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    •  Divestment of Health and Sports Nutrition Group (SE) to Orkla (NO) by Qliro Group (SE) — SEK 360 million

      Divestment of Health and Sports Nutrition Group (SE) to Orkla (NO) by Qliro Group (SE) — SEK 360 million

      Carnegie acts as sole financial adviser to Qliro Group in the divestment of Health and Sports Nutrition Group to Orkla Care ASA,  a subsidiary of Orkla ASA. Health and Sports Nutrition Group operates e.g. the online stores Gymgrossisten.com, Bodystore.com, Milebreaker.com and conducts wholesale operations through Fitness Market Nordic. Pending.

    • Carnegie advises Apoteksgruppen’s pharmacy owners in the divestment of 156 pharmacies to Euroapotheca — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie advises Apoteksgruppen’s pharmacy owners in the divestment of 156 pharmacies to Euroapotheca — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acts as sole financial adviser to Apoteksgruppen’s pharmacy owners in the divestment of 156 pharmacies to Euroapotheca, forming one of Northern Europe’s leading pharmacy networks. Pending.

    • Divestment of Dale of Norway (NO) to Rossignol Group (NO) – Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Dale of Norway (NO) to Rossignol Group (NO) – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the main shareholder in Dale of Norway in the divestment of Dale of Norway to Rossignol Group. Dale of Norway designs and manufactures its own portfolio of premium knitted garments and accessories. December 2017.

    • Divestment of shares in Skincity (SE) to Axel Johnson AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of shares in Skincity (SE) to Axel Johnson AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Skincity and its shareholders in the divestment of shares to Axel Johnson. Skincity is a leading e-commerce company offering skin care products and advice directly to end-customers. December 2017.

    • Initial public offering of TCM Group A/S (DK) on Nasdaq Copenhagen — DKK 686 million

      Initial public offering of TCM Group A/S (DK) on Nasdaq Copenhagen — DKK 686 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of TCM Group on Nasdaq Copenhagen. TCM Group is Scandinavia’s third largest manufacturer of kitchens and is known for leading Scandinavian kitchen brands such as Svane and Tvis. November 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.

    • 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.

    • 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 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.

    • 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) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of Happy Socks AB (SE) by Palamon Capital Partners (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

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

    • 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.
    • 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.

    • 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.
    • 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.

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

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

    • 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.

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

    • Divestment of NOVASOL AS (DK) to Polaris Private Equity (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of NOVASOL AS (DK) to Polaris Private Equity (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to NOVASOL Holding in the divestment of NOVASOL AS, the leading north European agency for renting out holiday cottages, to Polaris Private Equity, a Danish private equity fund with leading Danish blue chip companies as investors. December, 2000.
    • Acquisition by Carlsberg A/S (DK) of Feldschlösschen Getränke Holding AG (CH) — DKK 4.3 billion (including external debt)

      Acquisition by Carlsberg A/S (DK) of Feldschlösschen Getränke Holding AG (CH) — DKK 4.3 billion (including external debt)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Carlsberg A/S in the acquisition of Feldschlösschen Getränke Holding AG, the beverage business of Feldschlösschen-Hürlimann Holding AG. FeldschlösschenGetränke Holding AG is the largest Swiss brewery with 45 per cent of the beer market. November, 2000.
    • Acquisition of Pripps Rignes (NO) by Carlsberg Fondet (DK) — USD 2.3 billion
      Acquisition of Pripps Rignes (NO) by Carlsberg Fondet (DK) — USD 2.3 billion

      Acquisition of Pripps Rignes (NO) by Carlsberg Fondet (DK) — USD 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Carlsberg Fondet in the acquisition of Pripps Rignes. October, 2000.

    • Divestment of De Danske Brödfabrikker (DK) by FDB (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of De Danske Brödfabrikker (DK) by FDB (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of De Danske Brödfabrikker (DK) by FDB (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to FDB, the largest Danish super- and hypermarket co-op, in the divestment of De Danske Brödfabrikker, to the leading Danish rye bread manufacturer Schulstad. September, 2000.

    • Redemption in Swedish Match (SE) — SEK 1.0 billion

      Redemption in Swedish Match (SE) — SEK 1.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Swedish Match on a redemption program of every fourteenth share. The offer was directed to Swedish Match's 100,000 shareholders through a worldwide offer as well as a separate US offer. Swedish Match is a tobacco company specialized in niche products such as smokeless tobacco, cigars and pipe tobacco, as well as in matches and lighters. June, 2000.
    • Merger of Cloetta (SE) and Fazer (FI) — SEK 2.1 billion
      Merger of Cloetta (SE) and Fazer (FI) — SEK 2.1 billion

      Merger of Cloetta (SE) and Fazer (FI) — SEK 2.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the confectionery company Fazer in the merger with Cloetta, to create the Nordic countries’ largest confectionery company. June, 2000.

    • Initial public offering of Expert Eilag ASA (NO) — NOK 1.8 billion

      Initial public offering of Expert Eilag ASA (NO) — NOK 1.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Expert Eilag ASA, one of the two largest retailers and wholesalers of consumer electronics in Norway. In conjunction with the Oslo Stock Exchange listing, the company conducted a primary and secondary placement with a transaction value of NOK 685 million. April, 2000.
    • Acquisition by AB Vin & Sprit (SE) of Plymouth Gin (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition by AB Vin & Sprit (SE) of Plymouth Gin (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AB Vin & Sprit, a supplier of wine and spirits owned by the Swedish government, in the acquisition of 50 per cent of the shares in Plymouth Gin. March, 2000.
    • Merger of Åre Vemdalen (SE) and Sälenstjärnan (SE) by Investment AB Bure (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Merger of Åre Vemdalen (SE) and Sälenstjärnan (SE) by Investment AB Bure (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Investment AB Bure in the merger of its subsidiary Åre Vemdalen with the listed company Sälenstjärnan, to create one of the largest ski resort companies in Europe. December, 1999.
    • New share issue in Ticket AB (SE) — SEK 72 million

      New share issue in Ticket AB (SE) — SEK 72 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the travel agency Ticket AB in its new share issue. The shares were subscribed for by Swedish and international institutional investors, with the proceeds being used, inter alia, to fund the company’s launch of a pan-European Internet travel agency. November, 1999.
    • Thomson Travel's (UK) acquisition of Via Leisure/Prisma (NO) — USD 20 million

      Thomson Travel's (UK) acquisition of Via Leisure/Prisma (NO) — USD 20 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Thomson Travel (Fritidsresor Group) in the acquisition of Via Leisure/Prisma. Thomson Travel is one of Europe's leading holiday and leisure travel groups. July, 1999.
    • Merger between Eilag ASA (NO), Bonus AS (NO) and GH-Elektromarked AS (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger between Eilag ASA (NO), Bonus AS (NO) and GH-Elektromarked AS (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to NorgesInvestor in the negotiated share offer made by Eilag ASA for the shares in the retail consumer electronics companies Bonus AS and GH-Elektromarked AS. NorgesInvestor held 50 per cent of the shares in these chains, while Eilag ASA, a wholesaler of consumer electronics, held the other 50 per cent holdings. April, 1999.
    • Convertible bond issue in Norwegian Cruise Line (NO) — NOK 485 million

      Convertible bond issue in Norwegian Cruise Line (NO) — NOK 485 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager with Orkla Securities in Norwegian Cruise Line’s issue of a convertible bond to a limited group of international investors. Carnegie placed approximately 90 per cent of the total transaction volume of USD 62 million. April, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in Hardford & Schtoff (SE) — SEK 88 million

      Private placement of equity in Hardford & Schtoff (SE) — SEK 88 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in Hardford & Schtoff to institutional investors. Hardford & Stoff develops and markets branded products and branded private labels within the segments for skin care-, body care- and hygiene products as well as coloured cosmetics. The products are sold to various retailers in the Nordic region and the rest of Europe. October, 1998.
    • New share issue in Norwegian Cruise Line ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      New share issue in Norwegian Cruise Line ASA (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie, together with Orkla Finans, carried out a private equity placement targeted at US investors after the company’s US offering and Nasdaq listing failed. The transaction was carried out under difficult market conditions. August, 1998.
    • Redemption of shares in Swedish Match (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Redemption of shares in Swedish Match (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Swedish Match in implementing a shareholder's program for transferring surplus funds and then executing the company's first redemption offer. The offer was directed to about 130,000 shareholders through a world-wide offer as well as a separate U.S. offer. June, 1998.
    • Initial public offering of Ticket AB (SE) — SEK 105 million

      Initial public offering of Ticket AB (SE) — SEK 105 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of travel agency group Ticket AB. Ticket AB was the first company within the travel industry in Sweden to enter Stockholmsbörsen. April, 1997.
    • Initial public offering of AB Sardus (SE) — SEK 588 million

      Initial public offering of AB Sardus (SE) — SEK 588 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering on Stockholmsbörsen and the sale of 80 per cent of the existing shares in AB Sardus, supplier of processed meat products. April, 1997.
    • New share issue in Hartwall Oy (FI) — FIM 180 million

      New share issue in Hartwall Oy (FI) — FIM 180 million

      Carnegie acted as co-leader in Hartwall Oy's share issue of FIM 180 million. Hartwall Oy is the leading Finnish supplier of beer and soft drinks. June 1996.
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