€1,000,000 to be allocated between Global Change Award winners in public online vote

The Global Change Award was introduced in August by the non-profit H&M Conscious Foundation, and is the first challenge for early stage innovation in the fashion industry. By catalysing bold, pioneering ideas the overall goal is to protect the planet by closing the loop for fashion. “The response of the first Global Change Award is overwhelming. Over 2,700 innovators from 112 countries shared their ideas to help close the loop for fashion. The winning innovations are important contributions in the journey towards a circular fashion industry. Now, we invite the public to use their voice and influence how much funding each idea should get,” says Karl-Johan Persson, board member of the H&M Conscious Foundation and CEO of H&M. The votes will have a real impact as they determine how the €1,000,000 grant will be distributed. The idea that gets the most votes receives €300,000, second most votes receives €250,000 and third, fourth and fifth most votes receive €150,000 each. Everyone can vote at globalchangeaward.com 1-7 February. The voting result and the people behind the winning innovations will be revealed at a grand award ceremony in Stockholm, February 10, and on globalchangeaward.com on February 11. “The Global Change Award rewards truly out-of-the-box thinking in utilizing advanced technological approaches to make the fashion industry more sustainable – for example, creating less environmental waste and using less energy – while making fashion products that are even more appealing. In this sense, the five winning innovations all have the potential to be truly game-changing,” says Ellis Rubinstein, President and CEO, The New York Academy of Sciences and member of the Global Change Award jury. For more detailed information about the innovations and visual material, visit www.globalchangeaward.com THE GLOBAL CHANGE AWARD WINNERS 2015 IN SHORT: The polyester digester - using microbes to recycle waste polyester textile Polyester is the world’s most common fibre for making textiles and clothes and today it is difficult to recycle waste textile polyester effectively, since it is often mixed with other fibers. This innovation is developing a new type of microbe that eats waste polyester to create useful ingredients, which in turn can be used to produce new polyester without a loss in quality. Growing textile fibre under water - utilizing algae to make renewable textile Algae are organic sea-organisms that, when picked out, gives the opportunity to create a new type of raw material to produce renewable textile. Algae grow on energy from the sun and CO2; therefore it is a renewable resource. It also reduces the need for transportation of textile, since algae can be picked from coastal regions around the globe. Making waste-cotton new - conversion of waste-cotton into new textile A new technology is under development that dissolves textile waste and allows for it to be used as raw material in the production of new textiles, without loss in quality. It uses an environmentally friendly, solvent to dissolve the cotton in textile waste in order to spin new cotton-like textile fibres from the waste and create new textiles. This reduces landfill waste and saves natural resources. An online market for textile leftovers - a marketplace for industrial upcycling of spill in production A global online marketplace is being developed that gathers and gets textile spill data from manufacturers directly to designers and into the design process of new clothes. The software tool gathers real-time data on waste inventory tied to the production. It then connects manufacturers with designers to get textile leftovers into production and into the design process instead of becoming waste. 100 percent citrus - creating new textile out of citrus juice production by-products The by-products left over from extracting citrus juice lend an opportunity to produce a new type of sustainable textile for conscious consumers. The yarn produced from the by-products can be used to create different types of textiles and addresses the demand for high quality sustainable textiles. NOTES TO THE EDITOR Voting & Result: Everyone can vote at www.globalchangeaward.com 1-7 February. The voting site is available in 12 languages. The voting result, and the people behind the winning innovations, will be revealed at a grand award ceremony in Stockholm, February 10, 2016. The grant: The idea that gets the most votes receives €300,000, second most votes receives €250,000 and third, fourth and fifth most votes receive €150,000 each. The funding: The H&M Conscious Foundation is funded by the Stefan Persson family - founders and main owners of the Swedish fashion company H&M. Since 2013, the family has donated SEK 900 million to the Foundation. The Innovation Accelerator: H&M Conscious Foundation, Accenture and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm have developed a one year innovation accelerator to support the winners in developing their innovations. Countries with the highest number of participants in the Global Change Award: Italy, India, USA, Great Britain, Sweden, Spain, Netherlands, Indonesia, Germany and France. MEMBERS OF THE JURY Dr. Michael Braungart: Academic Chair “Cradle to Cradle for Innovation and Quality” at Erasmus University Rotterdam; Professor at Leuphana University Lüneburg; Scientific Director of EPEA Hamburg. Prof. Rebecca Earley: Professor in Sustainable Textile and Fashion Design at University of the Arts London and Director of its Textile Futures Research Centre. Mr. Ma Jun: Director, Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs, China. Ms. Eva Kruse: CEO, Danish Fashion Institute; CEO, Copenhagen Fashion Week. Prof. Johan Rockström: Director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre and Professor in Environmental Science with emphasis on water resources and global sustainability at Stockholm University. Mr. Ellis Rubinstein: President and CEO, The New York Academy of Sciences. Ms. Franca Sozzani: Editor in Chief of Vogue Italia. Ms. Amber Valletta: Supermodel, actress & entrepreneur.

Axis Acquires Leading Video Analytics Provider Citilog

Axis Communications, the global leader in network video, today announced the acquisition of Citilog, a provider of intelligent real-time video monitoring for traffic and transportation security and safety. The addition of their advanced surveillance technology and experienced personnel strengthens Axis’ best-of-breed solution and further expands its opportunities in the fast-growing traffic analytics market. “Citilog’s proven products are well known to the traffic sector, and complement our solutions for the most demanding requirements in that market. Their commitment to developing quality, innovative and easy-to-use products is consistent with Axis’ approach to provide the most competitive, highest value solution for a range of customer needs,” said Ray Mauritsson, CEO at Axis. “We are excited to be able to offer our channel partners and end users state-of-the-art analytics tools that work with their existing Axis network video solutions.” Citilog is a privately held company with 30 employees, headquartered in Paris, France and with offices in the USA, Hong Kong and Spain. The company offers a suite of video analytics tools and sensors for transportation monitoring, such as automatic incident detection, traffic data collection and intersection control. Its products improve road safety, limit risks and help reduce travel time. Axis and Citilog have worked together for several years on both engineering and sales to provide integrated solutions to a number of mutual customers. 

Nederman receives an order in the Americas for SEK 34 million.

The Nederman solution consists of state-of-the-art drying technology, which was proven through an on-site demonstration to be more efficient than the customer’s existing system. Nederman’s close working relationship with the customer led to the success of this project. The US organization will deliver the order and therefore the order will be booked in the Americas.The order will be booked in the first quarter of 2016 and is expected to be delivered and installed during Q4 of 2016.    For further information, please contact:Sven Kristensson, CEOTelephone: +46 42 18 87 00e-mail: sven.kristensson@nederman.comStefan Fristedt, CFOTelephone +46 42 18 87 00e-mail: stefan.fristedt@nederman.com  Nederman (publ) is required to publish the above information under the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act.The information was submitted for publication on February 1, at 08.00 am CEST.   Facts about NedermanNederman is one of the world's leading companies supplying products and solutions in the environmental technology sector focusing on industrial air filtration. The company's products and solutions contribute to reducing the environmental impact, create safe and clean working environments and improve production efficiency. Nederman offers complete solutions, including engineering and design, commissioning, installation, training and aftermarket. Sales are managed through the Group’s own sales offices and distributors in over 50 countries. Production is performed in 12 countries on five continents. The Group is listed on Nasdaq OMX, Stockholm and has around 1,900 employees.Nederman Holding AB (publ), P.O. Box 602, SE-251 06 Helsingborg, Sweden.Corporate registration number: 556576-4205

New Tieto Security Services to include Dell One Identity Solutions to enhance Cloud Services offering

Today, organizations are challenged to keep up with the accelerating pace of change in information security. With increasing numbers of employees demanding remote access via both professional and personal devices to data and applications through the corporate network, IT teams face a multitude of complex tasks in ensuring employees can gain secure access to both internal and external web applications. Through the deployment of Identity and Access Management solutions, organisations are able to manage the authentication of users, ensuring that the right people are able to access, using single sign-on, the applications and data in different clouds as required by their roles. "The importance of information security in the modern world has grown exponentially. That is why Tieto has founded an internal start-up to provide information security services. We work in active collaboration with market-leading solutions providers and are pleased to be able to bring Dell One Identity solutions into our ecosystem. Dell offers us something special in terms of identity management. We were looking for a modular system that we could easily integrate into our own service offering, right down to a pricing model that scales in accordance with usage. And so we were able to build a package on top of the Dell portfolio. Our package is highly adaptable to customers' varying requirements and it can be delivered quickly," says Markus Melin, Head of Tieto's Security Services start-up. "The addition of cloud services represents a unique challenge to information security within an organization. Identity and access management plays a key role in modern organizations that are beginning to utilize cloud services by ensuring that access to on-premise and cloud-based data is secure and easy for all authorized employees to access, regardless of the device they are using. Tieto is a superb partner for us – they have a strong foothold in all of the Nordic countries and we approach the IT security development path in very much the same way," says Dell Finland's Software Sales Lead, Petri Ahveninen. Pictures: Markus MelinTieto Security Wall Supporting resources: •                     Read more about Tieto Security Services: www.tieto.com/security •                     Tieto’s whitepaper on security: http://pages.tieto.com/security-services-whitepaper.html •                     Markus Melin on Twitter:  @markusmelin and @TietoCorp #security #mssp Further information: Markus Melin, Tieto Corporation, markus.melin@tieto.com. Tel. +358 400 941 121Petri Ahveninen, Oy Dell Ab, petri.ahveninen@software.dell.com , Tel. +358 40 505 1419 TIETO CORPORATION DISTRIBUTION Principal media TIETO CORPORATION Tieto is the largest IT services company in the Nordics providing full lifecycle IT services. We also provide global product development services for companies in the communications and embedded technologies arena. Through industry insight, technology vision and innovative thinking, Tieto proactively strives to inspire and engage its customers in finding new ways of accelerating their business. Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Tieto has over 13 000 experts in more than 20 countries. Turnover is approximately €1.5 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm. www.tieto.com

EQT Mid Market invests in ELEVATE

· EQT Mid Market acquires a majority stake in ELEVATE, a leading social compliance assessment and improvement service provider headquartered in Hong Kong · Strategy is to support the continued growth and development of new services as well as further expansion in the European market via EQT’s Industrial Network · Founders and management remain significant shareholders and invest alongside EQT Mid Market The EQT Mid Market Fund (“EQT Mid Market”) has acquired a majority stake in ELEVATE (the “Company”). The existing management team of ELEVATE, under the leadership of Co-Founder and CEO Mr. Ian Spaulding, will continue to drive the growth and development of the Company. ELEVATE is one of the world’s leading social compliance assessment and improvement service provider operating in the rapidly growing market for supply chain sustainability and risk management services. With operations in over 30 countries, the Company works with sourcing, procurement, and compliance executives from major US and European companies by providing services to build, implement, and operate effective strategic supplier responsibility programs. Leveraging leading edge service modules, ELEVATE offers customized programs that help its customers monitor and assess supply chain risk, develop mitigation plans, build supplier capacity, and improve supply chain social, environmental and business performance. The global market for supply chain sustainability is also poised for further growth given increasing regulations, heightened consumer awareness and preferences, and globalization of sourcing and procurement. ELEVATE was formed in April 2013 with the merger of the companies Level Works and INFACT Global Partners. Level Works was a leader in developing and implementing customized global monitoring programs driving transparency and continuous improvement in factories. INFACT had established itself as the leading factory capacity building advisory services firm. Mr. Ian Spaulding, Co-Founder and CEO of ELEVATE, said: “We are excited to work with EQT and its network of Industrial Advisors. With its industrial and operational growth-focused approach, EQT is an ideal partner for ELEVATE as we continue to develop superior services to our clients and drive impact for employers, employees and the planet.” “We are impressed by ELEVATE’s professional management team, innovative service offering and its focus on business driven sustainability. The focus on delivering high quality services to its clients is monumental to its success. EQT looks forward to deploying its global resources to support ELEVATE’s growth and development strategy further,” says Mr. Tak Wai CHUNG, Partner at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to EQT Mid Market. The parties have agreed to not disclose the transaction value. Contacts: Tak Wai CHUNG, Partner at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to EQT Mid Market +65 6595 1834 Kerstin Danasten, EQT Spokesperson +46 8 506 55 334 About EQT EQT is a leading global private equity group with approximately EUR 29 billion in raised capital. EQT has portfolio companies in Europe, Asia and the US with total sales of more than EUR 17 billion and approximately 140,000 employees. EQT works with portfolio companies to achieve sustainable growth, operational excellence and market leadership. For further information, please visit www.eqt.se About ELEVATE ELEVATE is one of the world’s leading professional services firm specializing in enhancing supply chain social, environmental and business performance. ELEVATE leads the industry with innovative solutions to complex problems and is actively engaged in all levels of the supply chain with segmented services and customized programs. For further information, please visit www.elevatelimited.com

Healthcare providers rate Sectra the #1 global PACS vendor

“To me, winning both the Global and the US awards for customer satisfaction proves that our consistent strategy to develop medical IT solutions that really make a difference to our customers’ daily work is paying off,” says Marie Ekström Trägårdh, President Sectra Imaging IT Solutions. The 2015/2016 Best in KLAS Global (Non-US) PACS award is based on surveys of PACS users in hospitals worldwide. The Global (Non-US) PACS recognition has been presented twice and Sectra has won the award both times. In the US, Sectra has won Best in KLAS for PACS for three consecutive years. “Sectra truly listens to their customers, and that results in innovation and continued training to ensure the product is well maintained and high performing. Over the last few years, the other vendors in this category have failed to react to industry needs and be innovative,” comments a Hospital Manager on the KLAS website, (refer to: http://data.klasresearch.com/products/comments/1816). Sectra has been developing IT solutions for healthcare imaging for more than 20 years. The first Sectra PACS was installed in Sweden and today, it is used by healthcare providers throughout the world who manage over 70 million radiology examinations annually. Further reading: · Sectra, Sectra PACS and the KLAS scores www.sectra.com/klas · Read the press release from KLAS at www.klasresearch.com/News/PressRoom/ Meet Sectra at HIMSS and ECR Sectra’s medical IT solutions, including Sectra PACS, will be showcased at the HIMSS and ECR trade shows. To book a meeting, use the following links: · www.sectra.com/himss · www.sectra.com/ecr

BERLIN TO STAGE LAUREUS WORLD SPORTS AWARDS ON APRIL 18, 2016

BERLIN, February 1, 2016 – The Laureus World Sports Awards, which celebrate the outstanding achievements of sportsmen and sportswomen around the world, will return to Europe in 2016. The Awards will be hosted in Germany for the first time, held in Berlin on April 18, 2016. A prestigious event with a global reach In front of a global television and online audience, the Awards will be attended by the biggest names in sport, both past and present. The event returns to Europe for the first time since London in 2012, after taking place in leading sports cities around the world in recent years, including Rio de Janeiro and Shanghai. Consisting of seven categories, the Awards will celebrate the achievements of the outstanding athletes from 2015, crowning the Sportsman, Sportswoman, Action, Disability athlete and Team of the Year. The Awards will also recognise the greatest sporting Breakthrough of 2015, as well as choosing the most impressive Comeback. Among the sporting greats who have been named as winners of Laureus Awards since 2000 are Usain Bolt, Novak Djokovic, Michael Schumacher, Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Alex Ferguson, Lewis Hamilton, Rafael Nadal, Pelé, Steve Redgrave, Ronaldo, Kelly Slater, Shaun White, Yelena Isenbayeva and Zinedine Zidane. Following on from the Nominations voting, by a panel of 2,000 of the world’s leading sports media, the winners of the 2016 Laureus World Sports Awards will be selected in a secret ballot of the ultimate sports jury - the 55 members of the Laureus World Sports Academy, all living legends of sport. Laureus Award winners receive a Laureus statuette exclusively produced by Cartier. Sustainable impact through Sport for Good While celebrating the success of the greatest athletes in the world, the Awards have significant impact at grassroots level, by supporting the work of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation Since its inception, The Foundation has supported more than 150 sports-based community projects around the world that have helped to improve the lives of millions of young people. In Germany, the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation supports 16 sports-related community projects which work to educate young people and bring communities together. Tackling social challenges such as integration, discrimination and juvenile crime, Laureus has helped over 50,000 young people in Germany and Austria since 2001. A first time in Germany Edwin Moses, double Olympic gold medallist and Chairman of the Laureus World Sports Academy, said: “I am delighted that the 2016 Laureus Awards is to be staged in Berlin. Our Foundation has been very active in spreading the Sport for Good message since 2001 and it’s exciting to be bringing the Awards to Germany for the first time. Everyone there has a real passion for sport and I know this will be an occasion to remember.” Michael Mueller, Mayor of Berlin, also welcomed the announcement, commenting: "The Laureus World Sports Awards celebrate the achievements of the world's top sportsmen and women and highlight the incredible power of sport. All around the world sport brings people together. The spirit of the Laureus Awards fits to a city like Berlin. We are delighted to be the first German city to host this special event." Sport has the power to change the world At the inaugural Laureus World Sports Awards in 2000, Nelson Mandela, who later became the Patron of Laureus, said: “Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. Sport can awaken hope where there was previously only despair.” This has become the philosophy of Laureus and the driving force behind its work combatting some of the world’s toughest social challenges facing young people today.

NORDIC NANOVECTOR AWARDED NOK 15 MILLION FROM THE RESEARCH COUNCIL OF NORWAY TO RESEARCH AND DEVELOP NOVEL TARGETED THERAPEUTICS

Oslo, Norway, 1 February 2016Nordic Nanovector ASA (OSE: NANO) is pleased to announce the award of a up to NOK 15 million grant from the Research Council of Norway’s User-driven Research-based Innovation programme (in Norwegian; Brukerstyrt innovasjonsarena, BIA) to support the research and development of novel targeted therapeutics for leukemia  and non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. The award is based on the promising potential for value creation, both for patients and the society at large, as well as for Nordic Nanovector together with the high quality of research and innovation and the company’s international ambitions.  Nordic Nanovector’s Chief Scientific Officer, Jostein Dahle, commented: “This grant funding is important as it enables us to advance early stage research that leverages our expertise in ARC therapies, particularly around CD37-targeted approaches, as a means of developing a broader portfolio of products behind Betalutin® for treating malignant leukaemias and lymphomas.” The grant will be paid over a three-year period. It is assigned to and will enable acceleration of the early stage project entitled “Development of Two New Antibody Radionuclide Conjugates (ARCs) for Treatment of Malignant Lymphoma and Leukemia”. The project is focused on development of ARCs consisting of a chimeric anti-CD37 antibody (chHH1) and a radioactive nuclide as the cytotoxic agent. chHH1 is a humanized version of the murine HH1 antibody, the tumour-targeting component of Nordic Nanovector’s lead candidate Betalutin®, which is currently advancing in a Phase 1/2a clinical trial for the treatment of third line and second line NHL. Nordic Nanovector will construct and investigate ARCs with different payloads. These combinations have the potential to lead to product candidates with a range of drug profiles that may be applicable across multiple haematological malignancies. Successful candidates are expected to be advanced into clinical trials. Established in 2006, the BIA programme is the largest industry-oriented programme at the Research Council of Norway (Forskningsrådet).  This broad-based programme supports high-quality R&D projects with good business and socio-economic potential. ### For further information, please contact: Luigi Costa, Chief Executive OfficerCell: +41 79 124 8601Email: ir@nordicnanovector.com Tone Kvåle, Chief Financial OfficerCell: +47 91 51 95 76Email: ir@nordicnanovector.com Mark Swallow/David Dible (Citigate Dewe Rogerson) nordicnanovector@citigatedr.co.ukTel: +44 207 282 2948/+44 207 282 2949 Victoria Igumnova (Trout International LLC)Cell: +44 750 763 1280Email: vigumnova@troutgroup.com About Nordic NanovectorNordic Nanovector is a biotech company focusing on the development and commercialisation of novel targeted therapeutics in haematology and oncology. The Company’s lead clinical-stage product opportunity is Betalutin®, the first in a new class of Antibody-Radionuclide-Conjugates (ARC) designed to improve upon and complement current options for the treatment of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL). NHL is an indication with substantial unmet medical need and orphan drug opportunities, representing a growing market worth over $12 billion by 2018.Betalutin® comprises a tumour-seeking anti-CD37 antibody (HH1) conjugated to a low intensity radionuclide (lutetium-177). The preliminary data has shown promising efficacy and safety profile in an ongoing Phase 1/2 study in a difficult-to-treat NHL patient population. The Company is aiming at developing Betalutin® for the treatment of major types of NHL with first regulatory submission anticipated in 1H 2019.Nordic Nanovector intends to retain marketing rights and to actively participate in the commercialisation of Betalutin® in core markets, while exploring potential distribution agreements in selected geographies. The Company is committed to developing its ARC pipeline to treat multiple selected cancer indications.Further information about the Company can be found at www.nordicnanovector.com

Optimarin gets 2016 off to EXcellent start with 10 system Atlantis Tankers order

1 February, 2016, Norway: Optimarin has consolidated its position within the EX approved ballast water treatment (BWT) segment with a 10 vessel contract from Atlantis Tankers Group and its management arm Armona Denizcilik. The Norwegian BWT specialist will now provide its market proven solution to two newbuildings and the eight existing vessels in the Turkish controlled fleet. Optimarin has recently been in the news as the first UV system supplier to pass the USCG’s marine water tests, with full USCG approval expected this spring. But its technology is also generating interest for its full EX approval, satisfying all Zone 1 ATEX requirements for operation in hazardous areas. This was key to Atlantis Tankers, which transports a variety of cargoes, including organic and non-organic chemicals, clean and dirty petroleum products, and vegetable and lube oils. “EX approval was essential for Atlantis Tankers and Armona Denizcilik, as was our wider compliance and proven market experience,” comments Optimarin CEO Tore Andersen. “This is a contract that encompasses both newbuilds and retrofits, so it was important to be able to demonstrate our ability in both. “Together with our engineering partners, Goltens worldwide and Zeppelin in Northern Europe/former CIS territories, we can ensure a global footprint and fast and efficient installation. With the ratification of the IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention on the horizon, this is essential for professional shipowners and operators like Atlantis Tankers Group.” The systems are now scheduled for installation in the newbuilds Atlantis Augusta and Atlantis Alicante in 2016, with the eight-system batch set for delivery in 2019. Installation on the existing fleet will take place during special survey dry docking over 2019/2020. The tankers range from 3,446 to 6,416 dwt and are all designed for the transport of IMO II classified chemical cargoes. Speaking of the decision to choose Optimarin systems across the entire fleet, Atlantis Tankers Group chairman Lorenz Weinstabl explains: “Quite simply, we offer customers reliability, flexibility and the very highest service standards - we wanted a BWT supplier that could provide those same values. “Optimarin’s track record in the industry is second to none. The technology is established, their expertise is unique and, with their engineering partners, their ability to quickly install and commission solutions worldwide is proven. What’s more the upcoming USCG approval delivers the peace of mind we need and the flexibility of operation our customers demand. “With the growth of the fleet Atlantis is focused firmly on the future. Optimarin’s systems will help support our success, ensuring compliant, reliable and environmentally responsible operations.” This latest order brings the number of systems sold by Optimarin up to 364 units, with more than 270 installed. Of these more than 60 have been retrofits. Alongside Atlantis Tankers, Optimarin provides its BWT solution to shipowners such as Saga Shipholding, MOL, Grieg Shipping Group, Gulf Offshore, Farstad Shipping, NYK, Nor Line, and Evergreen Marine Corp, amongst others. In addition to its full EX and upcoming USCG approvals, Optimarin systems are fully approved by IMO and are certified through DNV GL, Lloyd’s, Bureau Veritas, MLIT Japan, and American Bureau of Shipping. For further information please contact: Optimarin:Tore AndersenOptimarin CEOTel +47 911 35 860Email: tandersen@optimarin.com www.optimarin.com

Choirs hit the high notes for York’s first Community Choir Festival

Eleven choirs from in and around York dazzled audiences with their vocal dexterity over the three evenings of the first York Community Choir Festival, which ran from Thursday to Saturday (28-30 January) at Joseph Rowntree Theatre. The three-day event featured many different types of choirs, from men’s and women’s barbershop choruses, to traditional choirs, and some razzle dazzle with musical theatre favourites.  The three evenings were each compèred by Dougie Weake of Vale Radio, Adam Tomlinson and Elly Fiorentini of BBC Radio York. Graham Mitchell, the theatre’s fundraising director, who organised the festival with volunteer, David Stainton, is delighted with the response to the event: “This is a brand new event for the theatre, and for York, and it brought out some fantastic local talent, who performed to very appreciative audiences on each of the three nights, and it was wonderful to have Dougie, Adam and Elly on board to help each evening run smoothly.” Plans are already underway for next year’s Festival, with other choirs already asking to be involved.  “We had three very different concerts over the three nights, and with more choirs already saying that they want to get on board for January 2017, we may be able to further expand this to include more shows, and hopefully draw an even wider audience as this becomes an important part of York’s Festival calendar.” Anyone wanting to get involved in the 2017 festival should contact Graham Mitchell at secretary@jrtheatre.co.uk. ENDS For further media information or photographs, please contact: Jay Commins PR director, Joseph Rowntree Theatre Tel:         01904 500698 Email:    jay.commins@jrtheatre.co.uk

Tele2 Croatia launches 4G

Tele2 Croatia is thereby first on the market to offer 4G by default to postpaid and prepaid customers on all tariffs. The 4G service enables speeds of up to 150 Mbps across the entire 4G coverage, and is not limited to certain locations. Allison Kirkby, President and CEO, Tele2 AB, comments: “This 4G network is based on a future-proof state-of-the-art network solution, and enables users to enjoy the benefits of true mobility. The Croatian 4G launch also means that Tele2 will now offer 4G in its whole MNO footprint, once the Joint Venture in Kazakhstan has been concluded. That is a great milestone for the company.” With this nationwide 4G launch and the recently completed 3G network upgrade in Croatia, Tele2 now covers 99% of the Croatian population with voice services, 97% of the population with 3G data services and now 90% of the population with 4G data services - making it one of the most comprehensive networks in the entire region. For more information, please contact:Viktor Wallström, Director of Communications, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 703 63 53 27Louise Tjeder, Head of Investor Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 704 26 46 52 TELE2 IS ONE OF EUROPE'S FASTEST GROWING TELECOM OPERATORS, ALWAYS PROVIDING CUSTOMERS WITH WHAT THEY NEED FOR LESS. We have 14 million customers in 9 countries. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data network services, content services and global M2M/IoT solutions. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government monopolies and other established providers. Tele2 has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since 1996. In 2015, we had net sales of SEK 27 billion and reported an operating profit (EBITDA) of SEK 5.8 billion.

Clas Ohlson launches brand new wallpaper range!

“Since previously, we have a popular assortment of paint and accessories suitable for those doing home improvement projects. We are now taking the next step in the development of our range with the launch of wallpaper, where I believe the combination of price, quality, design and availability will become a success factor,” says Eva Berg, Head of Assortment at Clas Ohlson. The installation is simple as all wallpapers in the new range are hung directly onto a pasted wall. Moreover, the strip is possible to remove as long as it is wet, which means that one can take it down and try again if it is not straight. Once installed, it is easy to wipe off and keep clean. But not least, Eva Berg believes that customers will appreciate the possibility to get started with their wallpapering projects right away.   “Initially, we will have an assortment of six different patterns available in stores, and an additional 30 patterns stocked at our distribution centre with a delivery time of a couple of days. Few can match that,” Eva Berg continues.  The Clas Ohlson wallpaper is of so-called non-woven quality, which reduces the risk of ripping during installation compared to thinner qualities of wallpaper. In addition, the fiber coated backside limits the risk of shrinking or expanding when wet. The wallpapers will be sold at four different price levels. The six patterns which are stocked in stores cost 159 SEK per roll. The wallpapers in the three other price levels will cost from 239 SEK to 499 SEK per roll. 

Martial Arts Master Launches Programme Designed to Transform Troubled Youths

A British martial arts master is transforming the lives of children with a hard hitting character development programme. By training youngsters in the art of Choi Kwang Do, Keith Banfield’s ‘Martial Arts Educare Programme’ (http://www.maeducare.com/) aims to actively modify behaviour and arm children with the mental tools needed for lifelong success. As a holistic martial art, Choi Kwang Do, focuses on three key areas of development. The trio includes optimising health, training students in self-defence and the development of good character. Master Banfield’s Martial Arts Educare Programme focuses on the third area: character development. Master Banfield runs two schools located in London, Wembley and Stevenage, Hertfordshire. He brings over 31 years of experience to his training, with 23 of these spent enlightening children, teenagers and adults. During this time he has developed a complex understanding of the multifaceted face of Choi Kwang Do, and the dramatic impact that character development can have on an individual’s lifelong aspirations. His theory was recently put to the test when he was approached by the Assistant Deputy Headteacher of a local primary school. After noticing the courteous, respectful and implicitly polite conduct of Master Banfield’s students, Mr Joe Napoleon saw an opportunity to transform the life of a misbehaving student.  Joe Napoleon recalls “What I noticed particularly with children who were in Master Banfield’s martial arts class was that they appeared well rounded, able to regulate their behaviour, able to regulate their temperament and their attitude towards their work ethic.” Described by staff as “un-teachable,” Mohammed was one of many British students who fail to develop appropriate attitudes towards education. Teachers cited several key problems, including an attitude towards authoritative figures, disrespect to women, a lack of self-discipline and negligent class participation. After six months of training, during which he attended two 45-minute classes per week, Mohammed has made remarkable progress. While the overall total contact time was just 21 hours and 36 mins, Master Banfield’s training had hard hitting results. Thanks to a five-step process, the Martial Arts Educare Programme has categorically transformed Mohammed’s behaviour. Step one sees Master Banfield create an environment that establishes confidence, comfort and respect for all. This is the catalyst of the self-transformation process. Step two teaches students to access their inner power and focus, engaging in 60 seconds of quiet called the Silent Sitting Exercise. Students are urged to simply listen to the sound of their own breaths as part of the journey towards becoming calm, focussed and still. Step three progresses to physical strength and skill training, with students learning to master blocks, punches, kicks, strikes and sequences. This is followed by the character development and self-discipline stage, or mental martial arts training. Here students explore the concept that Choi Kwang Do is not about fighting, but learning how not to fight. Sessions conclude with training in how to build power and channel energy in a positive way. For Mohammed, the results have been remarkable. Both his teachers and his mother have noticed a dramatic transformation in behaviour. As well as tackling bad behaviour, the Martial Arts Educare Programme is designed to help children who are being bullied, demonstrating poor academic performance, failing to develop social skills, have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD or simply suffer from shyness, low self-esteem and lack of self-confidence.  A video of Mohammed’s transformation is available at https://youtu.be/tssJ8B_u_AM. To find out more about Keith Banfield and how his Martial Arts Educare Programme uses Choi Kwang Do to transform the lives of British youth, go to: http://www.maeducare.com

Scania celebrates its 125th anniversary

Here’s a brief rundown of Scania’s history, from its beginnings in 1891 through to today,: 1891: The privately owned wagon-building company Vabis is established in Södertälje and sets about producing open goods wagons and transport wagons. Some 20 years later, Scania-Vabis is created through the amalgamation of Vabis with the Malmö-based, privately owned machine-manufacturing company Scania. 1923: Scania-Vabis designer August Nilsson develops a four-cylinder, overhead-valve engine. The engine’s power and reliability are of major benefit in trucks and buses. 1936: Scania-Vabis develops its first diesel engine, something that impresses the trade press during test drives. “To my surprise, I could hardly hear the engine,” wrote one journalist. “However, I certainly felt its effect as the bus shot forward like an arrow.” 1961: Scania-Vabis builds on its success in Brazil, opening its first ever production facility outside Sweden in São Bernardo do Campo, near São Paulo. 1969: A legend is born! Scania introduces a 350 hp, 14-litre V8 turbocharged engine. It is the most powerful truck motor in Europe at the time and pioneers Scania’s low-rev philosophy with a high-torque output at low engine speeds. 1980: Scania launches the 2-series, the first modular commercial vehicle range 1988: The new 3-series is launched and the following year takes the International Truck of the Year award. Scania is now able to tailor trucks according to customer specifications. 1995: The 4-series is launched and the following year also receives the International Truck of the Year award. 2000: Scania’s millionth vehicle rolls off the assembly line. 2003: Scania’s Young European Truck Driver competition makes its debut. Numerous winners have since been crowned. 2009: Scania launches the Scania Touring, a new coach built in partnership with Chinese bus bodybuilder Higer. Scania and Higer has joined forces to produce buses in China for the world market – a pioneering step forward in bus manufacturing.      2010: Boasting 730 hp, Scania’s new V8 engine is the most powerful in the world without having to compromise on fuel efficiency. 2011: Two years before it becomes legally compulsory, Scania introduces Europe’s first Euro 6 truck. 2013: New Streamline models for long distance transport are launched. 2015: Scania delivers its 150,000th truck with activated connectivity. Scania is contributing to global sustainable transport, making it much larger than just its products. During 2016, the company’s most important asset – its employees – will also be in focus. There’s a definite pride associated with working at Scania. Together, we have shaped our past and, together, we are building the future.

Carrier Transicold UK Secures First Order from James Hall & Co.

James Hall & Co., a Lancashire-based wholesaler and distributor for SPAR, has taken delivery of four new trailers fitted with Vector™ 1950 MT (multi-temperature) systems in its first ever order from Carrier Transicold (http://www.carrier.com/carrier/en/us/products-and-services/transport-refrigeration/) UK. Carrier Transicold, which operates in the UK as Carrier Transicold UK,  is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX). Mounted to 11.2 metre Gray & Adams trailers, the new units will operate from the company’s purpose-built distribution centre in Preston, delivering a mix of ambient, fresh and frozen produce to the 540 SPAR outlets it services across northern England. The order adds to a refrigerated fleet of 44 trailers and 37 rigid trucks already operated by James Hall & Co.   “After hearing great things about the Vector 1950 MT unit, we decided to put it to the test for ourselves with an initial order of four units,” said Ian Farnworth, fleet engineering manager, James Hall & Co. “The nature of our business means trailer utilisation is high and ensuring reliable performance from our fleet is critical to keep our business running smoothly. Based on what we have experienced so far, we feel safe knowing that the new Carrier Transicold systems will prove reliable additions to our fleet.” With a high refrigeration capacity of 18,875 watts, the Vector 1950 MT is well suited to maintain precise temperature control of sensitive goods on intensive distribution routes with multiple door openings. Multi-zone control allows for a flexible trailer configuration whilst the 5,700 m3/h airflow helps to protect the cargo with unparalleled pull-down speeds and even air distribution. Featuring Carrier Transicold’s patented E-Drive™ all-electric technology, the Vector 1950 MT units will help James Hall & Co. reduce carbon dioxide emissions by reducing refrigerant leaks by up to 55 per cent versus conventional technology systems. For more information on Carrier Transicold and its products and services, visit www.carriertransicold.co.uk. (http://www.carrier.com/truck-trailer/en/uk/) Follow Carrier on Twitter: @SmartColdChain (http://www.twitter.com/smartcoldchain). About Carrier Transicold Carrier Transicold helps improve transport and shipping of temperature controlled cargoes with a complete line of equipment and services for refrigerated transport and cold chain visibility. For more than 40 years, Carrier Transicold has been an industry leader, providing customers around the world with the most advanced, energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable container refrigeration systems and generator sets, direct-drive and diesel truck units, and trailer refrigeration systems. Carrier Transicold is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. For more information, visit www.transicold.carrier.com. Follow Carrier on Twitter: @SmartColdChain (http://www.twitter.com/smartcoldchain). # # # CTUK/186/16

Securitas AB to publish Full Year Report on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

08.00 Report releaseThe report will be sent as a press release from Cision (www.cision.se) and will automatically be published on www.securitas.com when released. 09.00 Presentation slides availableFor presentation slides, follow the link www.securitas.com/presentations 09.30 Telephone conference and audio castAnalysts and media are invited to participate in a telephone conference at 09.30 a.m. (CET) where Securitas CEO Alf Göransson will present the report and answer questions. The telephone conference will also be audio casted live via Securitas’ website. Please note! No information meeting will take place at Securitas headquarters at Lindhagensplan in Stockholm. To participate in the telephone conference, please dial in five minutes prior to the start of the conference call: The United States: + 1 855 269 2605Sweden:   + 46 (0) 8 519 993 55United Kingdom:  + 44 (0) 203 194 0550 To follow the audio cast of the telephone conference via the web, please follow the link www.securitas.com/webcasts. A recorded version of the webcast will be available on the same web page after the telephone conference. Subscribe to press releases and financial informationTo receive press releases and financial reports from Securitas, please follow the link  www.securitas.com/subscribe and follow the instructions. Information:Micaela Sjökvist, Head of Investor Relations   Phone: +46 10 470 30 13. Mobile: +46 (0) 76 116 7443Gisela Lindstrand, Senior Vice President Corporate Communications and Public AffairsPhone: +46 10 470 30 11. Mobile: +46 (0)70 287 86 62

Odeon Multicines Girona becomes Spain’s second cinema to  screen ‘Star Wars’ in 3D with Christie’s “fantastic” 6P laser projection system

Madrid, 27th January 2016.- Odeon Multicines Girona (http://odeonmulticines.com/) is the second film theatre in Spain – following La Maquinista in Barcelona – to offer Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 3D with a Christie® (http://www.christiedigital.com/) dual-head 6-Primary (6P) laser projection system. This multiscreen complex joins a growing band worldwide to offer Christie 6P laser projections, the solution of choice for the world’s best film theatres. Sala 4 at the multiscreen complex, which already had Dolby Atmos sound, was equipped for the occasion with the revolutionary Christie CP42LH (https://www.christiedigital.com/emea/cinema/cinema-products/digital-cinema-projectors/Christie-CP42LH-3DLP-RGB-Digital-Cinema-Laser-Projector) HFR 3DLP® 4K RGB laser projector, an ultra-bright colourful solution for big screens. Anchored by the Christie Freedom® laser lighting system, the CP42LH reproduces a colour spectrum that exceeds DCI P3 specifications and matches the Rec. 2020 colour space, making it the most advanced RGB laser cinema projection system available on the market. Located in Espai Gironès, a huge shopping centre in Salt, a town just outside Girona, Multicines Odeon has ten screens with a total capacity of 1,700. Seating 277 people, Sala 4, where the dual-head Christie system has been installed, is the theatre’s main screen, measuring 14.3 metres wide and 6.1 high and is also equipped with Dolby Atmos sound. The system installed in this theatre includes two 4K Christie CP42LH laser projection heads with integrated media block (IMB) connected via fibre optic to two racks, each one with six RGB laser modules that provide a total of 60,000 lumens – double what current digital projectors with lamps are able to offer. The scalability of the platform allows up to 12 modules per rack. And, with each laser module generating 5,000 lumens of light, that means a potential of up to 60,000 lumens per rack, and a total of 120,000 lumens. The system, designed to achieve over 14 foot lamberts in 3D screens, uses Dolby® 3D glasses specifically engineered to exactly match the 6 primary laser light wavelengths, thus yielding very high light efficiency. As Luis Carlos Millán López, owner of Odeon Multicines, said, “We are bowled over by the Christie 6P laser projection technology. It is giving our audiences a unique cinema experience. We believe that this is the future of 3D film projection and that it will be a key factor in boosting 3D box office returns around the world.” Meanwhile, Carmen Millán, manager of Odeon Multicines Girona, pointed out that, “The quality and realism of the 3D with this system are absolutely fantastic. And the light on the screen is equally spectacular. So much so, that a few days ago, just before the beginning of the movie, we thought that we had forgotten to dim the lights in the theatre, and when we went to turn them off we realised that the light was coming from the screen itself.” The truth is that the 6P laser projection screening of Star Wars at Odeon Girona has been the talk of this town and its 97,000 inhabitants: “It was widely reported in the local media, and the three screenings per day are packing in the public,” Carmen Millán claimed. “You can hear people coming out saying that they haven’t seen anything like it. The word of mouth alone is bringing in the crowds. And that is a source of pride for us, because the audiences here in Girona are very demanding and appreciate the high quality,” she added. Odeon Multicines Girona is now the second film theatre in Spain to offer Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a dual-head 6P laser projection system, following in the footsteps of Dolby Cinema La Maquinista in Barcelona which is equipped with the Dolby Vision projection system, a platform developed jointly by Dolby and Christie which also uses two 6P 4K HFR RGB laser projection heads. Marcos Fernández, Christie director for Spain and Portugal, added: “Our 6P laser architecture is a true revolution for the industry, affording incredible brightness, a reinforced colour spectrum and an extraordinary contrast ratio, radically improving the efficiency of 3D projection systems. It is the perfect option for high-end screens looking to set themselves apart from the competition and to offer their audiences a truly unforgettable cinema experience.”

Bring romance into your home

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Carrier Transicold Netherlands Acquires TRS Transportkoeling b.v

RUEIL-MALMAISON, France, Feb. 01, 2016 – Carrier Transicold, an industry leader in the transport refrigeration business, has announced the acquisition of TRS Transportkoeling b.v. (TRS), a Dutch manufacturer and service provider of sustainable transport refrigeration systems for trailers, trucks and containers. Carrier Transicold (http://www.carriertransicold.eu/), which operates in the Netherlands as Carrier Transicold Netherlands, is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX). “The acquisition of TRS enables Carrier Transicold to enhance its range of engineless transport refrigeration, strengthening our efforts toward achieving a sustainable cold chain,” said Victor Calvo, vice president and general manager, Carrier Transicold Truck Trailer, EMEA, Russia, Asia. “We have seen the emergence of a number of regulations to limit noise and environmental impact in the recent years. We believe TRS’ innovation and technology will further help our customers meet their efficiency and sustainability goals.” Founded in 1981, TRS has grown from a local service organization to an international producer of sustainable transport refrigeration systems for trucks, containers and controlled atmosphere refrigerated transport. It designs, produces and services engineless refrigeration systems using hydro-electric technology. Sourcing power from the truck engine improves fuel efficiency, lowers noise levels and reduces maintenance. Carrier Transicold is committed to providing refrigerated road transport operators with sustainable solutions to ensure cold chain integrity. This strategic acquisition will allow Carrier Transicold to deliver new offerings and technologies to its customers. For more information on Carrier Transicold and its products and services, visit www.carriertransicold.eu or follow @SmartColdChain (http://www.twitter.com/smartcoldchain) on Twitter. About Carrier Transicold Carrier Transicold helps improve transport and shipping of temperature-controlled cargoes with a complete line of equipment and services for refrigerated transport and cold chain visibility. For more than 40 years, Carrier Transicold has been an industry leader, providing customers around the world with the most advanced, energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable container refrigeration systems and generator sets, direct-drive and diesel truck units, and trailer refrigeration systems. Carrier Transicold is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. For more information, visit www.transicold.carrier.com or follow Carrier on Twitter: @SmartColdChain (http://www.twitter.com/smartcoldchain). # # # 202/16

Kährs Group inspires at Domotex Fair 2016 with innovative concepts and interiors

Throughout a series of individually-themed roomsets, Kährs and Karelia wood floors were presented alongside iconic furniture from renowned designers. Floors were chosen according to their colour tone and characteristics - from discreet white surfaces to high-shine metallic designs - and played a key role in the overall scheme. “Over the last decade, the perception of wood floors has shifted from a rather structural component, to a key element of interior design. At Kährs, we have always recognised this and it’s a joy to see our designs now being chosen according to colour and tone, rather than format. We’ll be reinforcing this, through all of our future activities, so that our partners have the tools to embrace this positive change too,” explained Emanuel Lidberg, Kährs Group Designer. Kährs new inspirational magazine - Design Stories – was also launched at Domotex 2016. Reflecting the new vision and concepts, the magazine gives an insight into what wood flooring really means to Kährs Group - from an environmental perspective, to its views on design, innovation and home decoration.   For more information, please visit Kährs Group’s product websites at:www.kahrs.com; www.kareliafloors.com and www.upofloor.com Or contactKährs Group Corporate CommunicationHelén Johansson+46 70 364 60 30helen.johansson@kahrs.com  (helen.johansson@kahrs.com)    About Kährs GroupKährs Group is a world-leading flooring manufacturer in hardwood and resilient flooring with a number of strong brands in its product portfolio, including Kährs, Karelia and Upofloor. The Company's innovations have shaped the industry throughout history and Kährs Group is dedicated to providing the market with innovative new flooring solutions. Kährs Group, which delivers products to more than 70 countries, is the market leader in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia and holds a strong position in other key markets, such as the UK and Germany. The Group has approximately 1,550 employees and annual sales of EUR 300 million. www.kahrsgroup.com

British Tourism & Travel Show previews its exhibitor show highlights for 2016

British Tourism & Travel Show – the leading annual meeting place for the UK’s multi-billion pound domestic tourism industry, has released a preview of some of the new launches being showcased at this year’s show. Taking place at NEC Birmingham on the 16-17 March 2016, the popular two day trade event will showcase over 250 leading attractions, venues, destinations, hotels, transport providers, associations and DMOs.  The following is just a taste of what’s on offer at the show. Work is underway for a new £15.7m visitor centre, at the National Memorial Arboretum.  Opening in Autumn 2016, the build comprises of a spacious welcome and orientation area, and exhibition space dedicated to the interpretation of Remembrance.  It will also incorporate a new restaurant and separate café, catering for 500,000 visitors a year (stand B23).  VisitWiltshire is introducing new group itineraries and packages including a one-day Capability Brown 300th Anniversary package tour with Longleat and Bowood, via Discover Wiltshire.  2016 Year of the Garden brings together two of Wiltshire’s finest examples of Capability Brown landscape gardens, Bowood House & Gardens, and Longleat.  Each attraction offers a 90-minute guided tour with expert guides, and includes lunch and a cream tea.  Perfect for horticultural enthusiasts and only £55 per person. T&Cs apply (stand G67). First time exhibitor Papa Sams Food is launching the Sandwich Box Club, a bespoke, pre-packed lunch service specifically aimed towards the coach and tour market in the UK. Catering for all types of dietary and religious requirements (including vegan, kosher, and halal), the custom made sandwich packs and hampers are ideal for all occasions. Customers can use the online order facility until 10pm for next day delivery, and free delivery over £100 (stand H10). An instant messaging web app for tour operators – Tosay.co is making its debut at the show.  Designed to attract new business, improve customer service, self-engagement, and productivity, it’s easy to use and affordable for tourist operators looking to inspire their teams to go the extra mile (stand B78). The multi award-winning Phoenix Artist Club, situated at the heart of London's Theatre Land, is introducing unique theatre inspired cocktails, to accompany a pre-theatre dining experience.  Cocktails include Rum Tum Ginger, Midnight Masquerade, and Trunch's Sour (stand F24). Visit Snowdonia is launching Snowdonia Pass.  This allows customers to access a number of exclusive discounts at participating attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels across North Wales for up to 12 months; available to buy online (stand B76, Visit Wales Pavilion). Dolphin Spirit Inverness is launching Dolphins for the masses. The Moray Firth is home to a resident population of dolphins and this is a unique opportunity to see them.  Their fully accessible 94 passenger vessel runs four trips daily throughout the season; private charters available (stand A11.7, Visit Scotland Pavilion). First time exhibitors, Yorkshire Makers, Miners & Money have formed a partnership group of South-West Yorkshire venues.  Partners on the stand include Wortley Hall, Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust, National Coal Mining Museum, Sheffield Industrial Museums, and Barnsley Museums, promoting the stunning stately homes built on the iron, steel and coal of the Yorkshire industrial past (stand D56). Love Weston are joined by the international sand sculpture festival team, who will be carving a coach out of Weston-super-Mare sand – to launch their in-resort driver and passenger incentive scheme, and new website ‘Visit by Coach’.  The offers will include meal deals and discounts, aimed at passengers, but will also display offers for coach drivers and tour guides, and a resource for group travel organisers to pass on to their clients (stand F46). Holkham have improved their visitor facilities and are proud to launch a brand new ticket office, gift shop and larger café in the Stables Courtyard.  The courtyard is also home to a new, state of the art ‘Field to Fork’ farming exhibition, telling the story of Holkham’s unique agricultural heritage (stand D51). Original Shrewsbury unveils its new 2016/17 groups and coaches brochure, which will allow guests to book their whole tour programme of Shrewsbury through the Sabrina Boat booking office.  The Sabrina Boat is one of the most popular attractions in Shrewsbury for groups, and is due to become even more popular by teaming up with other local attractions and businesses to offer Shrewsbury itineraries (stand H31). Norman Allen Group Travel is previewing a brand new 2017 tour programme for coach tour operators.  This will include their new tour suggestions in the UK, Ireland and Europe, as well as established tours, with limited availability that need to be booked early (stand G51).  Mill Rythe Holiday Village is introducing the new ‘Ready Steady Go!’ and ‘Electric Dreams’ shows,  celebrating music and fashions from the 60s and 80s.  Also promoting recent investments in new traditional British holiday camp style uniforms, refurbished rooms, bathrooms, carpets and bedding (stand H43). Herefordshire/Rural Concierge is launching the new ‘Group Visits & Travel Trade Guide’, to help encourage more groups to visit rural areas such as: Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Shropshire, Powys and Carmarthenshire (stand H8). Cedar Court Hotels is delighted to announce a further £750,000 of investment across the group in 2016.  20 new bedrooms will be completed at the Huddersfield Hotel by end of March, and a brand new restaurant at Harrogate Hotel is due to be launched in late Spring (stand C52). First time exhibitor, Eat Sleep Live Herefordshire is offering a chance for visitors to win a four-star stay at Lowe Farm in rural north Herefordshire.  This new independent destination marketing organisation is creating a tourism revolution, showcasing how to experience Herefordshire.  Also artisan chocolate, cordials, and hop confetti will be sampled on the stand (stand G50). Warner Leisure Hotels is introducing brand new holiday programmes, and a £5 million investment in a refurbishment programme, where around 500 rooms will be transformed into brand new ones.  New shows for spring 2016 include Gotta Sing Gotta Dance, and Sound of the Musicals.  Also, following on from guest feedback, they will be introducing a new Zorbing experience at Cricket St. Thomas, and Warner’s Walking Rugby (stand E21). Visit the Lothians is promoting the region as a great destination right next to Edinburgh by launching its new 'Gateway to Edinburgh' itinerary.  New highlights include fantastic outdoor attractions and activities to complement their inspiring itineraries featuring heritage, food, drink, shopping, and entertainment (stand A11.6, Visit Scotland Pavilion). Devon’s Top Attractions have recently launched its ‘one stop’ information shop.  Specifically designed for coach and tour operators, offering quick and easy access to visitor attraction and itinerary planning information on 40 of Devon’s leading attractions.  This friendly and efficient service also offers local knowledge, image bank and useful contacts (stand E74). The Metropole Hotel and Spa have teamed up with The Elan Valley Visitor Centre to offer tours deep inside, and onto the viewing gallery of the Victorian Dam, Pen Y Garreg.  Built between 1895 and 1903, in the spectacular landscape of mid Wales (stand B67, Visit Wales Pavilion). Cambria Tours have launched a programme of luxury pan-Wales guaranteed weekly set date departures in 2016.  They are also offering weekly culinary tours of Cardiff which launched last year, and will offer visitors the chance to enjoy fresh local Welsh produce while learning about the city (stand C76). Southport is promoting the new Southport Festival (6-8 May) – featuring music, comedy, poetry and visual arts.  Also showcasing its new shops, restaurants and bars along the iconic Lord St Boulevard, and new exhibitions at The Atkinson (stand E56). Visit Wales is promoting its 2016 ‘Year of Adventure’ campaign, designed to encourage more visitors to explore the country’s rich heritage, landscapes and culture.  New exhibitors on the pavilion include Beggars Reach Hotel, The Royal Mint, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, Southern Wales, Torfaen County Borough Council, Wales Official Tourist Guides Association, and Cardiff Bay.  Also looking ahead, they will be introducing Year of Legends in 2017 and Year of the Sea in 2018 (stand B61).   Since 1896 Snowdon Mountain Railway has been taking visitors on an adventure to the 1085m summit of Snowdon.  This year the railway will be celebrating its 120th anniversary with a Traditional Diesel or Heritage Steam experience, on the highest mountain in Wales and England (stand B66, Visit Wales Pavilion).   Black Country Living Museum is showcasing its new pricing structure for parties of 15 or more, where groups visiting will pay less than they have for the last three years.  Adults are now priced at £12 and seniors £10.  GTOs and coach drivers will continue to go free (stand G11). The new destination management organisation, Cotswolds Tourism, will be stand-sharing at the show with Berkeley Castle and The Royal Gardens at Highgrove, who’ve never exhibited at such an event before.  It gives all three the chance to showcase the very best the Cotswolds has to offer visitors (stand F20). In celebration of one of England’s greatest attractions and to mark the 300th anniversary of ‘Capability’ Brown, VisitEngland is promoting 2016 as the ‘Year of the English Garden’, with a PR campaign and travel trade activity throughout the year.  As part of this campaign VisitEngland has launched a range of free online resources to help destinations, travel trade and garden attractions to capitalise on the campaign.  This includes a Year of the English Garden logo, a number of short break itinerary ideas, and a dedicated image library (stand B87). Merlin Entertainments is promoting its new ride and attraction experiences across the UK including Derren Brown's Ghost Train at Thorpe Park Resort, and Galactica at Alton Towers Resort.  Merlin runs 110 attractions in 23 countries across four continents, aiming to deliver unique, memorable and rewarding experiences to millions of visitors (stand A21). Wales Millennium Centre is showcasing its range of new experience packages and itineraries at the show – from whisky tasting, to techie tours.  Visitors can discover the fascinating building, and the Welsh culture it stands to support and celebrate – all with exclusive travel trade rates (stand C61, Visit Wales Pavilion). London & Partners is promoting London’s upcoming cultural highlights including the new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, a whole programme of events commemorating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, the pageantry of the Queen’s 90th birthday, and the first international exhibition on British music icons, the Rolling Stones (stand B51). Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is showcasing a portfolio of over 500 cottages along the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, offering a concierge service, and providing new health and sports packages. Ideal for corporate staff rewards, independent travellers and overseas agent agreements. Weekly and short break packages available (stand C71).      Strathmore Hotels is promoting its new group packages for winter.  Visitors can treat a group to a “Fizz & Fayre” experience (Harrogate), or “Drams & Dances” (Oban).  All-inclusive packages are available at their 7 hotels from Jan-early March 2017, from £38pp (stand A11.5, Visit Scotland Pavilion). Doncaster Tourism is promoting Doncaster's rich Georgian heritage. Not only is the Doncaster Cup celebrating 250 years this year as the oldest horse race in England as part of this year's St Leger Festival, but the Mansion House, opened in 1749, has just emerged from a stunning restoration of its gilded façade (stand F39).               Sheffield Industrial Museums is promoting The Sheffield 1916: Steel, Steam & Power Project, which is inspired by the River Don Engine at Kelham Island Museum – a mighty steam engine built to roll armour plate for the Dreadnought warships that fought at the Battle of Jutland in 1916 during the First World War.  The project will include the creation of new displays about Sheffield’s major role in shipbuilding, the story of steam power and life in the city in 1916 when it was bombed during a Zeppelin raid (stand D56, Yorkshire Makers, Miners & Money). The National Coal Mining Museum is highlighting its variety of exhibitions at the original colliery buildings and galleries, including Mining Heroes, the Health and Welfare of Miners, and more.  The summer months also see a whole range of events including the annual Miners’ Gala, and Summer Fun Day (stand D56, Yorkshire Makers, Miners & Money). Condor Ferries is promoting its group rates for day trips from Poole to Guernsey, on board its brand new £50m fast ferry.  For £16.00 per adult return, a group can take a day trip and explore the beautiful islands of Guernsey and make the most of Duty Free onboard shopping (stand E11, Modern Hotels - The Mayfair Hotel, Destinations Ltd). Grange Hotel part of the Jupiter Hotels group has undergone an extensive refurbishment, which includes the renovation of the hotel’s ground floor including the restaurant, bar, lounge and reception area, as well as the redesign of the hotel’s largest event space, The Park Suite – to provide the ideal setting to cater for all occasions.  Jupiter Hotels operate 26 hotels under the Mercure brand, with hotels situated in key destinations, from Inverness to Brighton, and from Swansea to Norwich (stand G60). Gloucester & Cheltenham is promoting Gloucester’s Summer of Music, Arts and Culture (SoMAC).  Events include ‘Art in the City’, and a ‘flash’ exhibition, where the artists’ work will be judged by a panel that includes Lady Bathhurst and artist P.J. Crook and Russel Haines.  2016 will also see celebrations around Beatrix Potter’s 150th anniversary, Gloucester Rhythm & Blues Festival, a folk festival and a poetry festival, as well as the established Gloucester History Festival.  Sailing back into the city in 2017 is the Gloucester Tall Ships Festival (27-29 May) an event that showcases Gloucester at it’s very best (stand E41) With a portfolio of over 60 of Scotland’s finest heritage attractions, the National Trust for Scotland is offering many new developments in 2016, as well as extending a price freeze on trade rates until 31 December 2017.  Also promoting its themed tours at Culzean Castle, Discovering Outlander and Scottish Ghost Stories itineraries and Inverewe House, which opens to the public soon (stand A12). The Royal Yacht Britannia has been rated Scotland’s best visitor attraction for the 10th year in a row by VisitScotland.  As the Queen celebrates her 90th birthday, there has never been a better time for a visit to her former floating palace (stand A12, the National Trust for Scotland). Bletchley Park Trust is promoting its newest exhibition, The Petard Pinch, located in naval codebreaking Hut 8.  It tells the incredible story of the capture of crucial Enigma codebooks from the U559, and gives an insight into the heroic actions of Lieutenant Anthony Fasson, Able Seaman Colin Grazier and Naafi Canteen Assistant Tommy Brown, who saved the books from a sinking U-boat.  Other new exhibitions include Gordon Welchman: Bletchley Park’s Architect of Ultra Intelligence, which focuses on the Codebreaker's life and work (stand D71). Millennium Hotels And Resorts is promoting the Beatles-inspired Hard Days Night Hotel, situated in the heart of Liverpool, in an impressive Grade II listed building, with 110 luxurious guest rooms.  This boutique hotel is decorated with exclusive Beatles artwork and offers unique meetings and events spaces, as well as a popular restaurant, two bars and a live lounge (stand D61). World of Wedgwood is promoting an array of engaging attractions that bring to life Wedgwood’s 250 years’ heritage.  As well as the museum, visitors can enjoy factory tours, hands-on ceramic making, flagship store, factory outlet, contemporary Dining Hall and the Wedgwood Tea Room; open 7 days a week (stand D76). Redefine|BDL Hotels is showcasing two new hotels at the show.  This year they are opening the Courtyard by Marriott in Edinburgh and The Holiday Inn Express St Albans, bringing more variety to their growing portfolio (stand F51). Wales' World Heritage Sites is promoting their unique stories of heritage in Wales.  Whether it be a day visit, short break or a tour of Wales, they are able to provide tailor-made itineraries that meet customer's requirements.  Groups, FIT and MICE travellers welcomed (stand B73 VisitWales Pavilion).   Focus Hotels Management has a new long term management contract with the brand new three-star Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre, and is promoting its ownership of the four-star Sketchley Grange Hotel & Spa in Hinckley, Leicestershire at the show (stand A1). Genting Hotel is promoting its newest destination at the heart of Resorts World Birmingham, the UK’s first large scale resort, which opened in October 2015. The Genting Hotel is the first to open in Europe and is part of the global leisure business, The Genting Group, headquartered in Malaysia and therefore the Asian influences can be found across all aspects of the hotel (stand G81. 5). British Tourism and Travel Show returns to the NEC Birmingham on the 16-17 March 2016.   For more information and to register for a free ticket, please visit www.tourismshow.co.uk and enter priority code BTTS200 (direct link: www.eventdata.co.uk/Visitor/TourismShow.aspx?TrackingCode=BTTS200) ###

Pricer receives significant orders from leading French grocery retail chain

A large French grocery retail chain that began a major roll-out of the Pricer electronic price update system during 2015 has placed new additional orders representing a value of above SEK 100 million. The two parallel deployments throughout France that were won in strong competition last year consist of replacements of segment LCD labels in large hypermarkets and new installations of graphical e-paper labels in supermarkets. The orders will be delivered during the first half year of 2016 with Pricer providing installation services for all new installations. A number of complementing orders are expected later in the quarter. Pricer’s technology enables the replacement of all paper-based price labels on retailers' shelves with electronic labels, via an IR-based wireless infrastructure. These digital displays, with different sizes depending on information needs, automatically retrieve price and product information from the same database that is used when the goods are scanned at checkout. - We have a deep strategic collaboration with this Customer, being one of our foremost and oldest Customers in France and we are of course very pleased with this confirmation of continued trust in Pricer. These orders underline that our solution is market leading within grocery retail, says Jonas Vestin, CEO at Pricer For further information, please contact:Jonas Vestin, VD, Pricer AB, +46 8 505 582 00        In its capacity as issuer, Pricer AB is releasing the information in this press release in accordance with the Swedish Securities Exchange Act (2007:528). The information was distributed to the media for publication at 16:00 hrs CET on Monday, February 1, 2016.    Pricer is the global leader in providing in-store shelf-edge digital solutions that enhance both store performance and the shopping experience. Pricer’s infrared ESL platform is fast, robust, interconnectable and scalable. Pricer’s range of holistic solutions are all built on this intelligent and flexible platform, and have been stacked according to the five major retail tenants they support: · Price – guarantee price integrity to optimize sales and margins · Performance – make operations more efficient and compliant; speed, agility, excellence, etc. · Promotion – tailor and enhance promotions both digitally and physically at the shelf · Personalisation – manage and improve your customers’ shopping experience · Prediction –use Big Data to help your customers and your store’s performance Pricer, founded in 1991 in Uppsala, Sweden, offers the most secure and fastest in-store shelf-edge communications solution. Pricer works with the world’s top retailers, small and large alike: grocers, DIY, electronics and speciality stores. Today, over 13 000 stores of the leading retailers worldwide are installed with Pricer’s leading platform.Pricer AB (publ.) is quoted on the Nordic Small Cap list of OMX. For further information, please visit www.pricer.com Pricer AB (publ) Västra Järnvägsgatan 7SE-111 64 StockholmSweden Website: www.pricer.com  (http://www.pricer.com%20)Telephone: +46 8 505 582 00Corporate Identity number: 556427-7993

Textron Systems to Provide Ukraine with Survivable Combat Tactical Vehicles (SCTV™)

NEW ORLEANS, LA – FEBRUARY 1, 2016 – Textron Systems Marine & Land Systems, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) business, announced today a contract with SpetsTechnoExport (STE), a subsidiary of Ukroboronprom (UOP), for the sale of three Survivable Combat Tactical Vehicles (SCTV™).  This agreement marks the first sale of the SCTV for Textron Systems Marine & Land Systems. The contract entails the sale of three SCTVs that will be delivered to Ukraine in an ongoing effort to improve the survivability and mobility of its light tactical vehicle fleet.  “We are excited to be working with the UOP on upgrading its HMMWVs (High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle) to the Textron Systems Marine & Land Systems SCTV,” says Textron Systems Director of Business Operations, Europe and Africa, Bear Midkiff. “With this contract marking the first sale of our SCTV, this is a great accomplishment for Textron Systems Marine & Land Systems. In addition, we are honored to be ‘the other half’ of this new, exciting relationship with Ukraine.” UOP’s interest in the SCTV was realized due to an emerging requirement for increased security and mobility for Ukrainian security, defense and law enforcement agencies. The SCTV meets these requirements due to its numerous protection and mobility enhancements. It features a fully-armored, monocoque v-hull crew survivability capsule designed to provide the highest levels of protection technology available in its class of vehicles. Additionally, engine upgrades and suspension enhancements provide for superior performance and mobility.    According to UOP Director General Roman Romanov, “The Marine & Land Systems SCTV will provide significant improvement to performance and durability for Ukrainian HMMWVs, as well as enhancing crew protection. More specifically, the SCTV will provide a strengthened chassis and improved anti-mine and ballistic protection similar to that of MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) protection, which is designed specifically to withstand improvised explosive device attacks and ambushes.” Developed to provide a more robust platform for the contemporary battlefield while increasing blast and ballistic protection levels to meet the modern day threats of the asymmetric battlefield, the SCTV redefines survivability for the HMMWV. Using patented armor technologies, the SCTV is equipped to handle a variety of missions including fire support, command and control, reconnaissance, engineer support and troop transport. Textron Systems Marine & Land Systems’ innovative SCTV is comprised of three modular upgrade kits that offer superior crew protection while restoring lost vehicle performance and extending the life span of the vehicle.

Securitas completes acquisition of Diebold’s North American Electronic Security business

As disclosed on October 25, 2015, Securitas has agreed to acquire Diebold’s North American Electronic Security business. The company had during the period of June 30, 2014 to June 30, 2015 total sales of approximately MSEK 2 820 (MUSD 330). The purchase price is approximately MSEK 2 990 (MUSD 350). “During the past years, we have focused on strengthening our technological expertise and come far to become the leading security solutions company. Securitas is at the forefront of the transformation of the security industry and we receive proof of this every day, in our interaction with existing and potential customers. With the acquisition of Diebold’s North American Electronic Security business, we will be able to further accelerate our development”, says Securitas President and CEO Alf Göransson. The acquisition is consolidated in Securitas as of February 1, 2016. This press release is also available at: www.securitas.com Information:Gisela Lindstrand, Senior Vice President Corporate Communications and Public Affairs, Securitas AB, phone +46 10 470 3011, mobile +46 70 287 8662, or email gisela.lindstrand@securitas.com Securitas is a global knowledge leader in security. From a broad range of services of specialized guarding, technology solutions and consulting and investigations, we customize offerings that are suited to the individual customer’s needs, in order to deliver the most effective security solutions. Everywhere from small stores to airports, our 320,000 employees are making a difference. Securitas AB discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 18.00. (CET) on February 1, 2016.

Alfa Laval AB (publ) Fourth quarter and full year 2015

Summary: fourth quarterOrder intake decreased by 11 percent* to SEK 9,422 (10,509) million.Net sales decreased by 2 percent* to SEK 10,805 (10,775) million.Adjusted EBITA was SEK 1,751 (1,938) million.Adjusted EBITA margin was 16.2 (18.0) percent.Result after financial items was SEK 1,390 (1,175) million.Net income was SEK 935 (911) million.                                        Earnings per share was SEK 2.22 (2.15).Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 1,875 (1,690) million.Impact on EBITA of foreign exchange effects was SEK 80 (97) million.Impact on result after financial items of compari­son distortion items was SEK - (-) million. Summary: full year 2015Order intake decreased by 5 percent* to SEK 37,098 (36,660) million.Net sales increased by 7 percent* to SEK 39,746 (35,067) million.Adjusted EBITA was SEK 6,811 (5,891) million.Adjusted EBITA margin was 17.1 (16.8) percent.Result after financial items was SEK 5,444 (4,117) million.Net income was SEK 3,861 (2,968) million.                                        Earnings per share was SEK 9.15 (7.02).Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 5,850 (5,123) million.Impact on EBITA of foreign exchange effects was SEK 450 (70) million.Impact on result after financial items of compari­son distortion items was SEK - (-320) million. * Excluding currency effects. Outlook for the first quarter“We expect that demand during the first quarter 2016 will be somewhat lower than in the fourth quarter, excluding a substantially lower demand for pumping systems.”Earlier published outlook (October 27, 2015): “We expect that demand during the fourth quarter 2015 will be in line with or somewhat higher than in the third quarter.” In addition it can be noted that Tom Erixon will replace Lars Renström as President and Chief Executive Officer of Alfa Laval AB (publ) as per March 1, 2016. The Board of Directors will propose a dividend of SEK 4.25 (4.00) per share to the Annual General Meeting. The fourth quarter and full year 2015 report has been reviewed by the company’s auditors, see page 25 for the review report. For more information, please contact: Peter Torstensson, Senior Vice President, CommunicationsPhone: +46 46 36 72 31Mobile: +46 709 33 72 31peter.torstensson@alfalaval.comGabriella Grotte, Investor Relations ManagerPhone: +46 46 36 74 82Mobile: +46 709 78 74 82gabriella.grotte@alfalaval.comAlfa Laval AB (publ)PO Box 73SE-221 00 LundSwedenCorporate registration number: 556587-8054 Alfa Laval AB (publ) discloses the information provided herin pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 07.30 a.m. on February 2, 2016.

Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting in Proffice Aktiebolag (publ)

Shareholders in Proffice Aktiebolag (publ), corporate identity no. 556089-6572 (“the Company”), are hereby invited to attend the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) on Wednesday, 24 February 2016 at 3 pm at Proffice’s headquarters, Regeringsgatan 65 in Stockholm, Sweden. Notice of intention to participate Shareholders who wish to participate in the EGM must: · Be registered with Euroclear Sweden AB by Thursday,18 February 2016, and · Send notification to the Company to be received no later than Thursday, 18 February 2016, preferably before 4 pm, to one of the following: Proffice AB (publ), Shareholder Service, PO Box 70368, SE-107 24 Stockholm, Sweden, or by telephone: +46 8-787 17 00 or e-mail: ir@proffice.com. When registering, shareholders must include their name, address, telephone number, civil identification or corporate identity number, the number of shares represented, and the names of any legal representatives. If participation is by proxy, the proxy form must be submitted prior to the EGM. Proxy forms in Swedish and English are available on the Company’s website at; www.proffice.com. Shareholders whose shares are registered under a nominee name must temporarily re-register them in their own names, in addition to registering their intention to participate in the EGM. For such registration to be completed by Thursday, 18 February 2016, shareholders should contact their banks or nominees well in advance. Business and proposed agenda 1. Opening of the EGM and election of chairman for the meeting.2. Preparing and approving voting list.3. Approving the agenda.4. Electing at least one person to verify the minutes.5. Determining whether the EGM has been duly convened.6. Determining the number of board members7. Determining board remuneration8. Electing the board9. Closing the meeting. Resolution proposals Randstad Nordic AB holds approximately 97 percent of the total number of outstanding shares in the Company and has communicated the below proposals regarding items 6-8: Item 6 The board shall consist of four ordinary members and no alternate members Item 7 The board members shall not be entitled to any remuneration Item 8 The following persons are proposed as directors of the board: · Paul van de Kerkhof, 58 years old, Managing Director Nordics & India at Randstad Holding · Robert Jan van de Kraats, 55 years old, CFO at Randstad Holding nv · Henrik Höjsgaard, 50 years old, CEO of Proffice · Jeroen Tiel, 47 years old, Managing Director Randstad Sweden and Denmark Paul van de Kerkhof is proposed as Chairman of the board. Number of shares and votes At the day of this notice, the total number of shares in the company is 68,677,773, of which 2,000,000 are A-shares carrying 10 votes each, and 66,677,773 are B-shares carrying one vote each. The Company holds, as of the same date, 2,758,317 own B-shares. Shareholders right to request information Pursuant to Chapter 7 section 32 of the Swedish Companies Act, the board of directors and the managing director are under a duty to, if any shareholder so requests and the board of directors deems that it can be made without material damage to the Company, provide information regarding circumstances which may affect the assessment of a matter on the agenda. The duty to provide information also comprises the Company’s relation to the other group companies, the consolidated accounts and such circumstances regarding subsidiaries which are set out in the foregoing paragraph. Stockholm, February 2016 Proffice Aktiebolag (publ) Board of Directors This is a translation from Swedish. In the event of any discrepancies between the Swedish version and the translation, the former shall have precedence. Proffice Aktiebolag (publ) discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was released for publication on the 2nd of February 2016 at 8.00 am CET.

Change in SciBase’s Board of Directors

Viktor Drvota moves on to Karolinska Development having been Head of Life Science Venture at SEB Venture Capital. Viktor has been a member of SciBase’s board since 2005. Andreas Pennervall has been an alternate director in SciBase’s board since 2013. Information on Viktor Drvota’s withdrawal has been submitted to the Swedish Companies Registration Office on January 29th. For more information, please contact: Simon Grant, CEO Phone: +46 72 887 43 99 Email: simon.grant@scibase.com About SciBase and Nevisense SciBase AB is a Swedish medical technology company, headquartered in Stockholm that has developed a unique point-of-care device for the accurate detection of malignant melanoma. Its product, Nevisense, helps doctors to detect malignant melanoma, the most dangerous type of skin cancer. SciBase was founded by Stig Ollmar, Associate Professor at The Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Nevisense is based on substantial research and has achieved excellent results in the largest clinical study ever conducted on the detection of malignant melanoma. Nevisense is CE marked in Europe, has TGA approval in Australia, and is awaiting FDA clearance in the United States. Nevisense is based on a method called Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), which uses the varying electrical properties of human tissue to categorize cellular structures and thereby detect malignancies. SciBase is listed on Nasdaq First North (“SCIB”). Avanza is the certified advisor. Further information is available on www.scibase.com. SciBase Holding AB is required to disclose the information provided hereinpursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial InstrumentsTrading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 8 am on February2, 2016.

H&M’s nomination committee recommends the appointment of Stina Honkamaa Bergfors and Erica Wiking Häger as new members of H&M’s board of directors

H&M’s nomination committee has now completed its work on proposals to the annual general meeting on 3 May 2016. The nomination committee proposes that Stina Honkamaa Bergfors and Erica Wiking Häger be elected as new members of the board of directors and that the following present directors be re-elected: Anders Dahlvig, Lena Patriksson Keller, Stefan Persson, Melker Schörling, Christian Sievert and Niklas Zennström. Lottie Knutson and Sussi Kvart are not available for re-election. The committee proposes that Stefan Persson be re-elected as chairman of the board. “I am very pleased that Stina Honkamaa Bergfors and Erica Wiking Häger have agreed to be proposed as new members of H&M’s board. From her various leading positions in companies such as Google and IKEA, Stina Honkamaa Bergfors has gathered solid and valuable experience within media, digitalisation and entrepreneurship. As a lawyer, in addition specialising in sustainability and risk management Erica Wiking Häger has also distinguished herself as a much appreciated advisor to companies with big international operations in areas such as e-commerce, digital services and data privacy. We are convinced that Stina and Erica, with their skills and experience, will make valuable contributions to H&M’s future board work,” says Stefan Persson, chairman of H&M’s nomination committee and of H&M’s board of directors. Stina Honkamaa Bergfors, born in 1972, is CEO and co-founder of the digital media company United Screens and former country director for Google in Sweden. Today she is also a member of Ikea’s global board of directors and a member of the board of Eniro. Stina holds a bachelor’s degree in business and economics and has an honorary doctorate from Luleå University of Technology. Stina has been honoured several times for her leadership and strategic thinking within the media industry. Stina is a member of the Swedish Fashion Council’s advisory board, the Swedish Media Commission’s group of experts and is also involved in the Prince Daniel Fellowship at the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). Her shareholding in H&M amounts to 1,000 shares and related parties’ holdings amount to 3,000 shares. Erica Wiking Häger, born in 1970, has more than 15 years’ experience of qualified business law work in an international context in areas such as commercial contracts, international expansion and data privacy. Erica has been a partner at the law firm Mannheimer Swartling since 2009. She is the firm’s chair of the Corporate Sustainability & Risk Management practice group and leads a team of lawyers which offers advice on matters associated with human rights, working conditions, the environment and anti-corruption. Erica holds an LL.M. from Uppsala University and an LL.M. from Harvard Law School with complementary studies at University of Oklahoma in the US and Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg in Germany. Today Erica is a member of the board of the law firm Mannheimer Swartling and of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce. Erica is a member of the Swedish Bar Association, the New York Bar Association and the IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals). Her shareholding in H&M amounts to 0 shares. The nomination committee comprises Stefan Persson, Lottie Tham, Liselott Ledin from Alecta, Jan Andersson from Swedbank Robur Fonder and Anders Oscarsson from AMF Pension. The members of the nomination committee are backed by shareholders who together represent 75 percent of the total votes in the company. The nomination committee’s full proposals will be presented in the notice of H&M’s annual general meeting placed in Svenska Dagbladet, Dagens Nyheter and Post- och Inrikes Tidningar.

Skanska builds the Irving Music Factory in Texas, USA, for USD 94 M, about SEK 800 M

Skanska will convert the 16.8 acre greenfield site into a world-class entertainment destination. It will include an 8,000-seating capacity indoor/outdoor concert hall. The venue also includes seven buildings offering more than 23,000 square meters of entertainment, retail and restaurant space. Additionally, there will be a four-story, about 9,000 square meter office tower sitting atop of a six-level parking garage. The project also boasts a plaza and four outdoors stages.  The Irving Music Factory has been called an “all-in-one dining and entertainment destination” for the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The venue is designed to host a variety of events, including music performances, fashion shows, farmer’s markets and food festivals throughout the year. Construction for the venue is expected to commence in February 2016 and is slated for completion in June 2017. Skanska USA is one of the leading development and construction companies in the country, consisting of four business units: Skanska USA Building, which specializes in building construction; Skanska USA Civil, specialized in civil infrastructure; Skanska Infrastructure Development North America, which develops public-private partnerships; and Skanska USA Commercial Development, which develops commercial projects in select U.S. markets. Headquartered in New York, Skanska USA has more than 9,600 employees and its 2014 revenues were SEK 43.5 billion.

NetEnt to showcase the future of online gaming at ICE

NetEnt has, since its inception in 1996, been a true pioneer in driving the boundaries of online casino gaming. This year, the company celebrates its 20 year anniversary and is taking the opportunity at ICE 2016 to display what innovation means in the gaming industry, including exciting new technologies and information that will power the future of igaming. The company has been exploring virtual reality technology and is now for the first time showcasing how it may influence the face of online gaming. A unique demonstration invites players to actually enter a game and experience Jack’s world, known from NetEnt’s popular game Jack and the Beanstalk. Virtual reality delivers an enhanced immersive experience, demonstrating what slots gaming will be like in the future. As mobile and on-the-go-gaming are becoming a more popular way of playing, sound will be a great way to enhance that experience. NetEnt will be exhibiting its leading-edge 3D sound technology that has the opportunity to be included as a feature in their mobile games. NetEnt will also draw on its unrivalled knowledge from two decades of success in the industry, and present five different concepts describing who the future players are. What are their needs, theirs demands and how will their behavior change? The company is revealing its latest research and thoughts, sharing insights on what’s needed to thrill players moving into the future. “NetEnt always likes to bring excitement to ICE and this year, as we celebrate our 20th birthday, we’re going bigger and better than ever,” said Per Eriksson, CEO of NetEnt. “Our stand is an immersive experience demonstrating how we are constantly working with innovation, looking at how we could implement the cutting edge of virtual reality and sound technology to take our products into the future, while remaining true to the values and beliefs that have given us so much success during the past two decades.” NetEnt can be found at stand N2-242 at ICE Totally Gaming, held at ExCel London from 2-4 February. View a demo of Jack’s world (https://youtu.be/lIfePrIIUvY) For additional information please contact:Marianne Eklund, PR Manager NetEnt, Phone +46 760 024 808marianne.eklund@netent.com 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 their cutting-edge platform. With innovation at its core, NetEnt is committed to helping customers stay ahead of the competition. NetEnt is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (NET-B), employs 750 people and has offices in Stockholm, Malta, Kiev, Gothenburg and Gibraltar. www.netent.com

Evolution creates dedicated live studio for Napoleon Games, Belgium

The move extends the existing relationship with Napoleon Games who, in July last year, became one of the first operators to stream live games in the regulated Belgian online gaming market from Evolution’s Live Casino studio at Casino de Spa. The new Live Casino facility for Napoleon in Aalst, scheduled to go live in mid-February, will comprise four Blackjack tables, one Roulette table and a multi-camera, award-winning Immersive Lite Roulette table. The studio area also features a dedicated area for live promotions and space for future expansion. Players will be served by a mix of native speaking Flemish and French speaking dealers. Tables will be open eight hours a day, from 17:00–01:00 CET. Tom De Clercq, CEO at Napoleon Games, commented: “Our current online Live Casino service from Evolution’s Belgian studio is extremely popular, but we also wanted to offer our players a more bespoke offering, aligned with our strong brand. Our new dedicated studio in Aalst allows us to do just that, with players now having the opportunity to strike up the strongest rapport with our dedicated dealers. In particular, our multi-camera Immersive Roulette table offers our players a unique online gaming experience in the Belgian market. The multi-camera set-up is also perfect for showcasing the whole environment, as players on this table will see cutaway shots of the other tables available to them in this dedicated area.” James Stern, Director of Business Development & Land-based Operations at Evolution, added: “Napoleon has leveraged its knowledge and expertise in the offline market to quickly become a key leader in the Belgian online gaming market. This new live studio — and the scope to add further solutions from the Evolution portfolio — opens up many more convergence opportunities. For a company with such a strong brand and player base in both gaming and sports, this is an enormously exciting and forward-looking move. This latest studio consolidates Evolution’s position to deliver operator specific, market-leading solutions.” Napoleon Games was founded in the ‘50s and is active in all major segments of the Belgian gaming sector. In addition to Live Casino operations Napoleon offers other online games and both pre-match and in-play sports betting. The company also operates the land-based Grand Casino Knokke and 22 gaming arcades, mostly located in Flanders.

Addnode Group acquires software company 5D System and strengthens position within the real estate industry

5D System is a reputable software provider of property management systems and facility management services (FM). In recent years, the company has invested in a completely new system, which is marketed under the commercial brand Landlord III, a platform used by several county councils and real estate companies. Among the latest customers are Locum AB and Akademiska Hus AB, which manages a total of approximately five million square meters of real estate.5D System will become a part of Addnode Group’s business area Design Management, which already today has a strong offering for the construction- and property management industry in areas such as BIM based project management, digital modeling and design archives. - “We at 5D System are looking forward to get access to Addnode Group’s broad technology platform to further develop our customer offering. We especially see great potential within the BIM- and IoT area and that we together with Addnode Group can expand our geographical reach and presence”, says Mats Broman, CEO of 5D System. - “The acquisition of 5D System strengthens our position within the areas of property management and facility management. 5D System will together with other companies in the Group be able to grow further and create new joint offers”, says Rolf  Kjærnsli, President of Addnode Group Design Management. Closing took place February 1, 2016 and the company will be a part of the business area Design Management in Addnode Group. The acquisition is paid in cash and is expected to have a marginally positive impact on Addnode Group’s earnings per share. 

Studsvik’s Year-end Report for January – December 2015

·Sales in the quarter decreased to SEK 241.9 (247.8) million. In local currencies salesdecreased by 5 per cent. ·Operating profit for the quarter decreased to SEK 1.3 (12.2) million. ·Cash flow after investments was SEK 8.0 (27.7) million. ·The Board of Directors proposes that no dividend be distributed +------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+| |Oct-Dec 2015|Oct-Dec 2014|Full year 2015|Full year 2014|+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Sales, SEK million|241.9 |247.8 |895.4 |909.6 |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Operating profit, |1.3 |12.2 |24.4 |30.5 ||SEK million | | | | |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Profit after tax, |–7.2 |5.5 |2.4 |5.2 ||SEK million | | | | |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Cash flow after |8.0 |27.7 |–40.1 |–54.8 ||investments, SEK | | | | ||million | | | | |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Net debt, |134.3 |105.7 |134.3 |105.7 ||SEK million | | | | |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Net debt/equity |45.0 |36.1 |45.0 |36.1 ||ratio, % | | | | |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Profit per share |–0.88 |0.66 |0.29 |0.63 ||after tax, SEK | | | | |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+|Equity per share, |36.30 |35.64 |36.30 |35.64 ||SEK | | | | |+------------------+------------+------------+--------------+--------------+ The interim report will be presented at a telephone conference call according to separate distributed invitation at 9:30 AM today. Please read the full interim report in the attached file. Facts about Studsvik Studsvik offers a range of advanced technical services to the international nuclear power industry in such areas as waste treatment, consultancy services and fuel and materials technology. The company has over 65 years’ experience of nuclear technology and radiological services. Studsvik has 800 employees in 7 countries and the company’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm. Studsvik is publishing this information pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The Information was released for public disclosure on February 2, 2016 at 08:30 AM CET. www.studsvik.com

PROPOSAL FROM REWORLD MEDIA S.A.TO THE EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING ON 11 FEBRUARY IN TRADEDOUBLER AB (publ)

Reworld Media S.A. proposes the following to the Extraordinary General Meeting: -        that Björn Kristiansson, Hannes Snellman Attorneys, is elected as the chairman of the Meeting; -        that the number of ordinary members of the Board of Directors shall amount to five without any deputies; -        that the remuneration to the Board of Directors shall remain unchanged in accordance with the resolution adopted at the Annual General Meeting 2015; -        that compensation is not awarded to members of the Board of Directors who are employed by the Tradedoubler group; -        that compensation, if agreed separately with TradeDoubler AB, may be invoiced by a company fully owned by the member. In such event, the invoiced compensation shall be increased with an amount corresponding to social security contributions and value added tax; -        that the following persons are elected as ordinary members of the Board of Directors: Pascal Chevalier (re-election); Gautier Normand (re-election); Nils Carlsson (new election); Jérémy Parola (new election) and Erik Siekmann (new election); -        that Pascal Chevalier is re-elected chairman of the Board of Directors. The complete proposal including presentation of the proposed board members is available at the company’s website: www.tradedoubler.com. Copies of the documents will be sent without charge to shareholders that so request and state their address. ___________________________ Reworld Media S.A.February 2016 For more information, please contact:Pascal ChevalierTel : +33 6 09 16 72 75pchevalier@reworldmedia.com About TradedoublerTradedoubler is an international leader in performance-based digital marketing and technology. Founded in Sweden in 1999, Tradedoubler pioneered affiliate marketing in Europe and remains the most successful pan-European performance marketing company, combining strategic international insight with detailed in-country expertise. It helps 2,000 advertisers achieve their business goals through its high quality network of 140,000 publishers and was the first to offer an integrated e- and m-commerce offering to help advertisers extend their online programmes to users on mobile devices.  Tradedoubler is committed to close collaboration with each customer, helping them to generate revenue and succeed on a national and international scale. Among Tradedoubler’s advertisers are American Express, ClubMed, Disney, Expedia and CDON. The share is listed on Nasdaq OMX on the Stockholm Exchange. More information can be found on www.tradedoubler.com

Lindex customers’ stars in the big spring underwear campaign

The past two years Lindex has involved employees as models to show the new fit concept Bra-volution. The Bra-volution campaigns have been major successes; both in terms of sales but also for the customers, as the clarity in the concept makes it easier for them to find their favourite fit.“We want to inspire even more women to find their bra favourites and this time we’re doing the campaign together with our customers. The girls were amazing and the energy at the shoot was great, mixed with a lot’s of excitement and a bit nervousness”, says Anne-Kathrine Almark, Marketing Communication Manager at Lindex.With over 700 applications from 13 different countries also this campaign can count as a success. From the applicants 25 women was brought to casting in Stockholm, from where 6 finalists were chosen for the shoot in London. The finalists in this year’s campaign come from Sweden, Norway, Finland and Latvia.“The shoot was great and it was very exciting to get the chance to see what happens behind the scenes. It felt fun and comfortable because the team at the studio were very professional and made us feel relaxed. It was an experience beyond what I expected and I’m happy I got to experience that, says Sanna Skoglund, one of the Bra-volution models.The campaign and the spring collection will be launched in all Lindex stores and at lindex.com (http://www.lindex.com) on February 4. For high-res images and pack shots please visit http://about.lindex.com/en/images/lindex-bravolution-2016/

Tubes International implements IFS Applications 9 to improve the management of its global operations

Tubes International was founded in 1993 and is now one of the leading providers of hoses, couplings, and hydraulic hose assemblies for all industry sectors. The company’s headquarters, logistics center, and production department are located in Poznań, Poland. The company manages an international sales network in the Czech Republic, Ukraine, Slovakia, Lithuania, Russia, Norway, and Kazakhstan. It also has agencies in Germany and Iraq. Tubes International’s business growth created a need for an integrated IT solution that could facilitate effective management of its multi-national, multi-company, multi-branch and multi-currency operations. After evaluating different ERP systems available on the market, Tubes International’s board chose IFS Applications 9 as it fully met the functional requirements of the company. The IFS solution also provides the best support for its multi-branch and multi-company operations in several languages and for business transactions in different currencies. “We have chosen IFS Applications, because it is best suited to our needs. The scalability offered by the solution will facilitate our group's growth with the ability to deploy the system in foreign affiliated companies and in new ventures,” said Karol Semba, Vice-President and CEO of Tubes International. “Tubes International is among the first Polish enterprises to use the latest version of IFS Applications. This version offers a lot of new features and improvements that support the needs of a global market leader like Tubes International. We are very happy that our solution will support the operations and growth of such a large and renowned company,” said Marcin Taranek, President, IFS CEE. During the first stage, IFS Applications 9 will be implemented at Tubes International in Poland and its Slovakian affiliated company. The solution will cover finance, distribution, production, and project management. The first stage is scheduled to be completed at the beginning of 2017 and will be followed by deployments at the company’s affiliated companies abroad.

SAS AB (publ) announces notice to the Annual General Meeting on 8 March 2016

Shareholders in SAS AB (publ) are hereby invited to attend the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 8 March 2016. The Annual General Meeting will be held at 3 p.m. at SAS head office, Frösundaviks allé 1, Solna. To attend the Annual General Meeting and notification Shareholders who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must be registered in the share register of the Company maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on 2 March 2016, and must notify the Company no later than 2 March 2016. Shareholders with common shares in Denmark and Norway who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must notify VP Investor Services A/S in Denmark and Nordea Issuer Service in Norway by 3.00 p.m. on 1 March 2016. Detailed instructions about notification and rules regarding proxy and accompanying assistants to shareholders are detailed in the attached complete notice convening the Annual General Meeting. Admission cards for the Annual General Meeting Admission cards, to be presented when entering the Annual General Meeting venue, will be sent out around 1-2 March 2016 to all shareholders who have submitted a notification of attendance in accordance with the instructions. Number of shares and votes in the Company The Company has at the time of publication of this Notice issued 330,082,551 common shares and 0 subordinate shares, equivalent to a total of 330,082,551 votes. Furthermore, the Company has issued 7,000,000 preference shares equivalent to a total of 700,000 votes. No shares are held by the Company itself. Proposed agenda 1. Meeting is called to order. 2. Election of a chairperson for the meeting. 3. Preparation and approval of the voting list. 4. Approval of the agenda. 5. Election of two persons to verify the minutes. 6. Determination of whether the meeting has been duly convened. 7. Presentation of the annual accounts and auditors’ report as well as the consolidated accounts and consolidated auditors’ report. 8. Report on the work of the Board, the Remuneration Committee and the Audit Committee, followed by the CEO’s address and in conjunction with this, the opportunity for shareholders to put questions to the Board and Group Management. 9. Resolutions on: a. the approval of the income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet, b. the dispositions of the Company’s earnings in accordance with the approved balance sheet, and c. discharge from liability for the Board members and the CEO. 10. Resolutions on: a) the number of Board members, b) remuneration for Board members, and c) remuneration for the auditor. 11. Election of Board members and Chairman of the Board. 12. Election of auditor. 13. Resolution on the Nomination Committee. 14. Resolution on the Board’s proposed guidelines for remuneration of senior executives. 15. Meeting is adjourned. SAS attaches the full notice. SAS Investor Relations SAS discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was provided for publication on 2 February 2016, at 11.00 a.m. CET. Notice convening the Annual General Meeting of SAS AB Shareholders in SAS AB (publ) (hereinafter the “Company”) are hereby invited to attend the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 8 March 2016. The Annual General Meeting will be held at 3 p.m. at the Company’s Head Office, Frösundaviks allé 1, Solna, Sweden. The meeting venue will open at 2:15 p.m. for registration. Registration of participants at the meeting ends when the meeting is called to order. Instructions to holders of common shares and/or preference shares registered with Euroclear Sweden AB in Sweden (other than holders of common shares registered with VP Securities A/S, the Danish Central Securities Depository, or with Verdipapirsentralen, the Norwegian Central Securities Depository) Shareholders who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must be registered in the share register of the Company maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Wednesday 2 March 2016, and must notify the Company no later than Wednesday 2 March 2016, preferably before 4:00 p.m, through the Company’s website www.sasgroup.net (under Investor Relations) or by telephone to +46709971058 on weekdays between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Notification may also be made at the following address: SAS AB (publ), Attn: SAS Investor Relations, Britta Eriksson/STODL, SE-195 87 Stockholm. Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must temporarily have their shares registered in the shareholder’s own name to be entitled to participate in the Annual General Meeting. This registration process with Euroclear Sweden AB must be completed by Wednesday 2 March 2016. This means that shareholders must notify their nominees in sufficient time prior to this date. Instructions to holders of common shares registered with VP Securities A/S in Denmark Shareholders of common shares in Denmark who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must notify VP Investor Services A/S (VP) of this in writing through filling in and signing relevant form to the following address: Weidekampsgade 14, P.O. 4040, DK-2300 København S, per email to vpinvestor@vp.dk, per telefax +4543588867 or through VP InvestorPortalen at www.sasgroup.net (under Investor Relations) or www.vp.dk/gf, by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday 1 March 2016. The following rules also apply to participation. Shareholders who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must be registered in the share register of the Company maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB by Wednesday 2 March 2016. Accordingly, shareholders whose common shares are registered with VP Securities A/S in Denmark must request that VP temporarily registers the common shares in the shareholder’s own name with Euroclear Sweden AB to be entitled to participate in the Annual General Meeting. A request for such registration along with a notification of attendance at the Annual General Meeting must be submitted in sufficient time and no later than 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday 1 March 2016 to VP through Internet as set out above or at the address above. Forms for notification of attendance and proxy forms are available from VP and www.sasgroup.net (under Investor Relations) and will also be sent out to registered shareholders who have notified their email address to the Company. The registration application should include the account operating institution in Denmark (with the custody account number) with which the shareholder’s common shares are deposited. Shareholders whose common shares are already registered in the name of the owner with Euroclear Sweden AB may send in a notification of attendance to the Company at a later date, but no later than Wednesday 2 March 2016, preferably before 4:00 p.m, in the manner prescribed above. Instructions to holders of common shares registered with Verdipapirsentralen (VPS) in Norway Shareholders of common shares in Norway who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must notify Nordea Bank Norge ASA (Nordea Norway), Securities Services – Issuer Services, of this in writing to P.O. Box 1166 Sentrum, NO-0107, Oslo, Norway, Attn: René Herskedal, by facsimile to +4722369703 or by email to email issuerservices.no@nordea.com, by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday 1 March 2016 at the latest. The following rules also apply for participation. Shareholders who wish to attend the Annual General Meeting must be registered in the share register of the Company maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB by Wednesday 2 March 2016. Accordingly, shareholders whose common shares are registered with VPS in Norway must request that Nordea Norway temporarily register the common shares in the shareholder’s own name with Euroclear Sweden AB to be entitled to participate in the Annual General Meeting. A request for such registration along with a notification of attendance at the Annual General Meeting must be submitted in sufficient time and no later than 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday 1 March 2016, to Nordea Norway at the address above. Forms for notification of attendance and proxy forms are available from Nordea Norway and www.sasgroup.net (under Investor Relations) and will also be sent out to registered shareholders who have notified their email address to the Company. Shareholders whose common shares are already registered in the name of the owner with Euroclear Sweden AB may send in a notification of attendance to the Company at a later date, but no later than Wednesday 2 March 2016, preferably before 4:00 p.m, in the manner prescribed above. Instructions applicable to all shareholders Shareholders with shares registered in more than one country should state this when submitting their notifications. Shareholders or their representatives may be accompanied by no more than two assistants at the Annual General Meeting. Assistants to shareholders will be admitted to the Annual General Meeting only if the shareholder notifies the number of assistants in accordance with the notification instructions provided above for shareholders’ participation in each country. Shareholders represented by proxy must issue a dated written proxy for their representative. If possible, the proxy should be based on the proxy form provided by the Company. The proxy in original should be sent in sufficient time prior to the Annual General Meeting and no later than Wednesday 2 March 2016, to one of the addresses provided in this notice. Representatives of a legal entity must also submit a certified copy of the registration certificate or equivalent authorizing documentation. At the Annual General Meeting, a list is to be prepared of the present shareholders, representatives and assistants with details of the number of shares and votes each shareholder or proxy represents at the Annual General Meeting (voting list). A list of shareholders, proxies and assistants who have submitted notification of their attendance with the stated details (list of participants) will be distributed at the registration for the Annual General Meeting. Admission cards for the Annual General Meeting Admission cards, to be presented when entering the Annual General Meeting venue, will be sent out around 1-2 March 2016 to all shareholders who have submitted a notification of attendance in accordance with the instructions above. Number of shares and votes in the Company The Company has at the time of publication of this Notice issued 330,082,551 common shares and 0 subordinate shares, equivalent to a total of 330,082,551 votes. Furthermore, the Company has issued 7,000,000 preference shares equivalent to a total of 700,000 votes. No shares are held by the Company itself. Proposed agenda 1. Meeting is called to order. 2. Election of a chairperson for the meeting. 3. Preparation and approval of the voting list. 4. Approval of the agenda. 5. Election of two persons to verify the minutes. 6. Determination of whether the meeting has been duly convened. 7. Presentation of the annual accounts and auditors’ report as well as the consolidated accounts and consolidated auditors’ report. 8. Report on the work of the Board, the Remuneration Committee and the Audit Committee, followed by the CEO’s address and in conjunction with this, the opportunity for shareholders to put questions to the Board and Group Management. 9. Resolutions on: a. the approval of the income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet, b. the dispositions of the Company’s earnings in accordance with the approved balance sheet, and c. discharge from liability for the Board members and the CEO.10. Resolutions on: a) the number of Board members, b) remuneration for Board members, and c) remuneration for the auditor.11. Election of Board members and Chairman of the Board.12. Election of auditor.13. Resolution on the Nomination Committee.14. Resolution on the Board’s proposed guidelines for remuneration of senior executives.15. Meeting is adjourned. PROPOSALS FOR RESOLUTIONS The Board’s proposal on a dividend (Item 9b) The Board proposes that no dividend be paid to SAS AB’s common shareholders for the fiscal year 1 November 2014 – 31 October 2015. The Board further proposes a dividend on preferential shares. The Board proposes that the dividend shall be paid on a quarterly basis at SEK 12.50 per preferential share, although not higher than SEK 50 in total per preferential share. The following dates are proposed as record dates for the quarterly payments on preference shares: 4 May 2016, 5 August 2016, 4 November 2016 and 3 February 2017. Payment from Euroclear Sweden AB is expected to take place on 10 May 2016, 10 August 2016, 9 November 2016 and 8 February 2017. The Nomination Committee’s proposals regarding General Meeting Chairman, Board, Auditor, Remuneration, Nomination Committee, etc. (items 2, 10 a-c, 11, 12 and 13) The Nomination Committee, which consists of Magnus Skåninger, Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications for the Swedish government (Chairman); Rasmus Lønborg, Ministry of Finance, for the Danish government; Jan Tore Føsund, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, for the Norwegian government and Peter Wallenberg Jr., for the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, makes the following proposals: Election of Chairman for the General Meeting Attorney-at-law Eva Hägg. Resolution on the number of Board members The number of Board members elected by the Annual General Meeting shall consist of eight Board members, with no deputies. Resolution on remuneration to Board members The fees for the period until the end of the next Annual General Meeting shall remain unchanged and amount to SEK 410,000 for the Chairman of the Board and, if any, SEK 242,000 for the First Vice Chairman and the Second Vice Chairman respectively, and SEK 207,000 for each of the other Board members elected by the Annual General Meeting and ordinary employee representatives. It is also proposed that each deputy for ordinary employee representatives receive a study fee of SEK 1,000 per Board meeting and an attendance fee of SEK 3,500 for each Board meeting they attend. In addition to this remuneration, it is proposed that remuneration be paid for work on the Board Remuneration Committee shall remain unchanged with the amount of SEK 49,000 for the Remuneration Committee Chairman and SEK 17,000 each for the Remuneration Committee’s other members, as well as for work on the Board’s Audit Committee, in the amount of SEK 66,000 for the Audit Committee Chairman and SEK 31,000 for each of the Audit Committee’s other members. Resolution on remuneration to the Company’s auditor The fees for the Company’s auditor shall be paid in accordance with approved invoice. Election of Board members and Chairman of the Board It is proposed to re-elect the current Board members; Fritz H. Schur, Jacob Wallenberg, Dag Mejdell, Monica Caneman, Sanna Suvanto-Harsaae, Lars-Johan Jarnheimer and Carsten Dilling, and to elect the new Board member Berit Svendsen. Furthermore, it is proposed that Fritz H. Schur be re-elected as Chairman of the Board. Election of Auditor It is proposed to re-elect PricewaterhouseCoopers AB as auditor. Resolution on the Nomination Committee It is proposed that the Annual General Meeting resolve that a Nomination Committee be elected that is tasked in accordance with the proposal for Instruction for the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee shall comprise four members. The Nomination Committee shall comprise the following shareholder representatives: Magnus Skåninger, Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications for the Swedish government; Rasmus Lønborg, Ministry of Finance, for the Danish government; Jan Tore Føsund, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, for the Norwegian government and Peter Wallenberg Jr., for the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. It is furthermore proposed that the Annual General Meeting adopts instructions for the Nomination Committee, including provisions regarding election of Chairman of the Nomination Committee, replacement of members during their terms of office and replacement of shareholder representative owing to a substantial reduction in shareholding, and other provisions concerning the Nomination Committee’s composition and work to apply for the Nomination Committee appointed by the Annual General Meeting and for its mission until the end of the next Annual General Meeting. The instruction is consistent with the current instruction for the Nomination Committee with the addition of a description of the tasks of the Nomination Committee as follows. The Nomination Committee shall be tasked with making proposals to the next Annual General Meeting for resolutions regarding: i. chairman of the Annual General Meeting; ii. the number of Board members; iii. election of Board members and Chairman of the Board; iv. remuneration to Board members, divided between Chairman, Vice Chairman, other board members and any remuneration for work on Board committees; v. remuneration to the Company’s auditor; vi. election of auditor; and vii. Nomination Committee for the next Annual General Meeting. The Board’s proposed guidelines for remuneration of senior executives (item 14) The Board of Directors proposes guidelines for the determination of salaries and other remuneration of senior executives with the following principal content. The guidelines shall be applied for employment agreements entered into after the Annual General Meeting 2016 and for changes made to existing employment agreements thereafter. The proposed guidelines remains unchanged in relation to the remuneration guidelines adopted by the Annual General Meeting 2015. Salaries and other benefits The total salary shall comprise a fixed annual base salary. The fixed salary shall reflect the demands of the position with respect to qualifications, responsibilities, complexity and the manner in which it serves to reach business objectives. The fixed salary shall also reflect the performance attained by the senior executive and thus be individual and differentiated. Other benefits, such as a company car and health insurance, are to be market based and comprise only a limited portion of the total remuneration. Pension Pension benefits shall be defined contribution based and premiums shall not exceed 30 percent of fixed annual salary. Conditions regarding termination of employment The notice period for the CEO and other members of Group Management is six months if the employee resigns. A notice period of a maximum of 12 months applies if the company terminates the employment. In the event of termination of employment by the company and, in certain specific cases, by the senior executive, severance pay shall be paid in an amount corresponding to a maximum of one year’s fixed salary, with full deduction if the senior executive receives remuneration from a new position or assignment. Departures The Board of Directors may depart from these guidelines, if there are special reasons to do so in a specific case. –––––––––––– The Company’s annual accounts, auditor’s report, consolidated accounts and consolidated auditor’s report, the complete proposals and required Board statements in accordance with above, the auditor’s statement on the guidelines for remuneration of senior executives in the 2014/2015 fiscal year and proxy forms will be available at the Company and on the Company’s website www.sasgroup.net (under Investor Relations) latest as from 16 February 2016. The documents will be sent to shareholders who request that at the Company’s address SAS AB (publ), SAS Investor Relations, Attn. Britta Eriksson/STODL, SE-195 87 Stockholm, stating their address. The documents will also be available at the Annual General Meeting venue before the meeting is called to order. –––––––––––– If a shareholder so requests, and if the Board determines it can be made without significant harm to the Company, at the Annual General Meeting, the Board and the CEO shall provide information on circumstances that may affect the assessment of an agenda item and/or the Company’s financial situation. The same applies to the consolidated group accounts and other group companies. –––––––––––– The notice of this Annual General Meeting, including a proxy form will be distributed to all registered shareholders who have notified their e-mail address to the Company. The notice will also be held available at the Company’s website www.sasgroup.net (under Investor Relations). The notice will further be sent by regular mail free of charge to shareholders who request that at the Company’s address SAS AB (publ), SAS Investor Relations, Attn. Britta Eriksson/STODL, SE-195 87 Stockholm, stating their address. –––––––––––– Stockholm in February 2016 SAS ABThe Board of Directors

Can Empathy Be Taught?

STOCKHOLM - February 2nd, 2016.  Available today, Reggy’s Playdate joins Peppy Pals’ award-winning series of unique apps that teach kids ages 2-8 about Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in a groundbreaking yet simple way.   Being able to recognize, understand and manage emotions are skills essential for children’s well-being. Peppy Pals believes it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken adults. By gamifying EQ, Peppy Pals has transformed a complex yet central subject into something fun and engaging.    “Usually games make my kids unresponsive, but thanks to their new digital pet Reggy my kids open up and become more social” - ROBERT MANNS, PARENT   The spin-off Reggy’s Playdate is an exciting and interactive open-ended game that allows kids to explore emotions such as happiness, anger and fear with their engaging digital pet Reggy.  Not only will children learn about emotions, but also empathy and friendship when they take care, comfort and play with their new pet. As with Peppy Pals’ previous apps, there is no ”right or wrong”. Instead, all emotions are allowed. The aim is to encourage adults and children to practice emotions on a daily basis and increase EQ worldwide.   What’s new? Peppy Pals is determined to keep their innovativeness while putting kids first and is among the first players in the field to introduce 3D Features for iOS. This will be added to their otherwise qualitative animations and impressive facial expression that characterize the brand.    “We have taken emotional learning to the next level.” - Rosie Linder, CEO & Founder   How will Peppy Pals and Emotional Intelligence revolutionize the world? Today, around 80% of all children are victims of bullying and/or cyber-bullying. Emotional Intelligence (https://casel.squarespace.com/bullying/https://casel.squarespace.com/bullying/) is seen to prevent that. Joining forces with major companies such as Yale University (http://ei.yale.edu/what-we-do/emotion-revolution/) & Lady Gaga, Facebook (https://inspired.facebook.com) and Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out, (http://www.ew.com/article/2016/01/10/golden-globes-2016-inside-out) Peppy Pals hope to raise awareness of the critical role EQ has on society. By adding the expert blog ”1 minute Peppy Talks” (http://peppypals.com/category/peppy-parenting/) to their EdTech-platform, the firm also offer short but effective tips for parents and teachers to laugh, play and learn life changing lessons together with their children.    “Learning EQ should be as essential as math or language. No matter how smart you are, if you can’t manage to function socially, you won’t perform professionally. We believe our EQ-concept can be a game changer preventing bullying, hatred and exclusion globally”                                                                                     - Rosie Linder, CEO & Founder What’s next? Without text or language, Peppy Pals’ games were born global. Yet, being present in over 140 countries is not enough. In 2016, they are committed to a global expansion introducing empathy in children’s gaming worldwide.     Parents and teachers are starting to realize the importance of Social and Emotional Learning and the value Peppy Pals can provide. We believe that in one way or another, Peppy Pals will change the world.   Please visit www.peppypals.com or download our Press Kit (http://bit.ly/1Zioy30) for more information about Peppy Pals, our products and our mission to improve society.   If you would like further information or wish to schedule an interview, please contact:  Peppy PalsPaulina Olsson Phone; (+46) 7 39 41 02 51 Email: paulina@peppypals.com        Twitter: @PeppyPals Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCnFCm7bgVU  Download the game on iOS here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id1050927812).

Change in Nuevolutions Board of Directors

Viktor Drvota has taken up the position as Chief Investment Officer at Karolinska Development after having been Head of Life Science Venture at SEB Venture Capital. Therefore he resigned from the board of Nuevolution AB (publ). Viktor has been a member of Nuevolution’s Board of Directors since 2003. “We would like to thank Viktor for his efforts made over the last 12 years. We expect to announce a replacement of Viktor in the near future”, commented Stig Løkke Pedersen, Chairman of the Board. Information on Viktor Drvota’s resignation was registered on the 1 February 2016 by to the Swedish Companies Registration Office.   For more information, please contact: Alex Haahr Gouliaev, CEO Phone: +45 70 20 09 87 Email: AHG@nuevolution.com   About Nuevolution Nuevolution AB (publ) is a leading small molecule drug discovery biotech company founded in 2001, and headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. Nuevolution partners its discovery platform and programs with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to seek future benefit of patients in need of novel medical treatment option. Nuevolution’s internal programs are focused on therapeutically important targets within inflammation, oncology and immuno-oncology. Nuevolution AB (publ) is required to disclose the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was send for publication on 2 February 2016, 12.30 (CET)

SKF Year-end report 2015

Gothenburg, 2 February 2016: Alrik Danielson, President and CEO: “Customer demand developed in-line with our expectations during the quarter, with the exception of North America, which saw a sharper decline than anticipated reflecting both lower demand and destocking in the supply chain. Sales in local currency declined by 5%, driven mainly by lower sales volumes within Industrial Market, which could not be counteracted by increased volumes within Automotive Market. Faced with challenging market conditions, we focused significant efforts on strengthening our balance sheet and adjusting our organizational structure and ways of working during the year. With that in mind, I am pleased to report continued strong levels of cash flow, declining net working capital and reduced net debt. The structural changes implemented during the year have made us leaner and more focused on supporting our core business: bearings and solutions that support rotating shaft machinery efficiency. Our cost reduction programme has been delivered on time, affecting 2 100 employees. In addition, temporary and agency personnel were reduced by around 400. Activity-based cost reductions continue across the Group, as do our efforts to divest non-core businesses. In order to reflect the market conditions, competitive landscape and industrial activity levels we foresee and the consequential reshaping of the company, the Group’s financial targets have been adjusted. The new targets are to achieve, over a business cycle, an organic sales growth of five percent in local currencies and a reported operating margin of 12 percent, according to IFRS. On the capital side, we have increased our ambition to manage our working capital in an efficient manner and the new target is to reach a net working capital of 25 percent of sales. The target for return on capital employed (ROCE) has been adjusted to 16 percent, as a consequence of the operating margin target.  Our target of achieving a net debt/equity ratio of 80 percent remains unchanged. Although we have more hard work ahead of us, I believe these targets can be achieved. Entering the first quarter of 2016, we expect macro-economic uncertainty to continue. As a result, we expect demand to be relatively unchanged sequentially but slightly lower year-on-year. The markets we operate in remain challenging, but I am convinced that we will benefit from the structural changes we have implemented and our increased focus on customer applications.” Key figures, SEKm Q4 2015 Q4 2014 2015 2014Net sales 18 215 18 499 75 997 70 975Operating profit excl. one-time 1 726 2 078 8 655 8 291itemsOperating margin excl. one-time 9.5 11.2 11.4 11.7items, %One-time items in operating -687 -470 -1 687 -490profitOperating profit 1 039 1 608 6 968 7 801Operating margin, % 5.7 8.7 9.2 11.0Profit before taxes, excl. 1 626 1 763 7 857 7 258operating and financial one-timeitems, Profit before taxes 653 1 293 5 834 6 668Net cash flow after investments 1 966 2 126 6 416 2 137before financing Net sales change y-o-y, %: Organic Structure Currency TotalQ4 2015 -5.2 -1.0 4.7 -1.5Full year -2.6 -0.5 10.2 7.1 Organic sales change in local Europe North Latin Asia Middlecurrencies, per region y-o-y, America America East &%: AfricaQ4 2015 0.3 -12.7 -0.5 -8.7 10.8Full year 0.4 -8.1 0.5 -4.2 13.2 Dividend ProposalThe Board has decided to propose an unchanged dividend of SEK 5.50 per share to the Annual General Meeting. Outlook for the first quarter 2016 Demand compared to the first quarter 2015The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be slightly lower for the Group. Demand for the Automotive Market and Specialty Business is expected to be relatively unchanged, while demand for the Industrial Market is expected to be lower. Demand is expected to be relatively unchanged in Europe, slightly lower in Asia and Latin America and significantly lower in North America. Demand compared to the fourth quarter 2015The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be relatively unchanged for the Group. Demand for the Automotive Market is expected to be higher, demand for Specialty Business to be slightly higher and demand for Industrial Market is expected to be relatively unchanged. Demand is expected to be higher in Europe, slightly lower in North America and lower in Latin America and Asia. A teleconference will be held on 2 February 2016 at 14:00 (CEST):SE: +46 8 5065 3937UK: +44 20 3427 1904US: +1 646 254 3365 You will find all information regarding the SKF Year-end report 2015 on the IR website.  Aktiebolaget SKF     (publ) AB SKF is required to disclose the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 13:00 on 2 February 2016.

Itiviti AB established to deliver powerful trading and connectivity offering built for the future

Stockholm, SWEDEN, February 2, 2016 – The management of Itiviti AB today introduced a newly named company and brand, marking the completion of the previously announced unification of Orc Group, a global market leader in electronic trading technology for listed derivatives and CameronTec Group, the global standard in financial messaging infrastructure and connectivity. Itiviti holds market leading positions in several areas from the outset, and the combination significantly expands the customer proposition for banks, brokers and trading firms. Itiviti will continue to build partnerships with its customers, using the natural fit between Orc and CameronTec to launch a new and even more powerful portfolio: fully modular, transparent and flexible solutions for end-to-end trading, routing, connectivity and risk. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Itiviti has truly global capabilities, with 400 staff located in 13 offices worldwide, covering all major financial centers. The company has a track record of delivering innovative, world class trading and financial infrastructure solutions to the capital markets across all geographies and regulatory landscapes. “We are delighted to present our new company,” says Torben Munch, CEO, Itiviti AB. “We are doing so with the confidence of two established, successful brands, Orc and CameronTec with solid track records in our industry. By combining our respective skill sets in technology, products and services we can deliver a broad, yet advanced, high-performance platform. We feel that Itiviti holds a new and unrivaled position in terms of ability to meet specific customer requirements, ease of integration, and adaptability to changes in market structure and regulation.” Joining CEO Torben Munch (formerly Orc Group CEO) on Itiviti’s executive management team are Tony Falck, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Troels Philip Jensen, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Anders Henriksson, Executive Vice President, Head of Business Unit Global Services & Chief Growth Officer, Jonas Hansbo, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer, and Klaus Andersen, Executive Vice President Global Engineering. Per E. Larsson will serve as Itiviti’s Chairman of the Board. Larsson has been a member of the Boards of Orc Group and CameronTec Group since 2012 and served as Chairman on both Boards at the time of the combination. Itiviti continues to develop, market, and support existing technology platforms, products and brands, including Orc Tbricks and Catalys. The combination also allows Itiviti to address a wider range of customer requirements for trading technology and infrastructure, with new products and services. Through state-of-the-art, integrated solutions built for the future, Itiviti will enable real cost savings for clients across all regions and markets. All Itiviti solutions are backed by a highly skilled, global services organization. Through combining client and industry insight with technology expertise, Itiviti is uniquely positioned to provide effective support to its customers. Itiviti’s team of experts are available for tasks such as daily technology support, system configuration and integration, and tailored trading solutions and strategies. Itiviti’s Managed Services offers a fully managed solution to replace in-house trading infrastructure, reducing cost of ownership and allowing customers to concentrate fully on core trading activities. The high-performance, low latency Itiviti ecosystem includes market connectivity, systems operations, monitoring, backup and failover procedures. About ItivitiItiviti is a world-leading technology provider for the capital markets industry. Trading firms, banks, brokers and institutional clients rely on Itiviti technology, solutions and expertise for streamlining daily operations, while gaining sustainable competitive edge in global markets. With 13 offices and serving more than 400 customers worldwide, Itiviti was formed by uniting Orc Group, a leader in trading and electronic execution, and CameronTec Group, the global standard in financial messaging infrastructure and connectivity. From its foundation in 2016, Itiviti has a staff of 400 and an estimated annual revenue of SEK 700 million. Itiviti is committed to continuous innovation to deliver trading infrastructure built for today’s dynamic markets, offering highly adaptable platforms and solutions, enabling clients to stay ahead of competitive and regulatory challenges. Itiviti is owned by Nordic Capital Fund VII. www.itiviti.com For further information, please contact:Torben Munch, CEO, Itiviti AB, Tel. +45 2223 4789Christine Blinke, CMO, Itiviti AB, Tel. +46 739 01 02 01

Correction: SKF Year-end report 2015

Gothenburg, 2 February 2016: Alrik Danielson, President and CEO: “Customer demand developed in-line with our expectations during the quarter, with the exception of North America, which saw a sharper decline than anticipated reflecting both lower demand and destocking in the supply chain. Sales in local currency declined by 5%, driven mainly by lower sales volumes within Industrial Market, which could not be counteracted by increased volumes within Automotive Market. Faced with challenging market conditions, we focused significant efforts on strengthening our balance sheet and adjusting our organizational structure and ways of working during the year. With that in mind, I am pleased to report continued strong levels of cash flow, declining net working capital and reduced net debt. The structural changes implemented during the year have made us leaner and more focused on supporting our core business: bearings and solutions that support rotating shaft machinery efficiency. Our cost reduction programme has been delivered on time, affecting 2 100 employees. In addition, temporary and agency personnel were reduced by around 400. Activity-based cost reductions continue across the Group, as do our efforts to divest non-core businesses. In order to reflect the market conditions, competitive landscape and industrial activity levels we foresee and the consequential reshaping of the company, the Group’s financial targets have been adjusted. The new targets are to achieve, over a business cycle, an organic sales growth of five percent in local currencies and a reported operating margin of 12 percent, according to IFRS. On the capital side, we have increased our ambition to manage our working capital in an efficient manner and the new target is to reach a net working capital of 25 percent of sales. The target for return on capital employed (ROCE) has been adjusted to 16 percent, as a consequence of the operating margin target. Our target of achieving a net debt/equity ratio of 80 percent remains unchanged. Although we have more hard work ahead of us, I believe these targets can be achieved. Entering the first quarter of 2016, we expect macro-economic uncertainty to continue. As a result, we expect demand to be relatively unchanged sequentially but slightly lower year-on-year. The markets we operate in remain challenging, but I am convinced that we will benefit from the structural changes we have implemented and our increased focus on customer applications.” Key figures, SEKm Q4 Q4 2015 2014 2015 2014Net sales 18 215 18 499 75 997 70 975Operating profit excl. one-time 1 726 2 078 8 655 8 291itemsOperating margin excl. one-time 9.5 11.2 11.4 11.7items, %One-time items in operating -687 -470 -1 687 -490profitOperating profit 1 039 1 608 6 968 7 801Operating margin, % 5.7 8.7 9.2 11.0Profit before taxes, excl. 1 626 1 763 7 857 7 258operating and financial one-timeitemsProfit before taxes 653 1 293 5 834 6 668Net cash flow after investments 1 966 2 126 6 416 2 137before financing Net sales change y-o-y, %: Organic Structure Currency TotalQ4 2015 -5.2 -1.0 4.7 -1.5Full Year -2.6 -0.5 10.2 7.1 Organic sales change in local Europe North Latin Asia Middlecurrencies, per region y-o-y, America America East &%: AfricaQ4 2015 0.3 -12.7 -0.5 -8.7 10.8Full Year 0.4 -8.1 0.5 -4.2 13.2 Dividend ProposalThe Board has decided to propose an unchanged dividend of SEK 5.50 per share to the Annual General Meeting. Outlook for the first quarter 2016 Demand compared to the first quarter 2015The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be slightly lower for the Group. Demand for the Automotive Market and Specialty Business is expected to be relatively unchanged, while demand for the Industrial Market is expected to be lower. Demand is expected to be relatively unchanged in Europe, slightly lower in Asia and Latin America and significantly lower in North America. Demand compared to the fourth quarter 2015The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be relatively unchanged for the Group. Demand for the Automotive Market is expected to be higher, demand for Specialty Business to be slightly higher and demand for Industrial Market is expected to be relatively unchanged. Demand is expected to be higher in Europe, slightly lower in North America and lower in Latin America and Asia. A teleconference will be held on 2 February 2016 at 14:00 (CEST):SE: +46 8 5065 3937UK: +44 20 3427 1904US: +1 646 254 3365 You will find all information regarding the SKF Year-end report 2015 on the IR website. Aktiebolaget SKF(publ) AB SKF is required to disclose the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 13:00 on 2 February 2016.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 SKF is a leading global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems, and services which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training. SKF is represented in more than 130 countries and has around 15,000 distributor locations worldwide. Annual sales in 2015 were SEK 70 975 million and the number of employees was 48 593. www.skf.com ® SKF is a registered trademark of the SKF Group.

NetEnt set for a smash hit with new Jimi Hendrix Online Slot

The latest title from the pioneering NetEnt Rocks series – Jimi Hendrix Online Slot – was officially unveiled today at ICE Totally Gaming 2016 in London. Widely regarded as one of the most creative and influential musicians of all time, Hendrix came to prominence in the late 1960s when releasing his three studio albums: Are You Experienced, Axis: Bold As Love, and Electric Ladyland. The game studio is determined to develop a fitting and authentic homage to Hendrix, featuring five of the guitar God’s most famous songs like “Foxy Lady,” “Purple Haze,” “Crosstown Traffic” and “Little Wing” and includes rich, colorful 3D graphics inspired by the historic era. Jimi Hendrix’s instantly recognizable, true-to-life character has been developed with 10 different morph targets, creating hundreds of unique facial expressions, which have been modified by hand for added realism. The animated video slot is developed entirely in 3D with stunning graphics and is due for release in April 2016. “Jimi Hendrix is indisputably one of the greatest rock stars that ever lived. It is an honor and a huge responsibility to be granted the rights to create a Jimi Hendrix branded product” said Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer of NetEnt. “Working together with the Hendrix family and their companies Experience Hendrix, L.L.C and Authentic Hendrix, LLC on this game will help make our NetEnt Rocks series one of the most desirable product offerings available.” “We take enormous pride in the role we play in promoting Jimi's art and persona,” explains Janle L. Hendrix, President & CEO of Experience Hednridx, L.L.C.  “Because of that, we are extremely selective in who we partner with. NetEnt, we feel, has an understanding of the importance and we're thrilled to work with them. The prospects are exciting!” Crowds will be rocking with the second slot in NetEnt’s groundbreaking ‘NetEnt Rocks’ trilogy which launched its tour in January with Guns N’ Roses – the most successful launch ever in NetEnt history. With a third band joining in September this year, NetEnt’s game schedule is set to be a tour like no other! For additional information please contact:Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer NetEnt, Phone +356 2276 8145simon.hammon@netent.comMarianne Eklund, PR Manager NetEnt, Phone +46 760 024 808marianne.eklund@netent.com   About NetEnt NetEnt 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 their cutting-edge platform. With innovation at its core, NetEnt is committed to helping customers stay ahead of the competition. NetEnt is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (NET-B), employs 750 people and has offices in Stockholm, Malta, Kiev, Gothenburg, New Jersey and Gibraltar. www.netent.com About Experience Hendrix, L.L.C. Founded by Jimi Hendrix’s father, James “Al” Hendrix, and owned and operated by his personally chosen members of the family; Experience Hendrix, L.L.C. and its wholly owned subsidiary Authentic Hendrix, LLC manage the globally recognized Jimi Hendrix copyrights and trademarks. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, their administration of the exclusive right to Jimi’s music and lyrics, plus an extensive photo archive helps create a legacy of products that mirror Jimi’s own creative vision. www.jimihendrix.com

CHESAPEAKE BEACH RESORT & SPA CELEBRATES 70TH ANNIVERSARY WITH NEW OFFERINGS AT THEIR SIXTH ANNUAL BRIDAL SHOW

 CHESAPEAKE BEACH RESORT & SPA CELEBRATES 70TH ANNIVERSARY WITH NEW OFFERINGS AT THEIR SIXTH ANNUAL BRIDAL SHOW March Bridal Show to feature fashion runway and exciting giveaways for lucky couples. The staff of the award winning Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa (http://www.cbresortspa.com) takes pride in their waterfront, destination wedding location and their ability to customize each wedding to the couples’ desires.  “The best service we can provide to our clients is to offer them peace of mind on the biggest day of their lives. What better way to do that than with a fun and informative experience that allows them to preview what we offer, meet some of the best local vendors, and gain ideas from experts in the wedding industry” says Lori Kirby-Medlin, Director of Sales and Catering. To showcase their offerings, the Resort is hosting its sixth annual Bridal Show (http://cbresortspa.ticketleap.com/bridal-show2016) on Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 2:00 to 5:00 pm.        Attendees will enjoy tours of the entire resort property including the upscale hotel suites and multiple wedding site options. Offering gorgeous views of the Chesapeake Bay as the backdrop for ceremonies and receptions, Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa has numerous options for every wedding from traditional to contemporary, vintage to modern and formal to “sand between the toes”.  The facility will be decorated in its “wedding finest” to illustrate the various waterfront sites available. Show vendors will provide attendees with an array of wedding planning ideas, inspiration, prizes, and giveaways. Couples and their guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and tastings of the resort’s exquisitely catered wedding fare while getting the feel of their ideal destination wedding at the Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa. An exciting new addition to this year’s Bridal Show is the Fashion Runway starting at 4:00 pm. Models will showcase bridal, bridesmaid, and mother of the bride gowns from Champagne Taste Bridals in Gambrills, Maryland. Brides and their wedding parties will be inspired by the creations of the designers featured, such as Maggie Sottero, Essense of Australia, Mori Lee, Allure, Stella York, Pronovias, and more. “We are so proud of our history here in Chesapeake Beach, but also in our ability to present innovative, fresh ideas to our clients. Our offerings have greatly expanded over the last few years and will continue in the coming year,” says Resort Vice President Wesley Donovan. “We look forward to the future and what it brings.” The Fashion Runway will also highlight hair and make-up applications from the talented staff of CB Salon & Spa (http://www.chesapeakebeachresortspa.com/spa-salon/). The entire bridal party has the convenience of being pampered onsite by the salon’s highly trained professionals in a waterfront spa oasis.  CB Salon & Spa offers a soothing array of beauty treatments and services including massages, facials, manicures, and pedicures. Couples will have a chance to win a variety of door prizes to be announced throughout the day including one of three grand prizes. Last year’s prizes included a Bridal Spa Package, a Pandora bracelet, and the grand prize Chesapeake Beach Experience Weekend so come see what this year’s amazing prizes will be. Also, in honor of the Resort’s 70th anniversary, the 70th bride to register will win a spa package. Couples that choose to book their wedding during the Bridal Show will receive special savings on their ceremony and reception site and numerous complimentary upgrades. The Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa Bridal Show will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Tickets to the bridal show are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. To purchase advance tickets and for more information, visit:  http://cbresortspa.ticketleap.com/bridal-show2016.  Anyone interested in making a pre-show appointment is invited to contact the Sales Office at 410-257-2735 or sales@cbresortspa.com. The office is open seven days a week, by appointment. The Resort complex is located at 4165 Mears Avenue, Chesapeake Beach, Maryland 20732.  Minutes from Annapolis and Washington, DC, the Resort is also one of the easiest event venues accessed by boat from the Chesapeake Bay. Flashing Green “1” at:  LAT 76°31 20 W, LONG 38°41 30 N.                                                                                                                              

Invitation to DNB’s presentation of the fourth quarter results for 2015

07:30 CET – result releaseDNB’s Q4 2015 results will be released at 07:30 am CET on Thursday, 04 February 2016, and we would like to invite you to the following presentations: 09:30 CET – press conference & live web-TVA press conference (in Norwegian) will be held on Thursday, 04 February at 09:30 am CET at DNB’s head office in Bjørvika, Dronning Eufemias gate 30, 0191 Oslo. For those who are unable to attend the presentation in Bjørvika, there will be a live web-TV broadcast of the conference (in Norwegian); http://presenter.qbrick.com/?pguid=c5c13f66-8a85-4a0d-aa8c-f25bde6c8256. For further information, please visit www.dnb.no/ir.  Please register your attendance in Oslo at ca@dnb.no.   14:00 CET – investors and analyst conference call & phone-castA conference call for investors and analysts will be held on Thursday, 04 February at 14:00 CET. To attend the conference call we kindly ask you to dial in 10 minutes before start at +47 21 56 33 18 or international: +44 (0)20 3003 2666 or US: +1 646 843 4608. Password: DNB Q4.You can also attend the call by listen only mode at the phone-cast link http://presenter.qbrick.com/?pguid=06dd8548-a8b5-4afe-8cd2-485bbc8b0c14.  A replay of the phone-cast will be available after the call (at the same link as above). Friday 05 February 07:15 for 07:30 GMT – analyst and investor breakfast in LondonAn analyst and investor breakfast will be held in London on Friday, 05 February at 07:15 am for 07:30 am (local time/GMT) at DNB Bank ASA London Branch, 8th Floor, The Walbrook Building, 25 Walbrook London EC4N8AF (please note the address). Please register your attendance in London at ca@dnb.no. For further information, please contact:Rune Helland, Head of IR: phone: +47 23 26 84 00 / mobile: +47 977 13 250Amra Koluder, phone: +47 23 26 84 08 / mobile: +47 977 35 378Thor Tellefsen, phone: +47 23 26 84 04 / mobile:+47 915 44 385 ***

Industrifonden co-leads investment round totaling EUR 15.8 M in rising mobile star Widespace

Brand mobile advertising company Widespace is one of Sweden’s fastest-growing technology companies, reaching 230 million unique users across Europe, the US, Brazil and the MENA region every month. The company, founded in 2007 by entrepreneurs Henric Ehrenblad and Patrik Fagerlund has received top rankings in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 over the past two years. Industrifonden takes the co-lead on a new financing round in the company, investing a further EUR 5 M, for a total investment of EUR 15.8 M. Industrifonden’s initial investment was made together with Northzone in 2012. The past three years have been marked by rapid growth and Widespace currently has 230 employees in ten countries. “Widespace´s profound understanding of the market for mobile brand building combined with a high level of innovation in technology and data use creates a unique position on the forefront of digital evolution. We are very proud to be part of Widespace’s growth saga, both historically and now in this next stage”, says Johan Englund, Investment Manager at Industrifonden. The investment is the largest capital funding of Widespace to date. The majority of the funding will be raised through a new share issue by Widespace to current owners Industrifonden, Northzone and other shareholders. ”This will enable us to solidify our leading position in Europe as well as expand in existing key markets. We will also invest further in strategic areas of our technology, such as automation and visualization of data. Our unique technology solution has earned us a leading position in all major markets in Europe and we aim to continue our assertive growth during the coming years”, says Patrik Fagerlund CEO and co-founder of Widespace. For more information, please contact: Johan Englund, Investment Manager, IndustrifondenTel: +46 708-16 61 16E-mail: johan.englund@industrifonden.se Patrik Fagerlund, CEO and co-founder, WidespaceTel: +46 70-417 63 13E-mail: patrik.fagerlund@widespace.com About WidespaceMobile advertising for brands: Widespace is a tech company with Swedish DNA that makes mobile ads relevant for 230 million people on their favourite sites and apps worldwide. Using predictive technology, Widespace ensures that the right ad reaches the right person at any given moment. This brings significant uplift in brand metrics for advertisers, quality to publishers and an overall better user experience. About IndustrifondenIndustrifonden is a Swedish venture capital firm, investing in fast-growing early-stage tech and life sciences companies. Industrifonden is a long-term partner to exceptional founders with big ideas, committed to enabling innovation and growth. Founded in 1979, Industrifonden is a reinvesting evergreen fund with SEK 4 billion in assets. Read more: Web (http://www.industrifonden.se/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/Industrifonden?lang=sv), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/40651?trk=tyah&trkInfo=clickedVertical%3Acompany%2CclickedEntityId%3A40651%2Cidx%3A2-1-4%2CtarId%3A1454436598210%2Ctas%3Aindustrifo).

Fourth quarter and preliminary results 2015: Record-strong underwriting results – the Board proposes dividend of NOK 8.40 per share

Gjensidige Forsikring recorded a profit before tax expense of NOK 1,470.6 million (1,159.0) in the fourth quarter of 2015. The underwriting result in the quarter was a record-strong NOK 879.2 million (807.2), reflecting a solid growth in premiums as well as favourable claims development and efficient operations. - We are very satisfied with our performance throughout 2015 and with the strong finish to the year, said Helge Leiro Baastad, chief executive officer. - We are particularly pleased that Gjensidige's customer satisfaction increased to a record-high level during the same period. Gjensidige’s Board of Directors has proposed a dividend of NOK 4.2 billion (3.0), corresponding to NOK 8.40 (5.90) per share, of which NOK 2.0 is related to the distribution of excess capital. Gjensidige will, given reasonable market conditions, consider issuing hybrid capital (Tier 1 compatible) to further optimise its capital structure in 2016. The combined ratio for the fourth quarter was 84.0 (84.5). The return on financial assets was 1.1 per cent (0.7), or NOK 610.8 million (367.3). The profit after tax expense was NOK 1,246.7 million (964.1), corresponding to NOK 2.49 (1.93) per share. The strong underwriting result in the fourth quarter was driven by growth in premiums of 5.4 per cent and a continued favourable frequency claims development. Costs relating to large losses were higher than in the fourth quarter of 2014, but slightly below what normally can be expected. Gjensidige Bank recorded a positive profit performance in the quarter compared with the corresponding period in 2014, largely as a result of higher interest income. While recording a negative result in the fourth quarter of 2014 because of a VAT payment, Pension and Savings achieved a profit in the fourth quarter of 2015. The financial result in the quarter was positively affected by a gain on the sale of 50 per cent of the real estate company Oslo Areal. High-yield bonds and equities generated a weak result in the quarter. For the full year 2015 Gjensidige recorded a profit before tax expense of NOK 5,049.7 million (5,399.6).The underwriting result for the year was record-strong at NOK 3,456.9 million (2,862.3). The combined ratio ended at 83.7 (86.0). The return on financial assets was 2.6 per cent (4.3) in 2015, corresponding to NOK 1,492.4 million (2,426.3). The profit after tax expense was NOK 3,784.7 million (4,189.6), corresponding to NOK 7.57 (8.38) per share. The underwriting result for 2015 was positively affected by growth in premiums of 4.3 per cent and a favourable development in frequency claims combined with increased run-off gains. The result reflected continued good control of customer and risk selection as well as risk pricing. Gjensidige Bank delivered a good profit performance throughout 2015 as a result of increased net interest income and lower financing costs. Pensions and Savings had a stable profit performance. The return on financial investments was negatively affected by a widening of credit spreads (an increase in the difference in yields between government bonds and corporate bonds) and weak stock markets. Proposed dividend: · Proposed dividend: NOK 4,200 million (2,950) · Proposed dividend per share: NOK 8.40 (5.90 - of which NOK 6.40 is based on the profit for 2015 - of which NOK 2.00 is distribution of excess capital Highlights fourth quarter 2015 (fourth quarter 2014) · Profit/loss before tax expense: NOK 1,470.6 million (1,159.0) · Profit per share: NOK 2.49 (1.93) · Earned premiums: NOK 5,493.5 million (5,214.4) · Underwriting result: NOK 879.2 million (807.2) · Combined ratio: 84.0 (84.5) · Cost ratio: 16.0 (15.3) · Financial result: NOK 610.8 million (367.3) Highlights 2015 (2014) · Profit/loss before tax expense: NOK 5,049.7 million (5,399.6) · Profit per share: NOK 7.57 (8.38) · Earned premiums: NOK 21,272.0 million (20,386.8) · Underwriting result: NOK 3,456.9 million (2,862.3) · Combined ratio: 83.7 (86.0) · Cost ratio: 15.1 (15.0) · Financial result: NOK 1,492.4 million (2,426.3) This information is subject to disclosure under the Norwegian Securities Act section §5-12.

Invitation to Kungsleden’s Year-End Report Presentation on February 17 at 08.45 am (CET)

Accordingly, Kungsleden invites investors, asset managers, financial analysts and the press to a presentation where CEO Biljana Pehrsson and Deputy CEO and CFO Anders Kvist will present and comment on the Year-End Report. The session will be moderated by Tobias Kaj from Carnegie. The report will be published at 07.00 am and available for download at www.kungsleden.se/financialreports. Presentation at Kungsleden’s new Head OfficeThe presentation will be held at Kungsleden’s new Head Office at 08.45 am on Warfvinges väg 31 (https://www.google.com/maps/place/Warfvinges+v%C3%A4g+31,+112+51+Stockholm,+Sverige/@59.3380523,18.0102448,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x465f9d86d06d629b:0x7f5f503905e52d53) (next to Skanska’s Head Office) in Stockholm. Breakfast will be served from 08.30 am. The presentation will be held in Swedish with simultaneous translation in English. Registration For those who wish to participate at the presentation in Stockholm please register to hearings@financialhearings.com Follow the presentation live via webcast For those who cannot be participate on site the presentation can be viewed live on Kungsleden’s website. Follow the presentation live at http://www.kungsleden.se/year-end After the presentation a recording of the webcast will be available at www.kungsleden.se Questions during the presentation It will be possible to ask questions both on site and via the webcast. Media Journalists wanting longer, individual interviews should contact Marie Mannholt by no later than a few days prior to the presentation. Her contact details follow. Financial Calendar 2016 17 February: Year-End Report 2015 23 March: Annual Report 2015 28 April: Interim Report, Q1 2016 28 April: AGM 2016 in Stockholm 13 July: Half-Year Report, Q2 2016 19 October: Interim Report, Q3 2016

Q4 2015 Full year report January−December

Q4 2015 Highlights · Sales of SEK 4,545m (4,371) and operating income of SEK 434m (478) including M&A costs and adverse currency effects, but before SEK 63m (0) of non-recurring items · Net income from continuing operations of SEK 375m (380) and basic earnings per share of SEK 5.30 (5.34) · Total net income of SEK 375m (471) and total basic earnings per share of SEK 5.30 (6.70) · Cash flow from continuing operations of SEK 290m (256) · Net debt of SEK 2,124m (362) equivalent to 1.5x trailing 12 month recurring EBITDA · Board of Directors to propose increased annual cash dividend of SEK 11.50 (11.00) per share, representing pay-out ratio of 86% (57) of net income from continuing operations excluding non-recurring items Financial Overview +--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|(SEKm) | 2015| 2014| 2015| 2014|| |Oct-Dec|Oct-Dec|Jan-Dec|Jan-Dec|+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Net sales | 4,545| 4,371| 16,218| 15,746|+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Growth at constant FX | 4%| 6%| 3%| 11%|+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Organic growth at constant| 0%| 2%| 1%| 4%||FX | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|EBIT before non-recurring | 434| 478| 1,268| 1,290||items | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Margin before non | 9.5%| 10.9%| 7.8%| 8.2%||-recurring items | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Non-recurring items (NRI) | 63| 0| -512| -155||* | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Total EBIT | 497| 477| 756| 1,135|+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Net income, continuing | 375| 380| 533| 816||operations | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Basic earnings per share, | 5.30| 5.34| 7.45| 11.75||continuing operations | | | | ||(SEK) | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Net income, discontinued | 0| 91| -282| 357||operations ** | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Total net income | 375| 471| 251| 1,172|+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Total basic earnings per | 5.30| 6.70| 3.22| 17.10||share (SEK) | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Net debt | 2,124| 362| 2,124| 362|+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+|Cash flow from continuing | 290| 256| 1,051| 1,040||operations | | | | |+--------------------------+-------+-------+-------+-------+ * Comprising a net capital gain from the sale of subsidiaries and revaluation of acquisition related liabilities in the fourth quarter; and a net capital gain from the sale of subsidiaries (including revaluations) and restructuring charges for the full year. Comprising in 2014 a non-cash net impairment charge, organisational restructuring charges and other related costs, and a net capital gain from the sale of a subsidiary. ** Comprising MTG’s interest in CTC Media, Inc, which is expected to be sold.  President & CEO’s comments A year of further growth and improved underlying profitability2015 was another record year for us. We have better products, more customers and higher sales than ever before. The combination of this growth, our ongoing transformation and the optimisation of our capital allocation, has enabled us to deliver almost stable profits for the year despite the near SEK 400m combined impact of FX headwinds and M&A costs. This clearly highlights that our products are performing very well, and that the transformation is working. We are proposing an increased dividend of SEK 11.50 per share, which is equivalent to an 86% pay-out ratio. A year of transformationWe substantially transformed the Group in 2015, as part of our journey from a traditional broadcaster to a broad based digital entertainment company. This is built on the solid foundations of our core broadcasting businesses, which we have further strengthened by adding new sports, series and movie programming; investing in our technical platforms; and adding new channels and services. Viaplay, our streaming service, continues to perform above expectations following the investments that we have made. We have substantially enhanced the consumer product offering, and have now adjusted prices to reflect this. We have also taken leading global market positions in the eSports and MCN spaces, and these newly acquired businesses generated a near doubling of full year revenues to almost SEK 1bn on a pro forma basis. We have delivered on our commitment to review and optimise our business portfolio. We bought majority ownership in a number of digital businesses in the second half of the year, but also sold a cable-TV asset in Sweden, our free-TV operations in Hungary and our Russian & international pay-TV channels businesses, and we are in the process of exiting our investment in CTC Media. We have also changed the way that we are organised, our cost structure and the way that we buy content. We have moved from a product to a country based organisation, in order to bring ourselves closer to the customer, and have significantly improved the flexibility in our agreements to move programming between products, in order to improve monetisation levels. The reshaping of the organisation has involved painful but necessary decisions, and is expected to generate savings of approximately SEK 600m, of which the majority is being reinvested into the business and our future growth and development. OutlookOur aim is to accelerate our sales growth and increase our operating profits in 2016, due to the positive effects of the transformation process; the high level of operational gearing in our emerging market free-TV operations; and the positive sales impact of the content investments that we have made. These benefits will gradually compensate during the year for the anticipated SEK 250m of incremental adverse FX effects, and the additional costs for the new or extended sports rights that we have acquired. Jørgen Madsen LindemannPresident & Chief Executive Officer  “Our performance during 2015 clearly demonstrates that the transformation is working. Our products have never been stronger and we aim to grow both our sales and profits in 2016”  Conference callThe company will host a conference call today at 09.00 Stockholm local time, 08.00 London local time and 03.00 New York local time. To participate in the conference call, please dial: Sweden:      +46 (0) 8 5065 3938UK:              +44 (0) 20 3427 1914US:              +1 212 444 0481 The access pin code for the call is 1170425. To listen to the conference call online and for further information, please visit www.mtg.com. * * * Any questions?www.mtg.comFacebook: facebook.com/MTGABTwitter: @mtgabpress@mtg.com (or Matthew Hooper +44 7768 440 414)investors@mtg.com (or Stefan Lycke +46 73 699 27 14) London, 3 February 2016 Jørgen Madsen Lindemann, President & Chief Executive Officer Modern Times Group MTG ABSkeppsbron 18P.O. Box 2094SE-103 13 Stockholm, SwedenRegistration number: 556309-9158 MTG (Modern Times Group MTG AB (publ.)) is a leading international entertainment group. Our shares are listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm (‘MTGA’ and ‘MTGB’). The information in this announcement is that which MTG is required to disclose according to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act, and was released at 07:30 CET on 3 February 2016. This report has not been reviewed by the Group’s auditors.

Imagined ugliness can be treated with internet-based CBT

People suffering from BDD have a preoccupation with perceived flaws in one’s physical appearance, despite looking normal. However, even though the diagnosis is associated with an elevated risk of suicide, higher rate of sick leave and considerable distress, BDD has long been neglected by the care services, leaving sufferers struggling to find the help they need. In order to increase access to therapy, a new type of internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) has been developed and tested in the largest treatment study to date. After twelve weeks’ of treatment, one in every three patients no longer met criteria for a diagnosis of BDD. “Our results show that internet-based CBT outperformed supportive therapy, and that its therapeutic effect is fully comparable with that achieved by conventional CBT,” says the study’s first author Jesper Enander (http://ki.se/en/people/jesena) at Karolinska Institutet’s Department of Clinical Neuroscience. A majority of the 94 patients included in the study had been suffering from BDD for many years and had had previous contact with the healthcare services. One in five had undergone one to six plastic surgery operations trying to 'fix' perceived flaws in their appearance. For the study, the group was randomly assigned to two forms of therapy: internet-based CBT or supportive therapy. Those assigned to this latter control group were later offered CBT. Immediately after the therapy programme ended, half of the people in the CBT group showed greatly reduced symptoms. One third were completely cured. CBT also improved the participants’ quality of life and reduced depressive symptoms. Of the participants who had major depressive disorder at the start of the study, half were no longer depressed at the end of the study. The researchers hope that the treatment will eventually be made generally available, so that more BDD sufferers can get access to treatment that works. “Many BDD suffers receive no treatment at all, partly because the condition is relatively unknown within the healthcare services but also because people with the disorder tend not to seek treatment out of fear that they’ll be dismissed as superficial or not be taken seriously”, says principal investigator Christian Rück (http://ki.se/en/people/chrruc) at Karolinska Institutet’s Department of Clinical Neuroscience. “Most of the study participants also said it was the possibility to do the therapy online that made them seek any help at all in the first place.” The study was financed by ALF funds from Karolinska Institutet and the Stockholm County Council, the Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Society of Medicine. Publication: 'Therapist-guided Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy for body dysmorphic disorder: A single-blind randomised controlled trial (http://%20http:/www.bmj.com/cgi/doi/10.1136/bmj.i241)', Jesper Enander, Erik Andersson, David Mataix-Cols, Linn Lichtenstein, Katarina Alström, Gerhard Andersson, Brjánn Ljótsson, Christian Rück, British Medical Journal (http://www.bmj.com/thebmj), BMJ 2016;352:i24, online 2 February 2016. 

Year-end report 2015

Fourth quarter 2015 – Continued growth and strong margins · Sales rose 11 per cent to 2,596 MSEK (2,331). · Operating profit increased 33 per cent to 456 MSEK (344**). · Operating margin increased to 17.6 per cent (14.8**). · Profit after tax increased 32 per cent to 326 MSEK (248). · Earnings per share rose 32 per cent to 0.95 SEK (0.72). · Operating cash flow increased to 562 MSEK (517). Full year 2015 – Very strong growth and strong margins · Sales rose 26 per cent to 11,229 MSEK (8,919). · Operating profit increased 35 per cent to 1,964 MSEK (1,456**). · Operating margin increased to 17.5 per cent (16.3**). · Profit after tax increased 33 per cent to 1,393 MSEK (1,048). · Earnings per share rose 33 per cent to 4.05 SEK (3.05). · Integration of units acquired in 2014/2015 (Kardoes, Vigar Rubber Compounding, Portage Precision Polymers and RheTech Thermoplastic Compounding) was successfully completed. · Operating cash flow increased to 2,185 MSEK (1,676). · The share split 10:1 (each existing share is divided into ten shares), resolved by the Annual General Meeting, was completed in May. · The Board of Directors proposes a dividend of 1.70 SEK (1.20) per share, an increase by 42 per cent. President’s comments “The fourth quarter of 2015 was once again a strong quarter for the HEXPOL Group – by far our best fourth quarter. The Group sales increased 11 per cent, and our operating profit increased significantly, +33 per cent, while the operating cash flow once again was very strong, 562 MSEK. We had strong sales growth primarily thanks to our (in 2014 and 2015) acquired units and positive currency effects. Sales were negatively affected by considerably lower sales prices due to considerably lower raw material prices than the corresponding year-earlier period. The volume development was positive in all geographical regions, compared to the corresponding year-earlier period and price pressure was continued strong, during the quarter on all markets. During 2015, we have continued to improve our market positions and the integration of the acquired units was completed successfully. Our financial position remains very strong and with a net cash of 454 MSEK, we are well equipped for continued expansion. At the beginning of the year, the acquisition of RheTech Thermoplastic Compounding was finalized and the business has developed according to plan.”                                                                                                              Georg Brunstam, President and CEO ** Including acquisition, integration and restructuring costs (Vigar) 38 MSEK

Tore Bertilsson and Ulrika Valassi Proposed new board members in Intrum Justitia

Five of the current board members – Lars Lundquist, Synnöve Trygg, Fredrik Trägårdh, Ragnhild Wiborg and Magnus Yngen – will be nominated for re-election. Matts Ekman and Charlotte Strömberg have declined re-election. Lars Lundquist will be proposed for re-election as chairman. Tore Bertilsson is the chairman of Perstorp Holding, PRI Pensionsgaranti and Ludvig Svensson, and a board member of Ingka Holding (IKEA), Gunnebo, JCE Group, Stampen and Semcon. Bertilsson was from 1989 CFO and from 2005 until 2013 Deputy CEO of SKF and before that a director within SEB. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Gothenburg’s School of Economics. Ulrika Valassi is a board member of Ålandsbanken, Hemfosa Fastigheter and Qliro. Valassi is also Head of Service Area Risk at Transcedent Group and previously held the position as Head of Credit at Landshypotek and several roles within SEB, most recently as Group Head of New Product Approval Office. She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Uppsala University. The Nomination Committee's complete proposal will be presented in the notice to the Annual General Meeting and on the company's website. The Nomination Committee consists of Johan Strandberg, chairman (SEB Funds), Hans Hedström (Carnegie Funds), Katja Bergqvist (Handelsbanken Funds), Mats Gustafsson (Lannebo Funds) and Thomas Flodén (AMF and AMF Funds). The chairman of the board, Lars Lundquist, has been co-opted to the Nomination Committee. For further information, please contact: Johan Strandberg, Chairman of the Nomination CommitteeTelephone: +46 8 788 62 41

Nederman introduces new range of products for oil mist filtration

Nederman introduces Nederman Filtac, a new range of products for efficient oil mist filtration based on the patent-pending FibreDrain™ technology, specially designed for continuous operation. Nearly every metal machining operation generates oil mist and smoke, which have a negative effect not only on employee health, but also on production equipment and overall business revenue. There is, however, a fundamental difference between mist and smoke that presents a significant challenge in metal machining operations. Oil mist is comprised of liquid droplets generally up to 20 microns in size. With higher machine speeds and pressure, the mist drops get so small that a liquid smoke, containing droplets less than 1 micron, can be created. Capturing these extremely small droplets requires specially treated and highly efficient filters. Nederman’s unique, patent-pending FibreDrain™ technology is the key to efficient oil mist filtration in metal machining applications. The composition of the FibreDrain™ filters makes it possible to capture even the smallest submicron droplets and drain them back to the process with maintained filtration efficiency. The exceptional fluid drainage capacity ensures maximum coolant retrieval and reduces coolant consumption. The FibreDrain™ design secures long filter life and thus low operating cost. A wide range of filter compositions are available to suit most applications. For further information, please contact:Anders Franzén, SVP Corporate DevelopmentTelephone: +46 42 18 87 00e-mail: anders.franzen@nederman.com          Facts about NedermanNederman is one of the world's leading companies supplying products and solutions in the environmental technology sector focusing on industrial air filtration. The company's products and solutions contribute to reducing the environmental impact, create safe and clean working environments and improve production efficiency. Nederman offers complete solutions, including engineering and design, commissioning, installation, training and aftermarket. Sales are managed through the Group’s own sales offices and distributors in over 50 countries. Production is performed in 12 countries on five continents. The Group is listed on Nasdaq OMX, Stockholm and has around 1,900 employees.Nederman Holding AB (publ), P.O. Box 602, SE-251 06 Helsingborg, Sweden.Corporate registration number: 556576-4205

Sandvik AB - Nomination Committee’s proposal of Board of Directors prior to the Annual General Meeting 2016

The Nomination Committee of Sandvik AB proposes the election of Björn Rosengren and Helena Stjernholm as new Board members and the re-election of the Board members Jennifer Allerton, Claes Boustedt, Jürgen M Geissinger, Johan Karlström, Johan Molin and Lars Westerberg. Johan Molin is proposed to be re-elected Chairman of the Board. Hanne de Mora has informed that she is not available for re-election. Björn Rosengren, born 1959, M.Sc. Technology, is President and CEO of Sandvik AB since 1 November 2015. He was President and CEO of Wärtsilä Corporation 2011–2015 and held several senior positions within Atlas Copco 2001–2011. He is currently a Board member in Danfoss A/S. Helena Stjernholm, born 1970, M.Sc. Econ., is President and CEO of AB Industrivärden. Prior to joining Industrivärden, she was a partner in the private equity firm IK Investment Partners where she had worked since 1998. She was a member of the firm’s Executive Committee as well as the Investment Committee. She has served as a member on numerous Swedish and foreign companies’ boards. The Nomination Committee comprises its Chairman Fredrik Lundberg (AB Industrivärden), Kaj Thorén (Alecta), Pär Boman (Handelsbanken AB, Handelsbanken’s Pension Foundation and Handelsbanken’s Pension Fund), Tomas Hedberg (Swedbank Robur Funds) and Johan Molin (Sandvik’s Chairman of the Board of Directors). The Nomination Committee’s other proposals and statement on the proposed Board are available on the company’s website www.sandvik.com. The Annual General Meeting will be held on 28 April 2016 at 17.00 CET at Göransson Arena in Sandviken, Sweden. Further information can be obtained from the Nomination Committee’s Chairman. Stockholm, 3 February 2016 Sandvik AB

Seamless partners with Xpress Money and enters the international money transfer market

“The partnership with Xpress Money is evidence of the versatility of SEQR as a payment platform and financial ecosystem. We are very excited to be entering the international money transfer market with such an important global player”, says Peter Fredell, CEO of Seamless, provider of the digital payment platform SEQR. Xpress Money is one of the fastest growing instant money transfer companies with regional offices in 25 countries including UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Philippines, United Arab Emirates and India, amongst others. The brand  is present in 150 countries through 170, 000 agent locations across the globe. Xpress Money offers convenient services to its customers globally, which include Cash Payouts, Account Credits, Remit Card or ATM, Mobile Wallets and Door Delivery Services. “As a brand, we seek partnerships and integrations that add value to the dynamic and evolving business that we operate in. Our objective is to provide our customers with money transfer solutions that are not only convenient but also affordable. SEQR helps us meet that goal through their versatile digital platform and extensive market presence in Europe. In addition to our existing array of services, we are now taking a step ahead with this innovative mobile payment application SEQR, developed by Seamless” says Sudhesh Giriyan, COO, Xpress Money. Through SEQR, Xpress Money will offer its customers the convenience of transferring their money digitally, anytime and from anywhere. Xpress Money’s average cost of sending remittances stands at 2%, way lower than the global average of 7.37%. With this partnership, Xpress Money hopes to further reduce the cost incurred by customers while sending money. In addition to initiating and processing the remittance transactions digitally, SEQR will also offer a channel that can be easily tracked. The remitted amount will then be available for payout to the beneficiary through Xpress Money’s convenient services available in the respective receive countries. Seamless and Xpress Money will be able to offer the service in all countries the companies are present in. Integration is planned to be completed during 2016. About Xpress MoneyXpress Money is a global money transfer brand with a thriving presence in more than 150 countries across all continents through 170,000 agent locations. Xpress Money has come to be known as the most dependable international money transfer brand and provides its customers a simple, fast & safe way to transfer money through innovative technology, superior customer service and its extensive worldwide network. For more information, follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/XpressMoney, Twitter: @Xpress_Money (http://bit.ly/13Xkqev) or visit www.xpressmoney.com About Seamless / SEQR (se·cure)SEQR is Europe’s most used mobile payment solution in stores and online. SEQR enables anybody with a smartphone to pay in stores, at restaurants, parking lots and online, transfer money at no charge, connect loyalty programs, store receipts digitally and receive offers and promotions directly through one mobile app. Through the SEQR app, the user simply scans or taps a QR-code/NFC at check-out and approves the purchase by entering a PIN code. Fast, smooth and safe, SEQR’s digital payment solution enables merchants to lower interchange fees significantly compared to those charged by traditional card companies.SEQR’s unique transaction platform has been developed by Seamless, one of the world’s largest suppliers of payment systems for mobile phones. Founded in 2001 and active in 35 countries, Seamless handles more than 3,7 billion transactions annually through 575 000 active sales outlets. 6 200 merchants have chosen SEQR including the largest grocery chains, fast food chains and national retailer chains in the markets where SEQR is established. Currently SEQR is established in Sweden, Finland, Romania, Belgium, Portugal, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, UK and US. In 2013, SEQR won the Mobile Money Deployment in Europe. Seamless is traded on Nasdaq Stockholm, under the SEAM ticker. www.seqr.com This is the type of information that Seamless Distribution AB (publ) is required to disclose pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on February 3, 2016 at 08:50 a.m. (CET). Media Contacts:Alisha Fernandes, Xpress Money, alisha.fernandes@xpressmoney.com, +97148186185Cecilia Lago Albright, Seamless, Cecilia.albright@seamless.se , +46 707 431345

AAK’s Interim report for the fourth quarter and Year-end report 2015 – a new record high operating profit

· Again, a record high operating profit, excluding acquisition costs of SEK 15 million, of SEK 388 million (343 excluding net positive, non-recurring items of SEK 16 million) was achieved, an improvement of 13 percent. · Volumes increased by 6 percent. Organic volume growth was 1 percent. · Food Ingredients improved by 17 percent, to SEK 257 million (220). The picture between the segments was, however, very variable. Food Ingredients continued to grow organically and reported a 2 percent volume increase.- The Dairy segment reported double-digit organic volume growth.- Infant Nutrition product range Akonino® continued to show good organic volume growth.- Our InFat® business through Advanced Lipids AB, a joint venture of AAK and Enzymotec, continued the organic growth trend from the last two quarters.- The Bakery segment had a challenging quarter, particularly in Europe. Other regions, such as the US, continued to show good organic volume growth.- Food Service reported low organic volume growth.- Commodity products showed again organic volume growth. · Chocolate & Confectionery Fats improved by 5 percent and reached SEK 135 million (128).- The business area was again negatively influenced by the deteriorating market conditions in Russia.- After 24 months of deteriorating market conditions, Ukraine has during the fourth quarter stabilized at a low level. · Technical Products & Feed improved its operating profit by 28 percent and reached SEK 32 million (25). This was due to a positive development of the fatty acids business. · Earnings per share decreased by 21 percent, to SEK 5.65 (7.12). This was due to an exceptional low tax cost related to non-recurring items in the fourth quarter, 2014. · Calculated on a rolling 12 months basis, Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) was 15.7 percent (16.0 percent at December 31, 2014). · Proposed dividend of SEK 7.75 (6.75), an increase by SEK 1.00 or 15 percent. · AAK has during the quarter established a partnership with Miyoshi Oils & Fats Co. by forming a new company together for the Japanese market, AAK Miyoshi JP. AAK will own 70 percent of the new company and Miyoshi Oils & Fats Co. will own 30 percent. · In November, AAK entered a management agreement with the trustee in the bankruptcy of TLC and Belovo – both part of the BNLfood Group – to restart the operations of TLC, an ingredient supplier to the global nutrition market, located in Bastogne, Belgium. · In December, TROPICAO™, the company’s revolutionary chocolate solution, and Akopastry HP, AAK’s latest innovation within the Bakery segment, were recognized with innovation awards at Food ingredients Europe Innovation Awards in Paris. Concluding remarks:“Based on AAK’s customer value propositions for health and reduced costs, and our customer product co-development and solutions approach, we continue to remain prudently optimistic about the future”, says Arne Frank, CEO and President, AAK Group. “The main drivers are the continued positive underlying development in Food Ingredients and the continued improvement in Chocolate & Confectionery Fats.” The Interim report for the fourth quarter and the Year-end report 2015 will be presented today, February 3, 2016 at 1 p.m. CET at a Press & Analyst telephone conference. For participation, please see instructions under the Investor tab at the AAK website, www.aak.com.      For further information, please contact:Fredrik NilssonCFOPhone: +46 40 627 83 34Mobile: +46 708 95 22 21 The information is that which AAK AB (publ.) is obliged to publish under the provisions of the Stock Exchange and Clearing Operations Act and/or the Trading in Financial Instruments Act. The information was released to the media for publication on February 3, 2016 at 08:50 a.m. CET.      AAK is a leading provider of value-adding vegetable oils & fats. Our expertise in oils & fats within food applications, our wide range of raw materials and our broad process capabilities enable us to develop innovative and value-adding solutions across many industries – Chocolate & Confectionery, Bakery, Dairy, Infant Nutrition, Food Service, Personal Care, and more. AAK’s proven expertise is based on more than 140 years of experience within oils & fats. Our unique co-development approach brings our customers’ skills and know-how together with our own capabilities and mindset for lasting results. Listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm and with our headquarters in Malmö, Sweden, AAK has 19 different production facilities, sales offices in more than 25 countries and more than 2,700 employees. We are AAK – The Co-Development Company.

Invitation to Eltel’s full year and fourth quarter 2015 interim report presentation

The presentation will be held at the Summit T-house, Engelbrektsplan 1 in Stockholm. Lunch will be served from 11:45 CET. For participation at the event, please register in advance via email to hearings@financialhearings.com. The presentation will be webcasted live on www.eltelgroup.com. For those who would like to participate on the telephone conference in connection with the presentation, the telephone numbers are: ·SE: +46 8 56 64 26 90 ·UK: +44 20 30 08 98 01 Please call in well in advance to register. After the presentation there will be an opportunity to ask questions, verbally via the teleconference, or in writing via the webcast. The presentation will also be available on demand at www.eltelgroup.com. For further information:Ingela UlfvesVP - IR and Group CommunicationsTel: +358 40 311 3009, ingela.ulfves@eltelnetworks.com About EltelEltel is a leading European provider of technical services for critical infrastructure networks – Infranets – in the segments of Power, Communication and Transport & Security, with operations throughout the Nordic and Baltic regions, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom and Africa. Eltel provides a broad and integrated range of services, spanning from maintenance and upgrade services to project deliveries. Eltel has a diverse contract portfolio and a loyal and growing customer base of large network owners. The current number of employees is approximately 9 300. In 2014 Eltel’s net sales amounted to EUR 1 242 million. Since February 2015, Eltel AB is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

Vattenfall’s Year-end Report 2015: Low electricity prices put pressure on profitability – continued shift to renewables

Fourth quarter and full year summary · Net sales of SEK 45,499 million (48,725) for the quarter and SEK 164,510 million (165,945) for the full year · Underlying operating profit of SEK 6,449 million (8,223) for the quarter and SEK 20,541 million (24,133) for the full year · Profit after tax of 2,460 million (3,900) for the quarter and SEK -19,766 million (-8,284) for the full year · Electricity generation of SEK 46.2 TWh (46.2) for the quarter and 173.4 TWh (172.9) for the full year · Items affecting comparability of SEK -43.5 billion for the full year (-26.3), of which SEK 36.8 billion in impairment losses (23.8) · On account of the negative result after tax, the Board of Directors proposes, in accordance with Vattenfall’s dividend policy, that no dividend be paid for 2015 CEO’s comments:“The major challenge in 2015 continued to be the impact that today’s very low electricity prices have on Vattenfall’s profitability and on the valuation of our assets. Unfortunately, combined with new regulatory requirements this led to the recognition of further impairment losses during the summer,” says Magnus Hall, President and CEO of Vattenfall. The impairment losses were recognised partly as the result of Vattenfall’s decision to close reactors 1 and 2 at the Ringhals nuclear power plant earlier than planned. The decision was made due to weak profitability and rising costs. “Continued falling electricity prices and a nuclear tax corresponding to 0,07 SEK per kilowatt-hour have put Swedish nuclear power in a critical situation. The remaining reactors will be needed for many years into the future if we are to be able to shift to an entirely renewable energy system in a responsible and cost-effective manner. Also hydro power, which is the foundation of our long-term power generation, is now being hurt by the combination of low prices and very high taxes,” says Magnus Hall. During the year Vattenfall continued to review investments and cut costs, which have now been reduced by nearly 30% compared with the cost base in 2010. Parallel with this, Vattenfall has continued its transformation towards a more sustainable production portfolio. During the autumn potential bidders were invited to state their interest in Vattenfall’s German lignite assets. Vattenfall also decided on a new growth target for renewables, entailing the construction of 2,300 MW of wind power capacity by 2020. Partnerships will play an important part in the growth strategy. In 2015 Vattenfall signed a partnership agreement with Swedish pension fund AMF, which purchased a share of the Ormonde wind farm in the UK. “The ongoing change of our energy system is dramatic – but also very exciting, and is giving rise to entirely new business opportunities for Vattenfall. I am confident that our strategy and the adaptations we have made and must continue to make will leave us well prepared to secure our position as a reliable partner to our customers and society,” says Magnus Hall. Vattenfall discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act.Issued by Vattenfall’s Press Office, telephone: +46-8-739 50 10, e-mail: press@vattenfall.com.

Finnair unveils new signature dishes for the Hong Kong business class service

Finnair today unveiled its new signature dishes for the Hong Kong-Helsinki business class service, to be served on board Finnair's Hong Kong flights starting 4 February. Inspired by contemporary Finnish traditions and authentic Nordic taste, Finnair created the new menu in partnership with Executive Chef Jaakko Sorsa of FINDS Restaurant & Bar in Hong Kong. This is the first Asian-based chef cooperation for Finnair, and the first cooperation designed for a specific long-haul route. Established in 2004, FINDS gets its name from Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden, and the restaurant is the only Nordic restaurant in Hong Kong. Chef Sorsa is known for his clean and honest flavors, and his “Finnish Traditions” menu for Finnair features best-loved ingredients such as porcinis, morels, lingonberries, salmon, barley, potatoes, carrots, meatballs and yellow beetroot, and applies traditional cooking and preserving methods, such as smoking, curing and pickling. “FINDS is the latest step in our already established cooperation with top chefs. With this cooperation, we want to honor our roots, and bring the best of Nordic flavours to the customers of our Hong Kong route. Even if the majority of our customers flying from Hong Kong are connecting to Finnair's broad network of around 70 destinations in Europe, they can enjoy a taste of Finland on board,” said Maarit Keränen, Head of In-flight Service, Finnair. Finnair started its signature cooperation program in 2013, and has since then worked with chefs from top Finnish restaurants in creating a series of signature menus for Finnair's long-haul flights departing from Helsinki.

Saxlund takes yet another 3,5 m EUR order for biomass handling system in the UK

Saxlund International GmbH, a subsidiary of Opcon AB, the energy and environmental technology Group, has received yet another large order from Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S, Denmark, for the delivery of a state-of-the-art biomass handling system to a green energy project in Teesside near Middlesborough, UK. This means that Saxlund in less than a year has won over 100 m SEK in new orders for Babcock & Wilcox Vølund’s different projects in the UK.The scope of Saxlund’s order encompass the design, manufacturing, delivery and commissioning of two fully automatic fuel handling systems, each with a capacity to allow for a 100% redundancy in feeding the boiler the equivalent of 125 MW of fuel input. Both systems shall be installed for fuel reception, fuel feeding and mixing of fuel in the fuel storage.The entire fuel feeding system, including wood storage and conveyor systems will be designed for multifuel waste wood, designed for efficiency, minimum maintenance and high availability as well as low emission of dust and noise.Total order value is close to 3,5 million EUR (over 32 m SEK) with take-over in 2017.“We are very proud to be able to help Babcock & Wilcox Vølund in yet another high-profile project. We provide technology that is instrumental in ensuring high availability, efficiency and flexibility for our customers. With extensive operations in Germany, the UK and Sweden and with some 60 years of experience, we can offer innovative and well-tested solutions within most applications”, says Harald Wehner, Managing Director of Saxlund International GmbH.  Saxlund, SRE and HOTAB are leading bioenergy brands. Within the bioenergy sector, Opcon offers everything from the design of complete combined heat and power (CHP) plants to handling systems and incineration plants under the Saxlund and HOTAB brands. Under the SRE brand, systems are supplied for treatment and improved energy efficiency for bioenergy-powered district heating plants, sawmills, pellets producers and commercial greenhouses. The offer also includes flue gas condensation equipment for industrial activities.  for further information, please contactNiklas Johansson, vice president, Investor Relations, Opcon AB, tel. 46 8-466 45 00, 46-70-592 54 53Opcon AB, Box 15085, 104 65 Stockholm, SwedenTel. 46 8-466 45 00, fax 46 8-716 76 61e-mail: info@Opcon.sewww.Opcon.seThe Opcon GroupOpcon is an energy and environmental technology Group that develops, produces and markets systems and products for eco-friendly, efficient and resource-effective use of energy with focus on bioenergy.Opcon has activities in Sweden, Germany and the UK. There are around 115 employees. The company’s shares are listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm.

London Set to Rock on February 21 as Independent Record Label Launches

Britain’s need for independent record labels is acute, and Limited Space Records (http://limitedspacerecords.com/) is unrepentant in its delivery of a fresh new platform for up and coming talent. Bold, outspoken and determined to be heard, the label marks a new era of sound for the British music sphere. The label is celebrating with a launch party on February 21, followed by the official February 22 release of ‘Kinda Way’, the debut track from the label’s first signed band, The Connectors. Founded by musical partners Andy Miles and Louretta Landon, Limited Space Records is the antipode of big name goliaths such as Virgin, EMI and Sony. Underpinned by a DIY ethic, the label is all about power to the people. Rather than submit to the rules, regulations and creativity crushing antics of big name labels, Andy and Louretta envisioned a place where artists were free to unashamedly express themselves. In-house, Limited Space Records has pledged to channel every resource at its disposal into promoting its artists. From organising shows, events and tours to the transformation of artistic visions into professional records, Limited Space Records is a mecca for independent artists in search of support. The Connectors are the first band to sign with Limited Space Records, fronted by founder Andy. Raw, raucous, and defiantly rock n roll, the band fuses old school 70s punk with classic rock n roll for an infectiously upbeat sound. Miles explains, “Popular music definitely conforms to a stereotype, which means there’s little room for alternative indie artists to make their mark. Limited Space Records exists to front the independent music movement, and make sure out of the box talent receives the attention it deserves. We’re beyond excited to launch the label on Feb 21, and are expecting a galvanising line-up of guests. All we can say, is get ready to rock!” The Lexington, London’s much-loved American style lounge meets music venue will host the official launch party on February 21. The event designed to coincide with the release of the debut track ‘Kinda Way’; support bands The Life And Death and Matildaz will be on-hand to help raise the roof. With the UK’s most talked about rock n roll duo already under its belt, Limited Space Records has its sights set on collaborating with more artists in the future. As it starts to gain momentum, Limited Space Records will stand alongside coveted big daddies of the independent label world such as Matador, 4AD, DFI, Young Turks, Factory and Sub Pop. Like its predecessors, Limited Space Records will seek out the crème de la crème of up and coming indie artists. To find out more about Limited Space Records, go to: www.limitedspacerecords.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LimitedSpaceRecords/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/limitedspacerec For more information on The Connectors, go to: http://theconnectors.tumblr.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theconnectors

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

Tieto Corporation          FINANCIAL STATEMENT BULLETIN        4 February 2016, 8.00 am EET · Organic growth of 3% in IT services driven by Industry Products · Reported operating margin of 12% driven by healthy business mix and Managed Services automation programme · Product Development Services business well stabilized · Acquisitions accelerate shift towards growth businesses The full interim report with tables is available at the end of this release Key figures for the fourth quarter IT services · Organic growth in local currencies was 2.8% · Operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 48.3 (32.5) million, 13.3% (9.4) of sales The Group · Organic growth in local currencies was -2.9% – affected by lower business volumes in Product Development Services as announced in 2014  · Fourth-quarter operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 51.4 (44.4) million, 13.0% (11.0) of sales · Order intake (Total Contract Value) amounted to EUR 641 (672) million and order backlog was EUR 2 030 (1 784) million Key figures for the full year IT services · Organic growth in local currencies was 2.7% · Operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 136.2 (128.5) million, 10.3% (9.9) of sales The Group · Organic growth in local currencies was -2.6% – affected by lower business volumes in Product Development Services as announced in 2014  · Full-year operating profit excl. one-off items amounted to EUR 150.8 (150.2) million, 10.3% (9.9) of sales · Proposed dividend EUR 1.10 (1.00) per share, up by 10%, and an additional dividend of EUR 0.25 (0.30) · Dividend yield of 5.5%, or 4.4% excluding additional dividend +-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+| |10–12/2015|10–12/2014|1–12/2015|1–12/2014|+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Net sales, EUR million | 395.6  | 402.9  |1 460.1  |1 522.5  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|   Change, % | -1.8  | -0.6  | -4.1  | -5.3  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|   Organic change in local | -2.9  | 0.9  | -2.6  | -1.1  ||currencies, % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating profit (EBITA), EUR| 47.4  | 9.7  | 126.4  | 62.1  ||million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating margin (EBITA), % | 12.0  | 2.4  | 8.7  | 4.1  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating profit (EBIT), EUR | 46.8  | 9.5  | 125.2  | 61.1  ||million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating margin (EBIT), % | 11.8  | 2.4  | 8.6  | 4.0  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating profit (EBIT) excl.| 51.4  | 44.4  | 150.8  | 150.2  ||one-off items1), EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Operating margin (EBIT) excl.| 13.0  | 11.0  | 10.3  | 9.9  ||one-off items1), % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Profit after taxes, EUR | 34.4  | 6.7  | 90.5  | 35.0  ||million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|EPS, EUR | 0.47  | 0.09  | 1.23  | 0.48  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Net cash flow from | 67.1  | 90.2  | 132.6  | 167.9  ||operations, EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Return on equity, 12-month | 19.0  | 7.1  | 19.0  | 7.1  ||rolling, % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Return on capital employed, | 20.4  | 9.8  | 20.4  | 9.8  ||12-month rolling, % | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Capital expenditure and | 32.7  | 12.9  | 136.7  | 43.5  ||acquisitions, EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Interest-bearing net debt, | 13.2  | -59.2  | 13.2  | -59.2  ||EUR million | | | | |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Net debt/EBITDA | 0.1  | -0.4  | 0.1  | -0.4  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Book-to-bill | 1.6  | 1.7  | 1.3  | 1.2  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Order backlog | 2 030  | 1 784  | 2 030  | 1 784  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+|Personnel on 31 December | 13 083  | 13 720  | 13 083  | 13 720  |+-----------------------------+----------+----------+---------+---------+ 1) Excl. restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other one-off items Full-year outlook for 2016 Tieto expects its adjusted* full-year operating profit (EBIT) to increase from the previous year’s level (EUR 150.8 million in 2015). *)adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other one-off items CEO’s commentComment regarding the interim report by Kimmo Alkio, President and CEO: “The year ended with strong fourth-quarter performance in terms of profitability development and growth of IT services. All our businesses had a good quarter, demonstrating continued improvement in competitiveness. Our industry-specific software solutions experienced strong growth, accelerated by the acquisition of Software Innovation. In parallel, we substantially improved the efficiency of our operations by automating our service deliveries as evident from Managed Services double-digit margin. Furthermore, our Product Development Services business has stabilized well. To support innovation and longer-term growth, over the last few years we have continued to increase our annual, fully expensed investments in new service development from EUR 40 million to EUR 60 million, while continuing to improve profitability in line with our long-term objectives. In addition, the three acquisitions completed during 2015 add to the speed of service and cultural renewal. Recruitments in 2015 were also high at 1 800 in total, of which around 500 were new positions to support our capability development in emerging services. The recruitment of over 400 professionals in the Nordic countries further strengthens our position as the leading advisor in our core markets. Our industry continues to change at a rapid pace, thus opening up opportunities for growth and innovation. In light of our progress and renewal over the last few years, we look forward to an exciting 2016.” Financial performance by service line +-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|EUR million |  Customer|  Customer|Change, %| Operating| Operating|| | sales| sales| | profit| profit|| |10–12 /2015|10–12 /2014| |10–12 /2015|10–12 /2014|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Managed Services | 132| 131| 1| 18.4| 8.2|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Consulting and | 109| 107| 2| 8.8| 10.4||System Integration | | | | | |+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Industry Products | 121| 107| 13| 25.2| 17.4|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Product Development| 33| 58| -43| 2.8| -4.4||Services | | | | | |+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Support Functions | | | | -8.3| -22.1||and Global | | | | | ||Management | | | | | |+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+|Total | 396| 403| -2| 46.8| 9.5|+-------------------+-----------+-----------+---------+-----------+-----------+ Operating margin by service line +----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|% | Operating| Operating| Operating| Operating|| | margin| margin| margin excl.| margin excl.|| |10–12 /2015|10–12 /2014|one-off items1)|one-off items1)|| | | | 10–12 /2015| 10–12 /2014|+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Managed Services| 13.9| 6.2| 13.0| 6.9|+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Consulting and | 8.1| 9.8| 10.3| 9.5||System | | | | ||Integration | | | | |+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Industry | 20.8| 16.3| 21.4| 18.3||Products | | | | |+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Product | 8.4| -7.5| 9.4| 20.5||Development | | | | ||Services | | | | |+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+|Total | 11.8| 2.4| 13.0| 11.0|+----------------+-----------+-----------+---------------+---------------+ 1)Excl. restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other one-off items Organic change in local currency by service line +----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+| | Customer| Customer|Change, %|| | sales adj.|sales adj. for divestments| || | for| 10–12 /2014| || |acquisitions| | || |and currency| | || | 10–12 /2015| | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Managed Services| 133| 131| 1|+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Consulting and | 108| 107| 2||System | | | ||Integration | | | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Industry | 111| 105| 6||Products | | | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|IT services | 353| 343| 3|+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Product | 33| 54| -39||Development | | | ||Services | | | |+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+|Total | 386| 397| -3|+----------------+------------+--------------------------+---------+ Customer sales by industry group +-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|EUR million |Customer sales|Customer sales|Change, %|| | 10–12 /2015| 10–12 /2014| |+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Financial Services | 92| 90| 2|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Manufacturing, Retail and Logistics| 78| 82| -5|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Public, Healthcare and Welfare | 133| 115| 16|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Telecom, Media and Energy | 59| 59| -1|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|IT services | 363| 345| 5|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Product Development Services | 33| 58| -43|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Total | 396| 403| -2|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+ Organic change in local currency by industry group +--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|EUR million | Customer| Customer|Change, %|| | sales adj. for|sales adj. for divestments| || |acquisitions and| 10–12 /2014| || | currency| | || | 10–12 /2015| | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Financial | 93| 90| 4||Services | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Manufacturing,| 78| 80| -3||Retail and | | | ||Logistics | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Public, | 121| 115| 6||Healthcare and| | | ||Welfare | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Telecom, Media| 60| 59| 2||and Energy | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|IT services | 353| 343| 3|+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Product | 33| 54| -39||Development | | | ||Services | | | |+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+|Total | 386| 397| -3|+--------------+----------------+--------------------------+---------+ For further information, please contact: Lasse Heinonen, CFO, tel.+358 2072 66329, +358 50 393 4950, lasse.heinonen (at) tieto.comTanja Lounevirta, Head of Investor Relations,  tel.+358 2072 71725, +358 50 321 7510, tanja.lounevirta (at) tieto.com Press conference for analysts and media will be held on Thursday 4 February 2016 at Tieto’s premises in Helsinki, address: Aku Korhosen tie 2–6, at 11.00 am EET (10.00 am CET, 9.00 am UK time). The results will be presented in English by Kimmo Alkio, President and CEO, and Lasse Heinonen, CFO. The conference will be webcasted (http://webcast.tieto.com/quarterlyreport/?q=040216) and can be viewed live on Tieto's website (http://www.tieto.com/investors). To join the conference, attendees need Adobe Flash plugin version 10.1.0 or newer. The meeting participants can also join a telephone conference that will be held at the same time. The telephone conference details can be found below. Telephone conference numbers Finland: +358 (0)9 6937 9590Sweden: +46 (0)8 5065 3937UK: +44 (0)20 3427 1909US: +1212 444 0896Conference code: 7494938 To ensure that you are connected to the conference call, please dial in a few minutes before the start of the press and analyst conference. An on-demand video will be available after the conference. Tieto publishes financial information in English and Finnish. TIETO CORPORATION DISTRIBUTIONNASDAQ HelsinkiNASDAQ StockholmPrincipal Media  Tieto is the largest IT services company in the Nordics providing full lifecycle IT services. We also provide global product development services for companies in the communications and embedded technologies arena. Through industry insight, technology vision, and innovative thinking, Tieto proactively strives to inspire and engage our customers in finding new ways of accelerating their business. Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Tieto has over 13 000 experts in more than 20 countries. Turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm. www.tieto.com

Year-end report, January – December 2015

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

Interim report and Year-end report 2015

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2015 marks record year for Nolato

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