NACKA STRAND, Sweden – Regulatory News: Hexagon (STO:HEXAB) Today, the Norwegian Economic Crime Authority decided not to file for an extension of Ola Rollén’s detainment relating to allegations around personal investments in a Norwegian company. He is set to be released at the latest Saturday, 5 November. The legal investigation will continue but Ola Rollén firmly denies the accusations.
“I remain fully supportive of Ola,” said Melker Schörling, Hexagon’s Chairman of the Board. “As I’ve stated before, during 16 years of good cooperation I have never had reason to doubt his judgement.”
Ola Rollén will resume his duties as President and CEO as soon as possible. In the coming days, Hexagon will announce a date and time when he will address stakeholders.
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