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Nomination Committee’s proposal regarding the Board of Directors of Catena AB

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In preparation for the Annual General Meeting of Catena AB (publ) on 29 April 2021, the company’s Nomination Committee announces its proposal regarding Chairman of the Board and other Board members.

11 March 2021, 08:30 a.m.

The Nomination Committee proposes:

  • that the number of Board members remains seven
  • re-election of Magnus Swärdh, Katarina Wallin, Hélène Briggert, Vesna Jovic and Caesar Åfors and that Gustaf Hermelin be re-elected as the Chairman of the Board
  • that Lennart Mauritzson will be newly elected as Board member

Tomas Andersson has declined re-election.

Lennart Mauritzson, who is proposed to be newly elected, was born in 1967 and has a M.Sc in Business Administration. He is CEO of Backahill AB, previously he has held leading positions within Thule Group AB, Beijer Electronics AB and Cardo AB, among others.

The Nomination Committee’s other proposals to the Annual General Meeting of Catena on 29 April 2021 will be presented in the notice to attend the meeting that will be published on 26 March.

The Nomination Committee in preparation for the 2021 Annual General Meeting consists of:

Anders Nelson, Chairman of the Nomination Committee, appointed by Backahill Inter AB
Johannes Wingborg, appointed by Länsförsäkringar Fondförvaltning AB 
Gustaf Hermelin, Chairman of the Board (SFU Sverige AB)
Olof Nyström, appointed by Fjärde AP-fonden

Combined, the Nomination Committee represents approximately 42 percent of the votes in Catena as per 1 March 2021.

For further information, please contact
Anders Nelson, Chairman of the Nomination Committee
Tel. +46 (0)704-31 05 45

Catena is a listed property company that, through collaboration sustainably develops, owns and manages efficient logistics facilities. Its strategically located properties supply the Scandinavian metropolitan areas and are adapted for both current and future goods flows.. The overall objective is to generate strong cash flow, enabling stable development and providing shareholders a favourable total return in the long term. As of 31 December 2020, the properties had a total value of SEK 18,612.4 million. Catena’s shares are traded on NASDAQ Stockholm, Large Cap.

This information is such that Catena AB (publ) is obliged to publish under the EU Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) 596/2014. The information was provided by the above contact persons for publication at the time stated above.