Hereby, OMX AB announces the content of the notice concerning OMX AB's Annual General Meeting on April 12, 2007. Attachment: Notice of Annual General Meeting of OMX AB. For more information, please contact: Niclas Lilja, Press Relations, OMX+46 8 405 63 95 About OMX | OMX is a leading expert in the exchange industry. Through the Nordic Exchange, OMX offers access to approximately 80 percent of the Nordic and Baltic securities market. The Nordic Exchange is a term used for marketing purposes and is not a legal entity. It describes the common offering from the Helsinki Stock Exchange, Copenhagen Stock Exchange, Stockholm Stock Exchange, Iceland Stock Exchange, Tallinn Stock Exchange, Riga Stock Exchange and Vilnius Stock Exchange. OMX integrated technology solutions cross the transaction chain enabling efficient securities transactions for over 60 exchange organizations in more than 50 countries. OMX is a Nordic Large Cap company in the Financials sector on the OMX Nordic Exchange. For more information, please visit www.omxgroup.com Notice of 2007 Annual General Meeting of OMX AB The shareholders in OMX AB (publ) (“OMX”) are hereby given notice to attend the Annual General Meeting to be held on April 12, 2007, beginning at 17:00 CET at OMX's head office, Tullvaktsvägen 15 (Frihamnen) in Stockholm. Registration, etc. Shareholders who wish to participate in the Annual General Meeting must be listed in the register of shareholders kept by VPC AB (“VPC”), not later than Wednesday, April 4, 2007, and inform OMX of their intention to attend, either by post to OMX AB, SE-105 78 Stockholm, Sweden, or by telephone +46 8-405 60 00, not later than Tuesday, April 10, 2007, at 16:00 CET. Registration must include the shareholder's name, civil registration number/corporate registration number, address and telephone number, as well as the number of accompanying assistants. Registration can also be made on OMX's website at www.omxgroup.com, or by email to email@example.com. Powers of attorney, registration certificates and other documentation of eligibility should be received by OMX at the above address not later than April 10, 2007, to facilitate admission to the Annual General Meeting. Entry cards will be sent to all shareholders who have announced their intention to attend the Meeting. Shareholders whose shares are nominee registered through the notary department of a bank or with a private securities broker must temporarily register their shares with VPC in their own name to be entitled to vote at the Annual General Meeting. This re-registration must be made by April 4, 2007, at the latest. Thus, shareholders must notify their nominee of such registration well in advance of that date. Instructions for holders of shares registered in the Finnish APK central securities depository Finnish shareholders who have their shares registered on owner accounts with the Finnish central securities depository (“APK”) are nominee-registered at VPC, and APK will automatically re-register these shareholders on Tuesday, April 3, 2007. However, these Finnish shareholders must also notify OMX themselves of their intention to participate in the meeting, in accordance with the instructions above. Instructions to holders of shares registered in the Danish central securities depository Danish shareholders who have their shares registered with the Danish Central Securities Depository (“Værdipapircentralen”) must re-register their shares with VPC in their own name to be entitled to participate and vote at the Annual General Meeting. Re-registration of shares must be requested well in advance of and not later than 16:00 CET on Tuesday, April 3, 2007. Requests for re-registration of shares should be made to VP Services A/S, VP Investor Services A/S, Helgeshøj Allé 61, P.O. Box 20, DK-2630 Taastrup, Denmark, by telephone +45 4358 8866 or by telefax +45 4358 8867. On Wednesday, 4 April, 2007, Værdipapircentralen will conduct any necessary re-registration of shares with VPC. As in the case of Finnish shareholders, Danish shareholders must also personally notify OMX of their intention to participate in the meeting, in accordance with the instructions above. PROPOSED AGENDA 1. Opening of the Meeting. 2. Election of Chairman of the Meeting. 3. Establishment and approval of the voters' list. 4. Approval of the Agenda. 5. Election of one or two persons to verify the minutes. 6. Determination as to whether the Meeting was duly convened. 7. Presentation of Annual Report and Auditors' Report and the consolidated accounts and consolidated auditors' report; Statement by the President, presentation of work conducted by the Board of Directors, remuneration and audit committees, information about OMX's application of the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance and question and answer session. 8. Decisions a) concerning approval of the income statement and balance sheet and the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet b) concerning discharge of liability for Board members and the President c) disposition of the company's profit as stated in the approved balance sheet. 9. Decision concerning number of Board members to be elected by Annual General Meeting. 10. Decision concerning fees to be paid Board members and auditors. 11. Election of Board members, Chairman and auditors. 12. Appointment of Nominating Committee. 13. Board's proposal on principles for remuneration and other terms of employment for the Executive Management Team. 14. Board's proposal for decision concerning introduction of a Share Match Program in 2007 for senior executives. 15. The Board's proposal concerning the repurchasing and transfer of OMX shares. 16. The Board's proposal to the Annual General Meeting to authorize the Board to decide to raise certain loans. 17. Endorsement of the Board's appointment of an honorary Chairman. 18. Other matters, if any. 19. Close of the Meeting. PROPOSALS FOR DECISION Point 2: Chairman of the Meeting The Nominating Committee 1) proposes that Olof Stenhammar, Dr. Econ. & Phil. h.c., be appointed Chairman of the Meeting. Point 8 c): Proposed appropriation of earnings The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that funds in the company's balance sheet totaling SEK 1,858,961,130 be distributed in a manner whereby a dividend of SEK 4.50 per share should be paid for the 2006 fiscal year, in addition to an extraordinary dividend of SEK 2 per share, resulting in a total dividend of SEK 784,163,036. The Board proposes Tuesday, April 17, 2007, as the record date. If the Annual General Meeting approves the proposal, dividends are expected to be sent from VPC on Friday, April 20, 2007. 2) Point 9: Proposed number of Board members The Nominating Committee proposes that the Board of Directors shall comprise seven members. Point 10: Proposal for Board and Auditors' fees, etc. The Nominating Committee proposes that the following fees be paid to Board members for the period up to the next Annual General Meeting: An unchanged fixed fee to be paid to each member and a total amount for all members of SEK 2,250,000, to be divided as SEK 750,000 to the Chairman and SEK 250,000 to each of the other Board members elected by the Annual General Meeting who are not employees of the company. An unchanged fee of SEK 400,000 for committee work, to be distributed as decided by the Board of Directors between Board members who serve on committees appointed by the Board. Further details on the Nominating Committee's proposal regarding Board fees and its recommendation that Board members acquire shares in the company are available at www.omxgroup.com. The Nominating Committee also proposes for the period up to the next Annual General Meeting that auditors' compensation and fees continue to be paid in the usual manner against authorized invoices. Point 11: Proposed election of Board members and Chairman Board members Adine Grate Axén, Tarmo Korpela and Board Chairman Olof Stenhammar have declined re-election. The Nominating Committee proposes that the following Board members be re-elected: Urban Bäckström, Bengt Halse, Birgitta Klasén, Hans Munk Nielsen and Markku Pohjola until the next Annual General Meeting has been held. It is also proposed that Birgitta Kantola and Lars Wedenborn be elected as Board members until the next Annual General Meeting has been held. Birgitta Kantola was born in 1948. She is a member of the Boards of Fortum Oyj (Vice Chair), Nordea AB, Stora Enso Oyj, Varma Mutual Pension Company, Vasakronan AB and Åbo Akademi. Birgitta Kantola is a Master of Laws. Lars Wedenborn was born in 1958. He is the Vice President and the CFO, as well as a member of the executive team of Investor AB. In addition, he is Chairman of the Board of Novare Human Capital AB and member of the Board of The Grand Group AB. Lars Wedenborn holds an M. Sc. (Econ.). The Nominating Committee proposes that Urban Bäckström be elected as Chairman of the Board. The Nominating Committee proposes that the accounting firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers AB be appointed auditor. The auditor assignment shall apply until the close of the Annual General Meeting in 2011. Bo Hjalmarsson, Authorized Public Auditor, shall be principal auditor until further notice. More detailed information about the proposed Board members and auditors is available at www.omxgroup.com. Point 12: Nominating Committee The Nominating Committee proposes the following to the Annual General Meeting: A Nominating Committee shall be formed consisting of representatives (who are not members of the company's Board of Directors) for each of the four largest shareholders who wish to participate; they are appointed at least six months prior to the Annual General Meeting with the Chairman also serving as Convener of the first meeting. Unless otherwise decided by the Nominating Committee, the Chairman of the Committee shall represent the largest shareholder in terms of voting rights. The Nominating Committee's mandate period extends up to the appointment of a new Nominating Committee. As soon as a new Nominating Committee is appointed, a public announcement shall be made. If during the Nominating Committee's mandate period, one or more of the shareholders who appoint members of the Nominating Committee are no longer included among the four largest shareholders in terms of voting rights, members appointed by these shareholders shall resign from their positions on the Committee and the shareholder or shareholders that have joined the four largest shareholders shall be entitled to appoint their representatives. The obligation to make their places available is contingent, however, on the shareholder no longer belonging to the four largest shareholders in terms of voting rights by a margin of one percent of the voting rights. In the event that one of the new shareholders refrains from appointing a representative, the next largest shareholder shall be offered the opportunity, so that four shareholders each appoint one representative. If no special circumstances arise, however, no changes shall be made in the composition of the Nominating Committee during the period three months prior to the Annual General Meeting. Shareholders who appoint representatives to the Nominating Committee are entitled to remove such a representative and appoint a new representative to serve as a member of the Nominating Committee. Changes in the Nominating Committee shall be announced as soon as they are made. The Nominating Committee shall formulate proposals to be submitted for resolutions at the 2008 Annual General meeting concerning the following: i)Chairman of the Meeting ii)Board members and Board Chairman iii)Board fees divided among the Chairman, other Board members and what compensation, if any, should be paid for committee work iv)Fees paid to auditors v)Nominating Committee for 2009 Annual General Meeting In connection with its assignment otherwise, the Nominating Committee shall perform the tasks incumbent upon a Nominating Committee under the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance (see Code of Corporate Governance and implementation instructions, “reference code,” at www.bolagsstyrning.se, for further information.) No remuneration is paid to members of the Nominating Committee. At the request of the Nomination Committee, however, OMX AB shall provide manpower resources such as a secretary function for the Nomination Committee to facilitate the Committee's work. As required, the company shall also pay for reasonable costs for external consultants considered necessary by the Nominating Committee to fulfill its obligations. It is proposed that the principles above shall also apply to any Extraordinary General Meetings that may be held. The Board's proposal is essentially the same as the proposal of the Nominating Committee to the 2006 Annual General Meeting, except that the 2006 Annual General Meeting was not required to elect an auditor. Point 13: The Board's proposal regarding principles for remuneration and other employment conditions for the Executive Management Team The Board proposes principles for remuneration and other employment conditions for the Executive Management Team for approval by the Annual General Meeting. The proposed principles are essentially the same as the Board's proposal to the preceding Annual General Meeting. In 2006, the Annual General Meeting adopted principles for remuneration and other employment conditions for the Executive Management Team. The company did not deviate from these guidelines and principles in 2006. The objective of OMX's remuneration policy is to offer compensation that facilitates the retaining and recruitment of qualified expertise for OMX. Remuneration structure 2007 OMX's remunerations for the Executive Management Team comprise the following components: - Fixed salary - Variable salary (i) Short Term Incentive (ii) Long-term Incentive (Share Match Program) - Pensions - Other benefits and severance pay The basic principles for the remuneration structure for 2007 are: - To promote agreement between employees and shareholders regarding their long-term view of operations. - To ensure that employees of OMX's various operations receive remuneration that is competitive and in line with the market. - To offer salary levels based on the results achieved, duties, competence, experience and position, which entails their being neutral in terms of gender, ethnic background, physical handicap and sexual orientation. Fixed salary For the members of OMX's Executive Management Team, reviews are conducted every second year, except for the President, for whom a review is conducted every third year. Reviews take into account market salary trends, employee performance, changes in areas of responsibility, the development of the company and local agreements and regulations. Variable salary Short Term Incentive For 2007, the program comprises quantitative and qualitative targets, of which 60 percent are quantitative and 40 percent qualitative. Targets and conditions are reviewed annually. Quantitative targets for 2007 are linked to return on capital employed and budgeted operating income. The Short Term Incentive program for 2007 comprises approximately 200 employees. The maximum variable salary in 2007 under the Short Term Incentive program for the Executive Management Team amounts to 50 percent of the fixed salary. Long-term incentive programs Share Match Program 2006 The introduction of the Share Match Program 2006 was approved by the Annual General Meeting in April 2006. Assuming their employment is ongoing, approximately 30 senior executives and key employees who participate in the program may obtain five OMX shares per OMX share in which the participant has invested in 2009, providing the following conditions are met. (i) The average annual percentage increase in earnings per share between January 1, 2006, and December 31, 2008, is equal to or exceeds twenty-five (25) percent, and (ii) The total annual return to shareholders shall be equal to or exceed an index selected in advance by the Board, plus ten (10) percent. No matching shares will be distributed if the average annual percentage increase in the earnings per share is less than two (2) percent per year or if the total annual return to shareholders is not better than the benchmark index. Share Match Program 2007 See the Board's proposal under Point 14, below. Pensions OMX offers its employees a defined-contribution occupational pension unless otherwise regulated by local agreements or other conditions. OMX's pension plans for employees in Sweden offer them occupational pensions in line with the market. Retirement age for all OMX employees is 65, including the President and CEO, as well as other members of the Executive Management Team. Other benefits In general, OMX does not offer benefits beyond that encompassed by local practice. Members of the Executive Management Team are entitled to healthcare insurance. Termination and severance pay For OMX employees in general, a period of notice of three months applies for both parties. For members of OMX's Executive Management Team, six months applies for the employee and 12 months applies if notice is served by the company. All members of the Executive Management Team are bound by a competition clause of 12 months subject to penalty. The President has severance pay amounting to six months' salary and a competition clause of 12 months. In the event that the President's position in the company changes, due to an acquisition or merger, such that his or her authorities and area of responsibility are significantly reduced, he or she shall be entitled to severance pay corresponding to six months' salary, regardless of whether the President is served with notice or resigns. Point 14: Board proposal on decision to introduce Share Match Program 2007 for senior executives In April 2006, the Annual General Meeting voted to introduce the Share Match Program 2006. In conjunction with the Board's proposal of the Share Match Program 2006, the Board declared that the intention was to have a similar program in 2007. In accordance with the said intention, the Board now proposes a Share Match Program for 2007. It is the Board's opinion that a Share Match Program would encourage senior executives and key employees in the Group to take a long-term approach to their work and focus on adding shareholder value. The Board considers it vital that more senior executives and key employees in OMX be included in the Share Match Program, to stimulate and promote a long-term approach and a focus on shareholder value. The program is aimed at approximately 95 senior executives and certain key individuals within the OMX Group. The CEO determines who these individuals shall be and reports this to the Board's Remuneration Committee. The selection of individuals granted the right to participate in the Share Match Program 2007 shall be based on their holding a senior and central position within the Group. Of the approximately 95 participants in total, 30 employees are given the opportunity of a maximum investment in OMX shares of the higher of 15 percent of their annual fixed salary in 2007 before tax and the variable salary they receive in accordance with the Short Term Incentive for 2006 after tax. The other participants are entitled to a maximum investment in OMX shares of an amount corresponding to the higher of 7.5 percent of their fixed annual salary for 2007 before tax and their earned and received variable salary in accordance with Short Term Incentive for 2006 after tax. The participants who do not have the Short Term Incentive but do receive a sales bonus shall be entitled to invest their sales bonus for 2006, instead of a variable salary received in accordance with the Short Term Incentive, though never more than an amount corresponding to four months' salary at their 2006 salary level after tax, if the participant belongs to participant categories 1-30 and corresponding to three months' salary at their 2006 salary level after tax, if the participant belongs to participant categories 31-95. In addition, the President shall be entitled to a maximum investment in 10,000 OMX shares, regardless of the above investment restrictions. The President has signed an employment contract involving a fixed salary, which is fixed during the period 2007-2009. The number of invested shares and the circumstances described under points 1 and 2, below, shall subsequently provide the basis for the number of shares that the participant is entitled to receive, without consideration, from the company (“matching”). On the condition that the participant retains his/her investment in OMX shares for a period of approximately three years, through April 30, 2010, and that his/her employment within the OMX Group is not terminated during that time, the participant will have the right to receive a maximum of five OMX shares (“matching shares”), in accordance with the conditions below, for each OMX share in which he/she has invested. However, the President shall be entitled to receive, for each invested OMX share, not more than eight matching shares in accordance with the following. For maximum matching of five OMX shares for each OMX share purchased, the following conditions must be met: 1.The average annual percentage increase in earnings per share between January 1, 2007, and December 31, 2009, shall be equal to or exceed 20 percent. If this earnings measure is achieved, participants shall be entitled to 2.5 matching shares per purchased share. In order for participants to be entitled to matching shares, the percentage increase in earnings per share must amount to 2 percent annually. Subsequently, the number of matching shares increases linearly up to a maximum of 2.5 shares. 2.The total annual return to shareholders shall be equal to or exceed an index predetermined by the Board plus 10 percent. The index is a weighted total return to shareholders in companies competing with OMX in exchange and/or technology operations. Exchange operations represent 70 percent of the index and technology operations the remaining 30 percent. The total return to OMX shareholders is determined by adding to the average closing price for OMX shares during the final three months of 2009, the total dividend for the period 2006-2009, divided by the closing price for OMX shares on the record date for the dividend. The total of this is then divided by the average closing price for OMX shares during the final three months of 2006. The result is subsequently subtracted by one and distributed equally over three years. For participants to be entitled to matching shares, the total return to shareholders must exceed the comparison index. Subsequently, the number of matching shares increases linearly up to a maximum of 2.5 shares. The Board intends to undertake hedging measures for the Share Match Program 2007, by wholly or partially allowing share swaps that the company entered into with third parties to hedge previously issued stock options to also cover the new program and/or wholly or partially cover the program through holdings of treasury shares, assuming the Annual General Meeting makes a decision on the agenda item concerning the acquisition of own shares that can be transferred to employees under the Share Match Program 2007. The hedging measures shall not lead to the issuance of new shares as a result of the Share Match Program 2007. In the event of hedging via the repurchasing of OMX shares, however, shares already issued may be repurchased first and then delivered to employees or sold in the market to cover social security expenses. The Share Match Program 2007 will have a dilution effect only if it is covered through treasury shares acquired under the proposed repurchase program. These dilution effects are expected to be marginal for the company and shareholders, due to the limited extent of the program and the fact that the shares to be delivered have already been issued. Delivery of matching shares under the program will amount to not more than approximately 520,000 shares, which corresponds to approximately 0.4 percent of the outstanding shares and the voting rights in the company. The Board estimated that 150,000 matching shares will be required for the Share Match Program 2007 and to cover social security expenses, etc. The Board has established guidelines for the ownership of OMX shares by participants in the Share Match Program 2007. In brief, these guidelines entail that members of the Executive Management Team are expected to own shares equivalent to one year's salary after tax and for other participants to own shares equivalent to a quarter of a year's salary after tax up to one half of one years salary after tax. According to the judgment of the Board, the costs for the Share Match Program 2007 are expected to amount to approximately SEK 25 M, distributed over the period 2007 to 2009. The Board proposes that the Board grant it a mandate to make minor changes to the decision regarding the Share Match Program 2007, should this be considered necessary for practical reasons. The approval of the Share Match Program 2007 requires that it be supported by shareholders representing at least half of the votes cast at the Annual General Meeting. The Board's complete proposal for the implementation of the Share Match Program 2007 is available from OMX AB and at www.omxgroup.com. The proposal will be sent by mail to shareholders who request this. Point 15: The Board's proposal concerning the repurchase and transfer of shares A) Proposal concerning the acquisition and transfer of treasury shares to give the Board a range of options in working with the company's capital structure and to permit hedging of expenses relating to the Share Matching Programs 2006 and 2007. The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting authorize the Board to repurchase and transfer shares, subject to the following conditions. 1. The acquisition of shares may take place on the Nordic exchange in Stockholm at a price within the price range that is registered at any given time. 2. Shares may also be acquired in accordance with the acquisition offering directed to all shareholders. The acquisition offering shall be based on a price corresponding to the lowest market price at the time of the offering, with a maximum upward deviation of 20 percent. 3. The company may acquire treasury shares such that its total holdings do not amount to more than one-tenth of all of the shares in the company. 4. Transfer of shares may take place on the Nordic exchange in Stockholm at a price within the price interval that may be registered at any given time. 5. The authorization may be exercised on one or more occasions, not, however, extending past the Annual General Meeting in 2008. The purpose of the proposal is to increase the range of options available to the Board in its work with the company's capital structure and to permit hedging of expenses, including social security expenses, relating to the Share Match Programs for 2006 and 2007. The reason for allowing the option of deviating from shareholders' preferential rights in the transfer of treasury shares is that the transfer of shares on the Nordic exchange in Stockholm can occur faster, with more flexibility and more cost-effectively than transfer to all shareholders. The Board's presentation of its proposal, in accordance with Ch. 19, § 22 of the Swedish Companies Act, will be available from the company and on the company's website from March 29, 2007, and will be delivered free of charge to shareholders who inform the company that they wish to receive it. Approval of the Board's proposal as described in point A), above, requires that shareholders representing not less than two-thirds of both the votes cast and the shares represented at the Annual General Meeting support the decision. B) Proposal concerning the transfer of treasury shares to enable the company to transfer shares to the employees participating in the OMX Share Match Programs 2006 and 2007. The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting decide on the transfer of treasury shares, as follows: a) The total number of OMX shares that may be transferred shall not exceed 520,000. b) The right to acquires shares, with no consideration paid, shall accrue to employees of the OMX Group who are covered by the conditions of the company's Share Match Programs 2006 and 2007. Moreover, subsidiaries in the OMX Group shall be entitled to acquire shares, with no consideration paid, whereupon such subsidiaries shall be obliged to immediately transfer shares, with no consideration paid, to employees of theirs who are covered by the company's Share Match Programs 2006 and 2007. c) The right to acquire shares shall accrue to any employee during the period in which the employee is entitled to receive shares under the conditions of the company's Share Match Programs 2006 and 2007 - that is, during the periods from April 2009 or April 2010 to and including December 2009 or December 2010. The purpose of the Board's proposals and the reasons for the deviation from shareholders' preferential rights is so that the transfer of treasury shares may occur, with no consideration being paid, to employees of the OMX Group as part of the implementation of Share Match Programs 2006 and 2007. Approval of the Board's proposal as described in point B), above, requires that shareholders representing not less than nine-tenths of both the votes cast and the shares represented at the Annual General Meeting support the decision. Point 16: The Board's proposal to the Annual General Meeting to authorize the Board to make a decision regarding the raising of certain loans The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting on April 12, 2007, decide to authorize the Board to decide to raise loans for which the interest or the amount by which repayment is to take place is wholly or partially dependent on the dividend to shareholders, the performance of OMX shares, the company's earnings or the company's financial position. The authorization may be exercised on one or more occasions, though not extending beyond the next Annual General Meeting. The purpose of the authorization is primarily to refinance the bank facility. Point 17: Endorsement of the Board's appointment of an Honorary Chairman The Board has decided to appoint Olof Stenhammar as Honorary Chairman of OMX AB. The decision is supported by the Nominating Committee and the Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting endorse the appointment. Olof Stenhammar founded OMX in 1984. Since then, he has served the company initially as President and subsequently as Chairman of the Board. It is no exaggeration to state that Olof Stenhammar is unique as an entrepreneur and leader. He has and has had a major influence on the Swedish financial market. He has received international acknowledgement for his accomplishments. According to the Board, the appointment of an Honorary Chairman has no formal significance but is rather a symbol of honor and an indication of the Board's gratitude for his contribution to the company. ________________ The Annual Report and the Audit Report will be available from the company effective Thursday, March 29, 2007. The complete proposals by the Board regarding points 13-16 above are available from the company. All documentation is made available at OMX AB (publ), Governance & Compliance, Tullvaktsvägen 15, SE-105 78 Stockholm and at www.omxgroup.com. Documents will be sent to shareholders free of charge upon request. Personal details submitted to the company by shareholders will only be used in connection with the Annual General Meeting and the registration and processing necessary in conjunction with the Meeting. ________________ Stockholm, March 2007 The Board of Directors 1) The Nominating Committee, which represents shares holding approximately 27 percent of the voting rights for all shares, comprised Malin Björkmo (a Director of the Swedish Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications), Arne Liljedahl (Group CFO Nordea), KG Lindvall (member of the Board of Swedbank Robur Fonder), Olof Stenhammar (Chairman of the Board of OMX AB) and Jacob Wallenberg (Chairman of the Board of Investor AB). Jacob Wallenberg has served as Chairman of the Nominating Committee and Olof Stenhammar as Convenor of the first meeting of the Nominating Committee. A description of the work of the Nominating Committee can be found at www.omxgroup.com. 2) OMX shares will be traded ex dividend as of April 13.