Sobi Board of Directors terminates discussions regarding non-binding proposal

Sobi Board of Directors terminates discussions regarding non-binding proposal

2015-06-08 -- On 27 April 2015 the Board of Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB (publ) (Sobi) confirmed that it had received a preliminary and conditional non-binding proposal in relation to a possible offer for all shares issued by the company. The Board of Directors of Sobi has terminated discussions regarding this proposal. Sobi will continue to focus on preparations for the upcoming planned launch of Elocta and Alprolix and on building value through its diverse and growing portfolio.

About Sobi
Sobi is an international specialty healthcare company dedicated to rare diseases. Our mission is to develop and deliver innovative therapies and services to improve the lives of patients. The product portfolio is primarily focused on Haemophilia, Inflammation and Genetic diseases. We also market a portfolio of specialty and rare disease products for partner companies across Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Russia. Sobi is a pioneer in biotechnology with world-class capabilities in protein biochemistry and biologics manufacturing. In 2014, Sobi had total revenues of SEK 2.6 billion (USD 380 M) and about 600 employees. The share (STO: SOBI) is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. More information is available at www.sobi.com.

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