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2016-04-08

Bure Equity: NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

PRESSRELEASE Stockholm, 8 april 2016

The shareholders in Bure Equity AB (publ) are hereby invited to attend
the Annual General Meeting to be held on Monday, 9 May 2016, 4 p.m.
at IVA's Conference Centre, Wallenbergsalen, Grev Turegatan 16, in
Stockholm. The doors will open at 3:00 p.m. Coffee will be served
before the meeting starts.

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Notice
Shareholders who wish to participate in the Annual General Meeting
("AGM")

must be recorded in the register of shareholders maintained by
Euroclear Sweden AB no later than Monday, 2 May 2016, and

must notify the company of their intention to participate no later
than 12:00 p.m. on Monday, 2 May 2016, in writing to Bure Equity AB,
Nybrogatan 6, SE-114 34 Stockholm, Sweden, via the company's website
www.bure.se (only private individuals), by telephone +46 8-614 00 20,
by fax +46 8-614 00 38 or by e-mail to arsstamma@bure.se.

When notifying the company, shareholders must state their name,
address, telephone number, personal/corporate identity number and
specify if the shareholder wishes to be accompanied by an assistant
(no more than two). Registered participants will receive an admission
card that is to be presented at the entrance to the meeting premises.

To be entitled to participate in the AGM, shareholders whose shares
are registered in the name of a trustee must have their shares
temporarily re-registered in their own name with Euroclear Sweden AB.
Shareholders must notify their trustees well in advance to ensure
that an entry is made in the register of shareholders by Monday, 2
May 2016.

Shareholders who wish to be represented by a proxy must submit a dated
form of proxy. A proxy may be valid for a maximum of five years if
specifically stated. If no period of validity is specified, a proxy
is valid for no longer than one year. The original proxy document
must be mailed to the company at the above address well in advance of
the AGM. Proxies repre-senting a legal entity must attach a
certificate of registration or corresponding proof of authorisation.
A proxy form is available on the company's website www.bure.se
(http://%20www.bure.se) and will also be sent by mail to all
shareholders who so request and provide their mailing address.

Agenda
1. Opening of the AGM
2. Election of a Chairman of the AGM
3. Preparation and approval of the voting list
4. Approval of the agenda
5. Election of one or two persons to verify the minutes
6. Determination as to whether the AGM has been duly convened
7. Address by the CEO
8. Presentation of the annual report and the audit report as well as
the consolidated financial statements and the audit report for the
Group

1) Resolutions regarding
a) adoption of the income statement and balance sheet as well as the
consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet

b) appropriation of the company's profit according to the adopted
balance sheet

c) discharge from liability for the members of the Board of Directors
and the CEO

9. Determination of the number of Board members to be elected by the
AGM

10. Determination of Board of Directors' fees
11. Election of Board members and the Chairman of the Board
12. Election of Auditor
13. Determination of Auditors' fees
14. Determination of principles for appointment of the Nominating
Committee and in-structions for the Nominating Committee

15. Determination of principles for remuneration and other terms of
employment for sen-ior executives

16. Resolution regarding reduction of the share capital and a bonus
issue

17. Resolution regarding authorisation for the Board to decide on the
repurchase of treas-ury shares

18. Closing of the AGM
The Nominating Committee's proposals for resolution
The Nominating Committee ahead of the 2016 AGM consists of Bengt
Belfrage (appointed by Nordea Investment Funds), Patrik Tigerschiöld
(appointed by the Tigerschiöld family), and Per Björkman (appointed
by the Björkman family). The Nominating Committee ap-pointed Per
Björkman as chairman of the Nominating Committee. The main points of
the Nominating Committee's proposals are presented below. The
complete proposals and a motivated statement will be made available
prior to the AGM together with the other doc-umentation.

Item 2. Election of a Chairman of the AGM
The Nominating Committee proposes that Björn Kristiansson be elected
as Chairman of the AGM.

Item 10. Determination of the number of Board members to be elected by
the AGM

The Nominating Committee proposes that the Board consist of seven
regular members with no deputy board members.

Item 11. Determination of Board of Directors' fees
The Nominating Committee proposes that fees to the Board of Directors
be a total of SEK 2,450,000, of which SEK 800,000 shall be paid to
the Chairman of the Board and SEK 275,000 to each of the other
regular members elected by the AGM.

Item 12. Election of Board members and the Board Chairman
The Nominating Committee proposes re-election of sitting Board members
Hans Biörck, Carl Björkman, Bengt Engström, Charlotta Falvin, Patrik
Tigerschiöld and Mathias Uhlén and election of Sarah McPhee as a new
Board member. Patrik Tigerschiöld is proposed for re-election as
Chairman of the Board. Eva Gidlöf has declined re-election.

Sarah McPhee, born in 1954, MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics
and has an M. A. from Stanford University. Sarah has a long and
extensive experience in the financial sector where she up to 2015 was
President of the SPP Group. Currently, Sarah is Chairman of Study for
Business and Society and a member of Axel Johnson Inc. and Klarna
among others.

Item 13. Election of auditor
The Nominating Committee proposes that a registered auditing firm be
elected as the company's auditor and that the registered auditing
firm Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers AB be re-elected to serve for
the period until the end of the 2017 AGM (with Authorised Public
Accountant Michael Bengtsson as Auditor in Charge until further
notice).

Item 14. Determination of Auditors' fees
The Nominating Committee proposes that fees to the auditors be paid
according to ap-proved accounts.

Item 15. Determination of principles for appointment of the Nominating
Committee and in-structions for the Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee proposes that the AGM decides to establish
principles for ap-pointment of the Nominating Committee in accordance
with the following. The proposal is unchanged from the previous year.

The Chairman of the Board shall - no later than at the end of the
third quarter of each year - ensure that the company's three largest
shareholders or shareholder groups in terms of voting power are
offered the opportunity to each appoint a representative to the
Nomi-nating Committee. The determination of voting power is based on
Euroclear Sweden AB's register of shareholders (groups of
shareholders) on the last banking day in August or such other
certification that the shareholders or shareholder groups can present
as proof of their shareholdings on this date. If one or more
shareholders decline from appointing a member to the Nominating
Committee, one or more additional shareholder(s) next in or-der of
voting power shall be offered the opportunity to appoint a member to
the Nominat-ing Committee. However, no more than five additional
shareholders need to be contacted unless the Chairman of the Board
finds special reason to do so. When a shareholder is con-tacted with
a request to appoint a member to the Nominating Committee, the
Chairman of the Board shall specify the required rules of order, such
as the latest reply date, etc.

The Board's proposals for resolution
Item 9 b) - Appropriation of profits
The Board of Directors proposes ordinary dividend of SEK 1 per share
and an extra divi-dend of SEK 1 per share for the financial year
2015. The proposed record date is 11 May 2016. Provided that this
record date is approved, dividends are expected to be disbursed on 16
May 2016.

Item 16 - Determination of principles for remuneration and other terms
of employment for senior executives

The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM resolves to approve the
Board of Directors' proposal regarding principles for remuneration
and other terms of employment for the CEO and other senior executives
in accordance with the following.

Remuneration for the CEO and other senior executives shall consist of
basic salary, variable salary, pension and other remuneration. All
pension benefits shall be of the defined contri-bution type. Variable
salary is prepared by the Remuneration Committee and resolved by the
Board of Directors.

A. Fixed basic Salary
The fixed basic salary for the CEO and other senior executives is
reviewed annually. The distribution between basic salary and, where
applicable, variable salary, shall be proportionate to the
executive's responsibilities and powers.

B. Variable salary (Short-Term Incentive STI)
The variable salary for the CEO shall amount to a maximum of 100 per
cent of the annual salary. For other senior executives, the maximum
amount of variable salary shall be equal to 60-100 per cent of an
annual salary. The variable salary for the CEO and other senior
executives is based on the outcome of a number of primarily
quantitative parameters in relation to predetermined targets. The
quantitative pa-rameters relate to the company's share price
performance, development of the company's net asset value per share
and the focus issues of the respective financial year. Other senior
executives, however not the CEO, shall also be subject to a
dis-cretionary parameter. The company's total cost for the total
variable salary shall not exceed MSEK 8.0 (including social security
payments).

C. Long term incentive program (Long Term Incentive LTI)
For the purpose of linking the interests of the employees with the
interests of the shareholders and in order to encourage the
employees' acquisitions of shares in the company, a long term
incentive program shall, in addition to the annual variable salary
described above, be applied in regard of all employees in the company
with the following main components

i. If an employee, during a certain time period and within the frames
of the LTI, buys shares up to a certain amount, the company shall
match this by cash pay-ment of the same amount, compensated for the
employee's marginal tax costs, in the form of a single payment (the
"Matching Amount"). The employees shall be entitled to buy shares for
an amount which is in proportion to the size of the fixed basic
salary. The employee shall use the Matching Amount to acquire shares
in the company. These shares shall by means of agreement be kept for
at least 3 years.

ii. If the requirements according to item iii. have been fulfilled,
the company shall pay an additional single payment corresponding to
the Matching Amount, how-ever not compensated for the employee's
marginal tax costs (the "Performance Amount"). The employee shall use
the Performance Amount (after deduction has been made for the
individual's tax) to acquire shares in the company. These shares
shall by means of agreement be kept for at least 1 year.

iii. The criteria for payment of the Performance Amount is, inter
alia, that the em-ployee is still employed and that he or she has
kept his or her acquired shares ac-cording to item i. during the
whole time period, and that the predetermined per-formance goals
regarding the company's annual total revenue up until 2019 as
established by the Board of Directors have been fulfilled.

iv. The total cost for the company regarding payment of the Matching
Amount and the Performance Amount shall not exceed MSEK 2.2.

Miscellaneous
To the extent that any Board member elected by the AGM performs work
for the company in addition to Board work, market-based cash
compensation shall be payable for such work pursuant to a Board
resolution.

The Board of Directors may deviate from these guidelines ...

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