Transaktioner

FIG

Filter

Countries

Sectors

Transaction types

    • Contemplated initial public offering and listing of Oma Savings Bank Plc (FI) on the Main List of Nasdaq Helsinki

      Contemplated initial public offering and listing of Oma Savings Bank Plc (FI) on the Main List of Nasdaq Helsinki

      Carnegie acts as joint bookrunner in the contemplated initial public offering and listing of Oma Savings Bank on the Main List of Nasdaq Helsinki. Oma Savings Bank is a growing Finnish bank and measured with the balance sheet total, the largest savings bank in Finland. Pending.

    • Divestment of Skandia's Danish activities (DK) by Livförsäkringsbolaget Skandia (SE) to AP Pension (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Skandia's Danish activities (DK) by Livförsäkringsbolaget Skandia (SE) to AP Pension (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acts as exclusive financial adviser to Skandia in the divestment of all its Danish activities to AP Pension. Skandia is the 7th largest commercial life insurance company in Denmark with approx. DKK 32 billion in assets under management and 118,000 customers. Pending.

    • Sale of Svensk Hypotekspension (SE) to Nordax Bank AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Sale of Svensk Hypotekspension (SE) to Nordax Bank AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acts as sole financial adviser to the owners of Svensk Hypotekspension in connection with the transaction. Svensk Hypotekspension has a unique position in Sweden within equity release, enabling elderly people who own property to enhance quality of life in a risk-free manner by releasing capital tied-up in their homes. Pending.

    • Subordinated Tier 2 bonds by Avida Finans AB (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Subordinated Tier 2 bonds by Avida Finans AB (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Carnegie acted as sole arranger and joint bookrunner in Avida’s SEK 250 million subordinated Tier 2 bond issue. Avida is a credit market company that since its inception in 1983 offers financial solutions and services for individuals and companies in Sweden, Norway and Finland. October 2018.

    • Directed new share issue and share sale in EAB Group Plc (FI) — EUR 8.5 million

      Directed new share issue and share sale in EAB Group Plc (FI) — EUR 8.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator and sole bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 800,000 new class B shares at a subscription price of EUR 3.50. In connection with the new share issue, shareholders of the EAB Group sold in total 1,616,200 class B shares. EAB Group offers versatile and high-quality asset management services for private investors, institutions and professional investors. October 2018.

    • New share issue in Broviken (SE) — SEK 200 million

      New share issue in Broviken (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the SEK 200 million new share issue in Broviken. The capital was raised from a combination of existing and new shareholders, of which the majority came from Carnegie’s Private Banking network. The proceeds from the offering will be used for acquisitions. September 2018.

    • Directed new share issue in Pegroco Invest AB (SE) — SEK 275 million

      Directed new share issue in Pegroco Invest AB (SE) — SEK 275 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 14.1 million new shares at a subscription price of SEK 19.50 per share. Pegroco is an investment company investing in small and medium-sized unlisted companies, preferably in Sweden. Pegroco currently has 13 holdings. Pegroco's preference share is listed on Nasdaq First North Stockholm. June 2018.

    • Initial public offering of Arion Bank (IS) on Nasdaq Iceland and Nasdaq Stockholm — ISK 39 billion / SEK 3.2 billion

      Initial public offering of Arion Bank (IS) on Nasdaq Iceland and Nasdaq Stockholm — ISK 39 billion / SEK 3.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of Arion Bank on Nasdaq Iceland and Nasdaq Stockholm. Arion Bank is a leading universal relationship bank in Iceland that provides products and services which meet the needs of Icelandic households and companies. June 2018.

    • Indirect sale of Jyske Bank's (DK) 38.5% ownership of Nordjyske Bank (DK) — DKK 1.4 billion

      Indirect sale of Jyske Bank's (DK) 38.5% ownership of Nordjyske Bank (DK) — DKK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Jyske Bank in the indirect sale of its 38.5% ownership of Nordjyske Bank. Nordjyske Bank engages in the provision of banking and financial services. It offers investment, retail, corporate and electronic banking. June 2018.

    • Recommended mandatory public cash offer for Nordax Group AB (SE) by Nordic Capital (SE) and Sampo (FI) — SEK 6.7 billion

      Recommended mandatory public cash offer for Nordax Group AB (SE) by Nordic Capital (SE) and Sampo (FI) — SEK 6.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Nordic Capital and Sampo in the recommended mandatory public cash offer for Nordax Group AB. Nordax is a leading niche bank in the Nordic region providing unsecured consumer loans and deposit accounts in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Germany. April 2018.

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

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

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 17.5 million shares, on behalf of Nordic Capital, at a price of SEK 56 per share. Resurs is a leader in retail finance in the Nordic region, offering payment solutions, consumer loans and targeted insurance products. February 2018.

    • Senior secured floating rate bond issue by Lendify Sweden 2 AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Senior secured floating rate bond issue by Lendify Sweden 2 AB (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser and bookrunner in Lendify´s SEK 400 million senior secured floating rate bond issue. Lendify is Sweden’s first and leading online marketplace lending platform founded in 2014 in Stockholm. January 2018.

    • 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 acted 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. December 2017.

    • Senior secured bond offering by DDM Debt AB (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Senior secured bond offering by DDM Debt AB (SE) — EUR 50 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the EUR 50 million senior secured bond offering by DDM Debt, 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,  Eastern and Southern Europe. December 2017.

    • 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 acted 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. 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 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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 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 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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 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 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Merger of RealDanmark A/S (DK) and Danske Bank (DK) — USD 3.1 billion
      Merger of RealDanmark A/S (DK) and Danske Bank (DK) — USD 3.1 billion

      Merger of RealDanmark A/S (DK) and Danske Bank (DK) — USD 3.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser to RealDanmark A/S in connection with the public offer from Danske Bank to the shareholders in RealDanmark A/S. The combined market capitalisation at the announcement of the offer amounted to USD 3.1 billion. November, 2000.

    • Divestment of Aktiespar Fondkommission (SE) to HQ.SE (SE) — SEK 220 million

      Divestment of Aktiespar Fondkommission (SE) to HQ.SE (SE) — SEK 220 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Aktiesparinvest in the divestment of Aktiespar Fondkommission, with 30,000 active customers one of the leading Swedish Internet brokers, to HQ.SE for a consideration of SEK 160 million in cash and SEK 60 million in shares. September, 2000.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Topdanmark (DK) — DKK 677 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Topdanmark (DK) — DKK 677 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the secondary placing of 5,166,412 shares in Topdanmark to Danish and international institutional investors. July, 2000.
    • New share issue in Kredittbanken ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      New share issue in Kredittbanken ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as manager in the public rights issue in Kredittbanken ASA. The capital proceeds will be used to further strengthen and expand the market position of the commercial bank, located in north-western Norway. March, 2000.
    • Divestment by Skandia (SE) of Vesta Skadeforsikring (NO) and Vesta Liv (NO) to Tryg-Baltica (DK) — NOK 5.1 billion

      Divestment by Skandia (SE) of Vesta Skadeforsikring (NO) and Vesta Liv (NO) to Tryg-Baltica (DK) — NOK 5.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Skandia in the divestment of Vesta Skadeforsikring and Vesta Liv to Tryg-Baltica, part of the Unidanmark Group. February, 2000.

    • Merger of the property and casualty operations of Skandia (SE) and Storebrand (NO) — Book value SEK 10.9 billion

      Merger of the property and casualty operations of Skandia (SE) and Storebrand (NO) — Book value SEK 10.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Skandia in the merger of Skandia’s and Storebrand’s property & casualty insurance operations, into a new company, if, to be owned jointly by Skandia and Storebrand. December, 1999.
    • Divestment by the Norwegian Government Bank Investment Fund (NO) of Postbanken (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion
      Divestment by the Norwegian Government Bank Investment Fund (NO) of Postbanken (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Divestment by the Norwegian Government Bank Investment Fund (NO) of Postbanken (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Norwegian Government Bank Investment Fund in the divestment of Postbanken to Den Norske Bank. Postbanken is Norway’s largest retail bank in terms of client base, with more than 1.5 million active clients. December, 1999.

    • Acquisition of Carlson Investment Management (SE) by Skandia (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Carlson Investment Management (SE) by Skandia (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Skandia in the acquisition of Carlson Investment Management. Carlson Investment Management serves institutional clients worldwide, including pension funds, corporations, municipalities, foundations and labour unions. They offer investment management of global equities and fixed-income securities. December, 1999.
    • Acquisition of FIH (DK) by FöreningsSparbanken and other investors (SE) — DKK 6.6 billion

      Acquisition of FIH (DK) by FöreningsSparbanken and other investors (SE) — DKK 6.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the industrial finance company FIH in the agreed bid by FöreningsSparbanken and others, resulting in the formation of one of the largest financial services companies in the Nordic region. October, 1999.
    • Divestment of RKI Kredit Information (DK) by Thomson Corporation's (CA) to EQT Danmark (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of RKI Kredit Information (DK) by Thomson Corporation's (CA) to EQT Danmark (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of RKI Kredit Information (DK) by Thomson Corporation's (CA) to EQT Danmark (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Thomson Corporation (CA) in the divestment of RKI Kredit Information to EQT Danmark. June, 1999.

    • Advisory assignment for the Swedish Central Bank (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Advisory assignment for the Swedish Central Bank (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Swedish Central Bank in respect of the system for handling of Swedish banknotes. Responsibility for this function was subsequently transferred from the Swedish Central Bank to a newly established company Pengar i Sverige AB, owned by the Swedish Central Bank. May, 1999.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Christiania Bank og Kreditkasse (NO) by the Kingdom of Norway (NO) — NOK 2.8 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Christiania Bank og Kreditkasse (NO) by the Kingdom of Norway (NO) — NOK 2.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the Kingdom of Norway’s global offering of shares in Christiania Bank og Kreditkasse, Norway’s second largest bank. March, 1999.
    • Acquisition by Skandia (SE) of MeritaNordbanken’s (SE) shareholding in Pohjola Group Insurance Corporation (FI) — FIM 2 billion

      Acquisition by Skandia (SE) of MeritaNordbanken’s (SE) shareholding in Pohjola Group Insurance Corporation (FI) — FIM 2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Skandia in the purchase of MeritaNordbanken’s entire shareholding in Pohjola Group Insurance Corporation. This brought Skandia’s shareholding up to 32.5 per cent of voting rights and 23.6 per cent of capital. January, 1999.
    • Redemption program in Ratos (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Redemption program in Ratos (SE) — SEK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to the investment company Ratos in implementing a redemption program and in the subsequent redemption procedures, that was introduced by the shareholders in 1996, in order to offer optimal creation of value and reduce risks. Two redemption procedures were carried out in February 1996 and October 1998 respectively. February, 1996 and October, 1998.

    • Merger of Realkredit Danmark (DK) and BG Bank (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger of Realkredit Danmark (DK) and BG Bank (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Realkredit Danmark, the second largest Danish mortgage institution, on its merger with BG Bank, the third largest Danish commercial bank, creating a leading Danish financial institution. October, 1998.
    • New share issue in KredittBanken ASA (NO) — NOK 75 million

      New share issue in KredittBanken ASA (NO) — NOK 75 million

      Carnegie acted as manager in the new share issue for the commercial bank KredittBanken ASA. April, 1998.
    • Merger of Sparbanken (SE) and Föreningsbanken (SE) — SEK 43 billion
      Merger of Sparbanken (SE) and Föreningsbanken (SE) — SEK 43 billion

      Merger of Sparbanken (SE) and Föreningsbanken (SE) — SEK 43 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Föreningsbanken in the merger of Föreningsbanken and Sparbanken. The combined market capitalisation amounted to SEK 43 billion at the announcement of the merger. February, 1997.

    • Divestment of Tell Forsikring (DK) by Winterthur AG (CH) to Trygg Hansa AB Sweden (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Tell Forsikring (DK) by Winterthur AG (CH) to Trygg Hansa AB Sweden (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Tell Forsikring (DK) by Winterthur AG (CH) to Trygg Hansa AB Sweden (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Winterthur AG, Switzerland, in the divestment of Danish insurance company Tell Forsikring to Trygg Hansa AB Sweden. The divestment process was a limited controlled auction. September, 1996.

    • Initial public offering and privatisation of Nordbanken (SE) — SEK 7.5 billion

      Initial public offering and privatisation of Nordbanken (SE) — SEK 7.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as Nordic co-manager in the privatisation of Nordbanken, in which the Swedish Government sold 35 per cent of the shares. October, 1995.
© Copyright Carnegie Investment Bank AB 2018. Alla rättigheter är reserverade.