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Fingerprint Cards’ board member Lars Söderfjell taken into custody

23 January 2017  |  2888 views  |  0 Source: Fingerprint Cards

The Swedish Economic Crime Authority has today taken Fingerprint Cards’ member of the Board Lars Söderfjell into custody for alleged market abuse in conjunction with the company’s profit warning in December 2016.

Also Johan Carlström, shareholder and former employee, has been taken into custody on the same grounds.

“We take very seriously on these events and the information that now has come to our attention. We are of course cooperating with the Swedish Economic Crime Authority”, says Jan Wäreby, Chairman of the Board at Fingerprint Cards.

The company’s operations are not affected by these events. No decisions have been made regarding Lars Söderfjell’s participation in the Board. At the moment, the Company has no further comments.

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