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    • Acquisition of Mountain Top Industries (DK) by Axcel (DK) – Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of Mountain Top Industries (DK) by Axcel (DK) – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Axcel in the acquisition of Mountain Top Industries. Mountain Top Industries is a leading certified supplier of aluminum accessories for pick-up trucks such as roll covers, sport bars, hard tops, covers and liners. Pending.

    • Divestment of Dansk Bygningskontrol A/S (DK) to Polygon A/S (DK), part of Polygon AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Dansk Bygningskontrol A/S (DK) to Polygon A/S (DK), part of Polygon AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to the owners of Dansk Bygningskontrol in the divestment to Polygon Group, owned by Triton Partners. Dansk Bygningskontrol is a Danish nationwide company with the core business being damage control and restoration of damages caused by water, fire, and climate. Pending.

    • Initial public offering of BioArctic AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Initial public offering of BioArctic AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Carnegie acts as sole global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of BioArctic on Nasdaq Stockholm. BioArctic develops disease-modifying treatments based on monoclonal antibodies for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, and has a potential treatment for complete spinal cord injury currently in clinical phase. Pending.

    • Divestment of Evac (FI) to Bridgepoint (UK) by IK Investment Partners (SE) – Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Evac (FI) to Bridgepoint (UK) by IK Investment Partners (SE) – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acts as joint financial adviser to IK Investment Partners in the divestment of Evac to funds managed by Bridgepoint. Evac is the world leading provider of integrated waste, wastewater, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries. Pending.

    • Divestment of Nemi Forsikring (NO) to Insr Insurance Group (NO) by Alpha Insurance (NO) — NOK 320 million
      Divestment of Nemi Forsikring (NO) to Insr Insurance Group (NO) by Alpha Insurance (NO) — NOK 320 million

      Divestment of Nemi Forsikring (NO) to Insr Insurance Group (NO) by Alpha Insurance (NO) — NOK 320 million

      Carnegie acts as exclusive adviser to Alpha Insurance in the divestment of Nemi Forsikring to Insr Insurance Group. Nemi Forsikring is a non-life insurance company operating in the Norwegian market providing a range of standardised insurance products to both private/retail and commercial customers. Pending.

    • Divestment of BlueStep Bank (SE) to EQT (SE) by EMK (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of BlueStep Bank (SE) to EQT (SE) by EMK (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acts as financial adviser to EMK in the divestment of BlueStep Bank to EQT. BlueStep Bank is the leading specialist mortgage lender in Sweden and Norway. Pending.

    • Divestment of CL Intressenter AB (SE) to Nalka Strukturfond AB (SE) by R12 Kapital AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of CL Intressenter AB (SE) to Nalka Strukturfond AB (SE) by R12 Kapital AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acts as sole financial adviser to R12 Kapital in the divestment of CL Intressenter (“Cibes”) to Nalka Strukturfond. Cibes was founded in 1947 and is today one of the world’s largest manufacturers of screw-driven lifts. The product offering includes cost and space efficient lift solutions through platform lifts, cabin lifts and platform stair lifts. Pending.

    • Potential listing of Ferronordic Machines AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Potential listing of Ferronordic Machines AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Carnegie retained by Ferronordic Machines to evaluate potential listing on Nasdaq Stockholm. Ferronordic is the authorized dealer of Volvo Construction Equipment, Terex Trucks, Dressta and Rottne in Russia. Pending.

    • Initial public offering  of Orphazyme (DK) on Nasdaq Copenhagen — DKK 600 million

      Initial public offering of Orphazyme (DK) on Nasdaq Copenhagen — DKK 600 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Orphazyme on Nasdaq Copenhagen. Orphazyme is a Danish biotech company with a late stage orphan drug pipeline, developing new treatment options for orphan protein misfolding diseases. November 2017.

    • New share issue in Northern Drilling (NO) — USD 250 million

      New share issue in Northern Drilling (NO) — USD 250 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of 31,750,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 64.00 per share. Northern Drilling is a new investment vehicle for counter-cyclical rig acquisitions. November 2017.

    • Divestment of shares and capital raise in Tacton Systems AB (SE) to GRO Capital (DK) and KIRK KAPITAL A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of shares and capital raise in Tacton Systems AB (SE) to GRO Capital (DK) and KIRK KAPITAL A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acts as financial adviser to Tacton and its shareholders in the divestment of shares and capital raise to an investor consortium consisting of GRO Capital and KIRK KAPITAL. Tacton is a world leader in sales and product configuration for the manufacturing sector. Pending.

    • Placing of shares in Mr Green & Co (SE) — SEK 168 million

      Placing of shares in Mr Green & Co (SE) — SEK 168 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of  3.0 million shares in Mr Green & Co at a price of SEK 56.00 per share. Mr Green & Co is a European online gambling company. November 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Crayon Group Holding ASA (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 747 million

      Initial public offering of Crayon Group Holding ASA (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 747 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Crayon on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Crayon is a leading software license lifecycle management company and a strategic partner for the world’s leading software developers. November 2017.

    • Divestment of SurfEasy (NO) to Symantec Corporation (US) by Opera Software (NO) — USD 38.5 million
      Divestment of SurfEasy (NO) to Symantec Corporation (US) by Opera Software (NO) — USD 38.5 million

      Divestment of SurfEasy (NO) to Symantec Corporation (US) by Opera Software (NO) — USD 38.5 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Opera Software in the divestment of SurfEasy to Symantec Corporation. SurfEasy is an online privacy and security company providing easy-to-use desktop and mobile VPN solutions to help consumers protect their online privacy and security. November 2017.

    • Bridge to equity transaction by DDM Finance AB (SE) — EUR 10 million

      Bridge to equity transaction by DDM Finance AB (SE) — EUR 10 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in EUR 10 million bridge to equity transaction by DDM Finance, a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of DDM Holding AG. DDM Holding is a specialist investor in and manager of non-performing loans and distressed asset in Central and Eastern Europe. November 2017.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Coastal Holding AS (NO), part of the Hurtigruten Group (NO) — NOK 400 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Coastal Holding AS (NO), part of the Hurtigruten Group (NO) — NOK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and bookrunner in Coastal Holding's NOK 400 million senior secured bond issue. Hurtigruten is a polar exploration company offering unique explorer itineraries along the Norwegian coast, as well as in the Arctic and Antarctic. October 2017.

    • Directed share issue in Nixu Corporation (FI) — EUR 10 million

      Directed share issue in Nixu Corporation (FI) — EUR 10 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and bookrunner in the directed share issue of 750,000 new shares at a subscription price of EUR 13.00 per share. Nixu Corporation is a cybersecurity company that is working to improve their clients cybersecurity in solution areas of Corporate IT, Digital Business and Industrial Internet. October 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in Thin Film Electronics ASA (NO) — NOK 881 million

      Directed new share issue in Thin Film Electronics ASA (NO) — NOK 881 million

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 352,500,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 2.50 per share. Thin Film Electronics is a global leader in NFC mobile marketing and smart-packaging solutions using printed electronics technology. October 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Terveystalo Oyj (FI) on Nasdaq Helsinki — EUR 876 million

      Initial public offering of Terveystalo Oyj (FI) on Nasdaq Helsinki — EUR 876 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Terveystalo on Nasdaq Helsinki. Terveystalo, majority owned by EQT, is a leading healthcare service provider in Finland offering primary and outpatient secondary healthcare services to corporate, private and public sector customers. October 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Balco Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 828 million

      Initial public offering of Balco Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 828 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Balco on Nasdaq Stockholm. Balco primarily offers customised, innovative balcony solutions under its own brand to tenant-owner associations, private landlords, the public housing sector and construction companies. October 2017.

    • Senior secured floating rate bond tap issue by Lendify Sweden 1 AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Senior secured floating rate bond tap issue by Lendify Sweden 1 AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser and bookrunner in Lendify´s SEK 100 million tap issue under SEK 300 million senior secured bond framework. Lendify is Sweden’s first and leading online marketplace lending platform founded in 2014 in Stockholm. October 2017.

    • Listing of Starbreeze AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Listing of Starbreeze AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Carnegie acts as financial adviser in the listing on Nasdaq Stockholm. Starbreeze is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of high quality entertainment products. October 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Handicare Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 983 million

      Initial public offering of Handicare Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 983 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Handicare on Nasdaq Stockholm. Handicare is a leading, global provider of mobility solutions in the Accessibility and Patient Handling markets. October 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Rovio Entertainment Oy (FI) on Nasdaq Helsinki — EUR 488 million

      Initial public offering of Rovio Entertainment Oy (FI) on Nasdaq Helsinki — EUR 488 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of Rovio Entertainment on Nasdaq Helsinki. Rovio is a games-first entertainment company that creates, develops and publishes mobile games and acts as a brand licensor in various entertainment and consumer product categories. The company is best known for creating the Angry Birds franchise, including mobile games, movie and consumer products. September 2017

    • Senior secured bond issue by Ovako (SE) — EUR 310 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Ovako (SE) — EUR 310 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Ovako´s EUR 310 million senior secured bond issue. Ovako develops high-tech steel solutions for, and in co-operation with, its customers in the bearing, transport and manufacturing industries. September 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in THQ Nordic AB (SE) — SEK 598 million

      Directed new share issue in THQ Nordic AB (SE) — SEK 598 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner and lead manager in the directed new share issue of 7,203,250 new shares at a subscription price of SEK 83 per share. THQ Nordic acquires, develops and publishes PC and console games. The company has a wide catalogue of 270 games, including 85 owned franchises, and has a global publishing reach within marketing, sales and distribution, both online and offline. September 2017. 

    • Block trade of shares in AcadeMedia (SE) — SEK 741 million

      Block trade of shares in AcadeMedia (SE) — SEK 741 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the block trade of 12.6 million shares in AcadeMedia. AcadeMedia is the leading and single largest independent education provider in northern Europe. AcadeMedia has operations throughout the education chain, from preschool, compulsory school and upper secondary school to adult education. September 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Catena Media plc (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Placing of shares in Catena Media plc (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 2,000,000 shares in Catena Media, on behalf of Optimizer Invest Ltd, Aveny Ltd and Pixel Wizard Ltd, at a subscription price of SEK 80.00 per share.  Catena Media is one of the leading players in the business of generating quality leads and high-value traffic to iGaming operators in Europe. September 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Tokmanni Group Plc (FI) — EUR 68 million

      Placing of shares in Tokmanni Group Plc (FI) — EUR 68 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 8,951,301 shares in Tokmanni on behalf of Nordic Capital Fund VII, at a price of EUR 7.60 per share. Tokmanni is the largest general discount retailer in Finland and in the Nordic countries, measured by revenue. September 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Jyske Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 1.67 billion

      Placing of shares in Jyske Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 1.67 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 4,752,000 shares in Jyske Bank, on behalf of BRF Holding A/S, at a price of DKK 352 per share. Jyske Bank is the third-largest bank in the Danish market providing financial solutions for private customers and companies. September 2017.

    • Directed share issue in Storytel (SE) — SEK 203 million

      Directed share issue in Storytel (SE) — SEK 203 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed share issue of 3 million new shares at a subscription price of SEK 67.50 per share. Storytel is a digital subscription service that streamlines audio books to mobile phones. Storytel provides a large content library in multiple languages with the latest releases, bestselling books and timeless classics. September 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Konecranes Oyj (FI) — EUR 188 million

      Placing of shares in Konecranes Oyj (FI) — EUR 188 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the placing of 5.15 million shares in Konecranes on behalf of Terex Corporation, at a price of EUR 36.50 per share. Konecranes is a world-leading group of Lifting Businesses™, serving a broad range of customers, including manufacturing and process industries, shipyards, ports and terminals. September 2017.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond tap issue by Heimstaden AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond tap issue by Heimstaden AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in Heimstaden´s SEK 400 million senior unsecured floating rate bond tap issue. Heimstaden is a real estate company investing in residential properties in strong locations in growth areas in Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark. August 2017.

    • Acquisition of Proton Energy Systems Inc. (Proton OnSite) (US) by Nel ASA (NO) — USD 70 million
      Acquisition of Proton Energy Systems Inc. (Proton OnSite) (US) by Nel ASA (NO) — USD 70 million

      Acquisition of Proton Energy Systems Inc. (Proton OnSite) (US) by Nel ASA (NO) — USD 70 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Nel ASA in the acquisition of Proton OnSite. Nel is global a supplier of hydrogen solutions, covering the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to hydrogen refuelling stations for fuel cell electric vehicles. Proton OnSite is a hydrogen technology company based in Connecticut U.S. June 2017.

    • Divestment of Lekmer (SE) to Babyshop (SE) by Qliro Group (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 90 million

      Divestment of Lekmer (SE) to Babyshop (SE) by Qliro Group (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 90 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Qliro Group in the divestment of Lekmer to Babyshop. Lekmer.com is the largest online store for children and young families in the Nordic countries. June 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in Xbrane Biopharma AB (SE) — SEK 20 million

      Directed new share issue in Xbrane Biopharma AB (SE) — SEK 20 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 655,738 new shares at a subscription price of SEK 30.50 per share. Xbrane is a commercial phase Swedish biopharmaceutical company specialised in biosimilars and long acting injectables. June 2017.

    • Sale of a 40% minority stake in Dr. Fürst Medisinsk Laboratorium (NO) to Ferd Capital (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Sale of a 40% minority stake in Dr. Fürst Medisinsk Laboratorium (NO) to Ferd Capital (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to main shareholder in Fürst in connection with the transaction. Fürst is the largest private medical laboratory in the Nordics and analyses tests from more than 10,000 patients per day. Ferd is a family-owned Norwegian investment company. June 2017.

    • Divestment of Sergel Group (SE) to Marginalen (SE) by Telia Company (SE) — SEK 2.1 billion

      Divestment of Sergel Group (SE) to Marginalen (SE) by Telia Company (SE) — SEK 2.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Telia Company in the divestment of Sergel Group to Marginalen. Sergel Group is Telia Company’s Nordic and Baltic credit management services and debt purchase business. June 2017.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Legres AB (SE) — SEK 490 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Legres AB (SE) — SEK 490 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Legres AB, parent company in the Sergel Group, SEK 490 million senior secured bond issue. Sergel is a leading credit management service (“CMS”) provider and operates throughout the Nordics from eight different offices. June 2017.

    • Senior secured floating rate bond issue by European Energy A/S (DK) — EUR 60 million

      Senior secured floating rate bond issue by European Energy A/S (DK) — EUR 60 million

      Carnegie acted as as joint bookrunner in European Energy’s EUR 60 million senior secured floating rate bond issue. European Energy develops, finances, constructs and operates wind and solar farms. June 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Fastighets AB Trianon (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 575 million

      Initial public offering of Fastighets AB Trianon (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 575 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Trianon on Nasdaq First North Premier. Trianon is a property company whose business concept is to invest in commercial and residential properties in Malmö. June 2017.

    • Initial public offering of BONESUPPORT HOLDING AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 575 million

      Initial public offering of BONESUPPORT HOLDING AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 575 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of BONESUPPORT on Nasdaq Stockholm. BONESUPPORT is an innovative and rapidly growing commercial stage orthobiologics company, based in Lund, Sweden. The Company develops and commercializes innovative injectable bioceramic bone graft substitutes that remodel to the patient’s own bone and have the capability of eluting drugs directly into the bone void. June 2017.

    • Placing of shares in AcadeMedia AB (SE) — SEK 855 million

      Placing of shares in AcadeMedia AB (SE) — SEK 855 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 855 million placing of 15 million AcadeMedia shares, on behalf of Marvin Holding Limited, at a price of SEK 57 per share. AcadeMedia is the leading and single largest independent education provider in northern Europe. AcadeMedia has operations throughout the education chain, from preschool, compulsory school and upper secondary school to adult education. June 2017.

    • Voluntary exchange offer to the preference shareholders in Sagax — SEK 1.4 billion

      Voluntary exchange offer to the preference shareholders in Sagax — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser to Sagax in the voluntary exchange offer to the preference shareholders on all outstanding preference shares to exchange their preference shares in Sagax against class D-shares in Sagax. Sagax is a real estate company that invests in commercial properties primarily in the warehouse and light industrial segment. June 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Mr Green & Co (SE) — SEK 234 million

      Placing of shares in Mr Green & Co (SE) — SEK 234 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the 6.0 million share transaction in Mr Green & Co at a price of SEK 39.00 per share. The offering consisted of a directed share issue of 5.0 million shares as well as a secondary offering of 1.0 million shares. Mr Green & Co is a European online gambling company. June 2017.

    • Subordinated Tier 2 bonds by Collector Bank AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Subordinated Tier 2 bonds by Collector Bank AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in Collector Bank’s SEK 500 million subordinated Tier 2 bond issue. Collector is an innovative, digital, niche bank that offers financing solutions to private and corporate customers. June 2017.

    • Bond tap issue in Catena Media plc (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Bond tap issue in Catena Media plc (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the EUR 50 million bond tap issue in Catena Media. Catena Media is a fast-growing online performance marketing and lead generation company within iGaming with portals like AskGamblers and RightCasino. June 2017.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Ixat Intressenter AB (SE), parent company in the Cabonline Group — SEK 1,550 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Ixat Intressenter AB (SE), parent company in the Cabonline Group — SEK 1,550 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Ixat Intressenter´s SEK 1,550 million senior secured bond issue. Cabonline Group operates a transportation intermediary via embedded hardware and software solutions for a series of leading taxi brands across Sweden and Norway, including TaxiKurir, Sverigetaxi, Norgestaxi and TopCab. June 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Gaming Innovation Group (NO) — NOK 378 million

      Placing of shares in Gaming Innovation Group (NO) — NOK 378 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 70 million shares in Gaming Innovation Group on behalf of a group of existing shareholders, at a price of NOK 5.40 per share. Gaming Innovation Group is an emerging gambling solutions and interactive entertainment provider. The Group offers cutting-edge cloud based Services and B2B Performance Marketing, and owns B2C gambling operators offering games from the best-of-breed suppliers across the online sports betting and casino industry. June 2017.

    • Placing of shares in GHP Specialty Care AB (SE) — SEK 111 million

      Placing of shares in GHP Specialty Care AB (SE) — SEK 111 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 9.2 million shares in GHP on behalf of Annedalskliniken AB, at a price of SEK 12.10 per share. GHP is a Swedish health care provider that conducts both out-patient and in-patient care in the Nordic countries and the United Arab Emirates. June 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Boozt AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 1.9 billion

      Initial public offering of Boozt AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Boozt on Nasdaq Stockholm. Boozt is a leading, fast-growing and profitable Nordic technology company selling fashion online. May 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Saferoad Holding ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 1.6 billion

      Initial public offering of Saferoad Holding ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Saferoad Holding ASA on Oslo Stock Exchange. Saferoad Holding ASA  is a leading road safety and road infrastructure solutions provider in Northern, Central and Eastern Europe. May 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Konecranes Oyj (FI) — EUR 262 million

      Placing of shares in Konecranes Oyj (FI) — EUR 262 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the placing of 7.0 million shares in Konecranes on behalf of Terex Corporation, at a price of EUR 37.40 per share. Konecranes is a world-leading group of Lifting Businesses™, serving a broad range of customers, including manufacturing and process industries, shipyards, ports and terminals. May 2017.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Lendify Sweden 1 AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Lendify Sweden 1 AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser and bookrunner in Lendify´s SEK 200 million senior secured bond issue. Lendify is Sweden’s first and leading online marketplace lending platform founded in 2014 in Stockholm. May 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Medicover AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.3 billion

      Initial public offering of Medicover AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Medicover on Nasdaq Stockholm. Medicover is a leading international healthcare and diagnostic services provider in Poland, Germany, Romania, Ukraine and certain other markets, primarily in Central and Eastern Europe. May 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Munters Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 4.5 billion

      Initial public offering of Munters Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 4.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Munters Group on Nasdaq Stockholm. Munters is a leading global provider of energy efficient and mission critical precision climate control solutions for commercial and industrial applications. May 2017.

    • Senior secured floating rate bond issue by Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 110 million

      Senior secured floating rate bond issue by Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 110 million

      Carnegie acted as as sole bookrunner in Stillfront´s SEK 110 million senior secured floating rate bond issue. Stillfront is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of digital games. May 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Ahlsell AB (SE) — SEK 5.3 billion

      Placing of shares in Ahlsell AB (SE) — SEK 5.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 90 million shares in Ahlsell AB, on behalf of CVC, at a price of SEK 58.50 per share. Ahlsell is a leading Nordic distributor of products within HVAC & Plumbing, Electrical and Tools & Supplies. May 2017.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Heimstaden AB (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Heimstaden AB (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Carnegie acted as as joint bookrunner in Heimstaden´s SEK 850 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. Heimstaden is a real estate company investing in residential properties in strong locations in growth areas in Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark. May 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Sdiptech AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 575 million

      Initial public offering of Sdiptech AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 575 million

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator and bookrunner in the initial public offering of Sdiptech on Nasdaq First North Premier. Sdiptech is a group within the technical industry with main focus on urban infrastructure. May 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 26.6 million shares in Capio AB, on behalf of Nordic Capital, at a price of SEK 50.00 per share. Capio is a leading, pan-European healthcare provider offering a broad range of high quality medical, surgical and psychiatric healthcare services in four countries through its hospitals, specialist clinics and primary care units. May 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Instalco AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 1.1 billion

      Initial public offering of Instalco AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Instalco on Nasdaq Stockholm. Instalco is a leading installation and service supplier within the disciplines heating and plumbing, electrical, ventilation, cooling and industrial. May 2017.

    • Divestment of VårgårdaHus AB (SE) to HusCompagniet (DK) by TB-Gruppen AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of VårgårdaHus AB (SE) to HusCompagniet (DK) by TB-Gruppen AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to TB-Gruppen in the divestment of VårgårdaHus to HusCompagniet. VårgårdaHus, based in Vårgårda, Sweden, is a company engaged in building single-family wooden houses to the Swedish market. May 2017.

    • Public offer for MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) by Geoex Limited (UK) — NOK 130 million

      Public offer for MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) by Geoex Limited (UK) — NOK 130 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Directors of MCG in connection with the offer. MCG is an international marine seismic data provider, specializing in multi-client seismic surveys offered to oil &  gas companies worldwide. May 2017.

    • Acquisition of Phonero AS (NO) by Telia Company AB (SE) — Enterprise value NOK 2.3 billion
      Acquisition of Phonero AS (NO) by Telia Company AB (SE) — Enterprise value NOK 2.3 billion

      Acquisition of Phonero AS (NO) by Telia Company AB (SE) — Enterprise value NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Telia in the aquisition of Phonero. Phonero offers telecommunication services to corporate customers as well as public companies in Norway. April 2017.

    • Senior secured bond tap issue by DDM Debt (SE) — EUR 35 million

      Senior secured bond tap issue by DDM Debt (SE) — EUR 35 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser and bookrunner in DDM Debt’s EUR 35 million senior secured bond tap issue by DDM Debt, a wholly owned indirect subsidiary to DDM Holding AG. DDM Holding AG (First North: DDM) is a specialist investor in and manager of non-performing loans and distressed asset in Central and Eastern Europe. April 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Actic Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 803 million

      Initial public offering of Actic Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 803 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Actic on Nasdaq Stockholm. Actic is a North European fitness club operator focusing on the markets in Sweden, Norway and Germany, and with a presence in Finland and Austria. April 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in GomSpace (SE) — SEK 95 million

      Directed new share issue in GomSpace (SE) — SEK 95 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 1.75 million new shares at a subscription price of SEK 54.5 per share. GomSpace is a space company with a mission to be engaged in the global market for space systems and services by introducing new products, i.e. components, platforms and systems based on innovation within professional nanosatellites. April 2017.

    • Rights issue in Rejlers AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Rights issue in Rejlers AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the SEK 200 million rights issue in Rejlers. Rejlers is one of the largest technical consultancy firms in the Nordic region, providing technical consultancy services in the areas of Building, Energy, Industry and Infrastructure. April 2017.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Genova Property Group AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Genova Property Group AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner and issuing agent in Genova's SEK 300 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. Genova owns, manages and develops properties with focus on Stockholm and Uppsala. April 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Ambea AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.3 billion

      Initial public offering of Ambea AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Ambea on Nasdaq Stockholm. Ambea offers services within disabled care, individual and family care and elderly care, with a focus on residential care and own management. March 2017.

    • Rights issue in DDM Holding AG (CH) — SEK 104 million

      Rights issue in DDM Holding AG (CH) — SEK 104 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the rights issue of 4.5 million new shares at a subscription price of SEK 23.00 per share. DDM Holding AG is a specialist investor in and manager of non-performing loans and distressed asset in Central and Eastern Europe. March 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 380 million

      Directed new share issue in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 380 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 9,380,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 40.50 per share. Scatec Solar is an integrated independent solar power producer, delivering affordable, rapidly deployable and sustainable source of clean energy worldwide. March 2017.

    • Tender for senior unsecured bond issue by EMGS (NO)

      Tender for senior unsecured bond issue by EMGS (NO)

      Carnegie acted as as sole financial adviser in EMGS´s tender for senior unsecured bond issue. EMGS acquire and process high-quality marine electromagnetic data and help customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. March 2017.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Jefast Holding (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Jefast Holding (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner and issuing agent in Jefast Holding's SEK 200 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. Jefast is a Swedish privately owned real estate company, focused on long-term asset management, development and property management of properties in Skåne, Sweden. The Group also owns a hotel property in Florida, USA. March 2017.

    • New share issue in Storskogen Invest (SE) — SEK 400 million

      New share issue in Storskogen Invest (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the SEK 400 million new share issue in Storskogen Invest. Storskogen Invest is one of Storskogen’s three investment vehicles, which develops and manages a diversified group of smaller companies in Sweden. March 2017.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Resurs Bank AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Resurs Bank AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Resurs Bank's SEK 500 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. The Resurs Group, which operates through subsidiaries Resurs Bank and Solid Försäkringar, is one of the leading retail finance groups in the Nordic region, offering payment solutions, consumer loans and niche insurance products. March 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Europris ASA (NO) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Placing of shares in Europris ASA (NO) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 54.7 million shares in Europris on behalf of Nordic Capital, at a price of NOK 35.00 per share. Europris is Norway’s largest discount variety retailer by sales. March 2017.

    • Acquisition of Happy Socks AB (SE) by Palamon Capital Partners (UK) — SEK 725 million

      Acquisition of Happy Socks AB (SE) by Palamon Capital Partners (UK) — SEK 725 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Palamon Capital Partners in the acquisition of Happy Socks, a leading international brand of design socks. Happy Socks is a globally recognised brand sold in more than 90 countries through more than 10,000 points of sale, supported by a fast growing online channel and an expanding portfolio of own-branded retail stores. February 2017.

    • Rights issue in RenoNorden (NO) — NOK 350 million

      Rights issue in RenoNorden (NO) — NOK 350 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the fully underwritten NOK 350 million rights issue in RenoNorden. RenoNorden is the Nordic region’s leading private waste collection and transportation company, providing services to over five million people across four countries. February 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in Nel ASA (NO) — NOK 177 million

      Directed new share issue in Nel ASA (NO) — NOK 177 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 64,980,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 2.72 per share. Nel is global a supplier of hydrogen solutions, covering the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to hydrogen refuelling stations for fuel cell electric vehicles. February 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Oncopeptides AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 748 million

      Initial public offering of Oncopeptides AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 748 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Oncopeptides on Nasdaq Stockholm. Oncopeptides is a research and development stage pharmaceutical company developing drugs for treatment of cancer. February 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 660 million

      Placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 660 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 15.2 million shares in Capio AB, on behalf of Apax Europe, at a price of SEK 43.50 per share. Capio is a leading, pan-European healthcare provider offering a broad range of high quality medical, surgical and psychiatric healthcare services in four countries through its hospitals, specialist clinics and primary care units. February 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Resurs Holding (SE) — SEK 980 million

      Placing of shares in Resurs Holding (SE) — SEK 980 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 17.5 million shares, on behalf of Nordic Capital, at a price of SEK 56.00 per share. Resurs is a leader in retail finance in the Nordic region, offering payment solutions, consumer loans and targeted insurance products. February 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Nordic Waterproofing (SE) — SEK 360 million

      Placing of shares in Nordic Waterproofing (SE) — SEK 360 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 4 million shares, on behalf of Axcel and KIRKBI, at a price of SEK 90.00 per share. Nordic Waterproofing, in its current form, was established in 2011 by Axcel by means of a merger of the Swedish and Danish waterproofing subsidiaries of Trelleborg AB’s and Lemminkäinen Oy's roof installation businesses. February 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Konecranes Oyj (FI) — EUR 257 million

      Placing of shares in Konecranes Oyj (FI) — EUR 257 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 7,450 000 shares in Konecranes on behalf of Terex Corporation, at a price of EUR 34.50 per share. Konecranes is a world-leading group of Lifting Businesses™, serving a broad range of customers, including manufacturing and process industries, shipyards, ports and terminals. February 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Nordax Group AB (SE) — SEK 768 million

      Placing of shares in Nordax Group AB (SE) — SEK 768 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 768 million placing in Nordax on behalf of Vision Capital. Nordax Group, is a leading niche bank in the Nordic region providing unsecured consumer loans and deposit accounts in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Germany. February 2017.

    • Placing of shares in AcadeMedia AB (SE) — SEK 696 million

      Placing of shares in AcadeMedia AB (SE) — SEK 696 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 696 million placing of AcadeMedia shares, on behalf of Marvin Holding Limited. AcadeMedia is the leading and single largest independent education provider in northern Europe. AcadeMedia has operations throughout the education chain, from preschool, compulsory school and upper secondary school to adult education. February 2017.

    • Placing of shares in Tokmanni Group Plc (FI) — EUR 81 million

      Placing of shares in Tokmanni Group Plc (FI) — EUR 81 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the placing of 15.29 per cent in Tokmanni on behalf of Nordic Capital, at a price of EUR 9.00 per share. Tokmanni is the largest general discount retailer in Finland and in the Nordic countries, measured by revenue. February 2017.

    • Clean-out of Sentica Partner’s (FI) 63.3 per cent ownership in Kotipizza Group (FI) — EUR 38 million

      Clean-out of Sentica Partner’s (FI) 63.3 per cent ownership in Kotipizza Group (FI) — EUR 38 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in Sentica Partner’s clean-out of 63.3 per cent in Kotipizza Group in an accelerated book-building process.The sale price was EUR 9.50 per share and the gross sales proceeds amounted to approximately EUR 38 million. Sentica Partners listed the company on Nasdaq Helsinki Exchange in June 2015 and has been a shareholder in Kotipizza since 2011. February 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in NEXT Biometrics Group ASA (NO) — NOK 156 million

      Directed new share issue in NEXT Biometrics Group ASA (NO) — NOK 156 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 1,167,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 134 per share. NEXT holds a unique and patented technology that enables sales of high quality sensor modules at mass market compatible price levels. February 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in Insr Insurance Group ASA (NO) — NOK 126 million

      Directed new share issue in Insr Insurance Group ASA (NO) — NOK 126 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 18 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 7.00 per share. Insr Insurance Group ASA was established in 2009 and is an independent insurance group headquartered in Oslo. Insr has a license for all groups of non-life insurance, except for credit and guarantee insurance. The Group serves both private and business markets through direct sales or via agents and insurance brokers. February 2017.

    • Divestment of McDonald's operations in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of McDonald's operations in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to McDonald's in the divestment of its Nordic operations. McDonald’s is one of the most recognised consumer brands in the world with unparalleled brand strength in the Informal Eating Out (IEO) restaurant industry and the brand has been recognised as one of the most valuable brands globally. McDonald’s is one of the world’s largest IEO restaurant chains with more than 36,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries. January 2017.

    • Acquisition of PKC Electronics (FI) by Enics AG (CH) from PKC Group Plc (FI) — Amount not disclosed
      Acquisition of PKC Electronics (FI) by Enics AG (CH) from PKC Group Plc (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of PKC Electronics (FI) by Enics AG (CH) from PKC Group Plc (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Enics AG in the acquisition of PKC Electronics from PKC Group. Enics AG is one of the biggest electronics manufacturing service providers in the world focusing on industrial electronics. January 2017.

    • Tier 2 bond issue by FOREX Bank (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Tier 2 bond issue by FOREX Bank (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser and bookrunner in FOREX Bank’s SEK 250 million Tier 2 bond issue. FOREX Bank’s core business is to manage foreign currency transactions for private individuals throughout the Nordics. January 2017.

    • Senior secured fixed rate bond issue by DDM Debt AB (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Senior secured fixed rate bond issue by DDM Debt AB (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser and bookrunner in DDM Debt’s EUR 50 million senior secured fixed rate bond issue, a wholly owned indirect subsidiary to DDM Holding AG. DDM Holding AG (First North: DDM) is a specialist investor in and manager of non-performing loans and distressed asset in Central and Eastern Europe. January 2017.

    • Tier 2 bond issue by Resurs Bank (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Tier 2 bond issue by Resurs Bank (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Resurs Bank SEK 300 million Tier 2 bond issue. The Resurs Group, which operates through subsidiaries Resurs Bank and Solid Försäkringar, is one of the leading retail finance groups in the Nordic region, offering payment solutions, consumer loans and niche insurance products. January 2017.

    • Sale of Fjords Processing (NO) to National Oilwell Varco (US) by Akastor (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 1.2 billion

      Sale of Fjords Processing (NO) to National Oilwell Varco (US) by Akastor (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Akastor in the sale of Fjords Processing to National Oilwell Varco. Fjords Processing provides world-class wellstream processing technology, systems and services to the upstream oil and gas industry. December 2016.

    • Share issue in DeepOcean Group B.V. (NL) – Amount not disclosed

      Share issue in DeepOcean Group B.V. (NL) – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as lead advisor to DeepOcean in share issue where Triton becomes a new lead shareholder. DeepOcean is an integrated provider of services and technologies for the subsea industry. December 2016.

    • Rights issue in Tobii AB — SEK 458 million

      Rights issue in Tobii AB — SEK 458 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the SEK 458 million rights issue in Tobii. Tobii is the global leader in eye tracking technology. December 2016.

    • Bondholder's meeting and bond tap issue in Moberg Pharma (SE) — SEK 215 million

      Bondholder's meeting and bond tap issue in Moberg Pharma (SE) — SEK 215 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser and joint bookrunner in bondholder's meeting with revised terms and bond tap issue in Moberg Pharma. Moberg Pharma is a profitable and growing Swedish pharmaceutical company with unique OTC product sales operations in the U.S. December 2016.

    • Private placement of shares in Moberg Pharma (SE) — SEK 148 million

      Private placement of shares in Moberg Pharma (SE) — SEK 148 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the private placement of shares in Moberg Pharma. Moberg Pharma is a profitable and growing Swedish pharmaceutical company with unique OTC product sales operations in the U.S. December 2016.

    • Rights issue in PledPharma (SE) — SEK 406 million

      Rights issue in PledPharma (SE) — SEK 406 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the fully underwritten SEK 406 million rights issue in PledPharma. PledPharma is a Swedish pharmaceutical company  developing new drugs that protect the body against oxidative stress – a potentially disabling and sometimes life-threatening condition that can be caused by chemotherapy and acetaminophen poisoning. December 2016.

    • Public cash offer to D. Carnegie & Co AB (SE) by The Blackstone Group L.P. (US) — SEK 7.8 billion

      Public cash offer to D. Carnegie & Co AB (SE) by The Blackstone Group L.P. (US) — SEK 7.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Blackstone in the mandatory public cash offer to shareholders of D. Carnegie & Co. Blackstone is a global leader in real estate investing. D. Carnegie & Co is a real estate company focusing on residential properties in the Stockholm region. December 2016. 

    • Acquisition of dRofus AS (NO) by Nemetschek Group (DE) — EUR 24.5 million

      Acquisition of dRofus AS (NO) by Nemetschek Group (DE) — EUR 24.5 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to dRofus in the acquisition of Nemetschek Group. dRofus AS was founded in 2011 in Oslo, Norway and has 28 employees and subsidiaries in USA, Australia and Sweden. The customer base of dRofus includes public and private building owners, designers, engineers and contractors. December 2016.

    • Divestment of BioPhausia AB (SE) to Karo Pharma AB (SE) by Medivir AB (SE) — Enterprice value SEK 908 million

      Divestment of BioPhausia AB (SE) to Karo Pharma AB (SE) by Medivir AB (SE) — Enterprice value SEK 908 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Medivir AB (publ) in the divestment of BioPhausia AB to Karo Pharma AB (publ). BioPhausia consists of thirteen established pharmaceutical drugs with strong brand names and long prescription traditions in the Nordics. December 2016.

    • Sale of majority stakes in Opera TV (NO) from Opera Software ASA (NO) to Moore Frères & Company (US) — USD 80 million (70% stake)

      Sale of majority stakes in Opera TV (NO) from Opera Software ASA (NO) to Moore Frères & Company (US) — USD 80 million (70% stake)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Opera Software in the sale of the majority stake in Opera TV to Moore Frères & Company. Opera TV is the market leader in enabling the TV industry's transition to OTT, delivering the most widely deployed HTML5 platform to over 60 customers. December 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Nordic Waterproofing (SE) — SEK 328 million

      Placing of shares in Nordic Waterproofing (SE) — SEK 328 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 328 million placing of Nordic Waterproofing shares, on behalf of Axcel and KIRKBI Invest. Nordic Waterproofing, in its current form, was established in 2011 by Axcel by means of a merger of the Swedish and Danish waterproofing subsidiaries of Trelleborg AB’s and Lemminkäinen Oy's roof installation businesses. December 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Edgeware AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 430 million

      Initial public offering of Edgeware AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 430 million

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Edgeware on Nasdaq Stockholm. Edgeware was founded in 2004 and has since evolved into a global, high-tech company that develops and offers hardware and software systems as well as associated services that enable effective and scalable TV and video streaming over IP. December 2016.

    • Private placement of shares in Swap.com Services Oy (FI) — EUR 19 million

      Private placement of shares in Swap.com Services Oy (FI) — EUR 19 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the EUR 19 million pre-IPO private placement in Swap.com. Swap.com is today the leading provider of inexpensive pre-owned clothing in the U.S, active in a fast growing online consignment segment, with an addressable market of approximately USD 100 billion. Swap.com is currently growing with an average quarterly growth rate of over 30 percent, which is expected to continue. December 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Volati AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 1.2 billion

      Initial public offering of Volati AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Volati on Nasdaq Stockholm. Volati is a Swedish industrial group formed in 2003, comprising some 40 operating companies divided into 13 business units organised in three business areas: Trading, Consumer and Industry. December 2016.

    • Cash offer for Arcam AB (SE) by GE Aviation (US) — SEK 6.2 billion

      Cash offer for Arcam AB (SE) by GE Aviation (US) — SEK 6.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Arcam in the public cash offer from GE Aviation. Arcam provides cost-efficient Additive Manufacturing solutions for production of metal components. December 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Dometic Group AB (SE) — SEK 5.1 billion

      Placing of shares in Dometic Group AB (SE) — SEK 5.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 5.1 billion placing of Dometic shares, on behalf of Frostbite I managed by EQT. Dometic manufactures and sells a broad range of products within the areas of Climate, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food & Beverage for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and work boats, and for a variety of other uses. November 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Arcus ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange – NOK 2.1 billion

      Initial public offering of Arcus ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange – NOK 2.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Arcus on Oslo Stock Exchange. Arcus is a leading Nordic branded consumer goods company within the production, import, sale and distribution of wine and spirits. The Company is the world’s largest producer of aquavit and holds strong market positions within spirits and wine across the whole Nordic region.Novmeber 2016.

    • Acquisition of Plantasjen (NO) by Ratos (SE) — NOK 2.9 billion

      Acquisition of Plantasjen (NO) by Ratos (SE) — NOK 2.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Ratos in the aquisition of Plantasjen. Plantasjen is the Nordic region’s leading chain for sales of plants and gardening accessories, with a total of 124 stores in Norway, Sweden and Finland, and a primary focus on the consumer segment. November 2016.

    • Merger between Suomen Terveystalo Oy (FI) and Diacor Terveyspalvelut Oy (FI) — Amount not disclosed
      Merger between Suomen Terveystalo Oy (FI) and Diacor Terveyspalvelut Oy (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Merger between Suomen Terveystalo Oy (FI) and Diacor Terveyspalvelut Oy (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Terveystalo in the merger with Diacor. Diacor is a Finnish welfare company operating 13 clinics and a hospital in the Helsinki metropolitan area and one clinic in Turku. November 2016.

    • Listing of Mr Green AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Listing of Mr Green AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the listing of Mr Green on Nasdaq Stockholm. Mr Green is a European online gaming company. November 2016.

    • Divestment of Opera Software ASA’s Consumer Business (NO) to Golden Brick (CN) — USD 575 million

      Divestment of Opera Software ASA’s Consumer Business (NO) to Golden Brick (CN) — USD 575 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Opera Software in the divestment of their Consumer Business to Golden Brick. Opera Software enables more than 350 million internet consumers worldwide to connect with the content and services that matter most to them. November 2016.

    • Rights issue in FastPartner AB (SE) — SEK 770 million

      Rights issue in FastPartner AB (SE) — SEK 770 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the SEK 770 million rights issue. FastPartner is a Swedish listed real estate company that owns, manages and develops own properties. Focus on commercial real estate in growth areas, primarily Stockholm as well as Gothenburg, Norrköping and Gävle. November 2016.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Alvotech HF (IS) — USD 26 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Alvotech HF (IS) — USD 26 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in Alvotech HF’s USD 26 million senior secured bond issue. Alvotech HF is an early-stage Icelandic biopharmaceutical company that focuses purely on the biosimilar market with complete vertical integration from early R&D to commercial manufacturing. November 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Humana AB (SE) — SEK 444 million

      Placing of shares in Humana AB (SE) — SEK 444 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 6 million shares in Humana of behalf of Argon Capital, at a price of SEK 74 per share. Humana is a leading Nordic care company with over 14,000 full and part time employees which offers services within individual and family care, personal assistance, elderly care and housing with special service according to LSS.
      November 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Serneke Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Initial public offering of Serneke Group AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator and adviser in the initial public offering of Serneke on Nasdaq Stockholm. Serneke is one of Sweden’s fastest growing construction and project development groups, with a comprehensive offering within construction, civil engineering, project development and property management. November 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Alligator Bioscience AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 483 million

      Initial public offering of Alligator Bioscience AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 483 million

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of Alligator on Nasdaq Stockholm. Alligator is a research-based biotechnology company that develops innovative immune activating antibody drugs for tumor-directed immunotherapy. November 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Nordax Group AB (SE) — SEK 490 million

      Placing of shares in Nordax Group AB (SE) — SEK 490 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 10 million shares in Nordax of behalf of Vision Capital, at a price of SEK 49 per share. Nordax Group, is a leading niche bank in the Nordic region providing unsecured consumer loans and deposit accounts to about 95,000 customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Germany. November 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Tokmanni Group Plc (FI) — EUR 75 million

      Placing of shares in Tokmanni Group Plc (FI) — EUR 75 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the placing of 9,000,000 shares in Tokmanni of behalf of Nordic Capital, at a price of EUR 8.30 per share. Tokmanni is the largest general discount retailer in Finland and in the Nordic countries, measured by revenue.November 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Jyske Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 280 million

      Placing of shares in Jyske Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 280 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 950,400 shares in Jyske Bank, at a subscription price at DKK 295 per share. November 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Hansa Medical AB (SE) — SEK 185 million

      Directed new share issue in Hansa Medical AB (SE) — SEK 185 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the directed new share in Hansa Medical. Hansa Medical is a biopharmaceutical company focused on immunomodulatory enzymes for treatment and prevention of rare and severe autoimmune conditions and transplant rejection.October 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Ahlsell AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 6.9 billion

      Initial public offering of Ahlsell AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 6.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Ahlsell on Nasdaq Stockholm. Ahlsell is a leading Nordic distributoro f products within HVAC & Plumbing, Electrical and Tools & Supplies.October 2016.

    • Directed and rights issue in Sagax AB (SE) — SEK 484 million

      Directed and rights issue in Sagax AB (SE) — SEK 484 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the fully underwritten SEK 484 million directed and rights issue of a new share class D in Sagax. Sagax is a real estate company that invests in commercial properties primarily in the warehouse and light industrial segment. October 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Dustin Group AB (SE) — SEK 351 million

      Placing of shares in Dustin Group AB (SE) — SEK 351 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 5.7 million shares in Dustin Group AB at a price of SEK 61 per share. Dustin is a leading online based reseller of IT products and services in the Nordic countries.October 2016.

    • Divestment of the Lyngby Porcelæn brand and activities (DK) to Rosendahl Design Group (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of the Lyngby Porcelæn brand and activities (DK) to Rosendahl Design Group (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Karakter Copenhagen and its shareholders in the divestment of the Lyngby Porcelæn brand and activities to Rosendahl Design Group.October 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Axactor AB (NO) — NOK 598 million

      Directed new share issue in Axactor AB (NO) — NOK 598 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 230 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 2.60 per share. Axactor is a newly established company within the credit management service industry - with a Nordic base, and with an ambitious Pan-European growth strategy.October 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Starbreeze AB (SE) — SEK 385 million

      Directed new share issue in Starbreeze AB (SE) — SEK 385 million

      Carnegie acted as placing agent in the directed new share issue of 16.5 million new B-shares in Starbreeze at a subscription price of SEK 23.40 per share. Starbreeze is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of high quality entertainment products.October 2016.

    • Divestment of Bygghemma Group Nordic AB (SE) to FSN Captial IV & V (SE) by Nordstjernan (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Bygghemma Group Nordic AB (SE) to FSN Captial IV & V (SE) by Nordstjernan (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Nordstjernan in the divestment of Bygghemma Group to FSN Capital. Bygghemma Group offers a broad assortment of home improvement products at competitive prices with convenient home delivery, mainly using a direct fulfilment model where orders are delivered direct from the supplier to the customer. October 2016.

    • Preference share issue in K2A Knaust & Andersson Fastigheter AB (SE) — SEK 108 million

      Preference share issue in K2A Knaust & Andersson Fastigheter AB (SE) — SEK 108 million

      Carnegie acted as advisor and bookrunner in the directed preference share issue of 400,000 preference shares. K2A is a real estate company which owns, develops and manages rental apartments and community service properties.September 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Nets (DK) on Nasdaq OMX Copenhagen – DKK 15.8 billion

      Initial public offering of Nets (DK) on Nasdaq OMX Copenhagen – DKK 15.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as Co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Nets on Nasdaq OMX Copenhagen. Nets is a leading provider of digital payment services and related technology solutions in the Nordics. September 2016.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Serneke Group AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Serneke Group AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner and issuing agent in Serneke Group's SEK 300 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. Serneke is one of Sweden’s fastest growing construction management companies with an innovative full-service offering within construction, civil engineering, project development and property management.September 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 690 million

      Directed new share issue in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 690 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 3 million b-shares in Balder at a price of SEK 230 per share. Fastighets AB Balder is a listed real estate company which shall meet the needs of different customer groups for premises and housing through local support.September 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Nordax Group AB (SE) — SEK 660 million

      Placing of shares in Nordax Group AB (SE) — SEK 660 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 15 million shares in Nordax Group AB at a price of SEK 44 per share. Nordax Group, is a leading niche bank in the Nordic region providing unsecured consumer loans and deposit accounts to about 95,000 customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Germany.September 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 980 million

      Placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 980 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 20 million shares in Capio AB at a price of SEK 49 per share. Capio is a leading, pan-European healthcare provider offering a broad range of high quality medical, surgical and psychiatric healthcare services in four countries through its hospitals, specialist clinics and primary care units.September 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Klövern AB (SE) — SEK 880 million

      Placing of shares in Klövern AB (SE) — SEK 880 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 80 million B-shares in Klövern at a price of SEK 11.0 per share. Klövern is a real estate company committed, with closeness and commitment, to offering customers efficient premises in selected growth regions. September 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Tobii AB (SE) — SEK 270 million

      Placing of shares in Tobii AB (SE) — SEK 270 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 3.6 million shares in Tobii at a price of SEK 75 per share. Tobii is the global leader in eye tracking. September 2016.

    • Senior secured floating rate bond issue by Catena Media plc (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Senior secured floating rate bond issue by Catena Media plc (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner and issuing agent in Catena Media's EUR 50 million senior secured floating rate bond issue. Catena Media is one of the leading players in the business of generating quality leads and high-value traffic to iGaming operators in Europe. September 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Dometic Group AB (SE) — SEK 3.6 billion

      Placing of shares in Dometic Group AB (SE) — SEK 3.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 3.6 billion placing of Dometic shares, on behalf of Frostbie I managed by EQT. Dometic manufactures and sells a broad range of products within the areas of Climate, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food & Beverage for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and work boats, and for a variety of other uses. August 2016.

    • Preference share issue in Genova Property Group AB (SE) — SEK 138 million

      Preference share issue in Genova Property Group AB (SE) — SEK 138 million

      Carnegie acted as advisor and joint bookrunner in the directed preference share issue of 1.2 million preference shares. Genova owns, manages and develops properties with focus on Stockholm and Uppsala. August 2016.

    • Acquisition of Betit Group (MT) by Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (NO) — EUR 54 million

      Acquisition of Betit Group (MT) by Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (NO) — EUR 54 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to GIG in the aquisition of Betit Group. Gaming Innovation Group Inc. is an emerging gambling solutions and interactive entertainment provider. The Group offers cutting-edge cloud based Services and B2B Performance Marketing, and owns B2C gambling operators offering games from the best-of-breed suppliers across the online sports betting and casino industry. August 2016.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Resurs Bank AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Resurs Bank AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Resurs Bank's SEK 400 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. Resurs Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Resurs Holding. August 2016.

    • Divestment of TitanX AB (SE) to Tata AutoComp Ltd (UK) by EQT and Fouriertransform (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of TitanX AB (SE) to Tata AutoComp Ltd (UK) by EQT and Fouriertransform (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to EQT and Fouriertransform in the divestment of TitanX to Tata AutoComp. TitanX is a world leading supplier of powertrain cooling solutions for commercial vehicles. August 2016.

    • Divestment of Studsvik Waste Treatment (SE) to EDF (FR) by Studsvik AB (SE) — SEK 355 million

      Divestment of Studsvik Waste Treatment (SE) to EDF (FR) by Studsvik AB (SE) — SEK 355 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Studsvik in the divestment of Studsvik Waste Treatment. Studsvik Waste Treatment is a world leading provider of low level radioactive waste treatment services to the nuclear industry.July 2016.

    • Acquisition of Mblox Inc. (US) by CLX Communications AB (SE) — USD 117 million
      Acquisition of Mblox Inc. (US) by CLX Communications AB (SE) — USD 117 million

      Acquisition of Mblox Inc. (US) by CLX Communications AB (SE) — USD 117 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to CLX in the acquisition of Mblox. CLX was founded in 2008 with a mission to simplify communications globally. The company has since then developed into a leading provider of cloud-based communication services and solutions to enterprises and mobile operators, with particular strength in the enterprise messaging market.July 2016.

    • Senior secured fixed rate bond issue by DDM Debt AB (SE) — EUR 11 million

      Senior secured fixed rate bond issue by DDM Debt AB (SE) — EUR 11 million

      Carnegie acted as sole advisor and bookrunner in DDM Debt’s EUR 11 million senior secured fixed rate bond issue. DDM Holding AG is a specialist acquirer and manager of distressed asset portfolios in Eastern Europe.July 2016.

    • Cash offer for Exiqon A/S (DK) by QIAGEN N.V. (NL) — DKK 736 million

      Cash offer for Exiqon A/S (DK) by QIAGEN N.V. (NL) — DKK 736 million

      Carnegie acted as exclusive defence adviser to Exiqon A/S and its owners in the public tender offer from QIAGEN N.V. Exiqon is a market leading niche player within RNA analysis. It develops, manufactures and markets reagents and kits to test the actual contents on a molecular level of biological samples. The reagents and kits are used in biological research and development of novel medicines and molecular diagnostic tests. June 2016. 

    • Rights issue in Castellum AB (SE) — SEK 6.3 billion

      Rights issue in Castellum AB (SE) — SEK 6.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner  in the fully underwritten SEK 6.3 billion rights issue in Castellum. Castellum is one of the major listed real estate companies in Sweden.June 2016.

    • Rights issue in CLX Communications AB (SE) — SEK 620 million

      Rights issue in CLX Communications AB (SE) — SEK 620 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead managers in the fully underwritten SEK 620 million rights issue in CLX Communications. CLX was founded in 2008 with a mission to simplify communications globally. The company has since then developed into a leading provider of cloud-based communication services and solutions to enterprises and mobile operators, with particular strength in the enterprise messaging market. June 2016.

    • Divestment of EXHAUSTO (DK) to Aldes Aéraulique (FR) – Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of EXHAUSTO (DK) to Aldes Aéraulique (FR) – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Axcel and VKR Holding in the divestment of EXHAUSTO A/S to Aldes Aéraulique SAS. EXHAUSTO is one of the leading mechanical ventilation system players in the Norwegian and Danish market, and the largest within compact mechanical ventilation systems in Germany. June 2016.

    • Acquisition of Norrporten AB (SE) by Castellum AB (SE) — SEK 26 billion
      Acquisition of Norrporten AB (SE) by Castellum AB (SE) — SEK 26 billion

      Acquisition of Norrporten AB (SE) by Castellum AB (SE) — SEK 26 billion

      Carnegie acted as lead financial adviser to Castellum in the acquisition of Norrporten. Castellum is one of Sweden’s largest real estate companies, listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Stockholm), with a property portfolio in excess of SEK 70 billion post the acquisition.June 2016.

    • Initial public offering of AcadeMedia AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 1.1 billion

      Initial public offering of AcadeMedia AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of AcadeMedia on Nasdaq Stockholm. AcadeMedia is the leading and single largest independent education provider in northern Europe. AcadeMedia has operations throughout the education chain, from preschool, compulsory school and upper secondary school to adult education.June 2016.

    • Initial public offering of TF Bank AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 501 million

      Initial public offering of TF Bank AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 501 million

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of TF Bank on Nasdaq Stockholm. TF Bank conducts banking operations with deposits and lending to retail customers in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Estonia and Latvia.June 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Nordic Waterproofing Holding A/S (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 1.2 billion

      Initial public offering of Nordic Waterproofing Holding A/S (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Nordic Waterproofing on Nasdaq Stockholm. Nordic Waterproofing, in its current form, was established in 2011 by Axcel by means of a merger of the Swedish and Danish waterproofing subsidiaries of Trelleborg AB’s and Lemminkäinen Oy's roof installation businesses.June 2016.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Victoria Park AB (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Victoria Park AB (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Victoria Park AB's SEK 600 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. Victoria Park is a Swedish real estate company with focus on residential housing.June 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Attendo AB (SE) — SEK 1.9 billion

      Placing of shares in Attendo AB (SE) — SEK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 24.5 million shares in Attendo, at a subscription price at SEK 78 per share. Attendo is the leading company within care and healthcare in the Nordics.June 2016.

    • Divestment of Netel Holding AB (SE) to IK Investment Partners (SE) by Axcel Fund IV and Peed Holding AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Netel Holding AB (SE) to IK Investment Partners (SE) by Axcel Fund IV and Peed Holding AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the owners of Netel in the divestment to IK Investment Partners by Axcel Fund IV and Peed Holding. Netel builds and maintains physical infrastructure for both fixed and wireless communications. June 2016.

    • Rights issue in Venue Retail Group (SE) — SEK 132 million

      Rights issue in Venue Retail Group (SE) — SEK 132 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the fully underwritten SEK 132 million rights issue in Venue Retail Group. Venue Retail Group is a leading player in accessories, travel accessories and footwear in the Nordic region, with a network of 137 stores in Sweden and Norway.June 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Axactor (NO) — NOK 375 million

      Directed new share issue in Axactor (NO) — NOK 375 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 220 million new shares shares at a subscription price of NOK 1.70 per share. Axactor is a newly established company within the credit management service industry - with a Nordic base, and with an ambitious Pan-European growth strategy.May 2016.

    • Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Strömma Turism & Sjöfart AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Senior unsecured floating rate bond issue by Strömma Turism & Sjöfart AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in Strömma Turism & Sjöfart AB's SEK 300 million senior unsecured floating rate bond issue. Strömma is a Sweden-based provider of experiences focused on sightseeing tours, entertainment and other activities The proceeds from the bond issue wll be used part finance the acquisition of the Dutch company Canal Bike B.V., a leading provider of sightseeing experiences in Amsterdam.May 2016.

    • Divestment of ICEpower A/S (DK) by Bang Olufsen A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of ICEpower A/S (DK) by Bang Olufsen A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Bang Olufsen in the divestment of 100% of the shares in ICEpower. The divestment is a result of Bang & Olufsen’s strategy to reduce complexity and focus on consumer activities. May 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in DDM Holding AG (CH) — SEK 65 million

      Directed new share issue in DDM Holding AG (CH) — SEK 65 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 2 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 33.50 per share. DDM is a specialist acquirer and manager of distressed asset portfolios in Eastern Europe.May 2016.

    • Acquisition of Vardia Insurance Group ASA's Swedish insurance portfolio (NO) by Gjensidige Forsikring ASA (NO) — SEK 200 million

      Acquisition of Vardia Insurance Group ASA's Swedish insurance portfolio (NO) by Gjensidige Forsikring ASA (NO) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Vardia Insurance Group in connection with Gjensidige Forsikring's aquisition of the Swedish insurance portfolio of Vardia. Vardia is an insurance company focusing on property and casualty insurance for the retail and SME segments. Vardia was founded in Norway in 2009 and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in 2014. May 2016.

    • Senior secured fixed rate bond issue by Kvalitena AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Senior secured fixed rate bond issue by Kvalitena AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner and issuing agent in Kvalitena AB’s SEK 100 million senior secured fixed rate bond issue. Kvalitena is a privately held investment company focused on real estate with substantial holdings in among other the listed property companies D.Carnegie & Co and Stendörren Fastigheter.May 2016.

    • Rights issue in Anoto (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Rights issue in Anoto (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the fully underwritten SEK 160 million rights issue in Anoto. Anoto is a global leader in digital writing solutions, which enables fast and reliable transmission of handwriting into a digital format.May 2016.

    • Placing of shares in Dometic Group AB (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Placing of shares in Dometic Group AB (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 29.6 million shares in Dometic, at a subscription price at SEK 52.50 per share. Dometic is a leading provider of branded solutions for mobile living. The Company manufactures and sells a broad range of products within the areas of Climate, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food & Beverage for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and work boats, and for a variety of other uses.May 2016.

    • Secondary placing of shares in NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 115.5 million

      Secondary placing of shares in NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 115.5 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 42 million shares in NEL on behalf of Øystein Stray Spetalen and affiliated companies, Strata Marine & Offshore and Ferncliff Maris AS. NEL is global a supplier of hydrogen solutions, covering the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to hydrogen refuelling stations for fuel cell electric vehicles.May 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Wilson Therapeutics AB AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 480 million

      Initial public offering of Wilson Therapeutics AB AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 480 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Wilson Therapeutics on Nasdaq Stockholm. Wilson Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company, based in Stockholm, Sweden that develops novel therapies for patients with rare diseases.May 2016.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 339 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 339 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the secondary placing of 9,768,657 shares in Scatec Solar ASA on behalf of Itochu Corporation. Itochu Corporation no longer holds any shares in Scatec Solar.May 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in NEXT Biometrics (NO) — NOK 165 million

      Directed new share issue in NEXT Biometrics (NO) — NOK 165 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 1.24 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 133 per share. NEXT holds a unique and patented technology that enables sales of high quality sensor modules at mass market compatible price levels.May 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Tokmanni Group Oy (FI) on Nasdaq Helsinki – EUR 181 million

      Initial public offering of Tokmanni Group Oy (FI) on Nasdaq Helsinki – EUR 181 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Tokmanni on Nasdaq Helsinki. Tokmanni is the largest general discount retailer in Finland and in the Nordic countries, measured byrevenue.May 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Resurs Holding AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 3.8 billion

      Initial public offering of Resurs Holding AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 3.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Resurs on Nasdaq Stockholm. Resurs is a leader in retail finance in the Nordic region, offering payment solutions, consumer loans and targeted insurance products. April 2016.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Byggmästare Anders J Ahlström Fastighets AB (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Byggmästare Anders J Ahlström Fastighets AB (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole bookrunner in Byggmästare Anders J Ahlström Fastighets SEK 250 million senior secured bond issue. The company is a Swedish socially oriented residential property owner with properties in Botkyrka municipality south of Stockholm. The company is listed on First North Stockholm.April 2016.

    • Divestment of shares in Skandiabanken ASA (NO) by Skandia (SE) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Divestment of shares in Skandiabanken ASA (NO) by Skandia (SE) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in connection with the divestment by Livförsäkringsbolaget Skandia of a 25% stake in Skandiabanken to Altor Fund IV. Skandiabanken, which was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in October 2015, was launched in April 2000 as the first pure digital bank in Norway. April 2016.

    • Restructuring of bond debt issued by Island Offshore Shipholding L.P. (KY) — NOK 700 million

      Restructuring of bond debt issued by Island Offshore Shipholding L.P. (KY) — NOK 700 million

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser to Island Offshore Shipholding in the restructuring of its NOK 700 million senior unsecured bond issue originally due to mature in April 2019. This included an extension of the debt maturity to October 2018 (NOK 470m) and April 2016 (NOK 230m), a reduction of cash interest payable and an easement of financial covenants. Island Offshore is a privately owned company offering a range of complex services to the offshore industry, operating a modern and versatile fleet of 29 vessels. April, 2016

    • Initial public offering of Humana AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 887 million

      Initial public offering of Humana AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 887 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Humana on Nasdaq Stockholm. Humana is a leading Nordic care company with over 14,000 full and part time employees which offers services within individual and family care, personal assistance, elderly care and housing with special service according to LSS.March 2016.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Gränges AB (SE) — SEK 824 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Gränges AB (SE) — SEK 824 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 11.9 million shares in Gränges at a price of SEK 69 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Orkla.March 2016.

    • Initial public offering of LeoVegas AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier – SEK 1 billion

      Initial public offering of LeoVegas AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier – SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of LeoVegas on Nasdaq First North Premier. LeoVegas is a leading mobile gaming company with a vision to create the ultimate gaming experience.March 2016.

    • Initial public offering of GARO AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 336 million

      Initial public offering of GARO AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm – SEK 336 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and bookrunner in the initial public offering of GARO on Nasdaq Stockholm. GARO develops and manufactures innovative turnkey solutions for the electric installation market under its own brand.March 2016.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Marine Harvest (NO) — NOK 4.4 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Marine Harvest (NO) — NOK 4.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the secondary placing of 37.8 million shares in Marine Harvest at a price of NOK 117 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Geveran Trading Co. Ltd. Marine Harvest is the world's leading seafood company and largest producer of farmed salmon. March 2016.

    • Secondary placing of shares Tobii (SE) — SEK 437 million

      Secondary placing of shares Tobii (SE) — SEK 437 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 8.1 million shares in Tobii to a limited number of Swedish and international investors. Tobii is the global leader in eye tracking.February 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Axactor (NO) – NOK 106 million

      Directed new share issue in Axactor (NO) – NOK 106 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue  of 59.6 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 1.78 per share. Axactor is a newly established company within the credit management service industry - with a Nordic base, and with an ambitious Pan-European growth strategy.February 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Catena Media AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 976 million

      Initial public offering of Catena Media AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 976 million

      Carnegie acted as global coordinator and sole bookrunner in the initial public offering of Catena Media on Nasdaq First North Premier. Catena Media is one of the leading players in the business of generating quality leads and high-value traffic to iGaming operators in Europe. February 2016.

    • Initial public offering of Scandinavian Tobacco Group A/S (DK) on Nasdaq OMX Copenhagen — DKK 3.56 billion

      Initial public offering of Scandinavian Tobacco Group A/S (DK) on Nasdaq OMX Copenhagen — DKK 3.56 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Scandinavian Tobacco Group on Nasdaq OMX Copenhagen. Scandinavian Tobacco Group is a world-leading producer of cigars and traditional pipe tobacco. The Group also produces fine-cut tobacco and sells tobacco-related accessories. February 2016.

    • Divestment of BB Electronics (DK) by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of BB Electronics (DK) by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Axcel in the divestment of BB Electronics to an investor group. BB Electronics is one of the leading electronics manufacturing services (EMS) companies in Scandinavia.February 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Agrinos (NO) – NOK 178 million

      Directed new share issue in Agrinos (NO) – NOK 178 million

      Carnegie acted as financial advisor in the directed new share issue towards strategic investor EuroChem and the current largest investors in Agrinos. Agrinos is a global leader in biological crop nutrition products committed to improving the productivity and sustainability of modern agriculture. January 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Recipharm (SE) — SEK 276 million

      Directed new share issue in Recipharm (SE) — SEK 276 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 2.25 million new Class B shares at a price of SEK 122.50 per share. Recipharm provides contract manufacturing and development services for other pharmaceutical companies. Manufacturing primarily involves production of pharmaceuticals in various forms.January 2016.

    • Senior unsecured bond issue by Moberg Pharma (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by Moberg Pharma (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by Moberg Pharma (SE) — SEK 300 million
      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Moberg Pharma SEK 300 million senior unsecured bond issue. Moberg Pharma is a profitable and growing Swedish pharmaceutical company with unique OTC product sales operations in the U.S.January 2016.

    • Acquisition of Cederroth AS (NO) by Weifa ASA (NO) — NOK 115 million

      Acquisition of Cederroth AS (NO) by Weifa ASA (NO) — NOK 115 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Weifa ASA in the acquisition of Cederroth AS, the company that owns the Norwegian category leading intimate care brand Asan and its Swedish counterpart Sana. Weifa is Norway's leading consumer health company. January 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (NO) — NOK 45 million

      Directed new share issue in Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (NO) — NOK 45 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 23 million new shares shares at a subscription price of NOK 1.95 per share. Gaming Innovation Group Inc. is an emerging gambling solutions and interactive entertainment provider.January 2016.

    • Sale of Skånska Byggvaror Group AB (SE) to Byggmax AB (SE) — SEK 847 million

      Sale of Skånska Byggvaror Group AB (SE) to Byggmax AB (SE) — SEK 847 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Polaris Private Equity and the minority shareholders. Skånska Byggvaror is an online based retailer of refined building material. January 2016.

    • Directed new share issue in Weifa ASA (NO) — NOK 118.5 million

      Directed new share issue in Weifa ASA (NO) — NOK 118.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner to Weifa ASA in connection with the acquisition of Cederroth AS, and in the directed new share issue of 118.5 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 1.00 per share. Weifa is Norway's leading consumer health company. December 2015.

    • Directed new share issue in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Directed new share issue in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 10 million Class B shares at a subscription price of SEK 172 per share. Fastighets AB Balder is a Swedish real estate company listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. December 2015.

    • Restructuring of bond debt, partial bond buy-back and equity rights issue — NOK 350 million

      Restructuring of bond debt, partial bond buy-back and equity rights issue — NOK 350 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser and orchestrated a complete restructuring of EMGS’ outstanding NOK 350 million senior unsecured bond. Carnegie was also able to negotiate a reduction in the company’s debt burden by way of a bond buy-back at a substantial discount to par. The bond buy-back was financed by a fully underwritten rights issue, which also considerable increased EMGS liquidity reserves. EMGS acquire and process high-quality marine electromagnetic data and help customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. December 2015.

    • Rights issue in Electromagnetic Geo-Services (NO) — NOK 278 million

      Rights issue in Electromagnetic Geo-Services (NO) — NOK 278 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the fully underwritten NOK 278 million rights issue in EMGS. EMGS acquire and process high-quality marine electromagnetic data and help customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. December 2015.

    • Public bid for Berlin IV A/S (DK) by Immeo Dansk Holding ApS (DK) / Foncière des Régions SA (FR) — Enterprise value DKK 2.6 billion

      Public bid for Berlin IV A/S (DK) by Immeo Dansk Holding ApS (DK) / Foncière des Régions SA (FR) — Enterprise value DKK 2.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Immeo Dansk Holding ApS, an indirect subsidiary of the listed real estate investment company Foncière des Régions SA, on its cash offer to shareholders of Berlin IV A/S. December 2015.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Pihlajalinna (FI) — EUR 26 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Pihlajalinna (FI) — EUR 26 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of 1.5 million shares in Pihlajalinna at a price of EUR 17 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Sentica. Pihlajalinna is one of the leading private social and healthcare services providers in Finland. December 2015.

    • Directed new share issue in Pihlajalinna (FI) — EUR 26 million

      Directed new share issue in Pihlajalinna (FI) — EUR 26 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 1.5 million new shares at a subscription price of EUR 17 per share. Pihlajalinna is one of the leading private social and healthcare services providers in Finland. December 2015.

    • Cash offer for Cybercom Group AB (SE) by Viltor AB (SE) — SEK 541 million

      Cash offer for Cybercom Group AB (SE) by Viltor AB (SE) — SEK 541 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Viltor AB, a company controlled by JCE Group AB and Tequity AB, in the cash offer to shareholders of Cybercom. Cybercom is an innovative IT consulting company with 20 years of experience in IT and communications technology. December 2015.

    • Directed new share issue in NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 111 million

      Directed new share issue in NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 111 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 30 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 3.70 per share. NEL ASA is the first dedicated hydrogen company on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The company is global a supplier of hydrogen solutions, covering the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to hydrogen refuelling stations for fuel cell electric vehicles. December 2015.

    • Acquisition of 12.13% stake in Aurora LPG (NO) by BW LPG Limited (BM)

      Acquisition of 12.13% stake in Aurora LPG (NO) by BW LPG Limited (BM)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW LPG  in the acquisition of 12.13% stake in Aurora LPG. BW LPG is the world's leading and largest very large gas carrier (VLGC) owner and operator based on number of VLGCs and by LPG carrying capacity. December 2015.

    • Tier 2 bond issue by TF Bank (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Tier 2 bond issue by TF Bank (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in TF Bank SEK 100 million Tier 2 bond issue. TF Bank was founded in 1987 and operates within two business segments; Direct Consumer Business offering unsecured personal loans and savings accounts, as well as Sales Finance & E-Commerce offering invoice solutions, installment loans and credit cards. December 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Camurus AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 730 million

      Initial public offering of Camurus AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 730 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Camurus on Nasdaq Stockholm. Camurus is a research and development based pharmaceutical company with a focus on the development and commercialisation of new and innovative pharmaceuticals for serious and chronic conditions, where there are clear medical needs and potential to significantly improve treatment. December 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Attendo AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 4.8 billion

      Initial public offering of Attendo AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 4.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Attendo on Nasdaq Stockholm. Attendo is the leading company within care and healthcare in the Nordics. November 2015.

    • Directed new share issues in Anoto Group AB (SE) — SEK 189 million

      Directed new share issues in Anoto Group AB (SE) — SEK 189 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Anoto in the SEK 189 million directed new share issues. The number of shares issued was 56.5 million and 101.5 million, respectively, and the subscription price was SEK 1.31 and SEK 1.13, respectively. Anoto is a global leader in digital writing solutions, which enables fast and reliable transmission of handwriting into a digital format. November 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Dometic (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 5.4 billion

      Initial public offering of Dometic (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 5.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Dometic on Nasdaq Stockholm. Dometic is a leading provider of branded solutions for mobile living. The Company manufactures and sells a broad range of products within the areas of Climate, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food & Beverage for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and work boats, and for a variety of other uses. November 2015.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Exiqon A/S (DK) — DKK 40 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Exiqon A/S (DK) — DKK 40 million

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser in Exiqon DKK 40 million senior secured bond issue. Exiqon is a market leading niche player within RNA analysis. It develops, manufactures and markets reagents and kits to test the actual contents on a molecular level of biological samples. November 2015.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Tobii (SE) — SEK 623 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Tobii (SE) — SEK 623 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 8.9 million shares in Tobii at a price of SEK 70 per share. The placing was made on behalf of a group of shareholders. Tobii is the global leader in eye tracking. November 2015.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar (NO) — NOK 672 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar (NO) — NOK 672 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 16 million shares in Scatec Solar at a price of NOK 42 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Scatec AS and Itochu Corporation. Scatec Solar is an integrated independent solar power producer, delivering affordable, rapidly deployable and sustainable source of clean energy worldwide. November 2015.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Thule Group AB (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Thule Group AB (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 15 million shares in Thule Group at a price of SEK 105 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Nordic Capital Fund VI and Nordic Capital Fund VII. Thule is a global market leader in a number of product categories such as sport&cargo carriers for the car, camera bags, and multi-functional child carriers. November 2015.

    • Combined new share issue and sale of treasury shares in NRC Group ASA (NO) — NOK 185 million

      Combined new share issue and sale of treasury shares in NRC Group ASA (NO) — NOK 185 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint bookrunner in the placement of 4,375,000 new shares and 250,000 treasury shares. NRC Group is a leading company within the Nordic infrastructure market. The group operates within two business segments, Rail and Geo. November 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Skandiabanken ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 3.9 billion

      Initial public offering of Skandiabanken ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 3.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of Skandiabanken ASA on Oslo Stock Exchange. Skandiabanken was launched in April 2000 as the first pure digital bank in Norway. November 2015.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Inwido (SE) — SEK 498 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Inwido (SE) — SEK 498 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 6 million shares in Inwido at a price of SEK 83 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Ratos. Inwido is Europe’s largest manufacturer of smart and environmentally adapted windows and doors. October 2015.

    • Block trades of shares in Dustin (SE) — SEK 584 million

      Block trades of shares in Dustin (SE) — SEK 584 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in 2 block trades in Dustin Group AB on behalf of Altor Fund II, to Axel Johnson AB and a limited number of institutional investors. The blocks represented 14% of the total shares in Dustin Group AB, following which Altor holds 20%. October 2015.

    • Initial public offering of CLX Communications AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 850 million

      Initial public offering of CLX Communications AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 850 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of CLX Communications on Nasdaq Stockholm. CLX was founded in 2008 with a mission to simplify communications globally. The company has since then developed into a leading provider of cloud-based communication services and solutions to enterprises and mobile operators, with particular strength in the enterprise messaging market. October 2015.

    • NOK 400 million Additional Tier 1 and NOK 500 million Tier 2 issuance by Skandiabanken Norway

      NOK 400 million Additional Tier 1 and NOK 500 million Tier 2 issuance by Skandiabanken Norway

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Skandiabanken Norway's Additional Tier 1 and Tier 2 bond issue. These transactions are part of establishing Skandiabanken Norway as an independent bank regulated by the Norwegian FSA, prior to a planned listing of the bank on the Norwegian Stock Exchange in Q4 2015. September 2015.

    • Acquisition of iGame Holding plc (FI) by Unibet Group plc (SE) — EUR 79 million

      Acquisition of iGame Holding plc (FI) by Unibet Group plc (SE) — EUR 79 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to iGame in connection with the acquisition by Unibet. The iGame Group is an online gambling operator with focus on the Nordic countries and Central Europe, offering online casino, poker and sports betting through seven local brands. September 2015.

    • Secondary placing of shares in XXL ASA (NO) — NOK 1.6 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in XXL ASA (NO) — NOK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 19,465,041 shares in XXL at a price of NOK 83 per share. The placing was made on behalf of EQT. XXL is the fastest growing sports retailer in the Nordic region. September 2015.

    • Divestment of Aditro Public Sweden (SE) to Visma (SE) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Aditro Public Sweden (SE) to Visma (SE) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Aditro Group in the divestment of Aditro Public Sweden to Visma. Aditro Public Sweden is a leading provider of software and services within the HRM and FRM segments, serving county councils and municipalities in Sweden. August 2015.

    • Directed new share issue in NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 67.5 million

      Directed new share issue in NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 67.5 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 30 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 2.25 per share. NEL ASA is the first dedicated hydrogen company on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The company is global a supplier of hydrogen solutions, covering the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to hydrogen refuelling stations for fuel cell electric vehicles. August 2015.

    • Divestment of Baresso Coffee A/S (DK) to JAB Holding — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Baresso Coffee A/S (DK) to JAB Holding — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to the owners of Baresso Coffee in the divestment to JAB Holding. Baresso Coffee delivers high quality handcrafted coffee and is the leading Danish coffee house with 47 shops throughout Denmark. July 2015.

    • Divestment of Growth House Holding A/S (DK) to Orifarm Generics A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Growth House Holding A/S (DK) to Orifarm Generics A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to the owners of Growth House Holding in the divestment to Orifarm Generics. Growth House is a highly successful developer, manufacturer and distributor of specialty and niche generic pharmaceuticals in the Nordic markets. July 2015.

    • Placing of shares in Scandi Standard (SE) — SEK 192 million

      Placing of shares in Scandi Standard (SE) — SEK 192 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 192 million placing of Scandi standard shares, on behalf of CapVest and Lantmännen. Scandi Standard is the largest producer of chicken-based food products in Scandinavia with market leading positions in Sweden and Denmark, and a challenger position in Norway. July 2015.

    • Sale of minority stakes in BZT Fashion (SE) to Sampension and Friheden Invest (DK) — DKK 200 million

      Sale of minority stakes in BZT Fashion (SE) to Sampension and Friheden Invest (DK) — DKK 200 million

      Carnegie advised BZT Fashion and shareholders in the sale of minority stakes in the company to Sampension and Friheden Invest. BZT Fashion is a leading Nordic e-commerce fashion retailer specializing in Nordic brands, consisting of the online multi-brand shop, Boozt.com, and the mono brand business operating online shops for fashion brands. June 2015.

    • Combined Debt/Equity investment from Via Venture Partners and ATP in Neas Energy (DK) — DKK 500 million

      Combined Debt/Equity investment from Via Venture Partners and ATP in Neas Energy (DK) — DKK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Neas Energy in the combined Debt/Equity investment from Via Venture Partners and ATP. Neas Energy is an independent energy asset management company that provides physical and financial optimization of renewable and conventional energy assets operating on energy markets in Europe. June 2015.

    • Spin-off and listing of Vistin Pharma (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 171 million

      Spin-off and listing of Vistin Pharma (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 171 million

      Spin-off and listing of Vistin Pharma (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 171 millionCarnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the spin-off and listing of Vistin Pharma. Vistin Pharma is a leading producer and supplier of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API), used in medications for diabetes and pain relief, and in cough medicine, and a contract manufacturer (CMO) of finished dose tablets. June 2015.

    • Acquisition of H2 Logic A/S (DK) by NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million
      Acquisition of H2 Logic A/S (DK) by NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Acquisition of H2 Logic A/S (DK) by NEL ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to NEL ASA in the acquisition of H2 Logic A/S, including the fully underwritten financing of the transaction consisting of a NOK 69 million directed new share issue and a NOK 30 million subsequent offering. H2 Logic is the world's largest independent manufacturer of hydrogen refuelling stations for fuel-cell electric vehicles. June 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Capio (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.6 billion

      Initial public offering of Capio (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Capio on Nasdaq Stockholm. Capio is a leading, pan-European healthcare provider offering a broad range of high quality medical, surgical and psychiatric healthcare services in four countries through its hospitals, specialist clinics and primary care units. June 2015.

    • Divestment of STC Greenfood (SE) to Fidelio Capital (SE) by STC Interfinans (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of STC Greenfood (SE) to Fidelio Capital (SE) by STC Interfinans (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to STC Interfinans in the divestment of STC Greenfood to Fidelio Capital. Greenfood is a leading independent player in fresh and processed fruit and vegetables in the Nordic region with business in Sweden, Finland, Spain and Denmark. June 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Pandox (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 6.4 billion

      Initial public offering of Pandox (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 6.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Pandox on Nasdaq Stockholm. Pandox is a leading owner of hotel properties in Northern Europe with focus on sizeable hotels in key leisure and corporate destinations. June 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Nobina (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 1.9 billion

      Initial public offering of Nobina (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Nobina on Nasdaq Stockholm. Nobina is the largest, and only pan-Nordic, public bus transport service provider in the Nordic region. June 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Nordax Group (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.8 billion

      Initial public offering of Nordax Group (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of Nordax Group on Nasdaq Stockholm. Nordax Group, is a leading niche bank in the Nordic region providing unsecured consumer loans and deposit accounts to about 95,000 customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Germany. June 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Alimak (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.5 billion

      Initial public offering of Alimak (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Alimak on Nasdaq Stockholm. Alimak is an industry leader in designing, developing, manufacturing, distributing and servicing industrial vertical access solutions predominantly in rack-and-pinion technology. June 2015.

    • Initial public offering of preference shares in Heimstaden — SEK 750 million

      Initial public offering of preference shares in Heimstaden — SEK 750 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser and bookrunner in the initial public offering of preference shares in Heimstaden on Nasdaq First North Premier. Heimstaden’s business idea is to acquire, manage and refine residential properties in central locations in growth regions, primarily in Sweden. June 2015.

    • Divestment of EWOS’ commercial salmon farming assets (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of EWOS’ commercial salmon farming assets (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to EWOS Group in the divestment of its two commercial salmon farming licenses. EWOS Group is one of the world’s largest suppliers of feed and nutrition for farmed fish. May 2015.

    • Divestment of Bang & Olufsen’s Automotive division (DK) to HARMAN (US) - DKK 1.2 billion

      Divestment of Bang & Olufsen’s Automotive division (DK) to HARMAN (US) - DKK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser to Bang & Olufsen in the transfer of its Automotive assets and the establishment of a brand licencing agreement with HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated. May 2015.

    • Placing of shares in Gränges (SE) — SEK 739 million

      Placing of shares in Gränges (SE) — SEK 739 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 739 million placing of Gränges shares, on behalf of Orkla ASA. Gränges is a leading global supplier of rolled products for brazed aluminium heat exchangers. May 2015.

    • Acquisition of Covidence (DK) by Montagu Private Equity (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of Covidence (DK) by Montagu Private Equity (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Montagu Private Equity in the acquisition of Covidence. Covidence is a trusted global specialist electronics manufacturer with a niche focus on miniature covert video surveillance equipment, used by police, intelligence agencies, special forces and other government approved organisations. May 2015.

    • Rights issue in Hansa Medical AB (SE) — SEK 246 million

      Rights issue in Hansa Medical AB (SE) — SEK 246 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the fully guaranteed SEK 246 million rights issue in Hansa Medical. Hansa Medical is a biopharmaceutical company focused on novel immunomodulatory enzymes. April 2015.

    • Placing of shares in Inwido (SE) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Placing of shares in Inwido (SE) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the SEK 1.1 billion placing of Inwido shares, on behalf of Ratos. Inwido is Europe’s largest manufacturer of smart and environmentally adapted windows and doors. The company has operations in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, the UK, Poland, Austria and Ireland, as well as exports to a large number of other countries. April 2015.

    • Management buyout of Soyaconcept (DK) from 3i Group (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Management buyout of Soyaconcept (DK) from 3i Group (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to the Soyaconcept management in the acquisition of a minority stake from 3i Group. Soyaconcept is a fashion design company located in Southern Jutland and sells fashionable, value-priced women’s clothing. April 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Tobii (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 515 million

      Initial public offering of Tobii (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 515 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Tobii on Nasdaq Stockholm. Tobii is the global leader in eye tracking. April 2015.

    • Construction financing to Carlsberg Byen (DK) by PKA (DK) — DKK 2.4 billion

      Construction financing to Carlsberg Byen (DK) by PKA (DK) — DKK 2.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Carlsberg Byen in the process of securing an agreement with PKA concerning construction financing of real estate development projects with a total financing volume of DKK 2.4 billion. April 2015.

    • Merger of Nørresundby Bank (DK) and Nordjyske Bank (DK); and sale of shareholding — DKK 1.1 billion

      Merger of Nørresundby Bank (DK) and Nordjyske Bank (DK); and sale of shareholding — DKK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie advised the main owner (54.9%) of Nørresundby Bank in connection with the merger with Nordjyske Bank; and on the sale of their ownership stake. March 2015.

    • Acquisition of RESMAN (NO) by Nordic Capital Fund VIII (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of RESMAN (NO) by Nordic Capital Fund VIII (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Nordic Capital Fund VIII in connection with the acquisition of RESMAN. RESMAN provides Wireless Reservoir Surveillance to enable customers to understand “what flows where, when, and how much” without the risk and cost associated with well interventions. March 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Evolution Gaming Group AB (publ) (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 1.4 billion

      Initial public offering of Evolution Gaming Group AB (publ) (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Evolution Gaming Group on Nasdaq First North Premier. Evolution Gaming develops, produces, markets and licenses fully integrated B2B live casino solutions to gambling operators. March 2015.

    • Public take-over of Vizrt Ltd through a reverse triangular merger with NOR merger Sub Ltd (an entity controlled by Nordic Capital Fund VIII) — Enterprise value NOK 2.5 billion
      Public take-over of Vizrt Ltd through a reverse triangular merger with NOR merger Sub Ltd (an entity controlled by Nordic Capital Fund VIII) — Enterprise value NOK 2.5 billion

      Public take-over of Vizrt Ltd through a reverse triangular merger with NOR merger Sub Ltd (an entity controlled by Nordic Capital Fund VIII) — Enterprise value NOK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial advisor to Nordic Capital Fund VIII in the public take-over of Vizrt Ltd. through a reverse triangular merger with NOR merger Sub Ltd. Vizrt provides real-time 3D graphics, studio automation, sports analysis and asset management tools for the broadcast industry. March 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Troax Holding AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 813 million

      Initial public offering of Troax Holding AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 813 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Troax on Nasdaq Stockholm. Troax is the leading global supplier of indoor perimeter protection (metal-based mesh panel solutions) for the market segments: Automation & Robotics, Material Handling & Logistics and Property. March 2015.

    • Initial public offering of preference shares in K2A — SEK 175 million

      Initial public offering of preference shares in K2A — SEK 175 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser and sole book-runner in the initial public offering of preference shares in K2A on Nasdaq First North Premier. K2A is a real estate company which owns, develops and manages rental apartments and community service properties. March 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Hoist Finance (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.9 billion

      Initial public offering of Hoist Finance (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Hoist Finance on Nasdaq Stockholm. Hoist Finance is a leading debt restructuring partner to international banks, with debt purchase and debt collection activities in eight countries across Europe and retail deposit operations in Sweden. March 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Nordic Nanovector (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 575 million

      Initial public offering of Nordic Nanovector (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 575 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Nordic Nanovector on Oslo Stock Exchange. The Company aspires to become a leading provider of Antibody-Radionuclide-Conjugate clinical solutions, to address major unmet medical needs and to advance cancer care through its innovative therapy programs and patented technologies. March 2015.

    • Tier 2 bond issue by Nordax Bank (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Tier 2 bond issue by Nordax Bank (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in Nordax Bank SEK 250 million Tier 2 bond issue. Nordax is one of the leading niche banks in the Nordic region providing unsecured consumer loans and deposits to about 100,000 customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Germany. March 2015.

    • Divestment of Huldt & Lillevik (NO) to Visma (SE) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Huldt & Lillevik (NO) to Visma (SE) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Aditro Group in the divestment of Huldt & Lillevik to Visma. Huldt & Lillevik is a leading provider of solutions and services within the payroll and HRM segment to small and medium sized companies in Norway. March 2015.

    • Divestment of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) to Litorina IV (SE) by Axcel Fund III and the management of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) to Litorina IV (SE) by Axcel Fund III and the management of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Axcel Fund III in the divestment of  LGT Logistics to Litorina IV. LGT Logistics is the leading provider of furniture logistics services in Scandinavia, with operations primarily based in Tibro, Bjärnum (both Sweden) and Horsens (Denmark). March 2015.

    • Placing of 21 per cent of the shares in Nordjyske Bank (DK)
      Placing of 21 per cent of the shares in Nordjyske Bank (DK)

      Placing of 21 per cent of the shares in Nordjyske Bank (DK)

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the placing of 21 per cent of the shares in Nordjyske Bank. The placing was made on behalf of Spar Nord Bank. February 2015.

    • Redemption offer in Medivir (SE) — SEK 625 million

      Redemption offer in Medivir (SE) — SEK 625 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Medivir in respect of the redemption programme. Medivir is an emerging and profitable research based pharmaceutical company with an established marketing and sales organisation in the Nordic region with a broad portfolio of prescription pharmaceuticals. February 2015.

    • Directed new share issue in Asetek A/S (DK) — NOK 100 million

      Directed new share issue in Asetek A/S (DK) — NOK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 10 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 10 per share. Asetek is the leading provider of energy-efficient liquid cooling systems for data centers, servers, workstations, gaming and high performance PCs. February 2015.

    • Placing of shares in Hansa Medical AB (SE) — SEK 150 million

      Placing of shares in Hansa Medical AB (SE) — SEK 150 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the SEK 150 million placing of Hansa Medical shares, on behalf of Farstorps Gård AB. Hansa Medical is a biopharmaceutical company focused on novel immunomodulatory enzymes. February 2015.

    • Preference share issue in Sagax (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Preference share issue in Sagax (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed preference share issue of 2.75 million preference shares. Sagax is a real estate company that invests in commercial properties primarily in the warehouse and light industrial segment. February 2015.

    • Block trade of shares in Recipharm (SE) — SEK 425 million

      Block trade of shares in Recipharm (SE) — SEK 425 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the block trade of 2.7 million shares in Recipharm. Recipharm provides contract manufacturing and development services for other pharmaceutical companies. Manufacturing primarily involves production of pharmaceuticals in various forms. February 2015.

    • Block trade of shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 178 million

      Block trade of shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 178 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the block trade of 0.6 million shares in Betsson. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. February 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Dustin Group (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.0 billion

      Initial public offering of Dustin Group (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm — SEK 2.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Dustin Group on Nasdaq Stockholm. Dustin is a leading online based reseller of IT products and services in the Nordic countries. February 2015.

    • Block trade of shares in Matas (DK) — DKK 170 million

      Block trade of shares in Matas (DK) — DKK 170 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the block trade of 1.2 million shares in Matas, the largest health and beauty retailer in Denmark. February 2015.

    • Placing of shares in TeliaSonera AB (SE) — SEK 10.2 billion

      Placing of shares in TeliaSonera AB (SE) — SEK 10.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the placing of 200 million shares at a price of SEK 51.00 per share in TeliaSonera. The placing was made on behalf of Solidium. February 2015.

    • Divestment of LeanNova Group (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) by Fouriertransform AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed
      Divestment of LeanNova Group (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) by Fouriertransform AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of LeanNova Group (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) by Fouriertransform AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Fouriertransform AB, a company owned by the Swedish State, in the divestment of LeanNova Group to ÅF AB. LeanNova is an engineering service company located in Trollhättan, Sweden, created by former engineers from Saab Automobile AB, with a focus on the automotive industry. February 2015.

    • Initial public offering of preference shares in Serendipity Innovations  (SE) — SEK 175 million

      Initial public offering of preference shares in Serendipity Innovations (SE) — SEK 175 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser and sole book-runner in the initial public offering of preference shares in Serendipity Innovations on First North Premier. Serendipity Innovations is a technologies house with specialist competence in innovation processes and niche technical services. February 2015.

    • Divestment of Unisport A/S (DK) to Nordic Capital (SE) / SPORTMASTER (DK) by the owners — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Unisport A/S (DK) to Nordic Capital (SE) / SPORTMASTER (DK) by the owners — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to the owners of Unisport A/S in the divestment to Nordic Capital / SPORTMASTER. Unisport holds a broad lifestyle offering for football enthusiasts, with football apparel, footwear and equipment from all the major brands. January 2015.

    • Divestment of Apotek Hjärtat AB (SE) to ICA Gruppen (SE) by Altor (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 5.7 billion

      Divestment of Apotek Hjärtat AB (SE) to ICA Gruppen (SE) by Altor (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 5.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Altor in the divestment of Apotek Hjärtat to ICA Gruppen. Apotek Hjärtat was established in conjunction with the deregulation of the Swedish pharmacy market in 2009. Apotek Hjärtat is today Sweden’s largest privately-owned pharmacy retail chain.January 2015.

    • Cash offer for DIBS Payment Services AB (SE) by Nets Holding A/S (NO) — SEK 790 million

      Cash offer for DIBS Payment Services AB (SE) by Nets Holding A/S (NO) — SEK 790 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Nets in the cash offer to shareholders of DIBS. DIBS offers Scandinavia's widest range of simple and secure payment solutions on the web.December 2014.

    • Rights issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 176 million

      Rights issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 176 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the rights issue of 9.8 million new shares at a subscription price of SEK 18 per share. Oasmia develops novel formulations of already established cytostatics for both human and veterinary use, which, in comparison to current alternatives, show improved performance, a reduced side-effect profile and an expanded therapeutic area.December 2014.

    • Block purchase of shares in BW LPG (BM) — NOK 118 million

      Block purchase of shares in BW LPG (BM) — NOK 118 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the purchased of 2.4 million shares in BWLPG on behalf of BW Group. BW Group is one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments and is represented on the Board of BW LPG. December 2014.

    • Divestment of Axcess A/S (DK) to Atea (NO)  —  DKK 317 million

      Divestment of Axcess A/S (DK) to Atea (NO) — DKK 317 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Axcess in the divestment to Atea. Axcess is a competence driven system integrator within the business areas of IT networks and network security, datacenter and collaboration and has 190 employees.December 2014.

    • Recommended voluntary cash offer for Hurtigruten ASA (NO) by Silk Bidco AS (NO) — Enterprisevalue NOK 5.5 billion

      Recommended voluntary cash offer for Hurtigruten ASA (NO) by Silk Bidco AS (NO) — Enterprisevalue NOK 5.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Sild Bidco in the recommended voluntary cash offer to acquire all outstanding shares in Hurtigruten. Silk Bidco is a joint venture vehicle indirectly owned by Home Capital AS, Perscopus AS and investment funds managed by TDR Capital. Hurtigruten pursues travel and transport activities in Norway and abroad.December 2014.

    • Initial public offering of RenoNorden (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange  – NOK  963 million

      Initial public offering of RenoNorden (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange – NOK 963 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the initial public offering of RenoNorden on Oslo Stock Exchange. RenoNorden is a leading player in the Nordic region within collection of household waste.December 2014.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Bufab (SE) — SEK 404 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Bufab (SE) — SEK 404 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 7.6 million shares in Bufab. The seller was Nordic Capital.December 2014.

    • Voluntary tender offer for Cermaq ASA (NO) by Mitsubishi Corporation (JPN) — Enterprise value NOK 10.9 billion

      Voluntary tender offer for Cermaq ASA (NO) by Mitsubishi Corporation (JPN) — Enterprise value NOK 10.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries in respect of the voluntary tender offer for Cermaq from Mitsubishi Corporation. Cermaq ASA is a global fish farming company with operations in Chile, Canada and Norway, and produces Atlantic salmon, large Trout and Coho. November 2014. 

    • Initial public offering of Lifco (SE) on NASDAQ Stockholm – SEK 4.2 billion

      Initial public offering of Lifco (SE) on NASDAQ Stockholm – SEK 4.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Lifco on NASDAQ Stockholm. Lifco’s business idea is to acquire and develop market leading, niched companies. The Company aims to secure that the subsidiaries continuously improve earnings and deliver strong cash flows.November 2014.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Recipharm (SE) — SEK 269 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Recipharm (SE) — SEK 269 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 2.3 million shares in Recipharm. The shares were sold by Carnegie on behalf of Pentafar (PT). November 2014

    • Acquisition of CDMO Lusomedicamenta Sociedade Técnica Farmacêutica S.A. (PT) by Recipharm AB (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 1 billion
      Acquisition of CDMO Lusomedicamenta Sociedade Técnica Farmacêutica S.A. (PT) by Recipharm AB (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 1 billion

      Acquisition of CDMO Lusomedicamenta Sociedade Técnica Farmacêutica S.A. (PT) by Recipharm AB (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Recipharm in the acquisition of Lusomedicamenta. Recipharm provides contract manufacturing and development services for other pharmaceutical companies. Lusomedicamenta is primarily a CDMO specialised in the development and manufacture of solid, liquid and semi-solid dose forms as well as sterile ophthalmic products. November 2014.

    • Rights issue in Nickel Mountain Group AB (SE) — NOK 68 million

      Rights issue in Nickel Mountain Group AB (SE) — NOK 68 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in Nickel Mountain Group rights issue of NOK 68 million. Nickel Mountain Group is an exploration and development company whose primary focus is the development of the 99.6% owned Rönnbäcken nickel sulphide project which is in the pre-feasibility stage.November 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Gränges (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm –  SEK 2.2 billion

      Initial public offering of Gränges (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm – SEK 2.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Gränges on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Gränges is a leading global supplier of rolled products for brazed aluminium heat exchangers. Gränges operates in three geographical regions: Europe, Asia and the Americas. The Company develops, produces and markets advanced materials that enhance both the production economy of the customer manufacturing process as well as the performance of the final product, the brazed heat exchanger.October 2014.

    • Acquisition of NEL Hydrogen (NO) by DiaGenic ASA (NO) — NOK 120 million

      Acquisition of NEL Hydrogen (NO) by DiaGenic ASA (NO) — NOK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to DiaGenic in connection with the NEL Hydrogen acquisition. NEL Hydrogen is a global leader in the supply of hydrogen-based electrolyser plants and hydrogen fuelling stations. October 2014.

    • Initial public offering of XXL ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange  – NOK 3 billion

      Initial public offering of XXL ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange – NOK 3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the initial public offering of XXL on Oslo Stock Exchange. XXL is the fastest growing sports retailer in the Nordic region, with a consistent track record of strong store roll-out, revenue, EBITDA and net income growth. XXL operates 39 large unit stores in Norway, Sweden and Finland, as well as an established e-commerce platform in all three countries.October 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 794 million

      Initial public offering of Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 794 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the initial public offering of Scatec Solar ASA on Oslo Stock Exchange. Scatec Solar is an integrated independent solar power producer, aiming to make solar a sustainable and affordable source of energy worldwide. October 2014.

    • Divestment of Ipeer AB (SE) to TeliaSonera (SE) by the founding family (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Ipeer AB (SE) to TeliaSonera (SE) by the founding family (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the founding family  in the divestment of Ipeer. Ipeer is a leading supplier of cloud and hosting services in Sweden. Ipeer has its headquarters in Karlstad, Sweden.October 2014.

    • Acquisition of the offshore wind project Gode Wind 2 from Dong Energy by a consortium of pension funds  — DKK 4.5 billion

      Acquisition of the offshore wind project Gode Wind 2 from Dong Energy by a consortium of pension funds — DKK 4.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to PKA, INdustriens Pension, Lærernes Pension and Lægernes Pensionkasse in the acquisition of a 50% stake in the offshore wind farm project Gode Wind 2 from Dong Energy. The acquisition makes 840,000 pension savers co-owners of the wind farm project, which upon completion is expected to provide CO2-free power equivalent to the annual electricity consumption of more than 260,000 private households.September 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Inwido (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm – SEK 2.6 billion

      Initial public offering of Inwido (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm – SEK 2.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Inwido on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Inwido is Europe’s largest manufacturer of smart and environmentally adapted windows and doors. The company has operations in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, the UK, Poland, Austria and Ireland, as well as exports to a large number of other countries.September 2014.

    • Demerger and listing of new Aker Solutions ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 17.8 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Demerger and listing of new Aker Solutions ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 17.8 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the demerger and listing process of new Aker Solutions ASA  on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The existing Aker Solutions was renamed Akastor ASA, an oil-services investment company created by the separation. September 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Weifa ASA (NO) – NOK 115 million

      Directed new share issue in Weifa ASA (NO) – NOK 115 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 144 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 0.80 per share. Weifa ASA (formerly Aqualis ASA) has, through the recent acquisition of Weifa AS, become Norway's leading fully-integrated pharmaceutical company and a major supplier of active ingredients to the international pharmaceutical industry. September 2014. 

    • Divestment of Nefab AB (SE) to the founding family (SE) by Nordic Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Nefab AB (SE) to the founding family (SE) by Nordic Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Nordic Capital in the divestment of Nefab. Nefab is a leading provider of packaging solutions for the Telecom, Energy, Vehicle, Healthcare equipment and Aerospace industries.September 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Basware (FI) — EUR 43 million

      Directed new share issue in Basware (FI) — EUR 43 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 1.29 million new shares at a subscription price of EUR 33.50 per share. Basware Corporation is the global leader in providing purchase-to-pay and e-invoicing solutions in the world of commerce. September 2014.

    • Rights issue in Weifa ASA (NO) – NOK 700 million

      Rights issue in Weifa ASA (NO) – NOK 700 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the rights issue of approximately 159 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 0.63 per share. The net proceeds shall be used to refinance existing bank loans in Weifa following the acquisition, and for general corporate purposes following Aqualis ASA’s (now Weifa ASA’s) acquisition of Weifa AS. The share issue is fully underwritten by a group of Nordic and international institutional investors and family offices, including the company's largest shareholder Ferncliff and associated companies. September 2014.

    • Rights issue in Venue Retail Group AB (SE) — SEK 50 million

      Rights issue in Venue Retail Group AB (SE) — SEK 50 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in Venue Retail Group rights issue of SEK 50 million. Venue Retail Group is a leading player in accessories, travel accessories and footwear in the Nordic region, with a network of 150 proprietary stores.August 2014.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Diamorph AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Diamorph AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead arranger and book-runner in Diamorph SEK 500 million senior secured bond issue. Diamorph supplies advanced material solutions for especially demanding industrial applications. August 2014.

    • Acquisition of Weifa AS (NO) by Aqualis ASA (NO) — NOK 1.17 billion
      Acquisition of Weifa AS (NO) by Aqualis ASA (NO) — NOK 1.17 billion

      Acquisition of Weifa AS (NO) by Aqualis ASA (NO) — NOK 1.17 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Aqualis ASA in the acquisition of Weifa AS, including the fully underwritten financing of the transaction consisting of a NOK 700 million private placement, a NOK 400 million bond issue and a NOK 100 million rights issue. Weifa is Norway’s leading fully-integrated pharmaceutical company and a major supplier of active ingredients to the international pharmaceutical industry.August 2014.

    • Private placement of shares in Tobii Technology AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Private placement of shares in Tobii Technology AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of 5 million new shares in Tobii. Tobii Technology is the global leader in eye tracking and is pioneering eye tracking in personal computing, has transformed research in many fields and has enabled communication for thousands of people with special needs. August 2014.

    • Private placement of secondary shares in Hoist International AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 65 million

      Private placement of secondary shares in Hoist International AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 65 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the private placement of shares in Hoist Finance. Hoist Finance is a trusted debt restructuring partner to global banks and financial institutions, offering a broad spectrum of advanced solutions for acquisition and management of non-performing consumer loans. The total value of Hoist Finance’s acquired loans is approximately EUR 700 million.July 2014.

    • Acquisition of customer portfolio from FIH Erhvervsbank A/S by Spar Nord Bank A/S — DKK 4 billion

      Acquisition of customer portfolio from FIH Erhvervsbank A/S by Spar Nord Bank A/S — DKK 4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Spar Nord in the acquisition of credit and gurantee facilities from FIH Erhvervsbank. For Spar Nord, the strategic rationale behind the acquisition is to strengthen its position on the market for serving small and medium-sized businesses nationwide and exploit the potential for improved efficiency from serving a larger number of customers on the same production platform.July 2014.

    • Merger between Falck Healthcare (DK), Quick Care (DK) and Previa (SE)  — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger between Falck Healthcare (DK), Quick Care (DK) and Previa (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Falck and TrygghedsGruppen in connection with the merger. The merger creates the largest healthcare service player in Scandinavia, providing a range of healthcare related and rehabilitation services to public and private companies, insurance companies and pension companies. . In addition, TryghedsGruppen becomes the owner of 2.3% of the shares in Falck Holding.July 2014.

    • Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 114 million

      Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 114 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to EAM Solar in the acquisition of a portfolio of solar power plants. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts, with an initial focus on solar power plants in Italy.July 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Cxense A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 43 million

      Initial public offering of Cxense A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 43 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Cxense on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Cxense is a global technology company that sells software which enables online content providers and e-commerce companies to leverage huge amount of data to increase functionality, relevance and overall performance of their internet sites. July 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 50 million

      Directed new share issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 50 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.5 million new shares at a subscription price of SEK 20 per share. Oasmia develops novel formulations of already established cytostatics for both human and veterinary use, which in comparison to current alternatives show improved performance, a reduced side-effect profile and an expanded therapeutic area.July 2014.

    • Divestment of Tikon Oy (FI) to Accountor Group (FI) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Tikon Oy (FI) to Accountor Group (FI) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Aditro Group in the divestment of Tikon to Accountor Group. Tikon is a market leader in financial management software, with a customer base of over 800 account bureaus and over 300 corporate customers.July 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Scandi Standard AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 1.6 billion

      Initial public offering of Scandi Standard AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Scandi Standard on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Scandi Standard is the largest producer of chicken-based food products in Scandinavia with market leading positions in Sweden and Denmark, and a challenger position in Norway. June 2014.

    • Initial public offering of NEXT Biometrics Group ASA (NO) on the Oslo Axess — NOK 233 million

      Initial public offering of NEXT Biometrics Group ASA (NO) on the Oslo Axess — NOK 233 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of NEXT Biometrics Group on the Oslo Axess. NEXT holds a unique and patented technology that enables sales of high quality sensor modules at mass market compatible price levels.  June 2014.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Weifa ASA (formerly Aqualis ASA) (NO) – NOK 400 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Weifa ASA (formerly Aqualis ASA) (NO) – NOK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the NOK 400 million senior secured bond issue. The net proceeds was used to part finance the acquisition of Weifa AS, and Aqualis ASA was later renamed Weifa ASA. The bond issue was fully underwritten by a group of Nordic and international institutional investors and family offices, including the company's largest shareholder Ferncliff and associated companies. June 2014. 

    • Directed new share issue in Weifa ASA (formerly Aqualis ASA) (NO) – NOK 700 million

      Directed new share issue in Weifa ASA (formerly Aqualis ASA) (NO) – NOK 700 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of approximtely 1.1 billion new shares at a subscription price of NOK 0.63 per share. The net proceeds was used to part finance the acquisition of Weifa AS, and Aqualis ASA was later renamed Weifa ASA. The share issue was fully underwritten by a group of Nordic and international institutional investors and family offices, including the company's largest shareholder Ferncliff and associated companies. June 2014. 

    • Directed new share issue in Aqualis ASA (NO) – NOK 65 million

      Directed new share issue in Aqualis ASA (NO) – NOK 65 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 20 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 3.25 per share. The net proceeds will be used to invest in organic and structural growth initiatives within Aqualis ASA's marine and offshore business, which provides marine & engineering consultancy services. The business unit was later spun-off into Aqualis Offshore Holding ASA, and renamed Aqualis ASA. June 2014. 

    • Initial public offering of Com Hem Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 5.7 billion

      Initial public offering of Com Hem Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 5.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Com Hem on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Com Hem is one of Sweden’s leading suppliers of television, high-speed broadband and fixed telephony. June 2014.

    • Acquisition of majority stake in EMS Seven Seas ASA (NO) by Supreme Group BV (NL) — NOK 340 million

      Acquisition of majority stake in EMS Seven Seas ASA (NO) by Supreme Group BV (NL) — NOK 340 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to EMS Seven Seas in connection with Supreme Group’s acquisition of all EMS Seven Seas shares and bonds held by EMS’s five largest shareholders. EMS Seven Seas provides marine and offshore supplies, marine equipment, spare parts and services to ships of every kind and to the offshore industry. June 2014.

    • Listing of G5 Entertainment (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — Amount not applicable

      Listing of G5 Entertainment (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — Amount not applicable

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the listing of G5 Entertainment on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. G5 Entertainment is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, and Nook tablets. June 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Hofseth BioCare ASA (NO) — NOK 90 million

      Directed new share issue in Hofseth BioCare ASA (NO) — NOK 90 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of of 20 million new shares at a subscription price at NOK 4.5 per share. Hofseth BioCare is a Norwegian biomarine company with the key objective to provide high value added biomarine ingredients for human applications. May 2014.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Byggmax (SE) — SEK 638 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Byggmax (SE) — SEK 638 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 12 million shares in Byggmax at a price of SEK 53.50 per share. Byggmax is one of the leading discount providers of basic building materials, such as sawn wood, insulation, tools and paint, to private individuals in Sweden. May 2014.
    • Divestment of Silkeborg Data (DK) to Axcel (DK) by Jyske Bank (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Silkeborg Data (DK) to Axcel (DK) by Jyske Bank (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Jyske Bank in the divestment of Silkeborg Data to Axcel. Silkeborg Data is a leading application service provider of payroll and HR systems to Danish Regions and Municipalities and handles more than 400,000 salary and pension payments to employees in the public sector every month. April 2014.

    • Acquisition of Kjell & Company (SE) by FSN Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of Kjell & Company (SE) by FSN Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to FSN Capital in the acquisition of Kjell & Company from ICA Gruppen and the Dahnelius family. Kjell & Company is a leading retailer of accessories for consumer electronics. The company operates a network of 74 stores and online sales in Sweden and employs about 700 people. April 2014.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 660,000 shares in Betsson at a price of SEK 232 per share. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. April 2014.
    • Directed new share issue in Biotec Pharmacon ASA (NO) — NOK 78 million

      Directed new share issue in Biotec Pharmacon ASA (NO) — NOK 78 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 3.9 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 20 per share. Biotec Pharmacon develops, manufactures and markets immune modulating compounds for the human health sectors and marine enzymes used in molecular biology. April 2014.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Peab (SE) — SEK 186 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Peab (SE) — SEK 186 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 4 million shares in Peab. Peab is one of the leading construction and civil engineering company with 13,000 employees and revenues exceeding 40 billion. April 2014.
    • Initial public offering of Recipharm (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 1.5 billion

      Initial public offering of Recipharm (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Recipharm on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Recipharm provides contract manufacturing and development services for other pharmaceutical companies. Manufacturing primarily involves production of pharmaceuticals in various forms. April 2014.
    • Divestment of Phase One A/S (DK) to Silverfleet Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Phase One A/S (DK) to Silverfleet Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to the owners of Phase One in the divestment of 60% of the company to Silverfleet Capital. Phase One designs and manufactures medium format camera systems for the world's most demanding professional photographers and advanced amateurs, as well as having an industrial division supplying camera systems, predominantly for aerial photography. March 2014.
    • Secondary placing of of treasury shares in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 221 million

      Secondary placing of of treasury shares in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 221 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the Secondary placing of 2.9 million treasury shares. Fastighets AB Balder is a property company that acquires, exploit and manages residential and commercial properties located in places that are growing and developing positively, based on local support. March 2014.
    • Private placement of shares in Glo AB – USD 30 million

      Private placement of shares in Glo AB – USD 30 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Glo AB in the company’s series D financing round towards existing and new investors. Glo AB is a venture-backed company focused on the development and commercialization of advanced LED products using nanotechnology. March 2014
    • Directed new share issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 72 million

      Directed new share issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 72 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 3.8 million new shares at a subscription price at SEK 19 per share. Oasmia develops novel formulations of already established cytostatics for both human and veterinary use, which in comparison to current alternatives show improved performance, a reduced side-effect profile and an expanded therapeutic area. March 2014.
    • Acquisition of Oranje Casino and Kroon Casinos (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 145 million

      Acquisition of Oranje Casino and Kroon Casinos (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 145 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Betsson in the acquisition of Oranje and Kroon Casinos. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. March 2014.
    • Secondary placing of shares in FinnvedenBulten AB (SE) — SEK 314 million

      Secondary placing of shares in FinnvedenBulten AB (SE) — SEK 314 million

      Carnegie acted as joint manager in the secondary placing of Nordic Capital's 4.9 million shares in FinnvedenBulten, representing 23.2% of the company's share capital, to a limited number of institutional investors, including the new main owner Volito. The transaction meant that Nordic Capital sold their final shares in Finnveden Bulten following the previous IPO and selldowns where Carnegie has also been adviser. March 2014.
    • Divestment of DS SM (DK) to Valmont Industries (US) by DS Gruppen (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of DS SM (DK) to Valmont Industries (US) by DS Gruppen (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to DS Gruppen in the divestment of DS SM to Valmont Industries. DS SM is a market leader in Northern Europe for the manufacture of heavy complex steel structures for a diverse range of industries including wind energy, offshore oil and gas, and electricity transmission. March 2014.
    • Divestment of shares in Reef Subsea AS (NO) to funds managed by HitecVision (NO) by GC Rieber Shipping ASA (NO) — NOK 175 million

      Divestment of shares in Reef Subsea AS (NO) to funds managed by HitecVision (NO) by GC Rieber Shipping ASA (NO) — NOK 175 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to GC Rieber Shipping in the divestment of shares in Reef Subsea to funds managed by HitecVision. GC Rieber Shipping business within offshore/shipping includes ownership in specialized vessels, high quality marine ship management, project development and industrial portfolio management within the segments subsea, ice/support and marine seismic. February 2014.

    • Directed issue of preference shares in SAS AB (SE) — SEK 3.5 billion

      Directed issue of preference shares in SAS AB (SE) — SEK 3.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager, book-runner and financial adviser to SAS in the directed issue of 7 million preference shares at a subscription price of SEK 500 per share. The proceeds raised will primarily be used for the continued renewal of the aircraft fleet and to strengthen the company’s financial preparedness. February 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Bufab Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 1.3 billion

      Initial public offering of Bufab Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Bufab on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Bufab is a leading European trading company that delivers components and services to the global manufacturing industry. February 2014.
    • Directed new share issue in North Energy ASA (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Directed new share issue in North Energy ASA (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Carnegie acted as joint-lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 71.3 million new shares. North Energy’s vision is to become a profitable and leading oil and gas company which contributes actively to industrial value creation in northern Norway. February 2014.
    • Initial public offering of ordinary shares in Oscar Properties Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX First North Premier – SEK 330 million

      Initial public offering of ordinary shares in Oscar Properties Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX First North Premier – SEK 330 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in the initial public offering of Oscar Properties on NASDAQ OMX First North Premier, Stockholm. The company buys, develops and sells residential properties in Stockholm with the long-term strategy to be active in both conversions and new construction with the vision to create modern homes so unique that people actively seek those in the selection of new living. February 2014.
    • Directed new share issue in Serendipity Ixora AB (SE) — SEK 60 million

      Directed new share issue in Serendipity Ixora AB (SE) — SEK 60 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue. Serendipity Ixora AB is a holding company that invests in and develops ventures based on leading academic research. The ambition is to develop and grow its holdings into commercially viable, strong and stable companies. February 2014.
    • Divestment of Tandberg Data (NO) to Overland Storage (US) by Cyrus Capital (US) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Tandberg Data (NO) to Overland Storage (US) by Cyrus Capital (US) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Cyrus Capital and Tandberg Data in the divestment of Tandberg Data to NASDAQ listed Overland Storage. Overland Storage is a trusted global provider of unified data management and data protection solutions across the data lifecycle by providing an integrated range of technologies and services for primary, nearline, offline, and archival data storage. January 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 138 million

      Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 138 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.5 million new class B shares. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. January 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in EAM Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 220 million

      Directed new share issue in EAM Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 220 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the contemplated directed new share issue. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts. January 2014.
    • Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 115 million

      Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 115 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to EAM Solar in the acquisition of solar power plants. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts. January 2014.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Matas (DK) — DKK 1.2 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Matas (DK) — DKK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 7.9 million shares in Matas at a price of DKK 150 per share. Matas is the largest health and beauty retailer in Denmark. January 2014.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 612 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 612 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the DKK 612 million secondary offering of shares in Vestas Wind Systems, equal to 1.96% of the company's share capital, representing Schouw & Co’s entire holding. Vestas is the only global energy company dedicated exclusively to wind energy. December 2013.
    • Divestment of DONG Energy’s office in Gentofte (DK) to ATP (DK) — DKK 1.9 billion

      Divestment of DONG Energy’s office in Gentofte (DK) to ATP (DK) — DKK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to DONG Energy in the divestment of DONG Energy’s office in Gentofte to ATP. DONG Energy is one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe, active within procuring, producing, distributing and trading energy and associated products across Northern Europe. December 2013.

    • Cash offer for Alliance Oil Company (SE) by Alford Financial Ltd (BM) — USD 1.2 billion

      Cash offer for Alliance Oil Company (SE) by Alford Financial Ltd (BM) — USD 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the independent board members of Alliance Oil Company in the cash offer by Alford Financial Ltd, a subsidiary of Alliance Oil Company’s main owner. Alliance Oil Company is a leading independent oil and gas company with vertically integrated operations in Russia and Kazakhstan. December 2013.

    • Directed new share issue and secondary placing in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 548 million

      Directed new share issue and secondary placing in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 548 million

      Carnegie acted as manager and book-runner in the issue. Arcam provides a cost-efficient additive manufacturing solution for production of metal components. December 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.5 million new class B shares. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. December 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in P/F Bakkafrost (FO) — NOK 625 million

      Secondary placing of shares in P/F Bakkafrost (FO) — NOK 625 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the placing of 7,269,400 shares in P/F Bakkafrost at a subscription price at NOK 86.00 per share. Bakkafrost is the leading Faroese producer and exporter of salmon products. December 2013.
    • Initial public offering of Sanitec (FI) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 3.7 billion

      Initial public offering of Sanitec (FI) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 3.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Sanitec on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Sanitec is a leading bathroom ceramics specialist, with a strong pan-European portfolio of locally well-established brands. December 2013.
    • Initial public offering of Atlantic Petroleum P/F (FO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange and public offer of shares in Norway, Denmark and the Faroe Islands — NOK 169 million

      Initial public offering of Atlantic Petroleum P/F (FO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange and public offer of shares in Norway, Denmark and the Faroe Islands — NOK 169 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global coordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Atlantic Petroleum on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Atlantic Petroleum is a Faroese based exploration and production (E&P) company focused on North West Europe. December 2013.
    • Senior unsecured bond issue by Hoist Finance (SE) — SEK 750 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by Hoist Finance (SE) — SEK 750 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in Hoist Finance SEK 750 million senior unsecured bond issue. Hoist Finance is a leading Pan-European financial services provider specializing in the purchasing and management of non-performing consumer loans. December 2013.

    • Initial public offering of Napatech A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 160 million

      Initial public offering of Napatech A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Napatech on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Napatech is a leading supplier of the world's most advanced intelligent network analysis adapters and software that enable guaranteed visibility of performance and operation in networks, applications and data services. December 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 901 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 901 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 46.5 million shares in Cloetta at a price of SEK 19.40 per share. Cloetta is a leading confectionary company in the Nordic region, the Netherlands and Italy. In total, Cloetta products are sold in more than 50 markets worldwide. November 2013.
    • Acquisition of Aqualis Offshore by Clavis Pharma (Aqualis ASA) (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Acquisition of Aqualis Offshore by Clavis Pharma (Aqualis ASA) (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Clavis Pharma in the acquisition of Aqualis Offshore. Aqualis ASA (formerly Clavis Pharma) is a Norwegian public company focusing on building a profitable and successful business based on its key competences within the marine and offshore and healthcare sectors. November 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Byggmax (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Byggmax (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 10 million shares in Byggmax at a subscription price at SEK 50 per share. The vendors were Altor and Fredrik Cappelen. Byggmax is one of the leading discount providers of basic building materials, such as sawn wood, insulation, tools and paint, to private individuals in Sweden. November 2013.
    • Rights issue in Aqualis ASA (formerly Clavis Pharma) (NO) — NOK 54 million

      Rights issue in Aqualis ASA (formerly Clavis Pharma) (NO) — NOK 54 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and adviser in the fully underwritten NOK 54 million rights issue to Aqualis ASA in connection with the acquisition of Aqualis Offshore. Aqualis ASA is a Norwegian public company focusing on building a profitable and successful business based on its key competences within the marine and offshore and healthcare sectors. November 2013.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Pandora (DK) — DKK 4.9 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Pandora (DK) — DKK 4.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 20 million shares in Pandora at a subscription price at DKK 245 per share. The sellers were mainly funds managed by private equity firm Axcel and Pewic Holding, as well as company founders. Pandora designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished and modern jewellery made from genuine materials at affordable prices, in more than 70 countries. November 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Oniva Online Group (SE) — SEK 38 million

      Directed new share issue in Oniva Online Group (SE) — SEK 38 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of approximately 1.1 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 35 per share. Online Group is an international supplier of innovative services within online marketing and hosting. October 2013.
    • Acquisition of EWOS (NO) by Bain Capital Europe LLP and Altor Fund III GP Limited from Cermaq ASA (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 6.5 billion

      Acquisition of EWOS (NO) by Bain Capital Europe LLP and Altor Fund III GP Limited from Cermaq ASA (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 6.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Altor and Bain Capital in connection with their offer to acquire EWOS. EWOS is one of the world’s largest suppliers of feed and nutrition for the international aquaculture industry, operating in all four of the world’s major salmon farming regions. October 2013.
    • Secondary placing of 1,540,472 shares in Asetek A/S (DK)  — NOK 57 million

      Secondary placing of 1,540,472 shares in Asetek A/S (DK) — NOK 57 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 1,540,472 million shares in Asetek at a price of NOK 37.00 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Northzone IV K/S. Asetek is the leading provider of energy-efficient liquid cooling systems for data centers, servers, workstations, gaming and high performance PCs. October 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 8,137,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 2.46 per share. Birdstep Technology is a leading provider of Smart Mobile Data and Secure Mobility for operators, enterprises and governmental organisations. October 2013.
    • Bond offering in Albain Bidco Norway AS (NO) — NOK 1.8 billion + EUR 225 million

      Bond offering in Albain Bidco Norway AS (NO) — NOK 1.8 billion + EUR 225 million

      Carnegie acted as co-manager in Albain Bidco Norway AS combined offering of senior secured floating rate bonds and senior secured fixed rate bonds. The transaction is part of Albain Bidco’s financing for the acquisition of EWOS from Cermaq ASA. EWOS is a leading supplier of feed and nutrition for the international aquaculture industry and the world’s largest producer of feed and nutrition for the salmon farming industry. October 2013.

    • Directed issue of preference shares in Ferronordic Machines AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Directed issue of preference shares in Ferronordic Machines AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and adviser in Ferronordic Machines AB SEK 500 million preference shares offering. Ferronordic Machines AB is the exclusive dealer for Volvo Construction Equipment in the Russian Federation. October 2013.

    • Senior unsecured bond issue by PA Resources (SE) — SEK 750 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by PA Resources (SE) — SEK 750 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in PA Resources SEK 750 million senior unsecured bond issue. PA Resources is an international oil and gas group with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. September 2013.

    • Secondary placing of 284 million shares in Nordea Bank AB (SE) — SEK 21.6 billion

      Secondary placing of 284 million shares in Nordea Bank AB (SE) — SEK 21.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 284 million shares in Nordea at a price of SEK 76 per share. The placing, in which the Kingdom of Sweden sold its entire shareholding in Nordea, was the second largest accelerated book-building in the Nordic markets to date. September 2013.
    • Rights issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 891 million

      Rights issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 891 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser and book-runner in PA Resources SEK 891 million fully underwritten rights issue. PA Resources is an international oil and gas group with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. September 2013.
    • Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 221 million

      Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 221 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the NOK 221 million directed share issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. September 2013.
    • Block trade of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 149 million

      Block trade of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 149 million

      Carnegie placed approx. 3 per cent in the block trade of 8 million shares in Cloetta to a few institutional investors. Cloetta is a leading confectionary company in the Nordic region, the Netherlands and Italy. In total, Cloetta products are sold in more than 50 markets worldwide. September 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Precise Biometrics (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Directed new share issue in Precise Biometrics (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 22 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 3.9 per share. Precise Biometrics is a market-leading provider of solutions for fingerprint recognition to prove people's identities. September 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in PKC Group (FI) — EUR 45 million

      Directed new share issue in PKC Group (FI) — EUR 45 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.14 million shares at a subscription price of EUR 21 per share. PKC Group is a global partner, designing, manufacturing and integrating electrical distribution systems, electronics and related architecture components for the commercial vehicle industry and other selected segments. September 2013.
    • Tier II bond issue by Hoist Finance (SE) — SEK 350 million

      Tier II bond issue by Hoist Finance (SE) — SEK 350 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in Hoist Finance SEK 350 million Tier II bond issue. Hoist Finance is a leading Pan-European financial services provider specializing in the purchasing and management of non-performing unsecured consumer receivables with selected investments in non-performing secured and performing loans. September 2013.

    • Voluntary tender offer for Copeinca ASA (NO) by subsidiary to China Fishery Group Ltd. — Enterprise value NOK 5.4 billion

      Voluntary tender offer for Copeinca ASA (NO) by subsidiary to China Fishery Group Ltd. — Enterprise value NOK 5.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Directors of Copeinca in respect of the voluntary offer from Grand Success Investments (Singapore) Private Limited, an indirect subsidiary of China Fishery Group. Copeinca is one of the largest fishmeal and fish oil producers in Peru, controlling approx. 11% of the total Peruvian anchovy quotas. August 2013.
    • Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 201 million

      Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 201 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the NOK 201 million directed share issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. August 2013.
    • Divestment of EG A/S (DK) to Axcel (DK) by Nordic Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of EG A/S (DK) to Axcel (DK) by Nordic Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Nordic Capital in the divestment of EG to Axcel. EG is today amongst Scandinavia's leading IT software and service providers and is positioned for continued growth. August 2013.
    • Divestment of Vectura Consulting AB (SE) to Sweco AB (publ) (SE) by the Kingdom of Sweden — SEK 927 million

      Divestment of Vectura Consulting AB (SE) to Sweco AB (publ) (SE) by the Kingdom of Sweden — SEK 927 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the Kingdom of Sweden in the divestment of Vectura Consulting AB to Sweco AB. Vectura is the leading provider of technical consulting services regarding transportation infrastructure, such as railroads and highways, in Sweden. July 2013.
    • Divestment of Infratek ASA (NO) to Triton (SE) by Hafslund ASA (NO) and Fortum Nordic AB (SE) — NOK 0.9 billion

      Divestment of Infratek ASA (NO) to Triton (SE) by Hafslund ASA (NO) and Fortum Nordic AB (SE) — NOK 0.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Hafslund and Fortum in the divestment of 76.3% of Infratek to Triton. Infratek is one of the leading Nordic players within building, operating and securing of critical infrastructure. July 2013.
    • Initial public offering of Matas (DK) on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen — DKK 2.9 billion

      Initial public offering of Matas (DK) on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen — DKK 2.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Matas on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen. Matas is the largest health and beauty retailer in Denmark. June 2013.
    • Acquisition of 100 per cent of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio (DK) by SE (DK) and PFA Pension (DK) — DKK 760 million
      Acquisition of 100 per cent of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio (DK) by SE (DK) and PFA Pension (DK) — DKK 760 million

      Acquisition of 100 per cent of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio (DK) by SE (DK) and PFA Pension (DK) — DKK 760 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to SE and PFA Pension in the acquisition of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio. SE is the third largest energy company in Denmark, and one of the largest Danish providers of internet access, TV and telecommunication. PFA Pension is the largest commercial pension fund in Denmark with more than 650,000 private customers and more than 10,000 corporate customers. June 2013.

    • Directed issue of preference shares in Alliance Oil (SE) — SEK 638 million

      Directed issue of preference shares in Alliance Oil (SE) — SEK 638 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in Alliance Oil directed issue of 2.28 million preference shares at a subscription price of SEK 280 per share. Alliance Oil Company Ltd is a leading independent oil and gas company with vertically integrated operations in Russia and Kazakhstan. June 2013.

    • Secondary placing of 260 million shares in Nordea Bank AB (SE) — SEK 19.5 billion

      Secondary placing of 260 million shares in Nordea Bank AB (SE) — SEK 19.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as the only co-lead manager in the secondary placing of 260 million shares in Nordea at a price of SEK 75.00 per share. The placing was made on behalf of the government of Sweden. June 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 57 million

      Directed new share issue in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 57 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 175,000 new shares at a subscription price of SEK 325 per share. Arcam provides a cost-efficient additive manufacturing solution for production of metal components. June 2013.
    • Divestment of Investor’s 14 per cent stake in Global Health Partner AB (SE)

      Divestment of Investor’s 14 per cent stake in Global Health Partner AB (SE)

      Carnegie divested 14 per cent in Global Health Partner to one domestic buyer, at a subscription price of SEK 5.35 per share. The placing was executed exclusively by Carnegie on behalf of Investor AB. May 2013.
    • Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Net Entertainment (SE) — SEK 102 million

      Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Net Entertainment (SE) — SEK 102 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1 million shares in online gaming company Net Entertainment at a price of SEK 102 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Per Hamberg. May 2013.
    • Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1 million shares in online gaming company Betsson, at a price of SEK 160 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Per Hamberg. May 2013.
    • Private placement of shares in Magine (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Private placement of shares in Magine (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the private placement of shares in Magine, a cloud based TV operator working with leading national and international broadcasters to provide live, recorded and time shifted television across all Internet connected devices, without the need for boxes, antennas or cables. May 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 60 million

      Directed new share issue in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 60 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 200,000 new shares at a subscription price of SEK 300 per share. Arcam provides a cost-efficient additive manufacturing solution for production of metal components. May 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 792 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 792 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 45 million shares in Cloetta at a subscription price at SEK 17.6 per share. The vendors were Nordic Capital and funds advised by CVC Capital Partners. Cloetta is a leading confectionary company in the Nordic region, the Netherlands and Italy. In total, Cloetta products are sold in more than 50 markets worldwide. May 2013.
    • Placing of shares in P/F Bakkafrost (FO) — NOK 513 million

      Placing of shares in P/F Bakkafrost (FO) — NOK 513 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the placing of 7,325,000 shares in P/F Bakkafrost at a subscription price at NOK 70.00 per share. Bakkafrost is the leading Faroese producer and exporter of salmon products. May 2013.
    • Rights issue in RNB RETAIL AND BRANDS (SE) — SEK 463 million

      Rights issue in RNB RETAIL AND BRANDS (SE) — SEK 463 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in RNB RETAIL AND BRANDS rights issue of SEK 463 million. RNB RETAIL AND BRANDS owns, operates and develops fashion, clothing, accessories, jewelry and cosmetics stores that focus on providing excellent service and a world-class shopping experience. May 2013.
    • Initial public offering of MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 92 million

      Initial public offering of MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 92 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of MultiClient Geophysical on Oslo Axess. MultiClient Geophysical ASA provides multi-client marine seismic surveys to oil and gas companies worldwide from its offices in Norway, Singapore and Houston. May 2013.
    • Divestment of Cimbria (DK) to Silverfleet (UK) by Axcel (DK) — DKK 1.0 billion

      Divestment of Cimbria (DK) to Silverfleet (UK) by Axcel (DK) — DKK 1.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Axcel in the divestment of Cimbria to Silverfleet. Cimbria is a leading global manufacturer of equipment used for either seed processing or post-harvest grain handling. April 2013.
    • Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the NOK 285 million directed share issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. April 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 287 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 287 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 5,221,330 shares in Spectrum at a subscription price at NOK 55 per share. The vendors were Ferncliff DAI 1 AS, Gross Management AS and certain Spectrum ASA employees. Spectrum is an established pure-play Multi-Client services company. April 2013.
    • Senior unsecured bond issue by Alliance Oil Company Ltd. (SE) — USD 500 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by Alliance Oil Company Ltd. (SE) — USD 500 million

      Carnegie acted as co-manager and only Nordic bank in Alliance Oil 's USD 500 million RegS/144A Eurobond offering. Alliance Oil is a leading independent oil company with vertically integrated operations in Russia. April 2013.

    • Divestment of Drexel und Weiss (AT) to Gebr. Gasser Holding (CH) and Management by VKR Holding (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Drexel und Weiss (AT) to Gebr. Gasser Holding (CH) and Management by VKR Holding (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to VKR Holding in the divestment of Drexel und Weiss, an Austrian specialist in low-energy ventilation solutions for passive houses with primary focus on German-speaking markets, to Swiss company Gebrüder Gasser Holding AG and Management. April 2013.
    • Divestment of Exhausto (DK) to Axcel (DK) by VKR Holding (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Exhausto (DK) to Axcel (DK) by VKR Holding (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to VKR Holding in the divestment of Exhausto to Axcel. Exhausto is a leading manufacturer of mechanical comfort ventilation products for schools, offices, commercial and multifamily buildings in Europe. April 2013.
    • Initial public offering of EAM Solar ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 123 million

      Initial public offering of EAM Solar ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 123 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of EAM Solar on Oslo Axess. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts. March 2013.
    • 2nd Lien Callable bond issue by Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — USD 140 million

      2nd Lien Callable bond issue by Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — USD 140 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in Marine Accurate Well's USD 140 million 2nd Lien Callable bond issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. March 2013.

    • Divestment of BTX Group (DK) by EQT (DK) to an affiliate of Sun European Partners (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of BTX Group (DK) by EQT (DK) to an affiliate of Sun European Partners (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to EQT in the divestment of BTX Group to Sun European Partners’ affiliate. BTX Group is a leading supplier of mature womenswear in the Nordic region. March 2013.
    • Initial public offering of Asetek A/S (DK) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 221 million

      Initial public offering of Asetek A/S (DK) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 221 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Asetek A/S on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Asetek is the leading provider of energy-efficient liquid cooling systems for data centers, servers, workstations, gaming and high performance PCs. March 2013.
    • Senior unsecured bond issue by Island Offshore Shipholding L.P. (KY) — NOK 500 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by Island Offshore Shipholding L.P. (KY) — NOK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in Island Offshore Shipholding's first NOK 500 million senior unsecured bond issue. Island Offshore is a privately owned company offering a range of complex services to the offshore industry including Logistics & Supply, Anchor Handling, Light Well Intervention, Engineering & Supporting services and Subsea Installation & Maintenance. March 2013.

    • Directed share issues in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 95 million

      Directed share issues in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 95 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed share issues of 3 million new class B shares, equal to 6.4 per cent of the number of class B shares outstanding in the company before the directed share issues. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. March 2013.
    • Block trade of shares in Swedish Orphan Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 231 million

      Block trade of shares in Swedish Orphan Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 231 million

      Carnegie acted as sole broker in the block trade of slightly more than 6 million shares in Swedish Orphan Biovitrum, a leading European specialty pharmaceutical company. March 2013.
    • Divestment of Mirror Accounting (NO) to DKR Gruppen (NO) by Lindorff (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Mirror Accounting (NO) to DKR Gruppen (NO) by Lindorff (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Lindorff in the sale of its wholly-owned subsidiary Mirror Accounting to DKR Gruppen. Mirror Accounting is a leading provider of outsourcing and advisory services related to Finance & Accounting, application management and process efficiency and effectiveness in the Nordic region. February 2013.
    • Directed issue of preference shares in Oscar Properties (SE) — SEK 125 million

      Directed issue of preference shares in Oscar Properties (SE) — SEK 125 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in the SEK 125 million private placement of 625.000 preference shares. Oscar Properties is a privately held company. The company buys, develops and sells real estate in central Stockholm with the long-term strategy to be active in both conversions and the development of new properties. February 2013.

    • Block trade of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 502 million

      Block trade of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 502 million

      Carnegie placed 12 per cent in the block trade of 34 million shares in Cloetta to a few institutional investors. Cloetta is a leading confectionary company in the Nordic region, the Netherlands and Italy. In total, Cloetta products are sold in more than 50 markets worldwide. February 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Betsson AB (SE) — SEK 229 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Betsson AB (SE) — SEK 229 million

      The sale of Cherry’s shareholding in Betsson, corresponding to 1,068,895 shares, was executed exclusively by Carnegie. The shares represented part of the payment proceeds Cherry received from Betsson in connection with the divestment of the Automaten sites (Sverige-, Norges-, and DanmarksAutomaten). February 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 188 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 188 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 3,965,181 shares in Spectrum at a subscription price at NOK 47.50 per share. The vendor was CGG Vertias. Spectrum is an established pure-play Multi-Client services company. February 2013.
    • Divestment of the Automaten sites to Betsson AB (SE) by Cherry Malta Ltd (MT) — SEK 286 million

      Divestment of the Automaten sites to Betsson AB (SE) by Cherry Malta Ltd (MT) — SEK 286 million

      Carnegie produced a fairness opinion to the Board of Directors in Cherry, in respect of the divestment of the brands and domains relating to SverigeAutomaten, NorgesAutomaten and DanmarksAutomaten. February 2013.
    • Offer to convertible bondholders and a subsequent rights issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Offer to convertible bondholders and a subsequent rights issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to PA Resources in the company’s offer to the convertible bondholders to set off their claims according to the convertible bonds against newly issued shares. The offer to the convertible bondholders was followed by a fully underwritten rights issue. PA Resources is an international oil and gas group which conducts exploration, development and production of oil and gas assets. February 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — USD 250 million

      Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — USD 250 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 208,334,000 new shares at a subscription price of USD 1.20. Archer is a global oilfield service provider specialising in drilling services and well services. February 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 4.7 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 4.7 billion

      Carnegie was the only Nordic bank in the secondary placing of 120 million shares in TDC, at a price of DKK 39.50 per share. The seller was NTC Holding. February 2013.
    • Rights issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 282 million

      Rights issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 282 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in Nordic Mines rights issue of SEK 282 million. Nordic Mines AB is a Nordic mining and exploration company and its main asset is the Laiva mine in northern Finland. February 2013.
    • Divestment of Skamol (DK) to FSN Capital Partners by Polaris Private Equity — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Skamol (DK) to FSN Capital Partners by Polaris Private Equity — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Polaris in the divestment of Skamol to FSN. Skamol was established in 1912, and is today a leading global developer, producer and supplier of energy-saving, high temperature insulation products. January 2013.
    • Placing of shares in G5 Entertainment (SE) — SEK 58 million

      Placing of shares in G5 Entertainment (SE) — SEK 58 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the placing of 1,250,000 shares in G5 Entertainment in an offering that consisted of 800,000 new shares and 450,000 existing shares, at a subscription price at SEK 47.00 per share. G5 Entertainment is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, and Nook tablets. January 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Biotec Pharmacon (NO) — NOK 40 million

      Directed new share issue in Biotec Pharmacon (NO) — NOK 40 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 9.5 million new shares at a price of NOK 4.25 per share. Biotec Pharmacon is a biopharmaceutical company that develops and manufactures new immunomodulatory products and cold adapted marine enzymes. January 2013.
    • Funding for North Sea Rigs (NO) — USD 125 million

      Funding for North Sea Rigs (NO) — USD 125 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to North Sea Rigs in the funding. North Sea Rigs is a start-up drilling contractor specializing in the harsh-environment rig market. January 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Sevan Drilling (NO) — NOK 988 million

      Directed new share issue in Sevan Drilling (NO) — NOK 988 million

      Carnegie acted as co-manager in the directed new share issue of 250 million new shares at a price of NOK 3.95 per share. Sevan Drilling is an international drilling contractor specializing in the ultra deepwater segment. January 2013.
    • Merger between Aker BioMarine ASA (NO) and a subsidiary of Aker ASA (NO) — NOK 1.4 billion

      Merger between Aker BioMarine ASA (NO) and a subsidiary of Aker ASA (NO) — NOK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Directors of Aker BioMarine in the proposed merger between Aker BioMarine and a wholly owned subsidiary of Aker ASA. Aker BioMarine is an integrated biotechnology company , uniquely positioned to create value from krill harvesting and processing. January 2013.
    • Rights issue in KappAhl (SE) — SEK 383 million

      Rights issue in KappAhl (SE) — SEK 383 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to KappAhl in the rights issue of SEK 383 million. KappAhl is a leading Nordic fashion chain with 390 outlets in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Poland and the Czech Republic. The group designs and sells apparel for women, men and children through its own chain of outlets. December 2012.
    • New Junior Credit Facility in Marine Accurate Well (NO) — USD 50 million

      New Junior Credit Facility in Marine Accurate Well (NO) — USD 50 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Marine Accurate Well ASA in securing additional funding through its existing bank syndicate and from a new junior credit facility of USD 50 million provided by Maas Capital. Maracc was established in 2006 to build, own and operate the semi-submersible drilling rig “Island Innovator”. The rig has been constructed according to Norwegian rules and regulations and is a purpose built heavy well intervention and drilling unit targeted for North Sea operations. Maracc has secured a 12 wells firm contract for the rig with Lundin Norway AS. December 2012.
    • Secured bond issue by Svensk FastighetsFinansiering II AB (SE) — SEK 1.25 billion

      Secured bond issue by Svensk FastighetsFinansiering II AB (SE) — SEK 1.25 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser and arranger in Svensk FastighetsFinansiering II's SEK 1.25 billion secured bond issue. The proceeds from the bond issue will be used for on-lending to Visio Exploatering AB (a company owned jointly by Fabege AB and Peab AB), which in turn will use the proceeds to invest in the development of Arenastaden. December 2012.

    • Directed issue of preference shares in Alliance Oil (SE) — SEK 1.35 billion (USD 200 million)

      Directed issue of preference shares in Alliance Oil (SE) — SEK 1.35 billion (USD 200 million)

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in Alliance Oil directed issue of preference share issue. Alliance Oil Company Ltd is a leading independent oil company with vertically integrated operations in Russia. December 2012.

    • Directed issue of preference shares in Sagax (SE) — SEK 376 million

      Directed issue of preference shares in Sagax (SE) — SEK 376 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser and book-runner in the directed issue of preference shares in Sagax. Sagax is a real estate company that invests in commercial properties primarily in the segment of warehouse and light industrial. December 2012.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Volvo (SE) — SEK 13 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Volvo (SE) — SEK 13 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole selling agent in the secondary placing of Renault's entire holding of Volvo Series A shares, at a price of 92.25 SEK per share representing an approximately 4 per cent discount to the closing price on the day. December 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in PKC Group (FI) — EUR 19 million

      Secondary placing of shares in PKC Group (FI) — EUR 19 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.25 million shares in PKC Group. The seller was Plantinum Equity. December 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 36.1 million

      Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 36.1 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 4.2 million new Class B shares at a subscription price at SEK 8.60 per share. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. December 2012.
    • Divestment of shares in Ostnor (SE) by Priveq Investment (SE) — SEK 123 million

      Divestment of shares in Ostnor (SE) by Priveq Investment (SE) — SEK 123 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Priveq Investment in the divestment of its 30 per cent shareholding in Ostnor. FM Mattsson, founded 1865, and Mora Armatur, founded 1927, both located in Mora, Sweden, merged in 2003 to create Ostnor. November 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 3 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 3 billion

      Carnegie acted as selling agent in the secondary placing of 80 million shares in TDC. The seller was NTC Holding. November 2012.
    • Merger between Spar Nord (DK) and Sparbank (DK) — DKK 3.4 billion
      Merger between Spar Nord (DK) and Sparbank (DK) — DKK 3.4 billion

      Merger between Spar Nord (DK) and Sparbank (DK) — DKK 3.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Spar Nord in the merger with Sparbank. The objective of the merger is to create a bank with nation-wide coverage and a strong market position in the North, Central and West Jutland regions as well as in a number of major cities in other parts of Denmark. Following the merger, Spar Nord will be the sixth largest bank in Denmark. November 2012.

    • Block trade of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 278 million

      Block trade of shares in Cloetta (SE) — SEK 278 million

      Carnegie acted as sole broker in the block trade of 21 million shares in Cloetta to four institutional investors, representing 7.3% of all outstanding shares. Cloetta is a leading confectionary company in the Nordic region, the Netherlands and Italy. In total, Cloetta products are sold in more than 50 markets worldwide. November 2012.
    • Rights issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical (SE) — SEK 123 million

      Rights issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical (SE) — SEK 123 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Oasmia in the rights issue of SEK 123 million. Oasmia develops novel formulations of already established cytostatics for both human and veterinary use, which in comparison to current alternatives show improved performance, a reduced side-effect profile and an expanded therapeutic area. The portfolio comprises five product candidates, of which two are in registration phase. November 2012.
    • Divestment of Crem International (SE) to Priveq Investment Fund IV L.P. (SE) and SEB Venture Capital (SE) by Accent Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Crem International (SE) to Priveq Investment Fund IV L.P. (SE) and SEB Venture Capital (SE) by Accent Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Accent Equity in the divestment of Crem International to Priveq Investment Fund and SEB Venture Capital. Crem has since its foundation in 1983 developed into a complete supplier of coffee and espresso machines. November 2012

    • Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 135 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 135 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Spectrum at a subscription price at NOK 30.75 per share. The vendor was CGG Vertias. September 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Carnegie acts as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 20 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 1.00 per share. Birdstep Technology is a leading provider of Smart Mobile Data and Secure Mobility for operators, enterprises and governmental organisations. September 2012.
    • Acquisition of Vialtis SARL (FR) by FDE A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of Vialtis SARL (FR) by FDE A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to FDE A/S in the acquisition of Vialtis SARL. Vialtis SARL provides financial services, particulary for international road haulage customers. The combination of FDE A/S and Vialtis SARL creates a #1 position in VAT refund and other services to European fleet operators. September 2012.
    • Divestment of Actic (SE) to IK Investment Partners (SE) by FSN Capital (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Actic (SE) to IK Investment Partners (SE) by FSN Capital (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to FSN Capital in the divestment of Actic to IK Investment Partners. Founded in Sweden, Actic (formerly Nautilus Gym) is a leading Nordic fitness club chain with 143 clubs and around 200,000 members in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Finland, Iceland and Austria. August, 2012.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Tikkurila Oyj (NO) — EUR 39 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Tikkurila Oyj (NO) — EUR 39 million

      Carnegie acted as sole broker in the secondary placing, when Orkla ASA sold its entire 6.5% stake in Finnish paint firm Tikkurila in a EUR 39 million block trade. Tikkurila offers a broad range of decorative paints for consumers and professionals for surface protection and decoration. August, 2012.
    • Rights issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 236 million

      Rights issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 236 million

      Carnegie acts as sole financial adviser in Nordic Mines rights issue of SEK 236 million. Nordic Mines AB is a Nordic mining and exploration company and its main asset is the Laiva mine in northern Finland. July 2012.
    • Rights issue in FormPipe Software (SE) and acquisition of Traen Holding (DK) – Enterprise value of Traen Holding SEK 300 million.

      Rights issue in FormPipe Software (SE) and acquisition of Traen Holding (DK) – Enterprise value of Traen Holding SEK 300 million.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to FormPipe Software in the acquisition of Traen Holding A/S and as sole lead manager in FormPipe Software´s rights issue of SEK 125 million. FormPipe Software develops and supplies Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software solutions that enable organisations to process, store, archive and supply information in a systemised and controlled manner. July 2012.
    • Mandatory offer for Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) by Geveran Trading Co. Ltd. — Amount not disclosed

      Mandatory offer for Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) by Geveran Trading Co. Ltd. — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in Geveran Trading’s mandatory offer for Aktiv Kapital ASA. July 2012.
    • Acquisition of Nordic Gaming Group (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 85 million (enterprise value)

      Acquisition of Nordic Gaming Group (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 85 million (enterprise value)

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Betsson in the acquisition of Nordic Gaming Group. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. June 2012.
    • Directed issue of preference shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Directed issue of preference shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in the directed issue of preference shares in Eniro. The proceeds will be used to prepay, at a discount, one of the lenders in the company’s credit facility, resulting in, for Eniro, a SEK 150 million capital gain, a reduction in net debt, decrease in financial items and increase in net earnings, cash flows and equity ratio. June 2012.

    • Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 60 million

      Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 60 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 4 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 15.00 per share. Funcom was founded in 1993 and has since then developed and published over 25 game titles across several genres and gaming platforms. June 2012.
    • Public tender offer for Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) by Cobham plc (UK) — DKK 2,621 million

      Public tender offer for Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) by Cobham plc (UK) — DKK 2,621 million

      Carnegie acted as exclusive adviser to Thrane & Thrane in the public tender offer from Cobham. Thrane & Thrane is the world’s leading manufacturer of equipment and systems for global mobile communication based on sophisticated satellite and radio technology. June, 2012.
    • Bond issue by Hemsö Fastighets AB (SE) — SEK 750 million

      Bond issue by Hemsö Fastighets AB (SE) — SEK 750 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in Hemsö’s SEK 750 million bond issue. Hemsö is a real estate company that owns, manages and develops facilities for community service. May, 2012.

    • Acquisition of Armada Seismic (NO) by GC Rieber Shipping (NO) — NOK 1.3 billion

      Acquisition of Armada Seismic (NO) by GC Rieber Shipping (NO) — NOK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to GC Rieber Shipping in the acquisition of Armada Seismic ASA, a vessel owning company owning two seismic vessels on charter to Dolphin Geophysical. GC Rieber Shipping business within offshore/shipping includes ownership in specialized vessels, high quality marine ship management, project development and industrial portfolio management within the segments subsea, ice/support and marine seismic. May 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Frontline 2012 Ltd. (BM) — USD 210 million

      Directed new share issue in Frontline 2012 Ltd. (BM) — USD 210 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 56 million new ordinary shares at a price of USD 3.75 per share. Frontline 2012 Ltd. is a Bermuda based commodity shipping company focusing on tankers, dry bulk and LPG. May, 2012.
    • Equity raising and acquisition finance for RushRail (SE)

      Equity raising and acquisition finance for RushRail (SE)

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to RushRail in a private placement of shares and an acquisition financing for locomotives by way of leasing. RushRail is an independent Swedish rail freight operator, has signed a multi-year contract with Trätåg AB, a logistics company owned by Stora Enso and Korsnäs, to operate a rail freight system of timber and other forest raw materials between a number of timber terminals and pulp and paper mills in central Sweden. May, 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Lindab (SE) — SEK 194 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Lindab (SE) — SEK 194 million

      Carnegie acted as sole broker in the secondary placing of 3.62 million shares in Lindab to a few selected investors. The Sixth AP Fund has now sold all of its shares in Lindab. Lindab AB is a global ventilation and building materials group, with a world-leading position in circular duct systems. May, 2012.
    • Divestment of certain divisions to DK Company A/S (DK) by BTX Group owned by EQT (DK) — DKK 230m

      Divestment of certain divisions to DK Company A/S (DK) by BTX Group owned by EQT (DK) — DKK 230m

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to BTX Group and EQT in the divestment of the BTX Group’s Young and Modern divisions, as well as the Norwegian retail activities to the Danish listed company DK Company. BTX Group is a leading supplier of fashion clothes in the Nordic region. April, 2012.
    • Public offer for Metro International S.A (LU) by Investment AB Kinnevik (SE) — SEK 1.15 billion

      Public offer for Metro International S.A (LU) by Investment AB Kinnevik (SE) — SEK 1.15 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Independent Committee of the Board of Directors of Metro International in the public offer from Kinnevik. Investment AB Kinnevik announced a recommended all cash offer for all outstanding shares of class A and class B, as well as all outstanding warrants and debentures, in Metro International S.A, for a total value of approximately SEK 1.15 billion. April, 2012.
    • Divestment of the Carlsberg site (DK) to Realdania, PFA, Topdanmark and PenSam (DK) by Carlsberg — DKK 2.5 billion

      Divestment of the Carlsberg site (DK) to Realdania, PFA, Topdanmark and PenSam (DK) by Carlsberg — DKK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Carlsberg in the divestment of the Carlsberg site to a group of Danish investors including Realdania, PFA, Topdanmark and PenSam. The Carlsberg site covers a total site area of 250,000 sqm. and is attractively situated on the border of the Copenhagen city centre. April, 2012.
    • Bond issue by Björn Borg AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Bond issue by Björn Borg AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in Björn Borg's SEK 200 million bond issue. Björn Borg AB owns the Björn Borg trademark and its core business is underwear. Björn Borg products are sold in around twenty markets, of which Sweden and the Netherlands are the largest. April, 2012.

    • Acquisition of Skandia AB (SE) by Skandia Liv (SE) from Old Mutual plc (ZA) — SEK 22.5 billion

      Acquisition of Skandia AB (SE) by Skandia Liv (SE) from Old Mutual plc (ZA) — SEK 22.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Skandia Liv in the acquisition of Skandia AB. Skandia Liv will become an independent company owned by a newly established foundation and acquire Skandia AB including Skandia Link, Skandiabanken and Skandia Lifeline from Old Mutual plc. The new group will have leading positions within savings and insurance in the Swedish market with approximately SEK 440 billion of assets under management. March, 2012.

    • Bond issue by Protector Forsikring ASA (NO) — NOK 150 million

      Bond issue by Protector Forsikring ASA (NO) — NOK 150 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in Protector Forsikring’s NOK 150 million Tier 2 bond issue. Protector Forsikring ASA is a Norwegian insurance company authorized to offer general insurance and reinsurance within all classes except credit insurance and guarantee insurance. March, 2012.

    • Rights issue in Spar Nord Bank A/S  (DK) — DKK 913 million

      Rights issue in Spar Nord Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 913 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and book-runner in Spar Nord Bank’s rights issue of DKK 913 million. Spar Nord Bank was established in 1824 as the first financial institution in Jutland . Since 1990 the Bank has been listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. March, 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 410 million

      Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 410 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 21.9 million shares in EMGS at a subscription price at NOK 18.75 per share. The seller was Warburg Pincus. EMGS uses seabed-logging, a patented electromagnetic survey method, to find hydrocarbons in offshore reservoirs. The company was founded in 2002 and is the global market leader within EM. March, 2012.
    • Placing of shares in Spar Nord Bank A/S  (DK) — DKK 235 million

      Placing of shares in Spar Nord Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 235 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the placing of shares in Spar Nord Bank. Spar Nord Bank was established in 1824 as the first financial institution in Jutland. Since 1990 the Bank has been listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. March, 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in William Demant Invest (DK) — DKK 1.3 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in William Demant Invest (DK) — DKK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole broker in the secondary placing of 2.7 million shares in William Demant Holding to a few selected investors. William Demant Holding Group is a leading international health care company within Hearing Devices, Diagnostic Instruments and Personal Communication. March, 2012.
    • Placing of shares in FastPartner (SE) — SEK 125 million

      Placing of shares in FastPartner (SE) — SEK 125 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the placing of 2.3 million treasury shares. FastPartner is a Swedish real estate company that owns, manages and develops its own properties. March, 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 89 million

      Directed new share issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 89 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the directed new share issue of 1.75 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 51.00 per share. Nordic Mines AB is a Nordic mining and exploration company with the aim of becoming one of Europe’s leading gold producers. The Laiva mine in Finland contains some of the largest gold reserves in the Nordic region and the ramp-up of production commenced during the second half of 2011. March, 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Norway Royal Salmon (NO) — NOK 43.5 million

      Directed new share issue in Norway Royal Salmon (NO) — NOK 43.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 3.9 million new shares and 1.4 million existing treasury shares at a subscription price of NOK 8.00 per share. NRS is an attractively positioned fish farming company fully integrated fish farming company. The company is involved in most stages of the fish farming value chain, from smolt production, fish production, harvesting, sales and marketing. February, 2012.
    • Acquisition of German offshore wind farm (DE) from Dong Energy (DK) by KIRKBI and William Demant Invest (DK) — DKK 4.7 billion

      Acquisition of German offshore wind farm (DE) from Dong Energy (DK) by KIRKBI and William Demant Invest (DK) — DKK 4.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to KIRKBI and the Oticon Foundation, via its investment company William Demant Invest, in the acquisition of a German offshore wind farm from DONG Energy. The wind farm will be constructed by DONG Energy. KIRKBI and William Demant Invest will take over a complete offshore wind farm, and the earnings that come with their ownership interest, on 1 October 2015. February, 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 5.6 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 5.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as selling agent in the secondary placing of 128.7 million shares in TDC. The seller was NTC Holding. February, 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (NO) – NOK 65 million

      Directed new share issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (NO) – NOK 65 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 8.1 million new shares in Fairstar Heavy Transport. Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. is a provider of long-distance ocean transportation services for the offshore and onshore energy and construction industries January, 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 163 million

      Directed new share issue in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 163 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.86 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 57.00 per share. Clavis Pharma ASA is a clinical stage oncology discovery and drug development company, with a portfolio of novel anti-cancer drugs in development. January, 2012.

    • Divestment of JKF Industri A/S (DK) to Maj Invest Equity (DK) by EQT — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of JKF Industri A/S (DK) to Maj Invest Equity (DK) by EQT — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to EQT in the divestment of JKF Industri to Maj Invest Equity. JKF Industri A/S is a manufacturer of components for process ventilation and air filtration with a market leading position in Northern Europe. January, 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 284 million

      Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 284 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 20 million shares in EMGS at a subscription price at NOK 14.20 per share. The seller was Warburg Pincus. EMGS uses seabed-logging, a patented electromagnetic survey method, to find hydrocarbons in offshore reservoirs. The company was founded in 2002 and is the global market leader within EM. EM is a complementary tool to traditional seismic data. January, 2012.
    • Financial advisory to Sievi Capital plc (FI) in connection with the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares — EUR 130 million
      Financial advisory to Sievi Capital plc (FI) in connection with the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares — EUR 130 million

      Financial advisory to Sievi Capital plc (FI) in connection with the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares — EUR 130 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Sievi Capital plc in the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares. Following the demerger, Sievi Capital plc is an investment company whose main activity is to make capital investments in industrial companies and Scanfil plc is engaged in contract manufacturing for international telecommunications technology and professional electronics manufacturers. January, 2012.

    • Mandatory offer for Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) by Geveran Trading Co. Ltd. — NOK 1.2 billion

      Mandatory offer for Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) by Geveran Trading Co. Ltd. — NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in Geveran Trading’s mandatory offer for Aktiv Kapital ASA. January, 2012.
    • Divestment of House of Coffee in Denmark and Norway to Sara Lee Corporation and Kaffehuset Friele by ISS (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of House of Coffee in Denmark and Norway to Sara Lee Corporation and Kaffehuset Friele by ISS (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to ISS in the divestment of House of Coffee in Denmark and Norway. House of Coffee is a leading provider of coffee- and other vending machines, water cooling systems, ingredients as well as supporting supplies and services in the Danish and Norwegian markets. December, 2011.
    • Directed new share issue in Frontline 2012 Ltd. (BM) — USD 285 million

      Directed new share issue in Frontline 2012 Ltd. (BM) — USD 285 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 100 million new shares at a price of USD 2.85 per share. Frontline Ltd. is a major, Bermuda based, tanker company. December, 2011.
    • Bond issue in Bactiguard Holding AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Bond issue in Bactiguard Holding AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in Bactiguard Holding AB’s SEK 450 million bond issue. Bactiguard’s product consists of an extremely thin noble metal alloy, with antimicrobial and biocompatible properties, which is a clinically proven solution for preventing hospital and care acquired infections. December, 2011.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Transmode Holding AB (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Transmode Holding AB (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in a placing of 2.5 million shares in Transmode Holding AB, on behalf of Amadeus General Partner Limited, HarbourVest International Private Equity Partners IV – Direct Fund L.P. and EEP Managers Ltd. The sale represented 9 per cent of the company, and was priced at SEK 61 per share. Transmode is a provider of networking solutions which enable fixed line and mobile network operators to cost effectively address the increasing capacity needs created by the rapid growth in video and data traffic. December, 2011.
    • Acquisition of SBS Marine Ltd (UK) by Rederi AB TransAtlantic (SE) from Kistefos AS (NO) — SEK 820 million

      Acquisition of SBS Marine Ltd (UK) by Rederi AB TransAtlantic (SE) from Kistefos AS (NO) — SEK 820 million

      Carnegie was engaged to produce a fairness opinion to the Board of Directors of Rederi AB TransAtlantic, in respect of the acquisition of SBS Marine from Kistefos. Rederi AB TransAtlantic is a leading Swedish shipping company. November, 2011.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Chr. Hansen Holding A/S (DK) — DKK 1.7 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Chr. Hansen Holding A/S (DK) — DKK 1.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the secondary placing of 15 million Chr. Hansen shares at DKK 115 per share. The seller was PAI Partners. Chr. Hansen is a global bioscience company that develops natural ingredient solutions for the food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. November, 2011.
    • Divestment of Qbrick (SE) to TDF Group (FR) by shareholders — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Qbrick (SE) to TDF Group (FR) by shareholders — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the owners in the divestment of Qbrick to TDF Group. Qbrick provides cloud-based video management solutions for multi-screen delivery for broadcasters and corporations in the Nordic countries. October, 2011.
    • Directed new share issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 48 million

      Directed new share issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB (SE) — SEK 48 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 5.2 million new shares at a price of SEK 9.30 per share. Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB develops a new generation of drugs within human and veterinary oncology. October, 2011.
    • Voluntary public offer for Satair A/S (DK) by Airbus SAS (FR) — DKK 2.5 billion

      Voluntary public offer for Satair A/S (DK) by Airbus SAS (FR) — DKK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie has provided a fairness opinion to the Board of Directors of Satair. Satair is among the world leaders in sales and distribution of spares for aircraft maintenance and provides a range of services that reduce costs in the supply chain. September, 2011.
    • Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — NOK 900 million

      Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — NOK 900 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 30 million new shares at a price of NOK 30.00 per share. Archer is a global oilfield service provider specialising in drilling services and well services. September, 2011.
    • Public tender offer for ElektronikGruppen BK AB (SE) by Kamic Electronics (SE)

      Public tender offer for ElektronikGruppen BK AB (SE) by Kamic Electronics (SE)

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Directors of Elektronikgruppen, providing a fairness opinion in respect of the public tender offer from Kamic Electronics. ElektronikGruppen is one of the Nordic region's leading suppliers of high-tech electronic components, systems and production equipment for the electronics industry. August, 2011.
    • Public offer for Mamut ASA (NO) by Visma AS (NO) — NOK 864 million

      Public offer for Mamut ASA (NO) by Visma AS (NO) — NOK 864 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Mamut ASA in the public offer from Visma AS. Mamut is a leading European provider of complete, integrated software solutions and internet services for SMEs. August, 2011.
    • Divestment of Corbel Oy (FI) to Valedo (SE) by Sentica Partners (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Corbel Oy (FI) to Valedo (SE) by Sentica Partners (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Sentica Partners in the divestment of Corbel Oy. Corbel is the national leader in property management services for institutional property and real estate investors. July, 2011.

    • Acquisition of Lindorff Decision and Lindorff Match (NO) by Bisnode (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 242 million

      Acquisition of Lindorff Decision and Lindorff Match (NO) by Bisnode (SE) — Enterprise value SEK 242 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Ratos's subsidiary Bisnode in the acquisition of Lindorff Decision and Lindorff Match. Lindorff Decision supplies credit information and decision-support systems (Credit Solutions) and Lindorff Match provides market information (Marketing Solutions). The companies operate in the Norwegian market and will be integrated with Bisnode's existing operations and databases. July, 2011.
    • Financial advisory to Aker Holding AS (NO) in connection with the demerger of Aker Solutions ASA (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Financial advisory to Aker Holding AS (NO) in connection with the demerger of Aker Solutions ASA (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Aker Holding in the demerger of Aker Solutions. In connection with the demerger, Kværner ASA, a company established for the purposes of the demerger, will be a focused and separately listed upstream oil and gas EPC company, while the future Aker Solutions will be a fully-fledged provider of engineering, technologies, solutions and services for the upstream oil and gas industry. July, 2011.
    • Redemption offer in Bure Equity AB (SE) — SEK 164 million

      Redemption offer in Bure Equity AB (SE) — SEK 164 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in a share redemption in Bure Equity AB. Bure is listed at NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. June, 2011.
    • Divestment of Proxima (SE) to Aleris (SE) by CapMan (FI) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Divestment of Proxima (SE) to Aleris (SE) by CapMan (FI) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to CapMan in the divestment of Proxima to Aleris. Proxima is a private healthcare company including primary care, diagnostics, specialist care, occupational care and rehabilitation. June, 2011.
    • Divestment of CTEK Creator Group (SE) to Altor (SE) by FSN Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of CTEK Creator Group (SE) to Altor (SE) by FSN Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to FSN Capital in the divestment of CTEK Creator Group to Altor. CTEK is the world leading manufacturer of advanced battery chargers and also provides consulting services related to product development and industrial design. June, 2011.
    • Bond issue in Ferronordic Machines AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Bond issue in Ferronordic Machines AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in Ferronordic Machines AB SEK 400 million bond issue. Ferronordic Machines AB is the exclusive dealer for Volvo Construction Equipment in the Russian Federation. June, 2011.

    • Rights issue in Swedish Orphan Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 637 million

      Rights issue in Swedish Orphan Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 637 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the rights issue of SEK 637 million. Swedish Orphan Biovitrum is a leading European specialty pharmaceutical company. June, 2011.
    • Divestment of Emotron (SE) by Polaris Private Equity (DK/SE) to Crompton Greaves Limited (IN) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Emotron (SE) by Polaris Private Equity (DK/SE) to Crompton Greaves Limited (IN) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Polaris Private Equity in the divestment of Emotron to Crompton Greaves Limited. Emotron develops solutions for the control and monitoring of electric motors, offering energy savings, reduced maintenance and improved productivity. June, 2011.
    • Secondary placing of shares in SAAB (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in SAAB (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 11 million SAAB shares at SEK 137 per share. The seller was BAE Systems plc. SAAB serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions from military defence to civil security. June, 2011.
    • Directed issue of preference shares in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Directed issue of preference shares in Fastighets AB Balder (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in the directed issue of preference shares with an annual yield of 8.0 per cent based on issue price of SEK 250.00 per preference share. Fastighets AB Balder is a Swedish real estate company listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. June, 2011.

    • Directed new share issue in BioInvent International (SE) — SEK 136 million

      Directed new share issue in BioInvent International (SE) — SEK 136 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 6.1 million new shares at a price of SEK 22.30 per share. BioInvent International AB, listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, is a research-based pharmaceutical company that focuses on developing antibody drugs. June, 2011.
    • Acquisition of Betsafe (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 60 million

      Acquisition of Betsafe (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 60 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Betsson in the acquisition of Betsafe. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. June, 2011.
    • Divestment of Norsk Kylling (NO) by Cardinal Foods (NO) to Rema Industrier and the Østhus family — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Norsk Kylling (NO) by Cardinal Foods (NO) to Rema Industrier and the Østhus family — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Cardinal Foods in the divestment of Norsk Kylling to Rema Industrier and the Østhus family. CapMan is the main owner of Cardinal Foods with close to 50 per cent ownership. The remaining owners are founders and management / employees in Cardinal Foods. May, 2011.
    • Rights issue in Bavarian Nordic (DK) — DKK 698 million

      Rights issue in Bavarian Nordic (DK) — DKK 698 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator in the rights issue of DKK 698 million. Bavarian Nordic is a leading industrial biotechnology company developing and producing novel vaccines for the treatment and prevention of life-threatening diseases with a large unmet medical need. May, 2011.
    • Initial public offering of Transmode Holding AB (SE) on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange —  SEK 530 million

      Initial public offering of Transmode Holding AB (SE) on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange — SEK 530 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Transmode on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange. Transmode is a provider of networking solutions which enable fixed line and mobile network operators to cost effectively address the increasing capacity needs created by the rapid growth in video and data traffic. May, 2011.
    • Initial public offering of FinnvedenBulten AB (SE) on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange — SEK 640 million

      Initial public offering of FinnvedenBulten AB (SE) on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange — SEK 640 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and joint lead manager in the initial public offering of FinnvedenBulten AB on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange. FinnvedenBulten develops and manufactures components and advanced composite products in close cooperation with international customers, primarily within the automotive industry. May, 2011.
    • Public offer for Tekla Corporation (FI) by Trimble Navigation Limited  (US) — EUR 340 million

      Public offer for Tekla Corporation (FI) by Trimble Navigation Limited (US) — EUR 340 million

      Carnegie was engaged to produce a fairness opinion to the Board of Directors of Tekla Corporation, in respect of the public offer from Trimble Navigation Limited. The Board of Tekla advised shareholders to accept the offer. Tekla Corporation is a Finnish software company offering model-based software products for building and construction, energy distribution and infrastructure management. May, 2011.
    • Convertible bond issue in Bluefish Pharmaceuticals (SE) — SEK 60 million

      Convertible bond issue in Bluefish Pharmaceuticals (SE) — SEK 60 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in Bluefish SEK 60 million convertible bond issue. Bluefish is a fast-growing Nordic generics company with a pan-European focus. May, 2011.

    • Acquisition of Golar LNG Energy Limited (BM) shares by Golar LNG Limited (BM) — USD 398 million

      Acquisition of Golar LNG Energy Limited (BM) shares by Golar LNG Limited (BM) — USD 398 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Golar LNG in the acquisition of Golar LNG Energy shares. Golar LNG is a leading independent owner operator of LNG transportation with over 30 years experience. April, 2011.
    • Rights issue in Alpcot Agro (SE) — SEK 322 million

      Rights issue in Alpcot Agro (SE) — SEK 322 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the rights issue of SEK 322 million. Alpcot Agro is a Swedish limited liability company and was incorporated in 2006. To generate an attractive return on invested capital by optimally utilizing the Company’s agricultural land bank through crop production, dairy farming and other similar operations in Russia and other CIS states. April, 2011.
    • Acquisition of Domsjö Fabriker AB (SE) by Aditya Birla Group (IN) through Thai Rayon Public Company Limited (TH) and Indo Bharat Rayon (ID) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of Domsjö Fabriker AB (SE) by Aditya Birla Group (IN) through Thai Rayon Public Company Limited (TH) and Indo Bharat Rayon (ID) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the sellers in the acquisition of Domsjö Fabriker AB by Aditya Birla Group through Thai Rayon Public Company Limited and Indo Bharat Rayon. Domsjö Fabriker develops, produces and markets dissolving cellulose, lignosulphonate and bioethanol for the global market. April, 2011.
    • Bond issue in CLS Holdings plc (UK) — SEK 300 million

      Bond issue in CLS Holdings plc (UK) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in CLS Holdings SEK 300 million bond issue. CLS Holdings plc is a commercial property investment company with a property portfolio of approximately EUR 900 million of assets in London, France, Germany and Sweden. April, 2011.

    • Divestment of Colibria AS (NO) to Metaswitch Networks (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Colibria AS (NO) to Metaswitch Networks (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Colibria in the divestment to Metaswitch Networks. Colibria is a leading independent provider of enhanced instant messaging, presence and network address book solutions. Metaswitch is a leading provider of the technologies and solutions that are powering the migration of communications networks to open, next-generation architectures. April, 2011.
    • Initial public offering of Norway Royal Salmon (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 104 million

      Initial public offering of Norway Royal Salmon (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 104 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Norway Royal Salmon on the Oslo Stock Exchange. NRS is an attractively positioned fish farming company fully integrated fish farming company. The company is involved in most stages of the fish farming value chain, from smolt production, fish production, harvesting, sales and marketing. March, 2011.
    • Directed new share issue in Norse Energy Crop. (NO) — NOK 168 million

      Directed new share issue in Norse Energy Crop. (NO) — NOK 168 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 210 million new shares set at NOK 0.80 per share. Norse Energy is an on-shore gas exploration and production which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Norse holds certified total contingent resources of ~4 TCF (~713 MMBOE) located in Western and Central New York State. March, 2011.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Alliance Oil (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Alliance Oil (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager and only Nordic bank in the secondary placing of 10 million shares at SEK 116 per share. The seller was Daumier Investments. Alliance Oil Company Ltd is a leading independent oil company with vertically integrated operations in Russia. March, 2011.
    • Secondary placing of 1.45 million shares in Medivir (SE) — SEK 197.2 million

      Secondary placing of 1.45 million shares in Medivir (SE) — SEK 197.2 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.45 million shares in Medivir, at a price of SEK 136 per share. Medivir is an emerging research-based specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development of high-value treatments for infectious diseases. March, 2011.
    • Directed new share issue in Prospector Offshore Drilling (LU) — NOK 365 million

      Directed new share issue in Prospector Offshore Drilling (LU) — NOK 365 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 20.9 million new shares at a price of NOK 17.50 per share. Prospector Offshore Drilling is newly established company focusing on the high-end jack-up drilling market. The company has four F&G JU-2000E rigs, a high-specification, harsh environment jack-up rig, under construction at the Dalian Yard in China. March, 2011.
    • Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 240 million

      Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 240 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 20 million shares in EMGS at a subscription price at NOK 12.00 per share. The seller was Warburg Pincus. EMGS uses seabed-logging, a patented electromagnetic survey method, to find hydrocarbons in offshore reservoirs. The company was founded in 2002 and is the global market leader within EM. EM is a complementary tool to traditional seismic data. February, 2011.
    • Bond issue in Kungsleden (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Bond issue in Kungsleden (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in Kungsleden SEK 600 million bond issue. Kungsleden is a Swedish listed property company with SEK 22 billion in real estate assets and a market cap of app. SEK 8 billion. Kungsleden’s strategy is to create high, sustainable returns from its property holding and a high return on equity. February, 2011.

    • Directed new share issue in DHT Holdings (US) — USD 63 million

      Directed new share issue in DHT Holdings (US) — USD 63 million

      Carnegie acted as Nordic selling agent in the directed new share issue of 13.5 million new shares at a subscription price of USD 4.65 per share. DHT Holdings, Inc. operates 10 double-hull crude oil tankers. February, 2011.
    • Directed new share issue in Panoro Energy (NO) — NOK 550 million

      Directed new share issue in Panoro Energy (NO) — NOK 550 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 70.5 million shares at a price of NOK 7.80 per share. Panoro Energy ASA is an international independent oil and gas company listed in Oslo and has assets in Brazil and West Africa. February, 2011.
    • Directed new share issue in Active Biotech (SE) — SEK 375 million

      Directed new share issue in Active Biotech (SE) — SEK 375 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.5 million shares at a price of SEK 150 per share. Active Biotech is a biotechnology company with focus on autoimmune/inflammatory diseases and cancer. January, 2011.
    • Redemption offer in Investment AB Öresund (SE) — SEK 761 million

      Redemption offer in Investment AB Öresund (SE) — SEK 761 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in a share redemption in Investment AB Öresund. Öresund is listed at NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. January, 2011.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Chr. Hansen Holding (DK) — DKK 3 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Chr. Hansen Holding (DK) — DKK 3 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole co-lead manager in the secondary placing of 25 million shares in Chr. Hansen Holding at a subscription price at DKK 118 per share. Chr. Hansen is a global bioscience company that develops natural ingredient solutions for the food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. All solutions are based on strong research and development competencies and significant technology investments. January, 2011.
    • Divestment of Energo AB (SE) by Bure Equity AB (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Divestment of Energo AB (SE) by Bure Equity AB (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Bure in the divestment of Energo to ÅF. Energo is an independent provider of engineering consultancy services based in Sweden, with its competence and experience focus within Energy & Electric Power. The ÅF Group is a leader in technical consulting, with expertise founded on more than a century of experience. December, 2010.
    • Divestment of Sefina Finance AB (SE) by Preato Oy (FI) to Dollar Financial Corp (US) — USD 133 million

      Divestment of Sefina Finance AB (SE) by Preato Oy (FI) to Dollar Financial Corp (US) — USD 133 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Preato in the divestment of Sefina Finance to Dollar Financial Corp. Sefina Finance is the leading pawnbroker in the Nordic market with presence in Sweden and Finland. The company mainly provides secured pawn loans. Dollar Financial Corp is a leading international diversified financial services company primarily serving unbanked and under-banked consumers. December, 2010.
    • Rights issue in Karo Bio (SE) — SEK 325 million

      Rights issue in Karo Bio (SE) — SEK 325 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the rights issue of SEK 325 million. Karo Bio is a drug discovery and development company specialising in endocrinology and addressing nuclear receptors as target proteins for the development of novel pharmaceuticals. December, 2010.
    • Divestment of Östergrens Elmotor AB (SE) to Allied Motion Technologies Inc. (US) —SEK 55 million

      Divestment of Östergrens Elmotor AB (SE) to Allied Motion Technologies Inc. (US) —SEK 55 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the owner of Östergrens in the sale of shares to Allied Motion Technologies. Östergrens Elmotor offer a wide program of electric motors and drive systems with accessories for OEM’s. Allied Motion Technologies Inc. is a U.S. public company focused exclusively on serving the motion control market. Allied Motion is listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market. December, 2010.
    • Bond issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Bond issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in PA Resources SEK 850 million bond issue. PA Resources is an international oil and gas group with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. December, 2010.

    • Secondary offering of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Secondary offering of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the offering of its majority shareholders to undertake a fully marketed offering of secondary shares to Danish investors and international institutional investors. TDC is listed at NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen and is the leading provider of communications solutions in Denmark with a strong Nordic focus. December, 2010.
    • Directed new share issue in Medivir AB (SE) — SEK 281 million

      Directed new share issue in Medivir AB (SE) — SEK 281 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.25 million new class B shares at a price of SEK 125 per share. Medivir is an emerging research-based specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development of high-value treatments for infectious diseases December, 2010.
    • Directed new share issue in Prospector Offshore Drilling (LU) — USD 70 million

      Directed new share issue in Prospector Offshore Drilling (LU) — USD 70 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 35 million new shares at a price of USD 2.00 per share. Prospector Offshore Drilling has signed turnkey contracts with Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Offshore Co. Ltd. for the construction of two jack-up rigs with delivery in Q4 2012 and Q1 2013. December, 2010.
    • Directed new share issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 92.4 million

      Directed new share issue in Nordic Mines (SE) — SEK 92.4 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the directed new share issue of 2.4 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 38.5 per share. Nordic Mines AB (publ) is a Nordic mining and exploration company with the aim of becoming one of Europe’s leading gold producers. Gold production in Company’s largest gold deposit in Laiva is planned to start in August 2011. November, 2010.
    • Rights issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical (SE) — SEK 239 million

      Rights issue in Oasmia Pharmaceutical (SE) — SEK 239 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Oasmia in the rights issue of SEK 239 million. Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB develops second and third generation cancer drugs based on nanotechnology for human and veterinary use. The broad portfolio is focused on oncology and contains several promising products in clinical and pre-clinical phase. November, 2010.
    • Acquisition of BinSell (SE) by Havator (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of BinSell (SE) by Havator (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Havator in the acquisition of BinSell. Havator is the leading mobile crane service and special transport company in the Nordic region, with annual turnover of EUR 77 million in 2009 and some 450 employees. November, 2010.

    • Senior unsecured bond issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book runner in Fairstar Heavy Transport bond issue. Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. is a provider of long-distance marine heavy transport services for the offshore energy and construction industries. November, 2010.

    • Directed new share issue in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 154 million

      Directed new share issue in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 154 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 4.4 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 35.00 per share. Clavis Pharma ASA is a clinical stage oncology discovery and drug development company, with a portfolio of novel anti-cancer drugs in development. November, 2010.
    • Listing of Etrion Corporation (CA) on NASDAQ OMX — Amount not applicable

      Listing of Etrion Corporation (CA) on NASDAQ OMX — Amount not applicable

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the listing of Etrion Corporation on the NASDAQ OMX. Etrion Corporation is a solar power producer that develops, builds, owns and operates solar power plants in Italy. Etrion is also listed on the Canadian TSX Exchange. November, 2010.
    • Initial public offering of Statoil ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 5.4 billion

      Initial public offering of Statoil ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 5.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Statoil Fuel & Retail ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Statoil Fuel & Retail is a leading Scandinavian road transportation fuel retailer with over 100 years of operations in the region and leading market share positions in both the full-service fuel station segment of the Scandinavian market. October, 2010.
    • Acquisition of 10.6 million shares in Bakkafrost (NO) — NOK 495 million
      Acquisition of 10.6 million shares in Bakkafrost (NO) — NOK 495 million

      Acquisition of 10.6 million shares in Bakkafrost (NO) — NOK 495 million

      Carnegie acted as advisor to SalMar in connection with the acquisition of 10.6 million shares in Bakkafrost. October, 2010.

    • Divestment of Rostiprimpac AB and Rostiprimpac Verpackungen by A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group (DK) to Petainer UK Holdings Limited (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Rostiprimpac AB and Rostiprimpac Verpackungen by A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group (DK) to Petainer UK Holdings Limited (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group in the divestment of Rostiprimpac and Rostiprimpac Verpackungen to Petainer. Rostiprimpac is a leading Nordic and German producer of high quality refillable and one-way PET bottles. Petainer is a leading Nordic and German producer of high quality refillable and one-way PET bottles. November, 2010.
    • Acquisition of ebh finansservice (DK) by Lindorff (NO) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of ebh finansservice (DK) by Lindorff (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of ebh finansservice (DK) by Lindorff (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Lindorff in the acquisition of ebh finansservice a company owned by Finansiel Stabilitet A/S. Lindorff is a leading outsourced recivables management company in Europe. ebh finansservice is the leading Danish provider of outsourced debt collection services. The company is also present in Germany. September, 2010.

    • Bond issue in Kungsleden (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Bond issue in Kungsleden (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book runner in Kungsleden SEK 600 million bond issue. Kungsleden is a Swedish listed property company with SEK 22 billion in real estate assets and a market cap of app. SEK 8 billion. Kungsleden’s strategy is to create high, sustainable returns from its property holding and a high return on equity. October, 2010.

    • Public offer for Prosafe Production Public Limited (NO) by BW Offshore (NO) — NOK 10 billion
      Public offer for Prosafe Production Public Limited (NO) by BW Offshore (NO) — NOK 10 billion

      Public offer for Prosafe Production Public Limited (NO) by BW Offshore (NO) — NOK 10 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Offshore in the public offer for Prosafe Production. BW Offshore is one of the world’s leading FPSO contractors and a market leader within advanced offshore loading and production systems to the oil and gas industry. October, 2010.

    • Initial public offering of Pandora (DK) on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen — DKK 11.36 billion

      Initial public offering of Pandora (DK) on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen — DKK 11.36 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Pandora on the NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen. Pandora is a designer, manufacturer, marketer and distributor of hand finished and modern jewellery. October, 2010.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Volvo (SE) — SEK 28 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Volvo (SE) — SEK 28 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole co-lead manager in the secondary placing of Renaults entire holding of Volvo Series B shares, representing 14.9 per cent of the share capital and 3.8 per cent of the voting rights, at a price of 93 SEK per share. October, 2010.
    • Senior unsecured bond 2010/2015 in Seadrill Limited (NO) — USD 350 million

      Senior unsecured bond 2010/2015 in Seadrill Limited (NO) — USD 350 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint bookrunner in the issuance of a USD 350 million bond in the international market. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. September, 2010.

    • Acquisition of Broadcast Service Danmark, Fordelingsnet & Danish broadcast stations (DK) by Teracom AB (SE) — DKK 1.3 billion

      Acquisition of Broadcast Service Danmark, Fordelingsnet & Danish broadcast stations (DK) by Teracom AB (SE) — DKK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Teracom AB in the acquisition of Broadcast Service Danmark, Fordelingsnet & Danish broadcast stations. Teracom distributes TV to households in Sweden and Denmark through the subsidiary Boxer. Other services include various technical infrastructure and network solutions for the distribution of media and communication between people and companies. September, 2010.
    • Divestment of Advanced Production & Loading (NO) by BW Offshore Limited (NO) to National Oilwell Varco Norway (NO) — USD 500 million

      Divestment of Advanced Production & Loading (NO) by BW Offshore Limited (NO) to National Oilwell Varco Norway (NO) — USD 500 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to BW Offshore in the divestment of APL to National Oilwell Varco Norway. BW Offshore is one of the world’s leading FPSO contractors and a market leader within advanced offshore loading and production systems to the oil and gas industry. September, 2010.
    • Secondary placing of 11 million shares in Grieg Seafood (NO) — NOK 181.5 million

      Secondary placing of 11 million shares in Grieg Seafood (NO) — NOK 181.5 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book runner in the secondary placing of 11 million shares in Greig Seafood, at a price of NOK 16.50 per share. The seller was Halde Invest AS. Grieg Seafood ASA is one of the world’s leading fish farming companies, specializing on salmon and trout. September, 2010.
    • Secondary placing of 7.3 million shares in Marine Farms (NO) — NOK 133 million

      Secondary placing of 7.3 million shares in Marine Farms (NO) — NOK 133 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the secondary placing of 7.3 million shares in Marine Farms, at a price of NOK 18.25 per share by North Asset Management LLP. North Asset Management is an independent, United Kingdom-based investment management firm, authorised and regulated by the UK’s Financial Services Authority September, 2010.
    • Prosperity Quest II —  USD 100 million fund raising

      Prosperity Quest II — USD 100 million fund raising

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and sole book runner in the fund raising for Prosperity Quest II. Prosperity Quest II is a closed-ended investment company managed by Prosperity Capital Management. Prosperity Capital Management is one of the largest managers investing in Russia and the CIS region with USD 4 billion under management. July, 2010.
    • Public offer for Tricorona AB (SE) by Barclays (UK) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Public offer for Tricorona AB (SE) by Barclays (UK) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Tricorona AB in the public offer from Barclays. The Board of Tricorona has recommended unanimously that Tricorona's shareholders accept the offer. Tricoronas business is focused on environmentally related market instruments, mainly through investments in, and the trading of project-linked instruments. July, 2010.
    • Public offer for Scorpion Offshore (NO) by SeaDrill (NO) — NOK 7.9 billion
      Public offer for Scorpion Offshore (NO) by SeaDrill (NO) — NOK 7.9 billion

      Public offer for Scorpion Offshore (NO) by SeaDrill (NO) — NOK 7.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the public offer for Scorpion Offshore by SeaDrill. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. July, 2010.

    • Directed new share issue in Norse Energy Crop. (NO) — NOK 110 million

      Directed new share issue in Norse Energy Crop. (NO) — NOK 110 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 65 million new shares directed towards Norwegian and international institutional investors. Norse Energy Corp. ASA is listed on Oslo børs and is engaged in oil and gas exploration and production with operations in the US and Brazil. July, 2010.
    • Rights issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 1.8 billion

      Rights issue in PA Resources (SE) — SEK 1.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to PA Resources, and underwriter, in the rights issue of SEK 1.8 billion. PA Resources is an international oil and gas group with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. June, 2010.
    • Directed new share issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (NO) – NOK 213 million

      Directed new share issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (NO) – NOK 213 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 25 million new shares in Fairstar Heavy Transport. Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. is a provider of long-distance ocean transportation services for the offshore and onshore energy and construction industries June, 2010.
    • Initial public offering of MQ Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 620 million

      Initial public offering of MQ Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 620 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of MQ Holding on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The offering comprised a total of approximately 19.5 million shares. MQ is one of Sweden’s leading brand chains. With a mix of own and external brands, MQ offers men’s and women’s clothing with a high fashion content in attractive stores. June, 2010.
    • New share issue in Armada Seismic (GC Rieber Shipping) (NO) — NOK 450 million

      New share issue in Armada Seismic (GC Rieber Shipping) (NO) — NOK 450 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and sole book runner in the private placement of NOK 450 million. GC Rieber Shipping has, through a newly established entity Armada Seismic ASA, entered into an agreement to acquire two high capacity seismic vessels. GC Rieber Shipping is an industrial player in offshore subsea, ice research and support, as well as marine seismic June, 2010.
    • Directed new share issue in Shelton Petroleum AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Directed new share issue in Shelton Petroleum AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the directed new share issue. Shelton Petroleum is a company focused on exploring and developing concessions in the Volga-Urals area in Russia and the resource-rich basins of Ukraine. June, 2010.
    • Acquisition and equity investment in Havator Group by CapMan – Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition and equity investment in Havator Group by CapMan – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Havator in the equity investment by CapMan Buyout IX Fund. Havator is the leading mobile crane service and special transport company in the Nordic region, with annual turnover of EUR 77 million in 2009 and some 450 employees. June, 2010.
    • Divestment of Eitzen Bulk Shipping A/S (DK) by Camillo Eitzen (NO) — USD 93 million.

      Divestment of Eitzen Bulk Shipping A/S (DK) by Camillo Eitzen (NO) — USD 93 million.

      Carnegie acted as Joint Lead financial adviser to Camillo Eitzen & Co ASA in the divestment of Eitzen Bulk Shipping A/S. Camillo Eitzen & Co ASA was the majority owner (74.33%) of Eitzen Bulk Shipping A/S. Camillo Eitzen & Co ASA is a holding company of a wide range of shipping activities world-wide including; chemicals shipping through Eitzen Chemical ASA, shipping of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Petrochemical gases through Eitzen Gas A/S, and shipping related services through Eitzen Maritime Services ASA. June, 2010.
    • Initial public offering of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA (NO) — USD 228 million

      Initial public offering of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA (NO) — USD 228 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and book-runner in the initial public offering of Wilh. Wilhelmsen on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Wilh. Wilhelmsen is a leading global maritime industry group, offering shipping of cars, high and heavy trucks, and non-containerised cargo and related logistics services through its subsidiaries and JV partners. June, 2010.
    • Restructuring of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA and contemplated spin-off and IPO of shipping and logistics business — USD 228 million.

      Restructuring of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA and contemplated spin-off and IPO of shipping and logistics business — USD 228 million.

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and book-runner in the restructuring of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA and joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the contemplated spin-off and IPO of the shipping and logistics business. Wilh. Wilhelmsen is a leading global maritime industry group. June, 2010.
    • Divestment of XXL Sport & Villmark (NO) to EQT V (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of XXL Sport & Villmark (NO) to EQT V (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the owners of XXL Sport & Villmark in the acquisition by EQT V. XXL was founded in 2001 and today owns and operates 14 sporting goods mega-stores located in the largest cities in Norway. June, 2010.
    • Mandatory offer for Rörvik Timber (SE) by Meerwind (SE) — SEK 425 million
      Mandatory offer for Rörvik Timber (SE) by Meerwind (SE) — SEK 425 million

      Mandatory offer for Rörvik Timber (SE) by Meerwind (SE) — SEK 425 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the mandatory offer for Rörvik Timber by Meerwind. Meerwind is a wholly owned subsidiary of Clearwater Advisors Corp, the holding company of the Gunvor Group, one of the world's major independent energy trading companies. Rörvik Timber is engaged in the processing of wood at nine production units in southern Sweden. June, 2010.

    • Initial public offering of Chr. Hansen (DK) on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen — DKK 5.5 billion

      Initial public offering of Chr. Hansen (DK) on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen — DKK 5.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Chr. Hansen on the NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen. Chr. Hansen is a global bioscience company that develops natural ingredient solutions for the food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. All solutions are based on strong research and development competencies and significant technology investments. June, 2010.
    • Private placement of shares in Ferronordic Machnines (SE) — EUR 37.3 million

      Private placement of shares in Ferronordic Machnines (SE) — EUR 37.3 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the private placement of shares in Ferronordic Machines AB. Ferronordic Machines AB announced the establishment of Ferronordic Machines Russia and its acquisition of the sales and distribution operations of Volvo Construction Equipment in Russia. May, 2010.
    • Initial public offering of Byggmax (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 2.8 billion

      Initial public offering of Byggmax (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 2.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser and joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Byggmax on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Byggmax is one of the leading discount providers of basic building materials, such as sawn wood, insulation, tools and paint, to private individuals in Sweden. June, 2010.
    • Rights offering in Medivir (SE) — SEK 325 million

      Rights offering in Medivir (SE) — SEK 325 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Medivir, and underwriter, in the company's SEK 325 million rights offering. Medivir develops pharmaceuticals against major, widespread diseases, focusing on pharmaceuticals against infectious diseases caused by viruses. June, 2010
    • Divestment of Premier Technical Plastics (US) by A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group (DK) to McCalmont Industries (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Premier Technical Plastics (US) by A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group (DK) to McCalmont Industries (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group in the divestment of Premier Technical Plastics to McCalmont Industries. Premier Technical Plastics Inc. produces injection-moulded plastic products for a number of industries from three plants in the US. McCalmont Industries, LLC. is a holding company controlled by the current CEO of Premier Technical Plastics May, 2010.
    • Rights issue in Micronic Mydata AB (SE) — SEK 245 million

      Rights issue in Micronic Mydata AB (SE) — SEK 245 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Micronic in the rights issue of SEK 245 million. Micronic is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks and advanced surface mounting technology equipment for flexible production of electronics. May, 2010.
    • Disposal of access in Havator platform business to Ramirent – Amount not applicable

      Disposal of access in Havator platform business to Ramirent – Amount not applicable

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Havator in disposal of access platform business to Ramirent. Havator is the leading mobile crane service and special transport company in the Nordic region, with annual turnover of EUR 77 million in 2009 and some 450 employees. Ramirent is the leading company in the Nordic countries, and in Central and Eastern Europe in machinery and equipment rentals for construction and industry. May, 2010.
    • Divestment of Ambea (SE) by 3i (UK) and other owners to Triton (SE) — EUR 850 million

      Divestment of Ambea (SE) by 3i (UK) and other owners to Triton (SE) — EUR 850 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the owners in the divestment of Ambea to Triton. Ambea is the leading provider of healthcare and care services in the Nordic region and one of the largest European healthcare service providers. March, 2010.
    • Acquisition of Tandberg ASA (NO) by Cisco Systems Inc. (US) — NOK 19 billion
      Acquisition of Tandberg ASA (NO) by Cisco Systems Inc. (US) — NOK 19 billion

      Acquisition of Tandberg ASA (NO) by Cisco Systems Inc. (US) — NOK 19 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Cisco Systems in the acquisition of Tandberg ASA. Tandberg is the leading provider of telepresence, high-definition videoconferencing and mobile video products and services. Cisco is the worldwide leader in networking, transforming how people connect, communicate and collaborate. April, 2010.

    • Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of 12.5 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 151.50 per share. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. Seadrill is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. April, 2010.
    • Divestment of Rosti Technical Plastics Holding (DK) by A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Rosti Technical Plastics Holding (DK) by A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group in the divestment of Rosti Technical Plastics Holding to Stella Plastic AB, a company fully owned by Nordstjernan AB. Rosti produces injection-moulded plastic products for a number of industries. Nordstjernan is a family-controlled investment group. March, 2010.
    • Initial public offering of P/F Bakkafrost (FO) — NOK 716 million

      Initial public offering of P/F Bakkafrost (FO) — NOK 716 million

      Carnegie acted as book-running joint lead manager in the initial public offering of P/F Bakkafrost on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Bakkafrost is the leading Faroese producer and exporter of salmon products. March, 2010.
    • Directed new share issue in Norse Energy Corp. ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Directed new share issue in Norse Energy Corp. ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 71 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 4.25 per share. Norse Energy Corp. ASA is listed on Oslo børs and is engaged in oil and gas exploration and production with operations in the US and Brazil. February, 2010.
    • Directed new share issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. (NL) — NOK 54 million

      Directed new share issue in Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. (NL) — NOK 54 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 4.3 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 12.50 per share. Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. is a provider of long-distance ocean transportation services for the offshore and onshore energy and construction industries. February, 2010.
    • Secondary placing of 10.85 million shares in NCC (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Secondary placing of 10.85 million shares in NCC (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of 10.85 million shares in NCC, at a price of SEK 113 per share. The seller was L E Lundbergföretagen. NCC is one of the leading construction and property development companies in the Nordic region. February, 2010.
    • GC Rieber Shipping (NO) and HitecVision (NO) Joint Venture investment in Bluestone Offshore (SG) and Technocean (NO) — NOK 195 million
      GC Rieber Shipping (NO) and HitecVision (NO) Joint Venture investment in Bluestone Offshore (SG) and Technocean (NO) — NOK 195 million

      GC Rieber Shipping (NO) and HitecVision (NO) Joint Venture investment in Bluestone Offshore (SG) and Technocean (NO) — NOK 195 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bluestone and Technocean in a fundraising from a Joint Venture company established by GC Rieber Shipping and HitecVision for the purpose of co-owning and investing in Bluestone and Technocean. GC Rieber Shipping will contribute its shareholding in Bluestone and Technocean to the Joint Venture, as well as a direct investment of NOK 35 million. HitecVision will initially contribute capital of NOK 160 million to the Joint Venture. Bluestone is a deepwater offshore geotechnical survey services company. Technocean provides subsea inspection, maintenance and repair, survey and light construction support services. January, 2010.

    • Rights issue in Alpcot Agro (SE) — SEK 235 million

      Rights issue in Alpcot Agro (SE) — SEK 235 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Alpcot Agro in the rights issue of SEK 235 million. Alpcot Agro is a Swedish limited liability company and was incorporated in 2006. The company's objective is to generate an attractive total return on invested capital by acquiring and farming agricultural land in Russia and other CIS states. January, 2010.
    • Secondary placing of 1.7 million shares in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 84 million

      Secondary placing of 1.7 million shares in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 84 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 1.7 million shares in Clavis Pharma ASA, at a price of NOK 50.50 per share. The seller was MVM Life Science Partners LLP. Clavis Pharma ASA is an oncology focused pharmaceutical company. January, 2010.
    • Rights issue in Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Rights issue in Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and underwriter to Biovitrum in a SEK 1.5 billion rights issue, to finance the consideration paid to the shareholders in Swedish Orphan in connection with the combination of Biovitrum and Swedish Orphan. The combination will result in a the creation of a new niche specialty pharmaceutical company focused on rare diseases with pro forma revenues 2009 of approximately SEK 2 billion and an EBITDA margin of 15 percent. January, 2010.
    • New issue of convertible bonds in Petrosibir (SE) — SEK 30 million

      New issue of convertible bonds in Petrosibir (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the convertible bond offering in Petrosibir. Petrosibir is a Swedish company focused on oil and gas exploration. The company holds three licenses in the Russian republic of Bashkiria, located southwest of the Ural Mountains. December, 2009.

    • Merger of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) and Det norske oljeselskap ASA (NO) — NOK 3.7 billion combined market cap
      Merger of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) and Det norske oljeselskap ASA (NO) — NOK 3.7 billion combined market cap

      Merger of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) and Det norske oljeselskap ASA (NO) — NOK 3.7 billion combined market cap

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Aker Exploration ASA in the merger with Det norske oljeselskap ASA. Aker Exploration and Det norske Oljeselskapt will together be the second-largest operating company on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, with 32 operatorships, 70 exploration licenses, 7 discoveries, and 4 producing fields. December, 2009.

    • Divestment of Envirotainer AB (SE) by Stiftelsen Industrifonden, Lyftet Holding BV and other shareholders to AAC Capital Partners (NL) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Envirotainer AB (SE) by Stiftelsen Industrifonden, Lyftet Holding BV and other shareholders to AAC Capital Partners (NL) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Envirotainer Holding in the divestment of Envirotainer AB to the Northern European buyout firm AAC Capital Partners. Envirotainer develops, manufactures and rents out air cargo containers with active temperature control through a global network of stations, all located at major airports, where containers can be picked up and returned. December, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 24.7 million shares in Storebrand (NO) — NOK 963 million

      Secondary placing of 24.7 million shares in Storebrand (NO) — NOK 963 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the secondary placing of 24.7 million shares in Storebrand. The seller was Kaupthing Bank Hf. December, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 18 million shares in Renewable Energy Corporation (NO) — NOK 635 million

      Secondary placing of 18 million shares in Renewable Energy Corporation (NO) — NOK 635 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book runner in the secondary placing of 18 million shares in Renewable Energy Corporation, at a price of NOK 35.30 per share. The seller was Hafslund Venture AS. November, 2009.
    • Placing of shares in Solar (DK) – DKK 359 million

      Placing of shares in Solar (DK) – DKK 359 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and bookrunner in the placing of 1.138.200 shares in Solar. The placing, which comprised primary and treasury shares, was done as an accelerated bookbuilding process. The Solar Group is a wholesaler of electrical, ventilation and HWS (heating, water and sanitary) products in Northern Europe. November, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 10.3 million shares in BE Group (SE) — SEK 422 million

      Secondary placing of 10.3 million shares in BE Group (SE) — SEK 422 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the secondary placing of 10.3 million shares in BE Group, at a price of SEK 41 per share. The seller was Nordic Capital. November, 2009.

    • Negotiation of Simtronics ASA convertible loan — NOK 71.5 million

      Negotiation of Simtronics ASA convertible loan — NOK 71.5 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Simtronics in the negotiation of a convertible loan. Simtronics has agreed to a term sheet for a loan agreement with the company's largest shareholder, New York Stock Exchange-listed United Technologies Corporation. Simtronics is a world class provider of advanced gas and fire detectors for industrial use November, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 6 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 510 million

      Secondary placing of 6 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 510 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 6 million shares in Intrum Justitia. The seller was Icelandic Horn Fjárfestingarfélag ehf. November, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in Eitzen Chemical ASA (NO) — USD 115 million

      Directed new share issue in Eitzen Chemical ASA (NO) — USD 115 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 515.2 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 1.25 per share. Eitzen Chemical is primarily a ship owning company, but also controls a number of vessels on charter and in management. The company has grown substantially in the past few years, and is now the third largest chemical transportation company in the world based on the number of vessels. November, 2009.
    • Acquisition of Multi Phase Meters AS (NO) by FMC Technologies Inc. (US) — USD 30 million plus a significant earn-out

      Acquisition of Multi Phase Meters AS (NO) by FMC Technologies Inc. (US) — USD 30 million plus a significant earn-out

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Multi Phase Meters AS related to the sale of MPM to FMC Technologies. Multi Phase Meters is an independent oil service company focusing on manufacturing and delivery of multiphase and wetgas meters both subsea and topside. FMC Technologies is a leading global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry and other industrial markets. October, 2009.
    • Listing of Alpcot Agro AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX First North — Amount not applicable

      Listing of Alpcot Agro AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX First North — Amount not applicable

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the listing of Alpcot Agro AB on the NASDAQ OMX First North. Alpcot Agro is a Swedish limited liability company and was incorporated in 2006. The company's objective is to generate an attractive total return on invested capital by acquiring and farming agricultural land in Russia and other CIS states. October, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 5 million shares in Global Health Partner AB (SE) — SEK 53 million

      Secondary placing of 5 million shares in Global Health Partner AB (SE) — SEK 53 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 5 million shares in Global Health Partner, at a price of SEK 10.50 per share. The seller was Hosar International. October, 2009
    • Directed new share issue in Noreco (NO) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Directed new share issue in Noreco (NO) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the directed new share issue of 80 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 15.00 per share. Noreco is a fast growing Norwegian, independent oil and gas company. The company’s focus is to explore, develop and produce oil and gas in the North Sea. September, 2009.
    • Acquisition of Sea4's subsidiaries Sea4 I Shipping Ltd. and Sea 4 II Shipping Ltd. (CY) by GC Rieber Shipping (NO) — NOK 800 million
      Acquisition of Sea4's subsidiaries Sea4 I Shipping Ltd. and Sea 4 II Shipping Ltd. (CY) by GC Rieber Shipping (NO) — NOK 800 million

      Acquisition of Sea4's subsidiaries Sea4 I Shipping Ltd. and Sea 4 II Shipping Ltd. (CY) by GC Rieber Shipping (NO) — NOK 800 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to GC Rieber Shipping in the acquisition of Sea4's subsidiaries Sea4 I Shipping Ltd. and Sea 4 II Shipping Ltd. GC Rieber Shipping is an industrial player in offshore subsea, ice research and support, as well as marine seismic. Sea4 was established in July 2007 with the business idea to acquire and operate new and modern offshore construction support vessels in the high end range of the market. September, 2009.

    • Company split in Rem Offshore (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Company split in Rem Offshore (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Rem Offshore in a split of the company. Certain assets and liabilities will be transferred to a newly incorporated company. With certain exceptions, REM shareholders will then be offered the opportunity to maintain their shareholding in REM or receive shares in the newly incorporated company. September, 2009.
    • Private placement of shares in IPC International (DK) — DDK 84 million

      Private placement of shares in IPC International (DK) — DDK 84 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the private placement of 184,005 shares at a subscription price of DKK 456.51 per share. IPC International A/S is a specialty pharma company primarily operating within oncology, women’s health and pain/drug abuse. The company currently markets nine specialty pharma products in the Nordic region and in the UK.  August, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 700,000 shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Secondary placing of 700,000 shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 700.000 shares in Unibet, at a price of SEK 181 per share. The primary seller was Zimbrine Holding. August, 2009
    • Directed new share issue in Golar LNG Energy Limited (BM) — USD 120 million

      Directed new share issue in Golar LNG Energy Limited (BM) — USD 120 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 60 million shares, at a price of USD 2.00 per share. Golar LNG Energy Limited represents a spin-off from the Oslo Stock Exchange listed company Golar LNG Limited. August, 2009.
    • Acquisition of MYDATA (SE) by Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 313 million

      Acquisition of MYDATA (SE) by Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 313 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Micronic Laser Systems in the acquisition of MYDATA from Skanditek Industriförvaltning. Micronic Laser Systems is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks. July, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in Siem Offshore Inc. (KY) — NOK 900 million

      Directed new share issue in Siem Offshore Inc. (KY) — NOK 900 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 105.9 million shares at a price of NOK 8.50 per share. Siem Offshore Inc. is an owner and operator of modern support vessels for the global oil and gas service industry. July, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 129 million

      Directed new share issue in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 129 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 10.8 million shares, at a price of NOK 12.00 per share. Clavis Pharma ASA is an oncology focused pharmaceutical company. June, 2009.
    • Rights issue in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2.5 billion

      Rights issue in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and underwriter to Eniro in the rights issue of SEK 2.5 billion. Eniro is the leading directory and search company in the Nordic media market. Eniro's search database connects sellers to buyers and makes it easy to find people using Online, Offline Media and Voice channels. June, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in Grieg Seafood (NO) — NOK 139 million

      Directed new share issue in Grieg Seafood (NO) — NOK 139 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of 10,1 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 13.70 per share. Grieg Seafood ASA is one of the world’s leading fish farming companies, specializing in salmon and trout.. June, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in PA Resources AB (SE) — SEK 291 million

      Directed new share issue in PA Resources AB (SE) — SEK 291 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 11 million new shares in PA Resources AB. PA Resources AB is an international oil and gas group with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. June, 2009.
    • New issue of 10,000,000 SDR in Alliance Oil Ltd. (SE) — USD 140 million

      New issue of 10,000,000 SDR in Alliance Oil Ltd. (SE) — USD 140 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the equity offering in Alliance Oil. Alliance Oil Company Ltd. is a leading independent oil company with vertically integrated operations in Russia and Kazakhstan. June, 2009.
    • New issue of convertible bond in Alliance Oil Ltd. (SE) — USD 300 million

      New issue of convertible bond in Alliance Oil Ltd. (SE) — USD 300 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the convertible bond offering in Alliance Oil. Alliance Oil Company Ltd. is a leading independent oil company with vertically integrated operations in Russia and Kazakhstan. June, 2009.

    • Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore SE (CY) — NOK 496 million

      Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore SE (CY) — NOK 496 million

      Carnegie acted as joint manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 18.1 million shares in Songa Offshore SE. Songa Offshore SE is a Oslo Stock Exchange listed company engaged in the business of owning and operating offshore drilling rigs and other vessels to be used in the exploration, production and transportation of crude oil. June, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in Marine Harvest AB (NO) — NOK 302.4 million

      Directed new share issue in Marine Harvest AB (NO) — NOK 302.4 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of total 96 million shares at a price of NOK 3,15 per share. Marine Harvest is the world's leading seafood company and largest producer of farmed salmon. May, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 25.3 million shares in Pronova BioPharma ASA (NO) — NOK 467 million

      Secondary placing of 25.3 million shares in Pronova BioPharma ASA (NO) — NOK 467 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book runner in the secondary placing of Pronova BioPharma. Pronova BioPharma is a global leader in the research, development and manufacture of marine-originated omega-3 derived pharmaceutical products. May, 2009.
    • Public offer for Carl Lamm Holding AB (SE) by Ricoh Europe Holdings PLC (UK) — SEK 417 million
      Public offer for Carl Lamm Holding AB (SE) by Ricoh Europe Holdings PLC (UK) — SEK 417 million

      Public offer for Carl Lamm Holding AB (SE) by Ricoh Europe Holdings PLC (UK) — SEK 417 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Ricoh in the public cash offer for Carl Lamm by Ricoh. Carl Lamm operates in the document and information management sector and has a nationwide organization with operations in 26 strategic locations in Sweden, offering solutions for customers’ IT environments. Ricoh Company is a global technology leader, specialising in the office and production printing markets. May, 2009

    • Public offer for BW Gas Limited (BM) by World Nordic (CY) – NOK 8.6 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Public offer for BW Gas Limited (BM) by World Nordic (CY) – NOK 8.6 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Public offer for BW Gas Limited (BM) by World Nordic (CY) – NOK 8.6 billion (total market capitalisation) Carnegie acted as adviser to World Nordic in the public offer for BW Gas Limited. BW Gas is a leading global provider of gas marine transportation services. April, 2009.
    • Secondary placing of 19.5 million shares in Fabege (SE) — SEK 663 million

      Secondary placing of 19.5 million shares in Fabege (SE) — SEK 663 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book runner in the secondary placing of Fabege shares. Fabege AB is one of Sweden’s leading property companies focusing on commercial premises. April, 2009.
    • Divestment of LGT Logistics (SE) by Litorina Kapital (SE) to Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of LGT Logistics (SE) by Litorina Kapital (SE) to Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Litorina Kapital in the divestment of LGT Logistics to a company controlled by the Danish private equity house Axcel. The LGT Logistics Group operations are focused on logistics services for the furniture industry, with its main operating facilities in Sweden and Denmark. April, 2009.
    • Acquisition of New Mining Company (RU) by Central Asia Gold AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Acquisition of New Mining Company (RU) by Central Asia Gold AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to New Mining Company in the offer from Central Asia Gold AB ("CAG"). CAG is a public Swedish mining company with operations in Eastern Siberia, Russia. CAG's shares are listed on the Nordic Growth Market ("NGM") in Stockholm. March, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in Lappland Goldminers AB (SE) — SEK 51.8 million

      Directed new share issue in Lappland Goldminers AB (SE) — SEK 51.8 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of 7.4 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 7 per share. Lappland Goldminers AB is an exploration company with the goal of becoming a producing mining company. February, 2009.
    • Divestment of Hurtigruten ASA's ferry and fast ferry operations (NO) to Torghatten Nord AS (NO) — NOK 488 million

      Divestment of Hurtigruten ASA's ferry and fast ferry operations (NO) to Torghatten Nord AS (NO) — NOK 488 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Hurtigruten ASA in the divestment of its ferry and fast ferry operations to Torghatten Nord AS. Hurtigruten pursues travel and transport activities in Norway and abroad. January, 2009.
    • Acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business (FI) by Hafslund Infratek ASA (NO) — NOK 327 million
      Acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business (FI) by Hafslund Infratek ASA (NO) — NOK 327 million

      Acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business (FI) by Hafslund Infratek ASA (NO) — NOK 327 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Hafslund Infratek and Fortum Oyj in Hafslund Infratek's acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business. Hafslund Infratek is a leading supplier of services related to developing, operating and securing critical infrastructure. Fortum Oyj is a leading power and heat company in the Nordic countries and around the Baltic Rim. January, 2009.

    • Public offer for Teleca (SE) by CayTel 1 L.P. (US) — SEK 250 million (total market capitalisation)

      Public offer for Teleca (SE) by CayTel 1 L.P. (US) — SEK 250 million (total market capitalisation)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to CayTel 1 L.P. in the public offer for Teleca. Teleca is a world-leading supplier of software services to major players in the mobile device industry. CayTel 1 L.P. is a wholly owned subsidary of US investment company Symphony Technology Group LLC. Symphony Technology Group exclusively invests in the enterprise software and technology services market. January, 2009.
    • New issue of convertible bonds in PA Resources AB (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      New issue of convertible bonds in PA Resources AB (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the SEK 1.2 billion new issue of convertible bonds with preferential subscription rights for existing shareholders. PA Resources AB is an international oil and gas group with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. January, 2009.

    • Divestment of Kaupthing Finans (SE) to Resurs Bank (SE) by Kaupthing Sverige (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Kaupthing Finans (SE) to Resurs Bank (SE) by Kaupthing Sverige (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Kaupthing Sverige in the divestment of Kaupthing Finans AB to Resurs Bank. Kaupthing Finans, established in 2005, has operations in Sweden, Norway and Finland, with some 30 employees and a loan portfolio of approximately SEK 2 billion. November, 2008.
    • Public offer for Tandberg Storage (NO) by Tandberg Data (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Public offer for Tandberg Storage (NO) by Tandberg Data (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Tandberg Storage in the public offer from Tandberg Data. Tandberg Storage focuses its core competence on basic tape drive design, manufacturing and OEM sales to the low and midrange markets. November, 2008.
    • Public offer for Lerøy Seafood Group ASA (NO) by Austevoll Seafood ASA (NO) — NOK 5.1 billion

      Public offer for Lerøy Seafood Group ASA (NO) by Austevoll Seafood ASA (NO) — NOK 5.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Lerøry Seafood Group in the public offer from Austevoll Seafood. Lerøy Seafood's main focus is on developing markets for fresh and frozen fish products. November 2008.

    • Placing of 17 million shares in Hexagon (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Placing of 17 million shares in Hexagon (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the placing of 17 million B-shares in Hexagon on behalf of Maths O Sundqvist. Hexagon is a world-leading supplier of systems for measurement of objects in one, two or three dimensions. September, 2008.
    • Public offer for IBS (SE) by Deccan Value Advisors (US)  — SEK 1.2 billion

      Public offer for IBS (SE) by Deccan Value Advisors (US) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the Board of Directors of IBS in relation to the mandatory offer by Deccan Value Advisors, and delivered a fairness opinion in this respect. IBS is a leading provider of specialized business systems for specific industries such as publishing and book distribution, pharmaceutical distribution, electronics, paper, food and the automotive industry. August, 2008.
    • Public offer for Gunnebo Industrier (SE) by Segulah Stellata (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Public offer for Gunnebo Industrier (SE) by Segulah Stellata (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Segulah Stellata in the public offer for Gunnebo Industrier. Gunnebo Industrier is an international group with companies active in 16 countries. The group is engaged in the development, manufacturing and marketing of chain and lifting components, fastening systems for the building industry, blocks/systems for heavy lifting, traction products and telescopic ladders. August, 2008.
    • Placing of 11.4 million shares in NetEntertainment (SE) — SEK 291 million

      Placing of 11.4 million shares in NetEntertainment (SE) — SEK 291 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the placing of approximately 1.4 million A-shares and 10 million B-shares in Net Entertainment, corresponding to almost 29 per cent of outstanding capital and 27 per cent of votes in the company, on behalf of Straumur Burdaras. Buyers were existing and new shareholders, including the CEO and all board members. Net Entertainment develops digitally distributed systems for internet gaming. August, 2008.
    • Public offer for Ballingslöv (SE) by Stena AB (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Public offer for Ballingslöv (SE) by Stena AB (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Ballingslöv International AB in connection with the public offer from Stena Adactum and provided a fairness opinion in this respect to Ballingslöv's Board of Directors. Ballingslöv International AB is one of the leading manufacturers of kitchen and bathroom furniture and storeage products in the Nordic countires and kitchen furniture in Great Britain. July, 2008.
    • Divestment of The Åkers Group (SE) by STC Interfinans (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of The Åkers Group (SE) by STC Interfinans (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to STC Interfinans regarding the divestment of The Åkers Group to Altor Fund II. The Åkers Group is the world's leading producer of cast and forged rolls for the steel and aluminium industries. STC Interfinans is a private investment company based in Stockholm. The Altor funds are private equity funds which invest in companies in the Nordic region. July, 2008.
    • Public offer for Trefoil Limited (BU) by Delta Hydrocarbons B.V (NL) — NOK 852 million

      Public offer for Trefoil Limited (BU) by Delta Hydrocarbons B.V (NL) — NOK 852 million

      Public offer for Trefoil Limited (BU) by Delta Hydrocarbons B.V (NL) — NOK 852 million Carnegie acted as adviser and provided a fairness opinion in this respect to the Board of Directors of Trefoil Limited. Delta Hydrocarbons B.V announced its intention to make a mandatory offer to acquire all the remaining 24.56 per cent of shares in Trefoil Limited not already owned by Delta, Smedvig Capital AS and Austral Property Holding Ltd, at price of NOK 24 per share, payable in cash. July, 2008.
    • Exchange Offer for all issued and outstanding shares in BW Gas ASA (NO) made by BW Gas Limited (BM) — NOK 5.5 billion

      Exchange Offer for all issued and outstanding shares in BW Gas ASA (NO) made by BW Gas Limited (BM) — NOK 5.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Gas in the voluntary exchange offer for all issued and outstanding shares in BW Gas ASA made by BW Gas Limited, Bermuda. The offer was made to shareholders to exchange each share held in BW Gas ASA into one new share in BW Gas Limited. The purpose of the exchange offer was to redomicile the parent holding company of the BW Gas Group from Norway to Bermuda. July, 2008.
    • Rights issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Rights issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to IBS in the rights issue of SEK 400 million. IBS is a leading provider of specialized business systems for specific industries such as publishing and book distribution, pharmaceutical distribution, electronics, paper, food and the automotive industry. July, 2008.
    • Private placement of shares in BBAH Sweden (SE) — EUR 10.4 million

      Private placement of shares in BBAH Sweden (SE) — EUR 10.4 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the private placement of shares in BBAH Sweden. BBAH Sweden acquires and operates farmland in Russia and currently has around 52,000 hectares under control in Kaliningrad and Saratov. June, 2008.

    • Acquisition of B.O. Bøger (DK) by Arnold Busck (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of B.O. Bøger (DK) by Arnold Busck (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Arnold Busck in the acquisition of B.O. Bøger. The transaction will make Arnold Busck the absolute leading capital chain in the Danish market for books and paper articles with 37 shops. June, 2008.
    • Private placements in Arise Windpower (SE) — SEK 330 million

      Private placements in Arise Windpower (SE) — SEK 330 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in three private placements of new shares, totalling SEK 330 million. Arise Windpower sells and markets electricity generated by land-based wind turbines, managing the entire business cycle from planning and prospecting to financing, construction and operation. Arise Windpower's goal is to have 300 large-scale wind turbines in operation producing 2 TWh of electricity per annum by 2014. January – June, 2008.
    • Divestment of Aktiv Gruppen (DK) to Olicom (DK) by EuroTrust A/S (DK) – DKK 969 million

      Divestment of Aktiv Gruppen (DK) to Olicom (DK) by EuroTrust A/S (DK) – DKK 969 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to EuroTrust A/S in the divestment of its property division, Aktiv Gruppen, to Olicom. Besides the property activities, EuroTrust A/S is a leading European renewable power producer. EuroTrust A/S is listed on AIM. Aktiv Gruppen has a strong portfolio of primarily residential and leisure property development projects for construction over the next 10 to 15 years in Denmark and Norway. June, 2008.
    • Acquisition of shares in Scorpion Offshore (NO) by Seadrill (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion
      Acquisition of shares in Scorpion Offshore (NO) by Seadrill (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Acquisition of shares in Scorpion Offshore (NO) by Seadrill (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Seadrill in the acquisition of Scorpion Offshore. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. June, 2008.

    • Public offer for Zodiak Television (SE) by De Agostini (IT) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Public offer for Zodiak Television (SE) by De Agostini (IT) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Public offer for Zodiak Television (SE) by De Agostini (IT) — SEK 1.3 billion Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in Zodiak Television in connection with the public offer from De Agostini. Zodiak Television is one of the most innovative and creative producers of content in the world today, comprising a perfect blend of more than twenty successful international businesses. Zodiak International distributes content produced by Zodiak Television, as well as third party producers, to clients throughout the world. June, 2008.
    • Divestment of Citat Group AB (SE)  to Edita (FI) by Bure Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Citat Group AB (SE) to Edita (FI) by Bure Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bure Equity in the divestment of Citat Group AB to Edita Oyj. Citat is the leading Nordic communications production company, making day-to-day work easier for marketing and communications departments. June, 2008.
    • Directed new share issue in Frontline Ltd. (BM) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Directed new share issue in Frontline Ltd. (BM) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of 3 million shares at a price of NOK 357 per share. Frontline Ltd. is a major, Bermuda based, tanker company. As a result of the acquisitions of vessels and companies since 1996, Frontline Ltd. has established itself as the world leader in the international seaborne transportation of crude oil, with one of the world's largest fleets of VLCC and Suezmax tankers, and Suezmax OBO carriers. June, 2008.
    • Commercial paper issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Commercial paper issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a NOK 260 million commercial paper issue for Songa Offshore ASA. The proceeds of the issue were used to fund the initial downpayment on Songa Offshores's USD 428.5 million acquisition of the semi-submersible Deepsea Delta from Odjell Drilling. Songa Offshore is an offshore drilling company operating 4 semi-submersible rigs and one drill ship. June, 2008.
    • Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in respect of the fourth consecutive redemption programme in JM. JM is listed on Stockholmsbörsen. JM is Sweden’s leading housing developer; its core business is project development of residential property and, to a certain extent, commercial premises in central areas of growth markets. June, 2008.
    • Secondary placing of 4 million shares in Funcom (SE) — NOK 174 million

      Secondary placing of 4 million shares in Funcom (SE) — NOK 174 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of Funcom N.V. Northzone IV K/S sold 4 million shares in Funcom N.V. at a subscription price of 43.50 per share. Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). June, 2008.
    • Secondary placing of 1.9 million shares in B&B Tools AB — SEK 313 million

      Secondary placing of 1.9 million shares in B&B Tools AB — SEK 313 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 1.9 million shares in B&B Tools AB at a price of SEK 165 per share. B&B Tools provides the industrial and construction sectors in northern Europe with tools, industrial consumables, industrial components and related services. June, 2008.
    • Public offer for DeepOcean ASA (NO) by Trico Marine Services (NO) — NOK 3.46 billion
      Public offer for DeepOcean ASA (NO) by Trico Marine Services (NO) — NOK 3.46 billion

      Public offer for DeepOcean ASA (NO) by Trico Marine Services (NO) — NOK 3.46 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DeepOcean ASA in the cash offer from Trico Marine, through a fully owned subsidiary. DeepOcean is a recognized market leader in the provision of high quality inspection, maintenance and repair, construction support and subsea intervention services. It is also a leading independent supplier of subsea trenching and cable laying services. Trico is a leading provider of marine support vessels to the offshore oil and gas industry, operating primarily in international markets, with operations in the North Sea, West Africa, Mexico, Brazil and Southeast Asia, as well as in the Gulf of Mexico. June, 2008.

    • Acquisition of Danske Invest Administration A/S (DK) by Danske Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 73.9 million
      Acquisition of Danske Invest Administration A/S (DK) by Danske Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 73.9 million

      Acquisition of Danske Invest Administration A/S (DK) by Danske Bank A/S (DK) — DKK 73.9 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Danske Bank A/S in the acquisition of Danske Invest Administration A/S. The company is an investment management company which invests the members' investments based on the guidelines determined by the boards of the unit trust groups and associations and is responsible for communication and marketing. May, 2008.

    • Rights issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 150 million

      Rights issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 150 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Teleca in the company's rights issue, which was aimed at supporting the ongoing transformation into a pure play provider of software development services to the world's leading wireless communications companies. The issue, priced at SEK 11 per share, was fully guaranteed by Symphony Technology Group, a Silicon Valley-based investment company. May, 2008.
    • Directed new share issue in Nordic Mining ASA (NO) — NOK 50 million

      Directed new share issue in Nordic Mining ASA (NO) — NOK 50 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new issue of 33.3 million shares at a price of NOK 1.50 per share. Nordic Mining ASA is an Oslo-listed mining company focusing on high-end industrial minerals and metals, with assets mainly in the Nordic region. Nordic Mining is listed on Oslo Axess with ticker code NOM. May, 2008.
    • Private placement of shares in Alpcot Agro AB (SE) – SEK 520 million

      Private placement of shares in Alpcot Agro AB (SE) – SEK 520 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the private placement of 8 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 65 per share. This was Carnegie's third successive private placement for the company, making a total of more than SEK 1 billion raised. Alpcot Agro is a Swedish limited liability company and was incorporated in 2006. The company's objective is to generate an attractive total return on invested capital by acquiring and farming agricultural land in Russia and potentially in other CIS member states. May, 2008.
    • Secondary placing of ~61 million shares in Prosafe (SE) — NOK 3.4 billion
      Secondary placing of ~61 million shares in Prosafe (SE) — NOK 3.4 billion

      Secondary placing of ~61 million shares in Prosafe (SE) — NOK 3.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of ~61 million shares in Prosafe SE, on behalf of BW Offshore, at a subscription price of NOK 55 per share. Prosafe is the world's leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation/service rigs May, 2008.

    • Directed new share issue in Neuroserach (DK) — DKK 84 million

      Directed new share issue in Neuroserach (DK) — DKK 84 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new issue of 300.000 new shares. The new shares have been subscribed at a price of DKK 280 per share. NeuroSearch A/S is a Scandinavian biopharmaceutical company listed on the OMX Nordic Exchange Copenhagen A/S. May, 2008.
    • Private placement of shares in EOS Russia (SE)  – SEK 2.15 billion

      Private placement of shares in EOS Russia (SE) – SEK 2.15 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the private placement of shares in EOS Russia towards Swedish and international institutional investors. EOS Russia is an investment company. The overall objective of the company is to offer attractive returns via investments in the Russian utility sector. May, 2008.
    • Directed new share issue in Kongsberg Automotive ASA (NO) — NOK 550 million

      Directed new share issue in Kongsberg Automotive ASA (NO) — NOK 550 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new issue of 20.4 million shares in Kongsberg Automotive, at a subscription price of NOK 27 per share. Kongsberg Automotive develops, manufactures and markets systems for gearshift, clutch actuation, seat comfort, stabilising rods, couplings and components. April, 2008.
    • Merger between West Siberian Resources Ltd (SE) and Alliance Oil (RU) — USD 2.5 billion (combined market capitalisation)

      Merger between West Siberian Resources Ltd (SE) and Alliance Oil (RU) — USD 2.5 billion (combined market capitalisation)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to West Siberian in the merger with Alliance Oil, creating a vertically integrated Russian oil company with a stable supply of crude oil, substantial refining capacity and strong assets in distribution and marketing of petroleum products. April, 2008.
    • Directed new share issue in West Siberian Resources Ltd (SE) — USD 170 million

      Directed new share issue in West Siberian Resources Ltd (SE) — USD 170 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new issue of 258 million shares in the form of Swedish Depositary Receipts, listed on the OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm. West Siberian is a leading independent oil company with fully integrated operations in Russia and Kazakhstan. April, 2008.
    • Redemption offer in Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 700 million

      Redemption offer in Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 700 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in Maria Invest's mandatory redemption programme. March, 2008.
    • Public offer for Boss Media AB (SE) by GEMed AB (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Public offer for Boss Media AB (SE) by GEMed AB (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to GTECH in the public offer for Boss Media AB. GTECH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Italian based Lottomatica S.p.A., one of the world’s largest commercial lottery operators. GEMed AB is a company indirectly jointly-owned by GTECH Corporation (87.5%) and Medströms AB (12.5%). March, 2008.
    • Public offer for Gant (SE) by Maus Frères (CH) — SEK 5.2 billion

      Public offer for Gant (SE) by Maus Frères (CH) — SEK 5.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Gant in respect of the public offer from Maus Frères. Gant is an international lifestyle brand with roots in the relaxed clothing and lifestyle of the American East Coast. February, 2008.
    • Acquisition of 60% of IDEmøbler (DK) by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of 60% of IDEmøbler (DK) by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in the offer from Axcel for the IDEmøbler chain (including membership stores). Axcel acquired 60% and the original owners kept a stake of 40% in the integrated chain. IDEmøbler is a chain of furniture stores with 39 stores in Denmark, three associated stores on Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands and 15 franchise stores, primarily in the Middle East. December, 2007.
    • Divestment of Maria Holdings (SE) to Unibet (SE) by Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 705 million

      Divestment of Maria Holdings (SE) to Unibet (SE) by Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 705 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Maria Invest in the divestment of Maria Holdings to Unibet. Maria Holding is one of the larger gaming companies in the Nordic region within the Bingo segment. December, 2007.
    • Divestment of Lighthouse Caledonia ASA (NO) by Marine Harvest (NO) — USD 153 million

      Divestment of Lighthouse Caledonia ASA (NO) by Marine Harvest (NO) — USD 153 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Marine Harvest in the divestment of Lighthouse Caledonia ASA. Marine Harvest is the world’s leading seafood company. Lighthouse Caledonia is a fully-integrated seafood company and a leading supplier of high quality Scottish salmon. December, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Genesis Petroleum Corporation Plc (UK) — GBP 10.4 million

      Directed new share issue in Genesis Petroleum Corporation Plc (UK) — GBP 10.4 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the directed new share issue of 41.7 million new shares in Genesis Petroleum Corporation Plc at a subscription price of 25 pence per share. Genesis Petroleum Corporation Plc is an oil and gas exploration company. December, 2007.
    • Rights issue of convertible bonds in Zodiak Television AB (SE) — SEK 172 million

      Rights issue of convertible bonds in Zodiak Television AB (SE) — SEK 172 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Zodiak Television in i) a rights issue of 6.4 million convertible bonds and ii) a non-cash issue of up to 5.3 million Zodiak Television shares, directed to the owners of Kanakna, a company being acquired by Zodiak Television. Zodiak Television develops, produces and sells TV programming under the brand names of MTV Mastiff, Mastiff Media, Jarowskij, T & T Broadcasters, Look Entertainment, Diverse Productions, Social Club Productions, 5th Element, Yellow Bird, TeleAlliance and Dixi Media. December, 2007.

    • Directed new share issue in Alpcot Russian Land Fund AB (SE) — SEK 360 million

      Directed new share issue in Alpcot Russian Land Fund AB (SE) — SEK 360 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 6 million shares. Agrokultura, a secondary name of Alpcot Russian Land Fund, is a Swedish limited liability company incorporated in 2006. The company’s objective is to generate an attractive total return on invested capital by acquiring and farming agricultural land in Russia and potentially in other CIS member states. December, 2007.
    • Convertible note offering in Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 400 million

      Convertible note offering in Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 400 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the convertible note offering in Petroleum Geo-Services ASA. Petroleum Geo-Services ASA is a technology focused oilfield service company principally involved in providing geophysical services worldwide. December, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Initial public offering of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the listing of Aker Exploration ASA on the Oslo Axess and related secondary sale of shares. Aker Exploration ASA is a pure oil and gas exploration company focusing on the northern part of the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. December, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Acquisition of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Petroleum Geo-Services ASA in the acquisition of Arrow Seismic ASA. Petroleum Geo-Services ASA is a technology focused oilfield service company principally involved in providing geophysical services worldwide. Arrow Seismic ASA develops, owns and operates advanced state-of-the-art vessels for the maritime seismic industry. December, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Hafslund Infratek (NO) — NOK 283 million

      Initial public offering of Hafslund Infratek (NO) — NOK 283 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and sole book-runner in the initial public offering of Hafslund Infratek on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Hafslund Infratek is a leading turn-key supplier of services related to developing, operating and securing critical infrastructure in Norway and increasingly on a Nordic scale. December, 2007.
    • Share buy-back in Unibet (SE)

      Share buy-back in Unibet (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser in a share buy-back programme on behalf of Unibet. Unibet is an online gambling company, founded in 1997, and is listed on Stockholmsbörsen´s Nordic List. 2007.
    • Rights issue in NeuroSearch A/S (DK) — DKK 771 million

      Rights issue in NeuroSearch A/S (DK) — DKK 771 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator in the rights issue of 2.7 million new shares, with pre-emptive rights to existing shareholders, bringing the company gross proceeds of DKK 771 million. The subscription price was DKK 280 with a margin to TERP at launch of approx. 26 per cent. The offering was structured as a public offering in Denmark and the United Kingdom and as a private placement in other jurisdictions. NeuroSearch A/S is a Scandinavian biopharmaceutical company listed on the OMX Nordic Exchange Copenhagen A/S. November, 2007.
    • Redemption offer in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2 billion

      Redemption offer in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in respect of the redemption programme in Eniro. Eniro is the leading search company in the Nordic media market. Eniro makes it easy to find people, businesses and products using directories, directory assistance, Internet and mobile services. November, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Golar LNG Limited (BM) — NOK 426 million

      Directed new share issue in Golar LNG Limited (BM) — NOK 426 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 3.2 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 133 per share. Golar LNG is a leading independent owner operator of LNG transportation with over 30 years experience and is dedicated exclusively to LNG. November, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of East Capital Explorer AB (SE) — EUR 391 million

      Initial public offering of East Capital Explorer AB (SE) — EUR 391 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of East Capital Explorer AB on the OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm. Following strong demand, the initial offering was increased by 40 per cent to EUR 365 million. Including shares issued in the over-allotment option the total offer amounted to EUR 391 million. East Capital Explorer AB is a newly formed Swedish company, created with the specific aim of bringing unique investment opportunities in Eastern Europe to a broader investor base. November, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Hardi International (DK) from Auriga Industries (DK) by Exel Industries (FR) — EUR 100 million
      Acquisition of Hardi International (DK) from Auriga Industries (DK) by Exel Industries (FR) — EUR 100 million

      Acquisition of Hardi International (DK) from Auriga Industries (DK) by Exel Industries (FR) — EUR 100 million

      Carnegie acts as adviser to Exel Industries in the acquisition of Hardi International from Auriga Industries. Exel Industries is a leading supplier of spraying equipment within both industrial sprayers and sprayers for plant protection. Hardi International develops, manufactures and markets sprayers and spraying equipment for responsible plant care. November, 2007.

    • Divestment of AB Previa (SE) to Tryg i Danmark smba (DK) by Segulah (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of AB Previa (SE) to Tryg i Danmark smba (DK) by Segulah (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Segulah in the divestment of AB Previa to Tryg Danmark smba. AB Previa is engaged in occupational health services to corporate clients as a means for improving profitability. Segulah is a private equity partnership focused on lower mid market buyouts in the Nordic region. Tryg i Danmark smba is a Danish corporation which owns and develops companies and initiatives that contribute to creating security in the Nordic region. October, 2007.
    • Private placement of shares in Alpcot Russian Land Fund AB (SE) — SEK 270 million

      Private placement of shares in Alpcot Russian Land Fund AB (SE) — SEK 270 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the private placement of 6 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 45 per share. Agrokultura, a secondary name of Alpcot Russian Land Fund, is a Swedish limited liability company incorporated in 2006. The company’s objective is to generate an attractive total return on invested capital by acquiring and farming agricultural land in Russia and potentially in other CIS member states. October, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Sevan Marine ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Directed new share issue in Sevan Marine ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 16 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 67.00 per share. Sevan Marine ASA is listed on Oslo Børs and is specializing in building, owning and operating floating units for offshore applications. October, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Pronova BioPharma ASA (NO) — NOK 2.7 billion

      Initial public offering of Pronova BioPharma ASA (NO) — NOK 2.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Pronova BioPharma ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Pronova BioPharma ASA is a global leader in the research, development and manufacture of marine-originated omega-3 derived pharmaceuticals. October, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue, secondary sale and listing of Dockwise Ltd (BM) — NOK 1.5 billion

      Directed new share issue, secondary sale and listing of Dockwise Ltd (BM) — NOK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and book-runner in the directed new share issue and secondary sale of 61.4 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 25 per share and subsequent listing on the Oslo Stock Exhange. Dockwise is one of the world’s leading integrated heavy lift services providers, able to transport some of the world’s heaviest cargoes over very long distances. October, 2007.
    • Public offer for Keops A/S (DK) by Fasteignafélagid Stodir Hf (IS)  — Enterprise value DKK 21.5 billion

      Public offer for Keops A/S (DK) by Fasteignafélagid Stodir Hf (IS) — Enterprise value DKK 21.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser and provided a fairness opinion in this respect to the Board of Directors of Keops A/S, Denmark’s largest listed property group focusing on property investments, mediation, management and development of properties. Stodir is the largest real estate company in Iceland with substantial activities in Denmark. September, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Seawell Limited (BM) — NOK 275 million

      Directed new share issue in Seawell Limited (BM) — NOK 275 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the spin-off and directed new share issue of 20 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 13.75 per share in Seawell Limited. Following Seadrill Limited’s decision to establish a separate entity for its well services activities, Seawell Limited was created with the ambition to create a large international well services company. Seawell’s core business is platform drilling, engineering and well intervention services. September, 2007.
    • Divestment of EuroMaint AB (SE) to Ratos AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Divestment of EuroMaint AB (SE) to Ratos AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AB Swedcarrier, a company owned by the Swedish state, in the divestment of EuroMaint AB to Ratos AB. EuroMaint AB is the largest provider of repair and maintenance services on rail rolling stock in Sweden, and also provides maintenance services to the engineering industry. In 2006, EuroMaint AB had revenues of just over SEK 2 billion, and about 1,750 employees. August, 2007.
    • Divestment of SkandiaBanken AB's (SE) Danish operations (DK) to Eik Banki P/F (FO)  — DKK 630 million

      Divestment of SkandiaBanken AB's (SE) Danish operations (DK) to Eik Banki P/F (FO) — DKK 630 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to SkandiaBanken AB in the divestment of the Danish activities of SkandiaBanken AB to Eik Banki P/F. The Danish branch of SkandiaBanken consists of an Internet based retail bank with more than 100,000 retail customers and car financing activities with more than 15,000 customers. August, 2007.
    • Redemption offer in Teleca (SE) — SEK 570 million

      Redemption offer in Teleca (SE) — SEK 570 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in respect of the redemption programme in Teleca. Teleca is listed on Stockholmsbörsen and is a world-leading supplier of software and services to the mobile devices industry. August, 2007.
    • Divestment of EuroFlorist (SE) to Litorina Kapital (SE) by Accent Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of EuroFlorist (SE) to Litorina Kapital (SE) by Accent Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Accent Equity and management in the divestment of EuroFlorist to Litorina Kapital. EuroFlorist is the leading flower delivery service provider in Europe, with directly affiliated flower shops in Belgium, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Germany and Austria. August, 2007.
    • Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in respect of the redemption programme in JM. JM is listed on Stockholmsbörsen. JM is Sweden’s leading housing developer; its core business is project development of residential property and, to a certain extent, commercial premises in central areas of growth markets. August, 2007.
    • Public offer for Altinex ASA (NO) by Noreco ASA (NO)  — NOK 4.3 billion

      Public offer for Altinex ASA (NO) by Noreco ASA (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser and has rendered a fairness opinion in this respect to the Board of Directors of Altinex ASA. Altinex ASA is an oil and gas company listed at Oslo Børs. Noreco ASA is a Norwegian based energy company with focus on exploration, appraisal, development and production of oil and gas resources. August, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 6 million shares in PA Resourcres (NO) — NOK 309 million

      Secondary placing of 6 million shares in PA Resourcres (NO) — NOK 309 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 6 million shares in PA Resources, at a subscription price of NOK 51.50 per share. PA Resources is a fast growing oil- and gas group company with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil- and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. August, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Simtronics ASA (NO) — NOK 32 million

      Directed new share issue in Simtronics ASA (NO) — NOK 32 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 5.5 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 5.80 per share. Simtronics ASA is a world class provider of advanced gas and fire detectors for industrial use. August, 2007.
    • Acquisition of APL (CY) by BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 3.6 billion
      Acquisition of APL (CY) by BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 3.6 billion

      Acquisition of APL (CY) by BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 3.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Offshore in the acquisition of APL. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). APL is market leader in the development, production and sale of advanced oil and gas offshore production systems that focus on ship-based storage and transportation of hydrocarbons. August, 2007.

    • New share issue and directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 118 million

      New share issue and directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 118 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in two new share issues in Birdstep Technology ASA, totaling approximately 9 million new shares. Birdstep Technology ASA is a global software development, marketing and sales company offering seamless connectivity and mobility client software for mobile data users on laptops, pocket PC and Smartphones as well as state-of-the-art embedded database technologies. June/July 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 20 million shares in Orkla ASA (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Secondary placing of 20 million shares in Orkla ASA (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the secondary placing of 20 million shares in Orkla, at a subscription price of NOK 113 per share. The placing was made on behalf of a financial investor. Orkla operates in the branded consumer goods, materials, renewable energy and financial investment sectors. July, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 890 million

      Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 890 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 7 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 127 per share in Seadrill Limited. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. The company has 37 drilling units, of which 15 are under construction. Seadrill's versatile fleet includes harsh-environment semi-submersibles, jack-ups, shallow and deepwater tender rigs and deepwater drillships. In addition, Seadrill provides platform drilling, well intervention and engineering services. July, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Håg ASA (NO) by Ratos AB (SE) — NOK 1.2 billion
      Acquisition of Håg ASA (NO) by Ratos AB (SE) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Acquisition of Håg ASA (NO) by Ratos AB (SE) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Ratos AB in the acquisition of Håg ASA, a leading supplier of office seating solutions, including work, visitor and conference chairs. June, 2007.

    • Directed new share issue in SAGA Oil ASA (NO) — NOK 180 million

      Directed new share issue in SAGA Oil ASA (NO) — NOK 180 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 18 million shares in SAGA Oil ASA at a subscription price of NOK 10 per share. SAGA Oil ASA is a Norwegian independent E&P company engaged in the acquisition, development and operation of oil and natural gas properties. June, 2007.
    • Divestment of SweMaint AB (SE) to Kockums Industrier AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 167 million

      Divestment of SweMaint AB (SE) to Kockums Industrier AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 167 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AB Swedcarrier, a company owned by the Swedish state, in the divestment of SweMaint AB to Kockums Industrier AB. SweMaint AB is the largest provider of repair and maintenance services on rail freight cars in Sweden, with 275 employees and annual revenues of approximately SEK 400 million. June, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 181 million

      Directed new share issue in Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 181 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 4.7 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 38.50 per share. Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). June, 2007.
    • Divestment of Q-MATIC (SE) by 3i (UK), Litorina Kapital (SE) et al —  Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Q-MATIC (SE) by 3i (UK), Litorina Kapital (SE) et al — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to 3i, Litorina Kapital and the company founders in the divestment of world market leading queue management solutions provider Q-MATIC to Altor Fund II. Q-MATIC develops, manufactures and markets complete systems for queue management solutions, primarily for the public sector, healthcare institutions, financial institutions and retailers. June, 2007.
    • Convertible bond issue in Nokian Tyres plc (FI) — EUR 150 million

      Convertible bond issue in Nokian Tyres plc (FI) — EUR 150 million

      Carnegie and Nomura International acted as joint lead managers in the placing of a convertible bond issue for Nokian Tyres plc to Finnish and international institutional investors. The placing was carried out in a three hour book building process. Bids received constituted an oversubscription of several times the maximum number of bonds offered. June, 2007.

    • Acquisition of MTEM Limited (UK) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 275 million
      Acquisition of MTEM Limited (UK) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 275 million

      Acquisition of MTEM Limited (UK) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 275 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to MTEM Limited in the acquisition by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA. MTEM® – an abbreviation for Multi-Transient Electro-Magnetic – has developed a unique, breakthrough, cable-based electromagnetic technology with demonstrated, strong results in commercial operations. The company is the only player to offer a complete electromagnetic acquisition and processing technique both offshore and onshore, including in Transition Zone environments. June, 2007.

    • Secondary placing of 11.5 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 565 million

      Secondary placing of 11.5 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 565 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 11.5 million shares in online gaming company Betsson, at a price of SEK 49 per share. The placing was made on behalf of the Icelandic financial group Straumur-Burdaras. June, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Grieg Seafood ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      Initial public offering of Grieg Seafood ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the initial public offering of Grieg Seafood ASA and the listing on Oslo Børs. Grieg Seafood ASA is one of the world’s leading fish farming companies, specializing on salmon and trout. June, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Badger Explorer (NO) — NOK 160 million

      Initial public offering of Badger Explorer (NO) — NOK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Badger Explorer on the Oslo Axess. Badger Explorer is a technology company whose purpose is to commercialise Badger Explorer, a new and revolutionary technology for exploration and verification of hydrocarbon prospects. June, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 112,107 shares in Bavarian Nordic (DK) — DKK 69 million

      Secondary placing of 112,107 shares in Bavarian Nordic (DK) — DKK 69 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 112,107 shares in Bavarian Nordic, at a price of DKK 614.8 per share. The placing was made on behalf of a group of Bavarian Nordic employees. Buyers were solely Danish institutions. Bavarian Nordic is a leading international biopharmaceutical company developing and producing innovative vaccines to prevent and treat infectious diseases and cancer. June, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Grieg Seafood ASA (NO) — NOK 598 million

      Directed new share issue in Grieg Seafood ASA (NO) — NOK 598 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in the directed new share issue of 26 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 23 per share. Grieg Seafood ASA is one of the world’s leading fish farming companies, specializing on salmon and trout. May, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 1.3 million shares in Bang & Olufsen (DK) — DKK 909 million

      Secondary placing of 1.3 million shares in Bang & Olufsen (DK) — DKK 909 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.3 million shares in Danish high end audio manufacturer Bang & Olufsen, at a discount of just 1.97 per cent to the previous day's closing price. The placing, representing slightly more than 10 per cent of Bang & Olufsen's share capital, was made on behalf of the listed Icelandic international investment company FL Group. May, 2007.
    • Public offer for Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) by Seadrill Limited (NO) — NOK 5.15 billion

      Public offer for Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) by Seadrill Limited (NO) — NOK 5.15 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Seadrill Limited in the public offer for Eastern Drilling. Eastern Drilling ASA is a Norwegian based offshore drilling company with two semi-submersible rigs under construction. Seadrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of five jack-ups rigs, two semi-submersible rigs, one drillship and eight tender rigs. Furthermore, Seadrill Ltd has four jack-up rigs, four semi-submersible rigs, two drillships and one tender rig on order. May, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — NOK 350 milllion

      Initial public offering of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — NOK 350 milllion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the initial public offering of Arrow Seismic ASA on the Oslo Axess. Arrow Seismic ASA develops, owns and operates advanced state-of-the-art vessels for the maritime seismic industry. May, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Schaumann Holding's 87 per cent ownership in Schaumann Development by Schaumann Properties (DK) — DKK 543 million

      Acquisition of Schaumann Holding's 87 per cent ownership in Schaumann Development by Schaumann Properties (DK) — DKK 543 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Schaumann Properties in the acquisition of Schaumann Holding's 87 per cent ownership in Schaumann Development and delivered a fairness opinion in this respect. Schaumann Properties is a Danish real estate investment company listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. May, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Protector Forsikring ASA (NO) — NOK 438 milllion

      Initial public offering of Protector Forsikring ASA (NO) — NOK 438 milllion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Protector Forsikring ASA on the Oslo Børs. Protector Forsikring ASA is a Norwegian insurance company authorized to offer general insurance and reinsurance within all classes except credit insurance and guarantee insurance. In 2006 Protector Forsikring generated gross premiums written of NOK 516 million. May, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of approx. 21 million shares in Tandberg Storage ASA (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Secondary placing of approx. 21 million shares in Tandberg Storage ASA (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of approx. 21 million shares in Tandberg Storage ASA, at a price of NOK 3.30 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Tandberg Data ASA. Tandberg Storage ASA focuses its core competence on basic tape drive design, manufacturing and OEM sales for the low and mid-range markets May, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in Kongsberg Automotive Holding ASA — NOK 456 million

      Secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in Kongsberg Automotive Holding ASA — NOK 456 million

      Carnegie acted sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in Kongsberg Automotive Holding ASA, at a price of NOK 52 per share. The placing was made on behalf of FSN Capital Limited Partner I and FSN Capital Holding Limited. Kongsberg Automotive is a global technology company and manufactures systems, modules and components for the automotive and commercial vehicles industries. May, 2007.
    • Listing of West Siberian Resources Ltd (RU) SDR's on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

      Listing of West Siberian Resources Ltd (RU) SDR's on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

      Carnegie acted as adviser to West Siberian Resources Ltd in the listing of the company's SDR's on the Stockholm Stock Exchange. West Siberian Resources Ltd is an independent oil company active in Russia. May, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Sealift Ltd — USD 200 million
      Directed new share issue in Sealift Ltd — USD 200 million

      Directed new share issue in Sealift Ltd — USD 200 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to 3i, the largest shareholder in Dockwise, in the company's merger with Sealift. Sealift has also completed a directed new share issue of 19,900,000 new shares at a price of NOK 30 per share through a directed new share issue to institutional investors in Norway and abroad. In addition, a secondary sale of 19,900,000 shares in Sealift was completed on behalf of 3i. Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue. May, 2007.

    • Merger between Dockwise Transport B.V. (NL) and Sealift Ltd (BM) — Amount not disclosed.
      Merger between Dockwise Transport B.V. (NL) and Sealift Ltd (BM) — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger between Dockwise Transport B.V. (NL) and Sealift Ltd (BM) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to 3i, the largest shareholder in Dockwise, in the company's merger with Sealift. Sealift has also completed a directed new share issue of 19,900,000 new shares at a price of NOK 30 per share through a directed new share issue to institutional investors in Norway and abroad. In addition, a secondary sale of 19,900,000 shares in Sealift was completed on behalf of 3i. Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue. May, 2007.

    • Secondary placing of 8 million shares in BE Group (SE) — SEK 760 million

      Secondary placing of 8 million shares in BE Group (SE) — SEK 760 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the secondary placing of 8 million shares in BE Group, at a price of SEK 95 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Nordic Capital. Buyers were a combination of domestic and international institutional investors. May, 2007.
    • Divestment of Elektrokoppar (SE) to Liljedahlsbolagen (SE) by Industri Kapital (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Elektrokoppar (SE) to Liljedahlsbolagen (SE) by Industri Kapital (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Industri Kapital in the divestment of Elektrokoppar to Liljedahlsbolagen. Elektrokoppar is one of the leading manufacturers of copper wire rod and winding wire in Europe. Liljedahlsbolagen is a privately owned industry and trading group. May, 2007.
    • Offering and distribution of shares in the Swedish Government's divestment of 8 per cent of TeliaSonera (SE) — SEK 18 billion
      Offering and distribution of shares in the Swedish Government's divestment of 8 per cent of TeliaSonera (SE) — SEK 18 billion

      Offering and distribution of shares in the Swedish Government's divestment of 8 per cent of TeliaSonera (SE) — SEK 18 billion

      Carnegie acted as selling agent to the Swedish Government in the offering and distribution of shares representing 8 per cent of TeliaSonera. The price achieved in the accelerated book built offering to institutional investors was SEK 50 per share. May, 2007.

    • Directed new share issue in Camillo Eitzen & Co ASA (NO) — NOK 228 million

      Directed new share issue in Camillo Eitzen & Co ASA (NO) — NOK 228 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in the directed new share issue of 3.7 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 61.50 per share. Camillo Eitzen & Co ASA is a leading international shipping company with activities in bulk, gas, chemical, tank, ship management and maritime services. Camillo Eitzen & Co ASA is an Eitzen Group company. May, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Lappland Goldminers AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Directed new share issue in Lappland Goldminers AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the directed new share issue of 5 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 20 per share. Lappland Goldminers AB is an exploration company with the goal of becoming a producing mining company. April, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Hydramarine AS (NO) by Cargotec (FI) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Hydramarine AS (NO) by Cargotec (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Hydramarine AS (NO) by Cargotec (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Cargotec in the acquisition of Hydramarine AS. Cargotec acquired 90 per cent of the company, with the remaining shares being owned by employees. Hydramarine is based in Norway and is a leading company in the high-end area of offshore and sub-sea load handling systems for the offshore vessel industry. Cargotec is the world’s leading provider of cargo handling solutions, whose products are used in the different stages of material flow in ships, ports, terminals, distribution centres and local transportation. April, 2007.

    • Directed new share issue in Genesis Petroleum Corporation Plc (UK) — GBP 10 million

      Directed new share issue in Genesis Petroleum Corporation Plc (UK) — GBP 10 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the directed new share issue of 50 million new shares in Genesis Petroleum Corporation Plc at a subscription price of 20 pence per share. The two subscribers in the fundraising, Aker Capital and Petroleum Geo-Services ASA, will each hold 25 million new shares in the Company after the share issue, each representing 24.36 per cent of the enlarged issued share capital of Genesis. April, 2007.
    • Divestment of 40 per cent of Jacob Holm & Sons STA (CH) to LD Equity (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of 40 per cent of Jacob Holm & Sons STA (CH) to LD Equity (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Jacob Holm & Sønner A/S in the divestment of the remaining 40 per cent of the shares in Jacob Holm & Sons STA to LD Equity. Jacob Holm & Sons STA was formed in 2006 through a carve out from Jacob Holm & Sønner A/S which is owned by the Mikkelsen family. At that time LD Equity acquired 60 per cent of the company and subsequently Jacob Holm & Sons STA acquired Tytex from Thygesen Textile Group – a holding company at the time owned by the Danish private equity investor Axcel and the Thygesen family. March, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 4.5 billion

      Directed new share issue in BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 4.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 173 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 26.02 per share. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). March, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 24.7 million shares in Eitzen Chemical (NO) — NOK 642 million

      Secondary placing of 24.7 million shares in Eitzen Chemical (NO) — NOK 642 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 24.7 million shares in Eitzen Chemical, at a price of NOK 26 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Blystad Shipholding. March, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Max Matthiessen (SE) by D. Carnegie & Co AB (SE) — SEK 856 million
      Acquisition of Max Matthiessen (SE) by D. Carnegie & Co AB (SE) — SEK 856 million

      Acquisition of Max Matthiessen (SE) by D. Carnegie & Co AB (SE) — SEK 856 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to D. Carnegie & Co AB in the acquisition of Max Matthiessen, Sweden's leading independent adviser within the area of pension and long-term savings. The combined private client offering will be unique, and aims to be the first choice for Swedish companies and their employees when it comes to pension solutions and long term savings. March, 2007.

    • Secondary placing of 2.2 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Secondary placing of 2.2 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 2.2 million Unibet SDRs, at a price of SEK 182 per share. The placing was made on behalf of the company’s founder & chairman, Anders Ström. Buyers were Swedish and international institutions. March, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 3 million shares in Meda (SE) — SEK 720 million

      Secondary placing of 3 million shares in Meda (SE) — SEK 720 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary placing of 3 million shares at a price of SEK 240 per share. Meda is one of Europe's leading specialty pharma companies. February, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Mobyson Holding AS (NO) by Onetwocom AB (SE) — SEK 450 million
      Acquisition of Mobyson Holding AS (NO) by Onetwocom AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Acquisition of Mobyson Holding AS (NO) by Onetwocom AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Onetwocom in the acquisition of the Norwegian mobile services provider Mobyson. Onetwocom offers services and products within mobile telephony and mobile technology. February, 2007.

    • Rights issue in Medivir (SE) — SEK 225 million

      Rights issue in Medivir (SE) — SEK 225 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the rights issue of SEK 225 million in Medivir. The new funds will be used to strengthen the capital base of Medivir, allowing the group to focus further on its prioritised projects. Medivir is an innovative, specialist research company which develops drugs with the objective of becoming a sustainably profitable pharmaceuticals company. February, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Sealift Ltd (BM) — USD 180 million

      Directed new share issue in Sealift Ltd (BM) — USD 180 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue in Sealift Ltd, raising USD 180 million in equity. Sealift Ltd is a spin-off from the tanker company Frontline Ltd. January, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Nordic Modular Group (SE) by Kungsleden AB (publ) (SE) from 3i Group plc (UK) — SEK 918 million

      Acquisition of Nordic Modular Group (SE) by Kungsleden AB (publ) (SE) from 3i Group plc (UK) — SEK 918 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Kungsleden in the acquisition of Nordic Modular Group from 3i Group plc. Nordic Modular Group is one of Sweden's largest providers of modular space solutions, divided into business lines Temporent and Flexator. Kungsleden's strategy is to ensure sustainable high and stable returns from its existing holdings and through acquisitions and divestments. January, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 2.34 million shares in Aker Yards ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Secondary placing of 2.34 million shares in Aker Yards ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of 2.34 million shares at a price of NOK 460 per share. Aker Yards ASA is an international shipbuilding group focusing on sophisticated vessels and being one of the world's largest shipbuilders. January, 2007.
    • New share issue in West Siberian Resources Ltd (RU) — SEK 562.5 million

      New share issue in West Siberian Resources Ltd (RU) — SEK 562.5 million

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser and joint manager in the new share issue of 90 million shares, in the form of SDRs to qualified investors internationally. The offer price was determined by a book-building procedure. West Siberian Resources Ltd is an independent oil company active in Russia. January, 2007.
    • Divestment of Ascio Group (UK) to Group NBT plc (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Ascio Group (UK) to Group NBT plc (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the major shareholders of Ascio Technologies Holding A/S in their divestment of Ascio Group to Group NBT plc. The Ascio Group is Europe's leading provider of domain portfolio management services. Group NBT plc, an AIM listed company based in the UK, is the leading UK provider of domain names and internet-related services. January, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 10.6 million shares in KappAhl (SE) — SEK 767 million

      Secondary placing of 10.6 million shares in KappAhl (SE) — SEK 767 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of 10.6 million shares at a price of SEK 72.50 per share. KappAhl is a leading Nordic fashion chain with outlets in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Poland. The group designs and sells apparel for women, men and children through its own chain of outlets. January, 2007.
    • Acquisition by BW Offshore Limited (BM) of 12.2 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) and new share issue in BW Offshore — NOK 1.1 billion

      Acquisition by BW Offshore Limited (BM) of 12.2 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) and new share issue in BW Offshore — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Offshore Limited in the acquisition of approx. 12.2 million shares in Prosafe ASA. To finance the share purchase, BW Offshore conducted a NOK 1.1 billion placing of new shares. BW Group is one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. BW Offshore is a leading owner and operator of floating production and storage vessels outside the North Sea. Prosafe ASA is a leading owner and operator of semi-submersible service rigs and a major owner and operator of floating production and storage vessels outside the North Sea. January, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Nemi Forsikring ASA (NO) by Tryggingamiðstöðin hf (IS) — NOK 887 million
      Acquisition of Nemi Forsikring ASA (NO) by Tryggingamiðstöðin hf (IS) — NOK 887 million

      Acquisition of Nemi Forsikring ASA (NO) by Tryggingamiðstöðin hf (IS) — NOK 887 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Icelandic insurance company Tryggingamiðstöðin hf in the acquisition of Nemi Forsikring ASA. Nemi is a Norwegian multiline and niche oriented general insurance company, offering insurance cover to the utilities, commercials, marine hull, fish farming, owners and transporters of goods and aviation markets segments. December, 2006.

    • Divestment of Aker Kværner's businesses within Pulping (SE) and Power (FI) to Metso (FI) by Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 3 billion

      Divestment of Aker Kværner's businesses within Pulping (SE) and Power (FI) to Metso (FI) by Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Aker Kværner in their divestment of Aker Kværner's business within Pulping and Power to Metso. Aker Kværner is a leading global provider of engineering and construction services, technology products and integrated solutions. December, 2006.

    • Directed new share issue in Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.37 billion

      Directed new share issue in Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.37 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue and a convertible bond issue in Aker Exploration ASA. The price per share was set at NOK 61. Aker Exploration is a pure play exploration company trading Rig Capacity for License interests on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The Aker Group is a worldwide supplier of technology-based products and advanced, integrated solutions for customers in oil, gas, energy, and process industries. December, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Aker BioMarine (NO) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Directed new share issue in Aker BioMarine (NO) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 13,333,300 shares in Aker BioMarine. The price per share was set at NOK 90. Aker BioMarine utilizes its unique krill harvesting to develop its own downstream operations within the high value added nutraceutical and aquaculture feed markets. December, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 270 million

      Directed new share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 270 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 5 million new shares (3.57 per cent of outstanding shares) in PA Resources. The price per share was set at NOK 54. PA Resources is a fast growing oil- and gas group company with the business strategy to acquire, develop and exploit oil- and gas reserves, as well as explore new findings. December, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 219 million

      Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 219 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of NOK 219 million in Songa Offshore (3.5 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 62.50 per share). Songa Offshore currently owns and operates four semi submersible drilling units (1,200-1,800 feet water depth) and one 3,280 feet water depth drill ship. December, 2006.
    • Initial public offering of BE Group (SE) — SEK 1.77 billion

      Initial public offering of BE Group (SE) — SEK 1.77 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of BE Group on the Nordic list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The base share offer was more than 12 times subscribed. The selling price was set at SEK 62 per share. BE Group is one of the Nordic region’s leading trading and service companies in steel and other metals, which also has expanding operations in Eastern Europe. November, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 1.45 million shares in Orexo (SE) — SEK 175 million

      Secondary placing of 1.45 million shares in Orexo (SE) — SEK 175 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.45 million shares at a price of SEK 120 per share. Orexo is a product based drug delivery company which develops proprietary pharmaceuticals to address areas of unmet therapeutic need. November, 2006.
    • Merger between NOS (NO) and Imarex (NO) — NOK 500 million
      Merger between NOS (NO) and Imarex (NO) — NOK 500 million

      Merger between NOS (NO) and Imarex (NO) — NOK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to NOS, the Norwegian derivative clearing house, in the merger with Imarex. October, 2006.

    • Acquisition of Songa Shipholding AS (NO) by Eitzen Chemical ASA (NO) from Blystad Shipholding Inc (LIB) — USD 1.28 billion

      Acquisition of Songa Shipholding AS (NO) by Eitzen Chemical ASA (NO) from Blystad Shipholding Inc (LIB) — USD 1.28 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eitzen Chemical ASA in the acquisition of Songa Shipholding AS from Blystad Shipholding Inc. After the acquisition, Eitzen Chemical ASA, is established as one of the largest chemical tanker companies in the world. October, 2006.
    • Public offer for NEA (SE) by Segulah (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion
      Public offer for NEA (SE) by Segulah (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Public offer for NEA (SE) by Segulah (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Segulah in the public offer for NEA. NEA is one of Sweden’s largest electrical installers. NEA operates a combined electrical contracting and wholesale business. Repair shops for electrical equipment for the industry also exist as a complement. October, 2006.

    • Secondary placing of 6 million shares in KappAhl (SE) — SEK 315 million

      Secondary placing of 6 million shares in KappAhl (SE) — SEK 315 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 6 million shares at a price of SEK 52.50 per share. KappAhl is a leading Nordic fashion chain with outlets in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Poland. The group designs and sells apparel for women, men and children through its own chain of outlets. October, 2006.
    • Merger between Eltek ASA (NO) and Nera ASA (NO) — NOK 4.2 billion
      Merger between Eltek ASA (NO) and Nera ASA (NO) — NOK 4.2 billion

      Merger between Eltek ASA (NO) and Nera ASA (NO) — NOK 4.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eltek ASA in the merger with Nera ASA. The exchange ratio in the merger proposal was one Eltek share per 5.75 Nera shares with 90 per cent of the consideration in Eltek shares and 10 per cent in cash, meaning that Eltek and Nera shareholders will hold approximately 65 per cent and 35 per cent of the combined company, respectively. October, 2006.

    • Private placement of shares in Eitzen Chemical (NO) — NOK 2 billion
      Private placement of shares in Eitzen Chemical (NO) — NOK 2 billion

      Private placement of shares in Eitzen Chemical (NO) — NOK 2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the private placement of shares in Eitzen Chemical, one of the largest chemical tanker companies in the world. October, 2006.

    • Secondary placing of 856,544 shares in ODIM ASA (NO) — NOK 109 million

      Secondary placing of 856,544 shares in ODIM ASA (NO) — NOK 109 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 856,544 new shares at a price of NOK 127 per share. ODIM ASA is a fast-expanding Norwegian technology company which develops and sells advanced automation solutions, primarily cable-handling systems and winches for offshore and naval vessels. The company’s main clients are within the seismic and the supply sub-sectors. September, 2006.
    • Initial public offering of Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 770 million

      Initial public offering of Biovitrum (SE) — SEK 770 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and sole book-runner in the initial public offering of Biovitrum on the O-list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The base share offer was more than 10 times subscribed, and a total of 7,700,000 shares were sold in the offering, including the over-allotment option. The price, determined by a book-building process, was set at SEK 100 per share. Biovitrum is one of Europe’s leading biopharma companies with a broad spectrum of activities, from drug discovery, pre-clinical and clinical development to production and marketing and sales. September, 2006.
    • New share issue in Synnøve Finden ASA (NO) — NOK 40 million

      New share issue in Synnøve Finden ASA (NO) — NOK 40 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the new share issue of 1.15 million new shares at a price of NOK 35 per share. Synnøve Finden is Norway’s second largest diary manufacturer, distributor and exporter of traditional Norwegian cheese and diary products. Synnøve Finden is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. September, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Nera SatCom AS (NO) by Thrane & Thrane (DK) from Nera ASA (NO) — USD 90 million
      Acquisition of Nera SatCom AS (NO) by Thrane & Thrane (DK) from Nera ASA (NO) — USD 90 million

      Acquisition of Nera SatCom AS (NO) by Thrane & Thrane (DK) from Nera ASA (NO) — USD 90 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Thrane & Thrane in the acquisition of Nera's mobile satellite communication activities consisting of Nera SatCom and European Satellite Link. Thrane & Thrane is the world’s leading manufacturer of terminals and land earth stations for global mobile satellite communications. September, 2006.

    • Divestment of Nordwaggon AB (SE) to Transwaggon AB by AB Electrolux (SE) and AB Swedcarrier (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Nordwaggon AB (SE) to Transwaggon AB by AB Electrolux (SE) and AB Swedcarrier (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the divestment of Nordwaggon AB. Nordwaggon is an important private player in the railway market. The company operates almost 4,000 modern railway wagons. September, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Dustin AB (SE) by Altor Fund II (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Dustin AB (SE) by Altor Fund II (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Dustin AB (SE) by Altor Fund II (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Altor Equity Partners in the acquisition of Dustin AB, a leading Swedish internet based computer reseller, from the founders. Altor acquired 80 per cent of the shares, whilst the founders remain as minority owners with 20 per cent. August, 2006.

    • Directed new share issue in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 31.7 million

      Directed new share issue in Arcam AB (SE) — SEK 31.7 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the directed new share issue of SEK 31.7 million in Arcam (3.17 SEK per share). The new shares will be subscribed for by Briban Invest AB. Arcam is a high-tech company offering Free Form Fabrication (FFF) equipment for direct manufacturing of parts in metals. The equipment is used for direct manufacturing of production parts and functional prototypes for aerospace, automotive and medical applications. August, 2006.
    • Divestment of Carl Bro (DK) to Grontmij (NL) by Bure (SE) and LD Equity (DK) — Enterprise value DKK 1.2 billion

      Divestment of Carl Bro (DK) to Grontmij (NL) by Bure (SE) and LD Equity (DK) — Enterprise value DKK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bure and LD Equity in the divestment of Carl Bro to Grontmij. Carl Bro Group is an international technical consultancy company based in Denmark, Sweden, the UK and Ireland. Carl Bro provides consultancy services in the fields of building, transportation, water, environment, energy and industry. August, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 3.655 million shares in Jinhui Shipping & Transport (NO) — USD 12 million

      Secondary placing of 3.655 million shares in Jinhui Shipping & Transport (NO) — USD 12 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing in Jinhui Shipping & Transport where Golden Ocean Group Limited sold their entire holding of shares in Jinhui Shipping & Transport, a dry bulk company listed on the OSE. August, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 2.5 million shares in Oriflame (SE) — SEK 610 million

      Secondary placing of 2.5 million shares in Oriflame (SE) — SEK 610 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 2.5 million SDRs in Oriflame. Buyers were primarily Swedish and international institutions, at a price of SEK 242 per SDR. The SDRs were placed on behalf of Industri Kapital. Oriflame is an international fast growing cosmetics company that sells high quality natural skincare and cosmetics products through an independent sales force, outside the traditional retail environment. August, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Golden Ocean Group Limited (NO) — USD 20.8 million

      Directed new share issue in Golden Ocean Group Limited (NO) — USD 20.8 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 24.5 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 5.25 per share. Golden Ocean Group Limited is a Bermuda based dry bulk shipping company. August, 2006.
    • Acquisition by Bergesen Worldwide Limited (BM) of 4.8 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Acquisition by Bergesen Worldwide Limited (BM) of 4.8 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Bergesen Worldwide Limited in the acquisition of approx. 4.8 million shares, representing some 10.9 per cent of the share capital, in Prosafe ASA, the world´s leading owner and operator of semi-submersible service rigs and a major owner and operator of floating production and storage vessels outside the North Sea. Bergesen Worldwide Limited is one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. August, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Electro Canada Group (CA) by PKC Group (FI) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Electro Canada Group (CA) by PKC Group (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Electro Canada Group (CA) by PKC Group (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to PKC Group in the acquisition of the assets of Electro Canada Limited as well as the shares of Electro Canada SA de CV and Electro USA Inc. PKC Group offers design and contract manufacturing services for wiring harnesses, cabling and electronics. PKC Group has production facilities in Finland, Brazil, China, Estonia and Russia, and it employs approximately 3,600 people. August, 2006.

    • Private placements of shares in Protector Forsikring (NO) — NOK 141 million

      Private placements of shares in Protector Forsikring (NO) — NOK 141 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in two private placements of shares in Protector Forsikring to institutional investors, totalling NOK 141 million. Protector Forsikring ASA was established in 2003 as a Norwegian non-life insurance company. Protector is a small player in the Norwegian insurance market, but has gained a market leading position within insurance related to ownership changes on real estate for private individuals. The Company has also gained a strong position with Norwegian municipalities and is targeting the SME segment. July, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Tytex (DK) from Thygesen Textile Group (DK) by Jacob Holm & Sons STA (CH) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Tytex (DK) from Thygesen Textile Group (DK) by Jacob Holm & Sons STA (CH) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Tytex (DK) from Thygesen Textile Group (DK) by Jacob Holm & Sons STA (CH) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Jacob Holm & Sons STA in the acquisition of Tytex from Thygesen Textile Group – a holding company owned by the Danish private equity investor Axcel and the Thygesen family. Jacob Holm & Sons STA manufactures and markets advanced industrial non-woven textiles based on synthetic fibres such as polyester and polyprone. The textiles are applied within areas such as industrial filtration of air and liquids, performance and protective apparel and certain medical applications. Tytex manufactures and markets advanced medical textile products based on natural fibres to the global health care industry. July, 2006.

    • Asset swap with Vattenfall of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Asset swap with Vattenfall of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to DONG in the asset swap with Vattenfall of shares in Elsam. July, 2006.
    • Divestment of IBI A/S (DK) to Sjælsø Gruppen A/S (DK) — DKK 800 million

      Divestment of IBI A/S (DK) to Sjælsø Gruppen A/S (DK) — DKK 800 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the divestment of IBI to Sjælsø Gruppen. IBI is a leading Nordic property developer with offices in all four Nordic countries and newly established offices in Portugal, Spain and France. IBI develops box shops for Nordic retail chains. Sjælsø Gruppen is a project development company listed on Copenhagen Stock Exchange, primarily involved in construction of, and trade in, residential properties in Greater Copenhagen. July, 2006.
    • Divestment of NVS Installation (SE) to Triton (UK) by Segulah II LP (SE) and Priveq Investment (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of NVS Installation (SE) to Triton (UK) by Segulah II LP (SE) and Priveq Investment (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the divestment of NVS Installation to Triton. NVS is the leading heating and installation company in Sweden and Norway, with 80 offices and some 2,200 employees. June, 2006.
    • Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in respect of the fourth consecutive redemption programme in JM. JM is listed on Stockholmsbörsen. JM is Sweden’s leading housing developer; its core business is project development of residential property and, to a certain extent, commercial premises in central areas of growth markets. June, 2008.
    • Secondary listing on Stockholm Stock Exchange of PA Resources (SE)

      Secondary listing on Stockholm Stock Exchange of PA Resources (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to PA Resources in a secondary listing of the company's shares on the O-list. PA Resources is a Swedish oil & gas company founded in 1994, with offices in Stockholm, Oslo and Tunisia. PA Resources is an upstream company and operates in the first stage of the value chain: exploration and production. June, 2006.
    • Public offer for Strålfors (SE) by Posten (SE) — SEK 2.0 billion

      Public offer for Strålfors (SE) by Posten (SE) — SEK 2.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Strålfors in the public offer for Strålfors made by Posten. Strålfors is an IT-focused Business-to-Business company with a print heritage providing total solutions within the field of information transfer. Strålfors develops, produces and delivers systems, services and products for the efficient communication of information crucial to operating a business. June, 2006.
    • Public offer for Fjord Seafood (NO) by Pan Fish ASA (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 6.2 billion
      Public offer for Fjord Seafood (NO) by Pan Fish ASA (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 6.2 billion

      Public offer for Fjord Seafood (NO) by Pan Fish ASA (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 6.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Pan Fish in the public offer for Fjord Seafood. Pan Fish, which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, has become global leader within the aquaculture industry. June, 2006.

    • Public offer for Biacore International (SE) by GE Healthcare (US) — SEK 3.2 billion

      Public offer for Biacore International (SE) by GE Healthcare (US) — SEK 3.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Biacore International in the public offer for Biacore International made by GE Healthcare. Biacore is a global supplier of systems for protein interaction analysis, an area of increasing importance for scientists in the academic, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and diagnostic markets. June, 2006.
    • Merger between Teligent (SE) and Trio (SE) — Combined market cap SEK 1 billion
      Merger between Teligent (SE) and Trio (SE) — Combined market cap SEK 1 billion

      Merger between Teligent (SE) and Trio (SE) — Combined market cap SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Teligent in the merger with Trio.The merger will create a group with good financial standing. Net sales for the new group, pro forma 2005, amounted to approximately SEK 590 million, of which SEK 158 million in the Nordic region and SEK 432 million in other markets. The new group will initially have 435 employees, of which 300 in the Nordic region and 135 in other markets. June, 2006.

    • Divestment of Frödinge (SE) to Rieber & Søn (NO) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Frödinge (SE) to Rieber & Søn (NO) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Arla Foods in the divestment of Frödinge, the leading producer of chilled and frozen desserts in the Nordic region with export sales to other countries such as Germany and the UK. Rieber & Søn is one of Norway’s leading food conglomerates with production and the sale of 27 brands in 12 countries. June, 2006.
    • New share issue and IPO in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 242 million

      New share issue and IPO in Clavis Pharma ASA (NO) — NOK 242 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue of 4.88 million new shares at a price of NOK 45.50 per share, followed by a listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The new shares correspond to approximately 37 per cent of the capital of Clavis Pharma. Clavis Pharma develops new and superior pharmaceuticals based on its proprietary Lipid Vector Technology. June, 2006.
    • Divestment of 60 per cent of Jacob Holm & Sons STA (CH) to LD Equity (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of 60 per cent of Jacob Holm & Sons STA (CH) to LD Equity (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the seller Jacob Holm & Sønner A/S in the divestment of 60 per cent of the shares in Jacob Holm & Sons STA to LD Equity. Jacob Holm & Sons STA manufactures and markets advanced industrial non-woven textiles based on synthetic fibres such as polyester and polyprone. The textiles are applied within areas such as industrial filtration of air and liquids, performance and protective apparel and certain medical applications. June, 2006.
    • Rights issue in Tricorona (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Rights issue in Tricorona (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the rights issue of SEK 120 million in Tricorona. The issue was intended to finance the company's investment in emissions trading operations. Tricorona specialises in raw materials supply and related services to metallurgical and other industries. The company has been listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange O-list since 1989. June, 2006.
    • Initial public offering of Petrojarl ASA (NO) — NOK 645 million

      Initial public offering of Petrojarl ASA (NO) — NOK 645 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Petrojarl ASA, the Floating Production Storage and Offloading company which was spun-off from PGS ASA in June 2006. Petrojarl owns and operates the largest and most advanced fleet of FPSOs in the North Sea. June, 2006.
    • Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the board of directors and management in respect of the redemption programme in JM. The proposed annual dividend and redemption programme together constituted a total transfer to shareholders of approximately SEK 1.25 billion, representing some SEK 50 per share. JM is listed on Stockholmsbörsen. JM is Sweden’s leading housing developer; its core business is project development of residential property and, to a certain extent, commercial premises in central areas of growth markets. June, 2006.
    • Divestment of ABA Teknikpartner AB (SE) to Etteplan Oyi (FI) by ABA (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of ABA Teknikpartner AB (SE) to Etteplan Oyi (FI) by ABA (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of ABA Teknikpartner AB (SE) to Etteplan Oyi (FI) by ABA (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to ABA in the divestment of ABA Teknikpartner to Etteplan Oyi. ABA Teknikpartner is a leading Swedish technology consultancy company targeting the Swedish automotive industry. Etteplan Oyj is one of Finland's leading engineering design companies and supplies high-quality design services for the production and product development processes of industrial technology. May, 2006.

    • Secondary placing of 3.8 million shares in Oriflame (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Secondary placing of 3.8 million shares in Oriflame (SE) — SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary offering of 3.8 million SDRs in Oriflame. Buyers were institutional investors, at a price of SEK 280 per SDR. The SDRs were placed on behalf of Industri Kapital. Oriflame is an international fast growing cosmetics company that sells high quality natural skincare and cosmetics products through an independent sales force, outside the traditional retail environment. May, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Mehiläinen (FI) by 3i (UK) and Carema Vård och Omsorg  (SE) from Praktikertjänst (SE) — EUR 152 million

      Acquisition of Mehiläinen (FI) by 3i (UK) and Carema Vård och Omsorg (SE) from Praktikertjänst (SE) — EUR 152 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to 3i and Carema in the acquisition of Mehiläinen. Mehiläinen, founded in 1909, is a leading healthcare service provider in Finland, with a 2005 turnover of EUR 97.4 million. Mehiläinen employs 1,050 people and there are 1,800 physicians working for the company. The nationwide service network of Mehiläinen comprises 17 outpatient clinics, 7 hospitals, and occupational health care units. May, 2006.
    • Public offer for Gambro (SE) by Investor (SE) and EQT (SE) — SEK 39 billion

      Public offer for Gambro (SE) by Investor (SE) and EQT (SE) — SEK 39 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Gambro in the public cash offer and has delivered a fairness opinion in this respect. Gambro is a global medical technology company with related services. Gambro has leading positions in renal care – services and products – and blood component technology. May, 2006.
    • Acquisition of AssiDomän Cartonboard Holding (Frövi) (SE) by Kinnevik's (SE) wholly owned subsidiary Korsnäs (SE) — SEK 3.65 billion

      Acquisition of AssiDomän Cartonboard Holding (Frövi) (SE) by Kinnevik's (SE) wholly owned subsidiary Korsnäs (SE) — SEK 3.65 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Korsnäs and Kinnevik in the acquisition of AssiDomän Cartonboard Holding (Frövi). AssiDomän Cartonboard, Frövi, manufacturers liquid and packaging board primarily for food. The company has approximately 700 employees and annual sales of SEK 2.4 billion. All production takes place at the mill in Frövi and the company has sales offices in several European countries. May, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 800,000 shares in Studsvik (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Secondary placing of 800,000 shares in Studsvik (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 800,000 shares in Studsvik, on behalf of the company's majority owners, at a price of SEK 250 per share. Studsvik is a high-tech company, which develops and markets products and services that help users of nuclear technology to solve environmental, safety and quality problems. May, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Københavns Energi (incl. 34 per cent stake in Energi E2) (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.5 billion

      Acquisition of Københavns Energi (incl. 34 per cent stake in Energi E2) (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to DONG in the acquisition of Københavns Energi (incl. 34 per cent stake of Energi E2). Energi E2 is the second largest producer of electricity and heat in Denmark. May, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Energi E2 (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 17 billion

      Acquisition of Energi E2 (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 17 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to DONG in the acquisition of Energi E2. Energi E2 is the second largest producer of electricity and heat in Denmark. May, 2006.

    • Listing of Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange

      Listing of Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the listing of BW Offshore on the Oslo Stock Exchange. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). BW Offshore is part of the BW Group, one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. May, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in TradeDoubler to institutional investors, in an accelerated book built offering at a price of SEK 165 per share. TradeDoubler is a leader in affiliate marketing in Europe, measured by number of publishers and geographic presence in Europe. May, 2006.
    • Divestment of Tradera.com (SE) to eBay (US) — SEK 365 million

      Divestment of Tradera.com (SE) to eBay (US) — SEK 365 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the owners in the divestment of Tradera to eBay. Tradera was founded in 1999 and is the result of the merger between the two auction websites: mrBid and Tradera. Tradera.com enables auction-style trading for buyers and sellers throughout Sweden. Tradera is the dominant player in the Swedish online auction market with close to one million members and 750,000 ongoing listings. April, 2006.
    • New share issue in Tricorona (SE) — SEK 122.4 million

      New share issue in Tricorona (SE) — SEK 122.4 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the new share issue of 36 million shares á SEK 3.40 corresponding to a total of SEK 122.4 million in Tricorona. The shares were placed to high quality Swedish institutions. The new issues are intended to finance the company's investment in emissions trading operations. Tricorona specialises in raw materials supply and related services to metallurgical and other industries. The company has been listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange O-list since 1989. April, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Pan Fish ASA (NO) — NOK 2.6 billion

      Directed new share issue in Pan Fish ASA (NO) — NOK 2.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 400,000,000 new shares at subscription price of NOK 6.4 per share. Pan Fish, which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, is now the undisputed global leader within the aquaculture industry April, 2006.
    • Initial public offering of FIM Group Corporation (FI) — EUR 56 million

      Initial public offering of FIM Group Corporation (FI) — EUR 56 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and sole book-runner in the initial public offering of FIM Group Corporation on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. The offering, of 9.7 million shares, consisted of 3.6 million new shares and 6.1 million shares sold by existing shareholders. FIM is a well-established integrated investment firm in Finland with a strong brand and competitive position as an active asset manager, broker and investment banking services provider. April, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 39 million new shares in SeaDrill Limited. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. April, 2006.
    • New share issue in Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) — USD 300 million

      New share issue in Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) — USD 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a new share issue towards domestic and international institutions and professional investors. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). BW Offshore is part of the BW Group, one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. April, 2006
    • Public offer for Smedvig ASA (NO) by SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 15.6 billion
      Public offer for Smedvig ASA (NO) by SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 15.6 billion

      Public offer for Smedvig ASA (NO) by SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 15.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to SeaDrill in the public offer for Smedvig. Smedvig is a leading offshore drilling contractor headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. The Company offers drilling and well services within three main markets: mobile units, tender rigs and well services. April, 2006.

    • Merger between Lawson Software (US) and Intentia International (SE) — USD 480 million

      Merger between Lawson Software (US) and Intentia International (SE) — USD 480 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Lawson Software in the execution of the merger with Intentia International. Lawson Software provides business application software and consulting services that put time on the side of services organizations in the healthcare, retail, government and education, banking and insurance and other markets. April, 2006.
    • Divestment of Alignment Systems AB (SE) to FSN Capital Limited Partnership II (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Alignment Systems AB (SE) to FSN Capital Limited Partnership II (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to 3i and Accent Equity in the divestment of Alignment Systems to FSN Capital Limited Partners II. Alignment Systems is the world leading provider of collision repair and car body alignment concepts. The company is represented globally through Car-O-Liner and Josam subsidiaries and national distributors in more than 60 countries. More than 35,000 Car-O-Liner collision repair systems are in use around the world. March, 2006.
    • Public offer for Koninklijke Frans Maas N.V,. (NL) by DSV A/S (DK) — DKK 3.2 billion

      Public offer for Koninklijke Frans Maas N.V,. (NL) by DSV A/S (DK) — DKK 3.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser to DSV in the public offer for Koninklijke Frans Maas. DSV is a Danish company operating under the name DFDS Transport as a global supplier of transport and logistics services and Frans Maas is a pan-European transportation and logistics service provider. March, 2006.
    • New share issue in Pan Fish ASA (NO) — NOK 695 million

      New share issue in Pan Fish ASA (NO) — NOK 695 million

      Carnegie acted as joint-lead manager in the private placement of NOK 695 million in Pan Fish ASA (120 million new shares). The purpose of the share issue was to fund the purchase of ~84 million shares in Fjord Seafood, the world's 4th largest aquaculture company, bringing Pan Fish's ownership in Fjord to 39.97 per cent. Pan Fish, which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, is now the undisputed global leader within the aquaculture industry with an estimated harvest volume of ~350,000 tonnes in 2006. March, 2006.
    • New share issue in Pan Fish ASA (NO) — NOK 5.45 billion

      New share issue in Pan Fish ASA (NO) — NOK 5.45 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the private placement of NOK 5.45 billion in Pan Fish ASA (1,250 million new shares). The transaction was part of the financing of the acquisition of Marine Harvest, the world’s largest aquaculture company. Pan Fish, which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, is now the undisputed global leader within the aquaculture industry with an estimated harvest volume of approximately 350,000 tonnes in 2006. March, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 131 million

      Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 131 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of NOK 131 million in Funcom (4.3 million shares). Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). Funcom will release Age of Conan in the fourth quarter of 2006. March, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Medihem (SE) by Carema Vård och Omsorg  (SE) and 3i (UK) from Praktikertjänst (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Medihem (SE) by Carema Vård och Omsorg (SE) and 3i (UK) from Praktikertjänst (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Carema and 3i in the acquisition of Medihem. Medihem is one of Sweden’s oldest private elderly care companies. Medihem has annual revenues of some SEK 400 million and approximately 600 employees. March, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Marine Harvest (NL) by Pan Fish ASA (NO) from Nutreco (NL) — EUR 1.3 billion
      Acquisition of Marine Harvest (NL) by Pan Fish ASA (NO) from Nutreco (NL) — EUR 1.3 billion

      Acquisition of Marine Harvest (NL) by Pan Fish ASA (NO) from Nutreco (NL) — EUR 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Pan Fish in connection with the acquisition of Marine Harvest from Nutreco. Pan Fish, which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, has become global leader within the aquaculture industry. March, 2006.

    • Divestment of Wonderland AS (NO) by Foinco AS (NO) to Ferd Private Equity Fund (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Wonderland AS (NO) by Foinco AS (NO) to Ferd Private Equity Fund (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Foinco in the divestment of Wonderland. In 2005 Wonderland, Norway’s leading producer of mattresses, had a turnover of approximately NOK 212 million and an EBITA of some NOK 23 million. The company was established in 2004, in connection with the acquisition of the business from Stokke AS, though the Wonderland trademark itself dates back to 1981. March, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Frigstad Offshore (SG) — USD 215 million

      Directed new share issue in Frigstad Offshore (SG) — USD 215 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the new share issue of USD 215 million in Frigstad (21.5 million shares). Frigstad Offshore has conducted rig operations in South America, Asia and the Middle East since 1989. As an offshore drilling contractor, the company has grown steadily, and is today fully developed in all aspects of operating offshore oil drilling rigs. March, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 365 million

      Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 365 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the new share issue of NOK 365 million in Songa Offshore (6.3 million shares). Songa Offshore currently owns and operates two 1,500 feet capacity semi submersibles and one 2,750 feet water depth drill ship. March, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 5.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 343 million

      Secondary placing of 5.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 343 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary offering of 5.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia. The placing, representing 6.6 per cent of capital and votes in Intrum Justitia, was made behalf of Bo Göransson’s investment company, Parkerhouse Investments B.V., thereby reducing his remaining ownership in the company to 3.8 per cent. Buyers were Swedish and international institutions. February, 2006.
    • Initial public offering of KappAhl (SE) — SEK 1.8 billion

      Initial public offering of KappAhl (SE) — SEK 1.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of KappAhl on the O-list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The base share offer was subscribed more than 8 times, and was still 7 times subscribed after the vendors elected to use their option to "upscale". KappAhl is a leading Nordic fashion chain with outlets in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Poland. The group designs and sells apparel for women, men and children through its own chain of outlets. February, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 2.5 million shares in Oriflame (SE) — SEK 588 million

      Secondary placing of 2.5 million shares in Oriflame (SE) — SEK 588 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary offering of 2.5 million shares in Oriflame. The placing, representing 4.2 per cent of capital and votes in Oriflame, was made behalf of Industri Kapital. Buyers were primarily Swedish and international institutions. After the placing Industri Kapital holds 11.8 per cent in Oriflame. February, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 1.4 billion

      Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 20 million shares in SeaDrill Limited. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. February, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 1.8 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 329 million

      Secondary placing of 1.8 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 329 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary offering of 1.8 million shares in Unibet. The placing was done behalf of the company’s founder & chairman, Anders Ström (1.5 million shares) and fellow board member Peter Lindell (0.3 million shares). Buyers were primarily UK and Swedish institutions. After the placing Anders Ström remains Unibet’s single largest shareholder, with a 20 per cent holding. Unibet has been listed on the O list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange since 2004. February, 2006.
    • Divestment of Dila Logistik AB (SE) to Tradimus (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Dila Logistik AB (SE) to Tradimus (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the two founder families in their divestment of Dila Logistik to Tradimus. Dila Logistik, based in Jönköping, is engaged in third party logistics services. Dila Logistik has a turnover of some SEK 90 million and an outstanding profitability record. February, 2006.
    • Private placement of new shares in Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — USD 46 million

      Private placement of new shares in Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — USD 46 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of new shares in OTC-listed Arrow Seismic ASA, a subsidiary of Rieber Shipping ASA. Arrow is a vessel owning company in the seismic industry. Arrow owns one existing vessel that will be converted to a seismic multi-streamer vessel and has a contract for two state-of-the-art newbuilds. February, 2006.
    • Divestment of Vest-Wood A/S (DK) to JELD-WEN, Inc (US) by DOOR Holding A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Vest-Wood A/S (DK) to JELD-WEN, Inc (US) by DOOR Holding A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to DOOR Holding, which is a holding company set up by the private equity investors Axcel, Polaris and Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch, in their divestment of Vest-Wood A/S, the largest European manufacturer and supplier of door solutions, to US-based JELD-WEN, inc. The purchase price was not disclosed. January, 2006.
    • Divestment of Rosti A/S' HDPE/PP packaging business in Germany and Denmark (DE/DK) to Polimoon (NO) — EUR 17.7 million

      Divestment of Rosti A/S' HDPE/PP packaging business in Germany and Denmark (DE/DK) to Polimoon (NO) — EUR 17.7 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Rosti A/S in the divestment of the HDPE/PP packaging business in Germany and Denmark to Polimoon. Rosti A/S is a subsidiary in the A.P. Møller – Mærsk Group. The Rosti Group holds a leading position within manufacturing, developing and selling of technical plastic products with 15 operations in Europe, USA, Mexico and China. The company employs approximately 2,000 employees worldwide. In 2004 Rosti Group had a turnover of DKK 1,436 million and an EBITDA of DKK 58 million. January, 2006.
    • Rights issue in TK Development (DK) — DKK 561 million

      Rights issue in TK Development (DK) — DKK 561 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager to TK Development in the company's DKK 561 million rights issue, by the issue of approximately 14 million shares. The TK Development Group develops and operates real property within a variety of predetermined segments, both nationally and internationally. The core activities consist of establishing shopping centres, megastores and corporate headquarters properties. January, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 4.95 billion

      Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 4.95 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 75 million shares in SeaDrill Limited. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. January, 2006.
    • Divestment of Semper (SE) by Triton (SE) to Hero (CH) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Semper (SE) by Triton (SE) to Hero (CH) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Triton in the divestment of Semper to Hero. Semper is the Swedish market leader in baby foods and the Nordic and UK market leader in gluten-free products. Within baby foods Semper also holds strong market positions in the other Nordic countries and in Russia. Semper was founded in 1938 by Dr Axel Wenner-Gren and has sales of around SEK 670 million. January, 2006.
    • Divestment of Naturapoteket (SE) by Wilh. Sonesson (SE) to Norsk Vekst Private Equity (NO) — SEK 70 million

      Divestment of Naturapoteket (SE) by Wilh. Sonesson (SE) to Norsk Vekst Private Equity (NO) — SEK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Wilh. Sonesson in the divestment of Naturapoteket to Norsk Vekst Private Equity. Naturapoteket is Sweden's largest integrated specialist health food retailer with 50 boutiques throughout Sweden. The products sold include health supplements, natural remedies, sport and fitness products, skin and hair care products and other self-care products. Sales in 2004 amounted to approx. SEK 180 million, of which 35 per cent generated from own-branded products. January, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Ahlsell (SE) by Cinven (UK) and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Ahlsell (SE) by Cinven (UK) and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Cinven in the acquisition of Ahlsell. Ahlsell is one of the Nordic region’s leading trading companies in installation products, tools and machinery, offering products and peripheral services to professional users in the following product segments: Heating & Plumbing, Electrical, Tools, Refrigeration and Do-It-Yourself. The Group has an annual turnover of approximately SEK 17 billion and approximately 4,000 employees. January, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 249 million

      Directed new share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 249 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of NOK 249 million in PA Resources (7 million shares). PA Resources AB is a Swedish oil & gas company founded in 1994, with offices in Stockholm, Oslo and Tunisia. PA Resources is an upstream company and operates in the first stage of the value chain: exploration and production. January, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 22 million shares in Ocean Rig (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      Secondary placing of 22 million shares in Ocean Rig (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary offering of 22 million shares in Ocean Rig. Ocean Rig owns and operates Leiv Eiriksson and Eirik Raude, two of the world’s largest and most modern drilling rigs, built for ultra deep water and extreme weather conditions. January, 2006.
    • Divestment of Kirk telecom A/S (DK) to SpectraLink Inc. (US) by the owners (comprising company management and Dansk Kapitalanlæge (DK) — DKK 388 million

      Divestment of Kirk telecom A/S (DK) to SpectraLink Inc. (US) by the owners (comprising company management and Dansk Kapitalanlæge (DK) — DKK 388 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the sellers in the divestment of Kirk telecom A/S to SpectraLink Inc.Kirk telecom is a leading designer and manufacturer of wireless servers and DECT handsets for business users and, through the subsidiary Scantel, a leading designer of wired and wireless telephones for private individuals. The products are distributed worldwide through resellers and distributors. January, 2006.
    • Divestment of TAG systems AS (NO) by Kroton AS (NO) to EDB Business Partner (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Divestment of TAG systems AS (NO) by Kroton AS (NO) to EDB Business Partner (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Kroton AS, the holding company of TAG Systems' founder, Mr. Ståle Lønnum in the divestment of TAG Systems AS to EDB Business Partner. TAG Systems AS was incorporated in 1991, and is a VISA and MasterCard certified company. The company supplies banks with card personalisation and other services for their card activities. TAG currently supplies both Norwegian and international banking and finance customers. In addition, TAG supplies customers in other sectors. January, 2006.
    • Merger between Ofotens og Vesteraalens Dampskibsselskab ASA (OVDS) (NO) and Troms Fylkes Dampskibsselskap ASA (TFDS) (NO)
      Merger between Ofotens og Vesteraalens Dampskibsselskab ASA (OVDS) (NO) and Troms Fylkes Dampskibsselskap ASA (TFDS) (NO)

      Merger between Ofotens og Vesteraalens Dampskibsselskab ASA (OVDS) (NO) and Troms Fylkes Dampskibsselskap ASA (TFDS) (NO)

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Ofotens og Vesteraalens Dampskibsselskab ASA (OVDS) in the merger with Troms Fylkes Dampskibsselskap ASA (TFDS). The merged company, which has been named Hurtigruten Group ASA, will be a leading company within Explorer cruise, Tourism and Public transport. Hurtigruten Group is headquartered in Norway and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with the ticker HRG. The company will have an annual turnover of about NOK 4 billion and approximately 3,400 employees. December, 2005.

    • Public offer for Aspiro (SE) by Schibsted ASA (NO) — SEK 347 million

      Public offer for Aspiro (SE) by Schibsted ASA (NO) — SEK 347 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Schibstedt ASA in the public offer, made in accordance with the rules for mandatory offers, for Aspiro. After completion of the offer Schibsted owned, directly or indirectly, shares corresponding to 43.8 per cent of shares and votes in Aspiro. Aspiro provides mobile content services direct to consumers in the Nordic region, rest of Europe and North America and is the Nordic market leader. Aspiro has a broad portfolio of attractive mobile services like games, ring tones, background images, video clips, text directory inquiries and sports scores. December, 2005.
    • Divestment of EAC Nutrition (DK) to Royal Numico N.V. (NL) by The East Asiatic Company Ltd. A/S (DK) — DKK 9 billion

      Divestment of EAC Nutrition (DK) to Royal Numico N.V. (NL) by The East Asiatic Company Ltd. A/S (DK) — DKK 9 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to The East Asiatic Company Ltd. A/S in the divestment of EAC Nutrition to Royal Numico N.V. EAC Nutrition primarily produces and markets nutrition products tailored for children from birth to early adolescence. The cornerstones of the product range are Infant Formula and Follow-on products for infants who need a supplement to breast milk and Growing Up Milk products for children from 1 to 10 years. December, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 190 million

      Initial public offering of Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 190 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Funcom on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). Funcom will release Age of Conan in the fourth quarter of 2006. December, 2005.
    • Acquisition of Sydsvenska Kemi (SE) by PAI Partners (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Sydsvenska Kemi (SE) by PAI Partners (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to PAI Partners in the acquisition of Sydsvenska Kemi. Sydsvenska Kemi is the holding company of the leading speciality chemicals group Perstorp AB. December, 2005.
    • Divestment of all alpine skiing related subsidiaries and assets of Trysilfjellet BA (NO) to SKISTAR AB (SE) — NOK 241 million

      Divestment of all alpine skiing related subsidiaries and assets of Trysilfjellet BA (NO) to SKISTAR AB (SE) — NOK 241 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Trysilfjellet BA in the divestment of all alpine skiing related subsidiaries and assets in Trysilfjellet BA to SKISTAR AB. Trysilfjellet BA is the owner and operator of the alpine skiing facilities in Trysil, Norway. November, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Orexo (SE) — SEK 333 million

      Initial public offering of Orexo (SE) — SEK 333 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Orexo on the O-list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The offering, which consisted of 3.7 million newly issued shares, was fully subscribed. Orexo is a product based drug delivery company which develops proprietary pharmaceuticals to address areas of unmet therapeutic need. November, 2005.
    • Rights issue in Biotage AB (SE) — SEK 48 million

      Rights issue in Biotage AB (SE) — SEK 48 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the rights issue in Biotage AB. Slightly more than 8 million new shares have been issued, bringing to the company approximately SEK 48.3 million, excluding costs. Biotage AB is a leading supplier of complete solutions for Medicinal Chemistry Research and Applied Genetic Analysis. November, 2005.
    • Divestment of Bohmans Fanérfabrik (SE), OOO Bohamns (RU) and several additional sister companies to DLH Group (DK) by Bohman Investments SA (LU) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Bohmans Fanérfabrik (SE), OOO Bohamns (RU) and several additional sister companies to DLH Group (DK) by Bohman Investments SA (LU) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bohman Investments SA in the divestment of Bohmans Fanérfabrik to DLH Group. Bohmans Fanérfabrik is specialized in hardwoods, including veneers and solid hardwood. November, 2005.
    • New share issue in Observer AB (SE) — SEK 108 million

      New share issue in Observer AB (SE) — SEK 108 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the directed new share issue of four million shares in Observer AB. Observer is the world leader in communication management and business intelligence. Observer's services enable clients to identify the right target audience, distribute information and monitor and analyze their media image. November, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Initial public offering of TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of TradeDoubler on the O-list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The share offer was six times subscribed and a total of almost 12 million shares were sold in the global offering, including the over-allotment option.TradeDoubler is a leader in affiliate marketing in Europe, measured by number of publishers and geographic presence in Europe. November, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 2.1 million shares in Opticom ASA (NO) — NOK 143 million

      Secondary placing of 2.1 million shares in Opticom ASA (NO) — NOK 143 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary offering of 2.1 million shares in Opticom ASA. The shares were placed with a limited number of domestic and international investors at NOK 68 per share, i.e. at market close. Opticom has operated as a research and development company within the emerging field of polymer electronics. The company has focused solely on developing storage and memory devices from polymeric materials which can be processed in liquid state. November, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Cermaq (NO) — NOK 1.5 billion

      Initial public offering of Cermaq (NO) — NOK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in the initial public offering of Cermaq on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The offering was 11 times subscribed. Cermaq is a leading global aquaculture company with production in Norway, Chile, Canada and Scotland. The company is world number two both within salmon farming (Mainstream), with more than 100,000 tonnes of production and within salmonid feed (EWOS), with about a 34 per cent global market share. October, 2005.
    • Merger between Exploration Resources ASA (NO) and Multiwave Geophysical Company ASA (NO) — EV of combined entity NOK 2.3 billion

      Merger between Exploration Resources ASA (NO) and Multiwave Geophysical Company ASA (NO) — EV of combined entity NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Exploration Resources in the merger with Multiwave Geophysical Company. The combined company will be a Bergen based leading provider of marine seismic services to the global oil and gas industry, with focus on towed seismic, multiclient seismic services, and 4C/4D/seabed logging operations. October, 2005.
    • Public offer for Exploration Resources ASA (NO) by Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (FR) — NOK 2.2 million

      Public offer for Exploration Resources ASA (NO) by Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (FR) — NOK 2.2 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Exploration Resources ASA in respect of a public offer from Fugro NV. Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (CGG) launched a friendly counter offer which was 17 percent above the Fugro offer, and proceeded with a mandatory offer to all shareholders. The company was subsequently delisted. Exploration Resources is a leading provider of marine seismic services to the global oil and gas industry with focus on towed seismic, multiclient seismic services, and 4C/4D/ seabed logging operations. October, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Bergesen Worldwide Gas ASA (NO) — NOK 4.7 billion

      Initial public offering of Bergesen Worldwide Gas ASA (NO) — NOK 4.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Bergesen Worldwide Gas ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The share offer was 2.3 times subscribed and a total of almost 58 million shares were sold in the global offering, including the over-allotment option. Bergesen Worldwide Gas is one of the world's largest independent shipowners and has the world's largest fleet of liquefied petrolium gas (LPG) carriers, as well as a large and growing LNG shipping business. October, 2005.
    • Demerger of Q-Free's business segment Ticketing (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Demerger of Q-Free's business segment Ticketing (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as lead manager to Q-Free in the demerger of the company's business segment Ticketing. Q-Free is a global supplier of equipment, software and services for road pricing systems, access control and tracking systems, ticketing solutions and related services. Based in Norway, the company has subsidiaries in Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia and China and employs some 200 people. 2004 revenues October, 2005.
    • Divestment of Semper Food Service (SE) by Semper (SE) to Cerealia Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Semper Food Service (SE) by Semper (SE) to Cerealia Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Semper in the divestment of Semper Food Service to Cerealia Foods. Included in the transaction is the Laholm production facility as well as the external sales and marketing agreements related to the food service operations. September, 2005.
    • New share issue in Biotage AB (SE) — SEK 97 million

      New share issue in Biotage AB (SE) — SEK 97 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of ten million shares in Biotage AB. Biotage AB is a leading supplier of complete solutions for Medicinal Chemistry Research and Applied Genetic Analysis. September, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Kongsberg Automotive (NO) — NOK 242 million

      Secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Kongsberg Automotive (NO) — NOK 242 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in FSN Capital Limited Partnership I's NOK 242 million secondary offering of 4.4 million shares in Kongsberg Automotive. The shares were sold to domestic and international investors. Kongsberg Automotive is a global technology company, headquartered in Norway, manufacturing systems, modules and components for the automotive and commercial vehicles industries. September, 2005.
    • Divestment of Esko-Graphics' packaging pre-press technology business by Kirkbi A/S (DK) to Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Esko-Graphics' packaging pre-press technology business by Kirkbi A/S (DK) to Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Esko-Graphics' packaging business head-quartered in Belgium has operations in 27 countries world-wide and supplies pre-press equipment, software and services to the global packaging industry. Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Kirkbi A/S. September, 2005.
    • Divestment of Mjøskraft AS (NO) by Hafslund ASA (NO) to Eidsiva energi Holding AS (NO) — NOK 588 million

      Divestment of Mjøskraft AS (NO) by Hafslund ASA (NO) to Eidsiva energi Holding AS (NO) — NOK 588 million

      Carnegie acted as broker in the divestment of Hafslund's shares in Mjøkraft to Eidsiva energi Holding. Mjøkraft is a medium size regional downstream electricity company based in Gjøvik, Oppland. Mjøskraft is a considerable distribution grid owner and electricity retailer in and around Gjøvik. September, 2005.
    • Public tender offer for Capona (SE) by Home Invest AS (NO) — SEK 1 billion

      Public tender offer for Capona (SE) by Home Invest AS (NO) — SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Home Invest AS in the tender offer for Capona. September, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 5 million shares in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 403 million

      Secondary placing of 5 million shares in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 403 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in Industrifonden's SEK 403 million secondary offering of 5 million shares in Micronic Laser Systems. Buyers were a limited number of institutions, primarily in Sweden. Micronic Laser Systems is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks. September, 2005.
    • New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 53.2 million

      New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 53.2 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 4.3 million shares in Tandberg Data. Tandberg Data is a leading global supplier and manufacturer of professional tape information storage products based on the SLR™, LTO™ and DLTtape™ linear technology platforms. The company offers secondary storage products based on tape drives, autoloaders, libraries, media, software and hardware components for mainstream configurations. September, 2005.
    • Merger between Telavie AS (NO), formerly Bravida Telecom, with Flextronics Network Services (SE), to form Relacom — Amount not disclosed.
      Merger between Telavie AS (NO), formerly Bravida Telecom, with Flextronics Network Services (SE), to form Relacom — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger between Telavie AS (NO), formerly Bravida Telecom, with Flextronics Network Services (SE), to form Relacom — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Altor Equity Partners AB in the merger between Telavie and Flextronics Network Services to form Relacom. The merged company, Relacom, employs some 10,000 people in 18 countries and has annual revenues of around USD 1 billion. September, 2005.

    • Divestment of Holiday Club Finland Ltd (FI) by Procurator Ltd and funds managed by CapMan (FI) to London & Regional Properties (UK) — Approx. EUR 120 million

      Divestment of Holiday Club Finland Ltd (FI) by Procurator Ltd and funds managed by CapMan (FI) to London & Regional Properties (UK) — Approx. EUR 120 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the sellers in the divestment of Holiday Club Finland Ltd to London & Regional Properties. Holiday Club Finland is the leading Finnish supplier of leisure travel services. Operations include six spa hotels in Finland, a new spa hotel in Åre, Sweden, and nine other holiday resorts. August, 2005.
    • Divestment by Chr. Hansen Holding (DK) of its food ingredients business to PAI partners (DK) — DKK 8.2 billion

      Divestment by Chr. Hansen Holding (DK) of its food ingredients business to PAI partners (DK) — DKK 8.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Chr. Hansen Holding in the divestment of its food ingredients business to PAI partners. The food ingredients business operated under the name of Chr. Hansen is a global market leader within rennet enzymes, cultures and natural colours for the food industry and has strong regional market positions within flavour solutions. August, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 108 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 108 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of twelve million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. The proceeds from the new share issue will mainly be used as equity finance in the second ultra deep water semi submersible drilling rig which the company has signed with Jurong Shipyard. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. August, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 63.5 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 63.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the new share issue of ten million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. The proceeds from the new share issue will mainly be used to fund the company's investment in Apexindo. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. August, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 9.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 562 million

      Secondary placing of 9.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 562 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in Industri Kapital's SEK 562 million secondary offering of 9.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia. Industri Kapital has gradually decreased its ownership in Intrum Justitia since the IPO in June 2002. Intrum Justitia AB is a leading European receivable management company. The company's services span from the initial invoice to the final payment. August, 2005.
    • Divestment of InfoCare ASA (NO) by Fujitsu, 3i, Helge B Risnes and others (NO) to CapMan (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of InfoCare ASA (NO) by Fujitsu, 3i, Helge B Risnes and others (NO) to CapMan (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the divestment of InfoCare ASA to CapMan. InfoCare ASA is a supplier-independent Nordic IT services group with specialized concepts in on-site services, workshop repair and spare part logistics. August, 2005.
    • Divestment of Bredbandsbolaget (SE) by Access Industries (US), The Carlyle Group (UK) and Investor (SE) to Telenor (NO) — SEK 6 billion

      Divestment of Bredbandsbolaget (SE) by Access Industries (US), The Carlyle Group (UK) and Investor (SE) to Telenor (NO) — SEK 6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser to Access Industries, The Carlyle Group and Investor in the divestment of Bredbandsbolaget to Telenor. Bredbandsbolaget is the second largest provider of broadband services in Sweden with 335,000 customers representing a 24 per cent market share. July, 2005.
    • Public offer for KOMPAN A/S (DK) by Nordic Capital (DK) — DKK 739 million

      Public offer for KOMPAN A/S (DK) by Nordic Capital (DK) — DKK 739 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the board of directors of KOMPAN in the tender offer from Nordic Capital to acquire KOMPAN. KOMPAN is a world-leading supplier of playgrounds and related equipment. June, 2005.
    • Divestment of Oy Panda AB (FI) by MB Funds (FI) and company management to Orkla ASA (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Oy Panda AB (FI) by MB Funds (FI) and company management to Orkla ASA (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to MB Funds in the divestment of Panda to Orkla. Panda produces and markets liquorice and chocolate products under the Panda brand. June, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 3.5 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 184 million

      Secondary placing of 3.5 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 184 million

      Carnegie acted as broker in Industri Kapital's SEK 184 million secondary offering of 3.5 million shares in Intrum Justitia. The volume brokered was equal to approximately 15 days average trading in the stock. Intrum Justitia AB is a leading European receivable management company. The company's services span from the initial invoice to the final payment. June, 2005.
    • New share issue in Biotage AB (SE) — SEK 34 million

      New share issue in Biotage AB (SE) — SEK 34 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 3.4 million shares in Biotage AB. Biotage AB is a leading supplier of complete solutions for Medicinal Chemistry Research and Applied Genetic Analysis. June, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Kongsberg Automotive (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Initial public offering of Kongsberg Automotive (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as global coordinator and lead manager in the initial public offering of Kongsberg Automotive on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Kongsberg Automotive is a global technology company, headquartered in Norway, manufacturing systems, modules and components for the automotive and commercial vehicles industries. June, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Tallinna Vesi (EE) — EUR 55.5 million

      Initial public offering of Tallinna Vesi (EE) — EUR 55.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Tallinna Vesti (Tallin Water) on the Tallin Stock Exchange, responsible for selling into the Nordic region. Estonian retail investors and Baltic institutional investors each acquired 20 per cent of the six million shares put up for sale. Scandinavian investors bought 29 per cent and other European investors acquired 31 per cent. There was a sevenfold oversubscription in the institutional offering. June, 2005.
    • New share issue and secondary placings of shares in Northern Oil (NO) — NOK 107.45 million

      New share issue and secondary placings of shares in Northern Oil (NO) — NOK 107.45 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue and secondary placing of 30.7 million shares in Northern Oil. Northern Oil ASA, now Norse Energy Corp. ASA (NEC), is an OSE listed oil company involved in exploration, production and gathering of oil and gas in the US and Brazil. June, 2005.
    • New share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 153 million

      New share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 153 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of three million shares in PA Resources. PA Resources AB is a Swedish oil & gas company founded in 1994, with offices in Stockholm, Oslo and Tunis. PA Resources is an upstream company and operates in the first stage of the value chain: exploration and production. June, 2005.
    • New share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 612 million

      New share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 612 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of seven million shares in PA Resources. PA Resources AB is a Swedish oil & gas company founded in 1994, with offices in Stockholm, Oslo and Tunisia. PA Resources is an upstream company and operates in the first stage of the value chain: exploration and production. June, 2005.
    • New share issue and secondary placings of shares in Northern Oil (NO) — NOK 107.45 million

      New share issue and secondary placings of shares in Northern Oil (NO) — NOK 107.45 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue and secondary placing of 30.7 million shares in Northern Oil. Northern Oil ASA, now Norse Energy Corp. ASA (NEC), is an OSE listed oil company involved in exploration, production and gathering of oil and gas in the US and Brazil. June, 2005.
    • Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the new share issue and initial public offering on Oslo Børs. Eastern Drilling ASA is a Norwegian based offshore drilling company. The objective of Eastern Drilling is to own and operate drilling rigs and drilling vessels and conduct activities related thereto. June, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 152 million

      Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 152 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in G. C. Rieber & Co's NOK 152 million secondary offering of 1 million shares in marine seismic company Exploration Resources. June, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 38 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 38 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of ten million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. June, 2005.
    • Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the new share issue and initial public offering on Oslo Børs. Eastern Drilling ASA is a Norwegian based offshore drilling company. The objective of Eastern Drilling is to own and operate drilling rigs and drilling vessels and conduct activities related thereto. June, 2005.
    • New share issue in Tandberg Storage (NO) — NOK 13 million

      New share issue in Tandberg Storage (NO) — NOK 13 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 5.7 million shares in Tandberg Storage. Tandberg Storage focuses its core competence on basic tape drive design, manufacturing and OEM sales to the low and midrange markets. June, 2005.
    • Acquisition of J.H. Bachmann GmbH (DE) by DSV A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of J.H. Bachmann GmbH (DE) by DSV A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DSV in the acquisition from Imperial Holdings (SA) of J.H. Bachmann, an Air & Sea company headquartered in Germany and represented in 11 countries in Europe and Asia. June, 2005.
    • Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 966 million

      Redemption offer in JM (SE) — SEK 966 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the board of directors and management in respect of the redemption programme in JM. The offer involved redemption of a maximum of every 8th share held in JM at a price of SEK 285 per share. A total of almost 3.4 million shares were tendered for redemption, corresponding to 96.6 per cent of the maximum number of shares which could be redeemed in accordance with the offer. JM is Sweden's leading housing developer; its core business is project development of residential property and, to a certain extent, commercial premises in central areas of growth markets. June, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 965,000 shares in Meda AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Secondary placing of 965,000 shares in Meda AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 965,000 shares in Meda AB to a small number of Swedish and international institutions. The placing, which was approximately 3 times covered, was priced at SEK 315 per share, equating to approximately 100 times the average daily trading volume during the last 12 months. Meda AB is a leading Nordic supplier of pharmaceuticals. May, 2005.
    • Divestment of Svensk Etanolkemi AB, Sekab  (SE) by Akzo Nobel and Domsjö Fabriker (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Svensk Etanolkemi AB, Sekab (SE) by Akzo Nobel and Domsjö Fabriker (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Akzo Nobel and Domsjö Fabriker in the divestment of Svensk Etanolkemi AB (Sekab) to a private consortium comprising Länsförsäkringar in Västerbotten, Skellefteå Kraft, Övik Energi, Umeå Energi and others. Sekab is primarily active in three areas: ethanol, ethanol derivates, and ethanol fuels. Sekab supplies biological ethanol for a number of different applications from Sweden's only factory manufacturing ethanol from forestry raw materials. May, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 30 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 30 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of ten million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. May, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 3.4 million shares in MTV Production (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Secondary placing of 3.4 million shares in MTV Production (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of Bonnier's entire 24 per cent holding of shares in MTV Production to a small number of Swedish and international institutions. May, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Polimoon (NO) — NOK 705 million

      Initial public offering of Polimoon (NO) — NOK 705 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Polimoon on Oslo Børs. The offer included a new share issue and a placing of existing shares. Polimoon is a leading European plastics converter with operations in Northern and Central Europe. April, 2005.
    • Repurchase programme in LjungbergGruppen (SE) —  SEK 154 million

      Repurchase programme in LjungbergGruppen (SE) — SEK 154 million

      Carnegie was receiving office for applications and also provided a commission free dealing service for certain shareholders. In essence, shareholders received repurchase rights for one series B share for every twenty series A or B shares held. LjungbergGruppen acquires, owns, develops and administers real estate in the Stockholm region. April, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 2.3 million shares in Alma Media (FI) — EUR 37 million

      Secondary placing of 2.3 million shares in Alma Media (FI) — EUR 37 million

      Carnegie acted as sole broker in the secondary offering of 2.3 million shares in Alma Media. Alma Media's main businesses are newspaper publishing, the production and distribution of business information, television and radio broadcasting, and contract printing services. April, 2005.
    • Public offer for CloettaFazer (SE) by Fazer (FI) — SEK 4.4 billion

      Public offer for CloettaFazer (SE) by Fazer (FI) — SEK 4.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the board of directors of CloettaFazer in respect of the public bid by Fazer. The CloettaFazer Board of Directors recommended shareholders not to accept the bid. At the bid expiry, Fazer's ownership in CloettaFazer had risen slightly to 52.4 per cent of votes. CloettaFazer is the Nordic region's leading confectionery company, with a market share of around 22 per cent. March, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 5.7 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — EUR 35 million

      Secondary placing of 5.7 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — EUR 35 million

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser in the secondary placing of 5.7 million shares in Intrum Justitia on behalf of IndustriKapital. Intrum Justitia AB is a leading European receivable management company. The company's services span from the initial invoice to the final payment. March, 2005.
    • Divestment of Entific Medical Systems (SE) to Cochlear (AU) by CapMan, Investor Growth Capital and Nobel Biocare (SE) — SEK 1,050 million

      Divestment of Entific Medical Systems (SE) to Cochlear (AU) by CapMan, Investor Growth Capital and Nobel Biocare (SE) — SEK 1,050 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Investor Growth Capital, Capman and Nobel Biocare in the divestment of Entific Medical Systems to Cochlear, Australia. Entific develops and markets a bone anchored titanium implant system for hearing aids which is primarily used to remedy certain hearing impairments, such as conductive hearing loss and single sided deafness. March, 2005.
    • Acquisition of Attendo AB (SE) by Bridgepoint (UK) — SEK 2.2 billion

      Acquisition of Attendo AB (SE) by Bridgepoint (UK) — SEK 2.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bridgepoint in the the tender offer for all outstanding shares and convertible bonds in Attendo AB, a leading supplier of goods and services for elderly and disabled people. March, 2005.
    • New share issue in PA Resources AB (NO) — NOK 33 million

      New share issue in PA Resources AB (NO) — NOK 33 million

      Carnegie acted as book-runner and lead manager in the new share issue in PA Resources AB to new and existing Norwegian institutional and private investors. PA Resources is an upstream company and operates in the first stage of the value chain: exploration and production. March, 2005.
    • New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the new share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources. Exploration Resources is a focused marine seismic company which owns four seismic vessels: Polar Princess, Polar Search, Polar Duke and Polar Venturer. March, 2005.
    • New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the new share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources. Exploration Resources is a focused marine seismic company which owns four seismic vessels: Polar Princess, Polar Search, Polar Duke and Polar Venturer. March, 2005.
    • New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 41.8 million

      New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 41.8 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of 3.9 million shares in Tandberg Data. Tandberg Data is a leading global supplier and manufacturer of professional tape information storage products based on the SLR™, LTO™ and DLTtape™ linear technology platforms. The company offers secondary storage products based on tape drives, autoloaders, libraries, media, software and hardware components for mainstream configurations. March, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 1.4 million shares in DSV (DK) — DKK 580 million

      Secondary placing of 1.4 million shares in DSV (DK) — DKK 580 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.4 million shares in DSV. The placing was 2 times subscribed within 2.5 hours of opening. The placing corresponds to some 6 per cent of the company's share capital and equates to more than 15 times the average daily trading volume. DSV is Denmark's leading supplier of transport- and logistics services. March, 2005.
    • Demerger of Rieber Shipping ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Demerger of Rieber Shipping ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole manager to Rieber Shipping in the demerger of the company to create two new entities; "Exploration Resources ASA" and "New Rieber Shipping ASA". Rieber Shipping ASA is an integrated shipping company which develops, owns and operates advanced specialised vessels for offshore support, marine seismic operations, cable-laying and ice-strengthened support. March, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 40 million shares in Sampo (FI) — EUR 430 million

      Secondary placing of 40 million shares in Sampo (FI) — EUR 430 million

      Carnegie acted as sole Nordic selling agent in the secondary placing of 40 million shares in Sampo on behalf of the Finnish Government, reducing its ownership stake from 21 to 14 per cent. The book was approximately 2 times covered in less than 2 hours. February, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 7 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — EUR 41 million

      Secondary placing of 7 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — EUR 41 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in the secondary placing of 7 million shares in Intrum Justitia on behalf of Bo Göransson's investment company, Parkerhouse Investments, reducing the remaining ownership in the company from 18 to 10 per cent. The SEK 380 million placing, which represented roughly 30 days' average trading volume, was heavily over-subscribed by some 50 institutional investors. February, 2005.
    • Directed new share issue in Nokian Tyres (FI) — EUR 131 million

      Directed new share issue in Nokian Tyres (FI) — EUR 131 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in the new share issue of 1.1 million new shares in Nokian Tyres through an accelerated bookbuilding process. The issue was more than 2.5 times subscribed within only two hours of opening. Approximately 13 per cent of the shares were allocated to Finnish institutional investors and 87 per cent to international. Nokian Tyres is the largest tyre manufacturer in the Nordic countries and one of the most profitable companies in its industry world-wide. February, 2005.
    • Public offer to the shareholders of Finnveden AB (SE) by Cidron Invest AB (SE) — SEK 2 billion

      Public offer to the shareholders of Finnveden AB (SE) by Cidron Invest AB (SE) — SEK 2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Finnveden in connection with the public offer to the shareholders of Finnveden AB by Cidron Invest AB, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nordic Capital Fund V. Finnveden is an international engineering group, with strong market positions in the automotive industry. Products include fasteners, engine components and structural components. February, 2005.
    • Merger between Northern Oil (NO) and NaturGass (US)  — Combined market cap of NOK 740 million
      Merger between Northern Oil (NO) and NaturGass (US)  — Combined market cap of NOK 740 million

      Merger between Northern Oil (NO) and NaturGass (US) — Combined market cap of NOK 740 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to both Northern Oil and NaturGass in connection with the merger. Northern Oil is an OSE listed oil company with indirect ownership interest in the Coral, Estrela-do-Mar and Cavalo Marinho fields in Brazil. NaturGass is an upstream energy company focusing on natural gas drilling, production, gathering and transportation in western New York State and north western Pennsylvania, USA. February, 2005.

    • Secondary placing of 2.6 million treasury shares in Fred. Olsen Energy ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Secondary placing of 2.6 million treasury shares in Fred. Olsen Energy ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book runner to Fred. Olsen Energy ASA in the placing of 2.6 million treasury shares in Fred. Olsen Energy. February, 2005.
    • Public offer for Dansk Kapitalanlæg (DK) by a consortium of shareholders (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Public offer for Dansk Kapitalanlæg (DK) by a consortium of shareholders (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acts as adviser to the Danish venture capital company Dansk Kapitalanlaeg in relation to the voluntary public offer, made by shareholders holding 80 per cent of capital and votes in the company, to acquire the remaining share capital and subsequently apply to have the company delisted from the Copenhagen stock exchange. January, 2005.
    • Share buy-backs in Elekta (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Elekta (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Elekta as part of Elekta's share repurchase programme. January, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 780 million

      Secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 780 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book runner to Aker ASA in the placing of 4.4 million shares in Aker Kværner. Kvaerner group is a leading global provider of engineering and construction services, technology products and integrated solutions. January, 2005.
    • Divestment of activities and assets in Siemens Technology Services A/S (DK) to Glenco A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of activities and assets in Siemens Technology Services A/S (DK) to Glenco A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Siemens in the divestment of activities and assets in Siemens Technology Services to Glenco. Siemens Technology Services is one of the largest technical installation businesses in Denmark with revenues in 2004 of approximately DKK 400 million. January, 2005.
    • Divestment of Siemens Service Management A/S (DK) by Siemens A/S (DK) to ISS Danmark A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Siemens Service Management A/S (DK) by Siemens A/S (DK) to ISS Danmark A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Siemens in the divestment of Siemens Service Management to ISS Danmark. Siemens Service Management is a provider of facilities management, including Building Service Management and Industrial Service Management. January, 2005.
    • Divestment of Friggs (SE) by Semper (SE) to Wilh. Sonesson (SE) — SEK 170 million

      Divestment of Friggs (SE) by Semper (SE) to Wilh. Sonesson (SE) — SEK 170 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Semper in the divestment of Friggs to Wilh. Sonesson. Semper is wholly owned by Triton and the management in Semper. Triton is a private equity firm investing in the Nordic and German-speaking countries in Europe. December, 2004.
    • Listing of Ainax on the Stockholm Stock Exchange — SEK 7 billion

      Listing of Ainax on the Stockholm Stock Exchange — SEK 7 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser in connection with the listing of Ainax shares on the O-list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. Ainax was subsequently acquired by Scania, following a public bid for the company. December, 2004.
    • Share buy-backs in Eniro (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Eniro (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Eniro as part of Eniro's share repurchase programme. December, 2004.
    • Directed new share issue in Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LUX) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Directed new share issue in Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LUX) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager to Millicom International Cellular in the company’s directed new share issue. Millicom International Cellular is listed on Nasdaq, Stockholm Stock Exchange and Luxembourg Stock Exchange. The company is a global telecommunications investor with cellular operations in Asia, Latin America and Africa. December, 2004.
    • Divestment of NetDesign A/S (DK) by NetDesign Invest A/S (DK) to TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 350 million

      Divestment of NetDesign A/S (DK) by NetDesign Invest A/S (DK) to TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 350 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to NetDesign Invest A/S in the divestment of NetDesign A/S, the leading Danish network infrastructure integrator, to TDC A/S. December, 2004.
    • Acquisition of Bravida Telecom (NO) by Altor Equity Partners AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Bravida Telecom (NO) by Altor Equity Partners AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Altor Equity Partners AB in the acquisition of Bravida Telecom, a division of Bravida ASA. Bravida Telecom is the largest telecommunication network contractor in Norway. Bravida Telecom builds, operates and maintains telecommunication and data networks via fixed lines, mobile and satellite, and has a turnover in excess of NOK 1.4 billion. December, 2004.
    • Acquisition of 100 per cent of the share capital in Franzefoss A/S (DK) by DSV Miljø A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of 100 per cent of the share capital in Franzefoss A/S (DK) by DSV Miljø A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to DSV Miljø in the acquisition of 100 per cent of the share capital in Franzefoss, a leading company within exploitation of raw materals from gravel pits in the Jutland area. December, 2004.
    • Acquisition of 100 per cent of Viktoria Transport Holding (DE) by DSV (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of 100 per cent of Viktoria Transport Holding (DE) by DSV (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to DSV in their acquisition of 100 per cent of the shares in Viktoria Transport Holding in Germany. Viktoria offers transport- and logistics services to the German market through its operations in Aschaffenburg (Frankfurt) and Neuss (Ruhr). November, 2004.
    • Divestment of Maersk Data (DK) by A.P. Møller – Maersk (DK) to IBM (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Maersk Data (DK) by A.P. Møller – Maersk (DK) to IBM (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to A.P. Møller – Maersk in the divestment of Maersk Data to IBM. Included in the divestment is Maersk Data's shareholding of 45 per cent in the IT operations and facility management company DMdata. The Maersk Data Group is the largest Danish owned IT services company. November, 2004.
    • Private placement in Dansk Bredbaand (DK) — DKK 79 million

      Private placement in Dansk Bredbaand (DK) — DKK 79 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in a private placement in Dansk Bredbaand, totalled DKK 79 million and will be used to fund the coninued expansion of broadband services in Denmark. October, 2004.
    • Acquisition of Orange A/S (DK) by TeliaSonera (SE) — EUR 606 million

      Acquisition of Orange A/S (DK) by TeliaSonera (SE) — EUR 606 million

      Carnegie acted as the sole financial adviser to TeliaSonera in the acquisition of Orange A/S, a Danish mobile subsidiary of France Telecom (FR). October, 2004.
    • Divestment of 20 per cent of the shares in Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S (DK) by A/S Motortramp (DK) and Attransco (Bermuda) ltd. — DKK 1.1 billion

      Divestment of 20 per cent of the shares in Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S (DK) by A/S Motortramp (DK) and Attransco (Bermuda) ltd. — DKK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as a joint financial adviser to A/S Motortramp and Attransco in the divestment of 20 per cent of the shares in Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S to Rasmussengruppen AS. Dampskibsselskabet Norden, is a leading operator of bulkers and tankers internationally. October, 2004.
    • New share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 84 million

      New share issue in PA Resources (NO) — NOK 84 million

      Carnegie acted as sole placing agent in the directed new share issue of four million shares in PA Resources. The shares were offered to new and existing Norwegian institutional and private investors. PA Resouces AB is a Swedish oil & gas company founded in 1994, with offices in Stockholm, Oslo and Tunis. PA Resources is an upstream company and operates in the first stage of the value chain: exploration and production. September, 2004.
    • Acquisition of Kemira Fine Chemicals Oy (FI) by 3i (FI) — EUR 70 million

      Acquisition of Kemira Fine Chemicals Oy (FI) by 3i (FI) — EUR 70 million

      Carnegie acted as a sole financial adviser to 3i in the acquisition of Kemira Fine Chemicals Oy. Kemira Fine Chemicals is one of the leading custom manufacturers of fine chemicals for the agrochemical industry and increasingly to the pharmaceutical industry. September, 2004.
    • Divestment of Buksesnedkeren (DK) to Change Capital Partners (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Buksesnedkeren (DK) to Change Capital Partners (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the Lind Hansen family and others in the divestment of Buksesnedkeren, a leading wholesaler within sports- and leisurewear with the two concepts H2O and Signal. September, 2004.
    • Acquisition of Sonera Zed Ltd (FI) by Wisdom Entertainment (SP) and Apax Partners Funds (UK) — EUR 30 million

      Acquisition of Sonera Zed Ltd (FI) by Wisdom Entertainment (SP) and Apax Partners Funds (UK) — EUR 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Wisdom Entertainment and Apax Partners Funds in the acquisition of Sonera Zed Ltd, an independent aggregator and reseller of media services to mobile phone users in Europe and Asia. September, 2004.
    • Issue of senior debt and directed new share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 365 million

      Issue of senior debt and directed new share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 365 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Intentia in the issue of senior debt and the directed new share issue to Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC. A total of some 19.1 million new shares were issued at a subscription price of SEK 8.98 per share and the total amount of the senior debt facility was USD 25 million. Intentia is a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. September, 2004.
    • Divestment of HMS Networks AB (SE) by IDI (SE), SEB Företagsinvest (SE) and other shareholders to Segulah (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of HMS Networks AB (SE) by IDI (SE), SEB Företagsinvest (SE) and other shareholders to Segulah (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to IDI, SEB Företagsinvest and other shareholders in the divestment of HMS Networks AB to the private equity company Segulah. HMS Networks AB is one of the global leaders in industrial network technology. September, 2004.
    • Repurchase of 50 per cent of TNT DFDS Transport Logistics Group A/S (DK) from TNT Logistics (NL) — Enterprise value DKK 155 million.

      Repurchase of 50 per cent of TNT DFDS Transport Logistics Group A/S (DK) from TNT Logistics (NL) — Enterprise value DKK 155 million.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to DSV in the transaction where DSV from TNT Logistics repurchased 50 per cent of TNT DFDS Transport Logistics Group A/S. After closing DSV will once again hold 100 per cent of the shares in the company, which will then change name to DFDS Transport Logistics. August, 2004.
    • Divestment of Bostream (SE) to Bredbandsbolaget (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Bostream (SE) to Bredbandsbolaget (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the owners of Bostream in the divestment to Bredbandsbolaget. Bostream is the leading provider of DSL broadband services in Sweden after TeliaSonera. August, 2004.
    • Acquisition by Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) of Olympia Capital ASA (NO) and new share issue — NOK 2.3 billion
      Acquisition by Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) of Olympia Capital ASA (NO) and new share issue — NOK 2.3 billion

      Acquisition by Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) of Olympia Capital ASA (NO) and new share issue — NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Aktiv Kapital ASA in the acquisition of Olympia Capital ASA and sole manager and book-runner in the new share issue of NOK 1.15 billion. Aktiv Kapital is a leading provider of credit administrative services and Olympia Capital is a Pan-European financial services group specialising in acquisition, reconstruction and management of under-performing loan portfolios. July, 2004.

    • Acquisition by Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) of Olympia Capital ASA (NO) and new share issue — NOK 2.3 billion
      Acquisition by Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) of Olympia Capital ASA (NO) and new share issue — NOK 2.3 billion

      Acquisition by Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) of Olympia Capital ASA (NO) and new share issue — NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Aktiv Kapital ASA in the acquisition of Olympia Capital ASA and sole manager and book-runner in the new share issue of NOK 1.15 billion. Aktiv Kapital is a leading provider of credit administrative services and Olympia Capital is a Pan-European financial services group specialising in acquisition, reconstruction and management of under-performing loan portfolios. July, 2004.

    • Acquisition of Jøtul ASA (NO) by a special purpose vehicle owned by Accent Equity, Havfonn, Selvaag Invest, Whitecliff and Jøtul management — NOK 370 million

      Acquisition of Jøtul ASA (NO) by a special purpose vehicle owned by Accent Equity, Havfonn, Selvaag Invest, Whitecliff and Jøtul management — NOK 370 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Whitecliff and has brought in Havfonn and Selvaag Invest as co-investors in the acquisition of Jøtul ASA from Jøtul AS. Jøtul, a Norwegian corporation, is the world's oldest and largest producer of cast-iron stoves. July, 2004.
    • Directed new share issue in Wedins (SE) in connection to the acquisition of shoe retailer Sko City (SE) — SEK 50 million

      Directed new share issue in Wedins (SE) in connection to the acquisition of shoe retailer Sko City (SE) — SEK 50 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in a directed new share issue in Wedins in connection with the acquisition of Sko City, a total of 26.83 million new shares were issued at a price of SEK 1.90 per share. Wedins is a leading Nordic player within the shoe and accessories segments, with well known brands, strong positions and a distribution network with more than 200 stores in the Nordic area. June, 2004.
    • Spin-off from AB Volvo (SE) of Scania (SE) A shares through Ainax AB (SE) — SEK 6.2 billion
      Spin-off from AB Volvo (SE) of Scania (SE) A shares through Ainax AB (SE) — SEK 6.2 billion

      Spin-off from AB Volvo (SE) of Scania (SE) A shares through Ainax AB (SE) — SEK 6.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Volvo in the transfer of Volvo's entire holdings of truck and bus manufacturer Scania's A shares to a wholly owned Volvo subsidiary, Ainax AB. Ainax itself was subsequently distributed to Volvo's shareholders and listed on the New Market of Stockholmsbörsen. Carnegie is also sponsor for Ainax on the New Market, in accordance with regulations laid down by Stockholmsbörsen. June, 2004.

    • Public offer for Eurocom Industries A/S (DK) by Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) — DKK 241 million
      Public offer for Eurocom Industries A/S (DK) by Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) — DKK 241 million

      Public offer for Eurocom Industries A/S (DK) by Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) — DKK 241 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Thrane & Thrane, in i) the acquisition of a 88.6 per cent stake in listed Danish marine communication technology company EuroCom Industries A/S, from Rheinmetall AG and ii) the subsequent mandatory public offer for EuroCom's remaining shares. Thrane & Thrane is the world’s leading manufacturer of terminals and land earth stations for global mobile satellite communications. May & June, 2004.

    • Rights issue in Framfab (SE) — SEK 164 million

      Rights issue in Framfab (SE) — SEK 164 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Framfab in the company's SEK 164 million rights issue. The issue, which was fully subscribed, entitled shareholders to subscribe for two new shares for every five shares held. Framfab is a leading European communications specialist in digital media and interactive solutions based on Internet technology. June, 2004.
    • Commission free sales facility directed to 100,000 shareholders

      Commission free sales facility directed to 100,000 shareholders

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Ainax in the offering to its shareholders to sell up to 10 shares free of commission. July, 2004.
    • Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 800 million

      Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 800 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the company's share redemption programme amounting to SEK 800 million. Each share gave one redemption right and 18 redemption rights entitled the owner to redeem one share for SEK 86. Over 9 million shares were tendered for redemption, corresponding to 99.4 per cent of the maximum number of shares which could be redeemed in accordance with the offer. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. May, 2004.
    • New share issue in Q-Free (NO) — NOK 25 million

      New share issue in Q-Free (NO) — NOK 25 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue of 4.5 million shares in Q-Free. Q-Free is a global supplier of equipment, software and services for road pricing systems, access control and tracking systems, ticketing solutions and related services. Based in Norway, the company has subsidiaries in Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia and China and employs some 200 people. 2004 revenues were NOK 316 million. April, 2004.
    • Divestment of If (SE) shareholding by Skandia Liv (SE) to Sampo (FI) — SEK 2.4 billion

      Divestment of If (SE) shareholding by Skandia Liv (SE) to Sampo (FI) — SEK 2.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Skandia Liv in the divestment of its 10.06 per cent shareholding in If to Sampo. As a part of the transaction, Sampo also acquired Skandia's holding of 19.36 per cent and Storebrand's holding of 22.47 per cent. If is the Nordic countries' leading property and casualty insurance company. April, 2004.
    • Divestment of Swedish Orphan International AB (SE) to Investor Growth Capital (SE) and Skandia Investment (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Swedish Orphan International AB (SE) to Investor Growth Capital (SE) and Skandia Investment (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the owners of Swedish Orphan International AB in the divestment to Investor Growth Capital and Skandia Investment. Swedish Orphan International is specialized in the development, marketing and distribution of products used for treatment of rare or life-threatening disorders, where current treatment is either unavailable or unsatisfactory. April, 2004.
    • Initial public offering of Aker Kvaerner (NO) — NOK 2.1 billion

      Initial public offering of Aker Kvaerner (NO) — NOK 2.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Aker Kvaerner ASA on the Norwegian Stock Exchange. The initial public offering was made in connection with a major reorganisation of the operations of Kvaerner group into two focused industrial groups and one industrial holding company, in which Carnegie was joint adviser to Kvaerner. Kvaerner group is a leading global provider of engineering and construction services, technology products and integrated solutions. April 2004.
    • Rights issue in Technology Nexus AB (SE) — SEK 105 million

      Rights issue in Technology Nexus AB (SE) — SEK 105 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in a rights issue in Technology Nexus AB, in which just over 10 million shares were issued at a subscription price of SEK 10.25 per share. Technology Nexus AB develops and delivers software and services that allow businesses to benefit from the efficient use of open communication networks with full protection from any unauthorized access. April, 2004.
    • Initial public offering of Oriflame (SE) — SEK 5.1 billion

      Initial public offering of Oriflame (SE) — SEK 5.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Oriflame on Stockholmsbörsen. Oriflame is an international fast growing cosmetics company that sells high quality natural skincare and cosmetics products through an independent sales force, outside the traditional retail environment. March, 2004.
    • Secondary placing of Skandia Liv's (SE) 27.7 million shares in Storebrand (NO) — NOK 1.2 billion
      Secondary placing of Skandia Liv's (SE) 27.7 million shares in Storebrand (NO) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Secondary placing of Skandia Liv's (SE) 27.7 million shares in Storebrand (NO) — NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and book-runner in the secondary placing of 27.7 million shares in Storebrand, equating to some 10 per cent of the company's capital. March, 2004.

    • Divestment of Hörnell International (SE) by the owners (SE/UK) to 3M (US) — SEK 750 million

      Divestment of Hörnell International (SE) by the owners (SE/UK) to 3M (US) — SEK 750 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Mr Åke Hörnell, Skandia Investment and Swedetech (3i) in the divestment of Hörnell International to 3M. Hörnell International is a world-wide market leading supplier of personal protective equipment for welders including Speedglas autodarkening filters, Adflo respiratory protection devices, and other innovative solutions. March, 2004.
    • Listing of Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LU) — Amount not applicable.

      Listing of Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LU) — Amount not applicable.

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser in the listing of Millicom International Cellular S.A. on Stockholmsbörsen. Carnegie is also market maker in the Millicom share. Millicom International Cellular S.A is a global telecommunications investor with cellular operations in Asia, Latin America and Africa. March, 2004.
    • Secondary placing of shares in CapMan (FI) — EUR 17.5 million

      Secondary placing of shares in CapMan (FI) — EUR 17.5 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 10,000,000 shares at price 1.75 euro per share. February, 2004.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Aktiv Kapital (NO) — NOK 314 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Aktiv Kapital (NO) — NOK 314 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 4,000,000 shares. Aktiv Kapital acquires and provides services for the management of debt portfolios in UK and the Nordic region. February, 2004.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Boliden (SE) — SEK 41 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Boliden (SE) — SEK 41 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1 million existing shares in Boliden, with a value of approximately SEK 41 million. Boliden is an international mining and metal company that mines and smelts copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver. February, 2004.
    • Secondary offering of shares in BTS (SE) — SEK 7.3 million

      Secondary offering of shares in BTS (SE) — SEK 7.3 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 200,000 shares in BTS, representing some 3.5 per cent of the company's capital. BTS is a world leader in developing and delivering customised business acumen simulations. February, 2004.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Proffice (SE) — SEK 155 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Proffice (SE) — SEK 155 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 6.5 million shares in Proffice, representing almost 10 per cent of the company's capital. Proffice provides flexible staffing solutions such as temporary staffing, recruiting, outsourcing and career and development programs. February, 2004.
    • Divestment of Pharmadule Emtunga (SE) to 3i (UK) by Industrial Development & Investment AB (
      Divestment of Pharmadule Emtunga (SE) to 3i (UK) by Industrial Development & Investment AB (

      Divestment of Pharmadule Emtunga (SE) to 3i (UK) by Industrial Development & Investment AB ("IDI") (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to IDI in the divestment of Pharmadule Emtunga, a world leading manufacturer of high technology facilities to primarily the pharmaceutical, biotech and offshore industries. IDI is an independent private equity company focusing on small to middle-sized companies in northern Europe. 3i invests in businesses across three continents through local investment teams in Europe, Asia Pacific and the USA. February, 2004.

    • Secondary offering of shares in AudioDev (SE) — SEK 92 million

      Secondary offering of shares in AudioDev (SE) — SEK 92 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 1.5 million shares in AudioDev representing almost 10 per cent of the company's capital. AudioDev is a world-leading global manufacturer of advanced test equipment for optical media such as CD and DVD. February, 2004.
    • Acquisition of XOR Group AB (SE) by Visma ASA (NO) — SEK 48.5 million plus 800,000 shares in Visma
      Acquisition of XOR Group AB (SE) by Visma ASA (NO) — SEK 48.5 million plus 800,000 shares in Visma

      Acquisition of XOR Group AB (SE) by Visma ASA (NO) — SEK 48.5 million plus 800,000 shares in Visma

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Visma Software in the cross-border acquisition of XOR Group. The Visma Group, quoted on the Oslo Stock Exchange, comprises two divisions, Visma Software and Visma Services, which are active in the development and quality assurance of services, software, software technology and knowledge, financial control and accounts. Acquisition value amounted to SEK 119 million. February 2004.

    • Acquisition of 38.8 million shares in Intentia (SE) by Symphony Technology Group (US) — SEK 256 million

      Acquisition of 38.8 million shares in Intentia (SE) by Symphony Technology Group (US) — SEK 256 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Intentia in respect of a strategic investment of initially SEK 256 million by Symphony Technology Group. Intentia is a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. Symphony is an investment firm with focus on enterprise software technology companies. February, 2004.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Song Networks (SE) — SEK 91 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Song Networks (SE) — SEK 91 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Stena group and was sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.3 million shares. The shares were placed at market price (no discount). February, 2004.
    • Divestment of DSV's division DSV Miljø A/S (DK) to Triton Managers (UK) — DKK 1.15 billion

      Divestment of DSV's division DSV Miljø A/S (DK) to Triton Managers (UK) — DKK 1.15 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DSV A/S in their divestment of DSV Miljø A/S to Triton Managers. DSV is a Danish transport and logistics company. February, 2004.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Ainax (SE) — SEK 404 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Ainax (SE) — SEK 404 million

      Carnegie was sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.74 million Ainax shares, representing 6.4 per cent of Ainax' share capital. The shares were placed at the then prevailing market price (i.e. no discount). Ainax' primary asset is its almost 25 per cent shareholding in Scania, a stake formerly held by Volvo and subsequently distributed to Volvo’s shareholders through the spin-off of Ainax in June, 2004. Ainax is listed in Stockholm, on Nya Marknaden. June, 2004.
    • Divestment of Teknikmagasinet (SE) to 3i (UK), founders and management — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Teknikmagasinet (SE) to 3i (UK), founders and management — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the divestment of Teknikmagasinet to 3i (45 per cent), founders, chairman and management. The shares were acquired through a newly formed acquisition company. Teknikmagasinet is a fast growing retail company within the home electronics sector. January, 2004.
    • Public offer for Radiometer A/S (DK) by Danaher Corporation (US) — DKK 4.4 billion

      Public offer for Radiometer A/S (DK) by Danaher Corporation (US) — DKK 4.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the board of directors of Radiometer in the tender offer from Danaher Corporation to acquire Radiometer. Radiometer develops and produces advanced medical instruments that measure blood gases and other parameters used to diagnose critically ill patients. January, 2004.
    • Divestment of Collet Pharma (NO) to Ferd (NO) by Nycomed (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Collet Pharma (NO) to Ferd (NO) by Nycomed (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Nycomed in the divestment of its wholly owned Norwegian subsidiary Collet Pharma AS to Ferd. Nycomed is a European pharmaceutical company owned by CSFB Private Equity and the Blackstone Group. The company has 36 sales offices in 18 European markets. January, 2004.
    • Acquisition of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 3.2 billion

      Acquisition of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 3.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DONG in the acquisitions of shares in Elsam. DONG increased in 2004 its ownership from 3 per cent to 22 per cent in Elsam. Dong is a leading energy company in Denmark, with business activities in exploration, production, trade in oil and natural gas, distribution and storage of gas and production of renewable energy. 2004.
    • De-listing of Syngenta AB (SE) from the Stockholm Stock Exchange

      De-listing of Syngenta AB (SE) from the Stockholm Stock Exchange

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the de-listing of the company’s shares from the Stockholm Exchange and the commission free dealing service which will be available for those shareholders who wish to dispose of their holdings. Syngenta is a world-leading agribusiness, committed to sustainable agriculture through innovative research and technology. December, 2003.
    • Merger between DnB Holding ASA (NO) and Gjensidige NOR ASA (NO) — NOK 20 billion
      Merger between DnB Holding ASA (NO) and Gjensidige NOR ASA (NO) — NOK 20 billion

      Merger between DnB Holding ASA (NO) and Gjensidige NOR ASA (NO) — NOK 20 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser to DnB Holding ASA in the merger with Gjensidige NOR ASA. Through the merger, the combined DnB NOR group became the largest financial services group in Norway. December, 2003.

    • Acquisition of Hilding Anders AB (SE) by Investcorp (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Hilding Anders AB (SE) by Investcorp (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the acquisition of Hilding Anders by the investment firm Investcorp. Hilding Anders is one of Europe’s largest bed manufacturers, with 23 factories in 14 countries, including Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland, the UK, Sweden, Germany and Hungary. December, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Boliden (SE) — SEK 93 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Boliden (SE) — SEK 93 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 2,673,843 existing shares in Boliden, with a value of approximately SEK 93 million (3.1 per cent of the capital). Boliden is an international mining and metal company that mines and smelts copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver. December, 2003.
    • New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 68 million

      New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 68 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the directed new share issue of two million shares in Observer, in connection with the acquisition of the US company MediaMap. The shares were offered to a limited number of Swedish and international institutional investors. Observer is active in Business and Communication Intelligence and offers market monitoring and communication evaluation services. December, 2003.
    • Divestment of ErgoBluegarden AS (NO) to Ratos AB (SE) by Posten Norge AS (NO) — NOK 340 million

      Divestment of ErgoBluegarden AS (NO) to Ratos AB (SE) by Posten Norge AS (NO) — NOK 340 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Posten Norge AS in the divestment of the Ergo Group subsidiary ErgoBluegarden AS, one of the leading providers of payroll and human resource management systems and services in Norway, and with a growing presence in Denmark. December, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Fjord Seafood (NO) — NOK 256 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Fjord Seafood (NO) — NOK 256 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and book-runner in the placing of 88,398,881 shares in Fjord Seafood ASA (18.6 per cent of the capital). Fjord Seafood is a Norwegian company listed on the OSE. The company is active within the field of fish farming and seafood production. November, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Wedins (SE) — SEK 27 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Wedins (SE) — SEK 27 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the placing of 14,000,000 shares in Wedins, with a transaction value of approximately SEK 27 million (6.6 per cent of the capital). Wedins Skor & Accessoarer is a leading Nordic player within the shoe and accessories segments, with well known brands, strong positions and a distribution network with more than 200 stores in the Nordic area. November, 2003.
    • Disposal of the

      Disposal of the "Gefion Portfolio" (DK) by Alm. Brand A/S (DK) to DAI Fordringer A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Alm. Brand in the disposal of the Gefion Portfolio to DAI Fordringer A/S (part of the listed Danish bank Egnsbank Han Herred). The Gefion Portfolio is a portfolio of distressed debt with a nominal value of over DKK 1 billion. The disposal took place by means of an auction process, with both Danish and international bidders. November, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Carnegie (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Secondary offering of shares in Carnegie (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-manager in the placing of 17.5 million shares in D. Carnegie & Co AB, with a value of approximately SEK 1.3 billion (26.2 per cent of the capital). November, 2003.
    • Redemption in Elekta AB (SE) — SEK 311.5 million

      Redemption in Elekta AB (SE) — SEK 311.5 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Elekta in the company's share redemption programme, in which every seventeenth share could be redeemed for SEK 165 in cash. Almost 2 million shares were redeemed, equating to over 97 per cent of the shares eligible for redemption. Elekta is a world-leading supplier of advanced and innovative radiation oncology and neurosurgery solutions and services for precise treatment of cancer and brain disorders. November, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Novotek (SE) — SEK 53 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Novotek (SE) — SEK 53 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the CEO and founder Göran Andersson as well as sole book-runner in the placing of 2,500,000 B shares in Novotek AB, with a value of approximately SEK 53 million (24 per cent of the capital). Novotek is a Swedish company listed on the SSE O-list. The company is active within the field of industrial automation. November, 2003.
    • Divestment of TrainTech Engineering Sweden AB (SE) to Interfleet Technology Ltd (UK) by EuroMaint AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of TrainTech Engineering Sweden AB (SE) to Interfleet Technology Ltd (UK) by EuroMaint AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to EuroMaint AB, the leading provider of maintenance and rebuilding services for railroad rolling stock in Sweden, in the divestment of TrainTech Engineering Sweden AB, the leading provider of consulting services related to railroad rolling stock in Sweden, to Interfleet Technology Ltd. October, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in HK Ruokatalo (FI) — EUR 12.4 million

      Secondary offering of shares in HK Ruokatalo (FI) — EUR 12.4 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to LRF and sole book-runner in the placing of 2,000,000 A shares in HK Ruokatalo, with a value of approximately EUR 12.4 million (7.9 per cent of the capital). HK Ruokatalo is a market leader in processed meats and poultry products in Finland and the Baltics. The company produces, processes, sells and distributes various meats to retail customers and catering industries. October, 2003.
    • Acquisition of Personal Chemistry (SE) by Pyrosequencing (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Personal Chemistry (SE) by Pyrosequencing (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Personal Chemistry (SE) by Pyrosequencing (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Personal Chemistry in the offer from Pyrosequencing. The acquisition is intended to take place by means of a directed issue of shares and warrants in Pyrosequencing to the shareholders in Personal Chemistry. Personal Chemistry markets a new chemical analysis technology which increases and improves the chemical development work within drug discovery. October, 2003.

    • Secondary offerings of shares in YIT (FI) — EUR 28 million

      Secondary offerings of shares in YIT (FI) — EUR 28 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in two placings of shares in Finnish construction company YIT with a total value of approximately EUR 28 million (4 per cent of the capital). October, 2003.
    • Divestment of Roulunds Braking (DK) to MAT Automative, Inc. (US) by A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Roulunds Braking (DK) to MAT Automative, Inc. (US) by A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Roulunds Braking (DK) to MAT Automative, Inc. (US) by A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S in the divestment of Roulunds Braking to MAT Automotive, Inc., a privately held US-based supplier of automotive components. Roulunds Braking manufactures and markets a full range of automotive friction material – as well as backing plates and shims – for the European and Asian vehicle industry and after markets. September, 2003.

    • Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 703 million

      Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 703 million

      Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 703 million Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the share redemption programme amounting to SEK 703 million. 99.7 per cent of the maximum possible number of shares available for redemption were tendered. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. September, 2003.
    • Redemption in Teligent AB (SE) — SEK 77.4 million

      Redemption in Teligent AB (SE) — SEK 77.4 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Teligent in the share redemption programme amounting to approximately SEK 77.4 million. Shareholders were entitled to redeem every fifth share for a cash payment of SEK 20 per share. Applications were received representing approximately 99 per cent of the maximum number of shares that could be redeemed.Teligent is an innovation driven company, developing services and systems that enable network operators to offer a wide range of value-added services to their customers. September, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Teleca (SE) — SEK 440 million
      Secondary offering of shares in Teleca (SE) — SEK 440 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Teleca (SE) — SEK 440 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner to Bure in the secondary placing of 9.3 million B shares in Teleca, with a value of approximately SEK 440 million (15.3 per cent of the capital). Teleca builds and integrates IT solutions for technology and software intensive customers worldwide. With more than 2,500 employees in 15 countries, Teleca is one of the largest IT services players in the Nordic market. September, 2003.

    • Acquisition of Bilia's (SE) truck and construction equipment operations  by Volvo (SE) — SEK 718 million

      Acquisition of Bilia's (SE) truck and construction equipment operations by Volvo (SE) — SEK 718 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AB Volvo in Volvo's public offer for the truck and construction equipment operations of Bilia AB. August, 2003.
    • Debt restructuring for Metro (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Debt restructuring for Metro (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser in connection with Metro's substantial debt restructuring, where most of Metro's outstanding interest bearing debt was exchanged for equity. SEK 252 million was raised through a rights issue and an additional SEK 1.151 million was raised through a directed issue, where Kinnevik and MTG converted the interest bearing liabilities into equity. August, 2003.
    • Offer to repurchase subordinated Euro denominated convertible notes in Intentia (SE) financed through a new share issue  — SEK 421 million

      Offer to repurchase subordinated Euro denominated convertible notes in Intentia (SE) financed through a new share issue — SEK 421 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the combined transactions to Intentia, a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. August, 2003.
    • Divestment of Carmeda (SE) to HealthCap and Investor Growth Capital (SE) by Norsk Hydro (NO) — SEK 200 million
      Divestment of Carmeda (SE) to HealthCap and Investor Growth Capital (SE) by Norsk Hydro (NO) — SEK 200 million

      Divestment of Carmeda (SE) to HealthCap and Investor Growth Capital (SE) by Norsk Hydro (NO) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Norsk Hydro, Norway's largest industrial group with core business areas Oil&Gas, Light Metals and Fertilizer, in the sale of Carmeda to a HealthCap and Investor Growth Capital led consortium. In addition to the cash proceeds of SEK 200 million, the sellers will receive royalties on a certain share of Carmeda's future sales revenues. Carmeda develops, produces and markets biologically active biocompatible surfaces for disposable medical devices and implants, mainly in the fields of cardiology, cardiac surgery and vascular surgery. August, 2003.

    • Acquisition of Bergesen d.y. ASA (NO) by World Nordic ApS (DK) — NOK 10.3 billion
      Acquisition of Bergesen d.y. ASA (NO) by World Nordic ApS (DK) — NOK 10.3 billion

      Acquisition of Bergesen d.y. ASA (NO) by World Nordic ApS (DK) — NOK 10.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to World Nordic in the mandatory offer for all outstanding shares in Bergesen, Norway’s largest shipping group. World Nordic is controlled by the Hong Kong based Sohmen family, controlling one of the world’s largest privately held shipping fleets under the name World-Wide Shipping. August, 2003.

    • Share buy-backs in Wihlborgs (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Wihlborgs (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Wihlborgs as part of Wihlborgs' share repurchase programme.
    • Rights issue and debt conversion in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Rights issue and debt conversion in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as manager in the rights issue in Metro International S.A. The rights issue had a primary subscription of more than 99 per cent which, combined with the subsidiary subscription by existing shareholders, resulted in an oversubscription of approximately 20 per cent. The subscription price was SEK 2.30 per share and the issue generated approximately SEK 252 million before transaction costs. Metro International S.A. also converted SEK 1,151 million of interest-bearing liablilities into equity by issuing new shares at a price of SEK 3.75 per share to Kinnevik and MTG. Metro International S.A. is the world's largest free newspaper, publishing and distributing 25 editions in 16 countries and in 14 languages. August, 2003.
    • Public offer for Realia AB (SE) by Welkins Intressenter AB (SE) — SEK 952 million

      Public offer for Realia AB (SE) by Welkins Intressenter AB (SE) — SEK 952 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Realia AB in connection with the public offer for Realia by Welkins Intressenter AB. Realia is a property company with a portfolio of 1.2 million square meters of residential and commercial properties in Stockholm, Lund, Norrköping, Karlstad, Gävle and Sundsvall. As of 31 December, 2002, Realia had appraised property values of SEK 6.5 billion. July, 2003.
    • Divestment of Semper (SE) to Triton (UK) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Semper (SE) to Triton (UK) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Semper (SE) to Triton (UK) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Arla Foods in the divestment of Semper, market leader in baby food in Sweden and several other market leading positions in health food, gluten free area and the food service segment. Arla Foods is a cooperative association owned by approximately 16,000 milk farmers in Sweden and Denmark. Triton is a Northern European private equity firm with offices in Frankfurt, Stockholm and London. July, 2003.

    • Merger between Alma Media Corporation (FI) and Edita Plc (FI) magazine printing operations — Amount not disclosed.
      Merger between Alma Media Corporation (FI) and Edita Plc (FI) magazine printing operations — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger between Alma Media Corporation (FI) and Edita Plc (FI) magazine printing operations — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Alma Media in the merger of Alma Media's magazine printing operations into the state owned publishing company Edita's magazine printing subsidiary Edita Acta Oy, to be renamed Acta Print Oy. Acta Print will be jointly owned by Alma Media and Edita. Alma Media's main businesses are newspaper publishing, the production and distribution of business information, television and radio broadcasting, and contract printing services. July, 2003.

    • Rights issue in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 327 million

      Rights issue in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 327 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the rights issue in Micronic Laser Systems, a high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks. Micronic's systems are used by the world's leading electronics companies in the manufacture of television and computer displays, semiconductor circuits and semiconductor packaging components. July, 2003.
    • Divestment of Scanvan Group (SE) to Sirva Europe Ltd. (UK) by NSG Logistics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Scanvan Group (SE) to Sirva Europe Ltd. (UK) by NSG Logistics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Scanvan Group (SE) to Sirva Europe Ltd. (UK) by NSG Logistics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to NSG Logistics and Procuritas Partners, in the divestment of Scanvan Group, a leading provider of high-quality domestic and international relocation services to corporations, governments and consumers in the Scandinavian countries. NSG is owned by Procuritas, a private equity company, managing funds in excess of SEK 3 billion for regional and global institutional investors. June, 2003.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Swedish Match (SE) — SEK 145 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Swedish Match (SE) — SEK 145 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in a secondary placing of 2.4 million shares in Swedish Match with a value of approximately SEK 145 million (0.7 per cent of the capital). June, 2003.
    • Divestment of Pickenpack Tiefkühlgesellschaft mbH (DE) to Orlando Management GmbH (DE) by Gilde Buy-Out Fund B.V. (NL) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Pickenpack Tiefkühlgesellschaft mbH (DE) to Orlando Management GmbH (DE) by Gilde Buy-Out Fund B.V. (NL) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Pickenpack Tiefkühlgesellschaft mbH (DE) to Orlando Management GmbH (DE) by Gilde Buy-Out Fund B.V. (NL) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser to Gilde Buy-Out Fund in the divestment of Pickenpack to funds administered by the South German private equity firm Orlando Management. Pickenpack is a leading private label producer of deep frozen seafood meals to the retail and foodservice markets across Europe. Gilde Buy-Out Fund is an independent investment fund, operating from The Netherlands and France, with a focus on buy-outs exclusively in continental Europe. June, 2003.

    • Divestment of Semper Clinical Nutrition business unit (SE) to Novartis (CH) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Semper Clinical Nutrition business unit (SE) to Novartis (CH) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Semper Clinical Nutrition business unit (SE) to Novartis (CH) by Arla Foods (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Arla Foods in the divestment of Semper Clinical Nutrition business unit from Arla Foods, a co-operative association owned by approximately 16,000 milk farmers in Sweden and Denmark. Novartis is a global healthcare company with leading positions within the clinical nutrition area in several markets world wide. June, 2003.

    • Public offer for Danske Trælast A/S (DK) by CVC Capital Partners (UK) — DKK 6.2 billion
      Public offer for Danske Trælast A/S (DK) by CVC Capital Partners (UK) — DKK 6.2 billion

      Public offer for Danske Trælast A/S (DK) by CVC Capital Partners (UK) — DKK 6.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser to CVC Capital Partners, a leading European equity firm, in the tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares in Danske Trælast, the leading retailer and wholesaler of building materials for building and refurbishment in the Nordic countries. May, 2003.

    • Divestment of Stenqvist (SE) to Triton (UK) by EQT (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Stenqvist (SE) to Triton (UK) by EQT (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Stenqvist (SE) to Triton (UK) by EQT (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to EQT in the divestment of Stenqvist, a leading manufacturer of packaging materials within its field in the Nordic region. EQT is a group of private equity funds with equity commitments exceeding EUR 3 billion and is sponsored by Investor AB, Sweden's largest listed holding company. Triton is a Northern European private equity firm with offices in Frankfurt, Stockholm and London. May, 2003.

    • Rights issue in Karo Bio (SE) — SEK 125 million

      Rights issue in Karo Bio (SE) — SEK 125 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Karo Bio in a rights issue of approximately SEK 125 million. Karo Bio develops drugs based on nuclear receptor mechanisms. May, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Nobia (SE) — SEK 210 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Nobia (SE) — SEK 210 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary offering of 3.8 million shares in Nobia with a value of approximately SEK 210 million (6.6 per cent of the capital). Norsk Kjökkeninvest was the selling shareholder. May, 2003
    • Acquisition of Respons (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 900 million

      Acquisition of Respons (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 900 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro, provider of directory services, in the acquisition of Respons from Telefos. Respons operates 118 118®, the leading directory assistance provider in Sweden. May, 2003.
    • New share issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 64 million

      New share issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 64 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the new share issue in Teleca. Teleca builds and integrates IT solutions for technology and software intensive customers worldwide. With about 2,400 consultants, Teleca is one of the largest IT services players in the Nordic market. May, 2003.
    • Public offering for Pharmacia (US) by Pfizer (US) — USD 57 billion
      Public offering for Pharmacia (US) by Pfizer (US) — USD 57 billion

      Public offering for Pharmacia (US) by Pfizer (US) — USD 57 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Pharmacia in Sweden in the merger with Pfizer, the largest M&A transaction announced globally in 2002. April, 2003.

    • Acquisition of Støvring Biltransport ApS (DK) by DFDS Roland Munch A/S (DK) — EV of the transaction DKK 16 million

      Acquisition of Støvring Biltransport ApS (DK) by DFDS Roland Munch A/S (DK) — EV of the transaction DKK 16 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to DFDS Roland Munch in the transaction giving DFDS Roland Munch access to the Danish automobile transportation market. March, 2003.
    • Public offer to the shareholders of Europolitan (SE) by Vodafone (UK) — SEK 4.9 billion

      Public offer to the shareholders of Europolitan (SE) by Vodafone (UK) — SEK 4.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Europolitan in the public offer to shareholders. Vodafone unconditionally offered to acquire the 25 per cent of Europolitan which it did not already own. March, 2003.
    • Divestment of Maersk Medical (DK) to Nordic Capital (SE) by A.P. Møller (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Maersk Medical (DK) to Nordic Capital (SE) by A.P. Møller (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Maersk Medical (DK) to Nordic Capital (SE) by A.P. Møller (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to A.P. Møller in the divestment of Maersk Medical, one of Denmark's leading med-tech companies. Maersk Medical develops, produces and markets sterile single-use medical devices to the healthcare sector. March, 2003.

    • Divestment of DEVI A/S (DK) to Danfoss A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of DEVI A/S (DK) to Danfoss A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of DEVI A/S (DK) to Danfoss A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to the owners of Devi, the leading European manufacturer of electric floor heating systems, in the divestment to Danfoss, Denmark's largest industrial group. Danfoss main product areas are refrigeration and air conditioning, heating and water and motion controls. March, 2003.

    • Disposal of GraphX Invest A/S (DK) to a group of private investors by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Disposal of GraphX Invest A/S (DK) to a group of private investors by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Disposal of GraphX Invest A/S (DK) to a group of private investors by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Danish private equity firm Axcel in the disposal of the heat set printing company GraphX Invest to a group of private investors. February, 2003.

    • Divestment of Nycomed's (DK) Skin Care business area to the ACO Hud Division of Oriflame Cosmetics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Nycomed's (DK) Skin Care business area to the ACO Hud Division of Oriflame Cosmetics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Nycomed Skin Care, one of the leading providers of skin care products sold through pharmacies in Denmark and Norway, in the divestment of its skin care business area to the ACO Hud Division of Oriflame Cosmetics. Oriflame Cosmetics sells products such as skincare products, make-up, fragrances and toiletries in more than 50 markets worldwide. February, 2003.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Saab (SE) — SEK 130 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Saab (SE) — SEK 130 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in a secondary placing of 1.3 million shares in Saab with a value of approximately SEK 130 million. November, 2003.
    • New share issue in Aktiv Kapital (NO) — NOK 180 million

      New share issue in Aktiv Kapital (NO) — NOK 180 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole manager in the directed issue of 3,000,000 new shares in Aktiv Kapital ASA. The shares were subscribed for by 9 large international institutions. Aktiv Kapital ASA acquires and provides services for the management of debt portfolios in UK and the Nordic region. October, 2003.
    • Share buy-backs in Sardus (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Sardus (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Sardus as part of Sardus's share repurchase programme.
    • Share buy-backs in Swedish Match (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Swedish Match (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Swedish Match as part of Swedish Match's share repurchase programme.
    • Acquisition of Z. Bavelloni Immobiliare S.P.A. (IT) and Glasto Holding B.V. (NL) by Kyro Group (FI) — EUR 66 plus 10 million

      Acquisition of Z. Bavelloni Immobiliare S.P.A. (IT) and Glasto Holding B.V. (NL) by Kyro Group (FI) — EUR 66 plus 10 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Kyro Group in the acquisition of Z. Bavelloni Immobiliare S.P.A and Glasto Holding B.V. Z. Bavelloni is a manufacturer of pre-processing equipment for the glass and stone industries and Glasto Holding B.V. is a holding company for an international group of sales and service companies serving the glass and stone industries with Bavelloni machines and tools as main products. January, 2003.
    • Share buy-backs in Trelleborg (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Trelleborg (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Trelleborg as part of Trelleborg's share repurchase programme.
    • Share buy-backs in Lindab (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Lindab (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Lindab as part of Lindab's share repurchase programme.
    • Share buy-backs in Haldex (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Haldex (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Haldex as part of Haldex's share repurchase programme.
    • Share buy-backs in Orc Software (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Orc Software (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Orc Software as part of Orc Software's share repurchase programme.
    • Share buy-backs in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Europolitan Vodafone as part of Europolitan Vodafone's share repurchase programme.
    • Acquisition by Axcel and an external management team (DK) of NetTest A/S (DK) from GN Great Nordic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition by Axcel and an external management team (DK) of NetTest A/S (DK) from GN Great Nordic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition by Axcel and an external management team (DK) of NetTest A/S (DK) from GN Great Nordic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Axcel, a leading Danish private equity firm, and an external management team in the acquisition of NetTest A/S, a leading worldwide provider of testing, measurement and monitoring systems across both the optical and network layers of communications networks, from GN Great Nordic A/S. December, 2002.

    • Public offer for Sonera (FI) by Telia (SE) — EUR 10.3 billion
      Public offer for Sonera (FI) by Telia (SE) — EUR 10.3 billion

      Public offer for Sonera (FI) by Telia (SE) — EUR 10.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Telia, the Swedish telecom operator, in its public offer for the Finnish operator Sonera. December, 2002.

    • Acquisition financing (FI) — USD 120 million

      Acquisition financing (FI) — USD 120 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to a Finnish listed company in a cross-border acquisition of a Norwegian competitor. Apart from the advisory on the M&A process, Carnegie led the funding process of the acquisition financing. 2002.
    • Debt advisory (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Debt advisory (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to a partly state owned company in a cross-border acquisition of a competitor. Apart from the advisory on the M&A process, Carnegie acted as adviser on the funding alternatives to enable and support the acquisition. 2002
    • Divestment of IVT Industrier AB (SE) to a consortium led by ABN AMRO Capital (NL) — SEK 500 million

      Divestment of IVT Industrier AB (SE) to a consortium led by ABN AMRO Capital (NL) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the divestment of IVT Industrier AB to a consortium comprising ABN AMRO Capital and a number of the IVT shareholders. November, 2002.
    • Merger of Life Science Department of 6-AP Fund (SE) with Medicon Valley Capital (DK) and Innoventus (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Merger of Life Science Department of 6-AP Fund (SE) with Medicon Valley Capital (DK) and Innoventus (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to 6 AP-Fund in the merger of Life Science Department of 6-AP Fund with Medicon Valley Capital and Innoventus. October, 2002.
    • Public offer by Outokumpu (FI) for AvestaPolarit (FI) — EUR 1.1 billion

      Public offer by Outokumpu (FI) for AvestaPolarit (FI) — EUR 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Outokumpu in the company's initial acquisition of 23.2 per cent of AvestaPolarit from Corus, and in the subsequent tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares in AvestaPolarit. October, 2002.
    • Total financing for Outokumpu (FI) — EUR 1.1 billion

      Total financing for Outokumpu (FI) — EUR 1.1 billion

      Apart from acting as M&A adviser to Outokumpu in the subusequent offer of all outstanding shares in Avesta Polarit, Carnegie advised on the total financing of the acquisition. October, 2002.
    • Acquisition of Bautas (NO) by Ramirent (FI) — NOK 885 million
      Acquisition of Bautas (NO) by Ramirent (FI) — NOK 885 million

      Acquisition of Bautas (NO) by Ramirent (FI) — NOK 885 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Ramirent in the acquisition of Bautas, Norway's largest equipment rental company. September, 2002.

    • Debt financing for Ramirent (FI) / Bautas (NO) — EUR 112 million

      Debt financing for Ramirent (FI) / Bautas (NO) — EUR 112 million

      In addition to the M&A advisory to Ramirent in the acquisition of Bautas, Norway's largest equipment rental company, Carnegie advised on the debt financing supporting the transaction. September, 2002.
    • Simplified procedure directed to 102,000 shareholders

      Simplified procedure directed to 102,000 shareholders

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Monsanto in the offering to small shareholders to sell or to purchase shares in Monsanto. September, 2002.
    • Option program in Finnveden (SE)

      Option program in Finnveden (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Finnveden in the offer to management to buy call options issued by Carnegie. Finnveden is an international engineering group. Products include fasteners, engine components and sheet-metal components. September, 2002.
    • Option program in Haldex (SE)

      Option program in Haldex (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Haldex in the offer to management to receive call options issued by Carnegie. Haldex acts globally in specific areas of vehicle technology and supplies proprietary products for trucks, cars and industrial vehicles. September, 2002.
    • Pharmacia (US) / Monsanto (US) — Spin-off — USD 3.7 billion
      Pharmacia (US) / Monsanto (US) — Spin-off — USD 3.7 billion

      Pharmacia (US) / Monsanto (US) — Spin-off — USD 3.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Pharmacia in respect of the spin-off of Pharmacia's holding in Monsanto to Pharmacia's shareholders (including 105,000 holders of Swedish depositary receipts). August, 2002.

    • Secondary offering of shares in Nordea (SE) — SEK 4.6 billion

      Secondary offering of shares in Nordea (SE) — SEK 4.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the secondary offering of shares in Nordea, with a value of SEK 4.6 billion (or 3.1 per cent of the capital). Tryg Danmark was the selling shareholder. June, 2002.
    • Merger between JOT Automation Oyj (FI) and Elektrobit Oy (FI) — EUR 160 million
      Merger between JOT Automation Oyj (FI) and Elektrobit Oy (FI) — EUR 160 million

      Merger between JOT Automation Oyj (FI) and Elektrobit Oy (FI) — EUR 160 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to JOT Automation Oyj in the merger between Jot Automation Oyj and Elektrobit Oy. The merged company aims to be a significant company in contract R&D and production automation for the telecommunication sector. June, 2002.

    • Initial public offering of Intrum Justitia AB (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Initial public offering of Intrum Justitia AB (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Intrum Justitia AB on Stockholmsbörsen. Intrum Justitia AB is a leading European receivable management company. The company's services span from the initial invoice to the final payment. June, 2002.
    • Rights issue in Bavarian Nordic Research Institute A/S (DK) — DKK 50 million

      Rights issue in Bavarian Nordic Research Institute A/S (DK) — DKK 50 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the rights issue in Bavarian Nordic Research Institute A/S. Bavarian Nordic Research Institute A/S is a Danish biotechnology company involved in research and development of platform technologies for the production of therapeutic vaccines and gene therapy. June, 2002.
    • Initial public offering of Nobia (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Initial public offering of Nobia (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Nobia on Stockholmsbörsen. Nobia is Europe’s leading kitchen company. The Group has strong brands, including Marbodal, HTH, Norema, Poggenpohl and Magnet. June, 2002.
    • Acquisition made by H+H International (DK) — EUR 42 million

      Acquisition made by H+H International (DK) — EUR 42 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to H+H in the transaction giving H+H International access to the German market, and an ability to move production from Denmark to Germany exploiting materially lower production unit costs. June, 2002.
    • Public offer for Vest-Wood A/S (DK) by Axcel (DK) — DKK 2.5 billion
      Public offer for Vest-Wood A/S (DK) by Axcel (DK) — DKK 2.5 billion

      Public offer for Vest-Wood A/S (DK) by Axcel (DK) — DKK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to a consortium of investors led by Axcel and Polaris, two Danish private equity funds, in the public offer for Vest-Wood A/S, a leading manufacturer of wooden doors in northern Europe. June, 2002.

    • Divestment of 50 per cent of DFDS Transport Logistics (DK) to TNT Logistics (NL) — DKK 271 million

      Divestment of 50 per cent of DFDS Transport Logistics (DK) to TNT Logistics (NL) — DKK 271 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to DSV in the creation of a Nordic logistics joint venture with TNT Logistics, where TNT Logistics acquired 50 per cent of DFDS Transport Logistics, DSV's Nordic logistics company. TNT DFDS Transport Logistics will be the leading logistics provider in the Nordic region. June, 2002.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 324 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 324 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the secondary offering of 1,850,000 existing shares to international and domestic institutions. Orc Software develops and markets standardised and turnkey software for pricing, trading and risk management in real time in international electronic markets for financial instruments, commodities and energy. May, 2002.
    • Simplified procedure directed to 163,000 shareholders

      Simplified procedure directed to 163,000 shareholders

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser to Billerud in the offering to small shareholders to sell or purchase shares in Billerud. May, 2002.
    • Option program in Sardus (SE)

      Option program in Sardus (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sardus in the offer to management to receive stock options issued by Sardus. Sardus is a niche player in sandwich fillings and processed meat with strong brand names in the Swedish market. May, 2002.
    • Acquisition by Alm. Brand A/S (DK) of non-life insurance business of Alm. Brand af 1792 G/S (DK) — DKK 578 million

      Acquisition by Alm. Brand A/S (DK) of non-life insurance business of Alm. Brand af 1792 G/S (DK) — DKK 578 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Alm. Brand A/S in issuing a fairness opinion concerning the company's acquisition of the non-life insurance portfolio of Alm. Brand af 1792 G/S. May, 2002.
    • Acquisition by Den Norske Bank Holding ASA (NO) of Skandia Asset Management (SE) — SEK 3.2 billion
      Acquisition by Den Norske Bank Holding ASA (NO) of Skandia Asset Management (SE) — SEK 3.2 billion

      Acquisition by Den Norske Bank Holding ASA (NO) of Skandia Asset Management (SE) — SEK 3.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Den Norske Bank Holding ASA in the acquisition of Skandia Asset Management, one of the major asset managers in the Nordic region with a total of NOK 250 billion under management, from Skandia. May, 2002.

    • Private placement in Inion Oy (FI) — EUR 16.1 million

      Private placement in Inion Oy (FI) — EUR 16.1 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in a private placement of EUR 16.1 million in Inion Oy, with focus on biomaterials and novel biomaterials based surgical solutions. May, 2002.
    • Divestment of Brdr. A&B Andersen (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Brdr. A&B Andersen (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to DSV in their divestment of the net assets and activities in Brdr. A & B Andersen, a non-core local contractor company, to M.J. Eriksson A/S. May, 2002.
    • Option program in Gunnebo (SE)

      Option program in Gunnebo (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Gunnebo in the offer to management to receive stock options issued by Gunnebo. Gunnebo is an international security group with a product range including fire and burglar resistant safes, security products for banks and cash handling and electronic security systems. May, 2002.
    • New share issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 135 million

      New share issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 135 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the new share issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment to private and institutional investors. PARKEN Sport & Entertainment is a leading provider of large sports- and entertainment events in the Copenhagen area. May, 2002.
    • Option program in Teleca (SE)

      Option program in Teleca (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Teleca in the offer to employees and management to purchase warrants issued by Teleca. Teleca builds and integrates solutions for technology and software intensive customers worldwide. With about 2,400 consultants, Teleca is one of the largest IT services players in the Nordic market. May, 2002.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Lundbeck (DK) — DKK 1.7 billion

      Secondary offering of shares in Lundbeck (DK) — DKK 1.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in the pharmaceuticals company Lundbeck, with a value of DKK 1.7 billion. April, 2002.
    • Private placement of equity in MariCal LLC (US) — USD 3 million

      Private placement of equity in MariCal LLC (US) — USD 3 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in MariCal LLC to Norwegian institutional investors with focus on life science. MariCal LLC is a US aquatic life sciences company with focus on the aquaculture industry. April, 2002.
    • Directed new share issue in Axis-Shield plc (NO and UK) — GBP 8.3 million

      Directed new share issue in Axis-Shield plc (NO and UK) — GBP 8.3 million

      Directed new share issue in Axis-Shield plc (NO and UK) — GBP 8.3 million Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a directed new share issue of GBP 8.3 million in Axis-Shield plc towards Norwegian and UK based institutional investors. Axis-Shield, whose shares are listed on the London and the Oslo Stock Exchanges, is an international in vitro diagnostics company headquartered in Dundee with R&D and manufacturing bases in Dundee and Oslo. April, 2002.
    • Option program in Studsvik (SE)

      Option program in Studsvik (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Studsvik in the offer to all employees to buy warrants issued by Studsvik. Studsvik is a high-tech company, which develops and markets products and services that help users of nuclear technology to solve environmental, safety and quality problems. April, 2002.
    • New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 400 million

      New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the new share issue in Observer of SEK 400 million. Observer AB is active in business and communication intelligence, offering media and market monitoring, analysis and communication evaluations as well as target group identification and distribution of information for PR and IR purposes. Observer AB has a turnover of nearly SEK 1,900 million on an annual basis, with around 2,700 employees in the U.S., the UK, Sweden, Canada, Germany, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. April, 2002.
    • Option program in Epsilon (SE)

      Option program in Epsilon (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Epsilon in the offer to all employees to buy warrants issued by Epsilon. Epsilon, which has approximately 1,000 employees, focuses on high-technology product development. The Company’s consulting services and total solutions are directed primarily to development-intensive companies in the following priority market segments: Automotive, Life Science, Communication Technology and Manufacturing Industry. April, 2002.
    • Acquisition by HiQ International AB (SE) of Softplan Oy (FI) — SEK 122 million

      Acquisition by HiQ International AB (SE) of Softplan Oy (FI) — SEK 122 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to HiQ International AB, a leading Nordic IT and management consultancy, in the acquisition of IT consultancy Softplan Oy, which focuses on advanced technical systems development in areas such as telecom and the public sector. April, 2002.
    • Private placement of equity in UniCrop Oy (FI) — EUR 5 million

      Private placement of equity in UniCrop Oy (FI) — EUR 5 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of EUR 5 million in UniCrop Oy. Unicrop Oy is a company active in research and development in plant biotechnology, and specializing in the production of therapeutic proteins in transgenic plants. March, 2002.
    • Merger between Kværner ASA (NO) and Aker Maritime ASA’s (NO) oil & gas operations — NOK 3.6 billion
      Merger between Kværner ASA (NO) and Aker Maritime ASA’s (NO) oil & gas operations — NOK 3.6 billion

      Merger between Kværner ASA (NO) and Aker Maritime ASA’s (NO) oil & gas operations — NOK 3.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Aker Maritime ASA in the merger between Kværner ASA and Aker Oil & Gas Holding AS. The value attributed to Aker Maritime ASA ’s oil & gas operations was NOK 3.6 billion, of which interest bearing debt accounted for NOK 800 million. March, 2002.

    • New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 45 million

      New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 45 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the issue of new shares in Intentia, a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. Intentia received proceeds of SEK 45 million before the costs of the share issue. March, 2002.
    • Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Prevas in the offer to all employees to receive stock options issued by Prevas. Prevas is a projectoriented IT consultancy that offers technical IT systems and consultant services to the Life Science industry as well as IT in products and embedded systems, custom-made systems for the manufacturing industry, products and services for electronics and medicines production and digital media. March, 2002.
    • Divestment of Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy (FI) to TDC Förlag A/S (DK) — EUR 12 million

      Divestment of Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy (FI) to TDC Förlag A/S (DK) — EUR 12 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Sanoma Magazines Finland Oy in the divestment of Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy, a subsidiary of TDC Forlag A/S. Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy is the leading provider of B2B information solutions in Finland within specialized trade directories, public sector directories, buyer’s guides and direct marketing address services. March, 2002.
    • Acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA (NO) from Merkantildata (NO) — NOK 460 million
      Acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA (NO) from Merkantildata (NO) — NOK 460 million

      Acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA (NO) from Merkantildata (NO) — NOK 460 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to TietoEnator Corp. in the acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA from Merkantildata. March, 2002.

    • Merger of CargoNet AS (NO) and Rail Combi AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger of CargoNet AS (NO) and Rail Combi AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Green Cargo AB, the rail freight company demerged from SJ, the Swedish State Railways, in the acquisition of a 45 per cent shareholding in CargoNet AS, the Norwegian rail freight company demerged from NSB BA, the Norwegian state owned railway company. The transaction was made by a contribution in kind to CargoNet AS of 100 per cent of the shares in Rail Combi AB, the leading provider of intermodal transport services in Sweden. February, 2002.
    • Public offer to the shareholders of AssiDomän AB (SE) by Sveaskog (SE) — SEK 21.9 billion
      Public offer to the shareholders of AssiDomän AB (SE) by Sveaskog (SE) — SEK 21.9 billion

      Public offer to the shareholders of AssiDomän AB (SE) by Sveaskog (SE) — SEK 21.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to AssiDomän AB in connection with the public offer to the shareholders of AssiDomän AB by Sveaskog AB, a company wholly-owned by the Kingdom of Sweden. February, 2002.

    • Divestment of Amplion AB (SE) — SEK 5.4 billion

      Divestment of Amplion AB (SE) — SEK 5.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to a consortium led by Deutsche Bank and Alecta in the divestment of Amplion AB to Fastighets AB Tornet and others. Amplion AB comprises mainly properties acquired from Telia in 1998. February, 2002.
    • Public offer by Teleca (SE) for AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion
      Public offer by Teleca (SE) for AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Public offer by Teleca (SE) for AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AU-System, a provider of telecom related IT-consultancy services, in the public offer by Teleca, a competitor to AU-System in the same subsegment of the IT-services industry. The new group is one of the leading telecom related IT-consultancy providers in Europe. February, 2002.

    • Directed issue and a rights issue in Kverneland ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Directed issue and a rights issue in Kverneland ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed issue in Kverneland ASA of NOK 275 million and a subsequent rights issue of NOK 25 million. Kverneland is Europe's largest specialised farm equipment company. Its focus is on supplying a complete range of products to different segments; grass, arable, sprayers, vineyard, spreaders and potato/root crops. March, 2002.
    • New share issue in Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) — NOK 134 million

      New share issue in Aktiv Kapital ASA (NO) — NOK 134 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a new share issue in Aktiv Kapital ASA in connection with its acquisition of Storebrand Finans. Aktiv Kapital ASA acquires and provides services for management of debt portfolios in UK and the Nordic region. January, 2002.
    • New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a directed share issue and rights issue in Kværner. Kværner is an oil service and industrial process technology supplier. The company focuses on supplying engineering and project management services to process industries, both upstream and downstream, as well as supplying products and technology to the upstream oil industry. January, 2002.
    • Private placement of equity in Network Electronics ASA (NO) — NOK 9 million

      Private placement of equity in Network Electronics ASA (NO) — NOK 9 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Network Electronics ASA, a leading producer of small, mid-sized and large routers and optical transmission hardware for dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM). January, 2002.
    • Financing solution for Utfors (SE) — SEK 376 million

      Financing solution for Utfors (SE) — SEK 376 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser on the total financing solution amounting to SEK 376 million which comprised of equity as well as new debt. January, 2002.
    • Divestment of Orbiant Group (SE) by Telia AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 3.5 billion

      Divestment of Orbiant Group (SE) by Telia AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 3.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Telia AB (publ), in the sale of the Orbiant Group, consisting of the companies Neterna, Telia Service, Telia Systems, Evega, Relacom and Wireless Network Management. The Orbiant Group provides a complete portfolio of services for the design, installation, maintenance and management of networks and other equipment for fixed and mobile data and telecommunications. In the transaction, Flextronics, the supplier of construction and manufacturing related services, acquired 91 per cent of the Orbiant Group. December, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 313 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 313 million

      Carnegie placed 4,600,000 existing shares as lead manager to international and domestic institutions. Capio AB is the leading healthcare provider in Scandinavia and supplies services within some 30 medical specialist fields. December, 2001.
    • New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a new share issue directed towards Norwegian and international institutional investors, and domestic private investors in Kværner ASA, an oil service and industrial process technology supplier. Kværner ASA focuses on supplying engineering and project management services to process industries, both upstream and downstream, as well as supplying products and technology to the upstream oil industry. December, 2001.
    • Public offer for Scandinavia Online (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Public offer for Scandinavia Online (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in its recommended public offer to the shareholders of Scandinavia Online. The consideration was in cash. Total value of the transaction was SEK 127 million. December, 2001.
    • Option program in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Option program in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Europolitan Vodafone in the offer to management to receive compound-options issued by Europolitan Vodafone. In Sweden, the Vodafone Group is active in an number of areas including mobile telephony and retail operations with some fifty stores all over the country. December, 2001.
    • Demerger of Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Demerger of Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Telecomputing ASA in the demerger of the company into the Nordic ASP company Telecomputing ASA and the US based SPS (Service Provider Solutions) company Apptix. Telecomputing ASA acts as an Application Service Provider and assumes management, maintenance and support of the clients’ software and data applications through its own operation center and serverfarms. December, 2001.
    • Divestment of DSV Parcel (DK) to Posten AB (SE) — DKK 1 billion

      Divestment of DSV Parcel (DK) to Posten AB (SE) — DKK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DSV in the sale of DSV Parcel (DSV's Nordic Parcel activities) and 50 per cent of DFDS Tollpost Globe AS (DSV's Norwegian haulauge company) to Posten AB. December, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Billerud (SE) — SEK 2.4 billion

      Initial public offering of Billerud (SE) — SEK 2.4 billion

      As part of its restructuring, AssiDomän has spun-off its 70 per cent holding in Billerud to the AssiDomän shareholders. Following the distribution of shares, Billerud was listed on the O-list of Stockholmsbörsen. Carnegie acted as adviser to AssiDomän in the restructuring work and Billerud in the listing process. November, 2001.
    • Funding structure for Observer (SE) — 75 million

      Funding structure for Observer (SE) — 75 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Observer in the cross-border acquisition of Bacon. Apart from advisory on the M&A process, Carnegie acted as adivser on the funding structure consisting of various senior and subordinated debt, as well as traditional bridge financing. The bridge financing was later taken out by equity in a rights issue managed by Carnegie. November, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Bacon's Information Inc. (US)  by Observer (SE) — USD 90 million

      Acquisition of Bacon's Information Inc. (US) by Observer (SE) — USD 90 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Observer in the USD 90 million acquisition of Bacon's Information Inc., a leading provider of media databases and media monitoring services in the US, from Primedia Inc. November, 2001.
    • Public offer for Spar Finland (FI) by Axfood (SE) — EUR 9 million

      Public offer for Spar Finland (FI) by Axfood (SE) — EUR 9 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Axfood, one of the largest listed retail companies in the Nordic region, in the public offer for Spar Finland. November, 2001.
    • Option program in Biovitrum (SE)

      Option program in Biovitrum (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Biovitrum in the offer to all employees to purchase warrants issued by Biovitrum. Biovitrum is one of Europe's largest biotechnology companies active in the research and development of small molecule drugs and recombinant protein drugs, as well as the manufacture of recombinant protein drugs. November, 2001.
    • Divestment by Norsk Hydro ASA (NO) of Pronova Biomedical AS (NO) to FMC Corporation (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment by Norsk Hydro ASA (NO) of Pronova Biomedical AS (NO) to FMC Corporation (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Norsk Hydro ASA in the divestment of the Pronova Biomedical AS, a leading company in developing and supplying ultrapure, well-characterized alginates and chitosans for the pharmaceutical and biomedical industry. November, 2001.
    • Divestment by Norsk Hydro ASA (NO) of Hydro Oleochemicals AS (NO) to Oleon NV (BE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment by Norsk Hydro ASA (NO) of Hydro Oleochemicals AS (NO) to Oleon NV (BE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie advised Norsk Hydro ASA in the divestment of the specialty chemicals company Hydro Oleochemicals AS, producing fatty acids and esters for industrial applications. November, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.0 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner to Telia and Elisa in the secondary placing of 54,000,000 shares in Eniro to domestic and international institutional investors. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. November, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Millicom’s Russian assets by Tele2 AB (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Acquisition of Millicom’s Russian assets by Tele2 AB (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Tele2 AB, in the acquisition of Millicom’s Russian cellular telephony assets. Tele2 AB, formed in 1993, is the leading alternative pan-European telecommunications company offering fixed and mobile telephony, data network and Internet services under the brands Tele2, Tango and Comviq to 13.7 million people in 21 countries. November, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Direktia (FI) by Eniro (SE) — FIM 550 million

      Acquisition of Direktia (FI) by Eniro (SE) — FIM 550 million

      Carnegie acts as financial adviser to Eniro, provider of directory services, in the acquisition of the directory business of Elisa, Direktia. The new group is the leading directory services provider in Finland. November, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 218 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 218 million

      Carnegie placed 2,000,000 existing shares as sole lead manager to international and domestic institutions. Orc Software develops and markets standardised and turnkey software for pricing, trading and risk management in real time in international electronic markets for financial instruments, commodities and energy. October, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Svenska PA System Group (SE) and Retea (SE) by Bure (SE) – SEK 250 million

      Acquisition of Svenska PA System Group (SE) and Retea (SE) by Bure (SE) – SEK 250 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bure in the acquisition of Svenska PA System Group, consisting of the companies Svenska PA System AB, Palett AB and Time Recorder Data A/S, and Retea from TurnIT AB (publ) (SE). Svenska PA System is a leading provider of human resource management systems. Retea is a consultancy service provider with focus on the telecommunications industry. October, 2001
    • Divestment of 34 per cent of Espoon Sähkö (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of 34 per cent of Espoon Sähkö (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the City of Espoo in the sale of 34 per cent of Espoon Sähkö. Espoon Sähkö is one of the largest electricity distributors in Finland. Additionally, Espoon Sähkö supplies district heating for the regions of the City of Espoo and the City of Joensuu. September, 2001.
    • New share issue in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 746 million

      New share issue in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 746 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a new share issue in Metro International S.A., directed at more than 20 Swedish and international institutional investors. Metro International S.A. is the world's largest free newspaper, publishing and distributing 21 editions in 15 countries and in 14 languages. September, 2001.
    • New share issue in AU-System (SE) — SEK 80 million

      New share issue in AU-System (SE) — SEK 80 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a new share issue, directed at a limited number of institutional investors in Sweden and internationally. AU-System is a leading mobile Internet consultancy. Through the subsidiary SandbergTrygg, the company also offers integrated services for marketing communications. September, 2001.
    • Divestment of Eumetrix (SE) to TietoEnator (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Eumetrix (SE) to TietoEnator (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to owners of Eumetrix, a software company, in the divestment of the company to TietoEnator, a listed Finnish/Swedish IT-consulting company. September, 2001.
    • Divestment of TraffiCare AB (SE) to ISS (DK) — SEK 115 million

      Divestment of TraffiCare AB (SE) to ISS (DK) — SEK 115 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to SwedCarrier, a holding company owned by the Swedish state, in the divestment of TraffiCare AB to ISS, the Danish facility service company. August, 2001.
    • Divestment of Danapak Plast (DK) by Arla Foods (DK) to Rexam plc. (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Danapak Plast (DK) by Arla Foods (DK) to Rexam plc. (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Arla Foods in the divestment of Danapak Plast to Rexam plc (UK). August, 2001.
    • Private placement of equity in Boule Diagnostics (SE) — SEK 44 million

      Private placement of equity in Boule Diagnostics (SE) — SEK 44 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in Boule Diagnostics to institutional investors. Boule Diagnostics is working with diagnostic instruments within infection and haematology. August, 2001.
    • Public offer for Lindab AB (SE) by consortium lead by Ratos (SE) — SEK 4.6 billion

      Public offer for Lindab AB (SE) by consortium lead by Ratos (SE) — SEK 4.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the consortium comprising Ratos, the 6th AP fund and Skandia Liv, in the public offer for Lindab AB. Lindab AB is a global ventilation and building materials group active in 130 locations in 21 countries, with a world-leading position in circular duct systems. July, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.2 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager to Telia in the secondary placing of 40,000,000 shares in Eniro to domestic and international institutional investors. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. July, 2001.
    • Divestment of Haninge Bostäder (SE) — SEK 2.4 billion

      Divestment of Haninge Bostäder (SE) — SEK 2.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to state-owned Venantius AB in the divestment of three residential real estate portfolios in the municipality of Haninge. The three different buyers were a consortium lead by Mandamus; Stena Fastigheter, a private real estate company; and Niam, a Swedish property fund. July, 2001.
    • Divestment of Accept Finans (DK) by Gjensidige NOR Sparbanken (NO) to GE Capital (US) — DKK 573 million
      Divestment of Accept Finans (DK) by Gjensidige NOR Sparbanken (NO) to GE Capital (US) — DKK 573 million

      Divestment of Accept Finans (DK) by Gjensidige NOR Sparbanken (NO) to GE Capital (US) — DKK 573 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Gjensidige NOR Sparbanken in the divestment of Accept Finans to GE Capital. July, 2001.

    • Divestment and equity financing of Biovitrum AB (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion
      Divestment and equity financing of Biovitrum AB (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Divestment and equity financing of Biovitrum AB (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Pharmacia and Biovitrum AB in the spin-off and equity financing of the biotechnology company Biovitrum AB from a division within Pharmacia to a consortium led by MPM Capital and Nordic Capital. Biovitrum AB is active in research into metabolic diseases and recombinant proteins. July, 2001.

    • Rights issue in C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA (NO) — NOK 125 million

      Rights issue in C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA (NO) — NOK 125 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA’s rights issue. C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA is a leading corporate office supply provider in the Scandinavian market. July, 2001.
    • Partial offer to the shareholders in Pergo AB (SE) by Sydsvenska Kemi (SE) — SEK 250 million
      Partial offer to the shareholders in Pergo AB (SE) by Sydsvenska Kemi (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Partial offer to the shareholders in Pergo AB (SE) by Sydsvenska Kemi (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Carnegie advised Sydsvenska Kemi, a company owned by Industri Kapital, in conjuction with its partial offer to purchase 14.3 per cent of the shares in Pergo AB. The offer was an integral part of Sydsvenska Kemi's public offer to the shareholders in Perstorp AB. Pergo AB was, at the time of the announcement, a wholly-owned subsidiary to Perstorp AB. Sydsvenska Kemi's offer for Perstorp AB was conditional on a spin-off of Pergo AB. July, 2001.

    • Visma ASA’s (NO) merger with SPCS ASA (NO/SE) — NOK 835 million

      Visma ASA’s (NO) merger with SPCS ASA (NO/SE) — NOK 835 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in a fairness opinion to Visma regarding the exchange ratio between Visma ASA and SPCS ASA in connection with the merger of the two companies. Prior to the merger, SPCS ASA was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange as well as the Stockholm Stock Exchange. July, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Statoil ASA (NO) — NOK 26.4 billion

      Initial public offering of Statoil ASA (NO) — NOK 26.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Statoil ASA. The new share issue and secondary offering totaled more than 383 million shares, excluding an over-allotment option of 58 million shares. At the offer price of NOK 69 per share, Statoil ASA was valued at NOK 151 billion. After completion of the initial public offering, the Norwegian Government owned approximately 80 per cent in Statoil ASA. June, 2001.
    • Public offer to the shareholders of Perstorp AB (SE) by Industri Kapital (SE) — SEK 7.9 billion

      Public offer to the shareholders of Perstorp AB (SE) by Industri Kapital (SE) — SEK 7.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Industri Kapital in the public offer to the shareholders and holders of convertible debentures issued by Perstorp AB. The total consideration, based on the nominal value of the debenture loan, corresponds to around SEK 7.9 billion (including the consideration for convertible debentures but exclusive of the face value). June, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Carnegie (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Initial public offering of Carnegie (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of Carnegie on Stockholmsbörsen. June, 2001.
    • Divestment of Nordisk Parkering (SE) to Bridgepoint Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Nordisk Parkering (SE) to Bridgepoint Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Nordisk Parkering (SE) to Bridgepoint Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to UBS Capital in the divestment of Nordisk Parkering to Bridgepoint Capital. Nordisk Parkering is the largest privately owned car park operator in the Nordic region. June, 2001.

    • Acquisition of the remaining 66 per cent of the shares in Dansk Pakkedistribution (DK) by DSV (DK) — DKK 82 million

      Acquisition of the remaining 66 per cent of the shares in Dansk Pakkedistribution (DK) by DSV (DK) — DKK 82 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DSV in their acquisition of the reamaining 66 per cent of the shares in Dansk Pakkedistribution (DPD Denmark) from Transit Transport Flensburg. DSV thereby also took over the DPD (Deutsche Paket Dienst) franchise rights to the Danish markets. June, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Acta Holding ASA (NO) — NOK 180 million

      Initial public offering of Acta Holding ASA (NO) — NOK 180 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering and the new share issue of NOK 180 million in Acta Holding ASA at the Oslo Stock Exchange. Acta Holding ASA is a leading independent financial adviser in the Nordic region. June, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of BioInvent International AB (SE) — SEK 372 million

      Initial public offering of BioInvent International AB (SE) — SEK 372 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of BioInvent International AB on Stockholmsbörsen. By use of its technology platform BioInvent International AB is a partner to pharmaceutical companies within therapeutic antibodies and antibodies for use as discovery tools. June, 2001.
    • Option program in BioInvent International AB (SE)

      Option program in BioInvent International AB (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BioInvent in the offer to employees and management to purchase warrants issued by BioInvent International AB. By use of its technology platform BioInvent International AB is a partner to pharmaceutical companies within therapeutic antibodies and antibodies for use as discovery tools. June, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Accumetrics Inc. (US) by Radiometer A/S (DK) — DKK 85 million

      Acquisition of Accumetrics Inc. (US) by Radiometer A/S (DK) — DKK 85 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Radiometer A/S in the acquisition of Accumetrics Inc. For DKK 85 million. Radiometer A/S sells laboratory instruments. June, 2001.
    • Directed new share issue in Bavarian Nordic Research Institute A/S (DK) — DKK 80 million

      Directed new share issue in Bavarian Nordic Research Institute A/S (DK) — DKK 80 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue in Bavarian Nordic Research Institute A/S, a Danish biotechnology company involved in research and development of platform technologies for the production of therapeutic vaccines and gene therapy. June, 2001.
    • Private placement of equity in CEBA AB (SE) — SEK 35 million

      Private placement of equity in CEBA AB (SE) — SEK 35 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in CEBA AB to institutional investors. CEBA AB is a company working with functional food. June, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Capio AB (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the secondary placement of equity in Capio AB, the leading healthcare provider in Scandinavia and supplies services within some 30 medical specialist fields. June, 2001.
    • Redemption offer in Aker Maritime ASA (NO) — NOK 1.8 billion

      Redemption offer in Aker Maritime ASA (NO) — NOK 1.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a voluntary redemption of minority shares in Aker Maritime ASA. The offer price of NOK 95 per share valued Aker Maritime ASA at NOK 5.4 billion. Shareholders representing approximately 90 per cent of all outstanding minority shares accepted to redeem their shares. June, 2001.
    • Private placement of equity in Aktivist Network (FI) — EUR 6 million

      Private placement of equity in Aktivist Network (FI) — EUR 6 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in Aktivist Network to institutional investors. Aktivist Network is a leading city and entertainment magazine operating in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Russia, Poland and the Baltic countries. July, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of BTS Group AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Initial public offering of BTS Group AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the initial public offering of BTS Group AB (publ) on Stockholmsbörsen. BTS Group AB (publ) is an international consulting and education company within business acumen. The company supports clients’ management in implementing change and increase profit through solutions based on tailor-made simulation models. June, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Consorte Group (NO) — NOK 40 million

      Initial public offering of Consorte Group (NO) — NOK 40 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Consorte Group, a leading provider of managed Intelligent Network ("IN") services, on the Oslo Stock Exchange. June, 2001.
    • Option program in IAR Systems (SE)

      Option program in IAR Systems (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to IAR Systems in the offer to employees to receive stock options issued by IAR Systems. IAR Systems is an international suppliers of development tools and services for embedded systems, which are used for regulating and controlling products containing microprocessors – for example, mobile telephones, airbags, GPS systems, remote control units and computer games. June, 2001.
    • New share issue in DSV (DK) — DKK 355 million

      New share issue in DSV (DK) — DKK 355 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the new share issue in DSV on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. June, 2001.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 413 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 413 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in Vestas (producer of windmill generators), with a value of DKK 413 million. May, 2001.
    • Option program in Karo Bio (SE)

      Option program in Karo Bio (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Karo Bio in the offer to all employees to receive stock options issued by Karo Bio. Karo Bio is a drug discovery company for the development of precision drugs to treat major diseases in the field of nuclear receptors. May, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Panorama Polska (PO) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Acquisition of Panorama Polska (PO) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the acquisition of the Polish company Panorama Polska for approximately SEK 1.2 billion. May, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Studsvik AB (SE) — SEK 377 million

      Initial public offering of Studsvik AB (SE) — SEK 377 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the distribution of Atle AB's holdings in Studsvik AB to the shareholders of Atle AB, and the subsequent listing of Studsvik AB on Stockholmsbörsen. May, 2001.
    • Fjord Seafood ASA’s (NO) acquisition of ContiSea LLC (US) — NOK 750 million

      Fjord Seafood ASA’s (NO) acquisition of ContiSea LLC (US) — NOK 750 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to ContiGroup Companies, Inc. and Seaboard Corporation in Fjord Seafood ASA’s acquisition of ContiSea LLC. With the transaction Fjord Seafood ASA has built up a worldwide organisation with some 10 per cent of the world’s production of Atlantic Salmon. May, 2001.
    • Option program in Q-Med AB (SE)

      Option program in Q-Med AB (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Q-Med AB in the offer to management to purchase warrants issued by Q-Med AB, a company active in pharmaceutical development within the hyaluronic acid area. May, 2001.
    • Divestment by AssiDomän (SE) to Kappa Packaging (NL) — SEK 10.4 billion

      Divestment by AssiDomän (SE) to Kappa Packaging (NL) — SEK 10.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AssiDomän in the divestment of business area Corrugated and Containerboard to Kappa Alpha Holdings ("Kappa Holdings") Kappa Holdings is a company formed by Cinven Ltd and CVC Capital Partners, to be integrated with Kappa Packaging, one of Europe's largest companies operating in the production, development and sale of recycled paper, solid board, corrugated and solid-board packagings, graphic and speciality board. May, 2001.
    • Option programs in Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE)

      Option programs in Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Micronic Laser Systems AB in the offer to all employees to purchase warrants issued by Micronic Laser Systems AB and in the offer to management to receive stock options issued by Micronic Laser Systems AB, a high-tech company active in the development, manufacturing and marketing of extremely accurate laser writers used to produce photomasks. May, 2001.
    • Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Prevas in the offer to all employees to receive stock options issued by Prevas. Prevas is a projectoriented IT consultancy that offers technical IT systems and consultant services to the Life Science industry as well as IT in products and embedded systems, custom-made systems for the manufacturing industry, products and services for electronics and medicines production and digital media. May, 2001.
    • Global secondary offering in DnB Holding ASA (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Global secondary offering in DnB Holding ASA (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as global co-lead manager in the secondary offering by the Government Bank Investment Fund. The Norwegian Government reduced their holding in the Norwegian commercial bank DnB Holding ASA from 60.6 per cent to 47.3 per cent. April, 2001.
    • Public offer to the shareholders of Atle AB (SE) by Woodrose Invest AB (SE) — SEK 10.2 billion

      Public offer to the shareholders of Atle AB (SE) by Woodrose Invest AB (SE) — SEK 10.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Atle AB and gave a fairness opinion on the public offer to the shareholders of Atle AB by Woodrose Invest AB, jointly owned by Ratos AB and 3i Group plc. April, 2001.
    • General advisory services in ProstaLund AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      General advisory services in ProstaLund AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in connection with a private placement of SEK 100 million in ProstaLund AB, a medical technology company focused on development of new products for treatment of urological conditions. April, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Danske Bank (DK) — DKK 5 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Danske Bank (DK) — DKK 5 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the secondary placing of shares in Danske Bank by Real Danmark. April, 2001.
    • Rights issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 76 million

      Rights issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 76 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the rights issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. PARKEN Sport & Entertainment is a leading provider of large sports- and entertainment events in the Copenhagen area. April, 2001.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Observer (SE) — SEK 288 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Observer (SE) — SEK 288 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in Observer, with a value of SEK 288 million. March, 2001.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Talentum (FI) — EUR 48 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Talentum (FI) — EUR 48 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in Talentum, with a value of EUR 48 million. March, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Din Bank (DK) by SkandiaBanken (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Din Bank (DK) by SkandiaBanken (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to SkandiaBanken in its acquisition of Din Bank, Denmark, a pure-play internet & telephone bank with an offering of products and services similar to SkandiaBanken's. March, 2001.
    • Adecco SA’s (CH) acquisition of the remaining stake in Olsten Personal Norden (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Adecco SA’s (CH) acquisition of the remaining stake in Olsten Personal Norden (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Norsk Personal Gruppen (NPG) in the sale of its 49 per cent stake in Olsten Personal Norden, a leading Nordic staffing services provider to Swiss Adecco. March, 2001.
    • Secondary placement of shares in Karo Bio (SE) — SEK 96 million

      Secondary placement of shares in Karo Bio (SE) — SEK 96 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary placement of shares in Karo Bio. Karo Bio develops drugs based on nuclear receptor mechanisms. February, 2001.
    • Merger between Carli Gry International (DK) and InWear Group (DK ) — DKK 881 million
      Merger between Carli Gry International (DK) and InWear Group (DK ) — DKK 881 million

      Merger between Carli Gry International (DK) and InWear Group (DK ) — DKK 881 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Carli Gry International in the public offer for InWear Group and subsequent merger into a new company "IC Companys". March, 2001.

    • Initial public offering of Thrane & Thrane (DK) — DKK 243 million

      Initial public offering of Thrane & Thrane (DK) — DKK 243 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of Thrane & Trane on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. March, 2001.
    • New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 399 million

      New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 399 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the rights issue of shares in Intentia, a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. Intentia received proceeds of SEK 399 million before the costs of the rights issue. March, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Nymølle Stenindustrier (DK) from H+H International (DK) — DKK 270 million

      Acquisition of Nymølle Stenindustrier (DK) from H+H International (DK) — DKK 270 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DSV in the acquisition of Nymølle Stenindustrier from H+H International. March, 2001.
    • Public offer to the shareholders of Stena Line AB (SE) by Stena AB (SE) — SEK 7.8 billion

      Public offer to the shareholders of Stena Line AB (SE) by Stena AB (SE) — SEK 7.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Stena Line AB and formed a fairness opinion on the public offer to the shareholders of Stena Line AB by Stena AB. February, 2001.
    • Sale of Ejendomsselskabet Norden (DK) — DKK 6.5 billion

      Sale of Ejendomsselskabet Norden (DK) — DKK 6.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of the real estate company Ejendomsselskabet Norden in the sale to a consortium of institutional investors through a recommended public offer. February, 2001.
    • Acquisition by Sanmina Corporation (US) of AB Segerström & Svensson (SE) — SEK 5.6 billion

      Acquisition by Sanmina Corporation (US) of AB Segerström & Svensson (SE) — SEK 5.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sanmina Corporation, a world leading electronics contract manufacturer, in the public bid for AB Segerström & Svensson, a leading suppplier of enclosure systems to the telecom industry. February, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Dimension (SE) — SEK 782 million

      Initial public offering of Dimension (SE) — SEK 782 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the combined offer of a new share issue and a secondary placing (Bure Equity AB and founders) with a total transaction value of SEK 782 million. Dimension is a Swedish IT company that designs and implements infrastructure to handle business-critical information. February, 2001.
    • Acquisition by Elkem (NO) of 32 per cent shareholding in Sapa (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion
      Acquisition by Elkem (NO) of 32 per cent shareholding in Sapa (SE) — SEK 1.7 billion

      Acquisition by Elkem (NO) of 32 per cent shareholding in Sapa (SE) — SEK 1.7