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    Qliro Group changes management and name

    Press release, Stockholm, 20 October 2020 Qliro Group’s Board of Directors has appointed Kristina Lukes as the new CEO from November 6 2020 and John Afzelius as the new CFO from April 1 2021. Kristina and John currently have corresponding roles at the subsidiary Nelly. Nelly will be Qliro Group’s remaining business after the distribution of Qliro AB and CDON. To reflect the company’s new focus, Qliro Group changes its name to Nelly Group around November 6. As previously announced, Mathias Pedersen is leaving his role as CEO as the split-up of Qliro Group is being completed. David Granath will remain in his role as CFO until March 2020.

    Information brochure before the proposed distribution of CDON AB

    Press release, Stockholm, 5 October 2020 The board of directors of Qliro Group has proposed that an Extraordinary General Meeting on 26 October 2020, resolves on a distribution of all shares in CDON AB to Qliro Group's shareholders. Today, an information brochure is published regarding the proposed distribution. The distribution of, and the first day … Continued

    Information brochure before the proposed distribution of Qliro AB

    Press release, Stockholm, 4 September 2020 The board of directors of Qliro Group AB has proposed that an extraordinary general meeting on 28 September 2020, resolves on the distribution of all shares in Qliro AB to Qliro Group’s shareholders. Today, an information brochure is published regarding the proposed distribution. The distribution of, and the first day for trading in, the shares in Qliro AB is expected to take place around October 2, 2020.

    Qliro Group removes its subsidiaries’ previous financial targets. The Group’s goal is to complete the split-up during 2020

    Press release, Stockholm, 14 July 2020 Qliro Group removes the financial targets and previous guidance for 2020 for its subsidiaries. The Group's goal is to complete the planned split-up during 2020, where Qliro AB, CDON and Nelly will become separately listed companies, and in addition limit the central management costs. Qliro AB:s previous targets were … Continued

    One-off effects in the second quarter for the subsidiary Qliro AB

    Press release, Stockholm, 3 July 2020 Qliro Group’s subsidiary Qliro AB reports two negative one-off effects totalling SEK 24 million in the second quarter. The first effect is an impairment of intangible fixed assets of SEK 16 million. The second effect is due a changed method regarding when commissions to Qliro AB’s merchants are recorded and is estimated at SEK 8 million.

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