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Fingerprint Cards Q2 Operating Result Swings To Profit Of SEK 6.2 Mln
Fingerprint Cards Comments On Samsung As Potential New Smartphone OEM-Customer
Fingerprint Cards Q1 Operating Loss Narrows To SEK 1.9 Mln
Fingerprint Cards AB (Fingerprint Cards) is a Sweden-based technology company, which develops, produces and markets biometric technology, which, through analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint, verifies the person’s identity. The technology consists of biometric sensors, processors, algorithms and modules that can be used separately or combined. The Company’s product portfolio includes the FPC1011F Area and FPC1080A Swipe sensors, FPV2020 biometric processor, FPC-AM3 biometric module, FPC-BUND and FPC-AMD3 prototyping area development kits (DevKits), and FPC-SSK and SPC-SAK prototyping swipe DevKits, among others. As of December 31, 2011, the Company had one wholly owned subsidiary, namely Fingerprint Security System Databarare AB. As of December 31, 2011, the Company's two largest shareholders were Solrosen AB (22.05%) and Forsakringsaktiebolaget Avanza Pension (5.74%). In May 2014, it acquired all outstanding shares of Anacatum Design AB.
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* CLAS ROMANDER, REPRESENTING OLA ROLLEN, HAS RESIGNED FROM FINGERPRINT CARDS NOMINATION COMMITTEE, EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 13, 2018 - FINGERPRINT CARDS WEBSITE
* SAYS IN TERMS OF VALUE, WE EXPECT THE MARKET FOR FINGERPRINT SENSORS FOR SMARTPHONES TO DECLINE IN 2018
Fingerprint Cards CEO Christian Fredrikson told a telephone conference:
Swedish biometric firm Fingerprint Cards (FPC) warned on Thursday it would run an operating loss for the fourth quarter and that sales were expected to remain weak heading into 2018.
* REG-FINGERPRINTS PREDICTS LOWER THAN EXPECTED EARNINGS IN THE FOURTH QUARTER
* Morgan Stanley cuts stake in Fingerprint Cards to 0.48 percent of shares Further company coverage: (Reporting by Stockholm Newsroom)
Sweden's Fingerprint Cards (FPC) <FINGb.ST>, whose ID technology is used in smartphones, said on Thursday it had been approached about a possible bid for the company, but added that it viewed the chances of a deal as low.
* Says has recieved letter regarding preparation of bid offer on company's shares
* Says Michael Hallén, member of board, has announced that he as per today resigns from Fingerprint Cards' board at his own request
Fingerprint Cards CEO Christian Fredrikson at Technology Update:
The Swedish Economic Crime Authority said on Tuesday it had discontinued an investigation launched in December 2016 into market abuse involving Fingerprint Cards.
Fingerprint Cards (FPC) shares fell 16 percent on Thursday after the biometric firm's quarterly earnings came in below forecasts and it flagged a fall in delivery volumes.
Fingerprint Cards Ab CEO Christian Fredrikson tells Reuters:
Swedish biometrics firm Fingerprint Cards (FPC) posted earnings below market expectations on Thursday and said delivery volumes would decline in the fourth quarter from the third due to seasonal effects.
Smartphone component maker Fingerprint Cards <FINGb.ST> (FPC) warned revenue would be far below market estimates in the third quarter as the industry switches to cheaper user-recognition technology, sending its shares tumbling 22 percent.
Swedish biometric firm Fingerprint Cards (FPC) on Monday warned its third-quarter revenue was likely to fall to 800 million to 840 million Swedish crowns ($100-105 mln) in what it called a "cautious" market.
* Revenues are expected to fall to range of SEK 800-840 million Q3, which is in line with previous quarter
Fingerprint Cards CEO Christian Fredrikson tells Reuters:
Swedish biometric firm Fingerprint Cards (FPC) said on Friday it had struck a deal to include its sensors in several Qualcomm products, after posting second-quarter earnings below market forecasts.
* Fingerprint cards Q2 operating profit amounted to SEK 72.0 m
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