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Share subscription price and market value of Scanfil plc’s stock options 2022AI and 2022AII

Scanfil plc     Stock Exchange Release     2 December 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

Share subscription price and market value of Scanfil plc’s stock options 2022AI and 2022AII

On 27 October 2022, the Board of Directors of Scanfil plc decided to grant stock options to key personnel of Scanfil plc and its subsidiaries, by virtue of an authorization granted by the Annual General Meeting of the company on 21 April 2022.

The subscription price of shares subscribed with the stock options 2022AI and 2022AII is the trade volume weighted average quotation of Scanfil plc share on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd during the period of 1 November 2022 – 30 November 2022, which is EUR 6.12 per share. The share subscription price of the stock options 2022AI will be reduced by the amount of share capital distributed per share and, subject to the Board’s decision, by the amount of extra dividends and assets distributed from the reserve for invested unrestricted equity per share. The stock options 2022AI and 2022AII entitle their owners to subscribe for a maximum total of 400,000 new shares in the company or existing shares held by the company. The share subscription period of the stock options 2022AI and 2022AII is 1 May 2025 – 30 April 2027.

The theoretical market value of one stock option 2022AI and 2022AII is approximately EUR 1.6418 per stock option. The theoretical market value of the stock options is approximately EUR 656 720 in total. The theoretical market value of the stock options has been calculated by using the Black & Scholes stock option pricing model with the following assumptions: share price EUR 5.98, share subscription price EUR 6.12, risk-free interest rate 2.33%, validity of stock options approximately 4.5 years and volatility 29.5%.

The terms and conditions of the stock options are available on the company’s website https://www.scanfil.com/investors/annual-general-meetings/option-scheme.

Scanfil plc

Board of Directors

Additional information:Chair of the Board, Harri Takanentel. +358 8 4882 111

Scanfil in briefScanfil is an international manufacturing partner and system supplier for the electronics industry with over 45 years of experience in demanding manufacturing. Scanfil provides its customers with an extensive array of services, ranging from product design to product manufacturing, material procurement and logistics solutions. Vertically integrated production and a comprehensive supply chain are the foundation of Scanfil’s competitive advantages: speed, flexibility and reliability.

Typical Scanfil products are modules or integrated products for e.g. self-service application, automation systems, wireless connectivity modules, climate control systems, collection and sorting systems, analyzers and weather solutions. Scanfil services are used by numerous international automation, safety, energy, cleantech and health service providers, as well as companies operating in the field of urbanization. Scanfil’s network of factories consists of 9 production units in Europe, Asia and North America. Read more: www.scanfil.com

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English, Finnish

Asuntosalkku Oyj: Johdon liiketoimet – Jaakko Sinnemaa

Asuntosalkku OyjYhtiötiedote, johdon liiketoimet 2.12.2022 klo 15.00

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj on vastaanottanut seuraavan ilmoituksen:

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj - Johdon liiketoimet

____________________________________________

Ilmoitusvelvollinen

Nimi: Sinnemaa Oy

Asema: Lähipiiriin kuuluva henkilö

(X) Oikeushenkilö

 

 

(1):Liikkeeseenlaskijassa johtotehtävissä toimiva henkilö

Nimi: Jaakko Sinnemaa

Asema: Toimitusjohtaja

 

 

Liikkeeseenlaskija: Asuntosalkku Oyj

LEI: 743700PLOPC2LX1UJL85

Ilmoituksen luonne: ENSIMMÄINEN ILMOITUS

Viitenumero: 21782/4/4

____________________________________________

 

Liiketoimen päivämäärä: 2022-11-30

Kauppapaikka: FIRST NORTH GROWTH MARKET FINLAND (FSME)

Instrumenttityyppi: OSAKE

ISIN: FI4000517602

Liiketoimen luonne: HANKINTA

 

 

Liiketoimien yksityiskohtaiset tiedot

(1): Volyymi: 20 Yksikköhinta: 115 EUR

 

Liiketoimien yhdistetyt tiedot

(1): Volyymi: 20 Keskihinta: 115 EUR

 

 

Lisätietoja

Asuntosalkku Oyj

Jaakko Sinnemaa

toimitusjohtaja

Puh. +358 41 528 0329

jaakko.sinnemaa@asuntosalkku.fi

 

 

Hyväksytty neuvonantaja

OP Yrityspankki Oyj

Puh. +358 50 325 8723

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj

 

Asuntosalkku on Viron suurin markkinaehtoinen vuokranantaja ja Tallinnan vuokramarkkinoiden edelläkävijä. Se on vuokraustoimintaa harjoittava asuntosijoitusyhtiö, jonka sijoitusstrategian keskiössä ovat valikoidut yksittäiset asunnot omistusasuntotaloissa hyvillä sijainneilla Suomessa ja Viron pääkaupungissa Tallinnassa. Asuntosalkku keskittyy asuntoportfoliossaan pieniin asuntoihin painottaen Suomessa pääkaupunkiseutua ja Virossa Tallinnan vanhan kaupungin läheisyyttä. 30.9.2022 Asuntosalkku omisti 1 414 valmista asuntoa Suomessa, ja näiden yhteenlaskettu käypä arvo oli 176,0 miljoonaa euroa. 31.7.2022 Asuntosalkku omisti 595 valmista asuntoa Tallinnassa, ja näiden yhteenlaskettu käypä arvo oli 99,3 miljoonaa euroa. Asuntosalkun taloudellinen vuokrausaste 30.9.2022 oli 97,7 prosenttia. Asuntosalkun toimitusjohtaja on Jaakko Sinnemaa ja hallituksen puheenjohtaja Timo Metsola. He ovat yhtiöidensä kautta myös Asuntosalkun keskeisiä omistajia.

 

www.asuntosalkku.fi

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Finnish

Asuntosalkku Oyj: Johdon liiketoimet – Timo Metsola

Asuntosalkku OyjYhtiötiedote, johdon liiketoimet 2.12.2022 klo 15.00

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj on vastaanottanut seuraavan ilmoituksen:

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj - Johdon liiketoimet

____________________________________________

Ilmoitusvelvollinen

Nimi: Vuokraturva-yhtiöt Oy

Asema: Lähipiiriin kuuluva henkilö

(X) Oikeushenkilö

 

 

(1):Liikkeeseenlaskijassa johtotehtävissä toimiva henkilö

Nimi: Timo Metsola

Asema: Hallituksen jäsen/varajäsen

 

 

Liikkeeseenlaskija: Asuntosalkku Oyj

LEI: 743700PLOPC2LX1UJL85

Ilmoituksen luonne: ENSIMMÄINEN ILMOITUS

Viitenumero: 21785/4/4

____________________________________________

 

Liiketoimen päivämäärä: 2022-11-30

Kauppapaikka: FIRST NORTH GROWTH MARKET FINLAND (FSME)

Instrumenttityyppi: OSAKE

ISIN: FI4000517602

Liiketoimen luonne: HANKINTA

 

Liiketoimien yksityiskohtaiset tiedot

(1): Volyymi: 100 Yksikköhinta: 113 EUR

(2): Volyymi: 20 Yksikköhinta: 114 EUR

(3): Volyymi: 6 Yksikköhinta: 114 EUR

 

Liiketoimien yhdistetyt tiedot

(3): Volyymi: 126 Keskihinta: 113.20635 EUR

 

 

Lisätietoja

Asuntosalkku Oyj

Jaakko Sinnemaa

toimitusjohtaja

Puh. +358 41 528 0329

jaakko.sinnemaa@asuntosalkku.fi

 

 

Hyväksytty neuvonantaja

OP Yrityspankki Oyj

Puh. +358 50 325 8723

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj

 

Asuntosalkku on Viron suurin markkinaehtoinen vuokranantaja ja Tallinnan vuokramarkkinoiden edelläkävijä. Se on vuokraustoimintaa harjoittava asuntosijoitusyhtiö, jonka sijoitusstrategian keskiössä ovat valikoidut yksittäiset asunnot omistusasuntotaloissa hyvillä sijainneilla Suomessa ja Viron pääkaupungissa Tallinnassa. Asuntosalkku keskittyy asuntoportfoliossaan pieniin asuntoihin painottaen Suomessa pääkaupunkiseutua ja Virossa Tallinnan vanhan kaupungin läheisyyttä. 30.9.2022 Asuntosalkku omisti 1 414 valmista asuntoa Suomessa, ja näiden yhteenlaskettu käypä arvo oli 176,0 miljoonaa euroa. 31.7.2022 Asuntosalkku omisti 595 valmista asuntoa Tallinnassa, ja näiden yhteenlaskettu käypä arvo oli 99,3 miljoonaa euroa. Asuntosalkun taloudellinen vuokrausaste 30.9.2022 oli 97,7 prosenttia. Asuntosalkun toimitusjohtaja on Jaakko Sinnemaa ja hallituksen puheenjohtaja Timo Metsola. He ovat yhtiöidensä kautta myös Asuntosalkun keskeisiä omistajia.

 

www.asuntosalkku.fi

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Finnish

Canopy Holdings AS – Announcement of strategic plan to accelerate path towards profitability in 2023/2024

(Oslo, 2 December 2022), Canopy Holdings AS (OSE:CAN) today announces a strategic plan to accelerate a path towards profitability in 2023/2024 with cost rationalization initiatives delivering savings in excess of NOK 15 million on an annualized basis.

In an effort to ensure long-term sustainable growth, the company has provided layoff notices, effective immediately, to employees across the organization representing around 16% of the total workforce. The company firmly believes this plan can be executed while still growing its market presence and maintaining a best-in-class customer experience.

“We have a clear plan to continue to pursue our growth objectives, while at the same time enhancing our margins and reducing our overhead costs. While it is never easy to let employees go, we believe this decision is required as we position ourselves for growth in the years ahead” says Christian Erlandson, CEO of Canopy Holdings AS.

Canopy Holdings continues to hold a strong position in the market. The company has a diversified business that distinguishes it from the competition.

“We will continue to prioritize investments as we become a more agile and efficient company to ensure long-term sustainable growth” added Christian Erlandson.

Further information to follow in the upcoming second quarter 2022/2023 financial results presentation.

Disclosure regulation

This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

Contacts
  • Christian Erlandson, CEO, christian.erlandson@canopyholdingsas.com
  • James Price, CFO, james@canopyholdingsas.com
About Canopy Holdings AS

Canopy Holdings AS is a multi-national technology company listed on Euronext Growth Oslo. The company owns a leading portfolio of brands and companies that provides digitalization solutions to ski resorts, destinations, parks and attractions in key markets. Canopy Holdings AS currently consists of Catalate, Liftopia.com, Skitude and Spotlio.

English

HLRE Holding Plc´s interim report 1 August -31 October 2022

HLRE Holding Group

Report 1 February – 31 October 2022

Comparison figures in brackets refer to the corresponding period previous year.

Aug – Oct 2022 in short

 

  • Q3 revenue equalled to EUR 40,4 million (EUR 40,3 million).
  • Q3 gross profit increased by 3% to EUR 18,2 million (EUR 17,7 million).
  • Q3 adjusted EBITDA decreased to EUR 6,9 million (EUR 7,2 million).
  • Q3 operating profit was EUR 5,0 million (EUR 5,1 million).
  • Q3 net cash from operating activities was EUR 7,1 million (EUR 9,5 million).

 

February – Oct 2022 in short

 

  • Q1-Q3 revenue decreased by 2% to EUR 101,0 million (EUR 103,4 million).
  • Q1-Q3 gross profit decreased by 4% to EUR 41,4 million (EUR 43,2 million).
  • Q1-Q3 adjusted EBITDA decreased to EUR 10,5 million (EUR 12,2 million).
  • Q1-Q3 operating profit was EUR 4,2 million (EUR 4,8 million).
  • Q1-Q3 net cash from operating activities was EUR 4,8 million (EUR 11,1 million).

 

  Key Figures

HLRE HOLDING GROUP IN MEUR IFRS Aug-Oct 2022 Aug -Oct 2021 Feb-Oct 2022 Feb-Oct 2021 Feb 2021-Jan 2022 Revenue 40,4 40,3 101,0 103,2 130,4 Gross profit 18,2 17,7 41,4 43,2 55,3 Gross margin 45,1 % 43,9 % 41,0 % 41,9 % 42,4 % Adjusted EBITDA 6,9 7,2 10,5 12,2 13,8 EBIT 5,0 5,1 4,2 4,8 4,4 Net cash from operating activities 7,1 9,5 4,8 11,1 7,3

Company description

HLRE Holding Group (commonly known as Vesivek Group) is a leading provider of roof and roof product renovations offered primarily to detached and row houses in Finland and Sweden under the brand name Vesivek. In addition to roof and roof product installations, Vesivek provides underground drain renovations in five locations in Finland. The Group also develops, manufactures, and sells high quality rainwater systems and roof safety products.

HLRE Holding Group operates currently in 17 locations in Finland and three locations in Sweden and employs more than 850 employees in average. The Group has two in-house manufacturing facilities in Finland, steel roofing profile production in Pirkkala and manufacture of rainwater systems and roof safety products in Orimattila.

  

Management Overview of the third quarter

Group`s  business environment continued to be challenging on the third quarter due to the increased geopolitical risks related to the crisis in Ukraine and the high inflation especially in building materials and energy. Increasing general uncertainty influenced on the demand for the Vesivek’s services both in Finland and Sweden in Q3.  Group balanced  inventory levels between decreasing demand and uncertainty on short-term material availability during Q3 and total inventory levels ended up on downtrend at the end of Q3. However, Group is still likely to continue to hold somewhat higher inventory levels compared to normal levels in order to ensure delivery capability and is at the same time regularly investigating all information available on the market demand.

Third quarter 2022

The Q3 revenue equaled to EUR 40,4 million (40,3 million) and gross profit increased to EUR 18,2 million (17,7 million). Reported EBITDA was EUR 6,8 million (7,1 million) and adjusted EBITDA was EUR 6,9 million (7,2 million). Reported adjustments totaled to EUR 0,1 million (EUR 0,1 million) in Q3 including legal and leadership development project costs. lmpacts of the adjustments to the operating cashflow in Q3 amounted to EUR 0,1 million (EUR 0,1 million). Q3 net cash from operating activities was EUR 7,1 million (9,5 million).

Q1-Q3 2022

The Q1-Q3 revenue decreased to EUR 101,0 million (103,4 million) and gross profit decreased to EUR 41,4 million (43,2 million).  Reported EBITDA decreased to EUR 10,0 million (10,7 million). Adjusted EBITDA decreased to EUR 10,5 million (12,2 million).  Reported adjustments totaled to EUR 0,6 million (EUR 1,5 million) in Q1-Q3 including legal and financial advisory costs for the bond listing to Stockholm stock exchange in February 2022 of EUR 0,15 million, other legal costs of EUR 0,2 million and a leadership development project cost of EUR 0,25 million. Impact of the adjustments to the operating cashflow in Q1-Q3 amounted to EUR 0,6 million (EUR 0,5 million). Net cash from operating activities decreased compared to the same period previous year and was EUR 4,8 million (11,0 million) due to the cash flow effect of the weaker business performance especially on the roof and  roof product renovations in Finland and the negative working capital changes compared to Q1-Q3 2021, EUR -2,3 million (1,7 million), and the higher net finance and tax expenses.

 

Outlook for the financial year 1 February 2022 – 31 January 2023

No outlook for the financial year 1 February 2022 – 31 January 2023.

Risks and uncertainties

The Group's revenues and operating profit are affected by general economic conditions, which are, in turn, influenced by many factors beyond the Group's control. The Group currently operates in Finland and Sweden. Currently, the majority of the Group's operations are located in Finland but growth in both markets, for example, by way of increasing market share and/or expanding the Group's product and service offering is an important factor in fulfilling the Group's strategic objectives. Respectively, the Group's revenue and operating profit are particularly susceptible to general economic conditions and perception of future general economic conditions in the Finnish and Swedish markets.

Uncertainty or adverse trends in general economic conditions could affect the Group's business and demand for the Group's products and services through, inter alia, affecting consumer confidence as well as through adverse impacts on the business activities of the Group's corporate clients purchasing the Group's rainwater systems and roof safety products. Importantly, the general economic conditions may adversely affect the level and cost of financing available to the Group's consumer and corporate clients to make investments in renovations and refurbishments. Moreover, increases in the costs of financing and decreases in the level of available financing may adversely affect the Group's ability to make investments and fulfil its strategic objectives and may have a material adverse effect on the Group's business, financial position and results. Through its manufacturing operations, the Group is furthermore exposed to the risk of fluctuations in certain commodity prices (such as steel, aluminium and wood) and energy prices (especially through fuel costs for vehicles) and increases in prices due to economic disruptions and changes in general market conditions may have an adverse effect on the Group's business, financial position and results. All of the factors mentioned above could harm the Group's operations and the Group cannot predict the ways in which the future economic environment and market conditions may affect the Group's operations.

In general, the frequency of accidents at construction sites is worth noticing and the Group operates in a business segment subject to extensive laws and regulations regarding the work environment. Despite required health and safety measures and, for example, the use of scaffoldings on its construction sites improving the safety of the personnel, the Group is exposed to the risk of, possibly even fatal, accidents at the workplace especially on its roof renovation sites but also at its manufacturing facilities. In addition to physical injuries, employees of the Group are exposed to risks related to hazardous substances as certain of the Groups renovation sites contain asbestos. Respectively, the Group must also comply with specific environmental regulations with respect to asbestos. Finnish legislation includes particularly stringent requirements for any activities involving asbestos and the safety requirements for such activities. Any failure to comply with the regulations concerning health and safety or asbestos related activities may result in liability for the Group and/or the Group’s permit being revoked. For example, if Group’s permit to handle asbestos would be revoked, the Group would need to stop all business activities relating to handling of asbestos and acquire the work through subcontractors. Moreover, all potential accidents and health impacts have an adverse effect on its personnel's well-being. The Group as an employer is exposed to the risks related to health and safety issues of its employees possibly resulting in reduced working capacity of employees.

The Group may, in the future, become in breach of financial covenants and other obligations in its financing agreements that constitute grounds for termination or acceleration. A failure by the Group to obtain necessary capital in the future, or obtaining financing on less favourable terms, may have an adverse effect on the Group's business, financial position and results.

 

   

For more information

Jari Raudanpää, CFO

+358 40 566 6399

jari.raudanpaa@vesivek.fi

 HLRE Holding Oyj

2611405-7

Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income  1000 EUR  1.8.-31.10.2022 1.2.2022-31.10.2022 1.8.-31.10.2021 1.2.2021-31.10.2021 1.2.2021-31.1.2022 REVENUE 40 362 101 039 40 276 103 158 130 352 Other operating income 249 878 279 745 1 063 Material and services -14 849 -37 527 -14 314 -36 792 -45 375 Employee benefits expense -12 831 -37 002 -13 522 -38 701 -50 257 Depreciation and amortisation -1 890 -5 764 -1 970 -5 890 -7 855 Other operating expenses -6 070 -17 428 -5 600 -17 756 -23 572 OPERATING PROFIT 4 970 4 196 5 148 4 764 4 356 Finance income 1 049 1 076 -111 449 1 146 Finance cost -1 053 -2 999 -1 389 -3 171 -4 148 Finance cost - net -4 -1 923 -1 500 -2 722 -3 003 PROFIT/LOSS BEFORE TAX 4 966 2 273 3 648 2 042 1 353 Income tax expense -805 -566 -604 -455 -663 PROFIT/LOSS FOR THE PERIOD 4 161 1 708 3 044 1 587 691 Profit attributable to: Owners of the parent company 3 769 1 411 2 787 1 437 623 Non-controlling interests 392 296 258 150 68 4 161 1 708 3 044 1 587 691 Other comprehensive income: Items that may be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss Exchange differences on translating foreign operations -88 -79 28 22 -54 Items that may be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss -88 -79 28 22 -54 TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE INCOME 4 073 1 628 3 072 1 608 637 Total comprehensive income attributable to: Owners of the parent company 3 688 1 339 2 811 1 456 574 Non-controlling interests 385 289 260 152 63 4 073 1 628 3 072 1 608 637

Consolidated Statement of Financial Position  1000 EUR  31.10.2022 31.10.2021 31.1.2022 ASSETS NON-CURRENT ASSETS Goodwill 40 304 40 304 40 304 Intangible assets 858 723 657 Property, plant, equipment 25 952 25 769 27 188 Other non-current financial assets 48 48 48 Loan receivables 22 18 7 Other non-current receivables 0 39 26 Deferred tax assets 168 406 169 NON-CURRENT ASSETS 67 352 67 308 68 400 CURRENT ASSETS Inventories 17 137 13 416 15 464 Trade receivables and other receivables 13 031 12 880 9 859 Cash and cash equivalents 5 342 11 307 5 201 CURRENT ASSETS 35 509 37 603 30 524 ASSETS 102 861 104 911 98 923 EQUITY AND LIABILITIES Owners of the parent company 29 372 28 868 26 227 Non-controlling interests 252 52 -37 EQUITY 29 625 28 919 27 963 NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES Non-current liabilities, interest-bearing 50 538 51 752 51 197 Non-current interest-free liabilities 422 389 422 Deferred tax liabilities 106 117 216 NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES 51 066 52 258 51 834 CURRENT LIABILITIES Current interest-bearing liabilities 4 755 4 269 4 633 Current interest-free liabilities 17 415 19 465 14 494 CURRENT LIABILITIES 22 170 23 735 19 126 Liabilities 73 236 75 992 70 960 EQUITY AND LIABILITIES 102 861 104 911

98 923

Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows, indirect  1000 EUR  1.8.2022-31.10.2022 1.8.2021-31.10.2021 1.2.2022-31.10.2022 1.2.2021-31.10.2021 1.2.2021-31.1.2022 Cash flows from operating activities PROFIT/LOSS FOR THE PERIOD 4 161 3 044 1 708 1 587 691 Adjustments to the profit/loss for the period 2 678 3 744 8 184 10 038 12 566 Working capital changes 1 170 3 287 -2 264 1 716 -2 382

Cash flow from operating activities

before finance and taxes

  8008 10075 7628 13341 10874 Finance income and expense -749 -424 -2 089 -1 831 -2 880 Income taxes paid -137 -183 -747 -472 -661 Net cash from operating activities 7 122 9 468 4 792 11 038 7 333 Cash flows from investing activities Purchase of tangible and intangible assets -707 -771 -1 445 -1 590 -3 160 Proceeds from sale of tangible and intangible assets 59 186 277 330 326 Acquisition of subsidiaries, net of cash acquired 0 0 0 -194 -201 Addition / deduction of loan receivables -13 -65 -9 195 273 Addition / deduction of cash equivalents -21 10 -21 10 0 Net cash used in investing activities -681 -640 -1 190 -1 249 -2 762 0 0 Cash flows from financing activities 0 0 Proceeds from issue of share capital 0 0 0 0 0 Capital investment by non-controlling interests 0 0 0 0 0 Purchase of treasury shares 0 0 0 0 -28 Proceeds from sale of treasury shares 9 0 9 78 78 Proceeds from current borrowings -411 0 0 0 0 Repayment of current borrowings 0 -3 -6 -25 817 -25 820 Addition / deduction of current borrowings 3 -1 -7 0 8 Proceeds from non-current borrowings 72 0 210 28 781 29 045 Repayment of non-current borrowings 2 -125 1 17 29 Payment of lease liabilities -1 251 -1 123 -3 668 -3 758 -4 900 Net cash used in financing activities -1 576 -1 252 -3 461 -701 -1 588 0 0 Net change in cash and cash equivalents 4 865 7 576 141 9 088 2 982 0 0 Cash and cash equivalents, opening amount 477 3 731 5 201 2 219 2 219 Net increase/decrease in cash and cash equivalents 4 865 7 576 141 9 088 2 982 Effects of exchange rate fluctuations on cash held 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cash and cash equivalents 5 342 11 307 5 342 11 307 5 201 Cash and cash equivalents, other arrangements 0 0 0 0 0

Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity

Attributable to owners of the Company    

 1000 EUR  Share capital Reserve for invested unrestricted equity Translation differences Accumulated earnings Total Non-controlling interests Total equity EQUITY 1 Feb 2022 80 18 002 -17 9 935 28 000 -37 27 963 Adjusted equity 80 18 002 -17 9 935 28 000 -37 27 963 Comprehensive income Profit/loss for the period 1 411 1 411 296 1 708 Other comprehensive income: Translation differences 0 0 -97 25 -72 -7 -79 TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE INCOME 0 0 -97 1 436 1 339 289 1 628 Transactions with owners Other changes 0 0 0 15 15 5 20 Total transactions with owners 0 0 0 15 15 8 23 TOTAL EQUITY 31 Oct 2022 80 18 002 -114 11 395 29 381 252 29 633

   

1000 EUR Share capital Reserve for invested unrestricted equity Translation differences Accumulated earnings Total Non-controlling interests Total equity                 EQUITY 1 Feb 2021 3 18079 32 9310 27423 93 27515 Comprehensive income               Profit/loss for the period       623 623 68 691 Other comprehensive income:               Translation differences     -49   -49 -5 -54 TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE INCOME     -49 623 574 63 637 Transactions with owners               Acquisition of treasury shares       -28 -28   -28 Sale of treasury shares       102 102   102 Reclassifications 78 -78           Other changes       -62 -62 -15 -77 Total transactions with owners 78 -78   11 11 -15 -3 Changes in ownership interests in subsidiaries             Changes of non-controlling interests without change in control     -7 -7 1 -6 Changes with change in control     0 0 0 -180 -180 TOTAL EQUITY 31 Jan 2022 80 18002 -17 9937 28000 -37 27963

Use of Alternative Performance Measures

Alternative Performance Measures (APM) are financial measures of historical or future financial  performance,  financial  position,  or  cash  flows,  other  than  financial  measures defined  or specified  in  the  applicable  financial  reporting  framework.  HLRE Group reports  the  financial  measures [Gross profit], [Gross margin] and [Adjusted EBITDA] in its quarterly  reports,  which  are not  financial  measures  as  defined  in  IFRS. The Group believes that the alternative performance measures provide significant additional information on HLRE’s results of operations, financial position and cash flows The APMs  are  used  consistently  over  time  and  accompanied  by  comparatives  for  the previous periods.

Gross profit= Revenues – cost of goods sold

Gross margin (%) = Gross profit in relation to Revenue

EBITDA = Operating profit (EBIT) + Depreciation + Amortization

EBITDA % = EBITDA in relation to Revenue

Adjusted EBITDA = EBITDA - EBITDA Adjustments

Adjusted EBITDA % = (EBITDA - EBITDA Adjustments) / Revenue

Operating profit (EBIT) % = Operating profit in relation to Revenue

EBITDA adjustments = IFRS loss of sale and lease back arrangement, advisory and other transaction costs related to re-financing and other non-recurring costs

                                                                                       

Attachments
  • HLRE Holding Oyj -Q32023 FINAL.pdf
English

23 municipalities have bought Dataproces' MARS platform

Investor news no. 38/2022: Dataproces has per the 2nd of December entered into an agreement with a Jutlandic municipality on our SaaS solution MARS.

The agreement has been signed with a municipality in Jutland on MARS. This is the 23rd municipality to purchase our platform. 

By using MARS, the municipality gets a platform which contributes to creating an overview of all municipal financial payments and refunds while the platform streamlines digital administration and contributes to a correct foundation of data.

 

General information about agreement announcements as investor news:

All announced agreements are in accordance with Dataproces' strategic focus and do not change the announced guidance.

Dataproces announces a total estimated value of new data analysis agreements on monthly basis.

As the SaaS platforms MARS, Min Sag and MARC Fleksløn are central to the guided company strategy, each time a agreement is entered into, it is announced.

Dataproces distinguishes in the announcement of SaaS agreements between 3 municipality size categories; the 50 smallest municipalities are called municipalities, the 38 middle ones are called larger municipalities and the 10 largest are called top-10 municipalities.

Contacts
  • John Norden, Certified Advisor, +45 20 720 200, JN@nordencef.dk
  • Kjartan Jensen, CEO, +45 25 55 19 99, K@Dataproces.dk
About Dataproces Group A/S

Dataproces is an innovative IT and consulting house, specializing in solutions targeted at the Danish municipalities and their digital administration. The solutions range widely from robot technology and SaaS, to data analysis as well as collaboration and consulting. The starting point and purpose are always the same: to use data to create new knowledge, smarter processes and increased efficiency for the benefit of both citizens and municipalities. 

Dataproces – we create value with data!

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Danish, English

Andfjord Salmon: Continued strong biological conditions | Third quarter 2022 financial results

Andfjord Salmon reports continued good biological conditions in the company’s first land-based pool at Kvalnes, Andøya, Norway. Consequently, the fish continues to grow well, and the salmon’s survival rate remains industry leading.

As of 30 November 2022, the average weight of the salmon is 1,350 grams, a healthy weight gain from 560 grams at the end of September. The average weight of the smolt was 120 grams when it was released on 25 June 2022.

The salmon’s survival rate remains high. As of 30 November 2022, survival rate stood at 98.7 percent. There will always be some fish mortality as the weakest individuals shall be removed from the pool, while the company also regularly extracts fish to conduct examinations of fish health.

“Fish health, growth and survival rate are all interconnected. The foundation is strong biological conditions and a pool eco system that is as close as possible to the salmon’s natural habitat in the ocean outside Andøya,” says Martin Rasmussen, CEO of Andfjord Salmon.

Energy consumption at Andfjord Salmon’s Kvalnes pool continues to be low and well within the company’s target of 1 kwh/kg salmon produced.

“The low energy consumption and associated costs underline the attractiveness of our flow-through system,” adds Martin Rasmussen.

Andfjord Salmon is using water from depths of approximately 40 meters below the sea surface for its flow-through technology solution. The water is substituted 15-17 times/24 hours. The company`s pools are square shaped with the intention of replicating a cross section of the Gulfstream. At slaughter weight the density will be around 35-40 kg/m3.

Andfjord Salmon reiterates its target to conduct first harvest mid-2023.

KVALNES PHASE 2

In parallel with the first production cycle at Kvalnes, Andfjord Salmon is currently working on detailing the most cost-efficient build-out process for Kvalnes Phase 2, which aims to increase production volume at Kvalnes from 1,000 to 19,000 tonnes HOG.

The company is about to enter the final stages of contract discussions with suppliers regarding the most cost-efficient plan for development. Andfjord Salmon will in due course invite shareholders to a capital markets update to present the build-out plan and timeline for Kvalnes Phase 2.

FIRST TASTING CONDUCTED

Subsequent to the end of the third quarter, Andfjord Salmon and a top chef conducted the first tasting session of the company’s salmon. The feedback from the chef, who has won both world and Norwegian championships, was that the texture, colour and overall condition and taste of the fish were excellent. The fish used for the first tasting was just above 1 kilogram.

Q3 2022 INTERIM FINANCIAL RESULTS

Andfjord Salmon is in the middle of its first production cycle, which means that it does not yet generate revenues. The company’s first operating revenues will be generated in 2023 following first harvest.

The company had an operating loss of 14.7 million in this year’s third quarter, compared to a loss of NOK 11.4 million in the same quarter last year.

At the end of September 2022, Andfjord Salmon held cash and deposits of approximately NOK 117 million. This figure does not include a NOK 5 million remaining loan facility, a NOK 20 million undrawn credit facility, or NOK 5 million in unpaid grants.

PRESENTATION AT 08:00 CET

A presentation of operational status and the third quarter 2022 interim financial results will be held at 08:00 CET today. The presentation material is enclosed to this announcement. The webcast presentation, which will be held in Norwegian, can be accessed from this link:

https://channel.royalcast.com/landingpage/hegnarmedia/20221202_1/

An English version of the presentation will be shared at Andfjord Salmon’s website before 08:30 CET.

Disclosure regulation

This is information that Andfjord Salmon AS is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) Article 17 no. 1. The information was submitted for publication, through the NTB Kommunikasjon service by the contact persons listed below.

Contacts
  • Bjarne Martinsen, CFO, Andfjord Salmon AS, +47 975 08 345, bjarne.martinsen@andfjord.no
  • Martin Rasmussen, CEO, Andfjord Salmon AS, +47 975 08 665, martin@andfjord.no
About Andfjord Salmon

Located at Kvalnes on the island of Andøya on the Arctic Archipelago of Vesterålen, Norway, Andfjord Salmon has developed an innovative and sustainable aquaculture concept for land-based farming of Atlantic salmon, based on a flow-through technology solution. The company's ambition is to build the world's most sustainable and fish-friendly aquaculture facility of its kind.

Andfjord Salmon AS is listed on Euronext Growth under the ticker ANDF.  www.andfjordsalmon.com

Attachments
  • Andfjord_Q3 2022_presentation.pdf
English

Transactions carried out under the share buy-back program

Please see below information about transactions made under the share buy-back programme for SmartCraft ASA (“SmartCraft”) (Ticker: SMCRT NO).

Date on which the share buy-back programme was announced: 2 November 2022.

The duration of the buy-back programme: 3 November 2022 until no later than the day before the Issuer's Annual General Meeting in 2023.

Size of the buy-back programme: Up to 3,430,446 shares, for a maximum consideration of NOK 85,000,000.

From 23 November 2022 until 1 December 2022, SmartCraft has purchased a total of 61,324 own shares at an average price of NOK 16.0103 per share.

Aggregated overview of transactions per day:

 

 

 

 

Date

Aggregate daily volume (# of shares)

Weighted average price (NOK)

Total transaction value (NOK)

23 November 2022

15,591

15.6903

244,626.94

24 November 2022

2,518

15.6628

39,438.96

25 November 2022

6,456

16.6892

107,745.26

28 November 2022

13,127

16.1900

212,525.76

29 November 2022

861

16.0718

13,837.78

30 November 2022

10,274

15.9605

163,978.28

1 December 2022

12,497

15.9769

199,663.82

 

 

 

 

Previously disclosed buy-backs under the programme (aggregate)

167,932

15.9061

2,671,139.54

Total purchased under the programme

229,256

15.9340

3,652,956.34

This information is published in accordance with the requirements in article 5 of the EU Market Abuse Regulation and subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

Appendix: A detailed overview of all transactions made under the buy-back programme that have been carried out during the above-mentioned time period is attached to this report.

Contacts
  • Kjartan Bø, CFO, +47 410 27 000, kjartan.bo@smartcraft.com
Attachments
  • SMCRT Share buyback 01 December 2022.pdf
English

Monsenso releases an enhanced version of its clinical web portal and patient app

Monsenso enhances its digital health solution to improve its support of treatment and clinical trials in mental health and chronic disorders.

The product enhancements entail an improved and even more intuitive user interface of the solution’s patient app and clinical web portal in order to enhance remote patient monitoring and treatment support for clinicians, as well as the communication and collaboration between clinician and patient.

Among others, the enhancements allow clinicians to recommend treatment content to the patients individually to support personalised treatment. Clinicians can now recommend their patients to do specific exercises, visit the library with psychoeducational content or answer a specific clinical questionnaire. Once the clinician has made a recommendation via the clinical web portal, patients are notified and it is immediately emphasised in the patient’s app. This allows clinicians to provide more personalised treatment and also helps engage and empower patients in taking care of their own mental health. 

The product enhancements result from an extensive, user-centered design process involving patients and clinicians in both design and testing phases to ensure the enhancements meet the needs of our users.

“We are excited to offer an improved version of our digital health solution to partners, clients, and patients. The feedback we have received during extensive internal and external testing periods has been excellent, and we are looking forward to empowering individuals, their carers, and clinicians even more”, says CEO, Thomas Lethenborg.

For further information:

Monsenso:

CEOThomas LethenborgTel. +45 21 29 88 27E-mail: lethenborg@monsenso.com

Certified Adviser:

Norden CEF A/SJohn NordenTel. +45 20 72 02 00 E-mail: jn@nordencef.dk

About Monsenso

Monsenso er en innovativ virksomhed, som tilbyder en digital sundhedsløsning til brug for decentaliserede forsøg, patientmonitorering og behandlingsunderstøttelse. Vores mission er at bidrage til bedre sundhed til flere personer og lavere omkostninger ved at understøtte behandling og kliniske forsøg digitalt og bedre udnytte patienters egne data. Vores løsning bidrager til optimering af både behandlingen og klinsike forsøg og giver et detaljeret overblik over patienters sundhed via indsamling af data om deres tilstand, adhærens og adfærd. Løsningen forbinder patienter, omsorgspersoner og behandlere for at muliggøre digital understøttelse af personligt tilpasset behandling og effektive decentraliserede kliniske forsøg. Vi samarbejder med sundhedsvæsenet, medicinalindustrien og forskningsinstitutioner verden over i vores forsøg på at levere løsninger som passer ind i patienters og sundhedsprofessionelles hverdag. Få mere at vide på  www.monsenso.com  

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Decisions of Duell Corporation's organisational meeting of the Board of Directors

The company's Board has decided in the organisational meeting held after Annual General Meeting that Anna Hyvönen is elected as the chairman of the board and Sören Gaardboe as the vice chairman and Anu Ora, Niko Mokkila, Sami Heikkilä and Kim Ignatius as members.

Anu Ora is elected as the chairman of the People and Remuneration Committee and Anna Hyvönen and Niko Mokkila as members.

The Board has also decided to establish an Audit Committee. Kim Ignatius is elected as the chairman of the committee and Niko Mokkila and Sami Heikkilä as members.

Duell Corporation, Board of Directors

Further information

Riitta Niemelä, CFO Duell Corporation

+358 50 575 8295

riitta.niemela@duell.eu

 

Pellervo Hämäläinen, Communications, Marketing and IR ManagerDuell Corporation

+358 40 674 5257

pellervo.hamalainen@duell.eu

 

 Certified advisor

 Oaklins Merasco Oy,

+358 9 612 9670

 

Duell Corporation (Duell) is an import and wholesale company based in Mustasaari, Finland, established in 1983. Duell imports, manufactures, and sells products through an extensive distribution network in Europe covering 8,500 dealers. The range of products includes 150,000 items under 500 brands. The assortment covers spare parts and accessories for motorcycling, bicycling, ATVs/UTVs, mopeds and scooters, snowmobiling and boating. Logistics centres are located in Finland, Sweden, Netherlands and France. Duell’s net sales in 2022 was EUR 124 million and it employs over 200 people. Duell’s shares were listed in November 2021 and are traded on the First North Marketplace. www.duell.eu

English, Finnish

A major municipality on Zealand has entered into an agreement on MARC Fleksløn

Investor news no. 37/2022: Dataproces has per. the 1st of December entered into an agreement on our SaaS solution MARC Fleksløn.

The agreement on MARC Fleksløn has been entered into with a municipality on Zealand and is now the 42nd municipality in all of Denmark, to automate their calculations of subsidies through our SaaS-solution MARC Fleksløn. Now half of the Zealandic municipalities uses MARC Fleksløn to automate.

MARC Fleksløn (Flex Job Subsidies) is a robotic solution, that automates the monthly calculations of the subsidies and makes the recalculations more efficient. The solution runs with integration to Kommunernes Ydelsessystem, KY. By using MARC Fleksløn, 50-70% of the municipality’s monthly calculations of subsidies are automated.

 

General information about agreement announcements as investor news:

All announced agreements are in accordance with Dataproces' strategic focus and do not change the announced guidance.

Dataproces announces a total estimated value of new data analysis agreements on monthly basis.

As the SaaS platforms MARS, Min Sag and MARC Fleksløn are central to the guided company strategy, each time a agreement is entered into, it is announced.

Dataproces distinguishes in the announcement of SaaS agreements between 3 municipality size categories; the 50 smallest municipalities are called municipalities, the 38 middle ones are called larger municipalities and the 10 largest are called top-10 municipalities.

Contacts
  • John Norden, Certified Advisor, +45 20 720 200, JN@nordencef.dk
  • Kjartan Jensen, CEO, +45 25 55 19 99, K@Dataproces.dk
About Dataproces Group A/S

Dataproces is an innovative IT and consulting house, specializing in solutions targeted at the Danish municipalities and their digital administration. The solutions range widely from robot technology and SaaS to data analyzes as well as collaboration and consulting. The starting point and purpose are always the same: to use data to create new knowledge, smarter processes and increased efficiency for the benefit of both citizens and municipalities.

Dataproces – we create value with data!

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Decisions of the Annual General Meeting of Duell Corporation

Duell Corporation’s Annual General Meeting was held on 1 December 2022 in Helsinki, Finland. The meeting was represented by 28 shareholders, who represented 14,466,020 shares and votes, and they represented 56.8 per cent of all shares.

Financial statements and dividend

The Annual General Meeting adopted the financial statements and consolidated financial statements and audit report for the financial period 1 September 2021 - 31 August 2022 and resolved that no dividend shall be distributed and that the loss for the financial period shall be transferred to the profit and loss account of previous years.

Deciding on discharge from liability

The Annual General Meeting resolved to discharge from liability the members of the Board of Directors and the CEO for the financial period 1 September 2021 - 31 August 2022.

Remuneration policy for governing bodies

The Annual General Meeting approved the remuneration policy presented to the Annual General Meeting. The resolution to approve the remuneration policy is advisory in accordance with the Limited Liability Companies Act.

Remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors

The Annual General Meeting resolved that the members of the Board of Directors are paid following monthly compensation: Chair of the Board of Directors: EUR 4,000; Deputy Chair of the Board of Directors: EUR 3,000; and other members of the Board of Directors: EUR 2,000.

Members of Committees are paid the following meeting fees: Chair of a Committee: EUR 1,000 per meeting, however, only if a member of the Board of Directors other than the Chair or Deputy Chair of the Board of Directors acts as the Chair of the Committee; and other members of Committees: EUR 500 per meeting.

In addition, reasonable travel expenses incurred by members of the Board of Directors from meetings will be reimbursed in accordance with the company’s travel policy.

Number of members of the Board of Directors

Annual General Meeting resolved that the number of ordinary members of the Board of Directors be 6 for the term of office of members of the Board of Directors that ends at the close of the Annual General Meeting following their election.

Members of the Board of Directors

The Annual General Meeting re-elected the current members Sami Heikkilä, Anna Hyvönen, Niko Mokkila, Anu Ora and Kim Ignatius to the Board of Directors and elected Sören Gaardboe as a new member.

Auditor and the remuneration of the auditor

The Annual General Meeting re-elected Authorised Public Accounting firm KPMG Oy Ab as the auditor of the company for the term of office of the auditor that ends at the close of the Annual General Meeting following the election of the auditor. Authorised Public Accountant Mari Kaasalainen will act as the responsible auditor. The auditor’s fee and travel expenses shall be reimbursed according to the auditor’s invoice approved by the Board of Directors.

Authorisation of the Board of Directors to decide on the repurchase of own shares

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to resolve on the repurchase of own shares as follows.

The aggregate amount of own shares to be repurchased based on the authorisation shall be the maximum of 2,545,450, which corresponds to approximately 10 per cent of all of the shares in the company at the date of this notice to the Annual General Meeting. The company cannot, however, together with its subsidiaries at any moment own more than 10 per cent of all the shares in the company. Only the unrestricted equity of the company can be used to repurchase own shares on the basis of the authorisation.

Own shares can be repurchased at a price formed in public trading on the date of the repurchase or otherwise at a price formed on the market.

The Board of Directors shall decide how own shares will be repurchased. Own shares can be repurchased otherwise than in proportion to the shareholdings of the shareholders (directed repurchase).

Own shares can be repurchased to limit the dilutive effects of issuances of shares carried out in connection with possible acquisitions, to develop the company's capital structure, to be transferred for financing or execution of possible acquisitions, to be used in incentive arrangements or to be cancelled, provided that the repurchase is in the interest of the company and its shareholders.

The authorisation is effective until the close of the next Annual General Meeting, however no longer than until 31 December 2023.

Authorisation of the Board of Directors to resolve on share issues

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to resolve on the issuance of shares in one or several parts, either against payment or without payment as follows.

The aggregate amount of shares that may be issued based on the authorisation shall be the maximum of 5,090,900 shares, which corresponds to approximately 20 per cent of all of the shares in the company at the date of the notice to the Annual General Meeting.

Shares may be issued to develop the company's capital structure, to finance or execute acquisitions and to be used in incentive arrangements, provided that the issue of shares is in the interest of the company and its shareholders. Directed share issuance always requires a compelling financial reason for the company.

The Board of Directors shall resolve on all the conditions of the issuance of shares. The issuance of shares may be carried out in deviation from the shareholders' pre-emptive rights (directed issuance). The authorisation concerns both the issuance of new shares as well as the transfer of treasury shares.

The authorisation is effective until the close of the next Annual General Meeting, however no longer than until 31 December 2023.

The authorisation replaces all previous unused authorisations of the Board of Directors to resolve on the issuance of shares, issuance of share options and issuance of other special rights entitling to shares.

Amendment of the articles of association

The Annual General Meeting decided that paragraph 10 of the company’s articles of association be amended so that in accordance with Chapter 5, Section 16.3 of the Limited Liability Companies Act, the Annual General Meeting can also be held without a meeting venue, so that the shareholders use their power of decision in an up-to-date manner with the help of a telecommunication connection and a technical aid during the meeting. The new paragraph 10 of the articles of associations is as follows:

10 § Notice to the General Meeting of shareholders

The notice convening the general meeting of shareholders must be delivered to the shareholders by publishing the notice on the company’s website or by a newspaper announcement which is published in one or more widely circulated daily newspapers chosen by the Board of Directors no earlier than three (3) months and no later than three (3) weeks before the meeting, and in any case at least nine (9) days before the record date of the general meeting of shareholders referred to in Chapter 5 Section 6 a of the Finnish Companies Act.

In order to be able to attend the general meeting of shareholders, a shareholder must notify the company at the latest on the date mentioned in the notice, which may be no earlier than ten (10) days before the general meeting of shareholders.

The venue for the general meeting of shareholders must be located in Helsinki or Mustasaari, Finland. The general meeting of shareholders can also be held without a meeting venue, so that the shareholders use their power of decision in an up-to-date manner with the help of a telecommunication connection and a technical aid during the meeting.

Documents of the Annual General Meeting

The minutes of the Annual General Meeting will be available on company’s website https://investors.duell.eu/en/corporate_governance/annual_general_meeting_2022 as of 15 December 2022 at the latest.

Duell Corporation, Board of Directors

Further information

 

Riitta Niemelä, CFO

+358 50 575 8295

riitta.niemela@duell.eu

 

Pellervo Hämäläinen, Communications, Marketing and IR Manager

+358 40 674 5257

pellervo.hamalainen@duell.eu

 

 Certified advisor

 Oaklins Merasco Oy,

+358 9 612 9670

Duell Corporation (Duell) is an import and wholesale company based in Mustasaari, Finland, established in 1983. Duell imports, manufactures, and sells products through an extensive distribution network in Europe covering 8,500 dealers. The range of products includes 150,000 items under 500 brands. The assortment covers spare parts and accessories for motorcycling, bicycling, ATVs/UTVs, mopeds and scooters, snowmobiling and boating. Logistics centres are located in Finland, Sweden, Netherlands and France. Duell’s net sales in 2022 was EUR 124 million and it employs over 200 people. Duell’s shares were listed in November 2021 and are traded on the First North Marketplace. www.duell.eu

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The divestment of Topdanmark Liv Holding A/S is completed

The divestment of Topdanmark Liv Holding A/S is completed

1 December 2022

Announcement no. 19/2022

 

All relevant regulatory approvals for Topdanmark Forsikring A/S’ divestment of Topdanmark Liv Holding A/S to Nordea Life Holding AB have now been received.  The transaction has been completed as at today’s date, and Topdanmark Liv Holding A/S and all subsidiaries hereof are now part of the Nordea Group.

In connection with the completion of the transaction, Topdanmark Forsikring A/S has received a purchase price containing a goodwill of DKK 1.44bn which will be booked in Q4 2022. In the latest published profit forecast model for 2022, the profit after tax for discontinued operations was DKK 1.225-1.275bn. Discontinued operations are now expected to show a profit of DKK 1.025-1.075bn, including goodwill, transaction costs, costs for unwinding and restructuring as well as extraordinary costs related to the divestment.

The latest published profit forecast model for 2022 amounted to DKK 2.0-2.15bn for the group. All things equal, this forecast will be affected by the same effects as the discontinued operations without having updated the profit forecast for the continued non-life operations. The lower profit forecast of DKK 200m in discontinued operations corresponds to approx. DKK 2.3 per share. In the forecast, closing of the transaction was expected as at 31 December 2022. The effect of the advanced closing date has been included in the new forecast.

The Board of Directors’ recommendation of the size of the total dividend will be announced in connection with the Annual Results for 2022 on 24 January 2023.

 

Please direct any queries to:

Lars Kufall Beck, CFO

Direct tel:  +45 44 74 30 28

 

Robin Løfgren, Head of Investor RelationsDirect tel:  +45 44 74 40 17Mobile: +45 29 62 16 91

 

Topdanmark A/SCVR. no. 78040017Borupvang 4DK-2750 Ballerup

 

Contacts
  • Robin Hjelgaard Løfgren, Head of Investor Relations, +4544744017, +4529621691, rho@topdanmark.dk
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Asuntosalkku Oyj: Johdon liiketoimet – Timo Metsola

Asuntosalkku OyjYhtiötiedote, johdon liiketoimet 1.12.2022 klo 16.00

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj on vastaanottanut seuraavan ilmoituksen:

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj - Johdon liiketoimet

____________________________________________

Ilmoitusvelvollinen

Nimi: Vuokraturva-yhtiöt Oy

Asema: Lähipiiriin kuuluva henkilö

(X) Oikeushenkilö

 

 

(1):Liikkeeseenlaskijassa johtotehtävissä toimiva henkilö

Nimi: Timo Metsola

Asema: Hallituksen jäsen/varajäsen

 

 

Liikkeeseenlaskija: Asuntosalkku Oyj

LEI: 743700PLOPC2LX1UJL85

Ilmoituksen luonne: ENSIMMÄINEN ILMOITUS

Viitenumero: 21667/4/6

____________________________________________

 

Liiketoimen päivämäärä: 2022-11-28

Kauppapaikka: FIRST NORTH GROWTH MARKET FINLAND (FSME)

Instrumenttityyppi: OSAKE

ISIN: FI4000517602

Liiketoimen luonne: HANKINTA

 

 

Liiketoimien yksityiskohtaiset tiedot

(1): Volyymi: 20 Yksikköhinta: 120 EUR

(2): Volyymi: 20 Yksikköhinta: 119 EUR

 

Liiketoimien yhdistetyt tiedot

(2): Volyymi: 40 Keskihinta: 119.5 EUR

 

 ____________________________________________

 

Liiketoimen päivämäärä: 2022-11-29

Kauppapaikka: FIRST NORTH GROWTH MARKET FINLAND (FSME)

Instrumenttityyppi: OSAKE

ISIN: FI4000517602

Liiketoimen luonne: HANKINTA

 

 

Liiketoimien yksityiskohtaiset tiedot

(1): Volyymi: 127 Yksikköhinta: 114 EUR

 

Liiketoimien yhdistetyt tiedot

(1): Volyymi: 127 Keskihinta: 114 EUR

 

 

Lisätietoja

Asuntosalkku Oyj

Jaakko Sinnemaa

toimitusjohtaja

Puh. +358 41 528 0329

jaakko.sinnemaa@asuntosalkku.fi

 

 

Hyväksytty neuvonantaja

OP Yrityspankki Oyj

Puh. +358 50 325 8723

 

Asuntosalkku Oyj

 

Asuntosalkku on Viron suurin markkinaehtoinen vuokranantaja ja Tallinnan vuokramarkkinoiden edelläkävijä. Se on vuokraustoimintaa harjoittava asuntosijoitusyhtiö, jonka sijoitusstrategian keskiössä ovat valikoidut yksittäiset asunnot omistusasuntotaloissa hyvillä sijainneilla Suomessa ja Viron pääkaupungissa Tallinnassa. Asuntosalkku keskittyy asuntoportfoliossaan pieniin asuntoihin painottaen Suomessa pääkaupunkiseutua ja Virossa Tallinnan vanhan kaupungin läheisyyttä. 30.9.2022 Asuntosalkku omisti 1 414 valmista asuntoa Suomessa, ja näiden yhteenlaskettu käypä arvo oli 176,0 miljoonaa euroa. 31.7.2022 Asuntosalkku omisti 595 valmista asuntoa Tallinnassa, ja näiden yhteenlaskettu käypä arvo oli 99,3 miljoonaa euroa. Asuntosalkun taloudellinen vuokrausaste 30.9.2022 oli 97,7 prosenttia. Asuntosalkun toimitusjohtaja on Jaakko Sinnemaa ja hallituksen puheenjohtaja Timo Metsola. He ovat yhtiöidensä kautta myös Asuntosalkun keskeisiä omistajia.

 

www.asuntosalkku.fi

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StrongPoint ASA invites current and new investors to a product demonstration session

StrongPoint ASA (Ticker: STRO) invites current and new investors to a product demonstration session at our headquarters at Slynga, Norway, on December 16, 2022 at 0900-1000 CET.

The session will include a demonstration of several of StrongPoint’s grocery retail solutions, a short presentation by our CEO Jacob Tveraabak and a Q&A session.

Please register your attendance by email to investor@strongpoint.com by December 14th, 2022.

The address for the event is Slynga 10, Raelingen, Norway.

Contacts
  • Hilde Horn Gilen, CFO StrongPoint ASA, +47 920 60 158, hilde.gilen@strongpoint.com
About StrongPoint

StrongPoint is a grocery retail technology company that provides solutions to make shops smarter, shopping experiences better and online grocery shopping more efficient. With over 500 employees in Norway, Sweden, the Baltics, Spain, the UK and Ireland and together with a wide partner network, StrongPoint supports grocery and retail businesses in more than 20 countries. StrongPoint provides in-store cash management and payment solutions, electronic shelf labels, self-checkouts, task and labor management software, click & collect temperature-controlled grocery lockers, in-store and drive-thru grocery pickup solutions and grocery order picking solutions, both manual and automated. StrongPoint is headquartered in Norway and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with a revenue of approx 1bn NOK [ticker: STRO].”

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Trustee appointed for the arbitral proceedings concerning the redemption of minority shares in Avidly Plc

Trustee appointed for the arbitral proceedings concerning the redemption of minority shares in Avidly Plc

Avidly Plc, Company announcement, 1 December 2022 at 1:45 p.m. (EEST)

Anton Holding II Oy ("Anton Holding II") has, by its application to the Redemption Board of the Finland Chamber of Commerce dated 4 October 2022, commenced redemption proceedings in respect of Avidly Plc’s ("Avidly") minority shares by initiating arbitral proceedings in accordance with Chapter 18, Section 3 of the Finnish Limited Liability Companies Act in order to obtain ownership of all the issued and outstanding shares in Avidly.

Due to Anton Holding II’s application for the above-mentioned arbitral proceedings, the Redemption Board of the Finland Chamber of Commerce has petitioned the District Court of Helsinki for the appointment of a trustee to supervise the interests of Avidly’s minority shareholders in the arbitral proceedings. On 30 November 2022, the Redemption Board of the Finland Chamber of Commerce has notified Anton Holding II that the District Court of Helsinki has, with its decision given on 1 November 2022, appointed attorney-at-law Niina Rosenlund to act as such trustee.

Anton Holding II Oy’s notice, as referred to in Chapter 18, Section 5, Subsection 2 of the Finnish Limited Liability Companies Act, is attached to this release and is also available on the website of Avidly at https://investors.avidlyagency.com/en/shares/basic-information/. It will also be published in the National Official Journal of Finland (Virallinen lehti in the Finnish language) without delay.

Additional information:

Jesse Maula

CEO

jesse.maula@avidlyagency.com

+358 (0) 40 548 0248

Certified Adviser: Oaklins Merasco Ltd, tel. +358 (0) 9 612 9670

Avidly in brief

Avidly is a leading Nordic-based marketing technology (MarTech) service provider with its shares trading on Nasdaq First North Helsinki. In Avidly’s MarTech offering, customer experience, data and technology are closely entwined into its impact-driven growth strategy. Avidly partners with organizations of all sizes, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies and is committed to creating solutions that help companies to grow. Avidly has a team of approximately 280 MarTech professionals in 18 locations in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, the UK and Canada.

Appendix 1: Redemption claim regarding minority shares based on the Finnish Limited Liability Companies Act

 

 

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