Swedish investment firm Kinnevik plans to distribute its stake in German online fashion group Zalando, worth 55 billion crowns ($6.6 billion), to its shareholders.
The Swedish firm’s stake of 54 million shares represents 21% of total outstanding shares in Zalando.
Shares in the German online fashion giant, which have doubled in the past year, fell 5.2% in early trade, while Kinnevik’s dropped 3.4%.
CEO Georgi Ganev said the company would continue to focus on the digital healthcare and food sectors, as he expects them to change substantially in the coming years.
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