FH Presentation Award 2023 - (30th)  


- The Candidate Process was open until Wednesday, 6 December

- The Jury Breakfast Friday was held on 8 December at 08.00

- Winner Announcement Thursday 21 December at 12.00


This year, the FH Award celebrates 30 years, and the traditional release announces the Winners with a Merry Christmas without any formal ceremony. NB: Since 2022, the FH Award is independent from Financial Hearings. However, it is supported by both Financial Hearings and Inderes. Please Note: FH is NOT to be written out "Financial Hearings!"


The world started 2023 with a lot of doubts. The negative spiral with higher inflation and interest rates spiked threats of recession for many economies. By the end of this year, it seems that both threats have stopped. However, the Ukraine and Hamas-Israeli conflicts still occupy our minds together with the energy and climate questions.

With that environment, this year has been very focused on the engineering sector, and most of the votes are around Volvo. Also, Epiroc and the Small-cap Company Engcon gained strong marks on the market. In Microcap, we found Mendus, who has shown and presented progress in cancer treatment in the healthcare sector.

The International Presenter of the Year - the Wallenberg Prize - goes to Martin Lundstedt at Volvo AB for how he and the company have succeeded in delivering on a strategy story that was mainly implemented in a CMD some years ago. This brings value and has created a global impact based on teamwork from key people who are now leaving.

Therefore, we also give the CFO of the year to Jan Ytterberg and the Special Prize to President Carl-Henric Svanberg, both ending their Volvo Career with a peak high delivery and performance. The Special Prize is also awarded to Christer Johansson,  after almost 20 years as Head of IR at AB Volvo, who has moved-on to a new position in the company.

The Presenter of the Year - the Original Financial Hearings Prize - goes to Helena Hedblom at Epiroc. Helena was just voted Leader of the Year by Affärsvärlden, and the Jury could just agree to the work she has done and the way she has presented things, supported by Head of IR Karin Larsson.

The Moderator Prize goes to Analysts Hampus Engellau at SHB, Olof Cederholm at ABG Sundal Collier Journalists Fia Forsman at Nyhetsbyrån Direkt Infront and Rafaela Lindeberg at Bloomberg. This year, it was hard for the Jury to split the Winners, but if you read between the lines, it was very much about engineering and Volvo in the end, as all of them have been involved in moderating messages locally as well as internationally – which is more and more important for international investors from a Swedish company valuation perspective.

The Small Cap Prize goes to Krister Blomgren at engcon. Krister presented and moved this engineering company from Small Cap to Midcap during a year that has been really hard for companies of this size.

The Micro Cap Prize goes to Erik Manting at Mendus. Since late 2022, Erik has communicated with gusto and commitment the potential and continuous clinical progress for Mendus' core candidate drug, vididencel, as maintenance therapy for acute myeloid leukemia (AML).

Rookie of the Year goes to Göran Westerberg Rusta. Göran has just started his journey with Rusta on the Market, and so far presented the company in a positive way. In a difficult IPO year he shows it is still possible to enter the market.


On behalf of the FH Jury, and Merry Christmas

Isabelle Boyer de la Giroday and Per-Erik Holmström

Please Note: FH is NOT to be written out "Financial Hearings!"

In 2022, the FH Award became independent from Financial Hearings. However, it is supported by both Financial Hearings and Inderes. The Jury is supported and represented with market votes from the whole financial sector in buy-side and sell-side as well as from media and consultants   



Presenter of the Year: Erik Selin Balder, Stefan Widing Sandvik, Helena Hedblom Epiroc, Tommy Eklund Fortnox, Mattias Perjos Getinge, Carina Åkerström Handelsbanken, Johan Torgeby SEB, Annica Ånäs Atrium Ljungberg, Klas Forsström Munters, Staffan Dahlström HMS Networks

International Presenter of the Year: Börje Ekholm Ericsson, Peter Nilsson Trelleborg, Magnus Ahlquist Securitas, Martin Lundstedt Volvo, Johan Forssell Investor, Christian Levin Traton Scania, Rickard Gustavsson SKF, Martin Carlesund Evolution Gaming, Björn Rosengren ABB, Martin Lindqvist SSAB

Moderator of the Year: Hampus Engellau SHB, Predrag Savinovic Carnegie, Olof Cederholm ABG Sundal Collier, Fredrik Cyon Carnegie, Martin Arnell DNB, Dan Akscuti Pareto, Erik Hultgård Carnegie, Johan Sjöberg Kepler, Fia Forsman Infront Direkt, Joakim Rönning Infront Direkt, Rafaela Lindeberg Bloomberg, Anders Hägerstrand DI, Martin Hävner Break IT,

CFO of the Year: Håkan Folin Epiroc, Anneli Lindblom Pandox, Jan Ytterberg Volvo, Fredrik Rystedt Essity, Jacob Kaplan Evolution Gaming, Sofia Tarring Resurs Holding, Håkan Johansson Bonesupport, Masih Yazdi SEB, Adam Karlsson HM, Sandra Gadd Boozt, Erik Pieder Assa Abloy

Small Cap presenter of the year: Marcus Strömberg Academedia, Sven Kristensson Nederman, Juan Vargues, Dometic, Anders Hedebark Profoto, Magnus Welander Thule, Paul Stormoen OX2, Johannes Larcher Storytel, Alan Mamedi Truecaller, Krister Blomgren engcon, Mattias Johansson Bravida,

Micro Cap presenter of the year: Ulf Bladin Prolight, Mattias Lundin Lumito, Erik Manting Mendus, Ivo Mönnink Sensys Traffic, Robin Boheman Instalco, Fredrik Nordberg CDON, Einar Janson Titania, Christer Lindqvist Grangex, Lennart Jansson Firefly, Malin Siberg Guideline GEO


About FH Award - Inderes took over Financial Hearings in November 2022, but FH Award will remain an Independent part under FH Award and owned by HK Investment. Inderes and Financial Hearings will support FH Award as the main Sponsors.  

Financial Hearings, founded by Per-Erik Holmström at Finanstidningen, has for 30 years been an organizer of financial presentations for the capital market and has honoured every year a number of prizes to the best Swedish presenters, in order to stimulate the presentation art. Presentation Art is central of business creation in building companies, which often precedes the presentation of capital and environs, as the corporate markets grows in size, both in percentage and geo- graphy. Therefore we decided to put up some honourable prices, with a jury comprised of leading Media – Brokers and Institutions as well as IR and PR consultants.

The selection is all Swedish public presentations to the financial market. There are three main criteria: Continuity, Reach and Performance *. The first two are measurable and objective. The last is more subjective and judged by Financial Hearings and the Jury Group. We look at all types of presenters around the capital market where the entire jury group is free to submit proposals.

Financial Hearings Assessment of Performance. Presentation task weighed against the results, i.e. the results after the presentation. In the Financial Hearings presentation model, there are four basic types’ presentation times where it’s about how to manage expectations and where the “aftertaste” is largely the determining factor. First High expectations of the audience where the message contains a high degree of fulfilment 2nd High expectations of the audience where the message contains a low degree of fulfilment 3rd Low expectations of the audience where the message contains a high degree of fulfilment. 4th Low expectations of the audience where the message contains a low degree of fulfilment

This presentation model established in the Investor Relations in Practice, Ekerlids Förlag 2002


Presentation Model


FH Presentation Award,   Historical Winners  1993-2022 

PRESENTER OF THE YEAR: Financial Hearings Prize

2022: Mats Rahmström, Atlas Copco, Gerteric Lindquist Nibe - 2021: Martin Lindquist, SSAB - 2020: Alrik Danielson, SKF - 2019: Magnus Growth, Essity – 2018 ,Martin Lundstedt, Volvo - 2017: Björn Rosengren, Sandvik –
2016: Peter Wågström, NCC and Lennart Evrell, Boliden – 2015: Hans Vestberg, Ericsson – 2014: Klas Balkow, Clas Ohlson – 2013: Rickard Gustafson and Jacob Wallenberg, SAS – 2012: Jan Carlson and Mats Ödman, Autoliv, Anders Sundström, Folksam and Ronnie Leten & Hans Ola Meyer, Atlas Copco – 2011: Annika Falkengren, SEB and Johan Molin, Assa Abloy – 2010: Tom Johnstone, SKF – 2009: Mia Brunell, Kinnevik – 2008: Michael Wolf, Intrum Justitia – 2007: Mats Jansson, SAS – 2006: Jan Johansson, Boliden and Håkan Bryngelsson, Vasakronan – 2005: Tom McKillop, Astra Zenecas Management and Fredrik Arp & Peter Nilsson, Trelleborgs Management – 2004: Lars Pettersson, Sandvik and Bo Dankis, Assa Abloy - 2003: Leif Johansson, Volvo and Lars–Johan Jarnheimer, Tele2 – 2002: Lars Westerberg, Autoliv and Atlas Copco’s Group Management – 2001: Arne Karlsson, Ratos and Leif Östling Scania – 2000: Marcus Wallenberg, Investor and Skandia’s Group Management –
1999: Claes Reuterskiöld, Industrivärden and Carl–Henric Svanberg, Assa Abloy – 1998: Arne Mårtensson, Handelsbanken, and Reinhold Geijer, Föreningssparbanken – 1997: Vesa Vainio, Merita and Hans Dalborg, Nordbanken – 1996: Björn Wolrath, Skandia – 1995: Björn Swedberg, SE-Banken – 1994: Marcus Storch, Aga –1993: Michael Treschow, Atlas Copco


2022: Gunilla Oswald BioArctic 2021 Björn Rosengren ABB - 2020: Pascal Soriot AstraZeneca -2019: Marcus and Jacob Wallenberg, Wallenberg Family and Greta Thunberg 2018: Johan Forsell, Investor and Ola Källenius, Daimler, 2017: Cristina Stenbeck – 2016: Håkan Buskhe, Saab – 2015: Carl Henric Svanberg, Volvo and BP and Johan Molin, Assa Abloy – 2014: Tom Johnstone, SKF – 2013: Ronnie Leten and Hans Ola Meyer,Atlas Copco – 2012: Michael Trescow, Unilever and Daniel Ek, Spotify – 2011: Jan Carlson, Autoliv and Niklas Zennström, Skype – 2010: Leif Johansson, Volvo and Finansminister Anders Borg – 2009: Carl Henrik Svanberg, Ericsson – 2008: Börje Ekholm, Investor AB – 2007: Börje Ekholm, Investor AB– 2006: Carl-Henrik Svanberg, Ericsson, Lars Josefson Vattenfall and Lars Westerberg, Autoliv –2005: Carl-Henrik Svanberg, Ericsson and Lars Westerberg, Autoliv – 2004: Marcus Wallenberg, Investor and Carl-Henrik Svanberg, Ericsson – 2003: Carl-Henrik Svanberg, Ericsson and Lars Westerberg, Autoliv – 2002: Thomas Berglund, Securitas and Carl-Henrik Svanberg, Assa Abloy – 2001: Marcus Wallenberg, Investor


2022: Sven-Olof Johansson Fastpartner 2020: Rickard Gustavsson, SAS, Volvo CMD - 2019: - 2018: Mats Årjes SOK, 2017: Christian Hermelin and Åsa Bergström, Fabege – 2016: Stockholm Corporate Finance– Health Care and Life Science Day – 2015: VA and Börspodden – 2014: Christian Hermelin and Åsa Bergström, Fabege – 2013: Mats Leifland, Medicon Village – 2012: Mats Ödman, Autoliv and Christer Johansson, Wihlborgs, lång and trogen tjänst i den trygga miljö de skapat – 2011: Peter Åhlander för Initiativet till Göteborgs Kapitalmarknadsdag – 2010: Börsföretagen i Verkstad and Bilindustrin för Kapitalmarknadsdagarna i Shanghai, (SKF, Atlas Copco, Volvo, Sandvik,Trelleborg, Alfa Laval and Autoliv) – 2010: Hållbart värdeskapande, initiativet från de större institutionerna som omfattar nästan 4 000 miljarder på Börsen – 2009: Torsten Jansson för initiativet till Smålands Kapitalmarknadsdag – 2008: Paulsson bolagens Kapitalmarknadsdagar i Båstad – 2007: Fastighetsbolagen i Malmö, Annehem, Brinova, Peab, Peab Industri, Wihlborgs – 2006: Inga Lundberg, Unibet and Laurence Westerlund SEB – 2005: Boliden and OMX – 2004: SKF, Sandvik and Volvo Kapitalmarknadsagar Dagar i Kina – 2003: Vasakronan, Scania and Sandvik – 2002: SAS and SEB – 2001: Öresund för samspelet mellan Mats Qviberg, Sven Hagströmer and Caroline Sundvall – 2000: Sandvik and Autoliv – 1999: Vasakronan and Europolitan (Vodafone) – 1998: Skanska


2022: Erik Golrang SEB and Gabriel Mellqvist DI TV - 2021: Daniel Svensson Affärsvärlden and Mattias Sundling Handelsbanken 2020: Magnus Bernet, Infront and Johan Widmark ~2019: Peter Alestig, SVD and Magnus Andersson ABG 2018: Ulf Peterson DI, Shariz Aziz, Danske Bank - 2017: Viktor Lindeberg, Carnegie and Charlotte Stjerngren – 2016: Lars Frick och Masih Yazdi – 2015: Olle Zachrisson and Mikael Holm – 2014: Peter Lagerlöf, Carnegie and Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall – 2013: Torbjörn Isacson, SvD-N 360, Annika Winsth, Nordea – 2012: Bile Daar, Danske Bank, Kristoffer Liljeberg Svensson, Carnegie, Henrik Mitelman DI and Caroline Sundewall – 2011: Nichlas Fhärm, SEB Enskilda and Günther Mårder, Aktiespararna – 2010: Niklas Ekman Carnegie and Lennart Ekdal TV4 – 2009: Anders Eriksson, Enskilda and Pontus Herin, VA – 2008: Rodney Alfven, Cheuvreux – 2007: Tobias Kaj, Handelsbanken and Peter Benson, Börsveckan – 2006: Christian Wierup Carnegie and Julian Beer, SEB Enskilda – 2005: Rodney Alfvén, Cheuvreux – 2004: Christian Wierup, Carnegie and Daniel Djurberg, Kaupthing Bank – 2003: Lars-Åke Bokenberger, Alfred Berg – 2002: F. Lithell, Carnegie, J.Andersson, Nordea, T.Johansson, Enskilda and A. Bruzelius, Danske Bank – 2001: Fredrik Lithell, Carnegie and John Hernander, Alfred Berg – 2000: Fredrik Grevelius, Carnegie and Rodney Alfven, Alfred Berg – 1999: Hans-Olov Bornemann, Deutsche Bank and Christer Beckard, Handelsbanken – 1998: Lars-Åke Bokenberger, Alfred Berg – 1997: Patrik Tillman, Alfred Berg – 1996: Patrik Tillman, Alfred Berg – 1995: Raoul Grunthal, Finanstidningen, Lage Jonasson, Servisen – 1994: Björn Jansson, Alfred Berg and Dag Klerfelt – 1993: Per Afrell, Dagens Nyheter


2022: Carl Cederskiöld SHB - 2021: Erika Söderberg Kinnevik - 2020: Anders Martin Löf, Oncopeptides - 2019: Carolina Dybeck Happe, General Eletric 2018: Helena Saxon, Investor and Maria Redin, MTG -
2017: Per-Ola Holmström, Nolato – 2016: Jan Frykhammar, Ericsson – 2015: Jonas Dalberg, Sweco and Mats Blom Zeeland, Pharma – 2014: Mathias Hermanson, MTG – 2013: Tomas Eliasson, Electrolux –2012: Göran Bronner, Swedbank – 2011: Ann Sofie Danielsson, NCC – 2010: Nils-Johan Andersson, Lindab and Johan Risberg, Kungsleden – 2009: Håkan Bergström Elekta – 2008: Bo Jacobsson Trelleborg, Thomas Thuresson, Alfa Laval Leif Persson, HM – 2007: Monica Elling, Intrum Justitia Lars Wedenborn, Investor – 2006: Göran Jansson, Assa Abloy – 2005: Håkan Zadler, Tele 2 –2004: Hans-Ola Meyer, Atlas Copco


2022: Ulf Hedlund Svolder - 2021: Alf Ekström Kabe - 2020: Renee Aguillar-Lucander, Calliditas 2019: Lotta Lyrå, Clas Ohlsson 2018: Mats Årjes, Skistar and SOK 2017: Tomas Carlsson, Sweco – 2016: Johan Sjöö, Addtech and Danny Feltman Espersson, Kappahl - 2015: Hans Porat Nolato, Magnus Wellander Thule, Håkan Jeppsson, Inwido – 2014: Jörgen Quist, DGC – 2013: Jarl Dahlfors, Loomis – 2012: Karl Theden, Transmode and Per Lindberg Billerud – 2011: Gustaf Hermelin, Klövern and Henrik Tjernström, Unibet – 2010: Anders Jarl, Wihlborgs – 2009: Lars Stugemo, HiQ – 2008: Petter Nylander, Unibet – 2007: Christian Jansson, Kapp Ahl, Nils Vinberg, Björn Borg and Peter Aru, Cardo – 2006: Anders Englund, Prevas and Magnus Brännström, Oriflame – 2005: Rune Torbjörnsen & Ingvar Karlsson, Doro and Niklas Storåkers, Avanza – 2004: Keith Russell, Transcom and Dan Olofsson, TelecasManagement – 2002: Mikael Jacobsson, Nexus and Patrik Enblad, HQ


2022: Emil Billbäck Bonesupport and Helen Ljungdahl Round, Alcarix - 2021 Anders Rylander, Biovica - 2020: Anders Storm, IMA - 2019:Peter Åsberg, Midsona 2018: Martin Edlund, Minesto 2017: Jakob Lindberg, Oncopeptides and Fredrik Tiberg, Camurus – 2016: Lars Stenlund, Vitec, Jonas Tellander, Storytel and Per Wassen, Powercell – 2015: Jörgen Larsson, Stillfront – 2014: Per Witalsson, Eolus Wind –2013: Stefan Skarin, IAR System – 2012: Per Bengtsson, Karobio, Johan Ryding, Sportamore and Robert Karlsson, Shelton Petroleum – 2011: Ulf Rostedt, Itab and Ola Norberg, Alltele – 2010: Jörgen Qwist, DGC, Yvonne Mårtensson Cellavision and Ingemar Lagerlöf, Linkmed – 2009: Michael Oredsson, Probi and Fredrik Lindgren, Biolin – 2008: Johan Frilund, Sensys Traffic – 2007: Sarah Fredriksson, Genovis, Susanna Bervå, Ark Travel – 2006: Jan Bengtsson, Uniflex and Marika Philipsson, Wise Group – 2005: Torbjörn Ranta, Central Asia Gold – 2004: Nils Vinberg, Björn Borg WBM AB and Per Spångberg, Biolin


2022: Magnus Larsson Pricer - 2021: Claes Levin Scania, Håkan Samuelsson Volvo Cars 2020: Allison Kirkby, Telia 2019: Henrik Henriksson Scania 2017: Magnus Growth, Essity – 2016: Björn Rosengren, Sandvik – 2015: Mattias Johansson, Bravida – 2014: Håkan Jeppsson, Inwido – 2013: Lena Olving, Micronic – 2012: Organisation, Klarna – 2011: Jens Henriksson, Nasdaq OMX – 2010: Ronnie Leten, Atlas Copco, Hans Vestberg, Ericsson – 2009: Jesper Kärrbrink, Eniro – 2008: Tom Dinkelspiel, Burgundy and Klas Balkow, Clas Ohlsson – 2007: Michael Wolf, Intrum Justitia – 2006: Johan Molin, Assa Abloy and Annika Falkengren, SEB – 2005: Petter Nylander, Unibet and Hreidar Mar Sigurdsson, Kaupthing Bank – 2004: Björn Wahlroos, Sampo and Pontus Lesse, Unibet – 2003: Bo Dankis, Assa Abloy – 2002: Sigge Haraldsson, Alfa Laval and Sigurdur Einarsson, Kaupting Bank - 2001: Lars Bertmar, Carnegie – 2000: Jan Werne, Utfors and Tomas Franzen, AU-System – 1999: Jonas Birgersson, Framfab


FH Presentation Award 2022


FH Award 2022

This year we will follow the last years tradition and release the FH Award Winners to Christmas, without any formal ceremony. Since November 2022 the FH Award is independent from Financial Hearings, however it is supported by both Financial Hearings and Inderes.  

After some years with Corona, the world started 2022 with new optimism. That changed as a negative spiral with higher inflation and interest rates spiked threats of recession for many economies. One driver was the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a war that has been scary to follow and lately focused on the energy question.

From a global perspective, we note that the threats against freedom of expression and journalism are unusually high, the Assange affair being one example. In our region, Sweden will downgrade its neutrality. That, with pressure from Turkey, will challenge our most profound defense for free souls in a new way. It's sad that violence and fear still rule most minds...

We are happy to give the 2022 FH Award to Presenters that have done something constructive for the benefit of humanity as a collective.


The International Presenter of the Year - the Wallenberg Prize - goes to Gunilla Osswald at Bio Arctic for how she and the company have succeeded in taking Lars Lannfelt's groundbreaking research further and presenting the progress in the Lecanemab phase 3 studies against Alzheimer's Disease. This brings value and hopes to the whole human race and has created a global impact.

The Presenters of the Year goes to Mats Rahmström, Atlas Copco and Gerteric Lindquist, NIBE. Mats Rahmström is an outstanding example of a completed generation change in Atlas Copco, which as usual, is one of the companies that goes against the stream. Gerteric Lindquist, with years of presence in his own style, currently follows the stream in the energy market with something obvious for him in many years.

The Moderator Prize goes to Erik Golrang, SEB and Gabriel Mellqvist, DI TV. With many years in the industrial sector, Erik has become a truthful voice covering especially the new developments in the car industry.Gabriel Mellqvist is awarded for his "fair and square" moderating of many sectors and companies on DI TV.

The CFO of the Year goes to Carl Cederskiöld, Handelsbanken - for being a stable fundamental brick in the international presentations and the bank's presence.

The Small Cap Prize goes to Ulf Hedlund, Svolder. Ulf has become a living "Icon" in the sector with years of presence – formal and informal – communicated with his intellectual openness. Over the years as an investor, he has always been there and become synonymous with the support a Small Cap company needs.

The Micro Cap goes to Emil Billbäck, Bonesupport and Helen Ljungdahl Round, Acarix. Emil Billbäck has made a journey with Bonesupport and has delivered what he outlined when he started as CEO five years ago.Helen Ljungdahl Round at Acarix who despite current tough market conditions in the sector keeps up with respect and fighting spirit

Rookie of the Year goes to Magnus Larsson, Pricer. Pricer has been a new face and spirit that has received much attention as a friend of many companies that presently need to handle Inflation Issues.

Special Prize goes to Sven Olof Johansson, Fastpartner. Sven Olof is another Icon and legend in the market that still "swings" and "hits" targets with much matured respect. This year he has been heavily involved in the debate on the Interest Rate.



Presenter of the Year: Erik Selin Balder, Mats Rahmström Atlas Copco, Nikolaj Sörensen Orexo, Georgi Ganev Kinnevik, Allison Kirkby Telia, Stefan Widing Sandvik, Helena Hedblom Epiroc, Tommy Eklund Fortnox, Mattias Perjos Getinge, Gerteric Lindquist Nibe, Carina Åkerström Handelsbanken,

International Presenter of the Year: Börje Ekholm Ericsson, Peter Nilsson Trelleborg, Magnus Ahlquist Securitas, Martin Lundstedt Volvo, Johan Forssell Investor, Christian Levin Scania, Rickard Gustavsson SKF, Martin Carlesund Evolution Gaming, Gunilla Osswald Bio Arctic, Jonas Samuelsson Electrolux,

Moderator of the Year: Erik Golrang SEB EnskildaHampus Engellau SHB, Predrag Savinovic Carnegie, Fredrik Cyon Carnegie, Martin Arnell DNB, Dan Akscuti Pareto, Klas Palin Erik Penser, Erik Hultgård Carnegie, Martin Nilsson Infront Direkt, Andreas Cervenka Aftonbladet, Gabriel Mellqvist DITV, Martin Hävner Break IT, Joakim Rönning Infront Direkt

CFO of the Year: Håkan Folin SSAB, Anneli Lindblom Pandox, Jan Ytterberg Volvo, Fredrik Rystedt Essity, Jacob Kaplan Evolution Gaming, Anders Linden Epiroc, Henrik Bergentoft MSAB, Jan Allde Alfa Laval, Sofia Tarring Resurs Holding, Sussanna Andersson Sedana Medical, Håkan Johansson Bonesupport, Carl Cederskiöld Handelsbanken

Small Cap presenter of the year: Tomas Axelsson Vitrolife, Tormod Gunleiksrud Alimak, Marcus Strömberg Academedia, Christoffer Norbye Beijer Ref, Kristina Willgård Addlife, Juan Vargues, Dometic, Oscar Werner Sinch,  Ulf Hedlund Swolder, Anders Hedebark Profoto, Eric Gatenholm Bico, Magnus Welander Thule

Micro Cap presenter of the year: Torben Jörgensen Biotage, Sven Kristensson Nederman, Klein Ullenvik Swedol, Staffan Dahlström HMS Networks,  Ulf Bladin Prolight, Fredrik Bruhn Unibap, Carl-Johan Dalsgård Vicore Pharma, Mattias Lundin Lumito, Emil Billbäck Bonesupport, Jonas Jarvius Q-linea, Ivo Mönnink Sensys Traffic, Helena Ljungdahl Round Acarix, Robin Boheman Instalco 

Rookie of the year: Magnus Larsson Pricer

Special Price of the year: Sven Olof Johansson Fastpartner