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Annual General Meeting of SAS AB rescheduled to 7 April 2010 and a proposal for a reverse share split

February 26, 2010 17:50

SAS has previously communicated that the Annual General Meeting 2010 is planned for 13 April 2010 and that the Board of Director’s resolution for a rights issue is subject to the approval by an Extraordinary General Meeting planned for 7 April 2010.

For efficiency purposes and to facilitate for the company’s shareholders to attend only a single General Meeting, SAS has resolved to reschedule the Annual General Meeting to 7 April 2010, thus no Extraordinary General Meeting will be held. The Board of Director’s resolution for a rights issue will consequently be subject to the approval by the Annual General Meeting.

The previously communicated indicative timetable for the rights issue in 2010 will not be affected.

The Board of Directors of SAS has also resolved to propose the Annual General Meeting to resolve on a reverse split in order to reduce the number of shares following the rights issue.

The number of ordinary shares that will be consolidated into one share and the corresponding amendment of the company’s Articles of Association (regarding the number of shares that may be issued), shall be announced on 6 April 2010.
For further information, please contact
Sture Stølen, Head of SAS Group Investor Relations, +46 70 997 1451

SAS discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was provided for publication on 26 February 2010, at 5.50 pm CET

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