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Carnegie organization structure in place

As announced on September 30, 2015, Carnegie Fonder and Carnegie Asset Management will be brought together as two independent units to form a new asset management group.
This asset management group which is legally formed as of April 20 2016, is yet to get it’s final name but will for the time being operate under the name of C Asset Management Partners AB.

The asset management group has aggregate assets under management of 175 billion SEK.
Chairman of the Board of the new entity is Arne Lindman, Arne has a long track-record from the asset management industry – within companies such as Alfred Berg, ABN Amro, Prudential and Fidelity.

Author: Katarina Karlsson
Date: 2016.04.20
Categories: News

Altor becomes the largest shareholder in Skandiabanken ASA

Altor Fund IV (“Altor”) acquires 26.6 million shares in the Norwegian online bank Skandiabanken ASA (“Skandiabanken”) from Livförsäkringsbolaget Skandia, ömsesidigt (“Skandia”) at NOK 46 per share, and becomes the largest shareholder in Skandiabanken with a 25% ownership interest. The acquisition is expected to be completed within the next couple of days. Skandiabanken’s business was launched...

Altor divests 5% of the shares in Dustin to Axel Johnson

Altor Fund II (”Altor”) has today sold 3 808 656 shares representing 5% of the share capital and votes in Dustin Group AB (”Dustin”) at SEK 58.50 per share to Axel Johnson AB through their wholly owned subsidiary AxMedia AB. Following this transaction, Altor owns 15% of the shares in Dustin. In 2006, Altor acquired...