Havfisk ASA: Notice of extraordinary general meeting

(Ålesund, 12 September 2016) Please see attached notice of the extraordinary general meeting for HAVFISK ASA for election of new members of the Board. The notice of the annual general meeting and attendance form has been sent to all shareholders with a known address separately.

The extraordinary general meeting will be arranged on Monday, October 3 2016 at 10:00 hrs. at HAVFISK's office, Løvenvoldgt. 11, Ålesund. Ballots will be distributed at the meeting venue from 09:00 hrs. to 10:00 hrs. on the day of the annual general meeting.

The shareholders may register to attend at the extraordinary general meeting on HAVFISK's web-site, please see "Investor Relations." Online advance voting is also possible at the web-site.

The following documents are available HAVFISK ASA's website,www.havfisk.no:

- The Notice of the general meeting and attached documents for attendance and proxies

- Proposals from the nomination committee
- Proposals for resolutions by the general meeting

For further information, please contact:

Eldar Farstad, CFO, HAVFISK ASA, +47 70 11 86 00

Lene C. Bratseth, Communication/ IR Manager, HAVFISK ASA +47 70 11 86 00

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

HAVFISK ASA is a seafood company that operates 10 trawlers and has 29.6 quotas for cod trawling. HAVFISK ASA`s operating revenue in 2015 was NOK 1 131 million and the company has 380 employees. For further information please visit www.havfisk.no.


This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.
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