100 million SEK at Skansen for the future of the Baltic Sea

Baltic Sea Centre – information centre at Skansen In collaboration with BalticSea2020, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Stockholm University, Skansen has produced a proposal for an information centre that will now be realized thanks to financial support from BalticSea2020. “We are very pleased about our collaboration with Skansen. The future Baltic Sea Centre will provide a unique site for visitors to learn more about the Baltic Sea and the future which the inland sea now faces”, Conrad Stralka, director of BalticSea2020 explains. “Skansen is Sweden’s largest and most enjoyable classroom. It enables schoolchildren and other visitors to learn more about our cultural heritage and the interplay between humans, animals and nature. With the new Baltic Sea Centre information centre we shall gain a unique opportunity for spreading information about the sensitive environment in and around the Baltic Sea, with all its problems and opportunities”, Skansen director John Brattmyhr tells us. “Today there is no such facility in any of the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea. This will give us the opportunity to engage and activate people to commit themselves to the future. Important issues for the future Children growing up today will be the people living round the Baltic Sea in the future. The Baltic Sea Centre at Skansen will present various solutions to problems affecting the future of the Baltic. How are we to be able to maintain a healthy inland sea with sustainable stocks of fish that benefit everyone living in the region? The issues will be highlighted in educational displays in the new information centre. There are numerous problems today, but with more information and decisive action there is every possibility that we can improve the condition of the Baltic. Construction to commence in 2016 The Baltic Sea Centre at Skansen will be an exciting building located on a site once occupied by sea lions, penguins and, until fairly recently, flamingos. Detailed planning will take place in 2015 and building work is expected to start in 2016. Skansen – the world’s oldest open-air museum Skansen is one of Sweden's leading tourist attractions with more than 1,3 million visitors annually, many of them foreign tourists. People come from far and wide to see the unique collection of historical buildings from all over Sweden as well as the Scandinavian wild and domestic animals and the exotic fauna at the Aquarium. Skansen has its own stage for concerts, a lively town quarter, a hot-glass workshop, other craft workshops, cafés, restaurants and shops; and a fantastic view of Stockholm. BalticSea2020 The BalticSea2020 Foundation was started by Björn Carlson in 2005 with a donation of 500 million SEK. The foundation’s assets are to be used for financing projects that are activity-oriented and innovative, and that contribute to a healthier Baltic Sea. The Foundation also seeks to spread knowledge and information about the Baltic Sea to decision makers, government institutions, schools and private individuals. Since starting its work in 2006 the board has allocated almost 400 million SEK to projects in the fields of Eutrophication, Fishing and Information. BalticSea2020 undertakes research and programmes for measures to improve conditions both with its own staff and with support from external institutions and organizations.

Gränges publishes annual report

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

Notice of Annual General Meeting 2015 of AB Fagerhult (publ)

A.    REGISTRATION Shareholders wishing to take part in the Annual General Meeting must be registered in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB no later than Wednesday 15 April 2015 and register their attendance with Fagerhult no later than 15 April 2015. Registration can be done by e-mail at arsstamma@fagerhult.se, by telephone on +46 (0)8-522 359 75 or by postal mail to AB Fagerhult, SE-566 80 Habo, Sweden. When registering shareholders are required to indicate their name, personal/corporate ID number, address, telephone number, registered shareholding along with information on any proxies and assistants. Persons attending the AGM under a power of attorney are required to submit the power of attorney to Fagerhult before the meeting. Holders of nominee-registered shares must, to be entitled to attend the AGM, temporarily have their shares registered in their own name through their management firm to ensure that they are registered in the share register well before 15 April 2015. Information on documents that will be presented at the AGM are available on the Company’s website, www.fagerhultgroup.com.   B.    AGENDA 1. Opening of the Annual General Meeting 2. Election of a chairman for the Annual General Meeting 3. Preparation and approval of the list of voters 4. Approval of the agenda 5. Election of minute-checkers 6. Determination of whether the Annual General Meeting has been duly convened 7. Presentation of the annual report and audit report and the consolidated financial statements and consolidated audit report 8. Presentation by the Chief Executive Officer 9. Resolution on adoption of the income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and balance sheet10. Resolution on the distribution of the Company’s profit or loss according to the adopted balance sheet11. Resolution on release from liability for Directors and the Chief Executive Officer12. Determination of the number of Directors and Deputy Directors13. Determination of fees to be paid to the Directors and auditors14. Election of a Chairman of the Board and other Directors15. Election of auditors16. Authorisation of the Board of Directors to buy back shares during the period until the next Annual General Meeting17. Authorisation of the Board of Directors to transfer treasury shares during the period until the next Annual General Meeting18. Election of a Nominating Committee19. Determination of principles for remuneration of senior executives20. Resolution on a performance share scheme for senior executives21. Other items22. Closure of the Annual General Meeting Item 2 Election of a chairman for the Annual General Meeting A Nominating Committee consisting of Gustaf Douglas, Investment AB Latour, Björn Karlsson representing the Svensson family, Göran Espelund, Lannebo Fonder and Jan Svensson, Chairman of AB Fagerhult, proposes that Jan Svensson be appointed to chair the AGM. Item 10 Proposed dividend The Board of Directors proposes that a regular dividend of SEK 3.00 per share, or SEK 113.5 million in total, be paid and that the remaining funds, SEK 216.2 million, be carried forward. The proposed record date is 23 April 2015. If the shareholders attending the AGM approve the pro­posal, it is estimated that the dividend will be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on 28 April 2015. Item 12 Proposal for the number of Directors The Nominating Committee proposes that the AGM appoint seven Directors with no Deputy Directors. Item 13 Proposal for fees to be paid to the Directors and auditors The Nominating Committee proposes that fees be paid to the members of the Board of Directors, including for committee work, in the amount of SEK 500,000 to the Chairman of the Board, SEK 375,000 to the Deputy Chairman and SEK 250,000 to each of the other non-executive Directors. It is thus proposed that total Directors’ fees of SEK 1,875,000 be paid. It is proposed that fees be paid to the auditors on the basis of approved invoices, as in previous years. It is proposed that no fees be paid for committee work. Item 14 Proposal for election of a Chairman of the Board and other Directors The Nominating Committee, representing owners holding approximately 63 per cent of the capital and votes, proposes that the regular Directors Jan Svensson, Eric Douglas, Björn Karlsson, Fredrik Palmstierna, Johan Hjertonsson, Catherina Fored and Cecilia Fasth be re-elected to the Board. It is proposed that Jan Svensson be appointed Chairman and Eric Douglas Deputy Chairman. Item 15 Election of auditors The Nominating Committee proposes that PricewaterhouseCoopers AB be appointed auditors for the period until the next Annual General Meeting. PricewaterhouseCoopers AB has notified that, if the Nominating Committee’s proposal is adopted by the Annual General Meeting, the authorised public accountant Peter Nyllinge will be appointed chief auditor. Items 16 & 17 Purchase and transfer of shares The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve to authorise the Board to purchase, during the period until the next AGM, shares up to a maximum of ten per cent of all outstanding shares of the Company at any given time. Shares may be purchased on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm at a price which is within the registered spread, defined as the spread between highest bid price and lowest ask price. Purchases may be made on one or several occasions. The Board of Directors further proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorise the Board, during the period until the next AGM, to sell treasury shares by other means than on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm in connection with a company or business acquisition. The authorisation may be used on one or several occasions and covers all treasury shares held by the Company at the time of the Board’s decision. The authorisation also includes a right to disapply the pre-emption rights of existing shareholders and to apply or not apply provisions on non-cash payment or payment by set-off. The purpose of the authorisation is partly to enable adaptations to the Group’s capital structure and partly to enable future company or business acquisitions through payment in the form of treasury shares. Such transfer may be effected at a price in money or received assets, which, in case of an acquisition, have a value corresponding to the quoted price of the shares at the time of transfer. By holding treasury shares the Company is also able to secure obligations under the performance share scheme for senior executives proposed in item 20, including equivalent schemes from previous years. A resolution of the Annual General Meeting adopting the Board’s proposal under this item requires the approval of shareholders representing at least two thirds of the votes cast and represented at the AGM. Item 18 Proposal for election of a Nominating Committee Shareholders have submitted proposals for a Nominating Committee consisting of Gustaf Douglas as Committee Chairman, Jan Svensson and Björn Karlsson. It is proposed that these persons be authorised to appoint a further one or two candidates. Item 19 Proposal for principles for remuneration of senior executives The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting approve the following guidelines for remuneration of senior executives. Senior executives refer to the Chief Executive Officer and senior management team. The remuneration paid to the CEO and other senior executives consists of a basic salary, variable remuneration, other benefits and pension. The balance between the basic salary and variable remuneration must be proportionate to the executive’s responsibilities and authority. The CEO’s variable remuneration is capped at six months’ salary. Variable remuneration is based on the Group’s earnings per share. For other senior executives annual variable remuneration is capped at 30-40 per cent of the basic salary. Variable remuneration is set in relation to the Group’s earnings per share as well as individual targets. The CEO and other senior executives are covered by a long-term incentive scheme in the form of a performance share scheme (see also item 20). The retirement age for the CEO and other senior executives is 65 years. For the CEO pension contributions representing 35 per cent of the fixed annual salary are paid. Pension benefits for other senior executives are paid within the framework of the applicable ITP supplementary pension plan. The CEO’s contract is terminable on six months’ notice by the Company and on six months’ notice by the CEO. In case of termination by the Company without grounds for dismissal the CEO is entitled to severance pay equal to twelve months’ salary. Severance pay is offset by income from other gainful employment. The contracts of other senior executives are terminable on twelve months’ notice by the Company and on six months’ notice by the employee. There are no separate agreements on retirement age, future pensions or severance pay. The Board of Directors shall have the right to depart from these guidelines if there are special reasons therefor. Item 20 Proposal of the Board of Directors of AB Fagerhult (publ) for a resolution on a performance share scheme and the transfer of repurchased shares under the scheme The Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve to approve a performance share scheme (“Performance Share Scheme 2015”) for AB Fagerhult (publ) (“Fagerhult”) as well as the transfer of repurchased shares as part of Performance Share Scheme 2015, in accordance with a) and b) below. If the Annual General Meeting resolves to approve Performance Share Scheme 2015 the Board intends to subsequently present information on target levels and outcomes at the 2017 AGM. a)         PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME 2015 1.1          Performance Share Scheme 2015 in brief The reasons for the proposed Performance Share Scheme 2015 is to strengthen the Company’s ability to recruit and retain employees, spread and expand share ownership among the employees and create a shared focus in the Group for the employees concerned. Through a share-based incentive scheme the employees’ remuneration can be tied to the Company’s future earnings and capital growth. This places the emphasis on long-term capital growth, ensuring that shareholders and the employees concerned have the same goal. Performance Share Scheme 2015 is based on similar principles as the performance share schemes adopted at the Annual General Meetings of Fagerhult in 2012, 2013 and 2014. The scheme covers up to 30 senior executives and key individuals in the Fagerhult Group. To participate in the scheme, participants will be required to invest in Fagerhult shares. After the vesting period the participants will be allocated shares of Fagerhult free of charge subject to fulfillment of certain terms and conditions. These “performance share rights” will entitle participants to receive shares of Fagerhult provided that they have remained employees of Fagerhult during the vesting period and held their full investment in Fagerhult shares during that period. The allocation of shares is also subject to achievement of a financial performance target which is set in relation to Fagerhult’s average earnings per share in the financial years 2015 and 2016. 1.2          Participants in Performance Share Scheme 2015 Performance Share Scheme 2015 covers up to 30 senior executives and key individuals of the Fagerhult Group, divided into three categories. The first category comprises the Company’s CEO, the second category comprises the other six members of the senior management team and the third category consists of around 23 other key individuals in the Fagerhult Group. Additional senior executives and key individuals that have been recruited but have not yet begun their employment at Fagerhult before the deadline for enrolment in the scheme may be offered to participate on condition of commencement of employment (whereby the number of persons in the various categories may be adjusted). 1.3          Private investment and allocation of Performance Share Rights To be entitled to participate in the scheme, participants will be required to acquire shares of Fagerhult at market price (“Savings Shares”) for a value representing at least 25 per cent and no more than 100 per cent of the participant’s pre-tax monthly salary for March 2015. If the participant has access to insider information and is therefore prevented from acquiring shares of Fagerhult in connection with enrolment in the scheme he or she will be required to complete the acquisition of shares as soon as possible, but before the next Annual General Meeting. For category 1, i.e. the Chief Executive Officer of the Company, each Savings Share entitles the holder to four performance share rights (“Performance Share Rights”). For category 2, consisting of the remaining six members of the senior management team, each Savings Share entitles the holder to three Performance Share Rights. For category 3, consisting of around 23 other key individuals, each Savings Share entitles the holder to two Performance Share Rights. Allocations of Fagerhult shares will be made no earlier than the day after publication of Fagerhult’s interim report for the first quarter of 2018 and, normally, no later than two weeks thereafter (“Vesting Period”). 1.4          Terms and conditions for Performance Share Rights Performance Share Rights are subject to the following terms and conditions: · Performance Share Rights are allocated free of charge. · Each Performance Share Right entitles the holder to obtain one Fagerhult share free of charge provided that the participant remains an employee of the Fagerhult Group and has not sold any of the Savings Shares which he or she originally held during the Vesting Period. The allocation of shares is also subject to achievement of a financial performance target. · Participants do not have the right to transfer, pledge or sell Performance Share Rights or to exercise any shareholder rights in respect of their Performance Share Rights during the Vesting Period. · The gain per allocated share is limited to SEK 415 (excluding any compensation which participants may receive in any extraordinary dividends), which is three times the average closing price for the Company’s shares in February 2015. If the gain were to exceed this limit the number of Fagerhult shares allocated to each participant will be reduced accordingly. 1.5          Performance Share Rights The number of Performance Share Rights entitling the holder to an allocation of shares is contingent on achievement of a target range, as defined by the Board of Directors, for Fagerhult’s average earnings per share in the financial years 2015 and 2016. The outcome will be measured on a straight-line basis, whereby, if the defined minimum level is achieved, 33 per cent of the Performance Share Rights will entitle the holder to shares. If the minimum level of the target range is not achieved the Performance Share Rights will not entitle the holder to any shares and if the maximum level of the range is achived each Performance Share Right will entitle the holder to one share. 1.6          Design and administration The Board of Directors, or a committee specially appointed by the Board, will be responsible for the precise design and administration of Performance Share Scheme 2015 as well as the detailed terms and conditions applying between Fagerhult and participants in the scheme, subject to the terms and conditions and guidelines described herein. In connection therewith the Board will have the right to define divergent terms and conditions for the scheme in respect of aspects such as the Vesting Period and allocation of Fagerhult shares in the event of termination of employment during the Vesting Period that is due to early retirement, for instance. The Board will also have the right to make adjustments for the purpose of meeting specific rules or market conditions outside Sweden. In the event that it is not possible to deliver shares at reasonable cost and with a reasonable administrative input to persons outside Sweden, the Board will have the right to instead offer cash settlement to a participant. In certain cases the Board will have the right to reduce the final allocation of Fagerhult shares or wholly or partly terminate the scheme ahead of schedule without compensation to the participants in case of significant changes in the Company or in the market. 1.7          Scope The number of Savings Shares depends on the price of Fagerhult shares at the time of purchase. The maximum number of shares of Fagerhult that may be allocated under Performance Share Scheme 2015 is limited to 240,000, or roughly 0.6 of the total outstanding number of shares and votes. In accordance with the precise rules to be defined by the Board of Directors, the number of shares covered by Performance Share Scheme 2015 may become subject to restatement in consequence of a bonus issue, reverse share split or share split, rights issue or similar action taken by Fagerhult, having regard to generally accepted practice for equivalent incentive schemes. The number of shares may also be restated for the purpose of compensating participants in case of payment of an extraordinary dividend. Any restatement of the number of shares may also result in the restatement of the limit on the gain per share. 1.8          Hedging measures To ensure delivery of Fagerhult shares under Performance Share Scheme 2015, the Board proposes that it be authorised to apply alternative methods for the transfer of Fagerhult shares under the scheme. It is thus proposed that the Board have the right to transfer repurchased Fagerhult shares to participants or to conclude a share swap agreement with a third party for the purpose of meeting its obligations under the scheme (pursuant to b) below). To the extent that delivery of Fagerhult shares is ensured through a share swap agreement, it is proposed that the Board have the right to transfer shares repurchased on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm for the purpose of funding potential costs related to the agreement and scheme. The Board considers that the first alternative, i.e. the transfer of repurchased Fagerhult shares to the participants, is the most cost-effective and flexible method for delivery of Fagerhult shares and for covering certain costs, primarily social security contributions. 1.9          Estimated costs for and value of Performance Share Scheme 2015 Performance Share Rights cannot be pledged or transferred to other parties. It is, however, possible to calculate an estimated value for each right. The Board has estimated the average value of each Performance Share Right at about SEK 126.50. The estimate is based on generally accepted valuation models using the closing price for Fagerhult shares on 3 March 2015, the SEK 415 limit on the gain per share, performance data for Fagerhult shares and estimated future dividends. Assuming that all persons that have been offered to participate in the scheme choose to do so, a 50 per cent achievement of the financial performance target and estimates of staff turnover, the total estimated value of the Performance Share Rights is approximately SEK 4.5 million. The value represents around 0.1 per cent of Fagerhult’s stock market capitalisation on 3 March 2015. Costs will be accounted for as staff costs in the income statement over the Vesting Period, in accordance with IFRS 2 Share-based Payment. In accordance with UFR 7, social security contributions will be charged to income statement over the Vesting Period. The size of these costs will be calculated based on Fagerhult’s share price performance during the Vesting Period and the allocation of Performance Share Rights. Based on an annual share price growth of 10 per cent over the term of the scheme and a Vesting Period of around three (3) years, the cost of Performance Share Scheme 2015, including social security contributions, is estimated at around SEK 6.6 million, which on an annual basis represents about 0.2 per cent of Fagerhult’s total staff costs in the financial year 2014. 1.10        Effects on key performance indicators In case of full participation in Performance Share Scheme 2015, Fagerhult’s staff costs are expected to increase by around SEK 2.3 million on an annual basis. On a pro forma basis for 2014 these costs represent a negative impact on Fagerhult’s operating margin of around 0.06 percentage points and a decrease in earnings per share of around SEK 0.05. The Board deems, however, that the positive effects on earnings that are expected to result from increased share ownership among senior executives and persons in senior managerial positions, which may be further increased through the scheme, outweights the costs related to Performance Share Scheme 2015. 1.11        Drafting of the proposal Performance Share Scheme 2015 was initiated by the Board of Directors of Fagerhult and has been formulated in consultation with external advisors. The scheme has been drafted in the Board’s Remuneration Committee and discussed at Board meetings in the first few months of 2015. 1.12        Other incentive schemes in Fagerhult At Fagerhult’s Annual General Meetings in 2012, 2013 and 2014 it was resolved to introduce performance share schemes which to a large extent are designed in the same way as the present Performance Share Scheme 2015. For a description of the performance share schemes adopted at the Annual General Meetings in 2012, 2013 and 2014, see the Company’s annual report for 2014. Apart from these, there are no other previous share-based incentive schemes in Fagerhult that the Company is participating in and paying for. 1.13        Resolutions proposed by the Board of Directors With reference to the above description, the Board of Directors proposes that the Annual General Meeting resolve to introduce Performance Share Scheme 2015. 1.14        Majority requirement The Board’s proposed resolution on the introduction of Performance Share Scheme 2015 requires the support of shareholders representing more than half of the votes cast at the AGM. b)         TRANSFER OF SHARES UNDER PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME 2015 1.1          Background To be able to implement Performance Share Scheme 2015 in a cost-effective and flexible manner, the Board of Directors has considered different methods for ensuring delivery of Fagerhult shares to participants in Performance Share Scheme 2015. In view of these considerations the Board intends, in the first hand, to ensure delivery of Fagerhult shares under Performance Share Scheme 2015 by transferring treasury shares held by Fagerhult to the participants. Such transfer of repurchased Fagerhult shares is subject to qualified majority voting. To the extent that the Board’s proposed resolution on the transfer of repurchased shares to the participants does not obtain the required majority, the Board intends, in the second hand, to conclude a share swap agreement with a third party to ensure delivery of Fagerhult shares to the participants. To the extent that delivery of Fagerhult shares is ensured through a share swap agreement, it is proposed that the Board have the right to transfer shares repurchased on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm in order to fund potential costs related to the agreement and scheme. Such transfer of repurchased Fagerhult shares is subject to qualified majority voting. If the required majority is not obtained, the Board intends to conclude a share swap agreement and fund the agreement by other means than the transfer of repurchased shares. 1.2          The Board’s proposed resolution on transfer of repurchased shares to participants The Board of Directors therefore proposes, in the first hand, that the Annual General Meeting resolve to approve the transfer of repurchased shares on the following terms: (i)             A maximum of 240,000 Fagerhult shares may be transferred to participants in Performance Share Scheme 2015 (or such higher number as may result from restatement due to a bonus issue, reverse share split or share split, rights issue or similar action by Fagerhult, in accordance with generally accepted practice for equivalent incentive schemes). (ii)            Shares will be transferred without payment at the time when and on the terms and conditions under which participants in Performance Share Scheme 2015 are entitled to receive allocations of shares. The reasons for disapplication of the pre-emption rights of existing shareholders is that the transfer of shares forms part of the implementation of Performance Share Scheme 2015. Therefore, and in view of what is stated above, the Board considers that it will be to the benefit of Fagerhult to transfer shares in accordance with the proposal. The Board intends, prior to the 2018 Annual General Meeting, to propose that the AGM resolve to authorise the transfer of up to 60,000 shares out of Fagerhult’s total holding of repurchased shares of the Company on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm to the extent that the shares are not required for fulfillment of Fagerhult’s obligation to deliver shares to the participants in accordance with the terms and conditions for Performance Share Scheme 2015. Such transfer will be made for the purpose of covering costs such as social security contributions for Performance Share Scheme 2015. 1.3          The Board’s proposed resolution on transfer of repurchased shares on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm If the Board’s proposal in section 1.2 has not obtained the necessary majority, the Board proposes, in the second hand, that the Annual General Meeting resolve to authorise the transfer of repurchased shares on the following terms and conditions. Up to 240,000 Fagerhult shares may, on one or several occasions during the period until the next AGM, be transferred on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm for the purpose of funding potential costs related to the share swap agreement or to Performance Share Scheme 2015 (or such higher number of Fagerhult shares as may result from restatement in consequence of a bonus issue, reverse share split or share split, rights issue or similar action by Fagerhult, in accordance with generally accepted practice for equivalent incentive schemes). Transfers must be made within the registered spread at any given time. The reasons for disapplication of the pre-emption of existing shareholders is that the transfer of shares forms part of the implementation of Performance Share Scheme 2015. Therefore, and in view of what is stated above, the Board considers that it will be to the benefit of Fagerhult to transfer shares in accordance with the proposal. 1.4          Majority requirement The Board’s proposed resolution pursuant to section 1.2 above requires the support of shareholders representing at least nine tenths of the votes cast and the shares represented at the AGM. The Board’s proposed resolution pursuant to section 1.3 above, which applies only to the extent that the proposed resolution pursuant to section 1.2 has not obtained the necessary majority, requires the support of shareholders representing at least two thirds of the votes cast and shares represented at the AGM. The Board’s proposal pursuant to the present section b is subject to approval by the AGM of the Board’s proposal on Performance Share Scheme 2015 (section a above). C.    INFORMATION AT THE AGM The Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer shall, if requested by a shareholder, and if the Board considers that this can be done without material damage to the Company, disclose information on circumstances which could influence the assessment of an agenda item, circumstances which could influence the assessment of the Company’s or a subsidiary’s financial situation and the Company’s relationship to another company in the Group. Those wishing to submit questions in advance may do so by writing to AB Fagerhult at the same postal address as that indicated above for registration for the AGM. D.    NUMBER OF SHARES AND VOTES IN THE COMPANY At the time of this notice the total number of shares and votes in the Company is 38,550,000. AB Fagerhult currently holds 714,000 treasury shares, representing 714,000 votes, which cannot be represented at the AGM. ____________ Habo, March 2015 AB Fagerhult (publ) The Board of Directors

ANDOVER TRAILERS TOP CHOICE FOR SCOTTISH TIMBER COMPANY

A timber harvesting company has replaced an eight-year-old Andover Trailers step frame with a new bespoke-built trailer from the company, after being impressed with Andover’s attention to detail and the proven build quality of its trailers. David Wilmer, Director of Ayrshire-based Jim Wilmer & Sons Timber Harvesting Ltd, specified the new four axle step frame with beavertail after the machines his company transports became too large for the old trailer. He says: “We bought our first trailer from Andover in 2006 and it’s been a really valuable asset to the company. However, as our business has expanded, we now move increasingly larger machines and we really needed a trailer with additional capacity.” As the company’s sole trailer, the new SFCL 73 will operate with a Scania tractor unit and be in use six days a week transporting plant across Scotland. The trailer is built with two fixed and two self-steering BPW axles. Heavy-duty hydraulic steady legs ensure a safe and stable platform when the trailer is parked on uneven ground, even deep in some of Scotland’s largest forests. The specification also includes BPW air suspension, which enables the driver to quickly lower the trailer for loading and unloading. It can also be raised when operating off-road, to ensure maximum ground clearance. It has been finished in ‘John Deere green’ paintwork and is expected to remain in service with Jim Wilmer & Sons Timber Harvesting Ltd for the next decade.  Wilmer adds: “Being able to design the trailer to our exact specification was a real draw in placing a repeat order. Andover has built us a trailer that helps make running our business easier – which is fantastic.” Other features on the trailer include hardwood flooring and side extensions to the bed, bridge and beavertail. The customer has also specified the trailer with full LED lighting and strobe lights on the rear of the ramps, to ensure maximum visibility at night, in line with the company’s strict safety policies. Jim Wilmer & Sons Timber Harvesting Ltd is a family-run business and was founded more than 30 years ago. The company originally began by felling trees and selling firewood, then quickly diversified into timber harvesting. It has since expanded to become one of the largest timber harvesting contractors in Europe. ends For information on the heavy haulage and specialist transport solutions provided by Andover Trailers, contact Andover Trailers Ltd, Unit 75, Columbus Way, Walworth Business Park, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 5NP. Tel: 01264 358 944 or e-mail: sales@andovertrailers.co.uk   Website: www.andovertrailers.co.uk Note to editor: For further press information please contact James Keeler or Sam Hargreaves on 020 8647 4467. AT/372/15

Viessmann increases turnover by 4 per cent. Company presents more than 40 innovations at ISH Energy 2015

· At 40 per cent of energy consumption, the heating market is central to the sustainable energy era. Viessmann presents “Power-to-gas” and “Power-to-Heat” concepts. · ISH message of "HYBRID – CONNECT – POWER" sees new products focusing on sustainability, convenience, and increased independence from the electricity market The Viessmann Group, one of the leading producers of heating, cooling and air-conditioning technology, generated a turnover of around 2.2 billion euros in 2014. That equates to a 4 percent increase over the previous year, despite the European heating market shrinking by 3 percent. Viessmann’s export markets accounted for 56 per cent of sales. R&D expenditure remained unchanged at 4 per cent of turnover; a 90 million euro investment. At ISH Energy 2015, the world's leading trade fair for the industry, in Frankfurt, Germany, Prof. Martin Viessmann, the company's CEO and President of the Supervisory Board, championed the leading role of the heating industry in relation to energy consumption, framing Viessmann’s technological approaches: Accounting for 40 percent of energy consumption, heating is the largest primary source of consumption and its current systems are mostly outdated. While the journey to sustainable energy has so far been viewed as purely a transition from traditional to renewable energy sources, "It should be apparent by now that the sustainable energy era can only succeed if energy efficiency is also significantly increased,” he said. “The heating market therefore holds the key to the success of the sustainable energy era", says Prof. Dr. Martin Viessmann. The heating market offers solutions for renewable power storage, compensating for the fluctuation in its generation. Viessmann presents two opportunities: “Power-to-gas” and “Power to heat.” Viessmann’s "power-to-gas" system transforms power from renewable energy into hydrogen by means of electrolysis and then into synthetic methane by adding CO2. It can be stored, transported by the nationwide gas network, and utilised as energy. Viessmann has put into operation the first, industrial scale power-to-gas facility of its kind at its headquarters in Allendorf (Germany). Using biological methanation, the process employs highly specialised bacteria to transform the CO2 resulting from the AD fermentation process and the hydrogen into methane (CH4), which is then fed into the natural gas grid. Viessmann is also close to a cooperation with a major auto manufacturer in regard to utilising this "renewable methane" as an alternative fuel. "Power-to-heat" involves decentralised, short-term storage in buildings that have heat pumps installed. The heat pumps can be switched on when power is cheap regardless of the demand for heat at that moment. The power is transformed into heat highly efficiently using environmental energy, then stockpiled in the buffer cylinder, and subsequently used for heating purposes. Diurnal fluctuations in the power supply can be compensated in this manner. ISH Energy highlights: HYBRID – CONNECT – POWER. HYBRID: New hybrid heating systems Viessmann launched an entirely new family of hybrid heating systems at ISH Energy. They intelligently combine efficient condensing with heat pump technology in a single, compact unit. They optimise their operating modes automatically, depending on outside temperatures and current energy prices. They are "smart grid"-ready and able to react to changes in electricity prices at short notice. The homeowner can select the most economical operating mode depending on how energy costs are trending, meaning Viessmann hybrid units can provide an unprecedented measure of security and sustainability. POWER: Self-generated electricity and decentralised energy storage Viessmann presented a range of products that generate both power and heat simultaneously at ISH Energy, thus helping their owners become less dependent on the electricity market. The headlining product was the Vitovalor 300-P fuel cell heating system, launched last year when Viessmann became the first manufacturer to offer such a system in Europe. CONNECT: Intelligent, networked, and convenient controls Viessmann has developed a wealth of innovative digital controls for more connected buildings, offering, in the first stage: User-friendly colour touch displays Energy cockpits that inform the owner/operator extensively regarding consumption and yield at any time Integrated internet interface, so that the units are accessible at any time using mobile devices. With that, come new apps for smartphones and tablets that are customised to suit the respective needs of end customers and professional tradesmen. In the near future, there will be a basic home automation system with individual room temperature controls, and ultimately the complete building/house automation system with switchable sockets, light and blinds controllers as well as security management. Connectivity will be built into all Viessmann products in the future, leading not only to additional energy savings, but also to significant increases in convenience.  About Viessmann Ltd. Viessmann Limited is part of the Viessmann Group of Companies which is one of the leading international manufacturers of heating, cooling and air-conditioning technology. Founded in 1917, the family business is overseen by CEO and President of the Supervisory Board, Prof. Martin Viessmann. The Group has annual turnover of EUR 2.2 billion and employs a staff of approximately 11,500. Viessmann’s comprehensive product range encompasses all fuel types and applications, allowing it to deliver high quality, efficient and fully integrated solutions. With an output range of 1.5 to 120,000 kW, Viessmann offers oil and gas-fired boilers, solar thermal and photovoltaics, combined heat and power modules (CHP), ground, air and water sourced heat pumps and biomass boilers. Press Enquiries Beth Osborne, Propel Technology, Unit 4, Manor Farm Offices, Northend Road, Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, CV47 2YY. +44 (0)1295 770602. beth@propel-technology.com  

BeeSafe Lawns Launches “Optimized Organics”

BeeSafe Lawns, the nation’s largest “alternative” lawn care service provider, today announced that all of its locations will be offering a more budget friendly version of its premium organic lawn care service. The new program is the result of several years of advanced product development and a redefinition of standards when it comes to what is acceptable in an organic approach. “Homeowners want fewer chemicals used around their homes, it’s plain and simple,” said Tom Kelly, the founder of BeeSafe Lawns. “Our “Optimized Organics” program allows homeowners a significant reduction in the use of pesticides while offering advanced results. In other words, we’ve finally found a way to offer the best of both worlds when it comes to lawn care.” Based on five years of product development and implementation, the BeeSafe “Optimized Organics” program redefines the inputs that are allowable under an alternative strategy. The new program includes the application of products that are designed to fulfill both the short and long term nutrient requirements of turf while eliminating pests that interfere with the genetic potential of the turf. “What we’ve done is create a scenario that utilizes laboratory created inputs to essentially “optimize” both the outside inputs used by the applicator and the indigenous soil resources used by the turf” said Kelly. “We’ve reduced and almost eliminated any incidence of leaching when it comes to fertility. Soil improving microbes are what make the difference.” Kelly says the program was born of a need to reduce costs and improve results, all while keeping in mind that chemical reduction is what consumers really want. “The ability to trust your lawn service on all fronts is what BeeSafe truly represents,” he went on to say. “The ‘Optimized Organics’ program is what lawn service providers and lawn obsessed homeowners have been in search of for many years.” BeeSafe Lawns is the nation’s leading provider of alternative lawn care. To find your local BeeSafe Lawns Applicator and create your own “BeeSafe Lawn” visit www.mybeesafelawn.com or contact Tom Kelly at mybeesafelawn@gmail.com   # # #

NCC awarded contract to energy refurbish residential care home for the elderly in Denmark

Digitalization will play a prominent role in this refurbishment project. NCC will use a work method involving virtual models, also called Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), throughout the project. NCC will use a work method involving Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) models throughout the project. “We have a responsibility to contribute to developing and preparing solutions that can promote sustainable development and boost the productivity of refurbishment projects. At NCC, we regard digital refurbishment as a significant means by which to achieve this. Accordingly, Hørgården is an important project, in which we will have the opportunity to gain useful experience of digitalization, all the way from project engineering to execution of the project itself,” says Dennis Nielsen, Head of Energy Refurbishment at NCC Construction Denmark. Modern, innovative residences for the elderlyThe Hørgården residential care facility was built in 1974 and comprises three five-story buildings which, after extensive refurbishment, will become a modern residential home for the elderly, with 189 new units. An existing connection between the floors in the three buildings will be expanded to include a middle building that will link all the floors. In addition, NCC will build an activity center, central kitchen and office premises. When the building is completed, it will fulfil the energy requirements for 2020. The focus is on new technology and sustainable solutions, as well as better work environment for personnel at the facility. When everything is completed, the residents will have modern, healthy, spacious and light housing units. Digitalization in project optimizationNCC and the consulting team, JJW Architects and Holmsgaard Ingeniører, have spent the past year optimizing the project together with the 3B housing company. This has resulted in the final project proposal that has now been signed by NCC and the 3B housing company. NCC is the turnkey contractor for the refurbishment of Hørgården, a project that is scheduled to commence in March 2015 and be executed in three phases. One building at a time will be completed and put in use before work on the next building commences. The refurbishment is scheduled to be completed by March 2019. The order will be registered during the first quarter of 2015 in the NCC Construction Denmark business area.

Invitation to the Annual General Meeting of shareholders of NOTE AB (publ), on 22 April 2015

The shareholders of NOTE AB (publ), corporate identity number 556408-8770, are hereby invited to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday 22 April 2015 at Spårvagnshallarna, Birger Jarlsgatan 57A, Stockholm, Sweden. Registration for the AGM will commence at 1:15 p.m. Entitlement to participate in the MeetingShareholders wishing to participate at the AGM shall: - be registered in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB by no later than Thursday 16 April 2015,  - notify the company of their intention to participate at the AGM by no later than Thursday 16 April 2015. Notification is possible by e-mail, info@note.eu, by telephone on +46 (0)8 568 99000, or by mail to NOTE AB, Box 711, 182 17 Danderyd, Sweden. Shareholders wishing to bring a maximum of two assistants must notify the company thereof in the time and manner applicable for shareholders. Notifications shall state personal or corporate names, personal or corporate identity numbers, number of shares, addresses and telephone numbers. For entitlement to participate in the AGM, shareholders with nominee-registered holdings must temporarily re-register their shares in their own name in the share register through the agency of their nominee in good time prior to 16 April 2015. The number of shares and votes of the company amounts to 28,872,600 as of today’s date. RepresentativesShareholders represented by proxy shall issue a dated power of attorney for the representative. If such power of attorney is issued by a legal entity, certified copies of the certificate of registration or equivalent authorisation shall be submitted. Registration certificates may not be more than six months old. Original powers of attorney and potential registration certificates should be submitted to the company by mail prior to the Meeting. A power of attorney form is available for download from the company’s website, www.note.eu. PROPOSED AGENDA 1.    Opening the Meeting.2.    Election of a Chairman and a person to keep the minutes of the Meeting.3.    Preparation and approval of the voting list.4.    Approval of the Board of Directors’ proposed agenda.5.    Election of one or two people to verify the minutes.6.    Consideration of whether the Meeting has been duly convened.7.    Report on the work of the Board of Directors.8.    Submission of the annual accounts, audit report, consolidated accounts and the consolidated audit report.9.    Resolutions       a)     on the adoption of the Income Statement and Balance Sheet and the Consolidated Income Statement and Consolidated Balance Sheet.                  b)     on the appropriation of the company’s profit in accordance with the adopted Balance Sheet.       c)     on discharging the members of the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer from liability.10.   Approval of the number of Board Members and auditors to be elected by the AGM.11. Approval of remuneration to the Board of Directors and auditors.12. Election of      a)     Board of Directors,      b)     auditors.13. Approval of the Nomination Committee’s proposal for instructions for the Nomination Committee.14. Adoption of the Board of Directors’ proposed guidelines for remunerating senior managers.15. Resolution authorising the Board of Directors to decide on the purchase and transfer of treasury shares.16. Other business due at the Meeting according to the Swedish Companies Act or the Articles of Association.17. Closing the Meeting. Nomination CommitteeThe Nomination Committee of NOTE has had the following members: Jonas Hagströmer (Creades AB), Kjell-Åke Andersson (personal holdings), Bruce Grant (Garden Growth Capital LLC) and Peter Svanlund (Banque Carnegie Luxembourg S.A. on behalf of Museion Förvaltning). The Chairman of the Nomination Committee has been Jonas Hagströmer. Nomination Committee proposals (items 2, 10, 11, 12 and 13)2.    Kristian Teär is proposed as Chairman of the Meeting.10. The Board of Directors is proposed to consist of seven ordinary members without deputies. One audit practice is proposed as auditor.11.  Proposed directors’ fees for the period until the end of the next Annual General Meeting are a total of SEK 960,000, which is SEK 100,000 higher than the previous year. The increase is a consequence of the proposal to increase the number of members by one person. The proposal for allocating the Directors’ fees is as follows:Fees for the Chairman SEK 300,000 and fees for the other members SEK 100,000 per member. Additionally, SEK 60,000 is proposed for allocation between members of Committees in accordance with the Chairman of the Board’s decision. The fee per Board member is the same as the previous year. Board members may invoice this fee from a company, provided this is cost neutral for NOTE compared to drawing this compensation as income from employment. Auditors’ fees are proposed according to open account. 12.   a)    Re-election of the following Board members is proposed: Kjell-Åke Andersson, Bruce Grant, Stefan Johansson, Henry Klotz, Daniel Nyhrén and Kristian Teär. Election of Bahare Hederstierna is proposed. Kristian Teär is proposed as Chairman of the Board.         b)     Re-election of audit firm Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB (PwC) for the period until the end of the following AGM is proposed. PwC has stated that if it is elected, PwC will appoint Niklas Renström as Auditor in Charge. 13.   The Nomination Committee shall be formed by each of the four largest shareholders, or groups of shareholders, that wish to participate appointing a member, with the Chairman of the Board as convener, at least six months prior to the AGM. Where one or more shareholders decline this right, the next-largest shareholder shall be offered the corresponding opportunity. The names of the four members shall be published as soon as they are appointed. The majority of the members of the Nomination Committee shall not be Board members or the Chief Executive Officer, nor shall any other member of management be a member of the Nomination Committee. Unless the members agree otherwise, the Chairman of the Nomination Committee shall be that member representing the largest shareholder in terms of voting rights. However, a Board member shall not be Chairman of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee’s mandate runs until the appointment of a new Nomination Committee. If a shareholder is no longer one of the four largest shareholders, or groups of shareholders, of the company, its representative should make its seat available, and that shareholder that has become one of the four largest shareholders should be offered the opportunity to appoint a member of the Nomination Committee. Shareholders that have appointed members of the Nomination Committee are entitled to dismiss such member and appoint a new representative. If, for any other reason, a representative leaves the Nomination Committee before its work concludes, that shareholder that has appointed the representative should be offered the opportunity to appoint a new representative. Changes to the Nomination Committee should be made public. The Nomination Committee shall prepare a proposal for a Chairman of the Meeting, Chairman of the Board, Board of Directors, Directors’ fees, instructions for the Nomination Committee, the auditors and remuneration of auditors to be submitted to the Annual General Meeting (and where applicable, Extraordinary General Meeting) for resolution. On demand from the Nomination Committee, the company shall provide personnel such as secretarial functions for the Nomination Committee to facilitate the work of the Nomination Committee. Where necessary, the company shall also bear reasonable costs for external consultants that the Nomination Committee considers necessary for the Nomination Committee to be able to perform its duties. Board of Directors’ proposal (items 9b, 14 and 15)9.    b)     The Board of Directors proposes that the company pays a dividend to shareholders of SEK 0.50 per share with Friday 24 April as the record day. Given this record day, Euroclear Sweden AB is scheduled to pay dividends on 29 April 2015. The Board of Directors states that the company’s total profits at the disposal of the Meeting, according to the Balance Sheet as of 31 December 2014, amount to SEK 98,445,813, and accordingly exceed the proposed total dividend of SEK 14,436,300 by SEK 84,009,513. 14.  The Board is proposing that the guidelines for remunerating senior managers as adopted by the AGM 2014 are adopted without amendment for 2015. 15. The Board of Directors proposes that in the period until the next AGM, the Board of Directors is authorised to take decisions, firstly on purchasing a maximum number of shares of the company such that after purchase, the company holds a maximum of 10% of the registered shares of the company, and secondly, to transfer these treasury shares. Purchases will be against cash payment, either on the stock exchange where the company’s shares are listed, or through an offering to all shareholders. The price paid shall correspond to the market value of the company’s shares when the offering is made public. The purpose of the proposed repurchase option is for the Board of Directors to be given increased scope for its work on the company’s capital structure. Documentation for the MeetingThe accounting records, audit report, the Board’s complete proposals and other documentation required according to the Swedish Companies Act will be available by no later than 1 April 2015 from the company at Vendevägen 85 A, Danderyd, Sweden, and on the company’s website, www.note.eu. The documentation will be sent to those shareholders that so request and provide their postal or e-mail address. ___________________ The Board of Directors of NOTE AB (publ)

Highlights from the NCCN 20th Annual Conference Include Expert Roundtables, Presentation of New and Updated Treatment Guidelines

FORT WASHINGTON, PA — The NCCN 20th Annual Conference: Advancing the Standard of Cancer Care™ was hosted by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (http://www.nccn.org/)® (NCCN (http://www.nccn.org/)®) from March 12 – 14, 2015 at The Diplomat in Hollywood, Florida. During this year’s conference, NCCN leadership commemorated two decades of evidence-based decision-making in cancer care with three expert roundtables, as well as presentations on two new NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (http://www.nccn.org/professionals/default.aspx) (NCCN Guidelines (http://www.nccn.org/professionals/default.aspx)®) for Smoking Cessation and Global Resource Stratification: Cervical Cancer. This year’s conference commenced with a keynote from Robert W. Carlson, MD, Chief Executive Officer, NCCN, and presentation of a new 20th anniversary video produced for the event. “Twenty years ago, 13 academic cancer centers that traditionally had been competitors came together to assure access of patients to high-quality cancer care with the common goal to improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of cancer care so that patients can live better lives,” said Dr. Carlson. “That commitment to and focus on the patient has always been central to NCCN and continues now with our alliance of 26 academic cancer centers (http://www.nccn.org/members/network.aspx).” Conference attendees had the opportunity to attend track sessions that presented the latest treatment updates and research for more than 15 cancer types and, on Friday, March 13, two new NCCN Guidelines were presented. The NCCN Guidelines for Smoking Cessation, presented by Panel Chair, Peter G. Shields, MD, The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute (http://cancer.osu.edu/), include recommendations for evidence-based pharmacotherapy, behavior therapy, and close follow-up with retreatment, if necessary, for patients with cancer who are smokers. To account for variability in available clinical treatment resources, NCCN published the first of three preliminary NCCN Guidelines for Global Resource Stratification™: Cervical Cancer. Presented to attendees by Dr. Carlson and Wui-Jin Koh, MD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (http://www.fredhutch.org/en.html)/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (http://www.seattlecca.org/), Co-Chair of the NCCN Guidelines Panel for Cervical Cancer, the goal of the  preliminary NCCN Guidelines for Global Resource Stratification™ is to identify appropriate treatment at four resource levels and deliver a tool for health care providers to select optimal care for their resource setting. The first of three roundtable discussions, 20 Years of Improving Cancer Care Together: An NCCN Roundtable Discussion, held Thursday, March 12, featured past and present NCCN leadership as they recalled the development, progression, and success of NCCN over the past 20 years. This year’s opening roundtable will be endured on NCCN.org. Value-Based Decision-Making at the Bedside, the second roundtable of the conference held Friday, March 13, presented a forum for panelists to discuss and debate the optimal use of NCCN Guidelines and pathways as tools for value-based decision-making for physicians and patients, as well as the relationship between outcomes and cost when determining value. Disparities in defined value, agreed the panelists, pose significant challenges to oncology decision-makers. The final roundtable, held Saturday, March 14, What are the Characteristics of an Optimal Clinical Practice Guideline?, covered the ideal process through which evidence-based recommendations of the NCCN Guidelines are developed, as well as ways in which they can be optimized and delivered in the future. Also held on site during the 20th Annual Conference were the 2015 Nursing Program: Advancing Oncology Nursing™, the 2015 Oncology Fellows Program: New Horizons in Quality Cancer Care™, the fourth annual State Oncology Society Forum, and general poster sessions that featured study outcomes from more than 60 investigators, including the 2013 NCCN Foundation® Young Investigator Awards Recipients (http://www.nccn.org/patients/foundation/cancer_research.aspx). The NCCN 21st Annual Conference is scheduled for March 31 – April 2, 2016 in Hollywood, Florida. For more information, visit NCCN.org (http://www.nccn.org/professionals/meetings/annual_conference.aspx). ### About the National Comprehensive Cancer Network The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®), a not-for-profit alliance of 26 of the world’s leading cancer centers devoted to patient care, research, and education, is dedicated to improving the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of cancer care so that patients can live better lives. Through the leadership and expertise of clinical professionals at NCCN Member Institutions, NCCN develops resources that present valuable information to the numerous stakeholders in the health care delivery system. As the arbiter of high-quality cancer care, NCCN promotes the importance of continuous quality improvement and recognizes the significance of creating clinical practice guidelines appropriate for use by patients, clinicians, and other health care decision-makers. The NCCN Member Institutions are: Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer, Omaha, NE; Case Comprehensive Cancer Center/University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center and Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute, Cleveland, OH; City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Los Angeles, CA; Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center | Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Boston, MA; Duke Cancer Institute, Durham, NC; Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA; Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle, WA; The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD; Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ, Jacksonville, FL, and Rochester, MN; Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY; Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL; The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, Columbus, OH; Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY; Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital/The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN; Stanford Cancer Institute, Stanford, CA; University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center, Birmingham, AL; UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center, La Jolla, CA; UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, San Francisco, CA; University of Colorado Cancer Center, Aurora, CO; University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ann Arbor, MI; The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX; Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville, TN; and Yale Cancer Center/Smilow Cancer Hospital, New Haven, CT. Clinicians, visit NCCN.org (http://www.nccn.org/). Patients and caregivers, visit NCCN.org/patients (http://www.nccn.org/patients).

Volvo to train service technicians in Zambia

The need for practical vocational expertise is very high in Zambia. The existing training does not meet the demand from the industry, which has resulted in companies sourcing labor from other countries. In Zambia, this pertains largely to workshop mechanics and service technicians for the key mining industry. To increase job opportunities, the Volvo Group, together with Sida and UNIDO, has initiated apprenticeship training programs for 140 students starting in January 2015. A total of 420 students will be trained over a period of three and a half years and the objective is that at least 75% of the students will obtain work as service technicians or similar after completing the program. “Trained mechanics will have the opportunity to work in countries with high unemployment, while Volvo will gain access to the trained personnel that we need in order to expand in Africa,” says Malin Ripa, Senior Vice President, CSR Management. “By training local manpower, we will contribute to sustainable growth in the countries in which the Volvo Group operates.” The training will be conducted at Northern Technical College in the city of Ndola.  It has been adapted and planned to meet the needs of the industry and contains both practical and theoretical courses such as mechanics, service and maintenance of vehicles. English will also be included in the program. “Together with the Volvo Group and UNIDO, we want to create a vocational training program that corresponds to the demand for qualified vocational training programs existing in the mining industry.  There is major demand for locally trained personnel,” says Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, General Director of Sida. “Through our partnership, we will be able to jointly generate jobs with proper conditions and an inclusive business concept. Today, the key to employment and development is education.” Last year, the Volvo Group announced that it would establish apprenticeship training programs in ten African countries. Similar programs were recently started in Morocco and Ethiopia. The programs are prioritized areas in the Volvo Group’s long-term sustainability work. Improved traffic safety, fewer accidents and lower carbon-dioxide emissions are other prioritized areas. The Volvo Group is the only automotive manufacturer in the world included in the WWF’s Climate Savers program aimed at reducing carbon-dioxide emissions from both vehicles and production. On March 25, the Volvo Group will publish its sustainability report for 2014. It describes the Group’s extensive sustainability effort and the initiatives and projects that the Group conducts. Watch UNIDO´s video from Ethiopia (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-jKNu1CV9c&feature=youtu.be) where the vocational training school has been in operation some years in partnership with the Volvo Group, UNIDO and Sida. March 21, 2015 Journalists who would like additional information, please contact Kina Wileke +46 (0)31-323 7229 or +46 (0)765-537229. For more stories from the Volvo Group, please visit http://www.volvogroup.com/globalnews. The Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines. The Group also provides complete solutions for financing and service. The Volvo Group, which employs about 100,000 people, has production facilities in 19 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. In 2014 the Volvo Group’s sale amounted to about SEK 283 billion (EUR 31 billion). The Volvo Group is a publicly-held company headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden. Volvo shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more information, please visit www.volvogroup.com or www.volvogroup.mobi if you are using your mobile phone.

NORDIC NANOVECTOR – DELISTING FROM THE NORWEGIAN OTC

NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, JAPAN OR AUSTRALIA OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. OTHER RESTRICTIONS ARE APPLICABLE. PLEASE SEE THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION AT THE END OF THE ANNOUNCEMENT. Oslo, 23 March 2015. Reference is made to the stock exchange announcement dated 20 March 2015 regarding the successful completion of the bookbuilding period for the initial public offering of the shares (the “Offering”) of Nordic Nanovector ASA (“Nordic Nanovector” or the “Company”). The Company’s shares have been listed on the Norwegian OTC (“NOTC”) since 7 July 2014. The Company will delist from the NOTC as of 23 March 2015. The first day of listing for the Company’s shares on the Oslo Stock Exchange is 23 March 2015. ABG Sundal Collier and DNB Markets, a part of DNB Bank ASA, are acting as Joint Global Coordinators for the Offering and ABG Sundal Collier, Carnegie and DNB Markets are acting as Joint Bookrunners for the Offering. For further queries, please contact: Luigi Costa, CEOCell:    (41) 79 124 8601Fax:    (47) 22 58 00 07E-mail: lcosta@nordicnanovector.com Tone Kvåle, CFOCell:    (47) 91 51 95 76Fax:    (47) 22 58 00 07E-mail: tkvale@nordicnanovector.com About Nordic NanovectorNordic Nanovector is a biotech company focusing on the development and commercialization 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-Radio-Conjugates (ARCs), designed to improve upon and complement current options for the treatment of Non-Hodgkin’s 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 tumor-seeking anti-CD37 antibody conjugated to low intensity radionuclide (Lutetium 177). It has shown promising efficacy in Phase 1 studies in a difficult-to-treat NHL patient population and as well as a very favourable tolerability. Betalutin™ is fast advancing through clinical development and with first approval anticipated in 2018. Nordic Nanovector intends to retain marketing rights and to actively participate in the commercialization of Betalutin™ in core markets, while exploring potential distribution agreements in selected geographies. The Company is committed to developing its ARC pipeline to treat a number of select cancer indications. Further information about the Company can be found at www.nordicnanovector.com. IMPORTANT INFORMATION United StatesThese materials may not be published, distributed or transmitted in the United States, Canada, Australia or Japan. These materials do not constitute an offer of securities for sale or a solicitation of an offer to purchase securities (the “Shares”) of Nordic Nanovector ASA (the “Company”) in the United States, Norway or any other jurisdiction. The Shares of the Company may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an exemption from registration under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “U.S. Securities Act”). The Shares of the Company have not been, and will not be, registered under the U.S. Securities Act. Any sale in the United States of the securities mentioned in this communication will be made solely to “qualified institutional buyers” as defined in Rule 144A under the U.S. Securities Act. European Economic AreaAny offering of securities will be made by means of a prospectus to be published that may be obtained from the issuer or selling security holder, once published, and that will contain detailed information about the Company and its management, as well as financial statements.These materials are an advertisement and not a prospectus for the purposes of Directive 2003/71/EC, as amended (together with any applicable implementing measures in any Member State, the “Prospectus Directive”). Investors should not subscribe for any securities referred to in these materials except on the basis of information contained in the prospectus.In any EEA Member State other than Norway (from the time the prospectus has been approved by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway, in its capacity as the competent authority in Norway, and published in accordance with the Prospectus Directive as implemented in Norway) that has implemented the Prospectus Directive, this communication is only addressed to and is only directed at “qualified investors” in that Member State within the meaning of Article 2(1)(e) of the Prospectus Directive (“Qualified Investors”), i.e., only to investors to whom an offer of securities may be made without the requirement for the Company to publish a prospectus pursuant to Article 3 of the Prospectus Directive in such EEA Member State. United KingdomIn the United Kingdom, these materials are only being distributed to and are only directed at Qualified Investors who (i) are investment professionals falling within Article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005 (as amended) (the “Order”) or (ii) are persons falling within Article 49(2)(a) to (d) of the Order (high net worth companies, unincorporated associations, etc.) (all such persons together being referred to as “Relevant Persons”). These materials are directed only at Relevant Persons and must not be acted on or relied on by persons who are not Relevant Persons. Any investment or investment activity to which this document relates is available only to Relevant Persons and will be engaged in only with Relevant Persons.

Convening notice for 2015 annual general meeting in Precise Biometrics AB (publ)

Welcome to attend the Annual General Meeting (the “AGM”) of Precise Biometrics AB, to be held at 4.00 p.m. on Tuesday April 27, 2015 at the head office of Precise Biometrics, Scheelevägen 30 in Lund, Sweden. Registration for the meeting will start at 3.30 p.m. A.         PARTICIPATION Shareholders who wish to attend the AGM must: 1.be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB, on Tuesday April 21, 2015; and 2.notify the company of their intent to attend the AGM at the address Precise Biometrics AB (publ), Box 798, SE-220 07 LUND, Sweden or by email to arsstamma2015@precisebiometrics.com, no later than Tuesday April 21, 2015, preferably before 4.00 p.m. When giving notice of attendance, the shareholder shall state name, personal identity or corporate registration number, address and telephone number. A proxy form is available on the company website www.precisebiometrics.com and will be sent by mail to shareholders informing the company of their address. Proxies and representatives of legal entities shall submit papers of authorisation prior to the AGM. In order to be able to vote at the AGM, shareholders with nominee-registered shares must have the shares temporarily owner-registered with Euroclear Sweden AB. Such registration must completed on Tuesday April 21, 2015 and should be requested in due time before said date. B.         AGENDA Proposal for agenda 1.                  Opening of the meeting. 2.                  Election of Chairman of the meeting. 3.                  Preparation and approval of the voting list. 4.                  Approval of the agenda. 5.                  Election of one or two persons to approve the minutes. 6.                  Determination whether the meeting has been duly convened. 7.                  The Managing Director’s report. 8.                  Presentation of    (a)   the Annual Report and the Auditor’s Report and the Consolidated Financial Statements and the Group Auditor’s Report,    (b)   the statement by the Auditor on the compliance with the guidelines for remuneration to senior management applicable since the last AGM, and    (c)   the Board of Directors proposals under items 15-18. 9.                  Resolutions regarding    (a)   the adoption of the Statement of Income and the Balance Sheet and the Consolidated Statement of Income and the Consolidated Balance Sheet, as per December 31, 2014,    (b)   the appropriation of the company’s loss according to the adopted Balance Sheet, and    (c)   the discharge from liability of the members of the Board of Directors and the Managing Director. 10.                 Determination of the number of members of the Board of Directors. 11.                 Election of members and Chairman of the Board of Directors. 12.                 Election of auditor. 13.                 Resolution regarding fees to the members of the Board of Directors and the auditor. 14.                 Resolution regarding principles for appointing the members of the Nomination Committee. 15.                 Determination of guidelines for remuneration to senior management. 16.                 Resolution regarding (a) amendment of the articles of association, and (b) reduction of the share capital for allocation to unrestricted shareholders’ equity. 17.                 Resolution regarding authorisation of the Board of Directors to resolve on new issue of shares and/or convertible bonds with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential right. 18.                 Closing of the meeting. Proposed resolutionsProposal for election of Chairman of the meeting (item 2) According to the principles for appointing the members of the Nomination Committee that were decided upon at the AGM 2014, the Chairman of the Board of Directors shall convene a Nomination Committee consisting, in addition to the Chairman of the Board of Directors, of representatives from three of the company’s major shareholders as per April 30. The Nomination Committee appointed for the AGM 2015, consisting of Torgils Knutsson Bonde (own holding) as Chairman of the Nomination Committee, Robert Andersson (Limhamns Förvaltning AB), Can Durmaz (own holdings, also through company) and the Chairman of the Board of Directors Torgny Hellström, has proposed Torgny Hellström as Chairman of the meeting.Proposal for appropriation of loss (item 9b) The Board of Directors proposes that the company’s loss for the year, which amounts to SEK 36,824,588, is appropriated through a reduction of the share premium fund and that SEK 27,044,289 is carried forward. The Board of Directors proposes that no dividend is declared for the financial year. Proposal regarding number of Board members, election of members and Chairman of the Board and of auditor, and determination of fees (items 10-13) The Nomination Committee proposes that the number of Board members shall be six, with no deputy members, and that the current Board, consisting of Torgny Hellström (Chairman), Torbjörn Clementz, Eva Maria Matell, Anders Harrysson, Matts Lilja and Mats Lindoff, shall be re-elected. Torgny Hellström shall be elected as Chairman of the Board.  The Nomination Committee proposes that the fees to the Board up to and including the AGM 2016 shall be increased. The Chairman of the Board shall receive SEK 500,000 (previous SEK 300,000) and each of the other members of the Board, not employed by the company, shall receive SEK 175,000 (previous SEK 150,000). Based on an unchanged number of Board members, the total remuneration would amount to SEK 1,375,000 (previously SEK 1,050,000). Remuneration for committee work is proposed to amount to SEK 25,000 for each committee assignment a Board member holds (previously SEK 25,000 for all committees). Further, the Nomination Committee proposes that the increase of the fees shall be made retroactively so that the difference between the compensation resolved at the AGM 2014 and the compensation that is resolved at the AGM 2015 shall be paid for the period from January 1, 2015 until the AGM 2015. Last, the Nomination Committee proposes that the accounting firm EY is elected as auditor of the company for a mandate period of one year and that the auditor’s fees are to be paid as per approved invoice. The authorised public accountant Johan Thuresson is auditor in charge. Proposal for resolution regarding principles for appointing the members of the Nomination Committee (item 14) The Nomination Committee proposes the following amended principles for appointment of members of the Nomination Committee. The Chairman of the Board shall convene a Nomination Committee which, in addition to the Chairman, shall consist of representatives from two or three of the company’s largest shareholders in accordance with Euroclear Sweden AB’s list of registered shareholders as of August 30. If any of these shareholders should wish to abstain from the possibility to appoint a representative, the right shall be transferred to the shareholder who after such shareholders has the largest holding in the company. Details on the names of the members of the Nomination Committee and the names of the shareholders they represent shall be announced on the company’s website at the latest six months before the AGM. The commission for the Nomination Committee shall continue until a new Nomination Committee is appointed. A member shall retire from the Nomination Committee if the shareholder who appointed such member no longer represents one of the three largest shareholders or has sold its entire holding. Next shareholder in terms of size of holdings shall thereafter be offered to appoint a new member, if that is required in order to fulfil that at least two shareholders will be represented in the Nomination Committee. In the event that two shareholders are already represented, the Nomination Committee may decline to offer a new shareholder to appoint a representative in the Nomination Committee. The duties of the Nomination Committee are to prepare, ahead of the AGM, proposals for the election of a Chairman at the AGM, the election of the Chairman and other members of the Board of Directors, principles for appointing the members of the Nomination Committee and, as applicable, the election of auditors and determination of fees, and other related issues. The Nomination Committee is able to charge the company with necessary costs that may be required for the Nomination Committee to fulfil its commission. The members of the Nomination Committee are not entitled to any remuneration.Proposal for guidelines for remuneration to management (item 15) The Board of Directors proposes that the levels of remuneration and other employment terms for management shall be in accordance with the market and provide both short-term and long-term incentives. The short-term incentives shall consist of both a fixed salary and a variable salary. The variable salary shall be based on the company’s result and on individual goals. The variable part of the salary may amount to a maximum of 75 per cent of the fixed salary for the Managing Director and 50 per cent of the fixed salary for the other members of management. Long-term incentives may consist of options or other share-based compensation programs. For the Managing Director, a mutual notice period of 6 months shall apply, and 3-6 months for the other management members. In addition, the Managing Director may be entitled to redundancy payment amounting to a maximum of 6 month salary, if the employment is terminated by Precise Biometrics. Other members of management shall not be entitled to redundancy payment. The retirement age for all members of management shall be 65 years. Pension premiums are calculated in accordance with the company’s pension scheme, which imitates the ITP2 pension scheme, and may amount to maximum 25 per cent of the fixed salary.Proposal for amendments to the Articles of Association and reduction of share capital for allocation to unrestricted shareholders’ equity (item 16) A. Amendments to the Articles of Association In order to resolve on reduction of share capital in accordance with the Board’s proposal under item 16 B, the Board proposes that the provision on the limits of the share capital of the Articles of Association is amended as follows. +----------------------+-------------------------------------------+|Current wording |Proposed  wording |+----------------------+-------------------------------------------+|§ 4 |§ 4 |+----------------------+-------------------------------------------+|The share capital |The share capital shall be no less than SEK||shall be no less than |5,000,000 and no more than SEK 20,000,000. ||SEK | ||40,000,000 and no more| ||than SEK 160,000,000. | |+----------------------+-------------------------------------------+ B. Reduction of share capital for allocation to unrestricted shareholders’ equity In order to better adjust the size of the company’s high share capital to its business, the Board proposes that the AGM resolves to reduce the share capital as follows: The company’s share capital, which currently amounts to SEK 96,685,706.38, shall be reduced by SEK 86,326,523.56 for allocation to unrestricted shareholders’ equity. The reduction shall be effected without retirement of shares and without repayment to the shareholders. After the reduction, the company’s share capital will amount to SEK 10,359,182.82, allocated between a total number of 345,306,094 shares. The reduction entails a reduction of the quota value of the shares with SEK 0.25, from SEK 0.28 to SEK 0.03.The resolution on reduction of the company’s share capital requires that the AGM resolves to amend the Articles of Association according to the Board’s proposal under item 16 A, and the AGM’s resolution pursuant to items 16 A and B should be made as a joint resolution. Such a resolution is valid only if it is supported by shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the votes cast as well as the shares represented at the AGM. Proposal for authorisation of the Board of Directors to resolve on new issue of shares and/or convertible bonds (item 17) The Board of Directors proposes the AGM to authorise the Board to resolve, on one or several occasions before the next AGM, on an issue of shares and/or convertible bonds. Such issue may entail a deviation from the shareholders’ preferential right to subscribe for new shares and/or convertible bonds and also entail that payment of the new shares and/or convertible bonds may be made in cash or by consideration in kind or by right of set-off. The issue may result in an aggregate increase in the share capital corresponding to the issue of a maximum of 34,530,609 shares and/or convertible bonds to be converted into a maximum of 34,530,609 shares. Full exercise of the authorisation, and where applicable full conversion, is equivalent to a dilution of approximately 10 per cent of the current share capital and votes. The Board shall be entitled to establish remaining conditions of the issue, including the issue price. The issue price shall be established based on the prevailing conditions on the market.  The purpose of the authorisation and the reason for the deviation from the shareholders’ preferential right is to enable the company, by way of issues of new shares/convertible bonds for payment in cash, in kind or through set-off, to effect company acquisitions, other strategic investments or to obtain capital contributions from new owners that are considered strategically important from an operational, financial, structural or other perspective. C.         AVAILABLE DOCUMENTS The Nomination Committee’s reasoned statement on its proposal for members of the Board of Directors will be available on the company’s website, www.precisebiometrics.com. The Annual Report and the Auditor’s Report, the statement by the auditor on the compliance with the guidelines for remuneration to senior management applicable since the last AGM and the complete proposals of the Board of Directors according to items 15-17 will be available at the company and on its website as from April 2, 2015. Copies of the documents will also be sent to shareholders who so request and state their address, and will be available at the meeting. D.         NUMBER OF SHARES AND VOTES IN THE COMPANY As per the date of this notice, the total number of shares and votes in the company amounts to 345,306,094. All shares are of the same class. E.         INFORMATION AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING At the AGM, the Board of Directors and the Managing Director shall, if a shareholder so requests and the Board considers that this can be done without significant harm for the company, give information on circumstances that can affect the judgement of an item on the agenda, circumstances that can affect the assessment of the financial situation of the company or its subsidiaries and the company’s relationship with another group company. Lund in March 2015 The Board of Directors PRECISE BIOMETRICS AB (publ) This press release contains information that Precise Biometrics is required to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980). The information was submitted for publication at 08.00 am on 23 March, 2015.

Wallenstam acquires property in Sundbyberg – plans to build new apartments

“The acquisition will allow us to contribute further to urban development in Sundbyberg, where we will be able to take a holistic approach to the area and develop an entirely new city district with various forms of tenure. Our previous experiences of running development projects in the municipality are very good, especially now that the Tuletornen and Tuletorget projects are nearing completion. So we are extremely pleased that we now have the opportunity to take on the next major urban development project in Sundbyberg,” says CEO Hans Wallenstam. The property acquired by Wallenstam is in an extremely good location in Sundbyberg bordering on the extensive Stora Ursvik and Järvastaden areas, and the new Arenastaden city district is located nearby. It is 13 minutes from Stockholm central station by Metro, and there are a large number of sports facilities and several popular green spaces such as Lötsjön and Råstasjön within walking distance.  Sundbyberg is the nation’s smallest municipality by area, but in spite of this it has Sweden’s most dynamic population growth and its highest rate of residential construction. Of the existing buildings included in the acquisition, office space constitutes around 64 per cent while the remainder is chiefly retail and warehousing. “After five years of intensive planning, being able to hand over the project to Wallenstam, one of Sweden’s biggest and most prominent residential developers, is extremely exciting. I am extremely proud of this major housing project, developed in-house and in close and especially good collaboration with Sundbyberg municipality,” says Staffan Olsson, MD of Profi Fastigheter AB. Wallenstam AB (publ) is required to make this information public under the provisions of the Swedish Financial Markets Act and the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was made publicly available on 23 March 2015 at 08:00.   

KappAhl launches interior decoration

When KappAhl launched its baby collection Newbie in 2010, nobody could have guessed how immediate a success it was going to be. Now the fashion chain is expanding the popular concept still further. Last autumn, the Newbie range got its first dedicated store, and this week interior decoration for the nursery is also being launched. The Newbie Home interior decoration collection contains items such as bed linen, baby blankets, hangers, changing mats, bunting, storage and other high quality decorative products for the smallest member of the family. The customers who buy Newbie will recognise both the design, style and the sustainable approach. The collection will initially be available in KappAhl's larger stores, in Newbie Store and from Shop Online. All Newbie Home products are of high quality for a reasonable price, and the cotton is 100% organic.     "We are reinforcing our sustainable approach with Newbie Home", says Carina Ladow. "One example is that we make use of waste from producing other parts of the collection in items such as quilts and bunting.” The Newbie success story Newbie was created when KappAhl's designers wanted to produce baby clothes in neutral colours and with a little touch of luxury. The cotton in the Newbie range is 100% organic, and with its timeless design and colour scheme it should be possible for the garments to be passed down from one sibling to another without every going out of fashion. The sustainable profile and timeless design quickly became a success among environmentally conscious parents. The collection was expanded in line with customer requests, with the addition of more sizes, up to 110 cm height. Newbie is now so much appreciated that there is a strong second-hand market, including several Facebook groups where Newbie-loving parents buy and sell garments. In November, KappAhl opened Sweden's first Newbie shop; Newbie Store, in the Mood mall in Stockholm.

Annual general meeting in Haldex Aktiebolag (publ)

The shareholders of Haldex Aktiebolag are hereby invited to attend the annual general meeting to be held at 16.00 CET on Tuesday 28 April 2015, at the company’s premises, Instrumentgatan 15, Landskrona, Sweden. At 15.00 CET, shareholders are invited to a short introduction to the company and a guided tour of the factory. After the annual general meeting a lighter meal is served. A.         RIGHT TO ATTEND THE GENERAL MEETING Shareholders who wish to attend the general meeting must ·be recorded in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB, as of Wednesday22 April 2015; and ·notify Haldex of their intention to participate in the general meeting at the address: Haldex AB, Anna Ellman, P.O. Box 507, SE-261 24 Landskrona, Sweden, by telephone 0418-47 60 00 or by e-mail to anmalan.stamma@haldex.com, by Wednesday 22 April 2015 at the latest. On giving notice of attendance, the shareholder shall state the shareholder’s name, address, telephone number, personal identity number or equivalent (corporate identity number) and shareholdings. Proxies and representatives of a legal person shall submit documents of authorisation prior to the general meeting. A proxy form will be available on the company’s website, www.haldex.com. In order to participate in the annual general meeting, shareholders with nominee registered shares must request their bank or broker to have their shares owner-registered with Euroclear Sweden AB. Such registration must be made as of Wednesday 22 April 2015, and the bank or broker should therefore be notified in due time before said date. The registration can be temporary. B.         AGENDA Proposal for agenda 1.Opening of the meeting and election of chairman of the meeting. 2.Drawing up and approval of the voting list. 3.Election of two persons to approve the minutes. 4.Determination of compliance with the rules of convocation. 5.Approval of the agenda. 6.The managing director’s report. 7.Presentation of the annual report and the auditor’s report and the consolidated financial statements and the consolidated auditor’s report. 8.Resolutions on ·a) adoption of the income statement and the balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet; ·b) discharge of the board of directors and the managing director from personal liability for the financial year 2014; ·c) appropriation of the company’s profit according to the adopted balance sheet; ·d) determination of the record day for the decided distribution of profits. 9.Determination of the number of directors and deputy directors. 10.Determination of fees to the directors and deputy directors. 11.Determination of fees to the auditors. 12.Election of chairman, directors and deputy directors of the board and auditor. 13.Resolution on approval of guidelines for remuneration to senior executives. 14.Resolution on ·a) the implementation of a long-term incentive program, and ·b) hedging arrangements in respect thereof 15.Resolution on ·a) authorisation for the board of directors to resolve on acquisitions of own shares; ·b) authorisation for the board of directors to resolve on transfers of own shares in connection to corporate acquisitions; and 16.Closing of the meeting. Proposal for election of chairman of the meeting (item 1 on the agenda) The nomination committee proposes that Göran Carlson shall be elected chairman of the annual general meeting 2015. Proposal for appropriation of the company’s profit according to the adopted balance sheet (item 8 (c) on the agenda) The board of directors proposes a cash dividend for the financial year 2014 of SEK 3.00 per share. Proposal for record date for dividend (item 8 (d) on the agenda) As record date for the cash dividend the board of directors proposes Thursday, 30 April 2015. Subject to the resolution by the general meeting in accordance with this proposal, the cash dividend is expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on Wednesday, 6 May 2015. Proposal for election of the board of directors and the auditor and resolution on fees for the directors and the auditor (items 9 – 12 on the agenda) A nomination committee consisting of Göran Carlson representing his own shareholding, Frank Larsson representing Handelsbanken Fonder, Anders Algotsson representing AFA Försäkring and Erik Törnberg representing Creades was appointed in October 2014. Göran Carlson was appointed chairman of the nomination committee. Due to changes in the ownership of the company, the composition of the nomination committee was changed and Nils Bolmstrand representing Nordea Investment Funds replaced Erik Törnberg from Creades in November 2014. The nomination committee, which by the end of 2014 represented 17.1 per cent of the shares and votes in the company, proposes that the general meeting resolves in accordance with the following: The number of directors is proposed to be six (previously seven), with no deputy directors. The nomination committee proposes re-election of Göran Carlson, Magnus Johansson, Staffan Jufors, Arne Karlsson and Annika Sten Pärson. Further, new election of Carina Olson is proposed. Göran Carlson is proposed be re-elected chairman of the board of directors. Stefan Charette and Cecilia Löf have declined re-election. Carina Olson, born 1965, is the CFO and Procurement Officer of Södra Skogsägarna ekonomisk förening in Växjö. The Södra group has a turnover of SEK 17 billion and approx. 3,500 employees. Carina Olson holds a MBA and has been employed within Södra since 2001 and she has been CFO in both Södra Timber and Södra Cell. She assumed office as CFO for the group in 2011 and at the same time she was HR director. Between 1990 and 2001, Carina held positions as financial manager, accounting manager and controller in several companies within ABB Fläkt Industri AB in Växjö. The nomination committee further proposes a registered auditing firm be elected as the company’s auditor. The nomination committee proposes election of Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB as the company’s auditor for the period until the end of the annual general meeting 2016. The auditor-in-charge is Bror Frid. Fees to the directors for the period up to and including the annual general meeting 2016 are proposed to be slightly raised in relation to the previous year. The chairman of the board of directors shall receive SEK 540,000 (525,000) and each of the other directors shall receive SEK 215,000 (210,000). In addition, unchanged consideration for committee work shall be allocated as follows: the chairman of the audit committee SEK 100,000, each member of the audit committee SEK 50,000, the chairman of the compensation committee SEK 50,000 and each member of the compensation committee SEK 25,000. Fees to the auditors in respect of services performed are proposed to be paid on current account. Proposal for resolution on approval of guidelines for remuneration to senior executives (item 13 on the agenda) The remuneration to the managing director and other senior executives shall consist of a balanced combination of fixed remuneration, annual bonus, long-term incentive program, pension and other benefits and conditions of termination of employment/severance payment. The total remuneration shall be in accordance with market practice and shall be based on performance. The fixed remuneration shall be individually determined and be based on each individual’s responsibility, role, competence and position. The annual bonus shall be based on outcomes of predetermined financial and individual objectives and amount to a maximum of 50 per cent of the fixed annual salary. In extraordinary situations a special compensation may be paid out to attract and retain key competence or to induce individuals to move to new locations of service or accept new positions. Such compensation may not be paid out for a period longer than 36 months and may not exceed a total maximum of two times the compensation the executive would otherwise have received. The board of directors may propose the general meeting to resolve on long-term incentive programs. Pension benefits shall be based on defined contribution plans and shall (for Swedish employees) entitle to pension by the age of 65. Upon termination by the company, the notice period for the managing director is 12 months and for other senior executives up to 6 months. In addition hereto, when entering into new employment contracts, agreement may be made on severance pay up to a maximum amount corresponding to 12 months’ fixed salary. The board of directors shall be entitled to deviate from the guidelines if there are specific reasons or needs in an individual case. Proposals regarding the implementation of a long-term incentive program, and hedging arrangements in respect thereof (items 14 (a) – (b) on the agenda) Proposal for resolution on implementing of the Program (item 14 (a) on the agenda) The board of directors of Haldex Aktiebolag (publ) (“Haldex” or the “Company”) proposes that the annual general meeting 2015 resolves on the implementation of an incentive program (”LTI 2015” or the “Program”), essentially on the same principles as the incentive program LTI 2014 which was implemented in accordance with a resolution by the annual general meeting 2014. The board of directors’ overall assessment is that LTI 2015 creates a uniform and sustainable system for variable remuneration within the Haldex group (the “Group”) and will motivate long-term creation of value by aligning the interests of the employees with those of the shareholders. Purpose and main features LTI 2015 aims to: ·create a program for variable pay that will contribute to the ability of Haldex to retain and recruit key employees and that will ensure that Haldex’s remuneration levels are competitive in the relevant market;  ·stimulate and motivate the employees to make efforts which will strengthen the Company in a long-term perspective; and ·create a long-term engagement in the Company by the employees and to align their interests with those of the shareholders through deferred variable remuneration in the form of shares. In brief, LTI 2015 means that if certain performance targets (the “Performance Targets”) are achieved during the financial year 2015 (the ”Performance Year”) the participants in LTI 2015 (the ”Participants”) are awarded a variable remuneration in the beginning of 2016 (the “Performance Amount”), of which 60 per cent (the “Cash Amount”) will be awarded in cash and 40 per cent (the “Share Amount”) will be awarded in the form of employee stock options which are conditional, non-transferable deferred rights (the “Performance Rights”) to receive one ordinary share in Haldex for each Performance Right, automatically during 2019 and free of charge (a “Performance Share”). The term of LTI 2015 is four years, with vesting during the Performance Year. After the expiry of the Performance Year, allotment of any Performance Amount will occur. Settlement of any Cash Amount is expected to occur during the spring 2016. Subsequent to the allotment of any Share Amount, Performance Rights will be awarded the Participant followed by a deferral period of three years (the “Lock-up Period”), before final transfer of Performance Shares to the Participant is expected to occur during 2019, after the annual general meeting 2019 and before the end of June 2019. Deferred variable remuneration under the LTI 2015 will not be pensionable income. Participants The Program will be open to approximately 25 Participants employed within the Group, including the CEO. Participants that during the term of LTI 2015 give or receive notice to leave or leave the Group due to any other reason will not, as a general rule, have the right to receive Performance Shares. Participants who enter leave of absence, parental leave, sick leave or similar during the Performance Year and remain employed have the right to receive Performance Shares, subject to individual adjustments of the terms and conditions. Participants who have received allotment of Performance Rights and after the allotment enter leave of absence, parental leave, sick leave or similar and remain employed or retire have the right to receive Performance Shares. The board of directors may decide to deviate from the distinctions above both in general or in individual cases. The board of directors shall be authorised to establish the detailed terms and conditions for the Program. The board of directors may, in that regard, make necessary adjustments to satisfy certain regulations or market conditions. Participation in the Program presupposes that such participation is legally possible in the various jurisdictions concerned and that the administrative costs and financial efforts are reasonable in the opinion of the board of directors. Performance Targets and Performance Amount The allotment of any Performance Amount is subject to the fulfilment of the Performance Targets during the Performance Year. The Performance Targets consists of the following key figures of the Group; ·50 per cent weighting: the Operating Income Margin; calculated as Operating Income divided by Net Sales, as reported in Haldex’s year-end report for 2015. The Operating Income Margin should be adjusted for any abnormal business procedures, capital gains or losses from structural changes such as divestitures and acquisitions; and ·50 per cent weighting: the Operating Cash Flow; calculated excluding financial items and taxes as in Haldex internal cash flow statement, except any abnormal business procedures. In order for any allotment of the Performance Amount to occur, the starting point for the at least one of the two Performance Target (the “Starting Point”) must be exceeded and for maximum allotment of the Performance Amount to occur, the outperform target for both Performance Targets (the “Outperform Target”) must be satisfied. The Starting Point and the Outperform Target (creating the “Target Range”) for each Performance Target will be set by the board of directors and will be disclosed by Haldex no later than in the annual report for the financial year 2018. Should the outcome fall within the Target Range, a proportional allotment of the Performance Amount will be made. The maximum Performance Amount is dependent on the Participant’s gross annual fixed salary during 2015 (the “Base Salary”). The maximum Performance Amount at Outperform Target is limited to 70 per cent of the Base Salary for the CEO and other senior executives, 60–50 per cent of the Base Salary for other Participants. The total Share Amount for Participants in LTI 2015 is limited to not more than SEK 10.6 million. Performance Rights The Share Amount is converted into a number of Performance Rights, rounded off to the nearest whole number, by dividing of the Share Amount with the volume-weighted average price paid per ordinary share in Haldex at Nasdaq Stockholm during six months – from the first trading day of September 2015 to the last trading day of February 2016 - (the “Translation Rate”), however, not lower than SEK 39.00 per share (the “Floor Price”). The board of directors has the right to, in connection with certain corporate events, inter alia in case of a share split or a reverse share split, resolve on an adjustment of the Floor Price in accordance with general principles on the equity market for recalculation in such events. A Performance Right does not constitute a security or a financial instrument and will not be registered on any securities account with any central securities depository. Participants do not have the right to pledge, sell, transfer or in any other way dispose of the Performance Rights. A Performance Right does not carry any right to dividends or other shareholders’ rights during the duration of the Performance Right. However, holders of Performance Rights shall receive dividend compensation on the underlying Performance Share during the Lock-up Period in the form of a cash amount. The number of Performance Rights can be recalculated in case of a bonus issue, new issue of shares, conversion of convertible instruments, share split or reverse share split and in certain other cases in accordance with general principles on the equity market for recalculation in such events. Allotment of Performance Shares Each Performance Right held by a Participant bestows a conditional right to automatically and free of charge receive allotment of one Performance Share in 2019. The total number of Performance Shares that may be allotted to the Participants shall not exceed 272,253, which equals the quotient of (a) the highest aggregate Share Amount for all Participants divided by (b) the Floor Price. Delivery of any Performance Shares shall be conditional on the fulfilment of the Performance Targets and the Participant being employed within the Group throughout the Lock-up Period. In addition, in order for any allotment of Performance Shares to occur, the Participants’ outcome of LTI 2015 shall be reasonable in the opinion of the board of directors with regard to the financial situation of the Company, the employer and/or the Group. The board of directors shall prior to and in close proximity to each allotment of Performance Shares evaluate whether and to which extent the stated conditions are fulfilled. If not all the conditions are fulfilled, the board of directors has the right, at its own discretion, to unilaterally change the terms and conditions for LTI 2015 as the board of directors deems appropriate and in this context for example in whole or in part declare outstanding Performance Rights forfeited, meaning that fewer or no Performance Shares at all will be transferred to the Participant. A decision of such change shall be publicly announced no later than in connection with Haldex’s first financial report following the decision. Hedging The board of directors proposes that the annual general meeting, as the main alternative (item 14 (b) alternative (1) below) resolves (i) to authorise the board of directors to resolve on acquisitions of own shares on a regulated market, and (ii) to transfer own shares free of charge to Participants. Since the Program, in principle, is not expected to give rise to any initial social security payments for the Group, the board of directors has decided not to propose to the annual general meeting 2015 to resolve on transfers of own common shares on a regulated market in order to cover such costs. Prior to the transfers of shares to Participants, the board of directors intends to propose to the annual general meeting 2018 and/or 2019 that transfers be made of own shares on a regulated market in order to cover above mentioned costs. Should the majority required under item 14 (b) alternative (1) below not be reached, the board of directors proposes that Haldex shall be able to enter into an equity swap agreement with a third party (item 14 (b) alternative (2) below). Estimated costs The estimated maximum costs of LTI 2015 amounts to SEK 13.7 million. The calculation of the estimated costs has been made based on the following assumptions: (i) an average market price of the Haldex common share of SEK 78.10, (ii) dividend of SEK 0 is paid by Haldex each year during the Program and (iii) an assessment of future volatility in respect of the Haldex common share. In total, this can lead to maximum costs for the Program of approximately SEK 10.6 million, excluding social security costs. The costs for social security charges are calculated to approximately SEK 3.1 million assuming an annual share price increase of 10 per cent during the Lock-up Period. If the average share price increases from SEK 78.10 with 10 per cent until the implementation of the Program the effect on costs would only be marginal as the number of Performance Rights would be reduced correspondingly. Also in case of a decrease in the average share price the effect on costs would be marginal. The expected annual costs, including social security charges, correspond to approximately 1 per cent of Haldex’s total employee costs. Preparation of the Program The proposal for LTI 2015 has been prepared by the board of directors and discussed with major shareholders. Previous incentive programs in Haldex The annual general meeting 2013 resolved to implement the long term incentive program LTI 2013, essentially on the same principles as the above proposed LTI 2015. At the end of December 2014, 15 participants of LTI 2013 are entitled to receive not more than 65,209 performance shares during the first half of 2017. The annual general meeting 2014 resolved to implement the long term incentive program LTI 2014, essentially on the same principles as the above proposed LTI 2015. In LTI 2014, 24 participants are entitled to receive not more than 35,021 performance shares during the first half of 2018. Besides LTI 2013 and LTI 2014, there are currently no other outstanding share-related incentive programs in Haldex. Proposal for resolution on hedging arrangements in respect of the Program (item 14 (b) on the agenda) Proposal for resolution on acquisitions and transfers of own shares (item 14 (b) alternative (1)) (i) Authorisation for the board of directors to resolve on acquisitions of own shares The board of directors proposes that the annual general meeting authorises the board to resolve on acquisitions of own shares on one or several occasions during the period up to the annual general meeting 2016 in accordance with the following: ·acquisitions of own shares shall be made on Nasdaq Stockholm; ·no more than 350,000 own shares may be acquired; and ·acquisitions of own shares shall be made in cash and at a price within the applicable stock market share price range at the time of the acquisition. The reasons for the proposed authorisation to acquire own shares is to secure delivery to Participants of shares in accordance with LTI 2015 and to enable transfers of shares on a regulated market to cover costs associated with the Program. (ii) Resolution on transfers of own shares to Participants in LTI 2015 The board of directors proposes that the annual general meeting resolves on transfers of own shares in accordance with the following. ·the maximum number of shares that may be transferred shall be 272,253; ·entitled to receive the shares shall, with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights, be the Participants in LTI 2015, with right for each of the Participants to receive no more than the maximum number of shares allowed under the terms and conditions for LTI 2015; ·the Participants’ right to receive shares are conditional upon the fulfilment of all of the conditions set up in LTI 2015; ·the shares shall be transferred within the time period set out in the terms and conditions of LTI 2015; ·the shares shall be transferred free of charge; and ·the number of shares that may be transferred to the Participants in LTI 2015 may be recalculated due to bonus issue, share split, rights issue and similar events in accordance with the terms and conditions of LTI 2015. The reason for the proposed transfers and for the deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights is to enable delivery of shares to Participants in LTI 2015. Proposal for resolution on an equity swap agreement with a third party (item 14 (b) alternative (2)) Should the majority required under item 14 (b) alternative (1) above not be reached, the board of directors proposes that the annual general meeting resolves that the expected financial exposure of the Program shall be hedged by Haldex being able to enter into an equity swap agreement with a third party on terms in accordance with market practice, whereby the third party in its own name shall be entitled to acquire and transfer shares in Haldex to the Participants. Miscellaneous Conditions The annual general meeting’s resolution on the implementation of the Program according to item 14 (a) above is conditional upon the meeting either resolving in accordance with the board of directors’ proposal under item 14 (b) alternative (1) above or in accordance with the board of directors’ proposal under item 14 (b) alternative (2) above. Majority requirements The annual general meeting’s resolution regarding the Program according to item 14 (a) above requires a simple majority among the votes cast. A valid resolution under item 14 (b) alternative (1) above requires that shareholders representing not less than nine-tenths of the votes cast as well as of the shares represented at the meeting approve the resolution. A valid resolution under item 14 (b) alternative (2) above requires a simple majority among the votes cast. Proposals regarding authorisations to acquire and transfer own shares (items 15 (a) – (b) on the agenda) Proposal for resolution on authorisation for the board of directors to resolve on acquisitions of own shares (item 15 (a) on the agenda) The board of directors proposes that the annual general meeting authorises the board to resolve on repurchase of own shares on one or several occasions during the period up to the annual general meeting 2016 in accordance with the following: ·acquisition of own shares shall be made on Nasdaq Stockholm; ·own shares may be acquired to the extent the company’s holdings of own shares in total amounts to no more than one tenth of all shares in the company; ·acquisition of own shares shall be made in cash and at a price within the applicable stock market share price range at the time of the acquisition. The reasons for the proposed authorisation to repurchase own shares are to enable share transfers in accordance with the board’s proposals under 15 (b) below and, hence, to increase the flexibility of the board in connection to potential future corporate acquisitions, and to increase the board’s possibilities to continuously be able to adapt the company’s capital structure, thereby contributing to increased shareholder value. Proposal for resolution on authorisation for the board of directors to resolve on transfers of own shares in connection to corporate acquisitions (item 15 (b) on the agenda) The board of directors proposes that the annual general meeting authorises the board to resolve on transfer of own shares on one or several occasions during the period up to the annual general meeting 2016 in accordance with the following: ·transfer of own shares shall be made either on Nasdaq Stockholm or in another manner; ·transfer of own shares may be made with deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights; ·the maximum number of shares that may be transferred shall be the total number of own shares held by the company at the time of the board’s resolution to transfer the shares; ·transfer of shares shall be made at a price that shall be determined in close connection with the shares’ quoted price at the time of the board’s resolution to transfer the shares; ·payment for the transferred shares may be made in cash, by contribution in kind or by set-off. The reasons for the proposed transfer and for a potential deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights are to increase the flexibility of the board in connection to potential future corporate acquisitions, by facilitating a fast and cost efficient financing thereof. Majority requirements Resolutions passed by the annual general meeting in accordance with the board of director’s proposal under the items 15 (a) – (b) above are valid only when supported by shareholders holding at least two thirds of the votes cast as well as of the shares represented at the meeting. C.         MISCELLANEOUS Documents The accounts and the auditor’s report, together with the auditor’s statement regarding whether the company has complied with the guidelines for remuneration to senior executives in force since the last annual general meeting, will be available at the company and on the company’s website www.haldex.com at the latest as from Tuesday 7 April 2015 and will be sent to shareholders upon request. Copies of the complete proposals of the board of directors and the board of director’s statement pursuant to chapter 18, section 4 and chapter 19, section 22 of the Swedish Companies Act will be available at the company and on the company’s website www.haldex.com at the latest as from Tuesday 7 April 2015 and will be sent to the shareholders upon request. The accounts and the auditor’s report together with the auditor’s statement as set out above, as well as the board’s complete proposals, will also be available at the annual general meeting. Information at the annual general meeting The board of directors and the CEO shall, if any shareholder so requests and the board of directors believes that it can be done without material harm to the company, provide information regarding circumstances that may affect the assessment of an item on the agenda, circumstances that can affect the assessment of the company’s or its subsidiaries’ financial situation and the company’s relation to other companies within the group. Shareholders requiring to submit questions in advance may send them to Anna Ellman, Haldex AB, P.O. Box 507, SE-261 24 Landskrona, Sweden. Shares and votes As per the day of this notice, the number of shares and votes in Haldex totals 44,215,970. Haldex owns 11,705 own shares as per the day of this notice. ------ Landskrona in March 2015Haldex Aktiebolag (publ)The board of directors

Update concerning Danish licences

Stavanger, 23 March 2015: As previously reported, Norwegian Energy Company ASA’s (Noreco) Danish subsidiary was in January prevented from making payments for its share of production costs at the Nini field, and it was consequently in breach of the licence agreement. As this situation was not remedied as of 21 March 2015, the other partners may now claim Noreco’s 30 per cent interest in the licence without any consideration. As part of the negotiations to agree on an overall restructuring proposal for Noreco, a committee of bondholders stated that their consent would require that the costs and cash flows related to Noreco’s operations in Denmark must be improved. Since then Noreco and representatives from the bondholders have been, and still are, in a dialogue with the operators and partners in the licences in order to attempt to come to an amicable solution. This work has so far not resulted in an agreement. The status at the Xana and Cecilie licences in Denmark is similar to that of Nini, albeit the timing is slightly different. Noreco was notified by the licences on 6 February and 3 March respectively that the companies are in breach of licence terms, and that the two licences may be forfeited after 60 days. Consequently, and in accordance with licence agreements, Noreco is currently cut off from any information from the licences, including production data from the Nini and Cecilie fields and drilling progress in the Xana well. The Lulita and Huntington fields owned directly or indirectly by Noreco’s Danish subsidiaries are not affected by the current situation. Contact:investorrelations@noreco.comThis information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section of 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act

EQT Infrastructure Sells Swedegas to Enagás and Fluxys

· EQT Infrastructure has agreed to sell Swedegas to Enagás and Fluxys, two leading European gas transmission companies · Under EQT Infrastructure's ownership, Swedegas has improved its market position through consolidation of the Swedish gas transmission market, through connection of new customers to the network and through growth initiatives such as LNG and biogas · EQT's industrial model and local presence have been the catalysts for Swedegas' transformation EQT Infrastructure Limited ("EQT Infrastructure") has reached a definitive agreement to sell 100% of Swedegas AB ("Swedegas" or "the Company") to a 50-50% consortium of Enagás Internacional S.L.U. ("Enagás"), part of Spain’s leading natural gas transmission company Enagás S.A., and Fluxys Europe B.V. ("Fluxys"), part of Belgium-based fully independent natural gas infrastructure group Fluxys SA. The transaction is expected to close by mid-April. Swedegas was acquired by EQT Infrastructure in February 2010 and is the owner of Sweden’s entire gas transmission network consisting of 601 km of pipelines, extending from Dragör in Denmark to Stenungsund in Sweden. The Company transports approximately 1.2 billion Nm3 of gas annually to distributors and industrial end-users in the southwest region of Sweden. During EQT Infrastructure’s ownership, Swedegas has grown substantially and further improved its position on the Swedish energy market. The Company has, amongst others, secured consolidation of the Swedish gas transmission market, connected new customers to the network and become the Transmission System Operator ("TSO") with responsibility for balancing of the gas transmission system. In addition, Swedegas has strengthened its organization to improve operational excellence and enable further growth. These efforts have resulted in substantial growth in the number of employees of around 60%. Stefan Glevén, Partner at Investment Advisor EQT Partners AB, comments: "It has been a great journey. Since 2010, Swedegas has undergone an extraordinary transformation illustrating the efficiency of EQT’s governance model and industrial approach. With the strong strategic potential of natural gas, LNG and biogas in the energy mix, driven by environmental, cost reduction and energy supply security targets, we believe that Swedegas will continue to benefit from favorable market trends and a new stable regulatory regime. EQT Infrastructure is pleased to sell Swedegas to Enagás and Fluxys, two of the leading European gas transmission companies. We are convinced that these long-term industrial players will carry Swedegas into the next phase of growth." Lars Gustafsson, CEO of Swedegas, adds: "During EQT Infrastructure’s ownership, Swedegas has changed its strategic direction and has a lot of further potential for the future. In addition to having captured several venues of growth, the organization has been greatly strengthened resulting in an increased commercial mindset and operational excellence. We are excited to keep developing the Company together with Enagás and Fluxys and to, amongst others, continue executing on our strategy of building regional grids and LNG terminals across Sweden." Jesús Saldaña, Strategy and Business Development General Manager Enagás comments: "The acquisition of Swedegas is in line with the Enagás’ 2015-2017 Strategic Update. It is within our core business, provides stable and predictable cash flows, fits with the goals of profitability and debt ratios and allows Enagás to participate in all material decisions in a partnership with a high-level player as Fluxys."Walter Peeraer, CEO Fluxys, comments:"Swedegas’ management has a strong track record and Fluxys looks forward to team up and continue the Company’s success. Both Fluxys and Enagás are long-standing LNG infrastructure players and we see great opportunities for sharing knowledge with Swedegas’ highly experienced staff and developing the small-scale LNG market in Sweden." EQT Infrastructure has been advised by Morgan Stanley, Vinge and KPMG. For additional information, please contact: Stefan Glevén, Partner at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to EQT Infrastructure, +1 917 281 0859Kerstin Danasten, EQT Press contact, +46 8 506 55 334Lars Gustafsson, CEO Swedegas, +46 31 439 325 ABOUT EQT EQT is the leading private equity group in Northern Europe, with portfolio companies in Northern and Eastern Europe, Asia and the US with total sales of more than EUR 25 billion and over 550,000 employees. EQT works with portfolio companies to achieve sustainable growth, operational excellence and market leadership. EQT Infrastructure is a EUR 1.2 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. More information can be found on www.eqt.se ABOUT SWEDEGAS Swedegas is the owner of Sweden’s entire gas transmission network consisting of 601 km of pipelines, extending from Dragör in Denmark to Stenungsund in Sweden. Each year, Swedegas transports approximately 1.2 Bn Nm3 of gas to distributors and industrial end-users directly connected to the network. The gas grid supplies natural gas to 33 municipal areas and several combined heat and power plants. Natural gas is also used in 37,000 households and in the transport sector. Recently, Swedegas has also begun to transport biogas in the grid. More information can be found on www.swedegas.se ABOUT ENEGAS AND FLUXYS Enagás is the Technical Manager of the Spanish gas system and the main carrier of natural gas in Spain, where the company owns approximately 11,000 km of pipelines, five regasification plants and three underground storage facilities. Enagás is also present in Mexico, Chile and Peru, and it joined Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, linking Turkey with Italy via Greece and Albania. More information can be found on www.enagas.es Fluxys is a Belgium-based, fully independent gas infrastructure group. The company is a major gas transit operator and its offering combines gas transmission, gas storage and terminalling of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Present in 8 countries, the company focuses on safe, efficient and sustainable operations, quality services in line with market expectations and creating long-term value for its shareholders. Besides its pipeline, storage and LNG terminalling assets in Belgium (owned and operated by NYSE Euronext listed Fluxys Belgium), Fluxys’ partnerships include ownership in the Interconnector and BBL pipelines linking the UK with mainland Europe, the Dunkirk LNG terminal under construction in France, the NEL and TENP pipelines in Germany, the Transitgas pipeline in Switzerland and the TAP pipeline from Turkey to Italy to be constructed so as to bring gas coming from Azerbaijan to Europe. More information can be found on www.fluxys.com

Swedegas to be acquired by Enagás and Fluxys

"With Enagás and Fluxys, Swedegas will have new, strategic owners with similar core operations as ours. They have extensive knowledge of the European gas market and they share our ambition to invest in smart, sustainable energy solutions", said Lars Gustafsson, CEO of Swedegas. The acquisition is described by the consortium as strategically important, and has the potential to unlock synergies. Fluxys owns gas grids in Belgium, Germany and Switzerland and Enagás has operations in Spain and South America. Both companies have invested in LNG terminals, including terminals in Zeebrugge, Dunkirk and Altamira in Mexico. "The Swedish gas market has major development potential. Investing in LNG infrastructure and in regional gas grids to facilitate the transition by the industrial, shipping and transport sectors from oil to gas, are areas in which we have identified significant scope for development”, said Marcelino Oreja, CEO of Enagás. “Swedegas’ management has a strong track record and Fluxys looks forward to team up and continue the company’s success. Both Fluxys and Enagás are long-standing LNG infrastructure players and we see great opportunities for sharing knowledge with Swedegas’ highly experienced staff and developing the small-scale LNG market in Sweden,” said Walter Peeraer, CEO of Fluxys.                                                                                                                                                                                     Strong development Since EQT acquired the company in 2010, Swedegas has undergone a transformation with strong growth. Milestones in the company's history include the acquisition of the branch pipelines from E.ON in 2011. In 2012, the company became TSO (Transmission System Operator) for the Swedish gas market. The following year, the Swedish government appointed Swedegas as the System Balance Administrator for the gas grid. In 2013, Swedegas signed a declaration of intent – the Green Gas Commitment – together with other European grid operators, including Fluxys, to make the transition to a renewable energy system. Swedegas is also one of the initiators behind the national biogas strategy for Sweden. According to Lars Gustafson, CEO of Swedegas, there is a substantial need to invest in the energy infrastructure throughout the whole of Europe. "The projects that we are working on in Sweden will now be put in a broader context where we can identify synergies with Enagás’ and Fluxys’ operations in other European countries". Gothenburg, March 23, 2015 For further information, please contact Saila Horttanainen, Vice President Corporate Communications, Swedegas, +46 70 622 76 06 Lars Gustafsson, CEO, Swedegas, +46 31-43 93 25 Fact file Swedegas Swedegas is an infrastructure company that invests in smart energy systems. The company owns the gas transmission grid, which extends from Dragör in Denmark to Stenungsund in Sweden. Each year, Swedegas transports energy equivalent to 10-15 TWh to distributors and directly connected customers. The gas grid supplies gas to 33 municipal areas and several companies, combined heat and power plants and vehicle fuelling stations. Swedegas is currently investing in the development of an infrastructure for biogas and liquefied natural gas (LNG). Fluxys Fluxys is a Belgium-based, fully independent gas infrastructure group. The company is a major gas transit operator and its offering combines gas transmission, gas storage and terminalling of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Active in eight countries, the company focuses on safe, efficient, sustainable operations, quality services in line with market expectations and the creation of long-term value for its shareholders. Besides its pipeline, storage and LNG terminalling assets in Belgium (owned and operated by NYSE Euronext listed Fluxys Belgium), Fluxys’ partnerships include ownership in the Interconnector and BBL pipelines linking the UK with mainland Europe, the Dunkirk LNG terminal under construction in France, the NEL and TENP pipelines in Germany, the Transitgas pipeline in Switzerland and the TAP pipeline from Turkey to Italy, which will be constructed to bring gas from Azerbaijan to Europe. Enagás                                                                                                                                                                                            Enagás is the Technical Manager of the Spanish gas system and the main carrier of natural gas in Spain, where the company owns approximately 11,000 km of pipelines, five regasification plants and three underground storage facilities. Enagás also has operations in Mexico, Chile and Peru, and it has joined the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, linking Turkey with Italy via Greece and Albania.

OrganoWood signs general agreement with Finnish S-group

OrganoWood AB, a daughter company to OrganoClick AB (publ) and Kvigos AB, supplies and markets since 2012 OrganoWood®- a durable and fire protected wooden material. The wood is a perfect replacement to the standard pressure impregnated wood, treated with heavy metals and biocides and used in e.g. timber decking, fences, etc. The wood is environmentally labeled and is recommended by Swedish ”Byggvarubedömningen”. OrganoWood®-modified wood was 2014 awarded with Nordbyggs gold medal for ”Hottest building material of the year”. The company’s wood protection product is first-in-class to become eco-labeled by the Swedish Society of Nature Conservation as “Good environmental choice”. The S-group is one of Finland’s largest group of specialized stores. The hardware stores in the S-group are divided in the three units Kodin Terra, S-rauta and Rauta-Prisma with a total of 27 stores all over the country. During 2014, test sales were initiated in six stores within the Kodin Terra unit. A general agreement has now been entered with the S-group for reselling of OrganoWood’s products throughout the whole group. ”The general agreement with the S-group is an important step in our Finnish market launch. To have a broad geographical network of resellers in every country is key in order to get a good return on our marketing activities”, says Jens Hamlin, Managing Director at OrganoWood. For more information, please contact: Mårten Hellberg, OrganoClick at marten.hellberg@organoclick.com or 08-684 001 10

SCC Enters Data Telecoms with Fluidata Investment

SCC has entered Data Telecoms following its investment in Fluidata, delivering added Data Centre Services connectivity and capability. The investment is another milestone in the accelerated growth of SCC’s services division – with services turnover alone increasing 25% to £165m by the close of the fiscal. It follows the acquisition of SSE Telecoms’ flagship Hampshire Data Centre earlier this quarter, a second Tier 3+ Data Centre in SCC’s portfolio, alongside its Midlands facilities. SCC witnessed growth of 69% from Data Centre and Cloud services alone last year following a succession of key customer wins including Gist, Aggregate Industries, BOC, IBM, Oxfordshire County Council, CAA and Highways Agency. Fluidata, the Data Delivery Network, is a multi-award-winning business that delivers innovative high speed data connectivity solutions to the corporate, industry and public sectors. It specialises in Layer-2 and Layer-3 delivery using a wide reach of technologies including DSL, EFM, Fibre, VPLS/MPLS, Wireless and unique failover/aggregation technology. James Rigby, Chief Executive of SCC, said of the acquisition: “Fluidata positions SCC at the forefront of Data Centre Services, adding further connectivity and flexibility to our customers. “In addition, this investment provides SCC with access to the Data Telecoms Market, widening SCC’s DCS proposition.” Piers Daniell, Managing Director of Fluidata, commented: “Aligning our business with SCC increases our overall service offering and expands our Data Centre capability while making the most of our diverse connectivity offering. “SCC’s pedigree, leading position and IT portfolio provides our customers with more choice and value. It’s a great match for everyone." ENDS

ATS EUROMASTER FD WINS FINANCIAL DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR AT BUSINESS FINANCE AWARDS

ATS Euromaster Group Finance Director Rachel McMullen has won the UK Finance Director of the Year Award at the Business Finance Awards 2015. McMullen’s achievements for the Birmingham-based company, which has more than 340 centres supplying tyres and vehicle maintenance nationwide, were recognised in the Blue Chip (companies with a turnover greater than £250m) category. The senior finance team was also nominated for the Finance Team of the Year. McMullen says: “I was proud just to be shortlisted, but winning has been fantastic. The financial team at ATS Euromaster has been crucial and through this award I am thrilled that our efforts over the last five years have been recognised.” The judging panel, comprising of senior figures from organisations such as Deloitte, the London School of Economics and Threadneedle Investments bestowed the award on McMullen for both her departmental achievements and her wider impact on ATS Euromaster as a whole. During her tenure as Group FD, she has been responsible for transforming the company’s finances but also for spearheading behavioural change across the business, firmly focusing on ATS Euromaster’s core values of expertise, outstanding customer care, honesty and ease of doing business. Part of this has involved dramatically reducing company costs while simultaneously improving customer care, service and quality. She has also introduced new review processes that have set new standards for the finance team, leading to a strong, trusting relationship between the finance department and the senior ATS Euromaster management team. Peter Allen, Managing Director, ATS Euromaster, says: “Rachel has made a crucial difference to ATS Euromaster and transformed our operations while enabling us to focus on delivering on our customer values. We are immensely proud that her achievements, and the achievements of her team, have been recognised by industry experts and we look forward to her continuing to drive our business to further success for years to come.” ends About ATS Euromaster Birmingham-based ATS Euromaster Ltd (http://www.atseuromaster.co.uk/), part of the Euromaster Group (http://www.euromaster.com/), was established in 1965 and operates approximately 345 centres, more than 820 service vans and employs nearly 2,600 people, providing coverage across Great Britain. It is the country’s largest comprehensive tyre distributor, supplying tyres for cars, vans, trucks, buses/coaches, materials handling equipment, agricultural machinery and construction plant. The company’s expertise also extends to car and van service, maintenance and repair (SMR), including: menu-driven servicing, Class IV & Class VII MoT tests, brakes, batteries, shock absorbers, oil, exhausts, fault diagnostics and air-conditioning servicing. ATS Euromaster is accredited by both safecontractor (http://www.safecontractor.com/) and the Contractors Health and Safety Scheme (http://www.chas.co.uk/) (CHAS) and has been granted a Royal Warrant (http://www.royalwarrant.org/) as tyre specialists to Her Majesty The Queen. It is also an official ‘industry partner’ to the Freight Transport Association’s Van Excellence (http://www.vanexcellence.co.uk/) programme. For further information visit: http://www.atseuromaster.co.uk/business Note to editor: For press information visit ATS Euromaster’s online newsroom (http://news.cision.com/ats-euromaster) or contact James Boley or James Keeler on 020 8647 4467, or by email to james.boley@garnettkeeler.com / james.keeler@garnettkeeler.com. ATS/584/15

BioGaia signs exclusive agreement for oral health products in Mexico

Silanes is one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in Mexico with more than 70 years of experience and worldwide presence. The company is focused on medical prescription products for chronic diseases such as diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Silanes is part of Grupo Silanes with operations centered around two core strategies - innovation and globalization. Diabetics have frequent and serious oral health problems and they are therefore a very important target group for BioGaia’s oral health lozenges. Silanes will market them under its diabetes care brand ProBucal-D. The product contains the patented and well-documented probiotic strain Lactobacillus reuteri Prodentis. Today the lozenges are sold in more than 20 countries. It is estimated that more than 6.4 million Mexicans, or almost a sixth of the adult population, suffer from diabetes, according to the 2012 Mexican National Health and Nutrition Survey (ENSANUT), carried out by the Mexican Ministry of Health. ”Silanes is committed to bringing new knowledge to diabetes doctors in Mexico. BioGaia’s oral health products are backed by an impressive amount of clinical data and will support Silanes’ portfolio of products for the treatment and prevention of diabetes and associated conditions", says Javier Luna, Director, Silanes Nutrition Health. ”Mexico is the country with the sixth highest number of diabetics in the world and diabetes is often associated with oral diseases. With a strong local partner we hope for a successful launch of BioGaia’s oral health products in Mexico”, says Peter Rothschild, President, BioGaia. Latest press releases from BioGaia2015-03-09 BioGaia’s oral health probiotic effective in patients with dental implants2015-02-23 BioGaia subsidiary Infant Bacterial Therapeutics get Orphan Drug Designation in Europe2015-02-12 BioGaia AB – Year-end report 2014 BioGaia has published this information in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was issued for publication on 23 March 2015, 01:00 pm CET.

Cortendo AB Announces Appointments of A. Brian Davis as Chief Financial Officer and Stephen Long as Chief Legal Officer

March 23, 2015 – Göteborg, Sweden and Radnor, Pa., USA -- Cortendo AB (publ) [ticker: CORT on NOTC-A], a global biopharmaceutical company focused on orphan endocrine disorders and other rare diseases, today announced the appointments of A. Brian Davis to the position of chief financial officer (CFO) and Stephen Long to the position of chief legal officer. Mr. Davis and Mr. Long will report to Matthew Pauls, president and chief executive officer, and will join the Company’s management team, effective immediately. “We are pleased to welcome Brian and Stephen to Cortendo’s management team,” said Matthew Pauls, president and chief executive officer of Cortendo. “We believe that their proven leadership experience and extensive expertise within the biopharmaceutical industry will be tremendous assets to Cortendo as we continue to grow into a leading rare disease company.” Mr. Davis has more than 20 years of experience in a broad range of management and financial activities with life sciences companies, including equity and debt financings of approximately $400 million, restructuring activities, and strategic transactions and negotiations involving partnering, licensing, drug discovery and clinical development. Most recently, Mr. Davis served as senior vice president and CFO at Tengion, Inc. He previously worked at Neose Technologies, Inc., where for more than 15 years he held several positions of increasing responsibility, most notably senior vice president and CFO.  Mr. Davis received his B.S. in accounting from Trenton State College and M.B.A. from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Alexander Lindström, who previously served as Cortendo’s CFO, will remain with the Company and serve as vice president, International Finance & Strategy. Mr. Long has more than 20 years of experience managing all aspects of corporate legal matters for publicly-traded, development and commercial-stage life science companies, including corporate governance, transaction structuring and negotiation, complex litigation, compliance initiatives, intellectual property and patent portfolio management, regulatory and clinical matters, as well as public company representation. Most recently, Mr. Long served as an attorney at the law firm of Reed Smith LLP. He previously served at C.R. Bard, Inc., for nearly 12 years in the roles of vice president, general counsel and secretary, and as associate general counsel. Mr. Long also served as assistant general counsel, consumer healthcare, at Warner-Lambert Company, and as counsel for the company’s pharmaceutical division. Mr. Long held positions earlier in his career at the law firm of Willkie Farr & Gallagher and Bankers Trust Company. Mr. Long received his B.S. from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University and J.D. from Albany Law School of Union University. About Cortendo ABCortendo AB is a global biopharmaceutical company incorporated in Sweden and based in the United States. The Company’s strategic focus is to be the global leader in commercializing innovative medicines for orphan endocrine disorders. Cortendo is leading the way in the field of cortisol inhibition through the investigational drug, COR-003 (levoketoconazole), currently being studied in the global Phase 3 SONICS trial for the treatment of Cushing’s syndrome. COR-003 (levoketoconazole) has received orphan designation from both the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Company’s intent is to independently commercialize its Orphan/Endocrine assets in key global markets and partner non-strategic product opportunities, such as diabetes, at relevant development stages. Risk and UncertaintyThe development of pharmaceuticals carries significant risk. Failure may occur at any stage during development and commercialization due to safety or clinical efficacy issues. Delays may occur due to requirements from regulatory authorities, difficulties in recruiting patients into clinical trials due to physician or patient preferences or competing products, not anticipated by the Company. There is no assurance that Cortendo will receive marketing and regulatory approvals necessary to commercialize or produce COR-003 (levoketoconazole) or other products. Regulatory approvals may be denied, delayed, limited or revoked. The commercial success of COR-003 (levoketoconazole), if approved in a territory, cannot be predicted with certainty. In addition, Cortendo may face the risk of interrupted supply of COR-003 for clinical or commercial use from the subcontractors Cortendo has contracted. Cortendo Forward-Looking StatementsThis press release contains forward-looking statements concerning Cortendo that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. All statements other than statements of historical facts included in this press release, including, without limitation, statements regarding the Company's future financial position, strategy, anticipated investments, costs and results, plans, projects to enhance efficiency, outcomes of products development, future capital expenditures, liquidity requirements and objectives of management for future operations, may be deemed to be forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the Company's actual results, performance or achievements or industry results to be materially different from those contemplated, projected, forecasted, estimated or budgeted, whether expressed or implied, by these forward-looking statements. Given these risks and uncertainties, investors should not place any undue reliance on forward-looking statements as a prediction of actual results. None of these forward-looking statements constitutes a guarantee of the future occurrence of such facts and data or of actual results.  These statements are based on data, assumptions and estimates that the Company believes are reasonable. The forward-looking statements contained in this document are made only as of the date hereof. The Company expressly disclaims any obligation or undertaking to release publicly any updates of any forward-looking statements contained in this press release to reflect any change in its actual results, assumptions, expectations or any change in events, factors, conditions or circumstances on which any forward-looking statement contained in this press release is based. # # # Corporate:Alexander LindströmVice President, International Finance & Strategy+1 610-254-9200alindstrom@cortendo.comMedia:Elixir Health Public RelationsLindsay Rocco+1 862-596-1304lrocco@elixirhealthpr.com-or-Melyssa Weible+1 201-723-5805mweible@elixirhealthpr.comSweden:Box 47SE-433 21 PartilleTel. / Fax. +46 (0)31-263010USA:555 East Lancaster Ave.Suite 510Radnor, PA 19087Tel. +1 610-254-9200Fax. +1 610-254-8005

IAR Embedded Workbench supports new Renesas RX71M MCUs targeting the industrial Internet of Things

Uppsala, Sweden—March 23, 2015—IAR Systems® has released version 2.70 of its development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench® for Renesas RX family of MCUs. In addition to new features including position-independent code and data, version 2.70 adds updated device support and example projects for the latest Renesas devices. The support includes the new Renesas RX71M group with advanced security features for the industrial Internet of Things. Renesas’ RX71M group addresses the critical importance of security in embedded design for industrial equipment where connectivity is added to more and more applications. IAR Systems is the only tool vendor to provide high-performance tools for the entire line-up of Renesas MCUs. In total, more than 4,000 Renesas devices, including all RX devices, are supported by IAR Embedded Workbench. With the new version of IAR Embedded Workbench for RX comes the possibility of having the IAR C/C++ Compiler™ generate both position-independent code and/or position-independent data. This feature is ideal for developers using operating systems where modules are built completely position-independent and can be located anywhere in memory. The new version also includes enhancements to the already very efficient code optimization techniques. The optimizations for code size and execution speed provided by the IAR C/C++ Compiler perform on multiple levels, global as well as core/target-specific. The developer is able to tune the optimizations to achieve the best possible configuration for the application at hand. Major functions of the optimizer, such as loop unrolling and function inlining, can be controlled individually, and by setting different optimizations for different parts of the code, the right balance between size and speed can be achieved. Introduced in the C-SPY® Debugger included with IAR Embedded Workbench is functionality for saving C-SPY Watch window content. Also added is an RTOS-awareness plugin for the Quadros RTXC realtime operating system. About IAR Embedded WorkbenchIAR Embedded Workbench for RX includes the IAR C/C++ Compiler, assembler, linker, library tools and the C-SPY Debugger in a user-friendly integrated development environment. It is available in several editions, including a Baseline edition tailored for developers working with the smaller memory RX microcontrollers, and a Functional Safety version with safety-certification from TÜV SÜD according to the requirements of IEC 61508, the international umbrella standard for functional safety, as well as ISO 26262, which is used for automotive safety-related systems. More information about the tools is available at www.iar.com/ewrx. ### Ends Editor's Note: IAR Systems, IAR Embedded Workbench, C-SPY, C-RUN, C-STAT, visualSTATE, Focus on Your Code, IAR KickStart Kit, IAR Experiment!, I-jet, I-jet Trace, I-scope, IAR Academy, IAR, and the logotype of IAR Systems are trademarks or registered trademarks owned by IAR Systems AB. All other products names are trademarks of their respective owners.

Hogarth partners with Ogilvy to form H&O, offering creative production at the heart of a global creative powerhouse

London, 23 March 2015 – Hogarth, a global advertising production agency, today announced a new venture with Ogilvy & Mather. A new company – H&O (http://www.hogarth-ogilvy.com) – will bring together the resources and technology of the world’s leading production agency Hogarth, with the creative powerhouse that is Ogilvy, to form the largest marketing implementation group in the world. Since 2008 Hogarth has challenged traditional advertising implementation models. Hogarth delivers efficiency savings to global brands relating to the production of global advertising campaigns as a result of its specialist production teams, global scale and technology. The creation of H&O will now break down the costly and time-consuming barriers between ideation and realization. “Our latest venture with Ogilvy means we’ll be even better placed to help brands drive the transition from thematic television advertising towards always-on content for social media,” said Barry Jones, CEO, Hogarth Worldwide. “Many brands waste a huge amount of time and effort on production. What’s actually required is a seamless and agile link between creative ideas and efficient delivery. Hogarth has pioneered new ways of working with brands to help them make significant savings. With H&O we can offer seamless integration with creative excellence too.” “With a portfolio focused on children and young adults, all of our content including print, production, post-production and digital, must be delivered with accuracy, while being mindful of local cultural nuances,” said Tim Kilpin, president, chief commercial officer at Mattel. “Hogarth strategically localises our campaigns into 50+ markets globally across broadcast, online and print.” With headquarters in London, H&O will sit alongside Hogarth and have a presence in 33 global Ogilvy offices. Ogilvy’s production unit, RedWorks, will be subsumed into the new entity, providing H&O clients with access to the global networks of both H&O and Hogarth. Clients will benefit from full broadcast and moving image capabilities, on and off-shore production, a market leading language and transcreation service as well as proprietary technology solutions (such as ZONZA – the digital asset management system and I/AM - which allows clients to efficiently centrally manage their global web estate). Hogarth began life in 2008 as a 14-person start-up in an attic room above a shop in London’s Carnaby Street. With an objective to challenge traditional advertising production models, it now has over 1,000 staff with offices in more than 20 countries around the world and has grown to a £150m business. It works with many of the world’s leading brands including Nestlé, Dyson, Mattel and Ford. -ends-

Diaverum launches pilot for patient App

Sydney, Munich, 23 March 2015 – Diaverum, one of the leading renal care providers worldwide, has developed an intuitive patient app to empower patients to take an active role in their health. The d.CARE APP is currently undergoing a pilot phase in Australia. Around 100 patients are testing the tool. “Our aim at Diaverum is to put renal patients in the centre of everything we do and to empower them to get engaged in their treatment, for example with self-care units, patient education programmes and nocturnal dialysis offerings,” says Annette Kumlien, SVP, Chief Operating Officer at Diaverum. “With the new application we are taking this one step further: Patients have their medical data at their fingertips and are thus able to take an active role in their health and well-being.” d.CARE APP gives patients 24-hour access to their medical data. The tool also includes non-medical features to increase the user experience. Patients will, for example, be asked how they are feeling at the same time each day. They can rate their general condition, add notes as to why, and cross-check these daily states against their medical data of the previous months. “By embracing evermore common technologies we are taking a large step forward in empowering our patients and encouraging them to engage in their health,” explains Karla Salt, Vice President Lean Service Operations at Diaverum, who is heading the project. “For example, the user interface has been developed in close cooperation with our patients to ensure that the app is intuitive and easy to handle.” Currently 20 per cent of Australian dialysis patients within Diaverum are testing the app in the pilot phase. The next step will be to further develop and refine the app ahead of roll-out to the other countries in which Diaverum operates kidney centres. d.CARE APP is available exclusively for Diaverum patients and is free of charge.

KeeResources predicts FCA regulations will create downward pressure on disposal values

In its wide-ranging predictions report for the fleet sector for 2015, KeeResources, a leading provider of automotive data to vehicle manufacturers, retailers and the fleet industry, considers that recent Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulations will create downward pressure on fleet disposal values. Chief executive of KeeResources, Denis Keenan said: “The recent Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulations around fair selling will have an impact on RVs in the near to mid-term. Current very high retail and trade values have been supported long-term by profits from finance paper at APR levels which are now deemed as unfair to the consumer. This will restrict the ability of the retail trade to be able to have next-to-no margin in the metal when it suits their marketing purposes. “On the basic assumption that the retail asking prices, already at all-time high values, cannot realistically be raised higher, there will simply have to be more profit in the metal. The effects of this will largely be felt in the three-year-old stock and older, where penetrations of finance have clawed upwards gradually by dint of need. “Younger vehicles have been generally well served by manufacturer captives, and some have already taken fairly aggressive APR-capping measures. This may cost them some volume if other finance sources don't tighten down fairly quickly the APRs they are willing to provide. “As retail values have escalated in the times of short supply, and with a general easing of credit, finance houses have until now been willing to allow high APRs without too much concern. However, this will have to change to meet FCA requirements. “Our opinion is that while large swathes of the retail motor industry have recognised the legislation, the activity to control APRs to genuinely FCA ‘fair’ levels indicates that no more than lip-service has been paid to it to date, and that, for some, it will take a while to convert their businesses out of an underlying dependency on finance profit. “The short term route will be to keep those finance sources, who haven't capped to any significant degree, sweet. This would see finance margins at current levels for as long as possible, and as the FCA is operating on a light-touch basis, at least initially, there is some time yet for a few to test the boundaries. Nonetheless, this will create some downward RV pressure for sure. “Our opinion is that with the various timings for compliance going out some months, we will not see undue downward pressure until very late on in the year, if at all in 2015.The recent parliamentary attention on the ‘rent to own’ sector may also prove a distraction for the FCA, which may buy some extra time for those with a higher dependency on finance margin. Extra time is all, though; there is an inevitability that ‘acceptable’ financing behaviours will become the norm ongoing.” A fully copy of KeeResource’s market predictions for the fleet sector 2015 is available for download from: http://www.keeresources.co.uk/uk-car-market-predictions-for-2014-into-2015/

SEQR launches in France

The technology behind SEQR enables merchants to lower the interchange fees significantly compared to those charged by traditional card companies. Also for consumers, it is cheaper to use mobile payment. SEQR refunds up to 3 percent cashback on all purchases made with the service. With SEQR, consumers can also transfer money between each other without any cost. The feature works across national borders, which means that users in France for example, can transfer money free of charge, to any other user within the same currency area where SEQR is established. In several of the markets, Seamless and SEQR are the first company to launch this type of service. Cross currency money transfers will be available later on 2015. - We want to be the world's smartest mobile payment service and we aim to make life easier for our users. Being able to quickly transfer money between each other is something that has been very popular in Sweden, and we are pleased to offer this, and all our other services, in even more countries, says Peter Fredell, CEO of Seamless. The mobile service SEQR works both in stores and online, but also by the service SEQR Shop Spot, which basically turns everything to a possible sales channel, by scanning a QR code from any surface. This can be done through an ad, digital banner, a physical product or a TV commercial.SEQR will work in France from today and consumers can from the start buy products from several well-known brands through SEQR Shop Spot. The roll out in France now continues indefinitely by connecting more and more physical stores and online retailers to SEQR. For more information: Jonas Larsson, press contact SEQR +46 70 108 86 68, jonas.larsson@seamless.se Peter Fredell, CEO Seamless +46 8 564 878 00, peter.fredell@seamless.se This information is such information that Seamless Distribution AB (publ) is required to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instrument Trading Act. The information was released for publication on 24 March 2015 at 07.50 am (CET). ABOUT SEQR, by SeamlessSEQR (se·cure) is Europe’s most used mobile payment solution in stores and online. SEQR enables anybody with a smartphone to pay in stores, at restaurants, parking lots and online, transfer money at no charge, connect loyalty programs, store receipts digitally and receive offers and promotions directly through one mobile app. Through the SEQR app, the user simply scans or taps a QR-code/NFC at check-out and approves the purchase by entering a PIN code. Fast, smooth and safe, SEQR’s payment solution enables merchants to lower interchange fees significantly compared to those charged by traditional card companies. SEQR’s unique transaction platform has been developed by Seamless, one of the world’s largest suppliers of payment systems for mobile phones. Founded in 2001 and active in 26 countries, Seamless handles more than 3, 1 billion transactions annually through 525 000 active sales outlets. 6 200 merchants have chosen SEQR including the largest grocery chains, fast food chains and national retailer chains in the markets where SEQR is established. Currently SEQR is established in Sweden, Finland, Romania, Belgium, Portugal, Netherlands, Germany, Spain and France. In 2013, SEQR won the Mobile Money Global Award for Best Mobile Money Deployment in Europe. Seamless is traded on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, under the SEAM ticker. www.seqr.com

Introducing the world’s first Big Mac lifestyle collection

During today’s fashion show at the Gallerian Shopping Mall in Stockholm – the McWalk – the world’s first Big Mac lifestyle collection is presented, introducing a completely new line with the Big Mac pattern. The collection has been developed following the success with the Big Mac Thermals that was created as part of McDonald’s Sweden’s sponsorship of the Swedish Alpine and Cross country Ski Team. The thermals resulted in immediate positive response and a major request from fans all over. – We know that people love Big Mac, so we decided to celebrate the love for Big Mac by holding a fashion show, McWalk. Big Mac is Sweden’s and the world’s most favorite hamburger and for the fans who love what they see on the cat walk, many of the products can be purchased in the bigmacshop.se, says Jeff Jackett, Director of Marketing with McDonald’s Sweden. The Big Mac lifestyle collection is a limited edition and sold exclusively on bigmacshop.se (http://www.bigmacshop.com). The Big Mac Thermals, Big Mac Wallpaper and Big Mac Bed Sheets are available now. The Big Mac Raincoat, Big Mac Wellingtons and Big Mac Dog Coat will be available later on. Surplus from the sales is given to Ronald McDonald House Charities. The McWalk fashion show in Stockholm is part of a global initiative by McDonald’s – imlovinit24. With the initiative, McDonald’s Sweden hope to both surprise and spread joy in an unexpected way. The McWalk fashion show in Stockholm is the 18th in a list of 24 events all over the world. – At McDonald’s, the customer experience is the focus of everything we do. Today, through imlovinit24, we’re focusing on the fun of our brand and uniting and engaging with customers in something truly positive: sharing 24 gifts of joy to millions of people around the world in 24 hour, says Jeff Jackett. Sydney, Australia, got imlovinit24 activities off to a great start with a gigantic ball pit shaped like a vast coffee cup. Everybody who took part was offered free coffee. Other global activities included a pyjama party in Italy, where guests wearing their pyjamas were given free breakfast for 24 days. In Brazil, guests were given coupons made of ice which they could redeem until they melted. Special bicycle McDrives were organised in Denmark, called Bike Thru. This worldwide initiative will end with a free concert in the USA, presenting world-famous R&B artiste Ne-Yo performing the song Every Day with Love, which has crowd sourced lyrics written by fans. You can follow imlovinit24 during the day at imlovinit24.com, where guests all over the world can view the various activities from other world cities. Where: The Gallerian Shopping Mall, Hamngatan 37, Stockholm, Sweden When: 3 PM, 4 PM and 5 PM.

H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB Three-month report

First quarter (1 December 2014 — 28 February 2015) · Well-received collections for all brands in the H&M group resulted in good sales and increased market share. The H&M group’s sales including VAT increased in local currencies by 15 percent during the first quarter. Converted into SEK, sales excluding VAT amounted to SEK 40,276 m (32,143), an increase of 25 percent. · Gross profit increased by 26 percent to SEK 22,213 m (17,641), which corresponds to a gross margin of 55.2 percent (54.9). · Profit after financial items increased by 35 percent to SEK 4,723 m (3,486). · The group’s profit after tax increased to SEK 3,613 m (2,649), corresponding to SEK 2.18 (1.60) per share, an increase of 36 percent. · H&M’s first store in Taipei, Taiwan, was very well received on its opening in mid-February. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- · Sales in the period 1 March – 21 March 2015 increased by 9 percent in local currencies compared to the same period last year. · The H&M group plans a net addition of around 400 new stores for the financial year 2014/2015. New markets for store expansion in 2015 are, Taiwan, which opened in February, Peru and Macau which will open towards the end of the first half-year, and South Africa and India, which will open during the second half-year. · Nine new online markets will open in 2015: Portugal, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Belgium will open during the spring and Switzerland will open in the autumn.  Comments by Karl-Johan Persson, CEO“We have made a very good start to 2015 – in terms of both sales and profits. Our attractive customer offering and strong expansion both through stores and online, as well as our work on continuous improvement, are among the reasons for increased market share gains and good profits. During the first quarter we increased sales by 15 percent in local currencies and by25 percent in SEK compared to the corresponding quarter last year. Profit after financial items increased by 35 percent to more than SEK 4.7 billion. We achieved this strong increase despite our continued long-term investments within areas such as online and IT with the aim of building an even stronger H&M for the future. It is very important to always be able to meet customers’ shopping demands and expectations in the fast digitalising development that is taking place in the retail market. Already during the spring, we are opening eight new H&M online markets: Portugal, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Belgium. During the autumn we will also open our online store in Switzerland. In February we opened in our latest store market, Taiwan, where we have had a very good reception since opening our first H&M store in Taipei. The next market in line is Peru, where we plan to open our first H&M store during the spring in Lima. In Macau in Asia we plan to open the first H&M store in the summer and an additional store will open later in 2015. Another example of an exciting upcoming opening is our new flagship store on Herald Square in New York, which will be one of our largest stores in the group with an area of 5,700 square metres in total. So we have many interesting openings to look forward to – both as regards stores and online. In total, we plan to open 400 new stores net and nine new online markets this year, enabling us to reach more and more customers every day. At the same time as this expansion is going ahead, we are continuing to broaden our product range and to develop further our various other brands COS, & Other Stories, Monki, Weekday and Cheap Monday, which are all becoming more and more established in the world of fashion. H&M Sport and our extended shoe range have been well received, and we will now launch them in more stores. And in the autumn we are looking forward to offering our customers our latest initiative, H&M Beauty – our new beauty concept that will be launched in an inspiring shopping environment which will further strengthen our customer offering. As a part of our sustainability work we will shortly be launching our “H&M Conscious Exclusive” collection in 200 selected stores and online. We have set high sustainability goals; over the two last years, for example, we have almost doubled the share of more sustainable cotton used in our product range. If you want to know more about our sustainability work, our latest sustainability report “H&M Conscious Actions Sustainability Report 2014” will be available on hm.com as of 9 April. As mentioned, the year has got off to a very good start and we have great faith in our offering. Although the strong US dollar will affect our sourcing costs going forward, we will make sure that we always have the best customer offering in each individual market.” The information in this interim report is that which H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ) is required to disclose under Sweden’s Securities Market Act. It will be released for publication at 8.00 (CET) on 24 March 2015. This interim report, and other information about H&M, is available at www.hm.com Contact persons Nils Vinge, IR +46-8-796 52 50Karl-Johan Persson, CEO         +46-8-796 55 00 (switchboard)Jyrki Tervonen, CFO +46-8-796 55 00 (switchboard)         H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ)SE-106 38 StockholmPhone: +46-8-796 55 00, Fax: +46-8-24 80 78, E-mail: info@hm.comRegistered office: Stockholm, Reg. No. 556042-7220 H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ) was founded in Sweden in 1947 and is quoted on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The company’s business concept is to offer fashion and quality at the best price. In addition to H&M, the group includes the brands COS, Monki, Weekday, Cheap Monday, & Other Stories as well as H&M Home. The H&M group has more than 3,500 stores in 57 markets including franchise markets. In 2014, sales including VAT amounted to more than SEK 176.6 billion and the number of employees was more than 132,000. For further information, visit www.hm.com.

Notice of Annual General Meeting in Atlas Copco AB

RegistrationShareholders, intending to participate in the Meeting, must-       be recorded in the register of shareholders kept by Euroclear Sweden AB (“Euroclear”) on Wednesday April 22, 2015, and-       notify the Company in writing of their intent to participate in the Meeting no later than Wednesday April 22, 2015, to the registration address Atlas Copco AB, Box 7835, SE-103 98 Stockholm, or by telephone +46 8 402 90 43 work days between 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. or on the Company’s website www.atlascopco.com/agm Please see the full Notice below, or visit www.atlascopco.com/agm. For more information please contact:Håkan Osvald, Senior Vice President, General Counsel+46 8 743 8995Ola Kinnander, Media Relations Manager+46 8 743 8060 or +46 70 347 2455media@se.atlascopco.comAtlas Copco discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act.Atlas Copco is a world-leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions. The Group serves customers with innovative compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. Atlas Copco develops products and service focused on productivity, energy efficiency, safety and ergonomics. The company was founded in 1873, is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a global reach spanning more than 180 countries. In 2014, Atlas Copco had revenues of BSEK 94 (BEUR 10.3) and more than 44 000 employees. Learn more at www.atlascopco.com. Notice of Annual General Meeting Atlas Copco AB The Shareholders of Atlas Copco AB (the “Company”) are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting (the “Meeting”) Tuesday April 28, 2015 at 4.00 p.m. (CEST) at Aula Magna, Stockholm University, Frescativägen 6, Stockholm, Sweden. Registration starts at 2.30 p.m. RegistrationShareholders, intending to participate in the Meeting, must-                 be recorded in the register of shareholders kept by Euroclear Sweden AB (“Euroclear”) on Wednesday April 22, 2015, and-                 notify the Company in writing of their intent to participate in the Meeting no later than Wednesday April 22, 2015, to the registration address Atlas Copco AB, Box 7835, SE-103 98 Stockholm, or by telephone +46 8 402 90 43 work days between 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. or on the Company’s website www.atlascopco.com/agm Shareholders whose shares are held in trust by a bank or other trustee must temporarily register their shares in their own names in the register of shareholders of Euroclear to be able to participate in the Meeting. Such temporary registration must be recorded by Wednesday April 22, 2015. Shareholders should notify their trustees/banks well in advance of this date. Shareholders who are represented by a proxy holder shall submit a proxy. A proxy form is available on www.atlascopco.com/agm. The Company will also send a proxy form to those Shareholders who so request. Representatives of legal entities must be able to present a copy of the registration certificate or other similar authorization document to support the proxy. Please send such proxies and other authorization documents to the Company well in advance to ease the registration process at the Meeting. Personal data obtained from notifications, proxies and the register of shareholders kept by Euroclear will solely be used for the necessary registration and preparation of the voting list for the Meeting. Entrance cards will be sent to the Shareholders who have notified their intention to participate. The proceedings will be simultaneously translated into English. Electronic devices for voting will be used to some extent. The President & CEO’s speech will after the Meeting be available on the Company’s website www.atlascopco.com/agm. Proposed agenda 1. Opening of the Meeting and election of Chair 2. Preparation and approval of voting list 3. Approval of agenda 4. Election of one or two persons to approve the minutes 5. Determination whether the Meeting has been properly convened 6. Presentation of the Annual Report and the Auditor’s Report as well as the Consolidated Annual Report and the Consolidated Auditor’s Report 7. The President & CEO’s speech and questions from Shareholders to the Board of Directors and the Management 8. Decisionsa) regarding approval of the Profit and Loss Account and the Balance Sheet and the Consolidated Profit and Loss Account and the Consolidated Balance Sheetb) regarding discharge from liability of the Board members and the President & CEOc) regarding the allocation of the Company’s profit according to the approved Balance Sheetd) regarding record date for dividend 9. Determination of the number of Board members and deputy members and auditors and deputy auditors or registered auditing company10. Election of Board members and of Chair of the Board and auditors and deputy auditors or registered auditing company11. Determining the remuneration, in cash or partially in the form of synthetic shares, to the Board of Directors and the remuneration to its committees and remuneration to the auditors or registered auditing company12. The Board’s proposals regardinga) guiding principles for the remuneration of senior executivesb) a performance based personnel option plan for 201513. The Board’s proposal regarding mandates toa) acquire series A shares related to personnel option plan for 2015b) acquire series A shares related to remuneration in the form of synthetic sharesc) transfer series A shares related to personnel option plan for 2015d) sell series A shares to cover costs related to synthetic shares to Board memberse) sell series A and B shares to cover costs in relation to the performance based personnel option plans for 2010, 2011 and 201214. The Board’s proposal regarding a share split and mandatory share redemption, including:a)  share split 2:1b)  reduction of the share capital through redemption of shares of series A and series B, andc)  increase of the share capital through a bonus issue without issuance of new shares15. The Board’s proposal to change the articles of association16. Closing of the Meeting Item 8 c) and d) - The Board of Directors’ proposals regarding dividend and record dateThe Board proposes that the dividend for 2014 is decided to be SEK 6 per share to be paid in two equal instalments of SEK 3. The record date for the first instalment is proposed to be April 30, 2015 and for the second instalment October 30, 2015. If the Meeting decides as proposed, the first instalment is expected to be distributed by Euroclear on May 6, 2015 and the second instalment on November 4, 2015. Item 1, 9 and 10 - Proposals from the Nomination Committee regarding Chair of the Meeting, number of Board members, Chair, and other Board members and registered auditing companyThe Nomination Committee, consisting of Petra Hedengran, the Chair of the Nomination Committee, Investor AB, Jan Andersson, Swedbank Robur Fonder, Ramsay Brufer, Alecta and Hans Ek, SEB fonder, who together represent more than 30% of the total number of votes in the Company, as well as Hans Stråberg, the Chair of the Board, propose as follows:Item 1: That Hans Stråberg is elected Chair of the Meeting.Item 9: That nine Board members be elected. That one registered auditing company be elected.Item 10: That the following Board members are re-elected: Staffan Bohman, Johan Forssell, Ronnie Leten, Ulla Litzén, Gunilla Nordström, Hans Stråberg, Anders Ullberg, Peter Wallenberg Jr and Margareth Övrum. That Hans Stråberg is elected Chair of the Board. That Deloitte AB is re-elected as the auditing company.Information regarding all proposed Board members is available on www.atlascopco.com/agm Item 11 – Proposal from the Nomination Committee regarding remuneration to the Board of Directors and for committee work and audit feeRemuneration of SEK 1,900,000 (1,900,000) to the chair and SEK 600,000 (570,000) to each of the other seven Board members not employed by the Company. To the chair of the Audit Committee SEK 225,000 (225,000) and SEK 150,000 (150,000) to the other members of this committee. Unchanged remuneration of SEK 60,000 to each of the members of the Remuneration Committee and remuneration of SEK 60,000 to each Board member who, in addition to the above, participates in a committee in accordance with a decision of the Board of Directors. Reflecting the ambition to further enhance the interest for the long term development of the Company, the Nomination Committee proposes that each nominated Board member shall have the possibility to choose between receiving 50% of the remuneration in the form of synthetic shares and the rest in cash and to receive the whole remuneration in cash.   The Board proposes that the obligation of the Company to pay an amount corresponding to the synthetic shares as described above shall be hedged through the purchase of own series A shares. Repurchased shares can be sold on the market in connection with the payment to the Board member in compliance with a request for mandate. The economic difference for the Company if all Board members choose to receive a part of their fee in the form of synthetic shares compared to receive the whole remuneration in cash is assessed to be very limited due to the hedging. Audit fee is proposed to be as per approved invoice. Item 12 – The Board’s proposals regarding:a) guiding principles for the remuneration of senior executivesb) a performance based personnel option plan for 2015 12 a) guiding principles for the remuneration of senior executivesThe term “senior executives” covers the President & CEO and the other eight members in the Group management team.The proposal of the Board for 2015, is as follows:The remuneration to the senior executives shall consist of a base salary, variable compensation, long term incentive programs, pension premium and additional benefits. For expatriates certain other benefits apply in compliance with the Company’s Conditions for Expatriate Employees.The base salary reflects the position, qualification and individual performance.The size of the variable compensation depends on the extent to which predetermined quantitative and qualitative goals are met. The variable compensation is limited to a maximum of 80% of the base salary for the President & CEO, to 60% for the Business Area Executives and to 50% for the other senior executives.Pension premiums are paid in accordance with a premium based plan within a range of 25-35% of the base salary, depending on age. Additional benefits consist of company car and private health insurance.In case of termination of employment of a senior executive by the Company, the compensation can amount to a maximum of 24 months base salary and a minimum of 12 months base salary depending on age, length of employment and possible income from other economic activity or employment. The Board reserves the right to deviate from these guiding principles if special reasons for such deviation exist in an individual case. 12 b) a performance based personnel option plan for 2015In the opinion of the Board it is important, and it is also in the best interest of the Shareholders, that key personnel in Atlas Copco have a long term interest in a good value development of the shares of the Company and align their performance in a manner that enhances such a development. In particular this applies to the group of key personnel that consists of the senior executives and the division presidents. It is also the assessment of the Board that a share related option program increases the attractiveness of Atlas Copco on the global market and enhances the possibility to recruit and keep key personnel in the Group.Scope and main principlesGrantingThe Board asks for the right to decide on the issuing of performance stock options that can give a maximum of 335 key personnel in the Group the possibility to acquire a maximum of 3,651,055 series A shares.IssuingThe issuing is dependent on the value increase of the Group expressed as Economic Value Added during 2015. In an interval of SEK 2,000,000,000 the issue varies linear from zero to 100% of the maximum number. The size of the plan and the limits of the interval have been established by the Board and are compatible with the goals in the long term business plan of the Company.The issue of performance stock options is maximized to the following number per person within the respective key group:category 1 – the President & CEO: 180,878 (113,013) optionscategory 2 – Business Area Executives (4): 29,534 (38,527) optionscategory 3 – other members of the Group management and division presidents (27): 19,379 (25,684) optionscategory 4 – other key personnel (303): 9,336 (12,131) optionsThe Board shall decide which persons shall be included in category 4 based on position, qualification and individual performance. The issuing of options will take place not later than March 20, 2016.The Board shall have the right to introduce an alternative incentive plan for key personnel in such countries where the granting of options is not feasible. Such alternative incentive solutions (SAR) shall, to the extent possible, have terms and conditions corresponding to the ones applicable to the performance stock option plan.The term of the performance stock optionsThe term of the options shall be five years from the date of granting. The options are not transferable.ExerciseThe options are exercisable earliest three years from granting. The right to exercise only applies during the period a person is deemed employed.Exercise priceThe exercise price shall be set to an amount corresponding to 110% of the average of the closing rates at Nasdaq Stockholm of series A shares during a period of ten business days next following the date of the publishing of the full-year summary for 2015.  Maximized outcomeA single payment/assignment of shares under the stock option plan can never exceed four times the value of the exercise price.RecalculationIn case there should be a decision at an AGM regarding, for example, a reduction or increase of outstanding shares or a dividend beyond the dividend policy of the Company a recalculation can take place to preserve the value of the options.A decision regarding such recalculation shall be taken by the Board.Theoretical Value for the RecipientA theoretical value on a personnel option has been established based on the Black & Scholes model for valuating options. As a base for the calculation, among other factors, a share price of SEK 253.16 and an expected volatility of 30% have been used. The theoretical value is calculated to amount to SEK 38.70 per personnel option or in total a maximum of SEK 141,295,829 (134,983,687) for the whole plan.Requirement for senior executives and division presidents regarding own investmentAs prerequisite for the participation of the senior executives and division presidents (32 persons) in the personnel stock option plan 2015 applies that they have invested a maximum of 10% of their respective base salary for 2015, before tax, in series A shares of the Company (20% for expatriates with net salary). The investment may be in cash or by pre-owned shares, however, not by shares that are obtained as part of the participation in the stock option plan for 2013 and 2014.The participation in the plan corresponds proportionally to the investment made. Those who have chosen to invest in series A shares will get, in addition to the proportional participation in the plan, the right to acquire, three years after the investment year, the number of shares (matching shares) that corresponds to the number of shares acquired under 2015 at a price of 75% of the market value upon which the exercise price for the shares in the 2015 plan was based, subject to continued employment and continued ownership of the shares. If the number of the acquired shares has been reduced, the right to matching shares is reduced on a share by share basis.The theoretical value for this is calculated to be SEK 68.30 per matching share or in total approximately SEK 2,608,719.Delivery of sharesThe personnel options shall give the right to acquire already issued series A shares. Item 13 – The Board’s proposal regarding mandates to:a) acquire series A shares related to personnel option plan for 2015b) acquire series A shares related to remuneration in the form of synthetic sharesc) transfer series A shares related to personnel option plan for 2015d) sell series A shares to cover costs related to synthetic shares to Board memberse) sell series A and B shares to cover costs in relation to the performance based personnel option plans for 2010, 2011 and 2012 In order for the resolutions by the Meeting in accordance with 13 a), b), d) and e) above to be adopted, the resolutions must be supported by Shareholders holding at least two-thirds of the votes cast as well as of the shares represented at the Meeting. In order for the resolution by the Meeting in accordance with 13 c) above to be adopted, the resolution must be supported by Shareholders holding at least nine tenths of both the votes cast as well as of the shares represented at the Meeting. Should majority votes not be achieved, the intention of the Company is to hedge the financial exposure in connection with the 2015 personnel option plan and secure delivery of shares by entering into an equity swap agreement with a financial institution. The Board proposes that the Board is granted the mandate until the next Annual General Meeting to decide, on one or more occasions, on the acquisition of shares in the Company as follows:1. Acquisition of not more than 3,800,000 series A shares2. The shares may only be acquired on Nasdaq Stockholm3. The shares may only be acquired at a price per share within the registered trading interval, at any given point in time.The acquisition is made with the intention to limit the economic risk caused by an increase of the share value during the period the performance stock options remain outstanding, to be able to fulfil future delivery obligations under personnel option and matching share agreements, to cover alternative solutions and cash settlements as well as to cover, primarily, social charges.   13 b) acquire series A shares related to remuneration in the form of synthetic sharesThe Board proposes that the Board is granted the mandate until the next Annual General Meeting to decide, on one or more occasions, on the acquisition of shares in the Company as follows:1. Acquisition of not more than 70,000 series A shares2. The shares may only be acquired on Nasdaq Stockholm3. The shares may only be acquired at a price per share within the registered trading interval, at any given point in time.The acquisition is made with the intention to hedge the obligation of the Company to pay remuneration, including social charges, to a Board member who has chosen to receive 50% of the remuneration in synthetic shares. 13 c) transfer series A shares related to personnel option plan for 2015The Board further proposes that the Meeting decides to transfer shares in the Company in relation to the Company’s personnel option plan 2015, including the share saving/matching share part, according to the following:1. A maximum of 3,500,000 series A shares may be transferred. Right to acquire shares is to be granted the persons participating in the Company’s proposed performance stock option plan 2015, with a right for each participant to acquire the maximum number of shares stipulated in the terms and conditions of this plan. The participant’s right to acquire shares is conditional upon all terms and conditions of the Company’s performance stock option plan 2015 being fulfilled. Shares are to be transferred on the terms and conditions stipulated by the plan, meaning inter alia, that what is stated therein regarding price and time during which the participants are to be entitled to use their right to acquire shares is also applicable to the transfer. Participants are to pay for the shares within the time and on the terms stipulated in the performance stock option plan 2015.2. With respect to the number of shares that may be transferred under the Company’s performance stock option plan, customary terms for recalculation as a result of bonus issue, share split, rights issues and similar measures apply in accordance with the terms and conditions of the plan. As reason for the deviation from the Shareholders’ right of first refusal and as the base for the transfer price in connection with the transfer of own shares, the Board states that the transfer of own shares is a part of the proposed performance stock option plan for 2015. 13 d) sale of series A shares to cover costs related to synthetic shares to Board membersThe Board proposes that the Board is granted the mandate until the next Annual General Meeting to decide, on one or more occasions, to sell not more than 30,000 series A shares in the Company to cover the costs of giving a counter value of earlier issued synthetic shares and to, primarily, cover social charges. Shares proposed to be sold were acquired based on mandates given at the Annual General Meeting each respective year to acquire the share for the stated purpose. The sale shall take place on Nasdaq Stockholm at a price within the registered price interval at any given time. As reason for the deviation from the Shareholders’ right of first refusal and as the base for the price in connection with the sale of own shares, the Board states that the sale of own shares is a part of the previously adopted decision regarding synthetic shares to the Board. 13 e) sale of series A and B shares to cover costs in relation to the performance based personnel option plans for 2010, 2011 and 2012The Board proposes that the Board is granted the mandate until the next Annual General Meeting to sell, at one or more occasions, a maximum of 8,100,000 series A and B shares, in connection with the exercise of rights under the above mentioned performance stock option plans and related costs in order to cover costs, primarily cash settlements in Sweden, SAR and social costs. Shares proposed to be sold were acquired each respective year based on mandate given at that year’s Annual General Meeting to acquire the shares for the stated purpose. The sale shall take place on Nasdaq Stockholm at a price within the registered price interval at any given time. As reason for the deviation from the Shareholders’ right of first refusal and as the base for the price in connection with the sale of own shares, the Board states that the sale of own shares is an integrated part of the previously adopted performance stock option plans. Due to current legislation, this has to be re-approved annually. Item 14 - The Board’s proposal regarding a share split and mandatory share redemption, including a) share split 2:1, b) reduction of the share capital through redemption of shares of series A and series B, and c) increase of the share capital through a bonus issue without issuance of new shares BackgroundAtlas Copco has generated significant operating cash flows in recent years. Consequently, the Company has a strong financial position. In order to adjust the Group’s balance sheet to a more efficient structure and, at the same time, maintain the financial flexibility for further growth, the Board proposes to the Meeting a mandatory share redemption, by a so called share split of 2:1, whereby each existing share will be split into two shares. One of those shares will automatically be redeemed at SEK 6 per share. This corresponds to a total redemption amount of SEK 7,302,391,548 which the Shareholders will receive in addition to the proposed ordinary dividend of SEK 6 per share. The Board also propose that, in order to quickly and efficiently transfer the redemption amount to the Shareholders, the share capital of the Company is increased by SEK 393,004,095 by way of a bonus issue. In view hereof, the Board proposes that the Meeting resolves in accordance with the following proposal. 14 a) Share split 2:1The Board proposes that the Meeting resolves to change the quota value of the share (the share capital divided by the number of shares) by way of a share split, so that each existing share (irrespective of the series of shares) is divided into two shares, of which one is to be referred to as redemption share in the VPC-system and be redeemed in the manner described under b) below. The suggested record day at Euroclear for the share split is May 18, 2015. The last trading day for the Company’s shares including the right to receive redemption shares will therefore be May 13, 2015 and the first trading day for the Company’s shares excluding the right to receive redemption shares will be May 15, 2015. After the share split, the number of shares in the Company will increase from 1,229,613,104 to 2,459,226,208, of which 1,678,788,192 are series A shares and 780,438,016 are series B shares, each share with a quota value of approximately SEK 0.3196. 14 b) Reduction of the share capital through redemption of shares of series A and series BThe Board proposes that the Meeting resolves that the Company’s share capital shall be reduced by SEK 393,004,095 (the reduction amount) for repayment to the Shareholders and for transfer to the non-restricted equity, to the extent that the reduction of the share capital is implemented by way of redemption of shares held by the Company. The reduction will be made by way of redemption of 1,229,613,104 shares, of which 839,394,096 series A shares and 390,219,008 series B shares. The shares so redeemed shall be those shares that, after the share split in accordance with item a) above, are referred to as redemption shares in the VPC-system, whereby the record day for the right to receive redemption shares according to a) above is to be May 18, 2015.Trading in the redemption shares is estimated to take place as from May 19, 2015 up to and including June 9, 2015. For each redeemed share (irrespective of the series of shares) a redemption amount of SEK 6 will be paid, of which approximately SEK 5.68 exceeds the quota value of the share. However, no payment is to be made in respect of redeemed shares held by the Company. The total redemption amount is calculated to an amount of SEK 7,302,391,548. In addition to the reduction amount, a total estimated amount of SEK 6,909,387,453 will be distributed, by use of the Company’s non-restricted equity. The suggested record date for the right to receive the redemption amount isJune 11, 2015. Payment of the redemption amount is estimated to be made by Euroclear onJune 16, 2015. Following the reduction, the Company’s share capital will amount to SEK 393,004,095 divided on, in total 1,229,613,104 shares, of which 839,394,096 are series A shares and 390,219,008 are series B shares, each share with a quota value of approximately SEK 0.3196. Apart from the reduction of the share capital, the Company’s restricted shareholders’ equity will not be affected. In its statement pursuant to Chapter 20, Section 13, fourth paragraph of the Swedish Companies Act, the Board states the following. The resolution on reduction of the share capital by redemption of shares according to b) above may be implemented without obtaining the Swedish Companies Registration Office’s or a general court’s permission, since the Company at the same time implements a bonus issue according to c) below, as a measure whereby that neither the Company’s restricted shareholders’ equity, nor its share capital will be reduced. The effect of the reduction of the share capital and the bonus issue on the Company’s restricted shareholders’ equity and the share capital is presented, as concerns the reduction, in the preceding paragraph and, as concerns the bonus issue, in c) below. 14 c) Increase of the share capital through a bonus issue without issuance of new sharesThe Board further proposes that the Meeting resolves that the Company’s share capital is increased by way of a bonus issue of SEK 393,004,095 to SEK 786,008,190, by a transfer of SEK 393,004,095 from the Company’s non-restricted equity. No new shares are to be issued in connection with the bonus issue. The number of shares in the Company will, after implementation of the increase of the share capital, be 1,229,613,104, of which 839,394,096 are series A shares and 390,219,008 are series B shares, each share with a quota value of approximately SEK 0.6392. The resolutions by the Meeting in accordance with a) – c) above are conditional upon each other and shall therefore be resolved upon as one resolution. In order for the resolution by the Meeting to be valid, the resolution must be supported by Shareholders holding at least two thirds of the votes cast as well as the shares represented at the Meeting. Finally, the Board proposes that the Meeting gives the President & CEO mandate to make minor adjustments regarding the resolutions in this item 14, which may be required to register the Shareholders’ decisions with the Swedish Companies Registration Office and Euroclear. Item 15 - The Board’s proposal to change the articles of associationIn order to add possible locations to hold General Meetings of Shareholders, the Board proposes that the Meeting resolves to change the first sentence of § 10 in the articles of association from “General Meeting of Shareholders shall be held in Stockholm or Nacka.” to “General Meeting of Shareholders shall be held in either of the following municipalities: Stockholm, Nacka, Danderyd, Huddinge, Sollentuna, Solna or Sundbyberg.” Shares and VotesThe Company has issued in total 1,229,613,104 shares of which 839,394,096 are series A shares and 390,219,008 are series B shares. On March 24, 2015 out of such shares the Company holds 12,046,467 series A shares and 501,379 series B shares. Series A shares have one vote and series B shares have one tenth of a vote whereas the non-represented shares held by the Company corresponds to 12,096,604.9 If a Shareholder so requires and the Board believes that the information can be given without causing harm to the Company, the Board and the President & CEO shall give information regarding an item on the agenda or circumstances that might affect the evaluation thereof or circumstances that could affect the evaluation of the economic position of the Company or a subsidiary Company or the Company’s relation to another Company within the Group. If a Shareholder wishes to submit questions in advance, such should be sent to: Atlas Copco AB, Attn: General Counsel, SE-105 23 Stockholm or to board@se.atlascopco.com. Documentation                                      The Annual Report and the Auditor’s Report as well as the proposals from the Nomination Committee and the Board, information regarding all Board members and the statement by the nomination Committee regarding the Board, statements by the auditor and the Board and an information brochure describing the share redemption will be available at the Meeting and is available on www.atlascopco.com/agm and with the Company and will be sent free of charge to the Shareholders who so request and state their address from March 24, 2015. In connection with the Meeting, two awards will be presented; “John Munck Award” for important contributions within the area of product development and “Peter Wallenberg Marketing and Sales Award” for the developing of new marketing and sales methods. Nacka, March 2015 Atlas Copco AB (publ) The Board of Directors

Immunological results from a study with Diamyd® will be presented in April

Immunological findings from a study with Diamyd®, DIABGAD, will be presented by Professor Johnny Ludvigsson at an international diabetes meeting held in Munich on April 12-16, 2015. Preparations for the code break are ongoing and the code will be broken and the results analyzed shortly before the presentation. In the study, which is one of five ongoing studies with Diamyd®, Diamyd® plus vitamin D and ibuprofen is tested in order to strengthen the 16 percent (p = 0.10) average effect Diamyd®, as monotherapy, demonstrated compared to placebo in a European Phase III study. Among the speakers at the congress are several members of Diamyd Medical's Scientific Advisory Board; Professors Mark Atkinson, Åke Lernmark, Bart Roep and David Leslie. In addition, Anders Essen-Möller from Diamyd Medical is invited to give his views on the development of a diabetes vaccine from an industrial perspective. To be noted is that Craig Beam, Professor of Biostatistics, Kalamazoo, US, is invited to discuss the Bayesian statistical methods with which he recently reanalyzed results from three studies with the diabetes vaccine Diamyd® comprising more than 500 type 1 diabetes patients. The conclusion of the analysis of the European Phase III study is that the diabetes vaccine Diamyd® is effective with a probability of 97%. Prominent diabetes researchers who are co-authors to Craig Beam’s analysis results for Diamyd® include Jerry Palmer, Diane Wherrett, Kevin Herold, Johnny Ludvigsson, Colleen MacCallum and researchers within the Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet Study Group. The immunological results to be presented are from 6 months after the patients were enrolled in the study. The total number of patients is 64, divided into four groups: a) Diamyd® in combination with ibuprofen and vitamin D, b) Diamyd® in combination with vitamin D, c) Diamyd® in double dose in combination with vitamin D; d) Placebo (inactive substance). “We hope that the six-month results will show that this autoimmune disease is now modulated in the right direction,” says Anders Essen-Möller, President and CEO of Diamyd Medical. “If so, we have good hope that this, at 15 months, will provide a long-term positive effect on metabolic parameters such as the own ability to produce insulin. The last patient will perform the 15 month visit in September 2015 and metabolic results from the study are planned to be presented by the end of this year.” About the diabetes vaccine Diamyd®Type 1 diabetes is a devastating disease which requires daily treatment with insulin to sustain life. The importance of finding a cure cannot be underestimated. Diamyd® is considered to be the world’s furthest developed Antigen Based Therapy (ABT) for treating the disease. Diamyd® has been used in clinical studies with more than 1,000 patients and has shown a good safety profile. In a European Phase III study Diamyd® showed good clinical effect in several subgroups, and a limited overall 16% efficacy (p=0.10) in preserving endogenous insulin secretion. To enhance the overall effect, combination treatments with Diamyd® and other approved agents are being pursued. Diamyd® is easy to administer in any clinical setting. The potential annual market is estimated to several billion dollars. About Diamyd MedicalDiamyd Medical is dedicated to working toward a cure for type 1 diabetes. The Company’s projects include development of combination regimens with the GAD-based diabetes vaccine Diamyd® for arresting the destruction of insulin-producing beta cells. The Company exclusively licenses UCLA-rights to GAD65, the active ingredient in the vaccine, for which the last patent expires in 2032. Additionally, the Company exclusively licenses UCLA patents for using GABA for the treatment of diabetes and other inflammation-related conditions. Diamyd Medical is one of the major shareholders in the stem cell company Cellaviva AB, which is establishing a Swedish commercial bank for private family saving of stem cells in umbilical cord blood and other sources of stem cells. Stem cells can be expected to be used in Personalized Regenerative Medicine (PRM), for example, to restore beta cell mass in diabetes patients where autoimmunity has been arrested. Remium Nordic AB is the Company’s Certified Adviser.

Probi AB and Wageningen University enter long-term research collaboration

Probi AB today announces a four-year collaborative research agreement with Professor Michiel Kleerebezem at the Host Microbe Interactomics Group at Wageningen University. The aim of the collaboration is to clarify mechanisms of action for anti-inflammatory activity of probiotic bacteria in order to enable a continued development of novel effective probiotic products. Probi develops and markets well-documented probiotics for supplements and functional foods predominantly targeting immune function and gastrointestinal health. Probi´s ambition is to acquire an in-depth understanding of mechanisms of action of beneficial commensal bacteria, in order to continue to develop probiotic strains within new areas of benefit for the consumer. The Host Microbe Interactomics Group at the Wageningen University combines expertise in cell biology, immunology, microbiology and functional genomics to increase the understanding of molecular interactions occurring in the cross-talk between microbes and their hosts. Its research ranges from work on the molecular mechanisms of diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria to the interactions between beneficial bacteria and their hosts. Together Probi and the Host Microbe Interactomics Group at Wageningen University now want to study the physiological relevance and health-beneficial effects of various probiotic strains both in vitro and in vivo. The collaboration covers a four-year PhD project plan, and aims to provide proof of concept for the physiological relevance of new probiotic strains in the attenuation of intestinal inflammation, which plays a pivotal role in various pathologic conditions. “Probi is a company that understands how important it is to define and clarify the probiotic products’ mechanisms of action. That view was the main reason that we started to discuss a collaboration”, says Michiel Kleerebezem, professor at Wageningen University & Research Centre in the Netherlands. “We see this collaboration as an important step in our future product development, and are pleased to announce the collaboration with Professor Kleerebezem and his group. I personally believe that this project will lead to a much better understanding of anti-inflammatory probiotics and provide an opportunity for Probi to develop novel products in new and interesting fields” says Peter Nählstedt, CEO of Probi AB. The information is such that Probi AB must disclose in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Peter Nählstedt, CEO, Probi, tel +46 46 286 89 23 or mobile +46 723 86 99 83, e-mail: peter.nahlstedt@probi.se Gun-Britt Fransson, Vice President Research & Development, Probi, tel +46 46 286 89 74 or mobile +46 705 95 73 27, e-mail: gun-britt.fransson@probi.se ABOUT PROBI Probi AB is a Swedish publicly traded bioengineering company that develops effective and well-documented probiotics. Through its world-leading research, Probi has created a strong product portfolio in the gastrointestinal health and immune system niches. Probi’s products are available to consumers in more than 30 countries worldwide. Probi’s customers are leading food, health-product and pharmaceutical companies in the Functional Food and Consumer Healthcare segments. In 2014, Probi had sales of MSEK 135. The Probi share is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Small Cap. Probi has about 3,000 shareholders. Read more at www.probi.se

Opus Inspection completes acquisition of Drew Technologies

Drew Tech will become a subsidiary of Opus Inspection. However, the company will continue to operate as a stand-alone legal entity with the current management in place. The purchase price is USD 30 million (approximately SEK 255 million) plus a contingent earn-out of 4.4 million (approximately SEK 37 million). The acquisition includes a cash balance of approximately USD 0.4 million (approximately SEK 3 million). Hence, the acquired underlying business, excluding cash, is valued at approximately USD 34 million (approximately SEK 289 million) on a debt free basis. The acquisition was completed on March 23, 2015. Drew Tech, founded in 1996 and headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, has developed into a leading supplier of OBD equipment for vehicle communication and diagnostics systems for automobile manufacturers, workshops, automotive dealerships, and inspection stations worldwide. All product development, design, and final production takes place in Ann Arbor. The company is at the forefront with its latest OBD technology that is used to inspect vehicles for both emission and safety vehicle inspection. The acquisition means that Opus Inspection controls leading OBD technology it intends to use in several markets. This technology is of great importance for the future global product and service offering of Opus Inspection, including in the U.S. vehicle inspection industry. For more information about Drew Tech please visit www.drewtech.com/; and for Opus Inspection, please visit www.opusinspection.com. Deal advisorsVinge Advokatbyrå in Sweden and Ellis & Winters LLP in the U.S. act as legal advisers to Opus Group. Mölndal, March 24, 2015Opus Group AB (publ) This press info is available in Swedish at www.opus.se

Completion of restructuring - issuance of new shares and execution of amended bond agreements

Stavanger, 24 March 2015: Reference is made to previous announcements concerning the restructuring of Norwegian Energy Company ASA ("Noreco" or the "Company") through conversion of bond debt to equity and amended bond terms (the "Restructuring"), including the notices on 2 and 3 March 2015 following approvals by bondholders' meetings and the extraordinary general meeting. The Restructuring has now been completed through the issuance of 652 715 195 new shares against conversion of NOR10, NOR11 and NOR12 bonds, execution of amended bond agreements for the new NOR06 and new NOR10 bonds (previously described in the Restructuring summons as "NOR13"), and conversion of remaining NOR11 and NOR 12 bonds to amended NOR10 bonds. Following this, the number of outstanding shares of the Company is 709 473 038, each with a nominal value of NOK 0.10 and all ranking equal in all respects. Outstanding principal under the amended NOR06 bond agreement with Noreco Norway AS as new issuer is approx. NOK 618 million. The NOR06 bonds will continue with its existing ISIN, being NO 001 060632.0 and be tradable on Oslo Børs under ticker NOR06. Outstanding principal under the amended NOR10 bond agreement is NOK 600 million with Norwegian Energy Company ASA as issuer. The amended NOR10 bonds will continue with the existing NOR10 ISIN, being NO 001069703.0, and be tradable on Oslo Børs under ticker "NOR10". The NOR11 and NOR12 bonds are cancelled. Settlement of the Restructuring through delivery of new shares and bonds in through VPS is expected to take place on or about end of business today, 24 March 2015. Amended bond agreements will be available on www.stamdata.no. Pending issuance of a listing prospectus, the new shares will be registered on a separate ISIN (NO 0010732928) and be tradable on N-OTC, an unregulated market place operated by the Norwegian Securities Dealers Association (see www.vpff.no/eng/NOTC for further details). The Company expects that the listing prospectus will be published towards the end of April, following approval by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. For further details on the Restructuring, including with respect to new bond terms and the two ring fencing structures, please refer to announcements of 4 and 16 February 2015. Contact:Silje Augustson, Chair of the Board. Tel.: +47 992 83 900Tommy Sundt, CEO. Tel.: +47 992 83 900Odd Arne Slettebø, CFO. Tel.: +47 992 83 900Geir Arne Drangeid, IR contact. Tel.: +47 913 10 458 This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section of 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act

Five senses of indulgence at the York Chocolate Festival 2015

See, hear, touch, smell and taste – all five senses will be in chocolate heaven this Easter when the UK’s ‘home of chocolate’ celebrates the fourth annual York Chocolate Festival at a host of chocolate-themed venues around the city from 3 – 6 April 2015. “This year, our Chocolate Festival is more hands-on than ever before, with a focus not simply on the delicious treats available to buy, but actually exploring chocolate and meeting the local chocolatiers, confectioners and bakers who make a living out of this wonderful ingredient,” comments Festival director, Sophie Jewett.  “Visitors will be able to watch chocolate being made, taste some unusual treats, and create their own chocolate souvenir of their visit with live workshops at the Chocolate Fair, before wandering off to explore how cocoa-based confections shaped the city as a whole, from the birthplace of the Terry’s Chocolate Orange, to the continuing development of sweet treats by today’s artisan chocolate makers.” Highlights of this year’s festival will include: · The Chocolate Cookery School – a chance to learn from York’s chocolate masters how to work with chocolate to create your own sweet treat to take away.  Running daily in Parliament Street, with experts from many York chocolate businesses hosting hour-long workshops for adults and children.  £5 per adult, £3 per child. · Becoming a Professional Chocolate Taster – York is one of few places left in the country where there are several companies that employ their own expert chocolate tasters.  Learn about colour, texture, smell and the smooth glossy finish that make the finest chocolates… and learn to taste chocolate like a professional!  Ongoing in Parliament Street. · Make Good Friday (3 April) Great Friday with a chocolate model workshop at York Cocoa House (Blake Street).  Discover chocolate as a medium for sculpture and design, and take away your own creation in an hour-long workshop, priced at £17.50 per person.  Also repeated on Easter Sunday (5 April). ·  Join the Lord Mayor of York on his annual Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Sunday (4 April) from 10.00am to 3.00pm.  Collect a trail sheet from the JORVIK Viking Centre and join a city-wide quest for chocolate, with a special prize for everyone completing the trail!  £2.50 per entry. · Hear the story of the holy grail of Easter eggs – the solid chocolate egg – and discover how the expert chocolatiers create ornate Easter eggs up to three feet tall at York’s Chocolate Story, the visitor attraction dedicated to telling the story of York’s chocolate past and present.  Prebooking strongly recommended at www.yorkschocolatestory.com, with tours priced at £10.50 for adults, £9.50 for concessions and £8.50 for children. · Explore York’s chocolate heritage on foot with the York Walk Choccy & Sweetie Tour, Friday 3 and Sunday 5 April at 10.30am, starting from Museums Gardens Gates on Museum Street.  This 90-120 minute walking tour takes in many of York’s confectionary highlights, priced at £6.00 for adults and £5.00 for concessions. More details on the full York Chocolate Festival 2015 programme, including how to book individual events, will be available online at www.yorkchocolatefestival.co.uk ENDS A wide selection of images from the York Chocolate Festival 2014 are available online for free hi-res download at http://news.cision.com/york-chocolate-festival For further media information or photographs, please contact: Jay Commins or Samantha Orange Pyper York Limited Tel:         01904 500698 Email:    jay@pyperyork.co.uk or sam@pyperyork.co.uk

HiQ INVOLVED IN INNOVATIVE PROJECT TO SAVE RHINOS IN KENYA

Behind the project is the Kenya Wildlife Service (http://www.kws.org) that has teamed up with US-based Stimson Center (http://www.stimson.org) and Swedish Linköpings Universitet (http://www.liu.se), who in turn involved HiQ to develop and test the technology. The name, Project Ngulia, comes from the Kenyan rhino sanctuary where the technology is to be implemented. “We work with developing smart homes, smart cars and smart cities. Now it’s time for the smart savannah. The poaching of rhinos increased with 5,000 per cent between 2007 and 2012 alone, and the animals aren’t the only ones in danger. The park rangers risk their lives every day, says Patrik Holm at HiQ in Linköping. The project group works a great deal with so called sensor technology and multimodal sensors in smartphones. Based on that various applications are developed for the rangers, enabling simple communication, orientation and reporting of animal- and poacher traces. The phones also work as security alarms. The project also tests everything from heat-detection cameras to drones and gunshot detectors. “The rangers have previously been poorly equipped to tackle the poachers but now we work in close collaboration to meet their needs and wishes. HiQ has been on-site in Kenya and we also work with Kolmården Wildlife Park in order to test various technologies in the right environment,” Patrik Holm explains. Eventually, the intention is that it will be possible to scale the security system and use in other places and in other types of threat scenarios. “Our passion is to simplify and improve with the help of technology, and that is clearly displayed in this project. We create a simpler and safer work environment for the park rangers while saving the animals from extinction,” says Lars Stugemo, President and CEO at HiQ. Read more about the “smart savannah” in HiQ Magazine (http://hiq.se/Global/PDF_ENG/The%20smart%20savannah.pdf) Fore more information, please contact: Lars Stugemo, President and CEO HiQ, tel. +46 8 588 90 000 Patrik Holm, Managing Director HiQ Ace in Linköping, tel. +46 708 44 99 76 Peter Lindecrantz, Head of Corporate Communications, HiQ, tel. +46 704 200 103

‘Collaboration’ Not ‘Disruption’ Is Key for Leading Taxi App, Minicabster

A top taxi app is taking new strides on the road to success with a series of exciting innovations to take the taxi industry into the digital age with a collaboration not disruption approach. Minicabster is a home grown app that’s on a mission to get Brits wherever they want to go, on time, and at the best price in cities all around the country. Now boasting the nation’s biggest virtual fleet, with over 14,000 licensed cabs all over the country, Minicabster compares a number of options to find the best cab for each customer, ensuring low prices without compromising on a professional journey. Founded in 2011, Minicabster soon built up a following of dedicated passengers that saw 100% year-on-year growth. To date, users have travelled 15,000,000 miles using Minicabster taxis – a testament to the unique services and features offered to passengers. With services like Uber and Hailo making headlines in the taxi industry, the Minicabster service is more about cooperation than disruption. Rather than pitting firms against one another and undercutting prices from traditional taxi providers, Minicabster is encouraging the existing industry to grow and evolve, rather than pushing through an aggressive new model. The firm itself is backed by investors from JUST EAT, another example of a company that is helping existing businesses in a different industry to bring their service into the 21stcentury. Sadie Gee, a Business Lead at Minicabster says, “Since we launched in 2011, our service has gone from strength to strength and we think part of that is due to the rapport we’ve built up with other taxi firms and providers. We don’t want to be the gate-crashers of the taxi industry, we want to evolve it. By cooperating with our cab partners we are creating the perfect marketplace for them, funnelling passengers towards their top quality fleets. “We’ve also focused a lot of our energy on providing a stellar service for customers. With the ability to scan the best quotes from providers and money-back guarantees if taxis should be late, we’re primarily concerned with ensuring our passengers get to their destination comfortably, and for a competitive price.” Minicabster will launch an updated version of the app in the next few weeks, packed full of useful new features for users including the ability to save favourite addresses and a map led design. The workflow has also been streamlined, making it possible to order a cab with just two taps. This on demand function is coupled with address lookup improvements for an even easier booking experience. Gee said, “We’ve seen very positive year on year growth and with several product updates and expansion plans in the pipeline, Minicabster will continue to evolve to meet the needs of our customers and minicab partners. We’re really excited about our latest app update and you’ll notice there are several improvements, not only in design but also usability. It’s essential that Minicabster customers have a good experience at each part of their journey with us, and that of course includes having the best booking experience when using the app.” Despite comparisons to Uber and Hailo, Minicabster is keen to set itself apart from the competition. Customers are able to take advantage of up-front prices, rather than guesstimates or metering systems, and the online system allows users to compare quotes from taxi providers to see which taxi firm suits them best. There’s no ‘surge’ pricing offers for Minicabster, and customers also enjoy being able to pre-book journeys in advance – ideal for airport transfers, business travel and special occasions. The team at Minicabster is confident in their ability to provide fast, efficient transport to thousands of locations in the UK. It’s the only cab app in the country to guarantee a 30% refund if a cab is more than 15 minutes late – a testament to the reliability of the drivers and the efficiency of the service. For more information about Minicabster, visit the website or download the app: http://www.minicabster.co.uk iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/minicabster-price-comparison/id594860270?mt… (https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/minicabster-price-comparison/id594860270?mt=8)Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eirtight.anycabs&hl=en_GB

Corporate meetings and events, the perfect location for your business success

Every meeting organised at Toscana Resort Castelfalfi is a guarantee of professionalism, quality, elegance and discretion. The wide and open spaces and the meeting rooms, make Castelfalfi an ideal place for conventions, promotional launches, focus groups, award party and every other type of business event. Our professional and careful staff will help you make every occasion a great success. We can provide Wi-Fi connection and the latest technology to equip exclusive spaces or organising special events and activities. A spectacular 27-holes golf, an impressive pool complex and the Rosso Toscano Cooking School are perfect to train your team and build strong and profitable relationships. Business Facilities • Video projector and additional equipment  available upon request • Airport arrival/departure transfer service • Personal Bodyguard upon request • State-of-the-art technology, including LCD  TVs • Wi-Fi high-speed internet Whether you are celebrating a sumptuous wedding, an intimate party or a business meeting, in Castelfalfi you can enjoy the best of true Tuscany. Nestled among rolling hills, extensive vineyards, centuries-old farmhouses and sweeping olive groves, Toscana Resort Castelfalfi offers all the ingredients to create a memorable event: fresh regional cuisine, delectable wine, amazing venues and a wide range of activities to complement your special occasion. The spacious lawns and terraces are perfect for open-air celebrations. The historical rooms of our medieval Castle and the intimate meeting rooms of the Hotel La Tabaccaia are striking venues for private receptions and corporate meetings. Dining in the restaurant or on the glorious terrace can be themed for the audience and the event. Great attention to every detail, a skilled staff and professional event planners will help create an unforgettable experience. Just ask, and consider it done. Private gatherings and receptions A tailor-made place to frame an unforgettable memory Toscana Resort Castelfalfi is the right venue to make perfect and magic the most beautiful day. A spectacular terrace with impressive views over the verdant countryside where guests can taste the gastronomic delicacies of our Chef Michele Rinaldi cuisine. The park, the pool and the charming rooms of the Castle make each event unique, personal and unrepeatable. With 31 rooms and suites, Hotel La Tabaccaia will reserve your Guests a quiet escape after the big party. Our staff will take care of you and always support you to organise a memorable celebration party. At Toscana Resort Castelfalfi we choose the best available business partners in order to make a perfect tailor-made event. We have set a network which includes musicians, interior designer, photographers, florists. Working together we will guarantee you a successful event and a unforgettable experience. Services • Floral decorations • Entertainment and services • Fireworks • Musical entertainment • Make-up • Rent vintage car and limousine La Rocca di Castelfalfi Looking out onto the golf course and valleys to the hilltop town of Volterra, there are few such magical places in Tuscany for your memorable event. The fine restaurant La Rocca di Castelfalfi offer a wide range of solutions to set your event, both indoor and outdoor. On the elegant terrace, our Chef Michele Rinaldi and his staff, will propose you refined dishes accompanied by an outstanding wine selection. Chef Rinaldi will lead you in an exclusive journey in the Mediterranean flavours, bringing great respect towards the choice of the ingredients and a meticulous attention to details. La Tabaccaia The former factory that dried tobacco for Tuscan cigars has been given new life as a 31-room boutique hotel and it is the first of a duo of hotels planned for development. The hotel was restored with an eye toward using the traditional materials, colors and style of the region. Each of the charming rooms is Tuscan in design, boasting restored oak wood beams and tiled ceilings dating back to the building’s original construction.  A modern reflection of the hotel’s rich past, its furnishings promise comfort and enhances its modest yet stylish décor.  Rooms and suites feature complimentary Wi-Fi, a 32-inch LCD TV with satellite channels, air conditioning and Travertino bathrooms with rain-showers. The hotel offers 3 interconnecting rooms ideal for meetings, brainstorming, focus groups or motivational sessions. Each room can accommodate up to 16 seats with a theatre layout, 14 seats with a classroom layout and 12 with a u-shape layout. For more informations, please visit our press area (http://www.castelfalfi.co.uk/special-pages/private-press-area/?utm_source=Stampa+Real+Estate&utm_campaign=62bb992e3a-150223_Comunicato_Stampa_EN_La_Collina2_23_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8219f027cd-62bb992e3a-&ct=t%28150223_Comunicato_Stampa_EN_La_Collina2_23_2015%29), our Pressroom (http://news.cision.com/tenuta-di-castelfalfi) our Flickr (https://wpyadmin.ne.cision.com/l/xmtgzzno/www.flickr.com/photos/castelfalfi/collections/72157635474970181/) account.

ARTTRA Grass Sets the Trend for Green Carpet Events

As many high profile events companies choose to shun the traditional VIP red carpet for a fresher, more practical solution, ARTTRA Grass is on hand to supply green VIP runners indoors or outdoors for the perfect finishing touch. The luxury artificial turf is fast becoming a trend for corporate events, charity balls, film premieres and an aisle runner for wedding ceremonies. Based in London and Milton Keynes, Artificial Grass Trader is a leading supplier of synthetic lawns and turfs which are often used as outdoor carpets. Artificial grass is a superior choice of runner carpet for outdoors, as it looks just as impressive as ordinary carpet material, but unlike normal carpet won’t get ruined if it gets wet. International celebrity events such as Global Green USA’s pre-Oscar party and the Tokyo International Film Festival use a green carpet to welcome guests, and the trend is gathering momentum in the UK. In addition to VIP runners, artificial grass also makes a great feature at any party or special occasion, especially at outdoor events. It’s an ideal stylish flooring solution for marquees, as well as adding something special to outdoor areas at restaurants, bars and hotels. Mr Eric K Eamon, Managing Director of ARTTRA Grass said, “Green runners and carpets really make a statement at any event. Obviously artificial grass is a suitable choice for any environmental charity event or a party with a garden theme and English lawn games. However, for those events which have a colour theme other than green we also supply our lawn runners in a range of colours including blue, pink, yellow, black and red.” The hire of the VIP runner comes complete with poles and rope in the matching colour of the grass for the ultimate wow factor. This ensures each guest is treated like a celebrity with a VIP entrance, or sets up a beautiful wedding aisle to make it a wedding to remember. Mr Eamon added, “Our green carpets are still the most popular choice when it comes to weddings and other events. As the colour signifies emotional positivity, growth and harmony, it is quite fitting for weddings and we love creating the magical day couples have dreamt of for years.” To find about more about the VIP runner service or the wide range of artificial lawns available for hire or to buy, visit www.artificialgrasstrader.co.uk

SZ-Steel® by Ovako retains properties for greater reliability in harsh sub-zero environments

SZ-Steel® by Ovako is proven to retain its properties in temperatures down to -40°C and beyond and, in extreme cases, is well-tested to withstand temperatures down to -101°C. As one of the Ovako attribute brands, SZ-Steel designates a grouping of steel grades across a range of products in the company’s portfolio including BQ-Steel®, IQ-Steel®, M-Steel® and WR-Steel®. SZ-Steel, which stands for sub-zero, is a family of steel grades with low impurity levels and controlled grain size that are specifically developed, designed and produced for use in extreme environments with cold climate temperatures and exacting conditions. This helps to reduce risks of embrittlement and fracturing, and also safeguard natural environments while improving safety for workers and service crews. “Some of our most demanding customers tell us that safety in cold climates is an increasingly urgent priority. Many are under pressure to comply with demanding oil and gas or shipbuilding standards. Nobody wants to see an accident or unscheduled maintenance when temperatures drop to -40°C and below,” said Göran Nyström, Executive Vice President of Group Marketing and Technology at Ovako. Ovako tests and certifies a wide range of its steel grades according to sub-zero standards. At the Ovako plant in Imatra, eastern Finland, tests are performed at -101°C using cryogenic liquid nitrogen and methanol as a cooling media, under which conditions even otherwise well-made engineering steels can become brittle and fall apart. “Ultimate safety and reliability of our high-performance engineering SZ-Steel is verified in a proprietary ‘freezer box’. No other engineering steel company is as focused on highlighting the concerns surrounding sub-arctic operations as Ovako.” SZ-Steel grades meet and actually exceed key international safety standards, and their capabilities are proven in cases around the world whether the application is for stud bolts, hydraulic equipment, drilling tools, axles or valves used in oil and gas, mining, energy generation, marine, offshore or mobile machinery. Use of correct steels is imperative in these areas given the low temperatures, and SZ-Steel can be just the solution.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN HiQ INTERNATIONAL AB (PUBL)

· Gunnel Duveblad, Ken Gerhardsen, Lars Stugemo, Anders Ljungh, Johanna Fagrell Köhler, Erik Hallberg, Ulrika Hagdahl and Raimo Lind were re-elected as members of the Board of Directors. The General Meeting resolved to appoint Anders Ljungh as Chairman of the Board of Directors. · PricewaterhouseCoopers was re-elected as auditor for the period until the end of the Annual General Meeting in 2019. · The General meeting decided to adopt the annual report and discharge the Board and the Managing Director from liability for the financial year 2014. · The General meeting decided on a share split and mandatory share redemption programme. The redemption procedure means that approximately SEK 138 million, corresponding to SEK 2.60 per share will be repaid to the shareholders. The decisions made by the General Meeting regarding split and redemption include; · Decision to execute a share split 2:1, whereby each HiQ share is divided into two shares. One of these shares will be a so called redemption share. · Decision to reduce the share capital by mandatory redemption of shares, whereby 53 139 023 redemption shares are redeemed · Decision to increase the share capital by way of a bonus issue, whereby the company’s share capital is increased to its value before the decision to reduce the share capital. Payment for each redemption share is SEK 2.60. Record date for the share split is 13 April 2015. Trading in the redemption shares will take place from 14 April 2015 up to and including 27 April 2015. Record date for the share redemption is 5 May 2015. Payment is expected to take place around 8 May 2015. · The General meeting decided to issue not more than 1,000,000 warrants. Each warrant shall entitle the holder to subscribe for one new share. For not more than 800,000 warrants of Series I, the exercise price shall correspond to 100 per cent of the average exchange quotation of the Company’s shares on the Stockholm Stock Exchange during the period commencing 23 April 2015 up to and including 7 May 2015, and for warrants of Series II, the exercise price shall correspond to 100 per cent of the average exchange quotation of the Company’s share on the NASDAQ Stockholm Stock Exchange during a period of ten trading days immediately following the announcement of the interim report for the three first quarters of 2015. The issued warrants shall be subscribed for by HiQ Stockholm AB - a wholly owned subsidiary of HiQ International AB - whereby this company shall offer the warrants to employees within the HiQ Group in Sweden, Denmark and Finland. HiQ Stockholm AB may subscribe and transfer no more than in total 1,000,000 warrants of Series I and II. If all 1,000,000 warrants are exercised, the share capital of the Company will increase by SEK 100,000 corresponding to a dilution of approx. 1.8 per cent of the Company’s share capital and votes after dilution. Considering previously adopted incentive programmes for employees, the total dilution amounts to approx. 5.3 per cent.  The Board of Directors shall, according to the following guidelines, resolve on the allocation of warrants to employees within the Group. Key employees may not acquire more than 30,000 warrants each at market price and shall be guaranteed to acquire 4,000 warrants each; other employees may not acquire more than 30,000 warrants each at market price and shall be guaranteed to acquire 1,000 warrants each. For Key employees the Company shall have a right to, for each acquired warrant, allocate another warrant without consideration. The right to the warrants given without paid consideration should be conditioned by that the Key employee is employed within the HiQ Group during the term of the warrants. By this procedure, the total number of warrants to be allocated to each Key employee could amount to maximum 60,000 warrants. The company's external Board members are not included in the incentive programme. With the purpose of increasing participation in the incentive program, the company intends to subsidise the holders of warrants. For Key employees who still are employed by HiQ at the end of the term by way of a bonus payment, which before taxation amounts to the warrant premium. If the long term financial target (presently the equivalent of an operating profit of 15 per cent.) is not fulfilled during the period, only 50% of the bonus will be paid out. For all other employees participating in the program the Company intends to subsidise the holders of warrants, who still are employed by HiQ at the end of the term by way of a bonus payment, which before taxation amount to the warrant premium. · The General Meeting decided in accordance with the proposal by the Board of Directors to authorise the Board of Directors to resolve on purchasing, at one or several occasions, so many own shares that the company’s holding does not at any time exceed 10 per cent. of the total number of shares in the company. The purchase of shares shall take place on the NASDAQ Stockholm Stock Exchange and may only occur at a price within the share price interval registered at that time, where the share price interval means the difference between the highest buying price and lowest selling price. Furthermore, the General Meeting resolved to authorise the Board of Directors to pass resolutions on transferring the company’s own shares as payment in connection with an acquisition of companies or businesses, at a price within the share price interval registered at that time. · The General Meeting resolved in accordance with the proposal by the Board of Directors to authorise the Board of Directors to resolve on issues of shares against payment in kind of no more than 5,000,000 shares, at one or several occasions, during the period until the next Annual General Meeting in connection with acquisitions. · The General Meeting also resolved to establish a Nomination Committee according to the following principles. The Chairman of the Board of Directors shall, based on the ownership as of 31 July 2015, convene the three major shareholders in the company, which each are to elect one representative to the Nomination Committee. In addition, the Chairman of the Board of Directors can be elected to be a part of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee can also decide to include an additional representative of a major shareholder or a group of major shareholders to be part of the Nomination Committee. The names of the representatives of the Nomination Committee shall be announced no later than six months prior to the Annual General Meeting. The Nomination Committee shall prepare and at the general meeting leave proposals regarding election of Chairman of the Board of Directors along with other members of the Board of Directors; fees to the members of the Board of Directors divided between the Chairman and other members as well as compensation for work in committees; election of and fee to the auditors and (where appropriate) any deputy auditors; decisions on principles regarding election of the Nominating Committee; and Chairman for the Annual General Meeting. · The general meeting resolved a policy on remuneration and other terms of employment for senior executives, in accordance with the proposal by the Board of Directors. HiQ International AB (publ)The Board of Directors For further information, please contact: Lars Stugemo, President and CEO HiQ, tel.: +46 (0)8-588 90 000 Fredrik Malm, CFO HiQ, tel.: +46 (0)8-588 90 000 HiQ discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. This release was released for publication at 13:15 CET on 24 March 2015.

Publication of Nobia’s annual report 2014

Nobia’s annual report for 2014 in Swedish is as of today available on the company’s Swedish website, www.nobia.se.  Nobia’s annual report for 2014 includes a business description excluding Hygena, which was divested on 2 March 2015, where net sales and operating profit for 2014 have been adjusted for Hygena and transactions related to Hygena’s operations (see table below). SEK m Net sales from Operating profit excl restructuring costs external customers Nordic region 5,213 666UK region 4,707 353Central 1,491 117Europe regionGroup total 11,411 975* *The Group’soperatingprofit alsoincludesoperatingprofit fromGroup-wideitems andeliminations. The printed annual report will be distributed to shareholders who have requested such a version and may be ordered from Nobia via e-mail to ir@nobia.com or by telephone +46 8 440 16 00.Nobia’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 14 April 2015 at 15:00 CET, at Lundqvist & Lindqvist Klara Strand Konferens, Klarabergsviadukten 90, Stockholm. All complete documents to the Nobia’s Annual General Meeting have been published on the company’s Swedish website.For further informationLena Schattauer, Head of Communication and IR+46 (0)8 440 16 07 or +46 (0)705 95 51 00lena.schattauer@nobia.comNobia develops and sells kitchens through some twenty strong brands in Europe, including Magnet in the UK; HTH, Norema, Sigdal, Invita and Marbodal in Scandinavia; Petra and A la Carte in Finland; ewe, FM and Intuo in Austria, as well as Poggenpohl globally. Nobia generates profitability by combining economies of scale with attractive kitchen offerings. The Group has approximately 6,200 employees and net sales of about SEK 12 billion in 2014. The Nobia share is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm under the ticker NOBI. Website: www.nobia.com.

Notice of the Annual General Meeting for Gränges AB

Gränges AB (publ) will hold its Annual General Meeting at 4 pm CET on 4 May 2015 at Näringslivets hus, Storgatan 19, Stockholm, Sweden. Registration will begin at 3 p.m. Light refreshments will be served at the Annual General Meeting. RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND NOTIFYING THE COMPANYThose wishing to attend the Annual General Meeting must be registered as shareholders in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB as of 27 April 2015, and notify the company of their intention to attend no later than 27 April 2015. Registration of participation must be provided in writing to Gränges AB, Juridik, Box 5055, 114 85 Stockholm, Sweden, or by telephone at +46 (0)732 104 921 on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. CET or at the company’s website, www.granges.com. When registering, shareholders must state their name, personal ID or company registration number, address and daytime telephone number. The registration procedure described above also applies to registration for any assistants.  NOMINEE-REGISTERED SHARESTo have the right to attend the AGM, shareholders whose shares are registered with a nominee must have their shares temporarily re-registered in their own name in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB by 27 April 2015. The re-registration may be temporary. PROXY AND PROXY FORMShareholders not attending the AGM in person may exercise their rights at the AGM by proxy by providing a written, signed and dated proxy. Proxy forms are available at the company’s website, www.granges.com. Proxy forms can also be obtained from the company directly or ordered by telephone at the telephone number above. If a proxy is issued by a legal entity, a copy of the entity’s registration document or similar authorisation document must be attached. Proxies must not be more than one year old unless a longer period of validity, not exceeding five years, is stated in the proxy. To facilitate entry into the AGM, proxies, registration documents and other authorisation documents must be provided to the company well in advance of the AGM. PROPOSED AGENDA 1. Opening of the Annual General Meeting 2. Election of a chairman for the AGM 3. Preparation and approval of the voting list 4. Approval of the agenda 5. Election of persons to check the minutes 6. Determination of whether the AGM was duly convened 7. Chief Executive Officer’s report 8. Presentation of the annual financial statements and audit report as well as the consolidated financial statements and audit report for the Group. 9. Resolutions on:a) adoption of the income statement and balance sheet as well as the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet,b) appropriation of the company’s earnings according to the adopted balance sheet and setting of the record date for the dividend,c) discharging the members of the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer from liability vis-à-vis the company10. Resolution on the number of Board members11. Resolution on fees payable to the Board members12. Election of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Board13. Resolution on the number of auditors, fees for the auditors and election of auditors14. Resolution on the Nomination Committee15. Resolution on guidelines for remuneration to senior executives16. Resolution on a long-term incentive programme17. Resolution on issue authorisation18. Conclusion of the Annual General Meeting NOMINATION COMMITTEE’S PROPOSALSAhead of the 2015 AGM the Nomination Committee consisted of the following members: Mikael Aru, Orkla (Nomination Committee chairman); Jannis Kitsakis, Fjärde AP-fonden; Claes Murander, Lannebo Fonder; and Anders G Carlberg (Chairman of the Board). Election of a chairman for the AGM (item 2)The Nomination Committee proposes that Anders G Carlberg be elected as chairman for the AGM. Resolution on the number of Board members (item 10)The Nomination Committee proposes that the Board of Directors, for the period until the conclusion of the next AGM, consist of five members elected by the AGM with no deputies. Resolution on fees payable to the Board members (item 11)The Nomination Committee proposes that the fees payable for the period until the conclusion of the next AGM remain unchanged at SEK 500,000 for the Chairman of the Board and SEK 275,000 for the other elected Board members. A fee of SEK 80,000 will be payable to the chairman of the Audit Committee and SEK 40,000 to the other members, SEK 50,000 to the chairman of the Remuneration Committee and SEK 25,000 to the other members. All employee representatives on the Board are to receive SEK 40,000 each for the corresponding period. Election of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Board (item 12)The Nomination Committee proposes that Anders G Carlberg, Terje Andersen, Carina Andersson, Bertil Villard and Ragnhild Wiborg be re-elected. The Committee proposes that Anders G Carlberg be re-elected as Chairman of the Board. Information on the nominated Board members is available on the company’s website, www.granges.com. Resolution on the number of auditors, fees for the auditors and election of auditors (item 13)The Nomination Committee proposes that the company has one auditor without a deputy, that the fee for the auditor be paid according to approved invoices and that the registered audit company Ernst & Young AB be re-elected as auditor. Ernst & Young AB has informed the Nomination Committee that, if the Committee’s proposal is adopted by the AGM, Authorised Public Accountant Erik Sandström, will be appointed as chief auditor. Resolution on the Nomination Committee (item 14)The Nomination Committee proposes that the following instructions shall apply in respect of the Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee is to be appointed according to the following instructions to apply until a resolution is passed on new instructions: The Nomination Committee is to consist of one representative from each of the three largest shareholders, based on shareholder statistics from Euroclear Sweden AB as of 31 August, as well as the Chairman of the Board. The names of the Nomination Committee members and the shareholders they represent are to be published no later than six months before the Annual General Meeting. The Nomination Committee’s term of office continues until a new Nomination Committee is appointed. The chairman of the Nomination Committee is to be the member representing the largest shareholder, unless the Committee agrees otherwise. The Chairman of the Board may not, however, serve as the chairman of the Nomination Committee. It is the responsibility of the Chairman of the Board to assemble the Nomination Committee. If shareholders refrain from participating in the Nomination Committee or are no longer among the three largest shareholders, their representatives are to relinquish their position and the shareholder next in line is to be offered the position on the Nomination Committee, if the Committee deems this necessary. The shareholders that have appointed representatives on the Nomination Committee have the right to dismiss the member and appoint a new representative. Changes to the Nomination Committee are to be published. The Nomination Committee is to provide proposals on the election of the number of Board members to be elected by the Annual General Meeting, on fees and other remuneration for Board assignments to each of the Board members and on any compensation for committee work. The Nomination Committee is also to provide proposals on the election of and fees for the auditor as well as on a chairman for the Annual General Meeting. No fees are payable to the Nomination Committee. The company is to pay for any reasonable expenses the Nomination Committee considers necessary for the Committee to carry out its duties. THE BOARD’S DECISION PROPOSALSDecisions on the appropriation of the company’s earnings according to the adopted balance sheet and setting of the record date for the dividend (item 9b)The Board of Directors proposes that the retained earnings of SEK 205,165,271 be appropriated as follows: To the shareholders a dividend of SEK 111,959,079, which is equivalent to SEK 1.50 per share, and the remaining amount of SEK 93,206,192 to be carried forward. The proposed record date for the dividend is 6 May 2015. If the Annual General Meeting resolves in accordance with the proposal, the dividend is expected to be distributed through Euroclear Sweden AB on 11 May 2015. Resolution on guidelines for remuneration to senior executives (item 15)The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM passes a resolution on guidelines for remuneration to senior executives according to the following principles: GeneralGränges will offer remuneration levels and employment terms necessary in order to recruit, develop and retain senior executives. These individuals must have the expertise, motivation and capacity to be able to uphold, develop and implement comprehensive, value-creating strategic objectives for the Gränges Group. Senior executives refers to the Group’s Chief Executive Officer and members of the Management Team. Remuneration to the Management Team is to be determined by the Board of Directors, but must follow the guidelines adopted by the Annual General Meeting. The basic principle is that remuneration is to be competitive and consist of a fixed salary and a variable component in the form of various incentive programmes. Applicable laws and other relevant regulations – both Swedish and in other countries – in the sector should always be observed. Fixed salaryThe fixed salary is to consist of normal basic pay. The salary is based on responsibility, performance, skills and the complexity and scope of the duties. Variable payVariable pay is to consist of an annual short-term incentive programme (STI) and a long-term incentive programme (LTI). Annual short-term incentive programme (STI 2015).The outcome of the STI is determined by a number of parameters consisting of financial key ratios for the Group, such as adjusted operating profit and capital employed, and individual pre-determined targets. Remuneration under STI 2015 is not to exceed 60% of basic pay. Long-term incentive programme (LTI 2015)Following a resolution at an extraordinary general meeting on 2 September 2014, a long-term share-based incentive programme (LTI 2014) was offered in 2014 to stimulate long-term commitment. The programme consists of a total of one million employee stock options and has a term of two years followed by an exercise period of an additional year. This programme is for the Management Team and certain key individuals. Details on the allotment of stock options to the Management Team can be found in the corporate governance statement. On condition that the Annual General Meeting passes the resolution, a long-term incentive programme (LTI 2015) will be offered to senior executives and certain key individuals. LTI 2015 will run for three years and is structured as follows: An amount equivalent to the payout from STI 2015 for each participant will be reserved in a special so-called LTI bank. Provided that the participants remain in the employ of Gränges, the payout will be made at the rate of one third per year during the years 2017, 2018 and 2019, adjusted for Gränges’ total return. The total payout from LTI 2015 and STI payable in one year is maximised at 1.5 times an annual salary. A more detailed account of the LTI programme is provided in a proposal prepared specially for the Annual General Meeting. Both STI 2015 and the proposed LTI 2015 programme will provide cash payouts. There will be no guaranteed variable remuneration. Other benefitsBenefits that are not directly related to fixed and variable pay, such as car allowance, should facilitate the execution of duties and be in line with standard practices in the market for this target group. PensionPension benefits are to comply with Swedish laws and relevant collective agreements, and be limited to ITP plans (supplementary pension for salaried employees in industry and commerce). Gränges thus has both defined contribution and defined benefit commitments based on individual circumstances. Pension terms are to be in line with market norms. The retirement age for the CEO is 65. The retirement age for other senior executives is 60–65, depending on in which country they are employed. Period of notice of terminationThe contract between the company and Chief Executive Officer stipulates a mutual 12-month period of notice. Additionally, in the case of termination by the company, severance pay is payable without deduction for an additional twelve months. The contracts between the company and other senior executives stipulate a mutual six-month period of notice. Additionally, in case of termination by the company, severance pay is payable of an additional 12 months, without deduction for the first six months. Information on remuneration decided on previously and not yet due for paymentIn connection with the IPO, Gränges introduced a long-term share-based incentive programme (LTI 2014) decided on previously for senior executives and other key individuals in the company. LTI 2014 is described above. More information on this programme is available at www.granges.com and in the company’s 2014 corporate governance statement. Other informationIf a Board member performs other duties on behalf of the company in addition to work on the Board, a consulting fee and other compensation are payable for such work. The Board of Directors may deviate from these guidelines if in an individual case there are special reasons for doing so. Deviation from the guidelines based on special reasons is limited. Resolution on a long-term incentive programme (item 16)The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM passes a resolution on a long-term incentive programme (LTI 2015) for the Management Team and certain key individuals to supplement the annual short-term incentive programme (STI  2015) according to the following main principles: •           STI 2015 measures adjusted operating profit (50%), improvement of capital employed (25%) and individual performance (25%), for a maximum payout of 60% of annual basic pay. •           LTI 2015 where a payout equivalent to the amount for STI 2015 is allocated, is indexed to Gränges’ total return and paid out proportionately on an annual basis over a period of three years (vesting periods) provided that the individual remains in Gränges’ employ. Purpose of Gränges LTI 2015The purpose of Gränges LTI 2015 is to provide remuneration in line with market norms and at the same time stimulate a long-term commitment to Gränges by linking the participants’ remuneration to the interests of the shareholders by indexing to Gränges’ total return. LTI 2015 is also expected to help Gränges retain and recruit key individuals. The role of Gränges’ Board of Directors in LTI 2015Gränges’ Board of Directors is authorised to interpret LTI 2015, including but not limited to: •           Deciding on the participants in LTI 2015 •           Deciding on the participants’ payout from LTI 2015, including determining the development of the total return during the vesting period. •           Adjusting the terms and conditions for LTI 2015 to comply with laws, regulations etc. •           Adjusting the payout for LTI 2015 in the event significant changes take place affecting the Gränges Group or its business environment, resulting in a situation where the terms of LTI 2015 are deemed inappropriate. Participation in LTI 2015 •           Payments within the framework of LTI 2015 will only be made to participants who remain in the Gränges Group’s employ, provided that no local laws or regulations exist entitling participants to LTI payouts. Deviations from this principle (so-called “good leaver” agreements) must be approved by Gränges’ Board. Administration, payout and paymentsIndexing of the total return in LTI 2015 is calculated as follows: •           Starting point: The average closing price for the Gränges share on NASDAQ Stockholm during the ten trading days after the publication date for the 2015 year-end release. •           Dividends: Dividends during the respective vesting periods will increase the percentage value of LTI 2015, where the percentage is calculated as the dividend in SEK divided by the closing price on the dividend date (the Thomson method). •           Ending points: The average closing price for the Gränges share on NASDAQ Stockholm during the ten trading days after the publication dates for the year-end releases for the years 2016, 2017 and 2018. Payouts take place from LTI 2015 in connection with payouts from STI, provided written approval has been received from Gränges’ Board of Directors. The total payout from STI and paying LTI programmes may not exceed 150% of annual basic pay as of the date of the payout. The maximum total payout from LTI 2015 is SEK 7 million. Gränges’ Annual General Meeting is to decide on new long-term incentive programmes every year. Resolution on issue authorisation (item 17)The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM passes a resolution on issue authorisation according to the following main terms: The Board of Directors is to be authorised to, on one or more occasions until the next AGM, issue new shares and/or convertible bonds as follows: The issue must be able to take place without deviating from the preferential rights of the shareholders. Through authorised decisions, a total maximum number of shares may be issued in a new share issue and/or through the conversion of convertible bonds equivalent to 10% of the total number of outstanding shares in the company on the date of the AGM’s authorisation resolution (this does not prevent convertibles being associated with conversion terms which, if applied, may result in a different number of shares). This authorisation is to include the right to issue shares for cash payment, payment by an in-kind capital contribution or payment through offsetting, and otherwise in compliance with the terms in Chapter 2 Section 5, second paragraph 1–3 and 5 of the Swedish Companies Act. Cash or offset issues deviating from shareholders’ preferential rights must take place on market terms. The reason for the proposal and the possibility of deviating from the shareholders’ preferential rights is to allow for flexibility in connection with any acquisitions or capital procurements. The Board of Directors, or a party designated by the Board, has the right to decide on minor changes to the AGM’s resolution that may be necessary in connection with registration of the resolution with the Swedish Companies Registration Office or due to other formal requirements. SPECIAL MAJORITY REQUIREMENTFor a decision according to item 17 on issue authorisation to be valid, the proposal must be agreed to by shareholders representing at least two thirds of both the votes cast and the shares represented at the AGM. DOCUMENTSCopies of the Board’s and the Nomination Committee’s full proposals, including the Board’s and the auditor’s statements, as well as accounting documents and the audit report for 2014 will be available from the company directly and on the company’s website, www.granges.com, no later than 13 April 2015 and will be immediately dispatched at no cost for the recipient to the shareholders who request them and provide their postal address. The documents will also be available at the Annual General Meeting. NUMBER OF SHARES AND VOTESThe total number of shares in the company as of the issue date for the notice of the meeting is 74,639,386 shares, which is equivalent to 74,639,386 votes. As of the same date, the company is holding no shares in treasury. INFORMATION AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGThe Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer may, at the request of any of the shareholders and if the Board deems it possible without causing material harm to the company, provide information at the AGM on circumstances that may impact the assessment of an item on the agenda, circumstances that may impact the assessment of the company’s or the parent company’s financial situation, the consolidated financial statements and the company’s relationship with other Group companies. Shareholders wishing to submit questions in advance may do so to the company’s General Counsel, Niclas Nelson at the above address. ____________ Stockholm, March 2015Gränges AB (publ)Board of Directors For further information, please contact:Pernilla Grennfelt, Director Communications and IR of Grängespernilla.grennfelt@granges.com, tel: +46 702 90 99 55 Gränges discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instrument Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 14.00 CET on Tuesday, 24 March 2015. About GrängesGränges is a leading global supplier of rolled products for producers of brazed aluminum heat exchangers. The Company develops, produces and markets highly advanced materials that enhance the production economy of the customer manufacturing process and the performance of the final product, the brazed heat exchanger. Gränges has its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden and operates in three geographical regions: Europe, Asia and the Americas. The Company operates production, research and development facilities in Finspång and Shanghai with total annual capacity of approximately 210,000 metric tonnes. The Company was originally founded in 1896, and the current operation was started in 1972 when the Company started to develop brazed heat exchanger material. Gränges has approximately 950 employees. For more information about Gränges, please visit www.granges.com.

Entrada Group Breaks Ground on New $50 Million Celaya, Guanajuato Manufacturing Campus

March 24, 2015 (Austin, TX) – Entrada Group, a US-based company that owns and manages manufacturing campuses in Mexico to support international manufacturers seeking to enhance their competitiveness, has launched its new campus in Celaya, Guanajuato. The Mexican state of Guanajuato is at the heart of one of the fastest-expanding regions for automotive and aerospace production in the world, and this campus is ideally located to provide an advanced manufacturing location to suppliers of these industries. Occupancy for the new park, which will offer 1 million sq ft at full buildout, will begin in the summer of 2015. Entrada’s expanding footprint in Mexico builds on its existing 1 million sq ft manufacturing campus in Fresnillo, Zacatecas in Northern Mexico. For over a decade, Entrada’s Zacatecas campus has been home to small and midsized manufacturers that – as members of the Entrada community – benefit from the competitive advantages garnered from Entrada’s unique business model. “The support that we provide has always been about creating a sustainable cost structure for our members, providing them with the resources and support they need for Mexico production – from risk mitigation and advocacy to Human Resources and recruiting, logistics and other crucial, shared General & Administrative support services,” says Doug Donahue, Entrada’s Vice President of Business Development. “In Celaya, we will extend these benefits to suppliers that want to be in close proximity to the large cluster of international Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) that populate this region.” Entrada’s members operate in a community setting in which there is an expressed written commitment by all members to work under mutually beneficial core principles that enable greater economies of scale, better management of resources and shared manufacturing knowledge. Thanks to a dedicated shared services support team, clients benefit from having the breadth and capabilities of a more experienced staff at a lower cost. Moreover, they enjoy advantages such as consolidated freight and volume purchasing, as well as the full scalability of local talent and facilities. New Celaya Manufacturing Campus Entrada’s new Celaya campus will be shared among 15 buildings over a 24 hectare (60 acre) area. The well-situated park will be just ten minutes from Celaya. On completion, Entrada’s total investment in its new Celaya campus will be approximately $50 million. Like a wide range of OEMs and large suppliers that produce in Guanajuato, Entrada will leverage in Celaya an ample pool of labor, with experienced indirects and a skilled workforce available locally. About Entrada GroupEntrada Group offers small-to-midsize manufacturers expanding to Mexico a proven, turnkey system for long-term growth. The Entrada system enables manufacturers to: swiftly establish production capabilities at  lower cost and risk; operate within secure manufacturing campuses and facilities strategically located in north and central Mexico; and focus on and control production while enjoying the benefits of Entrada’s shared service operations. www.entradagroup.com                                                        

Motorsport simulator manufacturer presents new vehicle dynamics-focused training simulator for high speed boat operations

Cruden, the Amsterdam-based designer and manufacturer of professional, motion-based simulators, simulator software, surface and vehicle models, will show a highly accurate and realistic, full motion power boat technology demonstrator simulator at the 7th HSBO (High Speed Boat Operations) Forum in Lisbon in May. Using detailed modelling and motion cueing techniques as well as professional image generation developed in the automotive and motorsport industries (including Formula 1TM), the simulator is designed to set a new training standard for offshore, coastguard, naval, search and rescue, and security and control applications. The simulator was developed with data gathered from the Dutch military on its fast interceptor vessels and security boats and Florida powerboat specialists. “We are excited to announce our entry into the marine simulation market. We believe our high speed boat simulator is one of the first to combine real boat and associated hardware with professional wave and boat dynamics models and image generation for power boat training scenarios,” says Maarten van Donselaar, CEO of Cruden. “While scenario-based simulator training is commonplace in the marine sector, this tends to be focused on larger craft. We are offering a new solution for training in critical safety and boat handling situations where motion, forces and dynamic feedback play an important part. We want to bring renowned Cruden technology to improve safety and reduce costs to new applications.” Simulator highlights: · 6-DOF 640 motion system · Range of hulls available. (Cruden will bring an open cockpit demonstrator to the HSBO Forum.) · Shock-mitigating seat by Ullman Dynamics · SIMRAD NSS7 and NSS12 EVO2 Chartplotter/multifunction displays · Customers will be able to integrate their own hardware, if required · Display either with on- or off-board projection systems · Service and maintenance packages. “We look forward to presenting the high speed boat simulator to the HSBO Forum community in May. The reaction from the organisers and our partners has been very positive so far,” concludes Maarten van Donselaar. ## About Cruden Cruden is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of professional, interactive, motion-based simulators. The company develops the most high tech, realistic and accurate professional equipment for the top levels of international motorsport, including Formula 1, as well as vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers. Cruden’s heritage is in the development of professional simulators for the aerospace, marine and automotive industries. Originating from Fokker Aircraft Company in the late 1990s, the company was called FCS Racing Simulation before becoming Cruden in 2006. Press Enquiries Claire Dumbreck, Unit 4, Manor Farm Offices, Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, UK, CV47 2YY. +44 (0)1295 770602 / +44 (0) 7768 773857 c.dumbreck@cruden.comCruden HSBO Powerboat PHYse (http://mb.cision.com/Public/142/9744937/a889e94783364bcc.html)

Swedish logistics company, Skandiatransport, chooses Proact as data centre partner

Skandiatransport is a leading logistics partner to the automotive industry, with 350 employees at four sites in Sweden. The company has a small IT department which has dealt with operations in-house to date. The company has now reassessed this strategy as a consequence of rapid technical development in the field of data centres and other factors. Skandiatransport’s investment in a new business system, which made significantly more stringent demands in terms of uptime, was a crucial factor in this decision. Any IT downtime in excess of a few hours was deemed to be unacceptable, and the existing infrastructure was incapable of meeting this requirement. Skandiatransport also deals with heavy duty applications with advanced integration with customers and their IT systems, constituting a vital part of their ongoing provision. There was a need for reinforcement here, with demands for greater effort on the part of Skandiatransport’s IT specialists. “We wanted to shift the emphasis from operations to our applications, enabling our IT specialists to work with the things we should be best at and where we add the greatest value – to provide a strong resource for customers,” says Helena Engström, Chief Project Officer at Skandiatransport. This naturally led to a decision being made to hand over operations to a supplier with the resources and knowledge needed to manage the Skandiatransport data centre in a manner equivalent to current requirements, with access to the latest technology and all the expertise required to manage it. The company carried out extensive evaluation work and accepted proposals from various suppliers. “Proact has demonstrated a lot of commitment to and interest in supplying us with a solution which meets our precise requirements. A secure, professional IT infrastructure will now be supplied to us as a service, with an agreed service level,” says Helena Engström. Skandiatransport chose Proact’s offer for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), a private cloud service offering capacity for servers, storage and networks and operations at a predefined price. IaaS provides enormous flexibility in terms of expansion and data centre adaptation as required without requiring capital investments. “We are seeing strong movement among small and medium-sized organisations towards phasing out their own IT operations and switching instead to a service where they can receive some of the benefits of scale offered by a partner strong in resources. With IaaS, the customer reaps the rewards of an adaptable infrastructure while also enjoying greater security thanks to professional operations and support,” says Dan Mårtensson, Regional Manager at Proact.

NOTICE OF H&M’s ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2015

Shareholders of H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ) are hereby invited to the annual general meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 29 April 2015 at 3 p.m., at Victoriahallen, Stockholmsmässan, Älvsjö in Stockholm. NOTICE OF ATTENDANCEShareholders who wish to attend the AGM shall both     be entered in the company’s register of shareholders kept by Euroclear Sweden AB in their own name (not nominee-registered) by Thursday 23 April 2015 and      notify their intention to attend the annual general meeting by Thursday 23 April 2015 at the latest, in writing to the address H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB, Carola Ardéhn, 106 38 Stockholm, Sweden, by telephone to +46 (0)8 796 55 00, by fax to +46 (0)8 796 55 44 or on the company’s website at www.hm.com/agm. The attendance of any assistants (maximum two) is to be notified to the same addresses by the same date. Shareholders must state in the notice their name, civil identity number or corporate registration number, telephone number (daytime) as well as the number of shares held. In order to attend the meeting shareholders whose shares are nominee-registered must have their shares temporarily registered with Euroclear Sweden AB in their own name. Such re-registration must be effected by Thursday 23 April 2015. In order to re-register shares in time, shareholders should make the request via their nominee in good time before this date. Such registration may be temporary. Passes for those attending will be sent out from 24 April onwards. A proxy form is available on the company’s website at www.hm.com/agm. AGENDA 1. Opening of the AGM. 2. Election of a chairman for the AGM. 3. Address by CEO Karl-Johan Persson followed by an opportunity to ask questions about the company. 4. Establishment and approval of voting list. 5. Approval of the agenda. 6. Election of people to check the minutes. 7. Examination of whether the meeting was duly convened. 8. a.  Presentation of the annual accounts and auditor’s report as well as the consolidated accounts and consolidated auditor’s report, and auditor’s statement on whether the guidelines for remuneration to senior executives applicable since the last AGM have been followed.b.  Statement by the company’s auditor and the chairman of the auditing committee.c.  Statement by the chairman of the board on the work of the board.d.  Statement by the chairman of the nomination committee on the work of the nomination committee. 9. Resolutionsa.  Adoption of the income statement and balance sheet as well as the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet.b.  Disposal of the company’s earnings in accordance with the adopted balance sheets, and record date.c.  Discharge of the members of the board and CEO from liability to the company.10. Establishment of the number of board members and deputy board members.11. Establishment of fees to the board and auditors.12. Election of board members and chairman of the board.13. Establishment of principles for the nomination committee and election of members of the nomination committee.14. Resolution on guidelines for remuneration to senior executives.15. Resolutions on the following matters initiated by shareholder Thorwald Arvidsson:a)  Amendment of the articles of association as follows (section 5): Both series A shares and series B shares shall be entitled to one vote.b)  Instruct the board to write to the government petitioning that as soon as possible write to the government requesting that an investigation is established with the task of speedily preparing a proposal to amend the Companies Act such that the possibility of differences in voting powers is abolished and that this must be done as soon as possible.c)  Instruct the board to take the necessary measures to – if possible – bring about a shareholders’ association in the company.16. Closing of the AGM. Nomination committeeThe current nomination committee comprises Stefan Persson, chairman of the board and also chairman of the nomination committee, Lottie Tham, Liselott Ledin (Alecta), Jan Andersson (Swedbank Robur Fonder) and Anders Oscarsson (AMF and AMF Fonder). Resolutions proposed by the nomination committeeItem 2Proposed by the nomination committee: the lawyer Sven Unger is proposed as chairman of the AGM. Item 10 – The nomination committee proposes eight board members with no deputies (previous year eight board members and no deputies). Item 11 – The nomination committee proposes that the board fees for each member elected by the general meeting are distributed as follows: chairman of the board SEK 1,550,000; members SEK 550,000; members of the auditing committee an extra SEK 125,000; and the chairman of the auditing committee an extra SEK 175,000. If the meeting approves the nomination committee’s proposal for the composition of the board, and if the number of members of the auditing committee remains as before, the total fees will be SEK 5,825,000, which is an increase of SEK 300,000. It is proposed that, as previously, the auditor’s fees be paid based on the invoices submitted. Item 12 – The nomination committee proposes the following board of directors. Re-election of all current board members: Anders Dahlvig, Lottie Knutson, Sussi Kvart, Lena Patriksson Keller, Stefan Persson, Melker Schörling, Christian Sievert and Niklas Zennström. Chairman of the board: re-election of Stefan Persson. More information on all the proposed board members can be found at www.hm.com. ESTABLISHMENT OF PRINCIPLES FOR THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE AND ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE, item 13 The nomination committee’s proposal for members is based on previously applied principles for the composition of the nomination committee, namely that the nomination committee shall consist of the chairman of the board plus four others nominated by the four largest shareholders in terms of votes, as far as can be ascertained from the register of shareholders, other than the shareholder the chairman of the board may represent. In other aspects, the proposal is also based on previously applied principles. The nomination committee’s proposals for the election of members of the nomination committee are based on shareholdings as at 28 February 2015. The nomination committee proposes that the 2015 annual general meeting passes the following resolutions. 1. That the annual general meeting appoint the chairman of the board, Lottie Tham, Liselott Ledin (nominated by Alecta), Jan Andersson (nominated by Swedbank Robur fonder) and Anders Oscarsson (nominated by AMF and AMF Fonder) as the nomination committee. This nomination committee shall take up its duties immediately. Its term of office shall continue until a new nomination committee is appointed. 2. No fees shall be paid to the members of the nomination committee. The nomination committee may charge to the company any reasonable costs for travel expenses and investigations. 3. Unless the members of the nomination committee agree otherwise, the chairman of the nomination committee shall be the member representing the largest shareholder. 4. The nomination committee shall submit proposals to the 2016 annual general meeting for:a)    election of the chairman of the meetingb)    resolution on the number of board membersc)    resolution on board fees for the chairman of the board and for each of the other members of the board (including work in board committees)d)    election of board memberse)    election of chairman of the boardf)     resolution on fees to the auditorsg)    election of nomination committee, or resolution on principles for the establishment of the nomination committee, as well as resolution on instructions for the nomination committee. 5. Should a shareholder that nominated Liselott Ledin, Jan Andersson or Anders Oscarsson notify the nomination committee that this shareholder wishes the person it nominated to be replaced (e.g. because the person concerned is no longer employed), the nomination committee shall resolve that the person concerned shall leave the committee. 6. Should a member leave the nomination committee before its work is complete and the nomination committee deems it necessary to replace this member, the nomination committee shall appoint a new member; in the first instance, a member nominated by the shareholder that the departing member was nominated by, provided that the shareholder remains one of the five largest shareholders in the company. 7. Should a shareholder that nominated Liselott Ledin, Jan Andersson or Anders Oscarsson no longer be one of the five largest shareholders in the company, the nomination committee may resolve that the member nominated by that shareholder shall leave the committee. In which case, and even in the event that the nomination committee resolves that the member concerned shall not leave the committee, the nomination committee may appoint a new, or additional, member; in the first instance, a member nominated by the shareholder that is now one of the five largest shareholders. 8. Should a shareholder invited by the nomination committee to propose a member decline to make a proposal, the nomination committee shall invite the next largest shareholder that has not previously nominated a member of the nomination committee. 9. Changes to the composition of the nomination committee shall be published as soon as possible. Resolutions proposed by the boardDIVIDEND AND RECORD DATE, item 9 bThe board has proposed a dividend to the shareholders of SEK 9.75 per share. The board of directors has proposed Monday 4 May 2015 as the record date. If the resolution is passed, dividends are expected to be paid out by Euroclear Sweden AB on Thursday 7 May 2015. PROPOSED RESOLUTION ON GUIDELINES FOR REMUNERATION TO SENIOR EXECUTIVES, item 14 The board’s proposal to the annual general meeting on 29 April 2015 in respect of guidelines for remuneration of senior executives is essentially the same as the guidelines adopted at the 2014 annual general meeting. The board considers it of the utmost importance that senior executives are paid competitive, attractive remuneration at a market level, as regards both fixed and variable compensation, based on responsibilities and performance. The board’s proposed remuneration is in the best interests of the company and its shareholders from a growth perspective, since it helps motivate and retain talented and committed senior executives. Like the guidelines adopted at the 2014 annual general meeting, the board’s proposal to the 2015 annual general meeting for guidelines for remuneration of senior executives is divided into two parts: general guidelines and supplementary guidelines. The general guidelines are aimed at a group of around 50 senior executives and are based on performance in the previous year, linked to certain quantifiable targets set in advance. The supplementary guidelines are aimed at some of these individuals. The supplementary guidelines are based on performance compared with targets set, but are also conditional upon the senior executive remaining employed by the H&M group for at least five years. The board’s reasoning for the supplementary guidelines is as follows: in view of H&M’s strong expansion phase and the important development phase that H&M is in, including multi-brand and multi-channel developments, the aim is to ensure that these key individuals in senior positions remain with the H&M group during this important development phase. Below is a more detailed account of the board’s proposal to the 2015 AGM for general and supplementary guidelines: General guidelinesThe term "senior executives" covers the CEO, other members of executive management, country managers and certain key individuals. The number of individuals covered by the term senior executives is currently around 50. Compensation for senior executives is based on factors such as work tasks, expertise, position, experience and performance. Senior executives are compensated at what are considered by the company to be competitive market rates. Senior executives are also entitled to the benefits provided under the H&M Incentive Program. H&M is present in more than 40 countries excluding franchise markets and levels of compensation may therefore vary from country to country. Senior executives receive a fixed salary, pension benefits and other benefits such as car benefits. The largest portion of the remuneration consists of the fixed salary. For information on variable components, see the section below. In addition to the ITP plan, executive management and certain key individuals are covered by either a defined benefit or defined contribution pension plan. The retirement age for these individuals varies between 60 and 65 years. Members of executive management and country managers who are employed by a subsidiary abroad are covered by local pension arrangements and a defined contribution plan. Other than the ITP plan, no defined benefit pension plans have been taken out for executive management since 2005. The retirement age for these is in accordance with local retirement age rules. The cost of these commitments is partly covered by separate insurance policies. The period of notice for senior executives varies from three to twelve months. No severance pay agreements exist within H&M other than for the CEO. Pension terms etc. for the CEOThe retirement age for the CEO is 65. The CEO is covered by the ITP plan and a defined contribution plan. The total pension cost shall amount in total to 30 percent of the CEO’s fixed salary. The CEO is entitled to 12 months’ notice. In the event that the company cancels the CEO’s employment contract, the CEO will also receive severance pay of an extra year’s salary. Variable remunerationThe CEO, country managers, certain senior executives and certain key individuals are included in a bonus scheme. The size of the bonus per person is based on the fulfilment of targets in their respective areas of responsibility. The result is linked to the measurable profit targets (qualitative, quantitative, general, individual) set in advance within their respective areas of responsibility. These targets also include measurable targets for sustainability. The targets within each area of responsibility are aimed at promoting H&M’s development in both the short and the long term. For the CEO the maximum bonus is SEK 0.9 m net after tax. For other senior executives the maximum bonus is SEK 0.3 m net after tax. Net after tax means that income tax and social security costs are not included in the calculation. The bonuses that are paid out must be invested entirely in shares in the company, which must be held for at least five years. Since H&M is present in markets with varying personal income tax rates, the net model has been chosen because it is considered fair that the recipients in the different countries should be able to purchase the same number of H&M shares for the amounts that are paid out. In individual cases other members of executive management, key individuals and country managers may, at the discretion of the CEO and the chairman of the board, receive one-off payments of up to a maximum of 30 percent of their fixed yearly salary. Supplementary guidelinesIn addition to the general guidelines, the board has prepared supplementary guidelines for certain managers and other key individuals, such that these individuals are covered by both the general guidelines and the supplementary guidelines. The CEO is not, however, included in the supplementary guidelines. Remuneration according to the supplementary guidelines is based on performance compared with targets set, but is also conditional upon the senior executive remaining employed by the H&M group for at least five years. The five-year rule applies with effect from the year that the annual general meeting adopted the arrangement – which was at the annual general meeting in spring 2014 – up to and including the month of May five years later, i.e. in 2019. Provided that the abovementioned criteria are met, the senior executives covered by the supplementary guidelines are thus entitled to a cash payment after five years. At individual level, the cash payment may vary between SEK 0.5 m and SEK 5 m net after tax; the exact distribution per individual will be decided by the CEO and the chairman of the board. Cost to H&M: The total cost to the company is estimated at around SEK 30 m per year including social security costs over five years. MiscellaneousThe board of directors may deviate from the guidelines for remuneration of senior executives in individual cases where there is a particular reason for doing so. Where a board member performs work for the company in addition to his or her board work, a separate fee may be paid for this. This also applies if the work is performed by a company wholly or partly owned by the board member. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Information at the AGMShareholders are entitled to certain information at the AGM. The board of directors and the CEO shall, if any shareholder so requests and the board of directors believes that it can be done without material harm to the company, provide information regarding circumstances that may affect the assessment of an item on the agenda, circumstances that may affect the assessment of the financial situation of the company or its subsidiaries, and the company’s relations with another company within the group.Anyone wishing to submit questions in advance may do so to: H & M Hennes & Mauritz ABThe Board of DirectorsAtt: Carola Ardéhn106 38 StockholmSweden Or by e-mail: hm29april@hm.com Number of shares and votesThere are 194,400,000 class A shares in the company with ten votes per share and 1,460,672,000 class B shares with one vote per share, with the result that the total number of shares in H&M is 1,655,072,000 and the total number of votes is 3,404,672,000. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The annual report for 2014 will be published at www.hm.com on 27 March 2015. It will then be available at H&M’s head office, Mäster Samuelsgatan 46A, 106 38 Stockholm and will be sent out to shareholders submitting such a request and stating their postal address. The annual report will be presented at the meeting, as will the auditor’s report, auditor’s statement and the board’s reasoned statement concerning payment of dividend. Stockholm, March 2015The Board of Directors---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contacts:Kristina Stenvinkel, Head of Communications                 +46 (0)8 796 3908Nils Vinge, Head of Investor Relations                            +46 (0)8 796 5250Jan Andersson, member of the nomination committee    +46 (0)76 139 5500 Press images and background information for editorial use can be downloaded from www.hm.com The information in this notice is that which H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ) is required to disclose under stock market rules. It was released for publication at 08:00 (CET) on 25 March 2015. The notice of the annual general meeting will be published on 25 March 2015 on the company’s website www.hm.com/agm and on 27 March 2015 in the newspapers DN and SvD, as well as in Post- och Inrikes Tidningar on the website of Bolagsverket, the Swedish Companies Registration Office. H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ) was founded in Sweden in 1947 and is quoted on Nasdaq Stockholm. The company’s business concept is to offer fashion and quality at the best price. In addition to H&M, the Group includes the brands COS, Monki, Weekday, Cheap Monday and & Other Stories as well as H&M Home. Today the H&M Group has more than 3,500 stores in 57 markets, including franchise markets. In 2014, sales including VAT amounted to just over SEK 176 billion and the number of employees was more than 132,000. For further information, visit www.hm.com.

TIDAL High Fidelity Music Streaming Service Continues Rapid Expansion

TIDAL is now live in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, South Africa, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Singapore, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, France, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, Turkey, Sweden, Romania, Slovenia, Greece, Cyprus and Malta. The service will also be launched in Poland, Australia, Hong Kong, Quatar, United Arab Emirates and Germany before the end of the second quarter 2015. The ideal music service for those who care about quality, TIDAL welcomes new users to enjoy its extensive library of 25 million-plus tracks, 75,000 music videos, and curated editorial articles, features and interviews written by experts. TIDAL has spent considerable time building up its extensive catalogue of lossless HiFi-quality music and HD music videos. Available across iOS and Android devices, as well as in web browser and desktop players, TIDAL offers high fidelity, lossless sound quality to enjoy music the way it was intended by your favorite artists.  Streaming at more than four times the bit rate of competitive services, users are able to enjoy TIDAL on a wide range of the world’s finest home and portable audio products. Partnership and integration agreements have already been made with over 30 of the world’s most respected audio brands, see complete list below.   As an advertisement-free, lossless, CD-quality music and video streaming service with extensive curated editorial expertise, TIDAL is available for a monthly subscription. To experience high fidelity streaming, visit the TIDAL website at www.tidal.com. Notes to Editors TIDAL music streaming experience at a glance:  · More than 25 million music tracks  · Lossless sound quality (FLAC/ALAC 44.1kHz / 16 bit - 1411 kbps) · More than 75,000 music videos · Curated Editorial provided by experienced music journalists and industry experts · Dedicated apps available for iOS and Android phones and tablets · Web player for PC/MAC · Anthem, Airable by Tune In Media, Astell &Kern, Audeze, Audiovector, AudioQuest, Auralic, Aurender, Bel Canto, Bluesound & NAD, Dan D'Agostino, Definitive Technology, Denon HEOS, DTS Play-Fi, Dynaudio, Electrocompaniet, Harman Omni, HiFiAkademie, ickStream, JH Audio, Linn, McIntosh, Meridian, MartinLogan, Paradigm, Polk, Pro-ject, PS Audio, Raumfeld, Simple Audio, Sonos, Steinway Lyngdorf, Wadia, Wren Sound Systems with more to come. · See www.tidal.com/download for live integrations. Follow Tidal at http://facebook.com/tidal and http://twitter.com/tidal For further information or images or interview requests, visit Tidal.com or please contact: Jana Fleishman, EVP, Head of Communications, Roc Nation jf@rocnation.com Kristin Eldnes, Head of Communication, at kristin.eldnes@tidalhifi.com

Notice of general meeting in Probi AB (publ)

The shareholders of Probi AB (publ) are hereby officially convened to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will be held on Thursday 23 April 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at Elite Hotel, Ideon Gateway, Scheelevägen 27, Lund, Sweden. The intention to participate must have been notified to the company no later than Friday, 17 April 2015 at 4:00 p.m. Right to participate To be entitled to participate in the AGM, shareholders must be registered in the shareholders’ register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB as of Friday, 17 April 2015 and have notified the company of their intention to participate no later than Friday, 17 April 2015 at 4:00 p.m. Shareholders whose shares are registered with a trustee must temporarily re-register their shares in their own name with Euroclear Sweden AB to be able to participate in the Meeting. Such registration must be completed no later than Friday, 17 April 2015. This means that shareholders must notify the trustee of their intention to temporarily re-register these shares in ample time before this date. Notification of participation Notification of participation in the AGM is to be made by letter to the address Probi AB (publ), Ideon, Gamma 1, SE-223 70 Lund, Sweden, by e-mail to probi@probi.se or by telephone to +46-46-286 89 70. The application must include the shareholder’s name, personal identification number or corporate registration number and, where applicable, the number of advisors (max. two) intending to participate in the Meeting. If shareholders intend to be represented by proxy, a power of attorney and other authorisation documents must be included with the application. A power of attorney form is available from the company’s website www.probi.se. Proposed agenda 1. Opening of the meeting 2. Election of Chairman of the Meeting 3. Preparation and approval of the list of shareholders entitled to vote at the Meeting 4. Approval of the agenda 5. Election of one or two officers to verify the minutes 6. Determination of whether the Meeting has been duly convened 7. Presentation of the annual report and the auditors’ report, and the consolidated financial report and auditors’ report on the consolidated financial report 8. Address by the Chief Executive Officer 9. Motions concerning the adoption of the income statement and balance sheet, and of the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet10. Motions concerning the appropriation of the company’s profit or loss as shown in the balance sheet adopted by the Meeting11. Motions concerning the discharge of the Board of Directors and the President from personal liability for their administration12. Approval of director fees and auditors fees13. Approval of the number of Board Members and Deputy Board Members and number of Auditors and Deputy Auditors.14. Election of members of the Board and Chairman of the Board.15. Election of auditors.16. The Board’s motion concerning guidelines for remuneration of senior executives17. Appointment of a Nomination Committee18. Closing of the meeting Appendix: Notice of general meeting in Probi AB 2015. The information is such that Probi AB must disclose in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Peter Nählstedt, CEO, Probi, tel +46 46 286 89 23 or mobile +46 723 86 99 83, e-mail: peter.nahlstedt@probi.se Niklas Brandt, CFO, Probi, tel +46 46 286 89 26 or mobile +46 706 62 98 83, e-mail: niklas.brandt@probi.se ABOUT PROBI Probi AB is a Swedish publicly traded bioengineering company that develops effective and well-documented probiotics. Through its world-leading research, Probi has created a strong product portfolio in the gastrointestinal health and immune system niches. Probi’s products are available to consumers in more than 30 countries worldwide. Probi’s customers are leading food, health-product and pharmaceutical companies in the Functional Food and Consumer Healthcare segments. In 2014, Probi had sales of MSEK 135. The Probi share is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Small Cap. Probi has about 3,000 shareholders. Read more at www.probi.se

Information from Arcam Annual General Meeting March 23, 2015

Election of the Board The AGM decided to re-elect the Board members Göran Malm, Jan-Olof Brüer, Lars Bergström, Henrik Hedlund, Anna Hultin Stigenberg and Thomas Carlström. Anna Malm Bernsten was newly elected as member of the Board. Anna Malm Bernsten – operates her own consultancy company within business development and management. Former President and CEO of Carmeda AB and leading positions in international marketing and sales at Pharmacia, ASSA ABLOY and GE Healthcare. Anna is currently a board member of Medivir, Cellavision, NeuroVive, Birdstep and Chairman of the Board of Ceba / Oatley (former directorships in Fagerhult and Nolato). Board fees The AGM resolved to pay Board fees with SEK 300 000 to the Chairman of the Board, and SEK 150 000 to each member, in total SEK 1 200 000 and in addition SEK 25 000 for any possible committee work. The Nomination Committee The AGM decided that the Nomination Committee will consist of Gunnar Ek, Rolf Ekedahl and Åsa Knutsson. Åsa Knutsson, who represents the major shareholder of the company, was elected Chairman. The other members in the Nomination Committee are independent of major shareholders of the company. In case a member of the Nomination Committee leaves the committee before the AGM 2015, the other members of the Nomination Committee will have the right to appoint a new member who can replace the member who resigns. The AGM decided that a fee shall be paid with SEK 25 000 to the independent members of the Nomination Committee. The term of the Nomination Committee will work until a new committee is appointed. Gunnar Ek - member of the Nomination Committee for Aros Quality. Member of the Board at Göteborgs Spårvägar. Former vice president in Lokalnämnden (the Gothenburg Municipality's real estate management) and analyst for Aktiespararna. Rolf Ekedahl - previously member of the Arcam Board and resigned in 2013. Previously president of Munksjö AB and Board Member of Getinge AB. At present Rolf is Chairman of the Board of Expandia Moduler and also a member of the Board of Rörvik Timber, ROL and Garpco. Åsa Knutsson - Business Area Manager at Industrifonden. Shareholder representative. Renumeration to Senior Executives The AGM resolved in line with the Board’s proposal regarding the remuneration policy. In brief, this means that Arcam will offer market-based total remuneration consisting of fixed pay, earnings-based remuneration, pension and other compensations. A share savings program The AGM disapproved to launch a long-term incentive program in line with the Board’s proposal for members of the Group management team. The proposed program was not approved. Amending the Corporate Governance of ArcamThe AGM decided not to change the Corporate Governance of Arcam according to the proposed share savings program. The proposed amendment was not accepted. Authorization for the Board to decide on new share issue The AGM authorized the Board to decide on the issues of new shares, convertible debentures and subscription options. The authorization covers and overall increase of the share capital not exceedingSEK 1 800 000. The shares shall be issued at market stock price. Mölndal, March 23, 2015Arcam AB /The Board For more information: Magnus René, CEO, Arcam AB Tel: +46 31-710 32 00, mobile: +46 702-79 89 99, or e-mail: magnus.rene@arcam.com

Orexo’s annual report for 2014 released

Orexo’s annual report for the 2014 fiscal year has been published and can be downloaded from the investor section of the company’s homepage www.orexo.com/ar/2014/en/. For further information, please contact:Beata Augenblick, Investor RelationsTel: +46-18 780 88 50, E-mail: ir@orexo.com  About OrexoOrexo is an integrated pharmaceutical company with commercial operations in the United States and R&D in Sweden developing improved treatments using proprietary drug delivery. The company is commercializing its proprietary product, Zubsolv® sublingual tablets, for maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, in the United States. The Zubsolv sublingual tablet is a novel formulation of buprenorphine and naloxone using Orexo’s extensive knowledge in sublingual technologies. Orexo has a portfolio of two approved and revenue generating products currently marketed under license in the US, EU and Japan. Orexo AB, with its headquarters in Sweden, is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange (STO: ORX) and its American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) trade on the OTCQX marketplace in the U.S. under the symbol, “ORXOY”. The largest shareholders are Novo A/S and HealthCap.For information about Orexo, please visit www.orexo.com  Orexo AB (publ) discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Financial Instruments Trading Act and/or the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication at 9:30am CET on March 25, 2015.

Notice of Annual General Meeting in Thule Group AB (publ)

RIGHT TO ATTEND Shareholders who wish to attend the AGM must: ·be recorded in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB (the Swedish Central Securities Depository) on Thursday 23 April 2015, and ·notify the company of their intention to attend the AGM by Thursday 23 April 2015, preferably before 4.00 p.m. CET. In order to participate in the AGM, shareholders with nominee-registered shares should request their bank or broker to have the shares temporarily owner-registered with Euroclear Sweden AB by Thursday 23 April 2015. Shareholders are therefore requested to notify their nominees in due time before the said date. NOTICE OF ATTENDANCE Notice of attendance shall be made in writing to Thule Group AB, “AGM”, Fosievägen 13, SE-214 31 Malmö, Sweden, by telephone +46 40 635 9099, or on the company’s website, www.thulegroup.com. The notice of attendance shall state name, personal (or corporate) identity number, shareholding, telephone number and name of advisor, if any. Shareholders represented by proxy should submit a power of attorney to the company prior to the AGM. A proxy form is available at the company and on the company’s website. Representatives of a legal entity shall present a copy of the certificate of registration or similar document of authorisation. PROPOSAL FOR AGENDA 1.Opening of the Meeting 2.Election of Chairman of the Meeting 3.Preparation and approval of the voting list 4.Approval of the agenda 5.Election of two persons to approve the minutes 6.Determination of compliance with the rules of convocation 7.The CEO’s report 8.Report on the work of the Board of Directors, including the work and functions of the Remuneration Committee and the Audit Committee appointed by the Board 9.Presentation of(a) the Annual Report and the Auditor’s Repor(b) the Consolidated Accounts and the Group Auditor’s Report(c) the statement by the auditor on the compliance of the Guidelines for Remuneration to Senior Executives(d) the Board’s proposal for distribution of the Company’s profit and the Board’s reasoned statement thereon 10.Resolution regarding(a) adoption of the Income Statement and the Balance Sheet as well as the Consolidated Income Statement and the Consolidated Balance Sheet(b) dispositions in respect of the company’s profit according to the adopted Balance Sheet and determination of the record date for dividend(c) discharge from liability of the Board of Directors and CEO 11.Establishment of the number of Board members 12.Establishment of fees to the Board members 13.Election of the Board of Directors and the Chairman of the Board 14.Establishment of the auditor’s fee 15.Election of auditor 16.Resolution on principles for the Nomination Committee 17.Resolution regarding Guidelines for Remuneration to Senior Executives 18.Closing of the Meeting PROPOSALS BY THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE (item 2 and 11-15) According to the resolution of the General Meeting, the Nomination Committee in respect of the AGM 2015 shall consist of representatives of the four largest share-holders registered in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB as at30 November 2014 and the Chairman of the Board. Accordingly, the Nomination Committee has consisted of Fredrik Näslund (appointed by NC Outdoor VI AB and NC Outdoor VII AB), Anders Oscarsson (appointed by AMF Försäkring och Fonder), Charlotta Faxén (appointed by Lannebo Fonder), Mathias Leijon (appointed by Nordea Fonder) and Stefan Jacobsson, in his capacity as Chairman of the Board of Thule Group. The Nomination Committee has proposed as follows: Chairman of the AGM:Stefan Jacobsson, Chairman of the Board, shall be elected Chairman of the AGM. Board of Directors:The number of Board members shall remain unchanged at seven, without any deputies. Re-election shall be made of the board members Stefan Jacobsson, Bengt Baron, Hans Eckerström, Liv Forhaug, Lilian Fossum Biner, David Samuelson and Åke Skeppner. Stefan Jacobsson shall be re-elected Chairman of the Board. Board and Committee fees:Board fees, excluding remuneration for Committee work, shall be paid by SEK 800,000 to the Chairman of the Board and SEK 300,000 to each of the Board members elected by the AGM. Work in the Audit Committee shall be remunerated by SEK 100,000 to the Chairman of the Audit Committee. For committee work in general no remuneration shall be paid in excess of the ordinary Board fee. Auditor and Auditor’s fee:KPMG AB shall be elected auditor and the auditor’s fee shall be paid according to approved invoice. DIVIDEND (item 10 (b)) The Board and the CEO have proposed that a dividend of SEK 2.00 per share for 2014 shall be declared. Further, it is proposed that the dividend shall be paid in two partial payments for a more favourable adaptation to the group’s cash flow profile. The Board has proposed 4 May 2015 as record date for the first payment of SEK 1.00 and 9 October 2015 as record date for the second payment of SEK 1.00. If the AGM resolves in accordance with the proposal, the first payment by Euroclear is expected to start on 7 May 2015 and the second payment on 14 October, 2015. RESOLUTION ON PRINCIPLES FOR THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE (item 16) The Nomination Committee proposes unchanged principles for the Nomination Committee, except for a deletion of the principles for the establishment of the Nomination Committee prior to the AGM 2015, in accordance with the following. The Nomination Committee in respect of the Annual General Meeting shall be composed of the representatives of the four largest shareholders in terms of voting rights listed in the shareholders’ register maintained by Euroclear as of September 30 each year, and the Chairman of the Board of Directors, who will also convene the first meeting of the Nomination Committee. The member representing the largest share-holder in terms of voting rights shall be appointed chairman of the Nomination Committee, if not the Nomination Committee unanimously appoints someone else. If earlier than three months prior to the Annual General Meeting one or more of the shareholders having appointed representatives to the Nomination Committee no longer are among the four largest shareholders in terms of voting rights, representatives appointed by these shareholders shall resign and the shareholder or shareholders who then are among the four largest shareholders in terms of voting rights, may appoint their representatives. Should a member resign from the Nomination Committee before its work is completed and the Nomination Committee considers it necessary to replace him or her, such substitute member is to represent the same shareholder or, if the shareholder is no longer one of the largest shareholders in terms of voting rights, the largest shareholder in turn. Changes in the composition of the Nomination Committee shall be made public immediately. The composition of the Nomination Committee for the Annual General Meeting shall normally be announced no later than six months before that Meeting. Remuneration shall not to be paid to the members of the Nomination Committee. The company is to pay any necessary expenses that the Nomination Committee may incur in its work.The term of office for the Nomination Committee ends when the composition of the following Nomination Committee has been announced. The Nomination Committee shall propose the following: chairman at the General Meeting, Board of Directors, chairman of the Board of Directors, auditor, remuneration to the Board of Directors divided between the chairman and the other directors as well as remuneration for committee work, remuneration to the company’s auditor and any changes in the proposal for Nomination Committee for the Annual General meeting (if any). This instruction shall apply until further notice. GUIDELINES FOR REMUNERATION TO SENIOR EXECUTIVES (item 17) The Board proposes that the AGM resolves to adopt guidelines for the remuneration senior executives, in accordance with the following. The remuneration of senior executive management is to comprise fixed salary, possible variable salary, pension and other benefits. The total remuneration package should be based on market terms, be competitive and reflect the individual’s performance and responsibilities as well as, with respect to share based incentive schemes, the value growth of the Thule Group share benefitting the shareholders. The variable salary may comprise annual incentives in cash and long-term incentives in cash, shares and/or share-based instruments in Thule Group AB. Variable salary in cash is conditional upon the fulfilment of defined and measurable goals and should be maximized up to75 per cent of the annual fixed salary for the CEO and for the other executive management up to 60 per cent. Terms and conditions for variable salary should be designed so that the Board, if exceptional economic circumstances prevail, has the option of limiting or refraining from payment of variable salary if such a measure is considered reasonable. Pension benefits should be defined contribution. Normally, severance payment is made when employment is terminated by Thule Group. Members of the Group Management generally have a period of notice of not more than 12 months, in combination with severance pay corresponding to 6-12 months fixed salary. No severance payment will be made when employment is terminated by the employee. The Board is to have the right to depart from the guidelines resolved on by the Annual General Meeting if, in an individual case, there are special reasons for this. DOCUMENTS AND OTHER INFORMATION The company’s financial statements, auditor’s report and other documents pursuant to item 7 will be available at the company and on the company’s website, www.thulegroup.com, from 8 April 2015 at the latest and will be sent to shareholders upon request. Copies will also be available at the AGM. The Board and the CEO shall at the AGM, if any shareholder so requests and the Board believes that it can be done without significant harm to the company, provide information regarding circumstances that may affect the assessment of an item on the agenda, circumstances that can affect the assessment of the company’s or its subsidiaries’ financial position and the company’s relation to other companies within the group. The total number of shares and votes in the company amounts to 100,000,000.The company holds no own shares. Malmö in March 2015 The Board of Directors

Correction of Notice of 2015 Annual General Meeting

This is a non-official translation of the Swedish original wording. In case of differences between the English translation and the Swedish original, the Swedish text shall prevail. NOTICE OF 2015 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting of Indutrade Aktiebolag (publ) will be held at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, 29 April 2015, at IVA’s Conference Center, Grev Turegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden. A.         RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND NOTIFICATION OF ATTENDANCE To be entitled to participate at the Annual General Meeting, shareholders must be listed in the shareholder register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Thursday, 23 April 2015, and notify the Company of their intention to participate at the Meeting no later than Thursday, 23 April 2015. Notification of intention to participate at the Meeting can be made by filling out a form on Indutrade’s website, www.indutrade.se, by e-mail to info@indutrade.se, by post to Indutrade Aktiebolag, Box 6044, SE-164 06 Kista, Sweden or by phone at +46-8-703 03 00. The notification must state the shareholder’s name, national ID number/corporate registration number, address and phone number. Information provided in the notification will be data-processed and used only for the 2015 Annual General Meeting. Shareholders are entitled to bring one or two assistants. Proxies, registration certificates and other authorisation documents must be on hand at the Annual General Meeting, and should, in order to facilitate entrance to the Meeting, be sent to the Company by no later than Friday, 24 April 2015. Proxies must be presented in original. Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must request registration of their shares in their own names in the shareholder register as per Thursday, 23 April 2015, in order to be entitled to participate in the Meeting. Such registration can be temporary. B.         ITEMS OF BUSINESS B.I        Proposed agenda 1. Opening of the Meeting 2. Election of a chairman to preside over the Meeting 3. Preparation and approval of the voting list 4. Approval of the agenda 5. Election of one or two persons to check the minutes 6. Determination as to whether the Meeting has been duly convened 7. Report on the work of the Board of Directors and its committees 8. Presentation of the annual report and consolidated accounts, and in connection with that, the President’s report on operations for the year 9. Presentation of the audit report and the audit report for the group, and of the auditor’s statement regarding whether the Company has adhered to the guidelines for compensation of senior executives that have applied since the preceding Annual General Meeting 10. Resolutions on: (a) adoption of the income statement and balance sheet, and of the consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet (b) distribution of the company’s earnings in accordance with the adopted balance sheet (c) the record date, in the event the Meeting resolves to distribute profits (d) discharge from liability to the Company of the directors and the President 11. Report on the work of the Nomination Committee 12. Resolution on the number of directors and the number of auditors 13. Resolution on directors’ and auditors’ fees 14. Election of directors and the Chairman of the Board 15. Election of auditor 16. Resolution on the Board’s proposed guidelines for compensation and other terms of employment for senior executives 17. Closing of the Annual General Meeting B.II       Dividend The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 7.75 per share. Monday, 4 May 2015, is proposed as the record date for payment of the dividend. Provided that the Meeting resolves in accordance with the proposal, dividends are expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on Thursday, 7 May 2015. B.III      Election of a chairman to preside over the General Meeting, Board of Directors, etc. The Nomination Committee has been composed of Claes Boustedt (L E Lundbergföretagen), Fredrik Lundberg (Chairman of Indutrade), Gustaf Setterblad (Didner & Gerge), Göran Espelund (Lannebo Funds) and Anders Ocarsson (AMF and AMF Funds). Claes Boustedt served as Nomination Committee Chairman. The Nomination Committee proposes the following: AGM chairman: Fredrik Lundberg, Chairman of the Board of Indutrade AB Number of directors and auditors: The Board shall consist of eight directors and no deputies. A registered accounting firm is proposed as auditor of the company. Directors’ fees: A fee of SEK 520,000 is proposed for the Chairman of the Board, SEK 390,000 for the Deputy Chairman of the Board, SEK 260,000 for each of the other non-executive directors, SEK 52,000 for the Audit Committee chair and SEK 26,000 for members of the Remuneration Committee. Auditors’ fees: Fees payable on current account (unchanged). Board of Directors: Re-election of Fredrik Lundberg, Bengt Kjell, Johnny Alvarsson, Eva Färnstrand, Ulf Lundahl, Krister Mellvé and Lars Petterson. Martin Lindqvist has announced that he is not available for re-election. Katarina Martinson is proposed to be elected as a new board member. Katarina Martinson is born 1981 and holds a Master of Science in Business and Economics from Stockholm School of Economics. Since 2009, Katarina Martinson works in portfolio management for the Lundberg family and she is the principal owner and board member of Fidelio Capital AB. In addition, she is a board member of among others L E Lundbergföretagen AB and Husqvarna AB. Fredrik Lundberg is proposed to be re-elected as Chairman of the Board. Auditor: Re-election of PricewaterhouseCoopers AB as auditor of the company for the period until the end of the Annual General Meeting of 2016. B.IV      The Board’s proposed guidelines for compensation and other terms of employment for senior executives The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting adopt the following guidelines for compensation and other terms of employment for senior executives. Indutrade shall apply compensation levels and terms of employment necessary to be able to recruit and retain management with high qualifications and the ability to achieve set objectives. The forms of compensation shall motivate members of the executive management to perform their utmost in order to safeguard the interests of the shareholders. The forms of compensation shall therefore be in line with the going rate in the market and shall be straightforward, long-term and quantifiable. Compensation of members of executive management shall normally consist of a fixed and a variable portion. The fixed salary for members of the executive management shall be in line with the going rate in the market and shall be commensurate with the individual’s expertise, responsibilities and performance. The variable portion shall reward achievement of clear goals to improve the Company’s and the respective business areas’ level of earnings and the Group’s growth, in simple and transparent structures. The variable compensation component for members of the executive management shall normally not exceed seven months’ salary and may never exceed SEK 12 million. Incentive programmes in the Company shall mainly be share price related and cover persons in senior positions in the Company who have a significant influence over the Company’s results of operations and growth, and shall be based on the achievement of set targets. An incentive programme shall contribute to the long-term commitment to the Company’s development and shall be implemented on market terms. The Company may pay out monetary compensation to key executives linked to investments in shares or share-related instruments. Such monetary compensation shall normally not exceed 15 per cent of the fixed salary. Non-monetary benefits for members of the executive management shall facilitate the individuals in the execution of their duties and correspond to what can be considered to be reasonable in respect of practice in the market in which the respective executive is active. Pension terms for members of the executive management shall be in line with the going rate in the market in respect of what applies for peer executives in the market in which the executive works and should be based on a defined contribution pension solution or correspond to a public pension plan (in Sweden the ITP plan). Severance pay for members of executive management shall not exceed a total of 24 months’ salary in the event the Company serves notice, and six months in the event the member of the executive management gives notice. By executive management is meant in this context the President and CEO, the Chief Financial Officer, the Business Area presidents, the Head of Group Finance and the Group Controller. The Board’s Remuneration Committee prepares and drafts proposals for decisions regarding the terms of employment for the President, and the Board evaluates the President’s performance on a yearly basis. The Remuneration Committee also prepares and deals with guidelines for remuneration matters regarding members of the executive management, for decisions by the Board. The President consults with the Remuneration Committee regarding the terms of employment for other members of the executive management. The Board shall have the right to depart from the aforementioned guidelines for compensation of the executive management if there are special reasons in a particular case. C.         SHARES AND VOTES The number of shares and votes in the Company at the time of this notice was 40,000,000. D.         DOCUMENTS Accounting records (including the Board’s proposed distribution of profits and statement pursuant to Chapter 18, Section 4 of the Swedish Companies Act), the audit report, the Board’s complete proposal for compensation and other terms of employment for senior executives, the auditors’ statement on whether the guidelines for compensation and other terms of employment for senior executives for the time since the preceding Annual General Meeting have been adhered to and proxy forms will be available at the Company for the shareholders and on the Company’s website, www.indutrade.se, three weeks before the Annual General Meeting. These documents can also be ordered by post from Indutrade Aktiebolag, Box 6044, SE-164 06 Kista, Sweden, or by e-mail: info@indutrade.se, and will also be sent to shareholders who so request, provided they provide their postal address. The documents will also be on hand at the Annual General Meeting. E.         DISCLOSURES AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Board of Directors and President shall, if requested by any shareholder, and if the Board believes that it can be done without causing material harm to the Company, provide disclosures on conditions that could affect the assessment of a matter on the agenda, including conditions that could have an effect on the assessment of the Company’s or a subsidiary’s financial situation as well as of the Company’s relations with another Group company. A shareholder who wishes to submit questions in advance can do so by post to Indutrade AB, Box 6044, SE-164 06 Kista, Sweden, or by e-mail to info@indutrade.se. ___________________ Stockholm, March 2015 Indutrade Aktiebolag (publ) The Board of Directors

Swedbank signs acquiring agreement in Finland

“We are very happy and satisfied over the agreement with S Group that becomes a strong and dynamic long term strategic partner. Through the agreement we get a perfect platform for further expansion into Finland and the opportunity to gain new customers and serve our existing customers in this market”, says Erik Cyrus, Head of Group Cards at Swedbank. “We regularly look over our service providers. The agreement with Swedbank gives us a much cost effective solution that also the cooperative will benefit from. We also look forward to the possibilities the cooperation with such a large service provider of payment services will bring in the aspect of the continuous development and new solutions within the payment area”, says treasurer Juha Ahola from S Group Swedbank is the fifth largest acquirer in Europe and a market leader in the Nordic and Baltic region with local presence in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and the Baltic countries. Swedbank is a full range provider of acquiring services and have more than 35 years’ experience of card processing. The bank has had a leading role during the setup and development of card payments in Sweden. *SwedbankSwedbank is a modern bank firmly rooted in Swedish savings bank history. We are an inclusive bank with 8 million private customers and more than 600 000 corporate and organisational customers. This makes us Sweden’s largest bank in terms of number of customers and gives us a leading position in our other home markets of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. **S GroupS Group is the market leader in the grocery trade in Finland with a market share of approx. 46 per cent. It operates also in the consumer and durable goods trade, the service station store and fuel trade, the travel industry and hospitability business. S Group comprises of 20 independent regional and eight local cooperatives, in addition to SOK, the Helsinki-based central co-operative. S Group employs 42 000 service sector professionals and it has over 1,600 outlets in Finland, Russia and the Baltics.

Finnair to build new cargo terminal

Finnair Plc          Stock Exchange Release               25 March 2015 at 15:25  EET Finnair Board of Directors has approved an approximately 80 million euro investment in a brand new cargo terminal to be built at Helsinki Airport. The construction work of the new 35,000 m2 terminal will start in March 2015. The capacity of the new terminal has been planned according to the increasing cargo capacity offered by the Airbus A350 XWB fleet, and it will include special cargo handling areas for pharmaceutical and life science products (Pharma) as well as perishable products, including fish and seafood. The new state-of-the-art terminal will have high level of warehouse automation to ensure high quality air freight service and competitive handling cost. The terminal’s location was defined to optimize the ground transport from cargo terminal to wide-body aircraft stands at Helsinki Airport, and is planned to be opened during spring 2017 near Finnair Technical Operations area (future address Turbiinitie). Finnair cargo operations will continue in Rahtitie 1 until spring 2017, when they are transferred to the new cargo terminal. The new cargo terminal is the second largest investment at Finnair currently, following the acquisition of the new A350 aircraft. Decisions on the final ownership structure of the new terminal will be made after the construction of the new facility has been completed. “Cargo revenue is an integral revenue source for Finnair, with on average more than 17 % of intercontinental revenue coming from cargo. Over 80% of shipments transported by Finnair Cargo are transit freight and the new Airbus A350 XWB fleet will bring approximately 50% more cargo capacity by year 2020. The new, modern cargo terminal enables the smooth handling of growing cargo flows in future”, says Finnair’s Chief Commercial Officer Juha Järvinen. Finnair Plc

Handelsbanken’s Annual General Meeting 2015

BoardAt the annual general meeting on 25 March 2015, all members of the Board of Handelsbanken were re-elected, with the exception of Mr Jan Johansson and Mr Sverker Martin-Löf, who had declined re-election. Ms Lise Kaae and Mr Frank Vang-Jensen were elected as new Board members. Mr Pär Boman was elected Chairman. A list of the members of the Board can be found below. At the subsequent first Board meeting, Mr Fredrik Lundberg was appointed as Vice Chairman. AuditorsThe meeting re-elected KPMG AB and Ernst & Young AB as auditors for the period until the end of the annual general meeting to be held in 2016. These two auditing companies have appointed new auditors in charge, namely Mr George Pettersson (authorised public accountant) as auditor in charge for KPMG AB, and Mr Jesper Nilsson (authorised public accountant) as auditor in charge for Ernst & Young AB. DividendThe meeting adopted the Board’s proposal for an ordinary dividend of SEK 12.50 per share and an extra dividend of SEK 5.00 per share. The record day for the dividend is Friday, 27 March 2015. The dividend is expected to be distributed by Euroclear on Wednesday, 1 April 2015. Acquisition and divestment of the Bank’s own sharesIn accordance with the Board’s proposal, the meeting authorised the Board to resolve on the purchase of class A and/or B shares in Handelsbanken during the period until the annual general meeting in 2016, in accordance with the following conditions: · The purchases shall be made on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm AB. · The Bank may purchase a total of no more than 40,000,000 class A and/or B shares. · When they are purchased, the shares shall be paid for at a price within the registered price range at any time, or at a price in compliance with NASDAQ OMX Stockholm AB’s rules regarding volume-weighted average prices. · The aggregated holding of the Bank’s own shares, including shares in the trading book, shall not at any time exceed one-tenth of the total number of shares in the Bank. The meeting also authorised the Board a) to resolve on divestment of the Bank’s own shares, deviating from the shareholders’ preferential rights, as payment in connection with an acquisition of a company or business, and b) to resolve on divestment of the Bank’s own shares on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm AB at a price within the registered price range at any time, or in some other way than through NASDAQ OMX Stockholm AB, in order to finance acquisition of a company or business, with or without preferential rights for the shareholders, and with or without provisions on payment in kind or through a set-off. In this case, if divestment deviates from the shareholders’ preferential rights, the remuneration for shares sold must correspond to an estimated market value and be payable in forms other than cash. In other respects, the following terms shall apply: · The authorisations can be utilised on one or more occasions until the next ordinary general meeting. · The authorisation on divestment covers all class A or B shares in Handelsbanken held by the Bank at the time of the Board’s resolution. Handelsbanken has no holding of repurchased own shares. In accordance with the Board’s proposal, the AGM also resolved that, during the period until the annual general meeting in 2016, the Bank, in order to facilitate its securities operations, should have the right to acquire its own ordinary class A and/or B shares for the Bank’s trading book, on condition that its own shares in the trading book shall not at any time exceed two per cent of all shares of the Bank. The shares shall be acquired at the market price applicable at the time of purchase. Stock split and change to the articles of associationThe meeting approved the Board’s proposals 1. that each share, irrespective of class, be split into three shares (3:1 split) of the same class 2. to authorise the Board to determine a record date for the split, which must not, however, be before the date the decision is registered with the Swedish Companies Registration Office 3. that, with the purpose of adapting the limits for the number of shares and share capital, section 4, paragraphs 1-3 of the articles of association be changed as follows“The Bank’s share capital shall be at least two billion three hundred and twenty five million (2,325,000,000) Swedish kronor and at most nine billion three hundred million (9,300,000,000) Swedish kronor.The number of shares shall be at least 1,500,000,000 and at most 6,000,000,000.Two classes of shares may be issued: class A and class B. The maximum number of class A shares which may be issued is 6,000,000,000 and the maximum number of class B shares is 150,000,000” 4. to authorise the Chairman of the Board to make any adjustments needed in the decision which are required for registration at the Swedish Companies Registration Office or in Euroclear Sweden AB’s processing. Guidelines for remuneration to executive officersThe meeting approved the Board’s proposal on guidelines for remuneration and other terms of employment for executive officers of Handelsbanken, as follows. The guidelines shall not affect any remuneration previously decided for executive officers. · The aggregated total remuneration shall be on market terms. · Remuneration is paid only in the form of a fixed salary, pension provision and customary benefits. By special decision of the Board, the Bank can provide housing. Variable remuneration benefits such as bonus and percentage of profits are not paid. · The executive officers in question are included in the Oktogonen profit-sharing system on the same terms as all employees of the Bank. · The retirement age is normally 65. Retirement benefits are defined benefit or defined contribution, or a combination of the two. · The period of notice on the part of the officer is six (6) months, and on the part of Handelsbanken a maximum of twelve (12) months. If the Bank terminates the employment contract later than five (5) years after the person becomes one of the Bank’s executive officers, the period of notice is a maximum of twenty-four (24) months. No other termination benefits are paid. · The Board shall have the right in exceptional circumstances to deviate from the established guidelines if there are special reasons in an individual case. Members of the Board 2015Mr JON FREDRIK BAKSAAS, SandvikaMr PÄR BOMAN, LinköpingMr TOMMY BYLUND, LjusdalMr OLE JOHANSSON, GrankullaMs LISE KAAE, VejleMr FREDRIK LUNDBERG, DjursholmMr ANDERS NYRÉN, BrommaMs BENTE RATHE, TrondheimMs CHARLOTTE SKOG, ÖsterskärMr FRANK VANG-JENSEN, StockholmMinutes of meetingMinutes of the annual general meeting will be available on the Bank’s website www.handelsbanken.se/ireng approximately two weeks from today’s date. For more information about Handelsbanken, see: www.handelsbanken.com (http://www.handelsbanken.se)

Hop aboard for one of the country's longest Easter trails!

For most people, following an Easter trail involves wandering around a garden or park, but the North Yorkshire Moors Railway has one of the longest Easter trails in the country, stretching the 18 miles between Pickering and Grosmont, and running from Saturday 28 March to Sunday 12 April! Needless to say, participants do not need to walk a 36 mile round trip to complete the fun trail, but rather hop aboard one of the heritage trains running along the world’s most popular heritage railway.  Trail sheets are available from Pickering and Grosmont, with clues to be found at both stations, as well as Levisham and Goathland in between.  Anyone completing the trail has a chance to win a family ticket for a return visit to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway later in the season. “The start of the school Easter holidays coincides with the start of our daily operation season, with several services running daily between Pickering and Grosmont, continuing up to Whitby, where visitors can see the new platform that we officially opened earlier this month,” comments marketing manager, Danielle Ramsey.  “With the scenery constantly changing throughout the season as trees and hedgerows return to life, you’ll never have two journeys the same on the railway, and for enthusiasts, we’ve got a great variety of engines working the route this season!” For the 2015 season, passengers can start (and end) their experience at the Mulberries Tea Room and Terrace in Pickering, which is now owned and operated by NYMR.  “We’ve been offering wonderful food and hospitality on our Pullman service for some time, but now people in Pickering can enjoy wonderful seasonal menus and treats whilst they watch the engines pull into the station,” adds Danielle.  The tea room is located at the south end of Pickering Station and will remain open all year round. Shortly after Easter, the railway will host the Spring Steam Gala over two weekends (17 – 19 April and 24 – 26 April) when ‘Kinlet Hall’ along with The Lancashire Fusilier and other guest engines join NYMR’s home fleet for a celebration of steam! For more information about timetables and fares for all services along the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, please visit www.nymr.org.uk or call 01751 472508 ENDS For further media information or photographs, please contact: Jay Commins Pyper York Limited Tel:         01904 500698 Email:    jay@pyperyork.co.uk

Finnair CEO Pekka Vauramo at the AGM: 2015 marks a new phase for Finnair, fuelled by new aircraft and service renewal

“Year 2014 was a challenging one, but we have good reasons to be optimistic about the future. Year 2015 marks a significant new phase for us”, said Finnair CEO Pekka Vauramo in the company’s Annual General Meeting today. “We have successfully completed a broad, three-year savings program,” says Vauramo. “Cost control naturally continues, but our focus is now strongly on increasing revenues. We are developing ancillary services systematically based on data collected from approximately 8000 of our customers in Europe and Asia, on what services they want and what they are willing to pay for.” Vauramo lists new meal services on board, full flat Business Class seats, Economy Comfort seats and the new Light ticket type as good examples of service renewal. In addition the company has begun investing in different digital services. Fleet renewal brings competitiveness and approximately 1 000 new jobs in five years According to Vauramo, Finnair's fleet renewal plays a key role in the company's new phase. In the second half of this year, Finnair will be the first European airline to operate the next-generation Airbus A350 XWB aircraft. “The first long-haul operation with the new aircraft is at the end of October, and Shanghai, Beijing and Bangkok are the first destinations,” Vauramo says. “On these Asian routes we get the most out of our new aircraft. The new aircraft will improve our product, decrease costs and also decrease our CO2 emissions.” “As the fleet investment program proceeds, our long-haul will start to grow in 2016. We seek growth in traffic and in revenue with these aircraft. As we are now more cost-effective, thanks to our structural changes, I believe we have a strong foundation to produce results with the new fleet,” Vauramo estimates. “Growth also creates jobs. Every new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft that grows our fleet will create approximately 200 jobs at Finnair. Half of this is flying personnel, and the other half is in other functions,” Vauramo stresses. “Increasing the fleet size by five long-haul aircraft will create approximately 1000 jobs in Finnair in the next five years. The company employed approximately 4500 persons at the end of 2014. Finnair continues to seek growth in Asia, where the company now has more than 70 flights per week. Economic growth in Asia continues, but there are growth opportunities also in North America. Finnair is opening a new route to Chicago this June. Successful savings program enabled move towards growth strategy Klaus Heinemann, Chairman of the Finnair Board of Directors, stressed in his opening speech the importance of reaching collective labor and savings agreements with all personnel groups through negotiations in 2014.  “For this, I want to express my sincere and warm thanks to the whole Finnair personnel. We are very fortunate that we are not in the same position as some of our competitors who have struggled with strikes during this and last year,” Heinemann said. Heinemann also highlighted the significance of 2015. “We are now moving to a new phase, where in line with our strategy, we seek to grow revenue. Even if the changes ahead are positive in nature, they will not be easy, as launching new products and taking new aircraft into use always requires an organization to learn new things and move away from old ways of working. I believe that the Finnair team is well aware of the great opportunities the upcoming changes of 2015 offer us to improve our performance, and the Finnair spirit will support the performance of the team." Discussion still needed on ownership structure and the financial challenges of domestic flying Chairman of the Board Heinemann reminded the shareholders of the wish he made last year, and called for continuation of constructive discussion in Finland on Finnair ownership structure and the company's future in the consolidating aviation market: “I believe that Finnair's future matters to the whole Finnish national economy, and hence it would be worthwhile to consider how the good air connections in Finland could best be secured in this consolidating world.” Heinemann also brought up the challenges of Finnair's domestic flying. “Our business on domestic routes has been financially in the red for a long time,” he said. “I understand the national concern in Finland over maintaining air connections.” Heinemann also said he had familiarized himself with the Finnish aviation strategy published by the Ministry of Transportation. He pointed out that a responsible Board of Directors has a legal obligation to address the challenge presented by domestic flying. “Finnair has expressed interest in taking part in discussions on the different ways demand for aviation could be stimulated in Finland,” he added. Heinemann also noted that it is important to separate the obligation of the public sector to provide a service, and the obligations of a listed company. 

ASSA ABLOY acquires Quantum Secure in the US

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

Annual General Meeting of AB SKF

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

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

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

Turkcell General Assembly Meeting approved dividends proposal

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

Tele2 AB: Annual Report 2014

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

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

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

SEQR launches in Italy. US and UK next in line

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