned and the wind farm is scheduled to be commissioned in stages in autumn 2017. The wind farm’s annual production of 234 GWh will be purchased by Google under a long-term electricity trading agreement.   In August 2016, Rabbalshede Kraft concluded a management agreement with Gnosjö Energi. The agreement pertains to a four-year management assignment involving operational management and monitoring of the Kulltorp wind farm in Gnosjö municipality as of January 2017. The wind farm comprises four turbines (10 MW).  During the fourth quarter the Company signed operational agreement with the Municipality of Dorotea and Kvarkenvinden concerning two turbines (4 MW) in the Bleikevare wind farm. Håkan Frick was employed as acting CEO as of August 1, 2016.CEO Thomas Linnard is on sick leave.   During the year, Rabbalshede Kraft and its subsidiaries reduced their bank liabilities for the Group’s wind farms by some 40 percent. This was made possible by a shareholder loan from Manor Group, the company’s majority shareholder.  In October 2016, an environmental permit was received for the Sköllunga wind farm. The wind farm comprises up to three 180-meter-high wind turbines (9 MW).  Significant events after the end of the period An extraordinary general meeting was held on January 31, 2017. At the meeting, resolutions were passed to reduce the share capital by SEK 126,843,931 for transfer to unrestricted shareholders’ equity. The meeting also resolved on a private placement to Greystone Sweden Venture AB (“Greystone”). The private placement amounted to 285M SEK and was implemented on February 1, 2017. Following the investment, Greystone is the company’s second largest shareholder, with Manor Group remaining the company’s largest shareholder.  The meeting resolved that the Board of Directors is to comprise six elected members. Re-election of Karin Kronstam, Jean Baptiste Oldenhove and Matthieu Baumgartner and new election of Bertil Villard, Annika Ahl Åkesson and Jeff Mouland. Bertil Villard was elected Chairman of the Board.

Munksjö launches Gerstar Mo, a barrier paper to prevent mineral oil migration into food

PRESS RELEASE, MUNKSJÖ OYJ,  23 February 2017 at 09.45 AM CETHelsinki, Finland Munksjö launches Gerstar Mo, a barrier paper to prevent mineral oil migration into food Munksjö, a world-leading manufacturer of advanced papers products, launches Gerstar[TM] Mo, a specialty paper developed for packaging applications to protect food from potential contamination by mineral oils. This barrier paper will enable converters and brand owners to develop sustainable packaging made of renewable materials offering maximum consumer food safety. Made from virgin fibres and suitable for direct food contact, Gerstar[TM] Mo provides primary packaging with an excellent mineral oil (MOSH-MOAH*) barrier. It also prevents cross contamination coming from secondary packaging. Gerstar[TM] Mo is available in 50 g/m[2] and over. Printable in helio and flexo, this barrier paper delivers top quality printing results and perfectly supports any brand messages. Suitable for lamination, extrusion/coating, varnishing and hot & cold seal, Gerstar[TM] Mo is recommended for bags, sachets, pouches and wrappers. Its primary use is for dry food flexible packaging such as biscuits, crisp bread or dehydrated foods. Gerstar[TM] Mo is a one-side coated paper manufactured at the Munksjö Stenay site in France. “The food packaging industry is particularly attentive to consumer safety and direct food contact. The market has to meet the increasing health and safety expectations while maintaining high standards of performance. Advances in paper innovation, such as this new mineral oil barrier paper, will help the market move forward sustainably,” says Alexandra Venot, Vice President, Flexible Packaging Business Unit. “When developing food packaging, brand owners must find the right balance between functionality, shelf-appeal and sustainability. At Munksjö, we develop paper-based solutions that offer the required physical protection and converting abilities. Depending on the end-use, paper should also provide the appropriate barrier or combination of barriers for perfect shelf-life, such as grease, moisture, aromas or oxygen to name a few. Munksjö is continuously working on pushing the technical limits of natural fibres to meet these challenges,” explains Alexandra Venot. The site in Stenay has approximately 220 employees and is part of the Graphics and Packaging Business Area. This production site manufactures one-side coated papers for food and non-food flexible packaging, wet-glue or self-adhesive labels, metallizing, release liners and other industrial applications. The site is certified according to ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007, FSC® and PEFC™ Chain-of-Custody. * MOSH-MOAH: Mineral Oil Saturated Hydrocarbons - Mineral Oil Aromatic Hydrocarbons Munksjö Oyj

Nordic rating agency being established

The use of credit rating have become increasingly more essential for the securities markets in recent years, also with respect to regulations of the financial sector. Rating is usually an independent evaluation of the credit risk (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_risk) of an issuer of bonds, where the credit risk is valued on a predefined scale. The rating is set by a rating agency, of which the best known are the three major international rating agencies (S & P, Moodys and Fitch). However, in recent years several local rating agencies have been established in Europe. In the Nordic countries generally only the larger companies and financial institutions have been rated, while smaller enterprises have been so-called "shadow rated" by investment banks, without these being licensed as independent rating agencies. Similar to ratings from the major rating agencies shadow ratings have used a graduated scale. The European Union's surveillance authority for the securities market, ESMA, has announced that the system of shadow ratings should cease because such activities may only be operated with the necessary ESMA license.  On this background, most investment banks in the Nordic region have discontinued their publication of shadow ratings. Shadow ratings neither meets the conditions set for ratings related to capital and solvency requirements for financial institutions. The present situation has created a demand for a local rating alternative for Nordic companies and financial institutions being too small to be rated by the international rating agencies. Creation of a Nordic rating agency has been discussed for several years.  Nordic bond issuers may through a Nordic agency obtain an approved rating in an easier and less expensive way, based on a process better adapted to the Nordic business environment. This especially applies for smaller and medium-sized issuers in the Nordic markets, who also have ambitions over time to approach the international financial markets outside the Nordics. Rating is also of significance to investors using credit rating as a guide for monitoring desired level of risk in their investment portfolios. As a key player in the Nordic bond market Nordic Trustee ASA has been requested by a number of market participants to assume a leading role in establishing a Nordic rating agency. Nordic Trustee has on this background been in contact with major Nordic financial institutions and institutional investors and, based on their feedback, decided to proceed with the project. A Nordic rating agency will contribute to a more efficient market and ensure a strong platform for further development of the Nordic bond market. Nordic Trustee have founded the company Nordic Credit Rating AS and the ambition going forward is to raise NOK 50 million in a capital increase through a diverse ownership structure where no shareholder, for regulatory reasons, will own more than 5 % of the company. As soon as the necessary capital is in place the application process will start in order to obtain a license from ESMA as a rating agency ("CRA" - Credit Rating Agency). If the establishment of the company proceeds as planned, it is expected that Nordic Credit Rating will offer approved rating services in the first half of 2018. Subsequent to the capital increase, Nordic Trustee will transfer the responsibility of operations and development of Nordic Credit Rating to the company's new board. Nordic Trustee will continue as a minority shareholder in line with the other owners of the company. For further information, please contact: NORDIC TRUSTEERagnar SjonerCEO/adm.direktør M +47 92 82 19 98E   sjoner@nordictrustee.com W  nordictrustee.com (http://www.nordictrustee.com/) 

EQT Infrastructure III closes at EUR 4.0 billion – strengthening EQT´s position as leading global alternative investments firm

· EQT Infrastructure III closes at hard cap of EUR 4.0 billion · Fund closes after less than six months of fundraising · Strong investor demand proves support for EQT’s industrial approach to infrastructure investing EQT today announces that its third fund for infrastructure investments, EQT Infrastructure III (the “Fund”), has been closed at the hard cap of EUR 4.0 billion on February 21, 2017. The Fund was raised in less than six months which is the fastest fund raise in EQT’s history to date. The Fund will follow EQT's overall infrastructure investment strategy – applying an industrial approach to infrastructure investing – and continue to make investments in sectors such as energy, transport and logistics, environmental, telecom and social infrastructure mainly in Europe and North America. Interest from both existing and new investors was strong and the Fund was heavily oversubscribed. Despite the demand, EQT remained committed to raising an appropriately sized fund. The Fund will be deployed in line with the objectives of delivering value to investors by investing in high-quality companies and develop them into strong and sustainable businesses. “We believe that there is continued demand for infrastructure investments that will bring attractive market opportunities. EQT can add true value in areas where there is a heavy need for both private investments and innovation. The team has a great track record of delivering creative ideas and solutions as advisors to EQT’s previous infrastructure investments. We are poised to start investigating new and exciting opportunities”, says Lennart Blecher, Deputy Managing Partner and Head of Real Assets at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to the Fund. Thomas von Koch, Managing Partner of EQT Partners, says: “We are truly humbled by the interest investors have shown for EQT’s third infrastructure fund. I strongly believe that EQT’s passion for developing companies will continue to create sustainable values for both investors, companies and also society as a whole.” The capital raising effort was led by EQT’s Investor Relations team. Jussi Saarinen, Partner and Head of Investor Relations at EQT Partners says: "This marks yet another important milestone in the long-term strategy of EQT. It fortifies EQT’s position as a leading global alternative investments firm. Around two-thirds of the commitments were made by investors in prior EQT funds, confirming the strength of being an integrated alternative investments firm. The Investor Relations team is fully dedicated to give EQT’s investors, across the platform, the best possible service and we are convinced that having such capacities internally will be a future success factor.” The Fund has already signed four acquisitions: GlobalConnect A/S, the leading alternative provider of B2B data communication services in Denmark; a strategic partnership with the German energy service solutions provider GETEC ENERGIE HOLDING GmbH under a newly formed joint venture company; Delta Comfort, the leading telecom infrastructure company and supplier of energy in the Dutch province of Zeeland; and Lumos Networks, a leading fiber based data and broadband service provider in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region. EQT Infrastructure III is backed by a global blue chip investor base including, among others, AP4, Ardian, BlackRock, The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Danica Pension, Fubon Life Insurance Company, Funds SA, Golding Capital Partners, Ilmarinen, KEVA, LGIAsuper, Local Government Super, Maine Public Employees Retirement System, Nan Shan Life Insurance Company, The New York City Retirement Systems, Oregon Investment Council, Pantheon, Sampension, Skandia, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Teacher Retirement System of Texas, Varma, VER and Virginia Retirement System. The fundraising for EQT Infrastructure III has now closed. Accordingly, the foregoing should in no way be treated as any form of offer or solicitation to subscribe for or make any commitments for or in respect of any securities or other interests or to engage in any other transaction. Contacts: Lennart Blecher, Deputy Managing Partner and Head of Real Assets at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to EQT Infrastructure III, +46 8 506 55 475 EQT Press Office, +46 8 506 55 334 About EQT EQT is a leading alternative investments firm with approximately EUR 35 billion in raised capital across 22 funds. EQT funds have portfolio companies in Europe, Asia and the US with total sales of more than EUR 15 billion and approximately 100,000 employees. EQT works with portfolio companies to achieve sustainable growth, operational excellence and market leadership. More info: www.eqtpartners.com About EQT Infrastructure III EQT Infrastructure III seeks to invest in infrastructure companies with a significant opportunity for value creation through accelerating growth and implementing operational improvements. EQT evaluates infrastructure businesses by focusing on control and co-control investments that present certain characteristics, including providing an essential service to society, recession resilience, secure cash flows and offers inflation protection.

Invitation to Citycon’s Capital Markets Day in Iso Omena 16 May 2017

Citycon cordially invites investors, analysts and media to its Capital Markets Day on Tuesday, 16 May at Iso Omena in Espoo, Finland.The aim of the Capital Markets Day is to provide information about Citycon's strategy and (re)development projects, status of business units and key assets. There will be an update on the Nordic market with a special focus on Finland. The presentations will be followed by an asset tour to Iso Omena, Lippulaiva and Myyrmanni.Participants from Citycon will be CEO Marcel Kokkeel, CFO Eero Sihvonen, COO Jurn Hoeksema and other members of Citycon’s management. On the following day, Wednesday 17 May, there is a possibility to join an asset tour in Stockholm. We will visit Liljeholmstorget Galleria, Kista Galleria and Jakobsbergs Centrum.   We also welcome participants to join a dinner on Monday evening, 15 May in Helsinki. Please register latest by 2 May 2017. For practical questions and registration, please contact  Tiina Tahkolahti by e-mail tiina.tahkolahti@citycon.com or phone +358 50 547 1196. All presentations can be followed via a live webcast at www.citycon.com. Please find the preliminary agenda attached to this release. Welcome! Helsinki, 23 February 2017CITYCON OYJFor further information, please contact:Henrica GinströmVice President, Investor Relations and CommunicationsTel. +358 50 554 4296henrica.ginstrom@citycon.com Citycon Oyj (Nasdaq Helsinki: CTY1S) is a leading owner, developer and manager of urban grocery-anchored shopping centres in the Nordic and Baltic regions, managing assets that total approximately EUR 5 billion and with market capitalisation of over EUR 2 billion. For more information about Citycon, please visit www.citycon.com

ABB invests in Enbala Power Networks to co-develop cutting-edge grid software

ABB announced today it has invested in Enbala Power Networks, a leading developer of software for managing power distribution networks. The investment was made through ABB’s venture capital unit, ABB Technology Ventures. Today’s grid operators require digital solutions to deal with challenges posed by the increasing amount of intermittent renewable and distributed energy sources being integrated into the grid. This is driven by the need to keep the grid balanced and optimized in real-time as we accommodate more wind mills and photovoltaic panels on roof tops. ABB and Enbala are joining forces to develop a new distributed energy resource management system (DERMS), which will enable utilities, energy service companies and grid operators to efficiently manage the entire lifecycle of distributed energy resources, like solar and wind, while ensuring safe, secure and efficient operation of the electric distribution network. It will also enable more active participation from energy consumers. “We are excited to invest in and partner with Enbala, a fast-growing innovation pioneer recognized for its ground-breaking energy resource control and optimization software,” said ABB Chief Technology Officer, Bazmi Husain. “This investment will lead to a further enhancement of our digital ABB Ability offering, helping customers to maximize opportunities by leveraging distributed energy resources.” The two companies will also work on new capabilities to seamlessly integrate distributed energy resources into ABB’s microgrid solutions. “The investment from a leading technology company like ABB will drive enormous value for our customers and the distributed energy industry,” said Enbala President and CEO Arthur “Bud” Vos. “We believe this partnership will drive further innovation and operational integration, making largescale use of distributed energy a reality. We look forward to working together with ABB on this strategic initiative.” ABB (ABBN: SIX Swiss Ex) is a pioneering technology leader in electrification products, robotics and motion, industrial automation and power grids, serving customers in utilities, industry and transport & infrastructure globally. Continuing more than a 125-year history of innovation, ABB today is writing the future of industrial digitalization and driving the Energy and Fourth Industrial Revolutions. ABB operates in more than 100 countries with about 132,000 employees. www.abb.com  ABB Technology Ventures (ATV) is the strategic venture capital unit of ABB that invests in high-potential industrial technology and energy companies that can benefit from ABB’s deep R&D resources, global sales channels and wide-ranging partnerships. ATV has deployed nearly $200 million across a range of technologies. More information: · ABB Technology Ventures (http://www.abb.com/ventures) · ABB Network Manager ADMS (Advanced Distribution Management System) (http://new.abb.com/enterprise-software/real-time-control-and-management/network-manager-adms) · ABB Energy Portfolio Management (http://new.abb.com/enterprise-software/energy-portfolio-management)  · Brochure: Network Manager ADMS. An integrated solution for distribution management (http://new.abb.com/docs/librariesprovider139/default-document-library/networkmanageradms.pdf)

Proposed distribution of SCA’s hygiene business - An information brochure will be published in the week beginning March 6, 2017

The Board of Directors has also decided to propose that the Annual General Meeting authorize the Board of Directors to determine the record date for the distribution of all shares in SCA Hygiene AB. Should the shareholders vote in favor of this distribution proposal, the plan is to distribute the shares in SCA Hygiene AB in accordance with Lex Asea* rules and to list the company on Nasdaq Stockholm, where the share is expected to be traded on the Nordic list and the segment Large Cap. In addition to their existing shareholding, SCA’s shareholders will also receive shares in the newly listed hygiene company in connection with the listing. Each share of Class A in SCA carries entitlement to one share of Class A in SCA Hygiene AB and each share of Class B in SCA carries entitlement to one share of Class B in SCA Hygiene AB.   A split of the Group and a distribution and listing of the shares in the subsidiary which today operates the hygiene business, is expected to increase focus, customer value, development opportunities and enables each company to successfully realize its strategies under the leadership of separate and dedicated management teams. This is considered to increase value for SCA’s shareholders in the long term. An evaluation of various methods and structural alternatives has been carried out. Following a split, there will be two listed companies, one of which will be SCA, an efficient and well-invested forest products company that will include the forest products operations and all forest land currently owned by the SCA Group. The second will be a leading global hygiene and health company and include the current SCA business areas of Personal Care and Tissue. This company will be given a new name.  *Lex Asea is a tax regulation in Sweden. This provision means that if a parent company distributes shares in a wholly owned subsidiary to its shareholders, then the taxation of the capital gain the shareholders may enjoy in connection with the distribution can, under certain circumstances, be postponed until such time the shareholder in turn sells the shares that were received.     NB: This information is information that SCA is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out below, at 15:35 p.m. CET on February 23, 2017.  Karl Stoltz, Media Relations Manager, +46 8 788 51 55  

High investments generates record results

1 January – 31 December 2016 · Rental income increased to SEK 1,284 m (1,217) · Net operating income of SEK 630 m (554) · Income from property management increased to SEK 269 m (186) · Changes in the value of investment properties of SEK 1,938 m (1,307), an increase of 12.9 per cent · Changes in the value of financial instruments of SEK -165 m (-11) · Profit before tax increased to SEK 2,072 m (1,422) · Profit after tax increased to SEK 1,678 m (1,139) · Earnings per share increased to SEK 22.20 (16.10) before dilution and increased to SEK 21.93 (13.50) after dilution Fourth quarter 2016 · Rental income increased to SEK 332 m (317) · Net operating income of SEK 154 m (133) · Income from property management increased to SEK 52 m (48) · Changes in the value of investment properties of SEK 802 m (867), an increase of 5.0 per cent · Changes in the value of financial instruments of SEK -12 m (39) · Profit before tax amounted to SEK 872 m (953) · Profit after tax amounted to SEK 680 m (734) · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 8.79 (10.37) before dilution and amounted to SEK 8.64 (8.52) after dilution Significant events during the fourth quarter · An extraordinary general meeting on 14 October 2016 has resolved to replace the board members Ranny Davidoff and Terje Nesbakken with James Seppala and Svein Erik Lilleland and to replace Knut Pousette with James Seppala as chairman of the board · Christian Tapper has been appointed Head of Property Refurbishments with responsibility for D. Carnegie & Co’s refurbishment process · Vega Holdco S.à.r.l., an entity wholly owned by real estate funds advised by affiliates of The Blackstone Group L.P., has on 7 December 2016 completed a mandatory tender offer in cash amounting to SEK 100 per share to the shareholders and warrant holders in D. Carnegie & Co which was announced on 17 October 2016. After completing the tender offer Vega Holdco S.à.r.l. owns 46 per cent of the shares and controls 65 per cent of the votes in D. Carnegie & Co Significant events after the fourth quarter · D. Carnegie & Co has entered into an agreement with Fastighets AB Balder (publ) to acquire residential property portfolios in Arboga, Köping and Tranås. The property portfolios comprises 42 properties and 1,681 apartments. The property value is SEK 1,420 million and the agreed share purchase price amounts to SEK 1,040 million. The transaction is a share deal with closing scheduled for May 2017 Statement from the CEO  In 2016 we have continued our strong growth through acquisitions and even more so through value creating investments in existing properties. At the same time, we have further strengthened our operational capabilities and have been able to reduce costs meaningfully, due to more efficient processes. During the year, D. Carnegie & Co invested SEK one billion and seen our properties increase almost three billion in value. Combined with a 45 per cent increase in earnings from property management the company has achieved another year of record net income. The company has reached its target of a total return of at least 10 per cent, which led to an increase in the adjusted shareholders’ equity by 39 per cent during the year, to 101.96 per share. Earning capacity has during 2016 increased by 29 per cent to SEK 396 million on a rolling 12-month basis. For the full year 2016 we refurbished 1,253 apartments, well above our target of 1,000. We also continued investing at a rapid pace in façades, heating facilities, laundry rooms, etc. which increases our rental income and reduces the cost of repairs and maintenance. The refurbishments in 2016 led to an increase in rental income of 4.7 per cent for comparable properties, 3.8 per cent above general market increases, while operating costs are down 3.5 per cent. This drove an increase in net operating profit in excess of 13 per cent for comparable properties, explaining the majority of the value increase. Improvement in earnings along with a strong value growth, accomplished mainly through our upgrades of our properties, is clearly visible in the income statement. The profit for the quarter before taxes was SEK 872 million  - for the entire year SEK 2,072 million, as compared with SEK 1,422 million for 2015, an increase of 46 per cent. Earnings per share after taxes amounted to SEK 22.20 as compared with SEK 16.10 for 2015. We are seeking to create better homes in every way and have thus spent time and money on creating a safe and attractive residential environment for our tenants in other ways than purely through refurbishments. The company has employed staff with the sole purpose of making our tenants comfortable and secure, strolling the areas in evenings and nights. We have supported social projects to include more immigrants in the society and sponsored sport clubs for local initiatives for kids and youngsters. We have also increased our monitoring of our tenants’ view of how we perform in making them satisfied.  All this has also created a sense of purpose among our staff, which has increased work satisfaction and in all likelihood enhanced performance.  We will continue on our chosen path this year growing in the Stockholm region, renovating our portfolio, and continue exploring the development of building rights. Stockholm, 24 February 2016 Ulf Nilsson CEO, D. Carnegie & Co This information is information that D. Carnegie & Co AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 7 a.m. CET on 24 February 2016. 

Board proposals of the Nomination Committee for the 2017 Annual General Meeting

Board proposals of the Nomination Committee for the 2017 Annual General Meeting  The Nomination Committee proposes that the board continue to be composed of seven directors elected at the AGM, with no deputies, for the period until the next AGM. The Nomination Committee proposes re-election of the directors Kenth Eriksson, Marianne Brismar, Martin Lundstedt, Susanna Schneeberger, Martin Sköld, Claes Magnus Åkesson and election of Anders Nielsen as new director. Stefan Charette has declined re-election. It is proposed that Kenth Eriksson be elected chair of the board. Anders Nielsen was born in 1962 and has studied Industrial Economy at Linköping Institute of Technology. Anders Nielsen has previously been, inter alia, Technical Director at Scania Latin America, Senior Vice President for Scania’s chassis and cab production, Executive Vice President Production and Logistics Scania CV AB, and later CEO at MAN Truck & Bus AG. He was appointed to the board of Scania AB as Head of Production and Logistics in 2010. Anders Nielsen is currently Chief Technology Officer of Volkswagen Truck & Bus, which is the holding company of the brands Scania, MAN and MAN Latin America, and is also responsible for R&D activities across the Volkswagen Truck & Bus Group. He was appointed to the board of Haldex AB in 2015. The Nomination Committee for the AGM 2017 comprises of following members: Göran Espelund, chair (Lannebo Fonder), Erik Durhan (Nordea), Marianne Nilsson (Swedbank Robur Fonder) and Johan Strandberg (SEB Fonder). The Nomination Committee’s other proposals for the AGM on March 30, 2017 and the statement on the proposed board are available on the company´s website www.concentricab.com. For more information, please contact: Göran Espelund, chair of the Nomination Committee, phone +46 8 5622 5201.

MyFC Holding (publ) financial report January – December 2016

Significant events October – December · Commercial breakthrough: multimillion contract for JAQ with China’s largest mobile distributor, Telling Communications · Technical breakthrough: global first as myFC demonstrates a functioning fuel cell integrated into a smartphone · Key patent approved in Korea · Stock option redemption raises SEK 7.3 million Significant events after the end of the period · Technological breakthrough: LAMINA™Thin Film, the world’s thinnest fuel cell · Jörgen Lantto joins the myFC Board of Directors and invests in the company · Redemption of options plan raises SEK 25.9 million Comment from Björn Westerholm, CEO of myFC: “2016 was an eventful and intense year for us at myFC. We demonstrated the potential of fuel cells in smartphones, strengthened our technology and signed a breakthrough contract on the world’s largest smartphone market. We strengthened our IP portfolio, our production of fuel cards, our board of directors, our organization, and our finances. I look forward to 2017 with confidence.” For further information, please contact:myFC Press OfficeEmail: press@myfc.sePhone: +46 (0) 738 09 33 83 This information is information that myFC is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08:00 CET on 24 of February 2017.  

YEAR-END REPORT JANUARY – DECEMBER 2016 NICOCCINO HOLDING AB (publ)

Nicoccino Holding Development FORTH QUARTER SUMMARY and YEAR-END Report 2016The Board of Nicoccino Holding has decided during a transition period of 1-2 year not to release reports in English. For reference see the reports in Swedish at www.nicoccino.se. If any questions contact Anders Ulfhielm, CEO. About Nicoccino and our product ABOUT THE COMPANY Nicoccino has developed an innovative and patented nicotine product that after completion of a clinical study will be classified as a medicine for smoking cessation (Nicotine Replacement Therapy – NRT). With a clear classification, regulatory uncertainty will be reduced and new markets will open up that would otherwise not be accessible. Sales to consumers will be managed indirectly through a license model with international partners who are more financially equipped to reach out globally. In 2014/2015 a commercial test launch was conducted in the UK where Nicoccino™ was sold as a consumer product online, and in retail. This introduction confirmed that the concept works and that there is a great potential for this new type of nicotine product. In early 2016 a new strategy was formed with an increased focus on creating a product platform that can be used by partners who wish to establish themselves in the market of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) or want to expand their existing product portfolio. This new strategy has resulted in the prioritization of achieving a drugs classification for when entering partnerships. Nicoccino has its office located in Täby, outside of Stockholm. The company's shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm First North since June 2014 and can be found under the abbreviation NICO. Remium Nordic AB is the Nicoccino’s certified adviser. For further information, please visit: www.nicoccino.se/en ABOUT THE PRODUCT Nicoccino has developed a patented, innovative and discrete strip that through its unique delivery method instantly provides the user with nicotine without the detrimental side effects of smoking. The product is designed to offer smokers an attractive alternative when they want to quit smoking. After a pharmaceutical approval, the product will be sold as a smoking cessation drug (Nicotine Replacement Therapy – NRT).  Once the strip is placed under the lip and onto the gum, it delivers a quick and potent nicotine effect. Within a couple of minutes the nicotine has been expended and the film dissolves without leaving any residue in your mouth. The platform is formulated in Sweden and is the result of over ten years of research and development. The strip itself is leaf thin and alginate based, about half the size of a stamp. Each dose contains 1 mg of medically classified nicotine, an alginate base (extracted from brown seaweed), as well as natural flavorings and aromas. All additional substances are medically approved. For more information, visit Nicoccino’s website www.nicoccino.se/en, or contact: Anders Ulfhielm, CEO Nicoccino Holding AB+46 70 594 7618anders.ulfhielm@nicoccino.se  This information is information that Nicoccino Holding AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08:00 CET on 24th Feb 2017. The report has to be communicated in Swedish and English. If differences between the versions exist, the Swedish version is pertained.

Matchbook teams up with Evolution for more Live Casino content

As a result of the agreement, Matchbook will expand its Live Casino games offering with content from the full portfolio of Evolution Live Casino products on desktop, tablet and smartphone. The extended Live Casino content offering is expected to go live in Q2 2017. Matchbook already complements its leading sports betting offering with proprietary Casino Table Games and 3rd party Slots, Video Poker and Live Dealer content. As well as extending the number of Live Roulette and Blackjack tables currently offered, the agreement with Evolution gives Matchbook scope to add Immersive Roulette, Live Baccarat including Squeeze and Control Squeeze, numerous Live Dealer Poker variants and Evolution’s new Dream Catcher Live Lucky Wheel. Cian Nugent, speaking on behalf of Matchbook, said: “Having recently completed the switch to our brand new platform, this is just the latest in a series of significant improvements to the Matchbook customer experience and a further signal of our intent in 2017 and beyond. Live casino has been a big area of growth for us in the last 12 months already and with Evolution recognised as a leader in live casino, and with this agreement Matchbook players will have increased opportunities to play different games and different tables, across even more devices.” Sebastian Johannisson, Chief Commercial Officer at Evolution, commented: “We are very confident that Matchbook players will love their new extended line-up of Live Casino games. The Evolution games will bring something new, fresh and different – including exclusive titles such as Live Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Live Three Card Poker and Immersive Roulette. At the same time, the unique Progressive Jackpot side bet in our Live Caribbean Stud Poker adds potential for further big money wins alongside Matchbook’s existing Big Jackpots.” Johannisson added: “Very importantly, the Evolution games will significantly extend ‘anytime, anywhere’ access for Matchbook’s players. Mobile access to our Live Casino games now accounts for over 45% of game revenue across our network. Mobile play, available on over 200-plus tables is a fundamental bedrock growth in today’s Live Casino market.” About MatchbookMatchbook is a peer-to-peer betting exchange designed for smart bettors who want more value. Offering high-limit markets and low commissions, Matchbook returns maximum value to bettors, providing a competitive advantage over betting with a bookmaker. On Matchbook, bettors find better odds more often across all markets including football, NFL, NBA, MLB, and most recently, Horse Racing. In 2016 Matchbook became an Authorised Betting Partner in support of British Horse Racing. Matchbook is licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission.

Brighter Year End Report 2016.

The full Year End Report 2016 is available on Brighter's website www.brighter.se. A pdf copy is also attached to this press release. Summary of the financial year January 1 to  December 31 2016. ·Operating income amounted to SEK 23,076 thousand (SEK 15,722 thousand). ·Profit after financial items amounted to SEK -14,731 thousand (-11,468 thousand). ·Earnings per share before dilution SEK -0.32 (SEK -0.24). ·Earnings per share after dilution SEK -0.32 (SEK -0.24). Significant events during the period. ·2016-11-30 – Brighter signs agreement to launch the diabetes solution Actiste in Indonesia. ·2016-11-16 – Camanio Care AB secures funds amounting to SEK 9.4 million ahead of listing. ·2016-10-25 – Brighter merges its jDome-business with Bestic and plans listing as an independent company. ·2016-10-12 – The Swedish Patent and Registration Office grants Brighter’s patent application. ·2016-10-12 – Brighter wins arbitration case against former development partner. ·2016-10-11 – Brighter raises SEK 11.2 million through Private Placement. ·2016-10-04 – Brighter receives breakthrough order regarding jDome BikeAround in Denmark. Significant events after the period. ·2017-02-20 – Brighter signs agreement with Sonat for global logistics solution. · 2017-01-05 – Record date for distribution of shares in Camanio Care to Brighters shareholders has been set. A message from the CEO. In the fourth and final quarter of last year, we made several positive announcements that will transform our company. We strengthened our patent portfolio and signed an important agreement with the mobile network operator Indosat Ooredoo. We also formed a new and exciting company called Camanio Care, which is a merger between jDome and a company we acquired called Bestic AB. This new company will soon be listed on AktieTorget. On the whole, we are extremely happy with our progress in 2016, but we now have our sights set on the future and we have extremely high expectations for 2017 and the years to come. It is great to see so many people interested in what we are doing! This is something we noticed at the events we took part in last autumn, including Stockholm Tech Fest and Health 2.0, where we received a lot of attention. There is a great deal of interest in finding new, innovative ways of streamlining healthcare and helping patients lead a better life; Actiste is viewed as a good example of this. We believe that Brighter is in a good position to grow quickly as soon as Actiste is CE marked and launched on the market. Our success can be attributed to the partnerships that we have continued to secure over time, including those with Ericsson, Telia, Indosat Ooredoo and Sanmina. We recently signed an agreement with Sonat, which will help us to establish a scalable and effective logistics platform. The company is currently in the middle of the industrialization phase, which has entailed heavy focus on preparations for the launch. For example, we have done injection molding tools for the production of Actiste, and we are continuously working with our partners on various aspects of the launch, both in Sweden and in Southeast Asia. We are planning the initial launch in Sweden during the second half of 2017. We will then continue to scale up as we launch the solution in other countries and complete local registration processes. On the whole we are extremely satisfied with how things have gone so far in every area, and we cannot see anything that will disrupt our schedule, which will remain in place unless otherwise communicated. As mentioned previously, we acquired a company called Bestic AB in October, which develops and markets a number of innovative products and services in welfare technology, with focus on quality of life. We subsequently merged it with jDome. There are obvious synergies. The products and services they both bring to Camanio Care are aimed at the same target group, and by increasing our resources we can reach customers more effectively both here at home and abroad. Camanio Care will also invest heavily in developing new products. At the beginning of the year we distributed some of our holdings to our existing shareholders; we will remain a major owner, even though we will not be the majority owner. We believe that Camanio Care is in a perfect position to become a leading company in welfare technology, which will benefit both us and our shareholders. I would like to end by saying how wonderful it feels to see all the progress we are making with Actiste. The further we move into the industrialization phase, the closer we get to the launch – which can make the lives of millions of diabetics easier and streamline the entire care chain. Better and more modern care is clearly needed. This is something that we have become acutely aware of at the external events in which we have taken part.  It is great to start the new year with so much to look forward to – not only for us as a company but also for society. Truls Sjöstedt,Founder and CEO of Brighter AB For more information, please contact:Truls Sjöstedt, CEO      Tel: +46 709 73 46 00      Email: truls.sjostedt@brighter.se  Henrik Norström, COO      Tel: +46 733 40 30 45      Email: henrik.norstrom@brighter.se About Brighter AB. Brighter develops solutions for data-driven and mobile health services. Through its intellectual property and its first launch Actiste®, the company creates a more efficient care chain with focus on the individual. The goal is to simplify, streamline and enhance the information flow of relevant and reliable data between the patient and health care professionals. Brighter is initially focused on diabetes care and care for the elderly, but there are opportunities in the future to operate on a broader level, spanning more diseases and treatment approaches. This is done through The Benefit Loop®, Brighter’s cloud-based service that continuously collects, analyzes and shares data on the user's terms. The Company's shares are listed on NASDAQOMX FIRST NORTH/BRIG. Brighter's Certified Adviser is Remium Nordic AB, +46 (0)8 454 32 50, CorporateFinance@remium.com, www.remium.com. This information is information that Brighter AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 08:30 CET on 24 February 2017.

OrganoWood enter distribution agreements for the Benelux market.

OrganoClick's subsidiary OrganoWood manufactures and markets eco-friendly fire and rot protected wood and wood treatment products. OrganoWood has now entered into a sales and distribution agreement with Osmo Nederland B.V. for the Benelux market (Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg). The agreement is valid for Osmo Nederland B.V. to sell and distribute OrganoWood®s products for surface treatment of wood in the Benelux countries. OrganoWood®s wood products have been manufactured and marketed in Sweden since 2011. The OrganoWood® wood protection system consists of 3 products: ~        OrganoWood® 01. Protection: Rot & Flame protection. ~        OrganoWood® 02. Träskydd: Super hydrophobic Dirt & Water repellent protection. ~        OrganoWood® 03. Trärengöring: Organic Wood Cleaner. OrganoWood®s wood products were the first wood products in Sweden to be awarded the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation environmental labeling "Good Environmental Choice". Currently OrganoWood has distribution agreements for its wood protection system in the UK, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and now also in the Benelux countries. This has proven to be an expansion strategy that works very well. - "We are very selective when choosing distributors internationally. They are very important partners for us and a key part of our international expansion strategy. We are really looking forward to see what Osmo Netherlands can contribute to this expansion." says Jens Hamlin, CEO OrganoWood AB. The agreement with Osmo Nederland B.V. is a three-year contract. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. For more information, please contact:  Jens Hamlin, VD OrganoWood, Telefon: +46 72 250 21 79, Email: jens.hamlin@organowood.com ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. About OrganoClick OrganoClick AB (publ) is a public Swedish cleantech company listed on Nasdaq First North. The company develops, produces and markets functional materials based on environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. Examples of products that are marketed by OrganoClick are the water repellent fabric treatment OrganoTex®, the flame and rot-resistant timber OrganoWood® and biocomposite materials. OrganoClick was founded in 2006 as a commercial spin-off company based on research performed at Stockholm University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences within environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. OrganoClick has won a number of prizes, such as "Sweden's Most Promising Start -up" and "Sweden's Best Environmental Innovation", and has also received a number of awards, such as the WWF "Climate Solver" award and has also appeared for two years on the Affärsvärldens and NyTekniks list of Sweden's top 33 hottest technology companies. OrganoClick has its head office, production and R&D located in Täby, north of Stockholm. OrganoClick's Certified Adviser on Nasdaq First North is Erik Penser Bank. The information in this press release contains information that OrganoClick AB (publ) is obliged to release according to the EU's market regulation law number 596/2014. The information was published, of the contact person above, 24th of February 2017 at 08:30. 

Medivir’s Nomination Committee proposes new Board of Directors ahead of 2017 AGM

Stockholm, Sweden — Medivir AB (Nasdaq Stockholm: MVIR) today announced the Nomination Committee’s proposal for a new Board of Directors that will be submitted to the 2017 Annual General Meeting. The 2016-2017 Nomination Committee comprises representatives of the company’s three largest shareholders at the end of the third quarter of 2016 who have accepted a seat on the Nomination Committee, and the Chairman of the Board. The composition of the 2016-2017 Nomination Committee was as follows:  · Anders Hallberg, Chairman of the Nomination Committee, representing HealthInvest Partners AB · Maria Rengefors, representing Nordea Fonder · Bo Öberg, representing the class A shareholders · Anna Malm Bernsten, Chairman of the Board of Medivir The Nomination Committee has agreed, ahead of the upcoming 2017 Annual General Meeting, to propose that a new Board of Directors be appointed by means of the re-election of the Board’s existing Members, namely Anders Ekblom, Anders R Hallberg, Helena Levander and Anna Malm Bernsten, and the new election of two Members, namely Bengt Julander and Bengt Westermark. The Committee also proposes the re-election of Anna Malm Bernsten as Chairman of the Board.Thomas Axelsson and Johan Harmenberg have declined re-election.Bengt Julander, born 1953. Bengt Julander is a pharmacist and has worked in the pharmaceutical sector since 1978. Since 1990, he has primarily acted as an investor in and Member of the Boards of pharmaceutical development companies. Bengt has extensive experience of developing and commercialising products. Bengt Julander is the CEO of Linc AB, which invests in life sciences, and a Member of the Boards of Bringwell AB, Linc AB, Livland Skog AB, Pharmalink AB, Proequo AB, Sedana Medical AB, Stille AB and Swevet AB, and of a number of smaller companies.Bengt Westermark, born 1945. Bengt Westermark has been a Professor of Tumour Biology at Uppsala University, the Faculty of Medicine, since 1986. Between 1996 and 2002, he was the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Uppsala University, and was also the Vice-Rector of Medicine and Pharmacy there from 1999 to 2002. From 2003 to 2013, he was the Chairman of the Swedish Cancer Society’s research council. He has published over 300 papers in scientific journals, primarily on the mechanisms for the uncontrolled growth of cancer cells. Bengt Westermark is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the European Molecular Biology Organisation, and the European Academy of Cancer Sciences. He is a Member of the Board of Hamlet Pharma AB and is also a member of various advisory groups for the financing of medical research. Bengt has received a number of prizes and awards for his research and has been cited over 25,000 times by other researchers.For more information please contact:Anders M Hallberg, HealthInvest Partners AB, +46 (0)8-440 38 30. About MedivirMedivir develops innovative pharmaceutical products for the treatment of cancer. The company specialises in protease inhibitor research and nucleotide/nucleoside science and conducts research in all stages of the drug development process, from original idea to clinical phase III studies. Its development work is done both in-house and through partnerships.

A sustainable city features public transport and diverse services

YIT’s residential construction projects in Russia emphasise accessible services, good transport connections and comfort.  “The concept of a sustainable city has many different aspects and can be defined in numerous ways,” says Juha Kostiainen, Senior Vice President, Sustainable Urban Development, at YIT. “YIT believes that good public transport connections and a diverse service environment are key elements in this respect.”  According to Kostiainen, effective public transport and a diverse service environment featuring both public and private service providers reduce the need for transport—especially the need for passenger cars. “Transport always affects the carbon footprint. A well-planned urban structure that offers good public transport and easily accessible services can reduce the need to move about. It is essential to provide a wide range of activities in the area.”    Kostiainen explains that YIT’s goal in sustainable urban development is to broaden the perspective and examine the energy efficiency of entire residential areas instead of individual buildings.  “Especially in Finland, the energy efficiency of buildings is very good, and the new norms that will take effect in the near future will make it even better. It is therefore more important to focus on entire areas.” The notion of a sustainable city also includes a social aspect. “Residents must feel their environment is valuable and aesthetically pleasing. This motivates them to take care of it,” says Kostiainen. Examples of ways to make living environments more comfortable include providing space for environmental art, ensuring the biodiversity of areas left in their natural state and organising various events. In the Helsinki Konepaja district, YIT has in the past two years participated in the residents’ cleaning day and in the arrangements for the Finnish graffiti championship.   In Russia, YIT maintains and services over 25,000 apartments and their living environments. YIT Service, YIT’s maintenance company in Russia, organises many different events for its customers throughout the year. The volunteer events known as Eco-Saturdays, which go back several years, have been immensely popular among residents. During Eco-Saturdays, residents and YIT Service employees get together to clean, spruce up and enliven the yards.  Sustainable design in practice  YIT has carried out several projects in Russia based on the concept of a sustainable city. A residential area known as Rifei with more than 2,000 apartments is under development in the suburb of Verkhnyaya Pyshma, to the north of Yekaterinburg. Construction began in 2011 and, to date, seven apartment buildings with more than 700 apartments have been completed. There is also a day-care centre in the area. “Rifei is a great example of sustainable urban planning. The area’s strengths include the short distance to Verkhnyaya Pyshma, a city of 70,000 residents, and its workplaces, as well as the access to a ready urban infrastructure,” Kostiainen explains.  In Kazan, YIT is constructing a residential area called Sovremennik, which comprises 11 apartment buildings, three car parks and a day-care centre. Sovremennik is located in the Novo-Savinovski district in north-eastern Kazan close to a wide range of services and an effective public transport network. True to its name, Sovremennik is a modern residential area. Its buildings feature the latest materials and residential technology, not forgetting environmental aspects. In Zhukovsky, a suburb of Moscow, YIT is constructing a residential area known as Mikrorajon 5A. The area now features 13 apartment buildings, with ground-floor facilities designed to be used as business premises for local services. The area will also include a day-care centre and two car parks. The services and transport network of Zhukovsky are highly developed, and the suburb has been nominated as one of Russia’s 12 science cities.  One of the differences between Russian and Finnish construction projects is that in Russia the developer also participates in the design and construction of the area’s schools and day-care centres.  “We talk about social infrastructure in this context,” says Kostiainen. “The idea is to build socially viable environments that offer both apartments and the necessary local services. An area where schools, day-care centres and other services are accessible by foot is comfortable and practical, even if public transport still needs to be developed.” The present and future side by side  Sustainable urban environments are not only created through new construction. They can also be created at existing sites. In Smolny Prospekt in St. Petersburg, YIT is renovating three old buildings in the historical city centre and constructing three new buildings, which will house nearly 400 luxury apartments. The new buildings were designed by the Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill. The area will also include a day-care centre, a two-storey underground car park and green spaces. The project’s architecture has been carefully designed to match the surrounding historical urban environment and create a prestigious and comfortable living environment for the residents of this significant district. “I have worked on large urban projects around the world, and it is only in Russia where they truly understand what visionary urban development is about,” says Bofill. “The architectural tradition born in the early 1900s has had a major impact on capitals around the world, starting in places such as Beijing and later spreading elsewhere. Our designs in Smolny Prospekt were inspired, among other things, by the Winter Palace, which is also located by the Neva River in the historical centre of St. Petersburg.”  “In Europe, converting areas such as old machine shop districts into residential and cultural areas has been a popular trend in recent years,” says Juha Kostiainen. “Such projects, carried out in a dense urban structure, enable the creation of interesting and comfortable mixed-use environments where residents have easy access to many different types of services.”   For further information, please contact: Juha Kostiainen, Senior Vice President, Sustainable Urban Development, YIT Corporation, tel. +358 400 721 475, juha.kostiainen@yit.fi Hanna Malmivaara, Vice President, Communications, YIT Corporation, tel. +358 (0)40 561 6568, hanna.malmivaara@yit.fi YIT creates better living environment by developing and constructing housing, business premises, infrastructure and entire areas. Our vision is to bring more life in sustainable cities. We want to focus on caring for customer, visionary urban development, passionate execution and inspiring leadership. Our growth engine is urban development involving partners. Our operating area covers Finland, Russia, the Baltic countries, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. In 2016, our revenue amounted to nearly EUR 1.8 billion, and we employ about 5,300 employees. Our share is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki. www.yitgroup.com 

Minesto and Stena Line engage in joint project for build-up of the renewable energy sector in Wales

Minesto and Stena Line have today signed an agreement in which Stena Line has committed to building an assembly hall on their land at the port in Holyhead, Wales. The assembly hall will be leased to Minesto and used for the upcoming rollout of Deep Green, Minesto’s unique technology for cost-effective electricity production from slowly flowing underwater currents. Minesto’s first commercial power plant array will be installed in Holyhead Deep off the coast of North Wales. The company recently announced plans (http://minesto.com/news-media/minesto-expand-commercial-roll-out-deep-green-technology) to expand the project from 10MW to 80MW installed capacity. This expansion would allow Minesto’s power plants to supply as many as 80,000 Welsh households with locally produced, reliable and renewable electricity. The assembly hall in Holyhead Port is a key part of this process, allowing both assembly and service & maintenance of the power plants to take place in Holyhead Port. “We are very pleased to have finalised this agreement with Stena Line. With its direct quay access for offshore transports to and from site we have secured a unique location that suits us perfect. In the establishment of our technology, it is also crucial to work with professional and long-term partners such as Stena Line. We are two companies from Gothenburg, exploiting these ocean energy business opportunities together in Wales, which adds to the excitement”, says Dr Martin Edlund, CEO of Minesto. Stena Line has been active in Holyhead for many years, as owner of the port and through the company's ferry operations on the Irish Sea, with five routes connecting Ireland and Great Britain. “This investment creates value for Stena Line in several ways and demonstrates opportunities in port operations linked to ocean renewables”, says Björn Petrusson, Chief Commercial Officer at Stena Line. “Our sustainability strategy has a clear focus on clean energy so participating in the development of new renewable energy sources is natural to us. This investment is good for our business and is also an investment in a better future for all of us”, Björn Petrusson concludes. The assembly hall is scheduled for completion in June 2017. For additional information please contact: Magnus MatssonCommunications Manager, Minesto AB+46 70 570 75 08press@minesto.com Jesper WalterssonPress and media manager Stena Line+46 704 85 85 32jesper.waltersson@stenaline.com About Minesto Minesto is a marine energy technology company with the mission to minimise the global carbon footprint of the energy industry by enabling commercial power production from low-velocity tidal and ocean currents. Minesto’s award winning and patented product, Deep Green, is the only proven marine power plant that operates cost efficiently in areas with low-velocity currents. In May 2015, Minesto secured a €13m investment from the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh European Funding Office, for the commercial rollout of Deep Green. Minesto was founded in 2007 and has offices in Gothenburg, Sweden, Holyhead, Wales and Portaferry, Northern Ireland. The major shareholders in Minesto are BGA Invest and Midroc New Technology. The Minesto share (MINEST) is traded on the Nasdaq First North Stockholm stock exchange, with G&W Fondkommission as Certified Adviser. Read more about Minesto at www.minesto.com Press images and other media material is available for download via bit.ly/minestomedia. The information in this press release is such that Minesto AB (publ) shall announce publicly according to the EU Regulation No 596/2014 on market abuse (MAR). The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 09:00 CET on 24 February 2017.

"The future looks bright for the company and for plants."

July-December: · Net turnover was KSEK 13,185 (9,709)  · Operating profit/loss was KSEK -22,609 (-18,256), involving a negative operating margin (neg)  · Profit/loss after tax was KSEK -25,525 (-19,717) or SEK --1 (-1)  per share  · Operating cash flow was KSEK -14,261 (-16,458). Total cash flow was KSEK 68,346 (11,621)  January-December: · Net turnover was KSEK 23 053 (13 686)  · Operating profit/loss was KSEK -42,762 (-32,360) involving a negative operating margin (neg)  · Profit/loss after tax was KSEK -45,763 (-33,954) or SEK -1 (-2) per share  · Operating cash flow was KSEK -38,252 (-31,979). Total cash flow was KSEK 54,092 (12,721)  Important events  July – September  · Heliospectra receives an order from cannabis growers in Alaska.  · Fortune 500 global agtech company standardises using technology from Heliospectra.  October – December  · Heliospectra lamps installed in advanced plant research facility.  · The Board of Heliospectra investigated whether the company’s equity was less than half of the company’s registered share capital by preparing a balance sheet for liquidation purposes. The Board confirmed that there was no actual capital deficiency either as of 30 September 2016, before or during the remaining time until the share issue. The conditions for continued operation could therefore not have been called into question at any time during the period.  · An extraordinary general meeting was held on 8 November 2016.  · The company’s main owner issued capital adequacy guarantees that guaranteed that equity does not at any time fall below the registered share capital. The guarantees were in force until the share issue, which was also guaranteed in full by one of the main owners.  · Heliospectra’s preferential share issue of approximately SEK 91 million, which was concluded on 2 December 2016, was oversubscribed. In view of the high level of demand from both new and existing shareholders, the oversubscription issue was exercised to an amount of approximately SEK 16 million. Heliospectra thus received a total of approximately SEK 107 million before share issue costs and just under 1,200 new shareholders.  · The company Fleurish Farms achieves success in the field of energy-efficient cannabis growing with a solution that integrates equipment that captures sunlight with Heliospectra’s technology.  Events after the period  · Heliospectra appoints Ali Ahmadian as new CEO. Departing CEO Staffan Hillberg will continue to be involved as an advisor to Heliospectra.  · Heliospectra makes presentation on Cannabis Investor Webcast on 26 January 2017.  · Heliospectra number 42 in Deloitte Global’s 2016 Technology Fast 500™ EMEA List of the fastest-growing companies.  CEO's comments:  Dear Heliospectra AB shareholder,  Heliospectra continues to develop well. Turnover increased by 75% from 2015 to 2016 while there was an increase in marketing efforts and strategic product development continued. The company’s strategy to focus on three segments – agtech companies/institutions/universities, greenhouses/indoor cultivation and medicinal plants – has clearly been successful. All segments are growing strongly and Heliospectra has gained a very firm foothold in each market segment with key reference customers. Market factors are also favouring the company with increased urbanisation, demands for better and more nutritious food, significant climate change, increased automation and the increasing development of medicinal plants. The company made major investments in marketing during the year, and we expect this to have positive effects during 2017.   As departing CEO, I can look back on amazing developments over the past seven years. I started as a part-time consultant in 2010, hired by the main owners to evaluate the market, technology and the company’s position. Even then we could confirm that Heliospectra possessed amazing competence, and with in-depth knowledge of how plants function we have learned how different kinds of lighting levels can affect plants in order to optimise taste, content, form, quality and life span, while at the same time you can replace old kinds of lamps and save large amounts of energy. Furthermore, the fact that we were working on something that was important for mankind became clearer still, as we then noted changes in the weather that were creating problems for growers.  From the company’s beginnings in 2006 there was a vision of a hi-tech cultivation system that combined adjustable lamps with sensors and software. This formed the basis of the company’s very first patent, which was submitted in 2008 and has now been approved virtually all over the world. The original patent was then supplemented and there is now a full patent portfolio to protect Heliospectra’s technology. The company has purposefully developed the system and has now finally reached a technological milestone, as in February 2017 we held our first seminar on DLI (Daily Light Integral), in which we showed how we can automatically maintain desired light levels in the greenhouse by using sensors and software to control our lamps. To this we can connect our weather forecasts and energy prices in order to optimise energy consumption and thus bring energy savings to the system itself in addition to the direct savings generated by our lamps. The market has already highlighted the system with articles and presentations online.[1] (http://file///C:/Users/Christopher%20Steele/Desktop/IR%20sidan/Bokslutskommunik%C3%A9/Release%20Year%20End%20Report%20Heliospectra%202016.docx#_ftn1)  Heliospectra’s position in the market and growth potential has enabled us to attract a very competent CEO who will take the company forwards. It feels reassuring for me to hand over the helm to Ali Ahmadian, and it will be exciting to monitor future developments. Ali has a background as a successful entrepreneur, after which he spent much of his life in business development, sales and international marketing at Tetra Pak. All in all, this is an ideal combination to take Heliospectra on to new successes.  For me personally, it has been an honour to take Heliospectra to this position, and I would like to thank everyone who has been with us on the journey and supported us, but above all my employees who have done the work. The future looks bright for the company and for plants.  Staffan Hillberg, CEO until 31 January 2017  The full report is available at http://irheliospec.aaff.se/en/reports-downloads/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- [1] (http://file///C:/Users/Christopher%20Steele/Desktop/IR%20sidan/Bokslutskommunik%C3%A9/Release%20Year%20End%20Report%20Heliospectra%202016.docx#_ftnref1) http://www.hortidaily.com/article/32097/Does-your-winter-greenhouse-tomato-know-what-it-could-yield and http://bit.ly/2jtQR4R 

Ann Persson Grivas - new Director General of LFV

– Ann Persson Grivas has genuine experience from trade and industry as well as working in a large governmental agency. Therefore, I am pleased that Ann Persson Grivas has accepted the offer to direct and continue on the path of LFV’s positive progress, as well as for her to manage the challenges LFV are facing and the all important efficiency program in progress, says Mrs. Anna Johansson, Minister of Infrastructure for Sweden. LFV is a state-owned enterprise responsible for managing air traffic control at several airports in Sweden as well as handling the En route traffic in Swedish airspace. LFV has many international assignments and are recognised as a key player in developing solutions for the industry. LFV are devoted to flight safety, innovation, efficiency and customer focus, these are foundations upon which we guide our brand and organisation.– Ann Persson Grivas has extensive experience in leadership and change management roles, which is necessary to be able to continue LFV’s ongoing transformation. Her focus on results, development, quality and customers are central to LFV's continued development. Ann comes from leadership positions in large, complex, national and international organizations such as Försäkringskassan, SAS, mobile operator 3, Sony Ericsson and Vattenfall, says Mr. Jan Olson, chairman of the board at LFV.– To be on a continuous path of developed is a prerequisite for survival, especially in an industry like aviation. Aviation is also close to my heart after my years at SAS (Scandinavian Airline Systems). Digitalisation is an area that fuels change and I want to be a part of leading that transformation for LFV as we ensure that LFV continue to compete successfully in Sweden and globally, says Ann Persson Grivas.  For more information please contact LFV’s Press Service at +46 11 19 20 50. Photos can be downloaded at news.cision.com/, search for LFV. LFV operates air traffic management and associated services for civil and military aviation and is Sweden's leading player in this area. Through various forms of collaboration, LFV also participates in the development of European airspace. LFV has long experience in providing aviation consultancy services in the international market. Research and development is one of its focus areas and LFV offers smart solutions for future aviation. Remotely operated air traffic management is a completely new method of controlling aircraft, first developed by LFV and currently attracting global attention. LFV has around 1,100 employees and a turnover of SEK 3.1 billion. Facts about LFV   · LFV controls air traffic at 20 airports and from three control centres in Sweden. · LFV is partnered with GAL, Global Aerospace Logistics, a supplier of air navigation services in the United Arab Emirates. · LFV has more than 70 years ’ experience and knowledge of air navigation services and aviation safety.  30 years ’experience of doing business in more than 50 countries. · LFV is a public enterprise. · 726,000 aircraft movements in Swedish airspace in 2016. · 99.9% punctuality. · 100% air safety goals achieved. Facts about Ann Persson Grivas · Age: 55. · Place of residence: Stockholm. · Professional experience: 2008-2017 Försäkringskassan; in various managerial positions, as Assistant Director General, Director in Chief, Deputy Director General, Insurance Director 2001-2008 Sony Ericsson, Vattenfall, mobil operator 3, 1986-2001 SAS. · Education: University of Uppsala, Graduate within the Faculty of Humanities

Notice for bondholders’ meeting (written procedure) due to the sale of Candyking to Cloetta

Reference is made to the press release on 17 February 2017 in relation to the divestment of, inter alia, all shares in Candyking Holding AB (publ) (the “Company” or “Candyking”) and the Company’s bond-loan in a nominal amount of MSEK 750 (the “Bonds”) to a wholly owned subsidiary of Cloetta AB (publ) (“Cloetta”). At the request of the Company in agreement with certain bondholders, the agent has today summoned a bondholders’ meeting by way of a procedure in writing to resolve upon approval of the transaction, the exchange of instruments and other resolutions necessary in connection therewith. The notice, including proposals for resolutions, has today been published at the Company’s website (candyking.com). As further detailed in the notice, the initial purchase price amounts to MSEK 325 on a cash and debt free basis. The purchase price for the shares and Bonds after adjustments for cash and debt is estimated to approximately MSEK 307 in the purchase agreement and will be finally determined in connection with closing (note that this is an estimate surrounded by uncertainty and that the final purchase price may deviate from the estimate negatively or positively). The bondholders are entitled to 97 percent, i.e., in aggregate approximately MSEK 297 of the estimated purchase price. Based upon Cloetta’s and Candyking’s combined sales volume of pick and mix in confectionary and natural snacks in the Nordics, the United Kingdom, Poland and the Baltics during 2018, an additional purchase price of maximum MSEK 225 may become payable, out of which the bondholders are entitled to 97 percent, i.e., in aggregate maximum approximately MSEK 218 (note that the additional purchase price may be SEK 0). For a full description of the proposed resolutions, see further in the notice. The transaction in subject to approval from the Swedish Competition Authority and approval of the bondholders at a bondholders’ meeting. In case of questions, please contact: Dani Evanoff +46 73-503 97 97 About this information Candyking Holding AB (publ) publishes this information in accordance with the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 10 CET on 24 February 2017.  About Candyking Candyking was founded in 1984 and is a leading concept supplier of pick and mix candy in the Nordic countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Poland. Today, Candyking has more than 8,000 points of sale and offer stores an integrated concept which includes products, displays and accompanying store and logistic services. Candyking’s trademarks in confectionary are Candyking, Karamellkungen and Candyking Favourites. The company is also a leading pick and mix supplier within natural snacks in Sweden and Finland under the Parrot brand. More information is available at www.candyking.com.

New member proposed for Swedish Match Board of Directors

Pauline Lindwall is currently a Senior Advisor and Independent Board Director in public companies in Sweden and Germany. Current board assignments include Celesio AG, Duni AB, and Lantmännen. She holds a BSc in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Växjö, Sweden (1984). Pauline Lindwall has worked with some of the most recognized brands in the world and has international experience having worked in Sweden, the UK, Denmark, Indonesia, Germany, and Switzerland. During 1984 – 2012 she held several positions within the Nestlé Group, of which the most recent were Country Business Manager for Nestlé Nutrition Germany & Austria based in Frankfurt and Country Business Manager for Nestlé Nutrition Indonesia, Jakarta. After almost 30 years with Nestlé, Pauline Lindwall joined Mondelez, (an American multinational confectionery, food, and beverage company based in Illinois, US in a Category Director role for France and Southern Europe within the coffee business. Pauline Lindwall has extensive experience in fast moving consumer goods as well as knowledge and experience from working with regulatory products, particularly within the pharmacy and healthcare sector. The Nominating Committee has also made particular note of Pauline Lindwall’s experience from being a non-executive board member in a pharmacy company were she has been acquainted with the process of selling prescription drugs which will benefit the Board of Directors. The current Swedish Match Board member Meg Tivéus has announced that she is not available for re-election at the upcoming Annual General Meeting. Consequently, the Nominating Committee proposes re-election of the present Board members Conny Karlsson, Charles A. Blixt, Andrew Cripps, Jacqueline Hoogerbrugge, Wenche Rolfsen and Joakim Westh. New election is proposed of Pauline Lindwall. The Nominating Committee proposes Conny Karlsson as the Chairman of the Board and Andrew Cripps as the deputy Chairman of the Board. In addition to the Chairman of the Board, Conny Karlsson, the Nominating Committee comprises the following members: William James (Standard Life Investments), Mark Husson (Cedar Rock Capital), Daniel Ovin (Nordea Asset Management) and Ulrika Danielson (The Second Swedish National Pension Fund). Daniel Ovin has acted as the Chairman of the Nominating Committee. The Company’s General Counsel, Marie-Louise Heiman, acted as secretary to the Nominating Committee. ___________

Notice of Annual General Meeting of Saab AB

Admission and registration will commence at 13.30 (CET). For information about buses, please see www.saabgroup.com/arsstamma. RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND NOTIFICATION Only the shareholders that are recorded in the Shareholders' Register issued by Euroclear Sweden AB on Thursday, 30 March 2017 are entitled to participate in the Annual General Meeting after submitting notification to the Company. Shareholders who have their shares registered in the name of a nominee must temporarily be recorded in the Shareholders’ Register in their own names (so called registration of voting rights) to be entitled to participate in the meeting subject to notification to the Company. In order to be recorded in the Shareholders’ Register on Thursday, 30 March 2017, shareholders must request such registration with their bank or trustee well in advance of that date. Please note that this procedure also applies to shareholders using bank custody accounts. Shareholders wishing to attend the Annual General Meeting must notify Saab no later than Thursday, 30 March 2017 -       by telephone +46 13 18 20 55 (weekdays between 9 and 17 (CET)), -       by post under address Saabs Årsstämma, Box 7839, SE-103 98 Stockholm, Sweden, or -       via the Company’s website www.saabgroup.com/arsstamma. Notification to the Company must include the shareholder's name, personal- or corporate identification number (if applicable), address and telephone number, and notification of the number of possible assistants. If the shareholder is represented through a Power of Attorney, a registration certificate or other authorisation document, these documents should be sent to Saab AB, CEO Office, Box 12062, SE-102 22 Stockholm, Sweden, well in advance of the Annual General Meeting. A proxy form is available on the Company’s website, www.saabgroup.com/arsstamma. The Annual General Meeting will be conducted in Swedish. AGENDA 1. Election of Chairman of the Meeting 2. Approval of the Voting list 3. Approval of the Agenda 4. Election of persons to verify the Minutes 5. Question as to whether the Meeting has been duly convened 6. Presentation of the Annual Report and the Auditor’s report, the Consolidated Annual Report and the Consolidated Auditor’s report as well as the Auditor’s statement regarding whether the guidelines for remuneration to senior executives have been complied with 7. Speech by the President 8. Resolutions on a)    Approval of the parent Company’s Income Statement and Balance Sheet, and the Consolidated Income Statement and Balance Sheet b)    Allocations of profit according to the approved Balance Sheet and record date for dividend c)    Discharge from liability for the Board Members and the President 9. Determination of the number of Board Members and deputy Board Members 10. Determination of fees for the Board and the Auditor 11. Election of Board Members and deputy Board Members a)    New election of Danica Kragic Jensfelt b)    New election of Daniel Nodhäll c)    New election of Erika Söderberg Johnson d)    Re-election of Håkan Buskhe e)    Re-election of Sten Jakobsson f)     Re-election of Sara Mazur g)    Re-election of Bert Nordberg h)   Re-election of Cecilia Stegö Chilò i)     Re-election of Marcus Wallenberg j)      Re-election of Joakim Westh k)    Re-election of Marcus Wallenberg as Chairman of the Board 12. Resolution on the Board’s proposal on guidelines for remuneration and other terms of employment for senior executives 13. Resolution on the Board’s proposal on a Long-term Incentive Program 2017/2018 and acquisition and transfer of own shares a)    Implementation of LTI 2017/2018 – Share Matching Plan 2018, Performance Share Plan 2018 and Special Projects Incentive 2017 b)    Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of shares and resolution on transfers of own shares to the participants in LTI 2017/2018 c)    Equity swap agreement with third party 14. Resolution on the Board’s proposal on acquisition and transfer of own shares a)    Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisition of own shares b)    Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve on transfer of own shares in connection with acquisitions of companies c)    Transfer of own shares to cover costs as a result of previous years’ implementation of incentive programs 15. Closing of the Annual General Meeting PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS: THE BOARD’S PROPOSAL FOR DIVIDEND AND RECORD DATE (item 8 b) The Board proposes a dividend of 5.25 SEK per share. Friday, 7 April 2017 is proposed as record date. Provided that the Shareholders’ Meeting resolves according to this proposal, payment of the dividend is expected to be made from Euroclear Sweden AB on Wednesday, 12 April 2017. THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE’S PROPOSALS FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND FEES (items 1, 9, 10 and 11) The Nomination Committee consists of Petra Hedengran, Investor AB (Chairman), Peter Wallenberg Jr, Knut and Alice Wallenberg’s Foundation, Jan Andersson, Swedbank Robur Funds, Anders Algotsson, AFA Försäkring and Marcus Wallenberg, Chairman of the Board of Saab AB. The Nomination Committee proposes the following resolutions. -      Advokat Sven Unger, member of the Swedish Bar Association, as Chairman of the Annual General Meeting. (Item 1) -      Ten Board Members and no deputy Board Members. (Item 9) -        An increase of the Board fees to 1,550,000 (1,430,000) SEK to the Chairman, to 640,000 (610,000) SEK to the Deputy Chairman and to 570,000 (560,000) SEK to each of the other Board Members elected by the Shareholders’ Meeting and not employed by the Company. An increase of compensation for work in the Audit Committee to 225,000 (200,000) SEK to the Chairman of the Audit Committee, and to 150,000 (135,000) SEK to each of the other Audit Committee Members. Unchanged compensation for work in the Remuneration Committee with 135,000 SEK to the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and 80,000 SEK to each of the other Remuneration Committee Members. (Item 10) -      Auditor’s fees to be paid according to approved invoice. (Item 10) -      Re-election of the following Board Members: Håkan Buskhe, Sten Jakobsson, Sara Mazur, Bert Nordberg, Cecilia Stegö Chilò, Marcus Wallenberg and Joakim Westh. New election of Danica Kragic Jensfelt, Daniel Nodhäll and Erika Söderberg Johnson. The following Board Members have declined re-election: Johan Forssell, Per-Arne Sandström and Lena Treschow Torell. (Item 11) Danica Kragic Jensfelt is Professor and Vice-Dean at the School of Computer Science and Communication at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) as well as Director of the Centre for Autonomous Systems at KTH. She is also Board member of FAM AB and the Institute for Future Studies. Danica holds a M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Computer Science and is a Docent in Computer Science. She is born 1971. Daniel Nodhäll is Head of Listed Core Investments and member of the Management Group at Investor AB. He is also Board member of Husqvarna AB, as well as member of the Audit Committee, and he has earlier been Board member of Kunskapsskolan Education Sweden AB. Daniel has also been Investment Manager, Head of Capital Goods at Investor AB. Daniel Nodhäll has a M.Sc. in Economics and Business from the Stockholm School of Economics and is born 1978. Erika Söderberg Johnson is Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and member of the Executive Management at Biotage AB. Moreover, she is Board member in Sectra AB and MedCap AB, as well as chairman of the Audit Committee for both of these companies. Erika has earlier been, inter alia, CFO at Karo Bio AB, Affibody AB and Global Genomics AB and advisor within Investment Banking at Enskilda, SEB. Erika has a M.Sc. in Economics and Business from the Stockholm School of Economics and is born 1970. Information on the Board Members, proposed for re-election, is available on the Company’s website. -       Re-election of Marcus Wallenberg as Chairman of the Board of Saab AB. (Item 11) THE BOARD’S PROPOSAL ON GUIDELINES FOR REMUNERATION AND OTHER TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT FOR SENIOR EXECUTIVES (item 12) Background and reasons The Remuneration Committee has evaluated the application of the guidelines for remuneration to senior executives of Saab AB that were resolved at the Annual General Meeting 2016 and the current remuneration structures and remuneration levels in the Company. The Remuneration Committee is of the opinion that the guidelines that were resolved in 2016 achieve their purposes to facilitate the recruitment and retention of senior executives. The Remuneration Committee has recommended the Board of Directors to propose to the Annual General Meeting to adopt principles of remuneration with in principle the same content as those that were resolved at the Annual General Meeting in 2016. Certain clarifications are proposed in the guidelines concerning miscellaneous terms. In light of the above, the Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves on the following guidelines for remuneration and other terms of employment for senior executives. Guidelines The senior executives comprise the President and other members of the Group Management. The members of this group are presented on the Company’s website. In some special cases, these guidelines may also comprise Board Members of Saab AB, as described below. Saab shall offer market terms, enabling the Company to recruit and retain senior executives. To the greatest extent possible, remuneration structures shall be characterised by predictability with respect to both the cost for the Company and the benefit for the employee. They shall be based on factors such as position, competence, experience and performance. Benchmarking shall be made regularly relative to comparable industries and markets. The Board’s proposal is based mainly on agreements in effect between Saab AB and individual executives. No board fees are to be paid to members of the Group Management for participation on the boards of the business areas or Saab subsidiaries. The Remuneration Committee is responsible for developing and reviewing remuneration and other employment terms for the Group Management. The Board shall be entitled to divert from the guidelines, if there are reasonable grounds to do so in an individual case. These guidelines apply from the Annual General Meeting 2017. Fixed remuneration Cash remuneration shall consist of fixed salary. The fixed salary shall be reviewed annually as per 1 January for all members of the Group Management. The fixed salary shall be at market terms and based on factors such as position, competence, experience and performance. Variable remuneration Saab’s operations are mainly characterised by the development of technically advanced products and systems. Products are marketed, further developed, produced and maintained during long periods of time, in some cases three to four decades, which generally entails substantial investments and long-term customer relations all over the world. Consequently, it is important that senior executives have a long-term view and a long-term commitment in the Company’s operations and profits. Therefore long-term incentive is especially well suited to Saab and its shareholders. The long-term variable remuneration consists of share based incentive programs. The President and senior executives are entitled to participate in the long-term share based incentive programs resolved by the Shareholders’ Meeting. In extraordinary cases, agreements of a one-time nature for variable cash remuneration may be made, provided that such agreements are made solely on an individual basis for recruitment or retention purposes only, or as compensation for extraordinary efforts beyond the individual’s ordinary assignment, and that such remuneration shall never exceed the amount of the fixed annual salary and shall not be paid more than once a year per individual. Resolutions on such remuneration shall be made by the Board based on a proposal from the Remuneration Committee. Variable cash remuneration shall not be paid in other cases. Incentive programs proposed to the Annual General Meeting 2017 The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting 2017 resolves on a long-term incentive program, consisting of Share Matching Plan 2018, Performance Share Plan 2018 and Special Projects Incentive 2017. The terms and estimated cost for the long-term incentive program are presented in the Board’s complete proposal to the Annual General Meeting. Other benefits All members of the Group Management may be entitled to other benefits in accordance with local practice. The benefits shall contribute to facilitating the executive’s discharge of his or her duties. These benefits shall not constitute a material part of the total compensation and shall be equivalent to what is considered reasonable in relation to market practice. Other benefits may for example be a company car, travels, overnight accommodation and medical insurance. Pension For pension agreements entered into after 1 January 2005, the pension age is minimum 62 years. In addition to the ITP agreement, the pension is premium based and provisions are made annually. For the President, the provision is equivalent to maximum 35 per cent of the fixed salary. For other senior executives the percentage is based on a set of regulations in the so-called Saab plan. According to this plan, the percentage is dependent on the number of years remaining until the age of retirement upon joining the plan. The aggregate insurance balance should cover a targeted pension from 65 years of age of approximately 32.5 per cent of salary levels between 20 and 30 basic income amounts and approximately 50 per cent of segments above 30 basic income amounts. All senior executives may also be entitled to strengthened disability pension and survivors’ pension. Miscellaneous terms All executives in the Group Management, including the President, may terminate their employment with a maximum of six months’ notice. If the employment is terminated by Saab, the notice period is six months, and after the notice period, severance equal to one year’s salary is paid. An additional year’s salary is payable if no new employment has been obtained during the first 18 months from the time the notice of termination was served. With respect to employment agreements made after 1 January 2005, and in cases where Saab terminates the employment, a maximum severance pay of 18 months can be payable in addition to the normal six-month notice period. The notice period and severance pay in total shall not exceed 24 months. Any income from severance pay will normally be deducted against income from other employment during the corresponding time. Consultant fees to Board Members Saab AB Board Members, elected by the Shareholders’ Meeting, may in special cases receive a fee for services performed within their respective areas of expertise, separately from their Board duties and for a limited period of time. Compensation for these services shall be paid at market terms. Information in the Annual Report note 10 Note 10 of the Annual Report includes a description of existing remunerations for senior executives, including fixed and variable compensation, long-term incentive programs and other benefits. THE BOARD’S PROPOSAL ON A LONG-TERM INCENTIVE PROGRAM 2017/2018 AND ACQUISITION AND TRANSFER OF OWN SHARES (item 13) Background and reasons for the proposals The Shareholders’ Meeting of Saab AB (“Saab”) has, for a number of years, resolved on long-term Share Matching Plan for all employees and Performance Share Plan for senior executives and other key employees. The Board of Directors finds it important and in all shareholders’ interest that employees of the Group have a long-term interest in a good value development of the share in the Company. The Board of Directors has also implemented a policy with a requirement of certain shareholdings for senior executives. In light of this, the Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting the below long-term incentive program for employees (“LTI 2017/2018”). The proposed terms and conditions for LTI 2017/2018 correspond to the terms and conditions imposed by LTI 2014, supplemented by a program related to special projects. From a historical perspective, the Company has an exceptionally high order backlog, including certain special projects with important milestones. Executing these special projects is one of the Company’s greatest challenges over the coming years and is a step in the Company’s efforts to take the Company to the next level in terms of turnover. This is also a significant part of achieving long-term financial goals. Meeting this challenge requires both that Saab can retain the best competencies and their loyalty, and that the Company’s management and other key employees continue to deliver results and performance at a very high level. In order to attract and motivate the relevant target group, it is therefore proposed that the Performance Share Plan is complemented by a Special Projects Incentive for up to 45 key employees. With this addition, the terms and conditions of LTI 2017/2018 are deemed effective. The proposed LTI 2017/2018 now consists of three parts, a Share Matching Plan, a Performance Share Plan and a new Special Projects Incentive. LTI 2017/2018 is proposed to comprise a maximum of 1,340,000 shares of series B in Saab. LTI 2017/2018 enables present and future employees to become shareholders in Saab and includes a requirement of own investment in shares in Saab. The purpose of the program is to stimulate employees to continued long-term commitment and continued good performance as well as to increase the Group’s attractiveness as an employer. In view of this, LTI 2017/2018 is considered to have a positive effect on Saab’s future development and thus be of advantage to both the shareholders and the employees in the Saab Group. It is the intention of the Board of Directors to propose long-term incentive programs also to future Annual General Meetings, where performance targets may concern events during the entire financial year when the program is adopted. Costs, dilution and effects on key figures The total effect on the income statement is estimated to approximately 469 MSEK unevenly distributed over the years 2017-2021. The costs shall be compared with the Saab Group’s total remuneration costs 2016, including social security costs, amounting to 10 416 MSEK. The calculations are based on assumptions that all available shares in the LTI 2017/2018 will be utilized. Effects on the Income Statement and the Cash Flow Compensation costs, corresponding to the value of shares transferred to employees, is estimated to approximately 364 MSEK. The compensation costs are distributed over the years 2017-2021. Social security charges, as a result of transfer of shares to employees at an assumed average share price at 350 SEK, are estimated to amount to approximately105 MSEK. The social security costs are distributed over the years 2017-2021. The expenditure for acquiring own shares affecting the cash flow is estimated to maximum 469 MSEK at an assumed share price of 350 SEK and a maximum of 1,340,000 shares. Dilution and effects on key figures The Company has approximately 109 million issued shares. As per 31 December 2016, the Company held 2 744 821 own shares of series B. In order to implement the LTI 2017/2018 a total of 1,340,000 shares of series B are required, corresponding to approximately 1.2 per cent of the total number of issued shares. As calculated as per 31 December 2016, the number of shares to be transferred within the scope of the ongoing long-term incentive programs 2013, 2014 and 2015, including shares to cover social security costs, amounts to approximately 1,726,000 shares corresponding to approximately 1,6 per cent of the total number of issued shares. The long-term incentive program 2016 comprises 1,340,000 shares, corresponding to approximately 1.2 per cent of the total number of issued shares, and is not included in the above calculation as it was launched in January 2017. Out of the 1,340,000 shares of series B required for the LTI 2017/2018, approximately 1,040,000 shares may be transferred to employees free of consideration, which could cause a dilutive effect of approximately 1 per cent on earnings per share. The remaining 300,000 shares are intended to be transferred on Nasdaq Stockholm in order to cover social security costs. Hedge As the main alternative, the Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves to authorize the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of own shares of series B on Nasdaq Stockholm, which subsequently may be transferred to the participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive as well as transferred on Nasdaq Stockholm to cover certain costs associated with LTI 2017/2018, mainly social security costs. Furthermore, the Board of Directors proposes that the Shareholders’ Meeting resolves on transfer of own shares of series B, free of consideration, to the participants of LTI 2017/2018. The detailed terms and conditions for the Board of Directors’ main alternative are presented below. In the event that the required majority under items 13 b).I and 13 b).II below is not reached, the Board of Directors proposes that Saab should be able to enter into an equity swap agreement with a third party, in accordance with item 13 c) below. Preparation of the proposal The LTI 2017/2018 has been prepared by the Remuneration Committee and in consultation with the Board of Directors. The proposal has been adopted by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors’ proposal The Board of Directors’ proposal for the resolution below entails that the Annual General Meeting resolves a) to implement LTI 2017/2018, b) to authorize the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of own shares on Nasdaq Stockholm and that the acquired shares may be transferred, free of consideration, to the participants in LTI 2017/2018, or, in the event that the required majority under b) is not reached, c) that Saab shall be entitled to enter into an equity swap agreement with a third party. 13 a) Implementation of LTI 2017/2018 LTI 2017/2018 comprises of three parts, Share Matching Plan 2018, Performance Share Plan 2018 and Special Projects Incentive 2017.[1] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftn1) Participation in LTI 2017/2018 requires own investment in shares in Saab. Investment made under the Performance Share Plan 2018 counts also as a basis for participation in the Share Matching Plan 2018, however, only up to an amount of maximum 5 per cent of the cash base salary. Share Matching Plan 2018 The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves on a long-term Share Matching Plan 2018 comprising a maximum of 900,000 shares of series B in Saab, according to the principal guidelines below: 1)    All permanent employees within the Saab Group, including employees who are covered by Performance Share Plan 2018 and/or Special Projects Incentive, with the exception of what is mentioned in item 3) below, will be offered to participate in the Share Matching Plan 2018. 2)    Employees who participate in the Share Matching Plan 2018 can during a twelve-month period save up to a maximum of 5 per cent of the cash base salary for the purchase of shares of series B on Nasdaq Stockholm. If the purchased shares are retained by the employee for three years from the date of investment and employment within the Saab Group has not been terminated during the entire three-year period, the employee will be allocated by the Saab Group the corresponding number of shares of series B free of consideration. The Board of Directors may grant limited exemptions from the requirement of employment during the full three-year period. 3)    Participation in the Share Matching Plan 2018 presupposes that such participation is legally possible as well as possible with reasonable administrative cost and financial efforts according to the assessment of the Company. The Board of Directors shall be entitled to implement an alternative incentive solution for employees in such countries where participation in Share Matching Plan 2018 is not advisable. Such alternative incentive solution shall, as far as practically possible, correspond to the terms for the Share Matching Plan 2018. Performance Share Plan 2018 The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves on a long-term Performance Share Plan 2018 for a number of key employees, comprising a maximum of 360,000 shares of series B in Saab. The principal guidelines of the proposal are set out below. 1)    Up to 175 key employees, including the President, with the exception of what is mentioned in item 4) below, will be offered to participate in the Performance Share Plan 2018. 2)    Employees who participate in the Performance Share Plan 2018 can during a twelve-month period save up to a maximum of 7.5 per cent of the cash base salary to purchase shares of series B on Nasdaq Stockholm. If the purchased shares are retained by the employee for three years from the date of investment and employment within the Saab Group has not been terminated during the entire three-year period, the employee will be entitled to matching of performance shares, free of consideration, as set out below. The Board of Directors may grant limited exemptions from the requirement of employment during the full three-year period. Group 1                   Up to 142 employees in Management Teams, certain specialists and Project Managers may be entitled to a performance match of up to two shares for   each purchased share. Group 2                     Up to 20 Senior Managers may be entitled to a performance match of up to four shares for each purchased share. Group 3                     Up to 12 members of the Group Management may be entitled to a performance match of up to five shares for each purchased share. Group 4                     The President may be entitled to a performance match of up to seven shares for each purchased share. 3)    The number of performance shares is linked to the performance targets established by the Board of Directors. The conditions for the performance matching are based on three independent targets: Organic sales growth[2] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftn2), EBIT margin[3] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftn3) and free cash flow[4] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftn4). The relative apportionment between the targets is: · Up to 30 per cent of the maximum allotment is attributable to organic sales growth during the financial year 2018. · Up to 40 per cent of the maximum allotment is attributable to EBIT margin during the financial year 2018. · Up to 30 per cent of the maximum allotment is attributable to free cash flow during the financial year 2018. The performance targets will be established by the Board of Directors with a minimum level and a maximum level for each performance target. The Board of Directors will resolve on the outcome of the performance matching after the end of the one-year performance measuring period, i.e. the financial year 2018. Information about the performance targets will be provided in the annual report for the financial year 2018. If the maximum levels for the performance targets are reached or exceeded, the performance matching will amount to (and not exceed) the maximum number of 360,000 shares. If the performance outcome falls short of the maximum level but exceeds the minimum level, a linear proportioned performance matching will occur. No performance matching will occur if the performance outcome amounts to or falls short of the minimum level. Performance shares are allotted three years after the investment under item 2) above, i.e. normally during 2021 and in February 2022. 4)    Participation in the Performance Share Plan 2018 presupposes that such participation is legally possible as well as possible with reasonable administrative cost and financial efforts according to the assessment of the Company. The Board of Directors shall be entitled to implement an alternative incentive solution for employees in such countries where participation in Performance Share Plan 2018 is not advisable. Such alternative incentive solution shall, as far as practically possible, correspond to the terms for the Performance Share Plan 2018. 5)    Before the performance matching is finally determined, the Board of Directors shall verify whether the performance matching is reasonable considering the Company’s financial results and position, conditions on the stock market and other circumstances. If the Board of Directors considers otherwise, it shall reduce the number of performance shares to be matched to the lower number of shares deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors. Special Projects Incentive 2017 The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves on a long-term Special Projects Incentive 2017 for a number of key employees, comprising a maximum of 80,000 shares of series B in Saab. The Special Projects Incentive 2017 constitutes a complement to the Performance Share Plan 2016[5] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftn5). The principal guidelines of the proposal are set out below. 1)    Up to 45 key employees, including the President, with the exception of what is mentioned in item 5) below, will be offered to participate in the Special Projects Incentive 2017. 2)    Participation in the Special Programs Incentive 2017 presupposes savings under the Performance Share Plan 2016 or under the Share Matching Plan 2016 for purchasing shares of series B. For the President and for members of the Group Management, allotment of performance shares requires saving by an amount equivalent to 7.5 per cent of the cash base salary under the Performance Share Plan 2016 (i.e. maximum saving). For selected Heads of Business Unit and other specially selected key employees, allotment of performance shares requires participation in the Performance Share Plan 2016, or (if the individual is not covered by the Performance Share Plan 2016), participation in the Share Matching Plan 2016. Participants in the Special Projects Incentive 2017 will be entitled to allotment of performance shares, free of consideration, as set out below. Group A   Under the Special Projects Incentive 2017, the President may be entitled to allotment of performance shares corresponding to up to 52.5 per cent of the cash base salary for the financial year 2017. The total value of allotted performance shares under the Performance Share Plan 2016 and the Special Projects Incentive 2017 may not exceed 75 per cent of the cash base salary for the financial year 2017 (based on the share price in connection with the Board of Directors’ resolution on allotment of performance shares). If the total potential outcome of the Performance Share Plan 2016 and the Special Projects Incentive 2017 exceeds75 per cent, performance matching of the actual outcome shall be made in accordance with the Performance Share Plan 2016 and allotment of performance shares in the Special Projects Incentive 2017 shall be reduced so that the total outcome does not exceed 75 per cent. Group B   Under the Special Projects Incentive 2017, up to 12 members of the Group Management may be entitled to allotment of performance shares corresponding to up to 37.5 per cent of the cash base salary for the financial year 2017. The total value of allotted performance shares under the Performance Share Plan 2016 and the Special Projects Incentive 2017 may not exceed 60 per cent of the cash base salary for the financial year 2017 (based on the share price in connection with the Board of Directors’ resolution on allotment of performance shares). If the total potential outcome of the Performance Share Plan 2016 and the Special Projects Incentive 2017 exceeds 60 per cent, performance matching of the actual outcome shall be made in accordance with the Performance Share Plan 2016 and allotment of performance shares in the Special Projects Incentive 2017 shall be reduced so that the total outcome does not exceed 60 per cent. Group C   Under the Special Projects Incentive 2017, up to 32 selected Heads of Business Unit and other specially selected key employees may be entitled to allotment of performance shares corresponding to up to15 per cent of the cash base salary for the financial year 2017. 3)    The conditions for allotment of performance shares are based on the achievement of eight equally weighted performance targets, consisting of operational targets and milestones within Saab’s product areas Gripen, airborne radar systems (AEW&C) and submarines. The performance targets may be related to e.g. product design review, customer design review, partial deliveries or system implementation. Each performance target represents 12.5 per cent of the total performance targets. The performance measuring period is the financial year 2017. All participants will be allotted performance shares based on the achievement of the same performance targets. 4)    The Board of Directors will resolve on whether or not the performance targets have been met and on the allotment of performance shares after the end of the one-year performance measuring period, i.e. the financial year 2017. Information about the performance targets will be provided in the annual report for the financial year 2017. Allotment of performance shares and assessment regarding the limitation of maximum allotment in accordance with item 2) above will be based on the volume-weighted average price for the Saab share during the ten trading days immediately following the day for the announcement of the year-end report for 2017. If all performance targets in the Special Programs Incentive 2017 are met, up to 80,000 performance shares may be allotted, however with potential reduction in accordance with item 2) above. If not all but at least one performance target is met, a proportional allotment of performance shares will be made in relation to the number of reached performance targets, however with potential reduction in accordance with item 2) above. Performance shares in the Special Projects Incentive 2017 will be delivered in spring 2020. Delivery of performance shares is conditional on that the employment within the Saab Group has not been terminated during the period up until delivery in spring 2020, and that the employee is still participating in the Performance Share Plan 2016 or the Share Matching Plan 2016. The Board of Directors may grant limited exemptions from the requirement of employment during the abovementioned period. 5)    Participation in the Special Projects Incentive 2017 presupposes that such participation is legally possible as well as possible with reasonable administrative cost and financial efforts according to the assessment of the Company. The Board of Directors shall be entitled to implement an alternative incentive solution for employees in such countries where participation in Special Projects Incentive 2017 is not advisable. Such alternative incentive solution shall, as far as practically possible, correspond to the terms for the Special Projects Incentive 2017. 6)    Before the allotment of performance shares is finally determined, the Board of Directors shall verify whether the allotment is reasonable considering the Company’s financial results and position, conditions on the stock market and other circumstances. If the Board of Directors considers otherwise, it shall reduce the number of performance shares to be allocated to the lower number of shares deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors. 13 b) Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of shares and resolution on transfers of own shares to the participants in LTI 2017/2018 13 b).I - Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of shares of series B in Saab on Nasdaq Stockholm The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorizes the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of own shares of series B in Saab on Nasdaq Stockholm in accordance with the following conditions. · Acquisitions of shares of series B in Saab may only be effected on Nasdaq Stockholm. · A maximum of 1,340,000 shares of series B in Saab may be acquired to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive and for subsequent transfers on Nasdaq Stockholm to cover certain costs associated with LTI 2017/2018, mainly social security costs. · Acquisitions of shares of series B in Saab on Nasdaq Stockholm may only be made at a price within the price range (spread) on Nasdaq Stockholm applicable from time to time, meaning the spread between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price prevailing and disseminated by Nasdaq Stockholm from time to time. · The authorization may be utilised on one or several occasions, however, only until the Annual General Meeting 2018. 13 b).II - Resolution on transfers of acquired own shares of series B to participants in LTI 2017/2018 Transfers of shares of series B in Saab may be made on the following terms and conditions. · Transfers may be made only of shares of series B in Saab, whereby no more than 1,340,000 shares of series B in Saab may be transferred, free of consideration, to participants in LTI 2017/2018. · Right to acquire shares of series B in Saab free of consideration shall, with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, be granted to such persons within the Saab Group who are participants in LTI 2017/2018. Further, subsidiaries of Saab shall, with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, be entitled to acquire shares of series B in Saab free of consideration, whereby such company shall be obligated to, in accordance with the terms and conditions of LTI 2017/2018, transfer the shares to such persons within the Saab Group who participate in LTI 2017/2018. · Transfers of shares of series B in Saab shall be made free of consideration at the time and on the other terms and conditions that participants in LTI 2017/2018 have the right to acquire shares, i.e. normally during the financial years 2020-2021 and in February 2022. · The number of shares of series B in Saab that may be transferred under LTI 2017/2018 may be subject to recalculation as a result of an intervening bonus issue, split, rights issue and/or other similar corporate events. 13 c) Equity swap agreement with third party In the event that the required majority under item 13 b) above cannot be reached, the Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves that the expected financial exposure of LTI 2017/2018 shall be hedged by Saab entering into an equity swap agreement with a third party on terms and conditions in accordance with market practice, whereby the third party in its own name shall acquire and transfer shares of series B in Saab to employees who participate in LTI 2017/2018. Additional costs for such equity swap agreement amount to approximately 12 MSEK. Conditions The General Meeting’s resolution to implement LTI 2017/2018 in accordance with item 13 a) above is conditional upon the General Meeting resolving either in accordance with the proposal to authorize the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisitions of shares of series B in Saab on Nasdaq Stockholm and resolution on transfers to participants in LTI 2017/2018 of acquired own shares of series B in Saab in accordance with item 13 b) above, or that an equity swap agreement with a third party may be entered into in accordance with item 13 c) above. Majority requirements The General Meeting’s resolution to implement LTI 2017/2018 under item 13 a) above requires that more than half of the votes cast are in favour of the proposal. The resolution to authorize the Board of Directors to acquire shares on Nasdaq Stockholm and the resolution on transfers to participants in LTI 2017/2018 under items 13 b).I and 13 b).II above require that the resolution is supported by shareholders representing at least nine-tenths of the votes cast and votes represented at the meeting. The resolution that Saab may enter into an equity swap agreement with a third party under item 13 c) above requires that more than half of the votes cast are in favour of the proposal. Other For a description of Saab’s other share-related incentive programs, reference is made to note 10 in Saab’s Annual Report for the financial year 2016. THE BOARD’S PROPOSAL ON ACQUISITION AND TRANSFER OF OWN SHARES (item 14) 14 a) Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve on acquisition of own shares The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorizes the Board of Directors to, for the period until the next Annual General Meeting, resolve on acquisitions of own shares in accordance with the following conditions. · Acquisitions shall be limited to the Company’s shares of series B. · Acquisitions shall take place on Nasdaq Stockholm. · Acquisitions may only be made at a price per share within the price range (spread) applicable from time to time, meaning the spread between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price prevailing and disseminated by Nasdaq Stockholm from time to time. · A maximum number of shares may be acquired so that the Company’s holding at any time does not exceed 10 per cent of the total number of shares in the Company. · The authorization may be utilized on one or several occasions up to the next Annual General Meeting. The purpose of the authorization is to be able to adjust the Company’s capital structure and thereby contribute to an increased shareholder value as well as to enable a continuous use of acquired shares in connection with potential acquisitions of companies and for the Company’s share-related incentive programs. 14 b) Authorization for the Board of Directors to resolve on transfer of own shares in connection with acquisitions of companies The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorizes the Board of Directors to, for the period until the next Annual General Meeting, resolve on transfers of own shares in connection with or as a result of any acquisition of companies, in accordance with the following conditions. · Transfers may be made on Nasdaq Stockholm at a price per share within the price range (spread) applicable from time to time, meaning the spread between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price prevailing and disseminated by Nasdaq Stockholm from time to time. · Transfers may take place as set out in Chapter 19, Sections 35-37 of the Swedish Companies Act, i.e. in other ways than on the Stock Exchange. ·  Transfers in connection with acquisitions of companies or business shall take place at a price that closely corresponds to the market value of the Company’s share at the time of the resolution on the transfer. · No more than the number of shares of series B that the Company holds at the time of the Board of Directors’ resolution may be transferred based on this authorization. · The authorization includes the right to resolve on deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights and that payments could be made other than in cash. · The authorization may be utilized on one or more occasions before the next Annual General Meeting. The purpose of the authorization is to provide the Board of Directors with increased scope for action in connection with financing of acquisitions of companies. The reason for deviating from the shareholders’ preferential rights is to enable alternative forms of payment for acquisitions of companies or business. 14 c) Transfer of own shares to cover costs as a result of previous years’ implementation of incentive programs The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves on transfers of own shares as a result of the previous years’ implementation of incentive programs on the following terms. The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves that the Company shall have the right to, prior to the Annual General Meeting 2018, transfer a maximum of 1,200,000 shares of series B, in order to cover certain costs, mainly social security costs, that may arise in relation to Share Matching Plan 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 as well as Performance Share Plan 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Transfers of the shares shall be effected at Nasdaq Stockholm at a price within the price range (spread) applicable from time to time, meaning the spread between the highest purchase price and the lowest selling price prevailing and disseminated by Nasdaq Stockholm from time to time. Majority requirements Resolutions in accordance with item 14 a), 14 b) and 14 c) above require that shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the votes cast as well as the shares represented at the meeting are in favour of the proposal. SHARES AND VOTES As of 24 February 2017, the Company has in total 109,150,344 shares, of which 1,907,123 are shares of series A with ten votes per share and 107,243,221 are shares of series B with one vote per share, which together represent 126,314,451 votes. As of the same day, the Company holds 2,683,069 own shares of series B, corresponding to 2,683,069 votes that cannot be represented at the Annual General Meeting. 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, circumstances that can affect the assessment of the Company’s or its subsidiaries’ financial situation and the Company’s relation to other companies within the Group. Shareholders that wish to submit questions in advance may send them to Saab AB, CEO Office, Box 12062, SE-102 22 Stockholm, Sweden. DOCUMENTS The Board’s statement pursuant to Chapter 19, Section 22 in the Swedish Companies Act considering the proposals under items 13 b) and 14 a) is available at the Company, Saab AB, CEO Office, Box 12062, SE-102 22 Stockholm, Sweden, and on the website of the Company www.saabgroup.com/arsstamma. Accounting documents and the Audit Report are available at the Company, Saab AB, CEO Office, Box 12062, SE-102 22 Stockholm, Sweden, and on the website of the Company www.saabgroup.com/arsstamma as from 13 March 2017. The Auditor’s statement pursuant to Chapter 8, Section 54 pursuant to the Swedish Companies Act regarding remuneration guidelines to senior executives is also available at the Company and on the Company’s website (as above) as from 6 March 2017. The documents will be sent free of charge to shareholders who request them and state their address. Linköping in February 2017 The Board of Directors in Saab Aktiebolag (publ) For further information, please contact:Saab Press Centre,+46 (0)734 180 018presscentre@saabgroup.com www.saabgroup.com www.saabgroup.com/YouTube Follow us on twitter: @saab  Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defence and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------- [1] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftnref1) As from the Annual General Meeting 2017, the programs are named with the year that corresponds to when the participants’ savings occur and, with regard to the performance programs, the year of the performance period. [2] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftnref2) Adjusted for acquisitions and divestments, and exchange rates differences. [3] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftnref3) Adjusted for acquisitions and divestments, and non-recurring items. [4] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftnref4) Adjusted for acquisitions and divestments, and non-recurring items. [5] (http://connect.ne.cision.com#_ftnref5) Performance Share Plan 2016 was adopted by the Annual General Meeting 2016 and the performance period is the financial year 2017, which is the same performance period as for the Special Projects Incentive 2017.

OrganoWood signs distribution agreement with Sarokas Oy.

OrganoClick's subsidiary OrganoWood manufactures and markets eco-friendly fire and rot protected wood and wood treatment products. In order to increase sales and availability on the Finnish market OrganoWood has signed a distribution agreement for the sales, distribution and marketing of OrganoWood® modified wood in Finland. The Finnish partner is Turku-based Sarokas Oy, one of Finland's largest privately owned building supply chains. OrganoWood® grows significantly in Finland and 2016 was a record year with even greater volumes than before. In order to grow even further and to increase the level of service in Finland OrganoWood has now entered into this distribution agreement. Sarokas Oy has over the years been OrganoWoods largest customer in Finland and have a distribution that covers the entire country. The agreement means that OrganoWood® receives an immediate presence in Finland since Sarokas will stock the entire range of OrganoWood®s products for reselling to other building suppliers. This means that lead times for delivery to end customers will be shortened considerably. Since 2012, OrganoWood®-modified wood has been manufactured and marketed in Sweden. In the Finnish market, the products have been available since 2014. The modified timber, available both as decking and cladding, has an effective flame and rot protection and a unique water repellent technology. 2014 OrganoWood®-modified wood won the Nordbygg gold medal for "the hottest building material of the year" and the company's wood protection systems were the first wood products in Sweden to be awarded the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation environmental labeling "Good Environmental Choice". - "It will be an interesting journey we will do together with Sarokas in Finland. It is fun to have a distributor who is so dedicated to promoting and selling OrganoWood®s products." says Jens Hamlin, CEO OrganoWood. OrganoWood® is an eco-friendly alternative to the traditional "green" pressure treated decking timber and recommended by the Swedish Byggvarubedömningen and SundaHus. The area where OrganoWood® meets the highest growth right now is the façade cladding. The non-toxic, finished cladding, which requires minimal maintenance and blends into nature with its beautiful silver gray shade, has seen a strong increase in popularity in 2016 and in the beginning of 2017. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. For more information, please contact:  Jens Hamlin, VD OrganoWood, Telefon: +46 72 250 21 79, Email: jens.hamlin@organowood.com ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. About OrganoClick OrganoClick AB (publ) is a public Swedish cleantech company listed on Nasdaq First North. The company develops, produces and markets functional materials based on environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. Examples of products that are marketed by OrganoClick are the water repellent fabric treatment OrganoTex®, the flame and rot-resistant timber OrganoWood® and biocomposite materials. OrganoClick was founded in 2006 as a commercial spin-off company based on research performed at Stockholm University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences within environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. OrganoClick has won a number of prizes, such as "Sweden's Most Promising Start -up" and "Sweden's Best Environmental Innovation", and has also received a number of awards, such as the WWF "Climate Solver" award and has also appeared for two years on the Affärsvärldens and NyTekniks list of Sweden's top 33 hottest technology companies. OrganoClick has its head office, production and R&D located in Täby, north of Stockholm. OrganoClick's Certified Adviser on Nasdaq First North is Erik Penser Bank. The information in this press release contains information that OrganoClick AB (publ) is obliged to release according to the EU's market regulation law number 596/2014. The information was published, of the contact person above, 24th of February 2017 at 11:00. 

Lavare Holding gets a new owner – Accent Equity divests to De Forenede Dampvaskerier

Textilia is a leading provider of business-critical textile services in Sweden primarily for the healthcare and defence sectors with nationwide coverage through its seven laundry facilities. Every day, approximately 150,000 people wear Textilia’s clothes and approximately 16,000 beds are made with linen from the group. Net sales in 2016 amounted to SEK 575 million and the group has demonstrated a strong growth during Accent Equity’s ownership. Textilia is a well-managed and value-driven company with a strong profile in CSR and sustainability.“Textilia has, during the fund’s ownership period, taken further steps to strengthen its market position and prepare itself for further growth,” says Benny Zakrisson, Partner at Accent Equity Partners, investment advisor to Accent Equity 2012. “The fund is very pleased to see DFD, a renowned family-owned industrial player, take aboard Textilia and provide the ambition and competence to support Textilia’s future development.”“We have been following Textilia for several years, and consider this acquisition an important step to expand our presence in Sweden. There is a clear strategic and cultural fit between Textilia and DFD where we can share best practices in both commercial and operational areas”, says Anders Thorgaard, CEO of DFD.Fredrik Lagerkvist, CEO of Textilia said: “I have appreciated Accent Equity’s support and contribution to our successful journey in recent years. At the same time, I am welcoming DFD as new owner of Textilia. Their thorough knowledge of the industry will ensure our continued positive development as well as supporting our commitment to environmental solutions.”The transaction is conditional upon customary approval from larger customers.Accent Equity was advised by ABG Sundal Collier, Hannes Snellman Attorneys, Grant Thornton and Arthur D Little, and DFD was advised by Handelsbanken Corporate Finance, Gorrissen Federspiel Advokatpartnerselskab, Vinge, PwC and Orbicon.For further information, please contact:Fredrik Lagerkvist, CEO of Textilia, +46 19 19 45 02Benny Zakrisson, Partner at Accent Equity Partners AB, +46 76 009 97 75Anders Thorgaard, CEO of DFD, +45 45 28 07 31About Textilia:Textilia is the leading textiles full-services provider primarily for the health and social care sector in Sweden. Every day, approximately 150,000 people wear Textilia’s clothes and approximately 16,000 beds are made with linen from the Group. Today, Textilia has around 450 full time employees and nationwide coverage through facilities in Boden, Långsele, Rimbo, Göteborg, Karlskrona och Örebro. www.textilia.se About Accent Equity:Founded in 1994, Accent is one of the buy-out investment pioneers in the Nordic region. Since then, Accent funds have invested in some 80 companies, whereof more than 60 have been realised. Accent Equity Partners AB has advised seven funds with total commitments of more than EUR 1 billion. Accent’s ambition is to develop the portfolio companies to Nordic, European or Global leaders through sustainable improvements of their operations as well as their strategic positioning. www.accentequity.seAbout De Forenede Dampvaskerier A/S:DFD was founded by K.P. Thorgaard in 1958 and is today one of Denmark’s largest service companies within the textile laundering and rental sector. With 12 locations throughout Denmark, DFD is a nationwide company with a turnover of approximately DKK 1 billion and 1,200 employees who serve customers in all industries. DFD is owned by Kivi-Tex, that is also engaged in intelligent cleaning with Elite Miljø and Viima. After the Textilia acquisition group turnover will be DKK 2 billion and the group will have approximately 3,000 full time employees. www.dfd.dk

Notice of Annual General Meeting

Gothenburg, 24 February 2017: Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Aktiebolaget SKF will be held at SKF Kristinedal, Byfogdegatan 4, Gothenburg, Sweden, at 13.00 on Wednesday, 29 March 2017. The doors are open from 11.00. Please note that refreshments will be served, prior to the Annual General Meeting, between 11.00 and 12.30. Annual General MeetingFor the right to participate at the meeting, shareholders must be recorded in the shareholders' register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB by Thursday, 23 March 2017 and must notify the company at the latest on the same day by letter to Computershare AB, “AGM 2017 of AB SKF”, Box 610, SE-182 16 Danderyd, Sweden, or via the company's website www.skf.com, or by phone +46 31 337 25 50 (between 09.00 and 16.00). When notifying the company, preferably in writing, this should include details of name, address, telephone number, registered shareholding and number of advisors, if any. Where representation is being made by proxy, the original of the proxy form shall be sent to the company before the annual general meeting. Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a trustee must have the shares registered temporarily in their own name in order to take part in the meeting. Any such re-registration for the purpose of establishing voting rights shall take place so that the shareholder is recorded in the shareholders’ register by Thursday, 23 March 2017. This means that the shareholder should give notice of his/her wish to be included in the shareholders' register to the trustee well in advance before that date. Agenda 1. Opening of the Annual General Meeting 2. Election of a Chairman for the meeting 3. Drawing up and approval of the voting list 4. Approval of agenda 5. Election of persons to verify the minutes 6. Consideration of whether the meeting has been duly convened 7. Presentation of annual report and audit report as well as consolidated accounts and audit report for the Group 8. Address by the President 9. Matter of adoption of the income statement and balance sheet and consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet10. Resolution regarding distribution of profits11. Matter of discharge of the Board members and the President from liability12. Determination of number of Board members and deputy members13. Determination of fee for the Board of Directors14. Election of Board members and deputy Board members14.1 Leif Östling14.2 Peter Grafoner14.3 Lars Wedenborn14.4 Baba Kalyani14.5 Hock Goh14.6 Marie Bredberg14.7 Nancy Gougarty14.8 Alrik Danielson14.9 Ronnie Leten14.10 Barb Samardzich15. Election of Chairman of the Board of Directors16. Determination of fee for the auditors17. Election of auditors and deputy auditors18. The Board of Directors' proposal for a resolution on principles of remuneration for Group Management19. The Board of Directors' proposal for a resolution on SKF’s Performance Share Programme 201720. Resolution regarding Nomination Committee Proposal under item 10The Board of Directors proposes a dividend for the financial year 2016 of SEK 5.50 per share. It is proposed that shareholders with holdings recorded on Friday, 31 March 2017 be entitled to receive the proposed dividend. Subject to resolution by the Annual General Meeting in accordance with this proposal, it is expected that Euroclear will distribute the dividend on Wednesday, 5 April 2017. Proposals under items 2, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17The Nomination Committee formed according to a resolution of the Annual General Meeting 2016 to represent all shareholders of the company consists of, besides the Chairman of the Board of Directors, representatives of FAM, Alecta, Skandia and AFA Insurance, shareholders who together represent close to 40% of the votes of the total number of company shares. The Nomination Committee has informed the company about the following proposal: · that Leif Östling is elected Chairman of the Annual General Meeting; · that the Board of Directors shall consist of ten members and no deputy members; · that the Board of Directors for the period up to the end of the next Annual General Meeting, receive a fee according to the following: a) a firm allotment of SEK 7,512,000 to be distributed with SEK 2,008,000 to the Chairman of the Board of Directors and SEK 688,000 to each of the other Board members elected by the Annual General Meeting and not employed by the company; and b) an allotment for committee work to be distributed with SEK 233,000 to the chairman of the Audit Committee, with SEK 166,000 to each of the other members of the Audit Committee, with SEK 133,000 to the chairman of the Remuneration Committee and with SEK 106,000 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 Annual General Meeting and not employed by the company. · re-election of the Board members Leif Östling, Peter Grafoner, Lars Wedenborn, Baba Kalyani, Hock Goh, Marie Bredberg, Nancy Gougarty and Alrik Danielson. It is proposed that Ronnie Leten and Barb Samardzich are to be newly elected. Leif Östling is proposed to be the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Ronnie Leten has a Master of Science in Applied Economics from the University of Hasselt, Belgium. He is since 2009 President and CEO of Atlas Copco and has experience from several leading positions within the Atlas Copco Group 1997-2009 and 1985-1995. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of AB Electrolux. Barb Samardzich has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida, a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master of Science in Engineering Management from Wayne State University. She has experience from several management positions within Ford Motor Company 1990-2016. She is also a Board member of Adient plc, Velodyne LidDAR and MTS Systems (a presentation of the proposed board can be found at the company’s website www.skf.com). Lena Treschow Torell and Joe Loughrey have declined re-election; and · that the auditor during the term of office is paid for work performed according to approved invoice; and · re-election of PWC as auditors until the close of the Annual General Meeting 2021 in accordance with the recommendation of the Audit Committee. Proposal under item 18The Board of Directors has decided to submit the following principles of remuneration for SKF’s Group Management to the Annual General Meeting.Group Management is defined as the President and the other members of the management team. The Board of Directors’ proposal is that the remuneration of Group Management members shall be based on market competitive conditions and at the same time support the shareholders' best interests. The total remuneration package for a Group Management member shall primarily consist of fixed salary, variable salary, performance shares, pension benefits, conditions for notice of termination and severance pay, and other benefits such as a company car. The objective of the principles of remuneration is to ensure that the SKF Group can attract and retain the best people in order to support the SKF Group's mission and business strategy. The fixed salary shall be at a market competitive level. Competence, responsibility and performance shall be taken into account when the fixed salary is established. The variable salary runs according to a performance-based program and the maximum variable salary is capped at a certain percentage of the fixed annual salary varying between 40 and 70%. The Board of Directors proposes that a decision be taken at the Annual General Meeting on SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017. The programme is proposed to cover 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. (See further item 19 below.) SKF strives to establish pension plans based on defined contribution models. A Group Management member may terminate his/her employment by giving six months' notice. In the event of termination of employment at the request of the company, employment shall according to the agreement cease immediately. A severance payment related to the number of years’ service shall, however, in this case be paid out, provided that it shall always be maximized to two years' fixed salary. The Board of Directors also proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolves to authorize the Board of Directors to, in certain cases, deviate from the principles of remuneration decided by the Annual General Meeting. Proposal under item 19BackgroundAt the Annual General Meeting in 2008 the SKF Group introduced a long-term performance share programme for senior managers and key employees (SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2008). Since 2008 the Annual General Meeting has resolved each year upon a performance share programme. The terms and conditions of SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017 are the same as for SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2016 that was resolved at the Annual General Meeting 2016. SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017The Board proposes, in order to continue to link the long-term interests of the participants and the shareholders, that a decision be taken at the Annual General Meeting 2017 on SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017. The programme is proposed to cover 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 in accordance with the following principal terms and guidelines. Under the programme, not more than in total 1,000,000 SKF B shares may be allotted to not more than 225 senior managers and key employees in the Group. The number of shares that may be allotted must be related to the degree of achievement of the Total Value Added (TVA) target level, as defined by the Board, for the TVA development for the financial years 2017–2019 compared to the financial year 2016. TVA is a simplified, economic value-added model promoting greater operating profit, capital efficiency and profitable growth. TVA is the operating profit, less the pre-tax cost of capital. After the expiry of the financial year 2019 a comparison is made between the average TVA for the financial years 2017–2019 and TVA for the financial year 2016. The TVA change is expressed as a percentage. The allocation of shares is based on the level of TVA increase. In order for allocation of shares to take place the TVA increase must exceed a certain minimum level (the threshold level). In addition to the threshold level a target level is set. Maximum allotment is awarded if the target level is reached or exceeded. Provided that the TVA increase reaches the target level, the participants of the programme may be allotted the following maximum number of shares per person within the various key groups: CEO and President – 30,000 sharesOther members of Group Management – 13,000 sharesManagers of large business units and similar – 4,500 sharesOther senior managers – 3,000 sharesOther key persons – 1,250 shares If the TVA increase exceeds the threshold level for allotment of shares but the final allotment is below 5% of the target level, payment will be made in cash instead of shares, whereupon the amount of the cash payment shall correspond to the value of the shares calculated on the basis of the closing price for SKF’s B share the day before settlement. Allotment of shares normally requires that the persons covered by the programme are employed in the SKF Group during the entire calculation period. If all the conditions included in SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017 are met, allotment of shares shall be made free of charge following the expiry of the three year calculation period, i.e. during 2020. Before the number of shares to be allotted is finally determined, the Board shall examine whether the allotment is reasonable considering SKF’s financial results and position, the conditions on the stock market as well as other circumstances, and if not, as determined by the Board, reduce the number of shares to be awarded to the lower number of shares deemed appropriate by the Board. The Board is furthermore entitled to introduce an alternative incentive solution for employees in countries where participation in SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017 is not appropriate. Such alternative incentive solution shall, as far as practicable, be formulated employing the same conditions as SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017. The company has 455,351,068 shares in issue as per 31 January 2017. In order to comply with the obligations of SKF’s Performance Share Programme 2017, a maximum number of 1,000,000 B shares are required, corresponding to approximately 0.2% of the total number of outstanding shares. Assuming maximum allocation under the Performance Share Programme 2017 and a share price of SEK 170, the cost, including social security cost, is estimated at approximately MSEK 204. On the basis of a share price of SEK 215, the cost, including social security cost, is estimated at approximately MSEK 258. In addition the administrative costs are estimated at approximately MSEK 2. The Board does not propose for the time being to take any action to hedge the SKF Group’s obligations under the programme. Delivery of shares under the programme shall not take place until 2020. Majority requirementsA valid resolution in respect of the Board of Directors’ proposal at the Annual General Meeting requires that the resolution be supported by shareholders with more than half of the votes cast or, in the event of a tied vote, through the Chairman exercising his casting vote. Proposal under item 20The Nomination Committee has informed the company that it will propose to the Annual General Meeting to resolve: 1. that the company shall have a Nomination Committee formed by one representative of each one of the four major shareholders with regard to the number of votes held as well as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. When constituting the Nomination Committee, the shareholdings on the last banking day in August 2017 will determine which shareholders are the largest with regard to the number of votes held. The names of the four shareholder representatives will be published as soon as they have been elected, however not later than six months before the Annual General Meeting in 2018. The Nomination Committee shall remain in office until a new Nomination Committee has been appointed; 2. in the event that the shareholder the member represents would no longer be one of the four major shareholders with regard to the number of votes held, such member, if the Nomination Committee so deems appropriate, may resign and a representative of the shareholder next in turn size-wise with regard to the number of votes held be offered the opportunity of being elected in his/her place;and in the event that a shareholder representative no longer represents the shareholder, the shareholder is asked to elect a new representative to become a member of the Nomination Committee; 3. that the Nomination Committee, if the Nomination Committee so deems appropriate, may offer the fifth largest shareholder to elect a member of the Nomination Committee and thereby increase the Nomination Committee by one additional shareholder representative; 4. that the Nomination Committee is to furnish proposals on the following matters to be presented to, and resolved by, the Annual General Meeting in 2018:a)    proposal for Chairman of the Annual General Meetingb)    proposal for Board of Directorsc)    proposal for Chairman of the Board of Directorsd)    proposal for fee to the Board of Directorse)    proposal for a Nomination Committee ahead of the Annual General Meeting of 2019; and 5. that the Nomination Committee, when performing its duties, will fulfil the tasks that rest upon the Nomination Committee under the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance, among other things to supply the company with certain information in order to enable the company to fulfil its information obligation under the code. _______________ Number of shares and votes, and documentationWhen this notice is issued, the total number of shares in the company are 455,351,068, represented by 36,298,533 series A shares and 419,052,535 series B shares, with a total number of votes of 78,203,787. The company holds no own shares. The Board of Directors’ complete proposal according to item 18 and 19 of the agenda and the Nomination Committee’s reasoned statement are available at the company and at the company’s homepage, www.skf.com, and will be sent to shareholders who request this and state their address. Information at the Annual General Meeting, etc.The Board of Directors and the President shall, upon request by any shareholder and where the Board of Directors believes that it may take place without significant harm to the company, provide information in respect of any circumstances which may affect the assessment of a matter on the agenda, any circumstances which may affect the assessment of the company’s or a subsidiary’s financial position and the company’s relationship to other group companies. Anyone who wishes to dispatch questions in advance may do so to AB SKF, Att. General Counsel, SE-415 50 Gothenburg, Sweden, or by e-mail: chairman@skf.com. SKF's web-based financial report in English will be made public on 7 March 2017. Proxy forms will be available at the company’s homepage, www.skf.com, and may also be requested by letter to Computershare AB, “AGM 2017 of AB SKF”, Box 610, SE-182 16 Danderyd, Sweden or by phone +46 31 337 25 50. Gothenburg in February 2017 Aktiebolaget SKF      (publ) The Board of Directors The information in this press release is information which AB SKF is required to disclose under the EU Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014. The information was provided by the above contact persons for publication on 24 February 2017 at 13:00 CET.--------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Visit SKF's factory in Gamlestaden, GothenburgShareholders are welcome to visit SKF's factory in Gamlestaden, Gothenburg, in connection with the Annual General Meeting, directly after the close of the Annual General Meeting, alternatively on 30 March 2017 at 09.00. Shareholders that wish to participate shall notify the requested visiting date, complete name and address to: SKF Sverige AB, Besöksservice HK3/3, 415 50 Gothenburg alternatively via email to: Lars.Werner@skf.com. Please note that the number of participants is limited. 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 17,000 distributor locations worldwide. Annual sales in 2016 were SEK 72 787 million and the number of employees was 44 868. www.skf.com® SKF is a registered trademark of the SKF Group. For further information, please contact:Press Relations: Theo Kjellberg, +46 31-337 6576; +46 725-776 576; theo.kjellberg@skf.comInvestor Relations: Patrik Stenberg, +46 31-337 2104; +46 705-472 104; patrik.stenberg@skf.com

Trigon Agri A/S announces the disposal of a non-core part of its elevator business

Trigon Agri A/S (also the “Company”) announces that it has executed today the share purchase agreement for the sale of the Ukrainian subsidiary of Trigon Agri A/S – LLC “Liudmylivskyi Elevator” with the useable storage capacity of 78,000 tonnes, located in Nikolaev region (also the “Elevator”) for a total cash consideration of USD 1,195,482. The total cash consideration is comprised of the nominal purchase price of USD 1,150,000 and the upward adjustment of USD 45,482 (as a payment for fuel residues, materials and spare parts, cash on account and accounts receivables). According to the conditions of the transaction, the amount in UAH equivalent to USD 1,145,482 has been credited to the bank account of the Ukrainian parent entity of the Elevator in Ukraine today. The remaining part of the purchase price in the amount of USD 50,000 will be received by the Company not later than 3rd May 2017 after the balance of the third parties’ stock would be entirely offloaded from the Elevator. The USD 50,000 amount can be only reduced by any possible shortfalls in the quantity of the stored grains warranted by the Company to the buyer on the date of the transaction. The divestment of the Elevator comes in the midst of ongoing optimization of the Trigon Agri A/S business operations in Ukraine. Historically, the storage operations of the Elevator have been inefficient which resulted in mainly poor financial performance. Due to the absence of the land bank of the Company in the vicinity of the Elevator, the quantity of the Company’s own produce stored in the Elevator is non-existent. Furthermore, due to the close proximity of the Elevator to the sea grain transhipment terminals, the neighbouring farmers opt to deliver crops directly to the sea grains terminals rather than deliver crops for storage to the Elevator. The proceeds from sale of the Elevator shall constitute USD 1,195,482 (approximately EUR 1,130,693) less a transactional commission fee in the amount of EUR 48,945. The closing net assets of the Elevator on the date of the transaction recorded at EUR 406,180. The preliminary estimated effect from the transaction is a profit of EUR 675,568 (subject to future FX differences) to be accounted for in 1Q 2017 financial interim report .The profit can be downwards adjusted by possible deductions from the remaining purchase price of USD 50,000 following the results of the offloading of the Elevator. Comment for the CEO Simon Boughton, the CEO of Trigon Agri A/S, commented on the transaction as follows: “Liudmylivskyi Elevator has been non-core for several years now, in that the Company does not farm on adjacent lands to the site and has not required storage space for its own crops in this region. The divestment of the Elevator is part of our ongoing restructuring process and it releases up to USD 1,143,732 in total (approximately EUR 1,081,748) of capital from a weakly performing business, as we seek to enhance our core business that is profitable agricultural production”. Investor enquiries Mr. Simon Boughton, CEO of Trigon Agri A/S Tel: +372 6191 500, E-mail:  mail@trigonagri.com About Trigon Agri A/S Trigon Agri A/S is an integrated soft commodities production, storage and trading company with operations in Ukraine, Russia and Estonia. Trigon Agri A/S shares are traded on the main market of Nasdaq Stockholm. For subscription to Company announcements please contact us: mail@trigonagri.com

Bulten establishes in USA and forms a joint venture with Ramco for fastener solutions for the North American market

The joint venture will operate under the name Ram-Bul LLC (Ram-Bul), headquartered in Ramco’s new corporate headquarters in Hudson, Ohio. Ram-Bul will offer sales and distribution of fasteners for the North American market through Bulten’s FSP concept. Bulten’s manufacturing expertise in externally threaded fasteners, coupled with Ramco’s manufacturing experience in internally threaded fasteners, will allow Ram-Bul to offer a full range of domestically manufactured fasteners in Ramco’s already established infrastructure. Bulten’s new production subsidiary, Bulten North America LLC, will be set up in the same building as Ram-Bul and will thus establish its first unit for manufacturing externally threaded fasteners for the North American market. Bulten's total investment is estimated at approximately USD 9 million distributed over four years with start-up in 2017 and the annual business potential for Bulten is estimated at approximately USD 30-40 million at full volumes by 2020. The initiative is expected to have an initial marginal negative effect on Bulten's results in 2017 and 2018 with approximately SEK 3-4 million per year. Deliveries from the joint venture are expected to start in 2017, localizing current FSP contracts and European volumes. The joint venture will be reported using the equity method. “Bulten’s previous experience in forming joint ventures has been taken into account when setting up the company structure, and we believe that this is the quickest and most cost-effective way of supporting our customers in the US market as well. Ramco has been a partner of Bulten for many years and I am really looking forward to our extended cooperation, which I am convinced will create long-term value for our shareholders”, says Tommy Andersson, President and CEO, Bulten AB. ”Bulten has been a key partner with Ramco in Europe. This new joint venture will allow both companies to capitalize on their unique strengths bringing value to the North American fastener market. We are excited about the opportunity to expand our North American manufacturing and distribution capabilities”, says Rick Malson, President, Ramco Specialties. For more information, please contact:Tommy Andersson, President and CEO, Bulten ABKamilla Oresvärd, SVP Corporate Communications, Bulten ABTel: +46 70 520 5917mail: kamilla.oresvard@bulten.com This information is information that Bulten AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the SVP Corporate Communications set out above, at 18:20 CET on 24 February, 2017. Bulten is one of the leading suppliers of fasteners to the international automotive industry. The company’s product range includes everything from customer-specific standard products to customized special fasteners. The company also provides technical development, line-feeding, logistics, material and production expertise. Bulten offers a Full Service Provider concept or parts thereof. The company was founded in 1873, has some 1,300 employees in nine countries and head office in Gothenburg. The share (BULTEN) is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. More information can be found at www.bulten.com. Ramco Specialties Inc. is a Tier 1 supplier to the North American automotive market, with additional locations in Sweden and Italy. Ramco specializes in internally threaded fasteners, engineered assemblies, and stampings. Ramco is privately held and has been headquarter in Hudson Ohio since 1977. The global turnover for 2017 is forecasted to USD 80 million and the company has 170 employees. More information can be found at www.ramconut.com.

BAKKAFROST: Operational EBIT of DKK 350 million for the fourth quarter of 2016

The Bakkafrost Group delivered a total operating EBIT of DKK 349.6 million in Q4 2016. Harvested volumes were 12.9 thousand tonnes gutted weight. The combined farming and VAP segments made an operational EBIT of DKK 340.9 million. The farming segment made an operational EBIT of DKK 401.6 million. The salmon spot prices increased in the quarter and had a positive effect on the farming segment. The VAP segment realized higher prices, but the increase did not match the increase in the spot prices, thus the VAP segment still had negative margins. The VAP segment made an operational EBIT of DKK -60.8 million. The EBITDA for the FOF segment was DKK 71.1 million. The total volumes harvested in Q4 2016 were 12.9 thousand tonnes gutted weight. Bakkafrost transferred 3.3 million smolts in Q4 2016. In Q4 2016, Havsbrún sourced 34.7 thousand tonnes of raw material. The farming segment made an operational EBIT of DKK 401.6 million for Q4 2016, which corresponds to NOK 37.70 per kg. The VAP segment made an operational EBIT of DKK -60.8 million for Q4 2016. As in the previous quarter, the high spot prices had a negative effect on the operational EBIT in the VAP segment. The combined farming and VAP segments made an operational EBIT of DKK 340.9 million for Q4 2016, which corresponds to NOK 32.00 per kg. The FOF segment (fishmeal, oil and feed) made an operational EBITDA of DKK 71.1 million for Q4 2016. Commenting on the result, CEO Regin Jacobsen said: “The good development on the market had a positive influence on Bakkafrost’s result in 2016, although the harvested volumes decreased in 2016, compared to 2015. Bakkafrost delivered a record high result for 2016. The Farming and FOF segments had very good results, while the VAP segment had difficult circumstances in 2016. In 2016, the harvest operation started in the new harvest/VAP factory at Glyvrar, and we expect to see operational savings, when the VAP processing at the same factory will be up and running.” Bakkafrost aims at giving the shareholders a competitive return on their investment, both through payments of dividends and by securing an increase in the value of the equity through positive operations. The long-term goal of the Board of Directors is that 30-50% of the earnings per share shall be paid out as dividend. Bakkafrost’s financial position is strong with a solid balance sheet, a competitive operation and available credit facilities. Therefore, the Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that DKK 8.70 (NOK 10.36*) per share shall be paid out as dividend. The proposed dividend corresponds to 49.8% of adjusted earnings for 2016. The Annual General Meeting will be convened on the 7th of April 2017. In July 2016, a routine surveillance test detected a possible pathogenic ISA-virus at Bakkafrost’s farming site A-73 Hvannasund Norður. After the suspicion, extensive tests have been carried out at the farming site with the purpose of confirming the suspicion. None of the results from these tests proved the presence of a pathogenic ISA virus. Tests taken by the Veterinary Authority at the farming site in January 2017 resulted again in suspicion of a pathogenic ISA virus. The suspicion related to two cages at the farming site, whereof one was the same cage that was under suspicion in July 2016. Bakkafrost decided to take immediate action after the new suspicion in January 2017 and harvested all the fish in these two cages. The suspicion of a pathogenic ISA virus at farming site A-73 Hvannasund Norður has not been confirmed, and the farming site is still under increased surveillance. The Bakkafrost Group’s net interest bearing debt amounted to DKK 635.3 million at the end of Q4 2016. Bakkafrost had undrawn credit facilities of approximately DKK 654.5 million at the end of Q4 2016 and the equity ratio was 66% at 31 December 2016. OUTLOOK Market The salmon prices have increased to record levels in 2016. The increase is due to strong demands in nearly all markets combined with a decrease in supply in 2016. The estimated decrease in total supply in 2016 is approximately 4%, compared to 2015. 2016 was special because of unusual circumstances in Chile, as a harmful algal bloom hit the Chilean salmon industry and resulted in around 25 million fish being taken out, corresponding to 100,000 tonnes of harvested fish. In a matter of days, the supply picture for 2016 changed from an expected increase to a decrease. Such force majeure circumstances cannot be assumed in future expectations. The latest update from Kontali still estimates a global supply of Atlantic salmon to increase around 2% in 2017, compared to 2016. The market place is one of Bakkafrost’s most significant risk areas. Bakkafrost has a geographical and a market price approach. These approaches reduce the exposure to the market risk. To diversify the geographical market risk, Bakkafrost sells its products to all the largest salmon markets in the world, USA, the Far East, Europe and Russia. Farming The outlook for the farming segment is good. The estimates for harvesting volumes and smolt releases are dependent on the biological development. The investments in producing larger smolts will gradually reduce the time needed in the fjords to farm the salmon. This is expected to reduce biological risk and increase the capacity. The capacity growth from this investment program will appear in harvested volumes gradually until 2021. To reduce risk, Bakkafrost decided in January 2017 to harvest 190,000 fish earlier than anticipated and not at optimal harvest weight. The harvest was a precautionary action as the fish was under suspicion of having pathogenic ISA. Reference is made to Bakkafrost’s market announcement on the 20th of January 2017. Bakkafrost expects to harvest 55,500 tonnes gutted weight in 2017. This is 500 tonnes less than the previous forecast and relates to the precautionary harvest. Bakkafrost expects to release 11.5 million smolts in 2017, compared with 11.7 million smolts in 2016 and 11.3 smolts released in 2015 – smolts released by Faroe Farming before becoming part of the Bakkafrost Group are included. The number of smolts released is a key element of predicting Bakkafrost’s future production. The biological situation is Bakkafrost’s most important risk area. The suspicion of a possible pathogenic ISA virus at one of Bakkafrost’s farming sites in July 2016 and again in January 2017 – although the suspicion has not been confirmed – draws attention to the importance of good animal welfare and biology, reducing the biological risk. Bakkafrost focuses on biological risk continuously and has made several new investments and procedures to diminish this risk. Sea lice is an area, which has demanded much effort and is a part of the biological risk. The new Faroese regulations on sea lice control in salmon farming are expected to increase the operational costs for farming salmon in the Faroe Islands. Bakkafrost focuses on using non-chemical methods in treatments against sea lice. Bakkafrost’s live fish carrier M/S Hans á Bakka has carried out freshwater treatment against sea lice since Q4 2015. In Q4 2016, Bakkafrost invested in a service vessel, M/S Martin, which will primarily use warm seawater treatment against sea lice. M/S Martin is expected to start operation in Q1 2017, which will increase the treatment capacity against sea lice significantly. Furthermore, Bakkafrost will increase the use of lumpfish in farming significantly in 2017. VAP (Value added products) Bakkafrost has signed contracts covering around 36% of the expected harvested volumes for 2017. VAP contracts are at fixed prices, based on the salmon forward prices at the time they are agreed and the expectations for the salmon spot price for the contract period. The contracts last for 6 to 12 months. The long-term strategy is selling around 40-50% of the harvested volumes of salmon as VAP products at fixed price contracts. Selling the products at fixed prices reduces the financial risk with fluctuating salmon prices. The market price for contracted VAP products follows a more stable pattern instead of short-term fluctuations as in the spot market. The price level on long-term contracts are on a higher level than ever before. At present, there are no indications that this price level should decrease significantly. FOF (Fishmeal, -oil and feed) The outlook for the production of fishmeal and fish oil is dependent on the availability of raw material. The ICES 2017 recommendation for blue whiting is 1,342 thousand tonnes, compared with 776 thousand tonnes in 2016. Recommendations for herring and mackerel quotas have increased as well. The forecast for production of fishmeal and fish oil are positive and will most likely increase due to higher quotas and better availability. The major market for Havsbrún´s fish feed is the local Faroese market including Bakkafrost’s internal use of fish feed. Havsbrún’s sales of fish feed in 2017 are expected to be at 85,000 tonnes. Investments In June 2016, Bakkafrost announced a five-year investment plan from 2016 to 2020. The total investments for the period is DKK 2.2 billion, including maintenance CAPEX. The purpose of the investment plan is to continue to have one of the most cost conscious value chains in the farming industry, to carry out organic growth, increase flexibility and reduce the biological risk to meet the future consumers’ trends and to be more end-customer orientated. Bakkafrost aims at being self-supplied with smolts at a size of 500g each. The benefits are a shorter production time at sea as well as reduced biological risk. To reach this goal, approximately half of Bakkafrost’s total investments over the next five years will be in hatcheries. The investment of the new harvest/VAP factory at Glyvrar is in its final stages. The harvest operation started in the summer of 2016 and ramped up during the second half of 2016. The harvest factory at Kollafjørður will be closed in Q1 2017. The VAP production in the new harvest/VAP factory will start operation in Q1 2017. The old VAP production factory at Glyvrar was closed in Q4 2016, and the VAP production at Fuglafjørður will be closed in Q1 2017. There will be some extra costs during the start-up period, but the investment is expected to result in operational savings of DKK 70-90 million per year with gradual effect from 2017. Bakkafrost plans to increase the value of offcuts from salmon harvested and processed in the new harvest/-VAP factory. In 2017, Bakkafrost will invest in a new salmon meal and salmon oil plant, located in Fuglafjørður and operated by Havsbrún. The new salmon meal and salmon oil plant is expected to start operation in late 2017 and is expected to have positive margins in 2018. The FOF segment will also invest in a new feed line, which will increase the capacity of the feed production. Free cash flow from operations, existing financing facilities and partly new financing if advantageous will finance the investments. The dividend policy will be unchanged. Financial Improved market balances in the world market for salmon products and cost conscious production will likely improve the financial flexibility going forward. A high equity ratio together with Bakkafrost’s bank financing and the issuance of bonds makes Bakkafrost’s financial situation strong. This enables Bakkafrost to carry out its investment plans to further focus on strengthening the Group, M&A’s, organic growth opportunities and fulfil its dividend policy in the future. Please find enclosed the Company’s Q4 2016 report and presentation. Contacts: Regin Jacobsen, CEO of P/F Bakkafrost: +298 235001 (mobile) Gunnar Nielsen, CFO of P/F Bakkafrost: +298 235060 (mobile) This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. About Bakkafrost: Bakkafrost is the largest salmon farmer in the Faroe Islands. The Group is fully integrated from feed production to smolt, farming, VAP and sales. The Group has production of fishmeal, fish oil and salmon feed in Fuglafjørður. The Group has primary processing in Glyvrar and Vágur, and secondary processing (VAP) in Glyvrar. The Group operates sea farming in Norðoyggjar, Eysturoy, Streymoy and Suðuroy. The headquarter is located in Glyvrar, and the company has 820 fulltime employees. NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR THE UNITED STATES. This press release does not constitute or form part of an offer or solicitation to purchase or subscribe for securities. The securities referred to herein may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an exemption from registration as provided in the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Copies of this announcement are not being made and may not be distributed or sent into the United States, Australia, Canada or Japan.

InDex Pharmaceuticals Holding AB (publ) year end report 2016

Period October – December 2016 · Revenues amounted to SEK 0.3 (0.1) million · Operating result amounted to SEK -16.4 (-6.4) million · Result after tax amounted to SEK -16.3 (-6.5) million, corresponding to SEK -0.27 per share (-0.22) before and after dilution · Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK -8.3 (-7.3) million Period full year 2016 · Revenues amounted to SEK 0.4 (0.4) million · Operating result amounted to SEK -39.5 (-29.5) million · Result after tax amounted to SEK -41.3 (-29.9) million, corresponding to SEK -1.08 per share (-0.99) before and after dilution · Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK -31.9 (-37.0) million · Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period amounted to SEK 193.2 (7.0) million · Number of employees at the end of the period was 7 (8) · Number of shares at the end of the period was 62 498 893 All comparative amounts in brackets refer to the outcome of InDex Pharmaceuticals' overall activities during the corresponding period 2015. Significant events during October – December 2016 · Trading in InDex’s shares started on Nasdaq First North Stockholm on October 11, 2016 · Results from additional analyses of data from the COLLECT study were presented at the United European Gastroenterology Week 2016 (UEGW) · New patent for cobitolimod was granted in the US · Proceeds from the IPO were received in October 2016 (net SEK 197 million after deduction for IPO expenses and offsetting of the bridge loan including interest) Significant events after the reporting period · The Company has entered an agreement for services with the global contract research organization (CRO) PAREXEL for the implementation of the CONDUCT study · InDex participated with two poster presentations at the annual congress of the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) “We are now working intensely to implement the CONDUCT study as efficiently and quickly as possible. We will begin treating patients in the second quarter of 2017 and the objective is to have the main results from the study during the fourth quarter of 2018,” said Peter Zerhouni, CEO of InDex Pharmaceuticals.  CEO statementAfter a successful IPO, the trading in InDex’s shares started on Nasdaq First North Stockholm on October 11, 2016. Following the listing we have focused on the final preparations of the clinical phase IIb trial CONDUCT. CONDUCT is a dose optimisation study with our lead drug candidate cobitolimod and will include 215 patients with moderate to severe active ulcerative colitis. An important step was taken at the end of January 2017 when we entered an agreement for services with PAREXEL for the implementation of the study. PAREXEL is a leading global CRO with considerable experience from managing multinational clinical studies in inflammatory bowel disease. We are now working intensely together with them to implement the study as efficiently and quickly as possible. We will begin treating patients in the second quarter of 2017 and the objective is to have the main results from the study during the fourth quarter of 2018. The study will be conducted at approximately 90 sites in 12 different countries, including Sweden. In March 2017, physicians and study staff from all the sites will come together at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm during two days for a so-called investigator’s meeting. We will then go through the study in detail so that all clinics conduct the study in a uniform way and we also want to build a strong team spirit among everyone working with CONDUCT. The process of getting the study approved by regulators and ethics committees in each country is underway and we have already manufactured study drug for the entire trial. Originally we had planned to also include American patients in the study to raise awareness of cobitolimod in the US. Due to cost reasons we have instead chosen to increase the number of sites and countries in Europe, giving better opportunities to meet the patient recruitment goals. We have also manufactured a large batch of cobitolimod drug substance at our contract manufacturer in the US with good results. It will primarily be used for the preclinical safety studies that we will perform in parallel with CONDUCT to prepare cobitolimod for phase III. Besides working with cobitolimod and CONDUCT, we have initiated preclinical studies to broaden our pipeline of DIMS compounds for other inflammatory diseases. We have received a second payment of SEK 1.4 million under the grant from VINNOVA for this work. Just before Christmas, Redeye initiated analyst coverage of InDex. The analysis is available on their website. We have thus ended 2016 and started 2017 with a lot of progress and I look very much forward to soon welcoming patients into the CONDUCT study. We have our Annual General Meeting on May 30, 2017 and I hope to see you there. For more information:Peter Zerhouni, CEOPhone: +46 8 508 847 35E-mail: peter.zerhouni@indexpharma.com PublicationThis information is information that InDex Pharmaceuticals Holding AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication through the agency of the contact person set out above at 8:00 CET on February 27, 2017. InDex Pharmaceuticals in briefInDex is a pharmaceutical development company focusing on immunological diseases where there is a high unmet medical need for new treatment options. The company’s foremost asset is the drug candidate cobitolimod, which is in late stage clinical development for the treatment of moderate to severe active ulcerative colitis - a debilitating, chronic inflammation of the large intestine. InDex has also developed a platform of patent protected discovery stage substances, so called DNA based ImmunoModulatory Sequences (DIMS), with the potential to be used in treatment of various immunological diseases. InDex is based in Stockholm, Sweden. The company’s shares are traded on Nasdaq First North Stockholm. Redeye AB is the company’s Certified Adviser. For more information, please visit www.indexpharma.com.

Scania introduces Scania One – the digital platform to connected services

Through Scania One, fleet owners and drivers will have access to the most relevant connected services that can simplify and improve their transport assignments. It constitutes an open customer platform for existing and coming Scania services as well as external content in the versatile Android tablet device.  “Scania One is our framework for seamlessly and efficiently integrating both current and coming services in a single environment,” says Christian Levin, Executive Vice President, Head of Sales and Marketing, Scania. “I am convinced that these services, taken together, will significantly contribute towards greater efficiency and thereby higher revenues for transport companies.” Scania One is based on communications technology-giant Ericsson’s software. It is designed to meet the varying needs of customers and drivers related to the trucking operation, transport assignment or simply personal preference. Since services may be added at will, Scania One offers an attractive single device choice. From the purpose-built tablet launcher, drivers can access all apps that the transport company subscribes to. Scania One features the Scania Fleet Management, the comprehensive monitoring and analytical system that provides fleet owners with an overview of equipment and drivers. It offers in-depth data on performance trends with regard to crucial factors that directly affect costs, such as fuel consumption and wear. It is also an invaluable tool in fleet planning, providing information on position and needed servicing. The condensed Fleet Performance app provides an abbreviated version of Scania Fleet Management with the most pertinent information. In addition, some of the services Scania One initially features include: Check before drive – provides a digital checklist for guided daily inspections of brand-neutral vehicle and trailer status with time-saving opportunities to continuous record observations as the basis for service planning. Scania Assistance – allows drivers to digitally contact Scania’s assistance service and transmits position for speedy remedial roadside and workshop action. Guide me –guides drivers through an interactive tool with augmented reality functionality in acquainting themselves with basic functions. With the mobile device camera, dashboard symbols can be scanned to provide information in text or video. Scania will continuously add new features while also encouraging developers to add useful services, building a platform for optimised and efficient transport solutions. Scania One is compatible with the cloud-based platform of Volkswagen Truck & Bus, which also serves as the base for RIO, opening opportunities to offer additional services and a wider ecosystem. Watch our Scania One introduction video: http://bit.ly/ScaniaOne For further information, please contact: Karin Hallstan, Public Relations Manager Phone +46 76 842 8104 E-mail karin.hallstan@scania.com

Maria Hedengren proposed to join the Board of NetEnt

The Nomination Committee proposes re-election of the current directorsVigo Carlund, Fredrik Erbing, Peter Hamberg, Michael Knutsson, Pontus Lindwall, Maria Redin and Jenny Rosberg. Mikael Gottschlich has declined re-election. Vigo Carlund is proposed to be re-elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Furthermore, the Nomination Committee proposes that Maria Hedengren is elected as new director. Maria Hedengren was CFO of NetEnt during the period of 2011 to 2016. Since December 2016, she is CFO of iZettle AB. Maria also has extensive experience from several previous senior positions in finance, mainly in the IT industry. Information about the Nomination Committee and the members of the Board of Directors of NetEnt is available on the Company´s website at https://www.netent.com/en/corporate-governance/. The Annual General Meeting will be held on April 21, 2017, in Stockholm. For additional information please contact:Vigo Carlund, Chairman of the Board of Directors and member of the Nomination Committee of NetEnt AB (publ)Tel: +46 70 762 00 93 This information is information that NetEnt AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08:30 CET on February 27, 2017. About NetEntNetEnt AB (publ) is a leading digital entertainment company, providing premium gaming solutions to the world’s most successful online casino operators. Since its inception in 1996, NetEnt has been a true pioneer in driving the market with thrilling games powered by a cutting-edge platform. NetEnt is committed to helping customers stay ahead of the competition, is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm (NET–B) and employs 900 people in Stockholm, Malta, Kiev, Krakow, Gothenburg, Gibraltar and New Jersey. www.netent.com

Norwegian competition authority negative to Telia Company’s acquisition of Phonero

“We disagree with the competition authority’s preliminary notice and we are very surprised by their assessment of the dynamics of the Norwegian enterprise segment. If their decision stands, only the dominant operator in the market will benefit”, says Abraham Foss, CEO of Telia Company’s Norwegian operation.  Telia Company’s market share in the enterprise segment is currently 13 percent. This would increase to 26 percent through the acquisition of Phonero.     “We firmly believe that the acquisition would provide a clearer alternative while also strengthening competition in the enterprise segment. There will be no real competition in the Norwegian enterprise segment until the dominant operator is properly challenged”, continues Abraham Foss.  Telia Company will now assess the preliminary notice and respond to the authority within the timeframe that they have set.     For more information, please contact our press office +46 771 77 58 30, visit our Newsroom (http://www.teliacompany.com/en/newsroom/) or follow us on Twitter @Teliacompany  (https://twitter.com/Teliacompany).   Forward-Looking StatementsStatements made in the press release relating to future status or circumstances, including future performance and other trend projections are forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that will occur in the future. There can be no assurance that actual results will not differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements due to many factors, many of which are outside the control of Telia Company.    We’re Telia Company, the New Generation Telco. Our 21,000 talented colleagues serve millions of customers every day in one of the world’s most connected regions. With a strong connectivity base, we’re the hub in the digital ecosystem, empowering people, companies and societies to stay in touch with everything that matters 24/7/365 - on their terms. Headquartered in Stockholm, the heart of innovation and technology, we’re set to change the industry and bring the world even closer for our customers. Read more at http://www.teliacompany.com/.

Nel ASA: Acquires Proton OnSite to create the world’s largest electrolyser company and launches private placement

NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR THE UNITED STATES DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR THE UNITED STATES OR ANYOTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER OF ANY OF THE SECURITIES DESCRIBED HEREIN. Nel ASA: Acquires Proton OnSite to create the world’s largest electrolyser company and launches private placement (Oslo, 27 February 2017) Nel ASA (“Nel” or the “Company”) has entered into a non-binding term sheet to acquire the Connecticut U.S. based hydrogen technology company Proton Energy Systems Inc. (“Proton OnSite”). This will create the world’s largest hydrogen electrolyser company with a global footprint. The purchase price corresponds to an enterprise value of USD 70 million. The contemplated acquisition will be settled by USD 20 million in cash, and new shares of Nel paid in equal instalments after 12 months and 24 months at an agreed share price of NOK 2.72. Nel will today (27 of February 2017) launch a private placement (the “Private Placement”) by offering up to 65 million new shares in an accelerated bookbuilding process. “We are proud to announce the intention to combine Nel and Proton OnSite, creating the world’s largest hydrogen electrolyser company. Proton OnSite is recognised as the number one provider of PEM electrolysis systems and fully complements Nel both in terms of technology and market outreach. The combined entity will be able to offer the full spectre of electrolysers in terms of capacity and technology. This will give Nel a strong foothold in the U.S. and other markets beyond our current position. Proton OnSite also has a very motivated and talented organization, and a solid backlog going into 2017, says Jon André Løkke, Chief Executive Officer of Nel. Incorporated in 1996, Proton OnSite has been developed into the largest manufacturer of on-site hydrogen generators with over 2,600 units installed worldwide in more than 75 countries. The company offers advanced Proton Exchange Membrane (“PEM”) electrolysis systems to various markets, focusing on small to medium sized plants. Proton OnSite’s recently developed Megawatt product line is viewed as a significant area of focus and deemed to be a key success criteria going forward. The company had revenues of USD 27 million in 2016 and is headquartered in Wallingford, Connecticut, with approximately 90 employees. “Proton OnSite and Nel is a strong strategic fit, with synergies related to sales and commercialisation, product portfolio, R&D and best practices across the combined company. We expect a solid demand also for PEM electrolysers going forward and will by this acquisition be able to fully complement our product portfolio. Nel will be a one-stop-shop completely independent of your technology preference and our combined sales teams will be a global force to recon with,“ says Løkke. “We look forward to joining forces with Nel, creating the leading hydrogen electrolyser company globally. We see strong strategic benefits from combining our technological footprint, and think we can accelerate our combined growth and benefit from all the exciting opportunities we see ahead of us. There is a strong cultural fit combining our two organizations, and we are excited to continue on this journey with Jon and his team”, says Robert Friedland, President & Chief Executive Officer of Proton OnSite. The term sheet between Nel and Proton OnSite's shareholders is non-binding, and the contemplated acquisition will be subject to the successful negotiation of a mutually agreed share purchase agreement. The transaction is expected to be concluded in the second quarter of 2017 and will be subject to ordinary closing conditions to be agreed, including the receipt of any public approvals required. More detailed information about Proton OnSite is included in the attached presentation. Carnegie acts as financial advisor to Nel in connection with the contemplated acquisition. Nel has retained Arctic Securities and Carnegie (the “Managers”) to advise on and effect the Private Placement of new shares directed towards Norwegian and international investors. In the Private Placement, the company is offering up to 65 million new shares, representing ~9.5% of the outstanding capital in the Company. The price in the Private Placement will be determined through an accelerated bookbuilding process. The net proceeds from the Private Placement will be used to secure funding for the contemplated acquisition and for general corporate purposes, including funding strategic growth initiatives within the Company’s business. The bookbuilding period for the Private Placement opens today at 16:30 CET and closes 28 February 2017 at 08:00 CET. The Managers may, however, at any time resolve to close or extend the bookbuilding period at its sole discretion and on short notice. The minimum subscription in the Private Placement has been set to the number of shares that equals an aggregate purchase price of the NOK equivalent of EUR 100,000. The shares allocated will have payment date on or about 2 March 2017 and is expected to be delivered on or about 6 March 2017. The shares will be tradable upon the registration of the share capital increase in the Norwegian Register of Business Enterprises, expected on or about 3 March 2017. The new shares will be issued based on a Board authorisation granted by the Company's general meeting held on 20 May 2016. The waiver of the preferential rights inherent in a private placement is considered necessary to secure financing for the contemplated acquisition in a timely and cost-efficient manner, in the interest of all shareholders. The Board of Directors of the Company will consider to conduct a subsequent offering directed towards existing shareholders in the Company as of the end of trading today, 27 February 2017 (and as registered in the VPS as of the end of 1 March 2017) who were not allocated shares in the Private Placement. ENDS For additional information, please contact: Jon André Løkke, CEO, +47 9074 4949 About Proton OnSite| www.protononsite.com       Proton OnSite is a global leader in hydrogen gas solutions. Since 1996, the company has been developing and applying hydrogen technology in creative and practical ways that best meet the diverse requirements of its customers. The advanced Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolysis systems coupled with the company’s uncompromising attention to excellence and quality, enables Proton OnSite to deliver, install and support gas generation units on every continent. About Nel| www.nelhydrogen.com       Nel is a global, dedicated hydrogen company, delivering optimal solutions to produce, store and distribute hydrogen from renewable energy. We serve industries, energy and gas companies with leading hydrogen technology. Since its foundation in 1927, Nel has a proud history of development and continual improvement of hydrogen plants. Our hydrogen solutions cover the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to manufacturing of hydrogen fueling stations, providing all fuel cell electric vehicles with the same fast fueling and long range as conventional vehicles today. Important information: The release is not for publication or distribution, in whole or in part directly or indirectly, in or into Australia, Canada, Japan or the United States (including its territories and possessions, any state of the United States and the District of Columbia). This release is an announcement issued pursuant to legal information obligations, and is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. It is issued for information purposes only, and does not constitute or form part of any offer or solicitation to purchase or subscribe for securities, in the United States or in any other jurisdiction. The securities mentioned herein have not been, and will not be, registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "US Securities Act"). The securities may not be offered or sold in the United States except pursuant to an exemption from the registration requirements of the US Securities Act. The Company does not intend to register any portion of the offering of the securities in the United States or to conduct a public offering of the securities in the United States. Copies of this announcement are not being made and may not be distributed or sent into Australia, Canada, Japan or the United States. The issue, exercise, purchase or sale of subscription rights and the subscription or purchase of shares in the Company are subject to specific legal or regulatory restrictions in certain jurisdictions. Neither the Company nor the Manager assumes any responsibility in the event there is a violation by any person of such restrictions. The distribution of this release may in certain jurisdictions be restricted by law. Persons into whose possession this release comes should inform themselves about and observe any such restrictions. Any failure to comply with these restrictions may constitute a violation of the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. The Manager IS acting for the Company and no one else in connection with the Private Placement and will not be responsible to anyone other than the Company for providing the protections afforded to their respective clients or for providing advice in relation to the Private Placement and/or any other matter referred to in this release. Forward-looking statements: This release and any materials distributed in connection with this release may contain certain forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because they reflect the Company's current expectations and assumptions as to future events and circumstances that may not prove accurate. A number of material factors could cause actual results and developments to differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. This information is subject of the disclosure requirements acc. to §5-12 vphl (Norwegian Securities Trading Act).

Nel ASA: Private placement successfully completed

NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR THE UNITED STATES DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR THE UNITED STATES OR ANYOTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. Nel ASA: Private placement successfully completed (Oslo, 28 February 2017) Reference is made to the stock exchange release from Nel ASA (“Nel” or the “Company”) published on 27 February 2017 regarding a contemplated private placement of new shares. The Company announces today that it has raised NOK 176.7 million in gross proceeds through a private placement (the “Private Placement”) of 64,980,000 new shares (the “New Shares”), at a price per share of NOK 2.72. The Private Placement took place through an accelerated bookbuilding process managed by Arctic Securities and Carnegie (the “Managers”) after close of markets on 27 February 2017. The Private Placement was significantly oversubscribed. The net proceeds from the Private Placement will be used to secure funding for the contemplated acquisition of Proton OnSite and for general corporate purposes, including funding strategic growth initiatives within the Company’s business. The New Shares will be issued based on a Board authorisation granted by the Company’s annual general meeting on 20 May 2016. Notification of allotment for the Private Placement and payment instructions will be sent today to the subscribers which have been allocated New Shares. The shares allocated will have payment date on or about 2 March 2017 and is expected to be delivered on or about 6 March 2017. The shares will be tradable upon the registration of the share capital increase in the Norwegian Register of Business Enterprises, expected on or about 3 March 2017. The Board of Directors of the Company has resolved to undertake a subsequent offering of up to 10,000,000 new shares towards the Company’s shareholders as of 27 February 2017 (as documented by the shareholder register in the Norwegian Central Securities Depository (VPS) as of the end of 1 March 2017) who were not allocated shares in the Private Placement (the "Subsequent Offering"). The subscription price in the Subsequent Offering will be equal to the subscription price in the Private Placement. Following registration of the new share capital pertaining to the Private Placement, the Company will have 748,658,252 shares outstanding, each with a par value of NOK 0.20. The following primary insiders (or related parties thereof) of the Company have ordered and been allocated shares in the Private Placement: Øystein Stray Spetalen, member of the Board, and affiliated companies Strata Marine & Offshore AS and Ferncliff Maris AS have been allocated 3,156,557 New Shares, and will following completion hold 36,367,842 shares in the Company. Jan Chr. Opsahl, member of the Board, through Dallas Asset Management AS has been allocated 1,427,219 New Shares, and will following completion hold 16,443,511 shares in the Company. H2 Holding APS, owned by Jacob Krogsgaard, Senior Vice President of Nel Hydrogen Solution; Mikael Sloth, Vice President Business Development; Jesper Boisen, Business Development Director of Nel Hydrogen A/S and Thomas Luckmann, Service Director of Nel Hydrogen A/S, has been allocated 650,224 New Shares, and will following completion hold 127,405,781 shares in the Company. ENDS For additional information, please contact: Jon André Løkke, CEO, +47 9074 4949 About Nel | www.nelhydrogen.com       Nel is a global, dedicated hydrogen company, delivering optimal solutions to produce, store and distribute hydrogen from renewable energy. We serve industries, energy and gas companies with leading hydrogen technology. Since its foundation in 1927, Nel has a proud history of development and continual improvement of hydrogen plants. Our hydrogen solutions cover the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to manufacturing of hydrogen fueling stations, providing all fuel cell electric vehicles with the same fast fueling and long range as conventional vehicles today.

The Marketing Group Appoints New Chairman and Chief Financial Officer

Stockholm, 28 February, 2017 – THE MARKETING GROUP PLC (“the Group”), a full service global marketing network, is pleased to announce the appointment of Don Elgie to the role of Non-Executive Chairman of the Board and Mike McElhatton as new Chief Financial Officer, with immediate effect. Mr Elgie replaces Jeremy Harbour, who steps down from his role as Executive Chairman, and Mr McElhatton replaces Charles Bartholomew who will continue to support the company on the Board of Directors. Don Elgie has a wealth of experience in public companies and over 30 years’ experience in the marketing industry. He was CEO of Creston Plc, an international digital marketing and communications group from 2001 to 2014, during which he completed a number of successful international acquisitions. Don is currently Non-Executive Chairman of Crossrider Plc, the international media and app distribution company. Mike McElhatton has more than 25 years’ experience in the marketing sector and has a successful track record executing acquisitions for public and private companies. He is currently the Non-Executive Director of Nile HQ Limited and DBI Network, and has previously held senior roles at WPP, Splendid Unlimited, Publicis Media and Havas Media UK. Adam Graham, Chief Executive Officer of The Marketing Group Plc., said: “I would like to welcome Don Elgie and Mike McElhatton as our new Non-Executive Chairman and Chief Financial Officer. I would also like to acknowledge Jeremy Harbour’s role in founding The Marketing Group and thank him for his major contribution to the success of the Group to date. Don and Mike’s knowledge of the marketing sector and track record of acquisitions is outstanding. Their experience working in public companies will also now serve to greatly enhance the effectiveness of our Board and The Marketing Group, as a whole. That we are able to attract individuals of the calibre of Don and Mike speaks volumes about what the Group has already achieved and its potential going forwards.” In tandem with the appointments of Don Elgie and Mike McElhatton, current Directors Callum Laing, Toby Street, Hannah Middleton and Yang Yen Thaw have also resigned from roles on the Board to pave the way for other industry veterans who bring more operational and industry experience to the Group. The Group takes the view that the interests of shareholders are best served by a well-represented and diversified Board with a healthy proportion of independent directors. Appendix 1: Professional highlights and past / present directorships held by newly-appointed Directors  +--------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+|Mr Don ||ElgieAppointed ||to Chairman of ||the Board of ||Directors, Feb ||2017  |+--------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+|Sep 2014 – |Non-Executive Chairman, Crossrider PlcCrossrider Plc is a ||Present |public-listed next generation online distribution and digital || |products hub operating in the UK, Europe, and the US that || |employs 100 staff. The company is listed on AIM in London. |+--------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+|Jun 2014 – |Special Advisor, British Interactive Media Association ||Present |(BIMA)BIMA is an industry association representing the || |interactive media and digital content sectors. The association || |supports and promotes the British digital industry and share || |knowledge as well as best practices across the industry. |+--------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+|May 2014 – Jun|Non-Executive Chair, Emoderation LtdEmoderation Ltd is a leader||2016 |in social media and reputation management, specialising in || |online crisis management. The company is privately owned and || |employs over 150 employees. |+--------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+|Jan 2001 – Mar|Founder and Group CEO, Creston Plc Creston Plc is an ||2014 |international insight and communications group.  It has || |operations in 65 markets around the world and employs 800 || |staff. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange. |+--------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+ +-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+|Mike ||McElhattonAppointed ||as Chief Financial ||Officer, Feb 2017  |+-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+|April 2016 – |Non-Executive Financial Director, Nile HQ Limited and DBI ||Present |NetworkNile HQ Limited is a digital agency that || |specialises in service design and research.    |+-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+|Jan 2015 – Nov 2016|Financial Director and Chief Operating Officer, Splendid || |UnlimitedSplendid Unlimited is one of the fastest growing || |technology companies in the UK. Its designers, developers,|| |UX specialists and recognised industry experts have || |delivered innovative digital experiences for some of the || |world’s leading brand. |+-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+|Jul 2013 – Jan 2015|Chief Financial Officer EMEA, POSSIBLEPOSSIBLE is the || |largest digital agency within WPP with capabilities || |ranging from complex website design and build to social || |media and digital marketing with a focus on marketing || |science and effectiveness. |+-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+|Oct 2008 – Oct 2012|Chief Financial Officer, Havas Media UK Havas Media UK is || |part of the Havas Group, one of the largest global || |communications groups. |+-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+|Apr 1999 – Oct 2008|Finance Director, MPG Media Contacts MPG Media Contacts is|| |part of the Havas Group, one of the largest global || |communications groups.  |+-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+|Aug 1995 – Apr 1999|Financial Controller, Zenith Optimedia Zenith Optimedia is|| |a digital media company that is part of Publicis Media.   |+-------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+ Appendix 2: Board Composition Following the recent changes to the Board of Directors, the composition of the Board is as follows: The Marketing Group plc Board of Directors Mr Don Elgie – Non-Executive Chairman of the Board Mr Charles M Bartholomew – Executive Director Mr James J Downton – Executive Director Mr Adam J Graham – Executive Director Mr Mike McElhatton – Executive Director Mr Prakash Somosundram – Executive Director Mr Conrad Swailes – Executive Director Mr Mats Lundkvist – Independent Director -END- This information is information that The Marketing Group plc is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:00am CET on 28th February 2017.  For more information, please contact Stella TanDirector of CommunicationsE-mail: ir@marketinggroupplc.comSwedenClaes Delin / Mikael WidellPhone: +46 703 11 9960E-mail: claes.delin@cordcom.se  SingaporeMalcolm Robertson / Tom EvrardPhone: +65 6831 7829 / 9850 1998E-mail: ftiunitygroup@fticonsulting.com  The Marketing Group in brief The Marketing Group plc is a global marketing and advertising agglomeration comprising a portfolio of successful and independent digital marketing subsidiary businesses brought together under a central, publicly-listed operating platform. Each company within the Group provides specialist marketing or advertising services and together form a global network of companies offering clients a full suite of services. The central operating platform supports its subsidiary companies with management and coordinating activities as well as a common publicly-listed investment vehicle. The Marketing Group is listed on Nasdaq First North Stockholm. www.marketinggroupplc.com. Mangold Fondkommission AB, +46 8-5030 15 50, is the company’s Certified Adviser and liquidity provider.

The Marketing Group 2016 Annual Report

28 FEBRUARY 2017 The Marketing Group 2016 Annual Report The Marketing Group plc is pleased to issue its 2016 Annual Report. The 2016 Annual Report is available as an attachment to this release and is also available for viewing on the Group’s website (www.marketinggroupplc.com). -END- This information is information that The Marketing Group plc is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 07:00am CET on 28th February 2017. For more information, please contact Stella TanDirector of CommunicationsE-mail: ir@marketinggroupplc.com SwedenClaes Delin / Mikael WidellPhone: +46 703 11 9960E-mail: claes.delin@cordcom.se SingaporeMalcolm Robertson / Tom EvrardPhone: +65 6831 7829 / 9850 1998E-mail: ftiunitygroup@fticonsulting.com The Marketing Group in brief The Marketing Group plc is a global marketing and advertising agglomeration comprising a portfolio of successful and independent digital marketing subsidiary businesses brought together under a central, publicly-listed operating platform. Each company within the Group provides specialist marketing or advertising services and together form a global network of companies offering clients a full suite of services. The central operating platform supports its subsidiary companies with management and coordinating activities as well as a common publicly-listed investment vehicle. The Marketing Group is listed on Nasdaq First North Stockholm. www.marketinggroupplc.com. Mangold Fondkommission AB, +46 8-5030 15 50, is the company’s Certified Adviser and liquidity provider.