Carnegie Investment Bank AB

Carnegie Investment Bank AB

Carnegie Investment Bank AB

Overview
Date Founded

1803

Headquarters

Regeringsgatan 56,Stockholm 103 38

Type of Company

Private

Industries

Investment Banking & Brokerage

Company Description

Carnegie Investment Bank AB is the broker/delear subsidiary of Carnegie Holding AB in Sweden. Headquartered in Stockholm, the firm was founded in 1803 and offers institutional clients several services within research, equity sales and equity capital market transactions (ECM). The Fixed Income unit offers bond research and sales. Carnegie Investment Bank’s research and equity sales enjoy a global position in Nordic equities.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Risk Officer

Chief Information Officer

Global Head, Private Banking

Head of Carnegie

Global Head of Investment Banking

Head of Group Human Resources

Global Head of Securities

Group Chief Financial Officer

Head of Carnegie Norway

Board of Directors

Former Head, Equity Trading at Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB

Co-Founder at Altor Equity Partners AB

Chief Executive Officer at Volati AB

Founding Partner at Rhenman & Partners Asset Management AB

Partner at Altor Equity Partners AB

Partner at Impilo AB

Chairman & Managing Partner at Grow Partners AB

Member at DHS Venture Partners AB

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Recent Transactions
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Ferd Holding AS, Ferd AS (Private Equity) purchase Norkart AS

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Nordic Cultural & Educational Foundation, Nordic Capital Ltd. purchase Advisa AB

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Stillfront Group AB purchases Moonfrog Labs Pvt Ltd.

Transaction Clients
Investment Advisor

Advised on ICA Gruppen AB purchases Apotek Hjärtat AB from Altor Equity Partners AB

Investment Advisor

Advised on Nordic Cultural & Educational Foundation, Nordic Capital Ltd. purchase Nordax Group AB

Investment Advisor

Advised on Triton Investment Management Ltd., Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. LP purchase Ambea AB from 3i Group Plc, GIC Special Investments Pte Ltd., 3i Private Equity, Intermediate Capital Group Plc (Private Equity)

Transaction Advisors
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Advised onK-Fast Holding AB issued SEK Ordinary Shares

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Advised onStillfront Group AB purchases Storm8, Inc.

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Advised onEnad Global 7 AB purchases Daybreak Game Co. LLC

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Advised onNobina AB issued SEK Ordinary Shares

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Advised onTransmode AB issued SEK Ordinary Shares

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Advised onCalliditas Therapeutics AB issued . USD American Depositary Share

Clients

General Electric Pension Trust is a corporate fund investor in the United States. GE Pension Trust operates as a subsidiary of GE Asset Management Incorporated.

Investors
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President & Chief Executive Officer at Livförsäkringsbolaget Skandia, ömsesidigt

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Altor Equirty Partners focuses on medium sized companies located primarily in the Nordics. They seeks opportunities in the German speaking region (DACH). The targets companies are operating in the fields of business services, consumer & retail, energy & natural resources, financial, healthcare, industrial and technology. They provides financing for growth stage capital requirements and traditional buyouts and also has the ability to take minority positions in public companies and distressed debt. They target companies typically have revenues between EUR 50 million to 500 million.

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BEPE's private equity investment strategy aims to create value in their portfolio firms. They focus on long-term ownership in unlisted firms primarily in Sweden where they seek a balanced spread of operating and financial risk. They define their ownership style as assertive.BEPE's priorities are to develop their existing portfolio primarily in private equity, to invest in firms with stable and robust revenues, to be main shareholder with controlling influence, to focus on growth-enhancing measures and operating efficiency, to strengthen the capital structure, and ensure value creation over the long-term. They emphasize they are not exit-driven.The firm invests in sectors such as education (schools, training consultancies and e-learning), ICT and related services, and other service related solutions.

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