The nomination committee's proposal for the board of HiQ International AB (publ)

The Chairman of the Board, Anders Ljungh has informed the Nomination Committee in HiQ International AB that he declines re-election at the Annual General Meeting 2016.

Anders Ljungh has been member of the Board for 15 years, out of which the last 13 as Chairman of the Board.

The Nomination Committee proposes unanimously that:

  • The Board shall consist of 7 Board members, without deputies.
  • Re-election of Gunnel Duveblad, Ken Gerhardsen, Ulrika Hagdahl, Erik Hallberg, Johanna Fagrell Köhler, Raimo Lind and Lars Stugemo.
  • Election of Gunnel Duveblad as Chairman of the Board.

Gunnel Duveblad has been a board member in HiQ since 2007. Gunnel Duveblad has many years of operative experience from the industry, with leading roles within EDS and IBM, on Nordic as well as European level. Today Gunnel Duveblad is, for example, Chairman of the boards of Team Olivia AB, Global Scanning A/S and Stiftelsen Ruter Dam, as well as member of the boards of i.e. PostNord and Sweco.

"As Chairman of the Board for more than a decade, Anders Ljungh has been one of the key figures behind HiQ's successful development. He deserves all our appreciation for his efforts," says Jan Andersson, chairman of the Nomination Committee.
The Nomination Committee's complete proposal will be published in connection with the Notice to the Annual General Meeting. The Annual General Meeting for 2015 will take place on 22 March 2016 at 10.00 (CET) at HiQ's 9th floor office at Regeringsgatan 20 in Stockholm.

The Nomination Committee of HiQ International AB consists of Jan Andersson, Swedbank Robur Fonder, Björn Henriksson, Nordea funds, Johan Strandberg, SEB Investment Management, and the chairman of HiQ Anders Ljungh.

HiQ is required by Swedish law (Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act) to publish this information.

This information was released for publication at 14.00 CET on 11 February 2016.


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