Nordic Capital has sold its remaining shares in Nordnet, a pan-Nordic digital savings and investments platform.
Under Nordic Capital’s ownership, and in close partnership with the founding Öhman Group, Nordnet underwent significant transformative change and now offers a best-in-class customer experience in the digital savings industry with sustainable growth potential.
In November 2020, Nordnet was successfully listed on Nasdaq Stockholm at an equity value of approximately SEK24 billion. The successful listing and subsequent strong share price performance reflect the strength of Nordnet’s business and its fast growth; the result of significant improvements implemented during Nordic Capital’s ownership. On 26 May 2021, Nordic Capital initiated an accelerated book building process to sell its remaining 9.2 per cent shareholding to a group of long-term institutional investors. Following this sale, Nordic Capital no longer owns any shares in Nordnet, while the founding Öhman Group remains the largest shareholder. The equity value of Nordnet on 26 May 2021 was SEK38 billion.
Source: Private Equity Wire
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