IRLAB’s nomination committee proposes Martin Nicklasson as new board member and provides their proposal

April 8, 2021

IRLAB (Nasdaq Stockholm: IRLAB A) announced today that the nomination committee has provided their proposal and motivated opinion ahead of the annual general meeting 2021. Martin Nicklasson is proposed as a new board member. Martin Nicklasson has extensive experience from the international pharmaceutical industry, primarily from executive positions within AstraZeneca, Pharmacia, Biovitrum and Sobi as well as a board member in several life science companies.

IRLAB (Nasdaq Stockholm: IRLAB A) announced today that the nomination committee has provided their proposal and motivated opinion ahead of the annual general meeting 2021. Martin Nicklasson is proposed as a new board member. Martin Nicklasson has extensive experience from the international pharmaceutical industry, primarily from executive positions within AstraZeneca, Pharmacia, Biovitrum and Sobi as well as a board member in several life science companies.

In addition to the nomination of Martin Nicklasson as a board member, the nomination committee proposes re-election of Gunnar Olsson as Chair of the board, Carola Lemne as vice Chair and Lars Adlersson, Rein Piir and Lena Torlegård as board members. Eva Lindgren has declined re-election. The nomination committee further proposes re-election of the auditing firm Öhrlings PriceWaterhouseCoopers as the company’s auditor. The nomination committee’s proposal is accessible, in Swedish, on the web page for the annual general meeting 2021 on www.irlab.se under the menu Corporate governance.

About Martin Nicklasson

Martin Nicklasson, born 1955, has more than 40 years of experience within Life Sciences with about 25 years in executive positions at AstraZeneca and Kabi Pharmacia, e.g. CEO Astra Pain Control AB, CEO Astra Hässle AB and member of AstraZeneca’s group management team. He has been the CEO of Biovitrum AB and Sobi AB and has an extensive experience of several boards within the Life Sciences in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland and the UK and US.