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2014-05-21

Brighter AB : Official Notification of the Annual General Shareholders Meeting to be held on June 18th 2014.

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGBrighter AB (publ) will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, 18 June 2014, at 10:00 am, at the offices of Pareto Securities, 9thfloor, Berzelii Park 9, in Stockholm, Sweden.RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND REGISTRATION

Those who wish to participate in the Meeting must:

* Be registered as a shareholder in the shareholder register maintained by
Euroclear Sweden AB by Thursday, 12 June 2014, and
* Inform the company of their intent to participate in the Meeting by Friday,
13 June 2014 at the latest.

Registration of participation must be made in writing to - preferably -
ir@brightercompany.com, or by mail to Brighter AB (publ), Norgegatan 2,
SE-164 32, Kista, Sweden. When registering, please state your name, personal
identity number/corporate registration number, address and phone number.

Shareholders who are unable to personally attend the Meeting may exercise
their rights at the Meeting through representatives who possess a written,
signed and dated power of attorney letter. A power-of-attorney form will be
provided upon request and will be available on the company's website,
www.brightercompany.com, as of no later than three weeks prior to the
Meeting, until the day before the Meeting. If the power of attorney was
issued by a legal person, a copy of the proof of registration or equivalent
form of authorisation for the legal person must be enclosed. To facilitate
entry to the Meeting, power of attorney forms, proof of registration and
other forms of authorisation should be submitted to the company at the
aforementioned address by Friday, 13 June 2014 at the latest.

To be entitled to participate in the Meeting, shareholders whose shares are
held by a trustee must, through their trustee, register the shares in their
own name in the shareholder register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB by
Thursday, 12 June 2014. This registration can be temporary.

PROPOSED AGENDA

1 Opening of the Meeting.
2 Election of the Chairman of the Meeting.
3 Preparation and approval of the list of shareholders entitled to vote at
the Meeting.
4 Approval of the agenda.
5 Election of two officers to verify the minutes.
6 Determination of whether the Meeting has been duly convened.
7 Presentation of the annual report and the auditors' report for 2013.
8 Resolutions concerning: 1 the adoption of the income statement and balance
sheet for 2013 2 dispositions concerning the company's profit or loss as
shown in the balance sheet adopted by the Meeting 3 discharge of the Board
members and the CEO from personal liability for their administration during
2013.
9 Resolution concerning the number of Board members and deputy Board members.

10 Determination of the fees to be paid to Board members.
11 Election of the Chairman of the Board, other members of the Board, and any
deputy members.
12 Resolution concerning the number of auditors and deputy auditors.
13 Determination of the fees to be paid to the auditor.
14 Election of the auditor and any deputy auditors.
15 Adoption of directives for the Nomination Committee.
16 Resolution concerning the issuance of warrants, as well as the approval of
the transfer of warrants to the company's Board members.
17 Resolution concerning the issuance of warrants, as well as the approval of
the transfer of warrants to employees and key members of the company.
18 Resolution concerning the authorisation of an issuance.
19 Conclusion of the Meeting.

Proposals

Resolution on dispositions concerning the company's profit or loss as shown in
the balance sheet adopted by the Meeting
(item 8 b)

At the disposal of the AGM are retained earnings of SEK 2,495,297 and a loss
for the year of SEK - 2,780,702. The Board proposes that no dividend be paid
for the 2013 financial year and that the overall loss of SEK -285,405 be
carried forward.

Resolution concerning the number of Board members and deputy Board members,
determination of the fees to be paid to Board members, election of the
Chairman and other members of the Board and any deputy members, resolution
concerning the number of auditors and deputy auditors,
determination of the fees to be paid to the auditor, and the election of the
auditor and any deputy auditors
(items 9-14)

The company's principal shareholder has notified the company's Board of said
shareholder's intent to propose that the AGM resolve on certain resolutions
as follows:

Item 9: That the Board comprise five Board members with no deputies.

Item 10: That each of the Board members be paid a fee of two price base
amounts (Sw. prisbasbelopp
) and that the Chairman of the Board be paid two additional price base
amounts.

Item 11: That Gert Westergren and Lars Flening be re-elected to the Board and
that Afsaneh Ghatan Bauer, Petra Kaur Ljungman and Sara Murby Forste be
elected new Board members. That Gert Westergren be re-elected Chairman of the
Board.

Item 12: That there be one auditor with no deputy auditors.

Item 13: That the auditor be paid upon the approval of invoices.

Item 14: That the auditing firm Ernst&Young AB ("EY
") be elected auditor. If this resolution passes, EY intends to appoint Per
Hedström as the Chief Auditor and Patrik Olofson as his personally selected
co-auditor.

Adoption of directives for the Nomination Committee
(item 15)

The principal shareholder proposes that the AGM resolve on directives for the
Nomination Committee primarily as follows:

That the Nomination Committee comprise four members. The company's three
largest shareholders/holding groups ("Majority Shareholders
") as of 31 August in the year prior to the year in which the AGM is held - as
per the shareholder information listed in the shareholder register maintained
by Euroclear Sweden AB of the company's shareholders/holding groups, or who
can otherwise prove that they were among the majority shareholders on the
aforementioned date - each appoint one member to the Committee. The Chairman
of the Board is also to be appointed a member of the Nomination Committee.

The Chairman of the Board must convene the company's Majority Shareholders by
15 October at the latest. If any of these shareholders abstains from their
right to appoint a member to the Nomination Committee, the next-largest
shareholder/holding group is to be given the opportunity to appoint a member
to the Nomination Committee.

Neither the CEO nor any other member of the executive management is to be a
member of the Nomination Committee. The Chairman of the Board is tasked with
convening the Nomination Committee's first meeting.

The Chairman of the Board is not to be appointed Chairman of the Nomination
Committee. The Nomination Committee's term lasts until such time as a new
Nomination Committee is appointed. The composition of the Nomination
Committee must be published no later than six months prior to the AGM.

If information arises that any shareholder that has appointed a member to
Nomination Committee is no longer a Majority Shareholder due to changes in
their shareholding or due to changes in another shareholder's shareholding,
the member that the aforementioned shareholder appointed - if so decreed by
the Nomination Committee - must step down and be replaced by a new member who
is to be appointed by the shareholder that is the largest registered
shareholder at said time and that has not already appointed a member to the
Nomination Committee.

If the registered ownership structure changes in any other material respects
prior to the Nomination Committee completing its assignment, the Nomination
Committee is to change its composition in accordance with the aforementioned
principles, if so decreed by the Nomination Committee.

Resolution concerning the issuance of warrants, as well as the approval of the
transfer of warrants to the company's Board members
(item 16)

The principal shareholder proposes that the AGM resolve on the issuance of
warrants and the approval of the transfer of warrants primarily as follows:

1 That the company issue 200,000 warrants, whereby each warrant is to carry
an entitlement for the new issuance of one share in the company, and
whereby the company's share capital can be increased by no more than SEK
10,000.

2. That the right to subscribe for warrants be granted to a wholly owned
subsidiary ("the Subsidiary
"), which deviates from the shareholders' preferential rights.

3. That warrants be subscribed for through a separate subscription list
by 30 June 2014 at the latest. That the Board be entitled to resolve on an
extension of the subscription period.

4. That the warrants be issued free of charge.

5. That the Board of the company instruct the Subsidiary to transfer the
warrants to the Board members elected at the 2014 AGM, as well as to any
Board members who are elected after said AGM and until the 2015 AGM ("the
Board members
"). The right to acquire warrants is contingent on the Board members having
signed a contract pertaining to, among other matters, the right of
pre-emption with the company at the time of the acquisition.

a) The Board members are divided into three groups.Group 1
encompasses the Chairman, who is to be able to acquire no more than 50,000
warrants.Group 2
encompasses other Board members elected at the 2014 AGM, who are to be able to
acquire no more than 150,000 warrants collectively. However, no individual
Board member is to be able to acquire more than 35,000 warrants.Group 3
encompasses any Board members elected after the 2014 AGM, who are to be able
to acquire no more than 10,000 warrants collectively.

b) If the total number of warrants that the Board members want to
acquire is less than the maximum number of warrants that the Subsidiary has
at its disposal to transfer, the aforementioned limits can be exceeded, but
never in a manner such that (i) a Board member in Group 1 can acquire more
than 80,000 warrants, (ii) a Board member in Group 2 can acquire more than
50,000 warrants, or that (iii) a Board member in Group 3 can acquire more
than 25,000 warrants.

6. The sum paid for the warrants that are transferred from the
Subsidiary to the Board members must be at a market rate, which is determined
by BDO Consulting Group AB by applying the Black&Scholes valuation model. BDO
Consulting Group AB is to be considered independent in relation to the
company.

The warrants up to the number specified in section 5 a) above may be acquired
by the Board members in Group 1 and Group 2 over (i) a period of one month
after the company's 2014 Q2 interim report has been published, and over (ii)
a period beginning the day after the company's 2014 Q3 interim report has
been publ...

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