Holdings updated as of December 31, 2020.

Anders Björkman
Anders Björkman
Chairman of the board (since 2019).
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Anders Björkman
Anders Björkman
Chairman of the board (since 2019).

Born 1959.

Nationality: Swedish.
Education: M.Sc.Electrical Engineering, Chalmers Institute of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Other engagements: Chairman of Allgon AB, Vinnergi AB, Maven Wireless AB and Elonroad AB. Board member of Tele2 AB.
Previous engagements/experience: Anders has a background within the telecommunication industry where he was a major force in establishing what now is the telecom operator Tele2. He has been working at Ericsson AB, been CEO of Joint Ventures of OnePhone Holding with KPN and British Telecom as well as CEO of Argnor Wireless Ventures and a partner of Brainheart Capital.

Independent in relation to the Company and the Group management. Independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders.

Anders Björkman owns 4,363 shares and 30,000 call options (expiring May 2022).

Patrik Tigerschiöld
Patrik Tigerschiöld
Board member (since 2018).
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Patrik Tigerschiöld
Patrik Tigerschiöld
Board member (since 2018).

Born 1964.

Nationality: Swedish.
Education: M.Sc., Business and Economics, Stockholm University.
Other engagements: Chairman of the Board of Bure Equity AB, Cavotec AB, The Swedish Association of Listed Companies and The Association for Generally Accepted Principles in the Securities Market. Deputy Chairman of the Board of Riddarhuset. Board member of Bure Financial Services AB, Självregleringen i Sverige Services AB, Anna Kirtap AB, Idevall & Partners Fonder AB, Idevall & Partners Holding AB and Nationalmusei Vänner.
Previous engagements/experience: CEO at Bure Equity AB 2010-2013, CEO at Skanditek Industriförvaltning 1999-2010, CEO at SEB Allemansfonder AB 1995-1999.

Independent in relation to the Company and the Group management. Not independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders.

Patrik Tigerschiöld owns 218,181 shares.

Nicklas Paulson
Nicklas Paulson
Board member (since 2018).
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Nicklas Paulson
Nicklas Paulson
Board member (since 2018).

Born 1970.

Nationality: Swedish.
Education: M.Sc., Business and Economics, Stockholm University.
Other engagements: CEO of Investment AB Öresund. Board member of Bilia AB.
Previous engagement/experience: Investment banking at Carnegie Investment Bank AB (publ) and Alfred Berg ABN AMRO.

Independent in relation to the Company and the Group management. Not independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders.

Nicklas Paulson owns 10,907 shares (including associated persons).

Magnus René
Magnus René
Board member (since 2018) and CEO (2019).
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Magnus René
Magnus René
Board member (since 2018) and CEO (2019).

Born 1962.

Nationality: Swedish.
Education: M.Sc., Electrical Engineering, Chalmers Institute of Technology.
Other engagements: Board member of SLM Solutions and Inkbit.
Previous engagements/experience: CEO of Arcam AB 2001-2018. CEO and business area manager of Hogia Teknik 1999-2000. VP Operations & Customer Service Mycronic 1990-1999.

Not independent in relation to the Company and Group management. Independent in relation to the company’s major shareholders.

Magnus René owns 87,272 shares and 100,000 warrants of the 2020/2023 program and 200,000 call options (expiring May 2022).

Cecilia Driving
Cecilia Driving
Board member (since 2020)
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Cecilia Driving
Cecilia Driving
Board member (since 2020)

Born 1971

NationalitySwedish
Education: LL.M. and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Stockholm University.
Other engagements: EVP Biovica International AB, board member in Adom AB and Biovica Services AB.
Previous engagements/experience: BaEVP CFO/HR/IR Biovica International AB. She has held several CFO positions in life-science, private equity, research and telecom companies.

Independent in relation to the Company and the Group management. Independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders.

Cecilia Driving owns 1,000 shares.

Dan Jangblad
Dan Jangblad
Board member (since 2020)
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Dan Jangblad
Dan Jangblad
Board member (since 2020)

Born 1958

NationalitySwedish
Education: M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, Linköpings University, Linköping, Sweden.
Other engagements
: Owner and CEO of Emmern Konsult AB including an assignment as senior advisor to the CEO of Saab AB. Dan is on the board of Combitech AB, Vricon Systems Inc, the Chairman of the Visual Sweden Vinnväx innovation program (Vinnova) and Vice chairman of Linköpings University.
Previous engagements/experience: Head of business areas and CSO of Saab AB, CEO of Swedish Space Corporation SSC. Responsible for Saab:s Venture capital portfolio and chairman of Combitech AB. Chairman of the association of Swedish Defence industries (SOFF) and board member of Swedish ICT and LIU Holding AB.

Independent in relation to the Company and the Group management. Independent in relation to the Company’s major shareholders.

Dan Jangblad owns 650 shares.

Remuneration committee

The remuneration committee consists of Anders Björkman (chair) and Dan Jangblad.

Audit committee

The audit committee consists of Cecilia Driving (chair), Patrik Tigerschiöld and Nicklas Paulson.

Board observer

On July 3, 2019, the Company secured a USD 60 million loan facility from Proventus Capital Partners (“PCP”). The loan has been granted with the condition that PCP shall be given the right to appoint an observer as co-opted to the board (without voting rights). The observer shall be provided with information of financial significance, whether or not it constitutes inside information, which may have an impact on the assessment of the credit risk of the loan. Furthermore, the observer shall be provided with all other information that does not constitute inside information and that is shared with the board members prior to board meetings and presented at meetings. PCP has requested access to this information in order to facilitate PCP’s ongoing assessment of how the Company’s financial risk develops, and ultimately in order to be able to contribute more effectively to evaluate the Company’s financial challenges as they might occur.

The company ensures, through processes and agreements, that to the extent that the observer receives inside information, this must remain confidential and handled in a structured manner. The company’s assessment is that the setup is compatible with Article 17 of MAR. Furthermore, the Company has also made the assessment that the observer’s participation is not in conflict with the Swedish Companies Act.