Press release


The Nasdaq Stockholm Company Committee has approved Nilörngruppen AB’s Class B shares for listing on Nasdaq Stockholm’s main list. The approval is subject to compliance with customary terms and conditions, including the acceptance of a prospectus and registration by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen). The first day of trading on Nasdaq Stockholm is scheduled for Wednesday, 4 April 2018.

The shares will be traded on the small cap list under the same symbol as before (NILB) and ISIN code (SE0007100342). No new shares will be issued in conjunction with the change of listing.

Due to the change of listing to Nasdaq Stockholm, the last day for trading on Nasdaq First North Premier is expected to be Tuesday, 3 April 2018. Shareholders in Nilörngruppen need not take any action in connection with the delisting from Nasdaq First North Premier or the listing on Nasdaq Stockholm.

“The listing on Nasdaq Stockholm is a proof of quality that will support us in our expansion with the goal of achieving our vision to become the best label company worldwide. A milestone in our company’s history” says Claes of Wetterstedt, CEO of Nilörngruppen.

The prospectus that has been prepared in connection with the change of listing is expected to be published on the Nilörns’s website,, 28 March 2018.

Borås, 27 March 2018

For questions, please contact:
Claes of Wetterstedt
Telephone: +46 (0)33 700 88 30
Mobile: +46 (0)706 96 29 50

This information is information that Nilörngruppen is under obligation to publish in accordance with the EU Market Abuse Regulation. Securities Markets Act. The information herein was provided by the contact person named below for publication at 13:00 a.m., 27 March 2018.

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Source: Nilörngruppen AB via GlobeNewswire