IMPORTANT NEWS: National Electric Vehicle Sweden has agreed to buy the assets of Saab Automobile and the sale is expected to be finalized during the summer.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Saab nominated four new legal representatives

Due to CEO Victor Muller extensive traveling around the world, Saab has now nominated four new legal representative to act on behalf of the company. In addition to Muller, six people can now make deals on behalf of Saab.

"It is purely for reasons of practicality, as Victor Muller is traveling so much," Gunilla Gustavs, spokeswomen of Saab told

Two of the new legal representatives are already part of the management group, and the remaining two is working in the finance department.

So it looks like Saab expects Muller to continue traveling around the world to make deals and raise funds for Saab. The latest deal, the property sale, saw Saab receive SEK 205 million yesterday. One of the buyers of the property, Construction and property contractor Erik Paulsson of Peab and Brinova, tells that he believes in Muller and that they bought the property believing that Saab will survive. 

"He's an entrepreneur, an enthusiast who does not quit. He was here at the tennis tournament last year and gave a presentation," Paulsson, who lives in Båstad - the town which hosts the Swedish Open, said about Muller.
Muller even managed to convince Paulsson to buy a Saab.

"You're going to buy one he said, and I did. I traded in my other car. I'm happy I did."