- According to TNS Sifo’s annual survey
Carnegie has continuously enhanced its position in the Nordic corporate finance market, and concludes 2016 with the highest customer rating among all advisors active in the Nordic region. This is according to the latest TNS Sifo Prospera customer survey, in which Nordic companies rank corporate finance advisors.
While Carnegie has defended its leading positions in the Nordic capital markets for a considerable time, the investment bank has also advanced in selective areas. This strong development is confirmed by the latest TNS Sifo Prospera customer survey, in which Carnegie is the top ranked advisor in the Nordic market overall, and in both equity capital markets transactions and in mergers and acquisitions.
“Customer confidence is built on the relevance of our advice, which stems from knowledge and experience. Carnegie has long had a very high proportion of corporate finance transactions, including participation in 14 of 23 initial public offerings in the Nordic market so far this year. This is more than any other advisor. At the same time, we have clearly advanced our position in mergers and acquisitions, and it is gratifying that this is also reflected in the survey results,” says Ulf Vucetic, Head of Investment Banking.
According to the customer survey Carnegie tops the overall ranking in the Nordic countries and for individual markets Carnegie also retains first place in Sweden and a top position in Denmark.
The survey is conducted annually and is based on interviews with companies that have engaged advisory services for capital markets transactions, mergers, acquisitions or divestitures. The evaluation criteria include market position, perceived capacity and ability, understanding of businesses and markets, and competence and implementation.
For more information, please contact:
Ulf Vucetic, Head of Investment Banking
Telefon: +46 708 16 87 42
Rickard Buch, Head of Communications
Phone: +46 734 17 91 01
Carnegie creates added value for institutions, companies and private clients in the areas of securities trading, investment banking and private banking.
The company has approximately 650 employees at offices in seven countries.