Vattenfall to present interim report for January-September 2019 on 29 October

Vattenfall's interim report for January to September 2019 will be presented on Tuesday 29 October at 08.00 CET on group.vattenfall.com A press conference for analysts and the media will start at 09.30 CET and will be broadcasted live online.

Vattenfall’s president and CEO Magnus Hall and CFO Anna Borg will present the results at a press conference at Vattenfall Head Office on Evenemangsgatan 13 in Solna, (Stockholm), Sweden. The press conference will be held in English. Please bring a press or ID card to attend.

The press conference will be broadcast live on Vattenfall's website group.vattenfall.com A recorded version will be made available after the press conference. To join the press conference by telephone, please dial one of the numbers a few minutes before the press conference.

+46 (0) 8 5051 0031 (Sweden)
+44 (0) 207 107 0613 (UK) 

The interim report and presentation slides will be made available from 08.00 CET am on group.vattenfall.com
 

For more information, contact:

Johan Sahlqvist, Head of Investor Relations, tel.: +46 (0)8 739 72 51, mob.: +46 (0)72 226 40 51

Markus Friberg, Head of Media Relations & Editorial Nordic/Corp/EU, mob.: +46 (0)70 261 30 84

Vattenfall's Press Office, phone +46 (0)8 739 50 10, mail: press@vattenfall.com 

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