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    • Senior unsecured bond issue by Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 600 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner to Stillfront in the SEK 600 million senior unsecured bond issue. Stillfront is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of digital games. November 2018.

    • Placing of shares in Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 154 million

      Placing of shares in Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 154 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 842,000 shares in Stillfront, on behalf of a group of shareholders, at a price of SEK 183 per share. Stillfront is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of digital games. September 2018.

    • Directed new share issue in Smart Eye AB (SE) — SEK 114 million

      Directed new share issue in Smart Eye AB (SE) — SEK 114 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 2,191,157 shares at a subscription price of SEK 52 per share. Smart Eye develops and markets eye tracking systems that can measure and calculate a person’s gaze. Today the company has two business areas: Research Instruments and Applied Solutions. September 2018.

    • Directed new share issue in Storytel AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Directed new share issue in Storytel AB (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 4,348,000 shares at a subscription price of SEK 115 per share. Storytel is a digital subscription service that streamlines audio books to mobile phones. Storytel provides a large content library in multiple languages with the latest releases, bestselling books and timeless classics. September 2018.

    • Placing of shares in Catena Media plc (SE) — SEK 463 million

      Placing of shares in Catena Media plc (SE) — SEK 463 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the placing of 4.35 million shares in Catena Media, on behalf of Optimizer Invest Ltd, at a price of SEK 106.50 per share. Catena Media is one of the leading players in the business of generating quality leads and high-value traffic to iGaming operators in Europe. August 2018.

    • Divestment of Macrobond Financial Holding AB (SE) from the current owners to Nordic Capital Fund IX (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Macrobond Financial Holding AB (SE) from the current owners to Nordic Capital Fund IX (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as a sole financial adviser to the owners of Macrobond in the divestment to Nordic Capital. Macrobond was founded in 2008 and is today one of the world’s leading SaaS and data providers of macroeconomic and financial time series data from primary and third-party sources. July 2018.

    • Initial public offering of Opera Limited (NO) on NASDAQ Global Select Market — USD 115 million

      Initial public offering of Opera Limited (NO) on NASDAQ Global Select Market — USD 115 million

      Carnegie acted as co-manager in the initial public offering of Opera Limited on NASDAQ Global Select Market. Opera is one of the world’s leading browser providers and an influential player in the field of integrated AI-driven digital content discovery and recommendation platforms. July 2018.

    • Directed new share issue in River iGaming p.l.c (MT) — EUR 15 million

      Directed new share issue in River iGaming p.l.c (MT) — EUR 15 million

      Carnegie acted as bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 5.6 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 25.00 per share. River iGaming was established in November 2017 and is an iGaming company with an aim to consolidate and build an attractive ecosystem of companies throughout the iGaming value chain with focus on cutting edge technology and data interpretation. June 2018.

    • Directed new share issue in THQ Nordic AB (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Directed new share issue in THQ Nordic AB (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner and lead manager in the directed new share issue of 7.7 million new Class B shares at a subscription price of SEK 188 per share. THQ Nordic acquires, develops and publishes PC and console games for the global games market. June 2018.

    • Initial public offering of Ovzon AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 374 million

      Initial public offering of Ovzon AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 374 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator and sole bookrunner in the initial public offering of Ovzon on Nasdaq First North Premier. Ovzon is a provider of a satellite based mobility broadband service, targeting end-markets and users in need of high data speeds combined with mobility. May 2018.

    • Rights issue in Starbreeze AB (SE) — SEK 152 million

      Rights issue in Starbreeze AB (SE) — SEK 152 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser and sole bookrunner in the SEK 152 million rights issue in Starbreeze. Starbreeze is a global game company whose vision is to be a leading provider in the entertainment industry by creating world-class experiences. April 2018.

    • Settlement of Bemobi Mídia e Entretenimento Ltda (BR) by Otello Corporation ASA (NO) — USD 56.9 million

      Settlement of Bemobi Mídia e Entretenimento Ltda (BR) by Otello Corporation ASA (NO) — USD 56.9 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Otello in USD 56.9 million settlement of Bemobi Mídia e Entretenimento. Otello Corporation is a holding company, listed at Oslo Stock Exchange, holding the assets of AdColony, Bemobi and Skyfire. Otello Corporation was formerly known as Opera Software and has over 20 years of history. March 2018.

    • Senior secured bond issue by Aspire Global plc (MT) — EUR 27.5 million

      Senior secured bond issue by Aspire Global plc (MT) — EUR 27.5 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the senior secured bond issue in Aspire Global. Aspire Global offers a full-service iGaming solution for operators and white labels. The robust, market-leading platform includes a complete suite of services for casino and sportsbook, such as multilingual CRM, payments and risk control, support call center, VIP management and acquisition optimization. March 2018.

    • Bond issue and exchange offer in Catena Media plc (SE) — EUR 150 million

      Bond issue and exchange offer in Catena Media plc (SE) — EUR 150 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the EUR 150 million bond issue and exchange offer in Catena Media. Catena Media is one of the leading players in the business of generating quality leads and high-value traffic to iGaming operators in Europe. February 2018.

    • Acquisition of Koch Media GmbH (DE) by THQ Nordic AB (SE) — EUR 121 million
      Acquisition of Koch Media GmbH (DE) by THQ Nordic AB (SE) — EUR 121 million

      Acquisition of Koch Media GmbH (DE) by THQ Nordic AB (SE) — EUR 121 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to THQ Nordic in the acquisition of Koch Media. THQ Nordic acquires, develops and publishes PC and console games. Koch Media is a leading, independent producer and marketer of digital entertainment products in Europe and North America which includes the games developer and publisher Deep Silver with AAA-intellectual property rights such as Saints Row, Dead Island and exclusive licence for Metro. February 2018.

    • Acquisition of Altigi GmbH (DE) by Stillfront Group AB (SE) — EUR 270 million
      Acquisition of Altigi GmbH (DE) by Stillfront Group AB (SE) — EUR 270 million

      Acquisition of Altigi GmbH (DE) by Stillfront Group AB (SE) — EUR 270 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Stillfront in the acquistition of Altigi GmbH ("Goodgame Studios"). The transaction will be paid through a combined equity and debt package. Goodgame Studios is a leading German game development company, producing strategy games both within the browser games segment and the mobile games segment. Stillfront is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of digital games. January 2018.

    • Placing of shares in Stillfront Group AB (SE)  — SEK 1,136 million

      Placing of shares in Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 1,136 million

      As part of the acquisition of Altigi GmbH ("Goodgame Studios") by Stillfront Group AB (SE) 16,868,623 newly issued Stillfront shares were issued to the current owners of Goodgame Studios. Of these shares, shares corresponding to SEK 1,000 million have been placed in advance with institutional investors through pre-commitments and share corresponding to SEK 136 million have been placed through a bookbuilding process. Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in both placings. Goodgame Studios is a leading German game development company, producing strategy games both within the browser games segment and the mobile games segment. Stillfront is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of digital games. January 2018.

    • Corporate bond loan tap issue in Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 390 million

      Corporate bond loan tap issue in Stillfront Group AB (SE) — SEK 390 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner to Stillfront in the SEK 390 million corporate bond loan tap issue in connection with the acquisition of Altigi GmbH ("Goodgame Studios"). Goodgame Studios is a leading German game development company, producing strategy games both within the browser games segment and the mobile games segment. Stillfront is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of digital games. January 2018.

    • Directed new share issue  in Starbreeze AB (SE) — SEK 238 million

      Directed new share issue in Starbreeze AB (SE) — SEK 238 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser and sole bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 20,681,797 new Class B shares at a price of SEK 11.52 per share. Starbreeze is a global game company whose vision is to be a leading provider in the entertainment industry by creating world-class experiences. January 2018.

    • Directed new share issue in Zwipe AS (NO) — NOK 45 million

      Directed new share issue in Zwipe AS (NO) — NOK 45 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 2,230,105 million new shares at a price of NOK 20 per share. Zwipe is a biometric FinTech company focused on developing and commercializing secure, fast and easy to use biometric authentication solutions in three key areas, payments, access control and ID. December 2017.

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

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

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Tacton and its shareholders in the divestment of shares and capital raise to an investor consortium consisting of GRO Capital and KIRK KAPITAL. Tacton is a world leader in sales and product configuration for the manufacturing sector. December 2017.

    • Convertible bond issue in Gambling.com Group (ML) — EUR 8.9 million

      Convertible bond issue in Gambling.com Group (ML) — EUR 8.9 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in Gambling.com Group EUR 8.9 million convertible bond issue. Gambling.com Group is a performance marketing company that publishes comparison sites for online gambling services, providing a deep source of players for iGaming operators across 13 different national markets in 7 languages. November 2017.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    • Listing of Starbreeze AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

      Listing of Starbreeze AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    • Rights issue in Tobii AB — SEK 458 million

      Rights issue in Tobii AB — SEK 458 million

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

      Listing of Mr Green AB (SE) on Nasdaq Stockholm

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

      Rights issue in Anoto (SE) — SEK 160 million

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    • Divestment of Axcess A/S (DK) to Atea (NO)  —  DKK 317 million

      Divestment of Axcess A/S (DK) to Atea (NO) — DKK 317 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Axcess in the divestment to Atea. Axcess is a competence driven system integrator within the business areas of IT networks and network security, datacenter and collaboration and has 190 employees.December 2014.

    • Divestment of Ipeer AB (SE) to TeliaSonera (SE) by the founding family (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Ipeer AB (SE) to TeliaSonera (SE) by the founding family (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the founding family  in the divestment of Ipeer. Ipeer is a leading supplier of cloud and hosting services in Sweden. Ipeer has its headquarters in Karlstad, Sweden.October 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Basware (FI) — EUR 43 million

      Directed new share issue in Basware (FI) — EUR 43 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 1.29 million new shares at a subscription price of EUR 33.50 per share. Basware Corporation is the global leader in providing purchase-to-pay and e-invoicing solutions in the world of commerce. September 2014.

    • Private placement of shares in Tobii Technology AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Private placement of shares in Tobii Technology AB (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of 5 million new shares in Tobii. Tobii Technology is the global leader in eye tracking and is pioneering eye tracking in personal computing, has transformed research in many fields and has enabled communication for thousands of people with special needs. August 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Cxense A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 43 million

      Initial public offering of Cxense A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 43 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Cxense on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Cxense is a global technology company that sells software which enables online content providers and e-commerce companies to leverage huge amount of data to increase functionality, relevance and overall performance of their internet sites. July 2014.

    • Divestment of Tikon Oy (FI) to Accountor Group (FI) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Tikon Oy (FI) to Accountor Group (FI) by Aditro Group (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Aditro Group in the divestment of Tikon to Accountor Group. Tikon is a market leader in financial management software, with a customer base of over 800 account bureaus and over 300 corporate customers.July 2014.

    • Initial public offering of Com Hem Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 5.7 billion

      Initial public offering of Com Hem Holding AB (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — SEK 5.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Com Hem on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Com Hem is one of Sweden’s leading suppliers of television, high-speed broadband and fixed telephony. June 2014.

    • Listing of G5 Entertainment (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — Amount not applicable

      Listing of G5 Entertainment (SE) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm — Amount not applicable

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the listing of G5 Entertainment on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. G5 Entertainment is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, and Nook tablets. June 2014.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 660,000 shares in Betsson at a price of SEK 232 per share. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. April 2014.
    • Private placement of shares in Glo AB – USD 30 million

      Private placement of shares in Glo AB – USD 30 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Glo AB in the company’s series D financing round towards existing and new investors. Glo AB is a venture-backed company focused on the development and commercialization of advanced LED products using nanotechnology. March 2014
    • Acquisition of Oranje Casino and Kroon Casinos (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 145 million

      Acquisition of Oranje Casino and Kroon Casinos (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 145 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Betsson in the acquisition of Oranje and Kroon Casinos. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. March 2014.
    • Divestment of Tandberg Data (NO) to Overland Storage (US) by Cyrus Capital (US) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Tandberg Data (NO) to Overland Storage (US) by Cyrus Capital (US) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Cyrus Capital and Tandberg Data in the divestment of Tandberg Data to NASDAQ listed Overland Storage. Overland Storage is a trusted global provider of unified data management and data protection solutions across the data lifecycle by providing an integrated range of technologies and services for primary, nearline, offline, and archival data storage. January 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 138 million

      Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 138 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.5 million new class B shares. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. January 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 2.5 million new class B shares. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. December 2013.
    • Initial public offering of Napatech A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 160 million

      Initial public offering of Napatech A/S (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Napatech on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Napatech is a leading supplier of the world's most advanced intelligent network analysis adapters and software that enable guaranteed visibility of performance and operation in networks, applications and data services. December 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Oniva Online Group (SE) — SEK 38 million

      Directed new share issue in Oniva Online Group (SE) — SEK 38 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of approximately 1.1 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 35 per share. Online Group is an international supplier of innovative services within online marketing and hosting. October 2013.
    • Secondary placing of 1,540,472 shares in Asetek A/S (DK)  — NOK 57 million

      Secondary placing of 1,540,472 shares in Asetek A/S (DK) — NOK 57 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 1,540,472 million shares in Asetek at a price of NOK 37.00 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Northzone IV K/S. Asetek is the leading provider of energy-efficient liquid cooling systems for data centers, servers, workstations, gaming and high performance PCs. October 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 8,137,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 2.46 per share. Birdstep Technology is a leading provider of Smart Mobile Data and Secure Mobility for operators, enterprises and governmental organisations. October 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Precise Biometrics (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Directed new share issue in Precise Biometrics (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the directed new share issue of 22 million shares at a subscription price of SEK 3.9 per share. Precise Biometrics is a market-leading provider of solutions for fingerprint recognition to prove people's identities. September 2013.
    • Divestment of EG A/S (DK) to Axcel (DK) by Nordic Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of EG A/S (DK) to Axcel (DK) by Nordic Capital (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Nordic Capital in the divestment of EG to Axcel. EG is today amongst Scandinavia's leading IT software and service providers and is positioned for continued growth. August 2013.
    • Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Net Entertainment (SE) — SEK 102 million

      Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Net Entertainment (SE) — SEK 102 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1 million shares in online gaming company Net Entertainment at a price of SEK 102 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Per Hamberg. May 2013.
    • Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1 million shares in online gaming company Betsson, at a price of SEK 160 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Per Hamberg. May 2013.
    • Private placement of shares in Magine (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Private placement of shares in Magine (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the private placement of shares in Magine, a cloud based TV operator working with leading national and international broadcasters to provide live, recorded and time shifted television across all Internet connected devices, without the need for boxes, antennas or cables. May 2013.
    • Initial public offering of Asetek A/S (DK) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 221 million

      Initial public offering of Asetek A/S (DK) on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 221 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Asetek A/S on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Asetek is the leading provider of energy-efficient liquid cooling systems for data centers, servers, workstations, gaming and high performance PCs. March 2013.
    • Directed share issues in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 95 million

      Directed share issues in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 95 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed share issues of 3 million new class B shares, equal to 6.4 per cent of the number of class B shares outstanding in the company before the directed share issues. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. March 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Betsson AB (SE) — SEK 229 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Betsson AB (SE) — SEK 229 million

      The sale of Cherry’s shareholding in Betsson, corresponding to 1,068,895 shares, was executed exclusively by Carnegie. The shares represented part of the payment proceeds Cherry received from Betsson in connection with the divestment of the Automaten sites (Sverige-, Norges-, and DanmarksAutomaten). February 2013.
    • Divestment of the Automaten sites to Betsson AB (SE) by Cherry Malta Ltd (MT) — SEK 286 million

      Divestment of the Automaten sites to Betsson AB (SE) by Cherry Malta Ltd (MT) — SEK 286 million

      Carnegie produced a fairness opinion to the Board of Directors in Cherry, in respect of the divestment of the brands and domains relating to SverigeAutomaten, NorgesAutomaten and DanmarksAutomaten. February 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 4.7 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 4.7 billion

      Carnegie was the only Nordic bank in the secondary placing of 120 million shares in TDC, at a price of DKK 39.50 per share. The seller was NTC Holding. February 2013.
    • Placing of shares in G5 Entertainment (SE) — SEK 58 million

      Placing of shares in G5 Entertainment (SE) — SEK 58 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the placing of 1,250,000 shares in G5 Entertainment in an offering that consisted of 800,000 new shares and 450,000 existing shares, at a subscription price at SEK 47.00 per share. G5 Entertainment is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, and Nook tablets. January 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in PKC Group (FI) — EUR 19 million

      Secondary placing of shares in PKC Group (FI) — EUR 19 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.25 million shares in PKC Group. The seller was Plantinum Equity. December 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 36.1 million

      Directed new share issue in Fingerprint Cards AB (SE) — SEK 36.1 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the directed new share issue of 4.2 million new Class B shares at a subscription price at SEK 8.60 per share. Fingerprint Cards markets, develops and produces biometric components and technologies that through the analysis and matching of an individual’s unique fingerprint verify the person’s identity. December 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 3 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 3 billion

      Carnegie acted as selling agent in the secondary placing of 80 million shares in TDC. The seller was NTC Holding. November 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 135 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 135 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Spectrum at a subscription price at NOK 30.75 per share. The vendor was CGG Vertias. September 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Carnegie acts as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 20 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 1.00 per share. Birdstep Technology is a leading provider of Smart Mobile Data and Secure Mobility for operators, enterprises and governmental organisations. September 2012.
    • Rights issue in FormPipe Software (SE) and acquisition of Traen Holding (DK) – Enterprise value of Traen Holding SEK 300 million.

      Rights issue in FormPipe Software (SE) and acquisition of Traen Holding (DK) – Enterprise value of Traen Holding SEK 300 million.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to FormPipe Software in the acquisition of Traen Holding A/S and as sole lead manager in FormPipe Software´s rights issue of SEK 125 million. FormPipe Software develops and supplies Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software solutions that enable organisations to process, store, archive and supply information in a systemised and controlled manner. July 2012.
    • Acquisition of Nordic Gaming Group (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 85 million (enterprise value)

      Acquisition of Nordic Gaming Group (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 85 million (enterprise value)

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Betsson in the acquisition of Nordic Gaming Group. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. June 2012.
    • Directed issue of preference shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Directed issue of preference shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in the directed issue of preference shares in Eniro. The proceeds will be used to prepay, at a discount, one of the lenders in the company’s credit facility, resulting in, for Eniro, a SEK 150 million capital gain, a reduction in net debt, decrease in financial items and increase in net earnings, cash flows and equity ratio. June 2012.

    • Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 60 million

      Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 60 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 4 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 15.00 per share. Funcom was founded in 1993 and has since then developed and published over 25 game titles across several genres and gaming platforms. June 2012.
    • Public offer for Metro International S.A (LU) by Investment AB Kinnevik (SE) — SEK 1.15 billion

      Public offer for Metro International S.A (LU) by Investment AB Kinnevik (SE) — SEK 1.15 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Independent Committee of the Board of Directors of Metro International in the public offer from Kinnevik. Investment AB Kinnevik announced a recommended all cash offer for all outstanding shares of class A and class B, as well as all outstanding warrants and debentures, in Metro International S.A, for a total value of approximately SEK 1.15 billion. April, 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 5.6 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 5.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as selling agent in the secondary placing of 128.7 million shares in TDC. The seller was NTC Holding. February, 2012.
    • Financial advisory to Sievi Capital plc (FI) in connection with the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares — EUR 130 million
      Financial advisory to Sievi Capital plc (FI) in connection with the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares — EUR 130 million

      Financial advisory to Sievi Capital plc (FI) in connection with the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares — EUR 130 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Sievi Capital plc in the demerger and subsequent listing of the Scanfil plc shares. Following the demerger, Sievi Capital plc is an investment company whose main activity is to make capital investments in industrial companies and Scanfil plc is engaged in contract manufacturing for international telecommunications technology and professional electronics manufacturers. January, 2012.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Transmode Holding AB (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Transmode Holding AB (SE) — SEK 153 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in a placing of 2.5 million shares in Transmode Holding AB, on behalf of Amadeus General Partner Limited, HarbourVest International Private Equity Partners IV – Direct Fund L.P. and EEP Managers Ltd. The sale represented 9 per cent of the company, and was priced at SEK 61 per share. Transmode is a provider of networking solutions which enable fixed line and mobile network operators to cost effectively address the increasing capacity needs created by the rapid growth in video and data traffic. December, 2011.
    • Divestment of Qbrick (SE) to TDF Group (FR) by shareholders — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Qbrick (SE) to TDF Group (FR) by shareholders — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the owners in the divestment of Qbrick to TDF Group. Qbrick provides cloud-based video management solutions for multi-screen delivery for broadcasters and corporations in the Nordic countries. October, 2011.
    • Public tender offer for ElektronikGruppen BK AB (SE) by Kamic Electronics (SE)

      Public tender offer for ElektronikGruppen BK AB (SE) by Kamic Electronics (SE)

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Directors of Elektronikgruppen, providing a fairness opinion in respect of the public tender offer from Kamic Electronics. ElektronikGruppen is one of the Nordic region's leading suppliers of high-tech electronic components, systems and production equipment for the electronics industry. August, 2011.
    • Public offer for Mamut ASA (NO) by Visma AS (NO) — NOK 864 million

      Public offer for Mamut ASA (NO) by Visma AS (NO) — NOK 864 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Mamut ASA in the public offer from Visma AS. Mamut is a leading European provider of complete, integrated software solutions and internet services for SMEs. August, 2011.
    • Acquisition of Betsafe (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 60 million

      Acquisition of Betsafe (MT) by Betsson (SE) — EUR 60 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Betsson in the acquisition of Betsafe. Betsson’s business concept is to invest in and manage fast-growing companies operating in the online gaming industry. June, 2011.
    • Initial public offering of Transmode Holding AB (SE) on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange —  SEK 530 million

      Initial public offering of Transmode Holding AB (SE) on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange — SEK 530 million

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Transmode on the NASDAQ OMX Exchange. Transmode is a provider of networking solutions which enable fixed line and mobile network operators to cost effectively address the increasing capacity needs created by the rapid growth in video and data traffic. May, 2011.
    • Public offer for Tekla Corporation (FI) by Trimble Navigation Limited  (US) — EUR 340 million

      Public offer for Tekla Corporation (FI) by Trimble Navigation Limited (US) — EUR 340 million

      Carnegie was engaged to produce a fairness opinion to the Board of Directors of Tekla Corporation, in respect of the public offer from Trimble Navigation Limited. The Board of Tekla advised shareholders to accept the offer. Tekla Corporation is a Finnish software company offering model-based software products for building and construction, energy distribution and infrastructure management. May, 2011.
    • Divestment of Colibria AS (NO) to Metaswitch Networks (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Colibria AS (NO) to Metaswitch Networks (UK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Colibria in the divestment to Metaswitch Networks. Colibria is a leading independent provider of enhanced instant messaging, presence and network address book solutions. Metaswitch is a leading provider of the technologies and solutions that are powering the migration of communications networks to open, next-generation architectures. April, 2011.
    • Secondary offering of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Secondary offering of shares in TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the offering of its majority shareholders to undertake a fully marketed offering of secondary shares to Danish investors and international institutional investors. TDC is listed at NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen and is the leading provider of communications solutions in Denmark with a strong Nordic focus. December, 2010.
    • Acquisition of Broadcast Service Danmark, Fordelingsnet & Danish broadcast stations (DK) by Teracom AB (SE) — DKK 1.3 billion

      Acquisition of Broadcast Service Danmark, Fordelingsnet & Danish broadcast stations (DK) by Teracom AB (SE) — DKK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Teracom AB in the acquisition of Broadcast Service Danmark, Fordelingsnet & Danish broadcast stations. Teracom distributes TV to households in Sweden and Denmark through the subsidiary Boxer. Other services include various technical infrastructure and network solutions for the distribution of media and communication between people and companies. September, 2010.
    • Rights issue in Micronic Mydata AB (SE) — SEK 245 million

      Rights issue in Micronic Mydata AB (SE) — SEK 245 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Micronic in the rights issue of SEK 245 million. Micronic is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks and advanced surface mounting technology equipment for flexible production of electronics. May, 2010.
    • Acquisition of Tandberg ASA (NO) by Cisco Systems Inc. (US) — NOK 19 billion
      Acquisition of Tandberg ASA (NO) by Cisco Systems Inc. (US) — NOK 19 billion

      Acquisition of Tandberg ASA (NO) by Cisco Systems Inc. (US) — NOK 19 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Cisco Systems in the acquisition of Tandberg ASA. Tandberg is the leading provider of telepresence, high-definition videoconferencing and mobile video products and services. Cisco is the worldwide leader in networking, transforming how people connect, communicate and collaborate. April, 2010.

    • Secondary placing of 700,000 shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Secondary placing of 700,000 shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 700.000 shares in Unibet, at a price of SEK 181 per share. The primary seller was Zimbrine Holding. August, 2009
    • Acquisition of MYDATA (SE) by Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 313 million

      Acquisition of MYDATA (SE) by Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 313 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Micronic Laser Systems in the acquisition of MYDATA from Skanditek Industriförvaltning. Micronic Laser Systems is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks. July, 2009.
    • Rights issue in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2.5 billion

      Rights issue in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and underwriter to Eniro in the rights issue of SEK 2.5 billion. Eniro is the leading directory and search company in the Nordic media market. Eniro's search database connects sellers to buyers and makes it easy to find people using Online, Offline Media and Voice channels. June, 2009.
    • Public offer for Carl Lamm Holding AB (SE) by Ricoh Europe Holdings PLC (UK) — SEK 417 million
      Public offer for Carl Lamm Holding AB (SE) by Ricoh Europe Holdings PLC (UK) — SEK 417 million

      Public offer for Carl Lamm Holding AB (SE) by Ricoh Europe Holdings PLC (UK) — SEK 417 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Ricoh in the public cash offer for Carl Lamm by Ricoh. Carl Lamm operates in the document and information management sector and has a nationwide organization with operations in 26 strategic locations in Sweden, offering solutions for customers’ IT environments. Ricoh Company is a global technology leader, specialising in the office and production printing markets. May, 2009

    • Public offer for Teleca (SE) by CayTel 1 L.P. (US) — SEK 250 million (total market capitalisation)

      Public offer for Teleca (SE) by CayTel 1 L.P. (US) — SEK 250 million (total market capitalisation)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to CayTel 1 L.P. in the public offer for Teleca. Teleca is a world-leading supplier of software services to major players in the mobile device industry. CayTel 1 L.P. is a wholly owned subsidary of US investment company Symphony Technology Group LLC. Symphony Technology Group exclusively invests in the enterprise software and technology services market. January, 2009.
    • Public offer for Tandberg Storage (NO) by Tandberg Data (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Public offer for Tandberg Storage (NO) by Tandberg Data (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Tandberg Storage in the public offer from Tandberg Data. Tandberg Storage focuses its core competence on basic tape drive design, manufacturing and OEM sales to the low and midrange markets. November, 2008.
    • Placing of 11.4 million shares in NetEntertainment (SE) — SEK 291 million

      Placing of 11.4 million shares in NetEntertainment (SE) — SEK 291 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the placing of approximately 1.4 million A-shares and 10 million B-shares in Net Entertainment, corresponding to almost 29 per cent of outstanding capital and 27 per cent of votes in the company, on behalf of Straumur Burdaras. Buyers were existing and new shareholders, including the CEO and all board members. Net Entertainment develops digitally distributed systems for internet gaming. August, 2008.
    • Rights issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Rights issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to IBS in the rights issue of SEK 400 million. IBS is a leading provider of specialized business systems for specific industries such as publishing and book distribution, pharmaceutical distribution, electronics, paper, food and the automotive industry. July, 2008.
    • Public offer for Zodiak Television (SE) by De Agostini (IT) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Public offer for Zodiak Television (SE) by De Agostini (IT) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Public offer for Zodiak Television (SE) by De Agostini (IT) — SEK 1.3 billion Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in Zodiak Television in connection with the public offer from De Agostini. Zodiak Television is one of the most innovative and creative producers of content in the world today, comprising a perfect blend of more than twenty successful international businesses. Zodiak International distributes content produced by Zodiak Television, as well as third party producers, to clients throughout the world. June, 2008.
    • Divestment of Citat Group AB (SE)  to Edita (FI) by Bure Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Citat Group AB (SE) to Edita (FI) by Bure Equity (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bure Equity in the divestment of Citat Group AB to Edita Oyj. Citat is the leading Nordic communications production company, making day-to-day work easier for marketing and communications departments. June, 2008.
    • Secondary placing of 4 million shares in Funcom (SE) — NOK 174 million

      Secondary placing of 4 million shares in Funcom (SE) — NOK 174 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of Funcom N.V. Northzone IV K/S sold 4 million shares in Funcom N.V. at a subscription price of 43.50 per share. Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). June, 2008.
    • Rights issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 150 million

      Rights issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 150 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Teleca in the company's rights issue, which was aimed at supporting the ongoing transformation into a pure play provider of software development services to the world's leading wireless communications companies. The issue, priced at SEK 11 per share, was fully guaranteed by Symphony Technology Group, a Silicon Valley-based investment company. May, 2008.
    • Redemption offer in Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 700 million

      Redemption offer in Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 700 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in Maria Invest's mandatory redemption programme. March, 2008.
    • Public offer for Boss Media AB (SE) by GEMed AB (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Public offer for Boss Media AB (SE) by GEMed AB (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to GTECH in the public offer for Boss Media AB. GTECH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Italian based Lottomatica S.p.A., one of the world’s largest commercial lottery operators. GEMed AB is a company indirectly jointly-owned by GTECH Corporation (87.5%) and Medströms AB (12.5%). March, 2008.
    • Divestment of Maria Holdings (SE) to Unibet (SE) by Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 705 million

      Divestment of Maria Holdings (SE) to Unibet (SE) by Maria Invest (SE) — SEK 705 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Maria Invest in the divestment of Maria Holdings to Unibet. Maria Holding is one of the larger gaming companies in the Nordic region within the Bingo segment. December, 2007.
    • Rights issue of convertible bonds in Zodiak Television AB (SE) — SEK 172 million

      Rights issue of convertible bonds in Zodiak Television AB (SE) — SEK 172 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Zodiak Television in i) a rights issue of 6.4 million convertible bonds and ii) a non-cash issue of up to 5.3 million Zodiak Television shares, directed to the owners of Kanakna, a company being acquired by Zodiak Television. Zodiak Television develops, produces and sells TV programming under the brand names of MTV Mastiff, Mastiff Media, Jarowskij, T & T Broadcasters, Look Entertainment, Diverse Productions, Social Club Productions, 5th Element, Yellow Bird, TeleAlliance and Dixi Media. December, 2007.

    • Share buy-back in Unibet (SE)

      Share buy-back in Unibet (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser in a share buy-back programme on behalf of Unibet. Unibet is an online gambling company, founded in 1997, and is listed on Stockholmsbörsen´s Nordic List. 2007.
    • Redemption offer in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2 billion

      Redemption offer in Eniro (SE) — SEK 2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in respect of the redemption programme in Eniro. Eniro is the leading search company in the Nordic media market. Eniro makes it easy to find people, businesses and products using directories, directory assistance, Internet and mobile services. November, 2007.
    • Redemption offer in Teleca (SE) — SEK 570 million

      Redemption offer in Teleca (SE) — SEK 570 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors in respect of the redemption programme in Teleca. Teleca is listed on Stockholmsbörsen and is a world-leading supplier of software and services to the mobile devices industry. August, 2007.
    • New share issue and directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 118 million

      New share issue and directed new share issue in Birdstep Technology ASA (NO) — NOK 118 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in two new share issues in Birdstep Technology ASA, totaling approximately 9 million new shares. Birdstep Technology ASA is a global software development, marketing and sales company offering seamless connectivity and mobility client software for mobile data users on laptops, pocket PC and Smartphones as well as state-of-the-art embedded database technologies. June/July 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 181 million

      Directed new share issue in Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 181 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 4.7 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 38.50 per share. Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). June, 2007.
    • Divestment of Q-MATIC (SE) by 3i (UK), Litorina Kapital (SE) et al —  Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Q-MATIC (SE) by 3i (UK), Litorina Kapital (SE) et al — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to 3i, Litorina Kapital and the company founders in the divestment of world market leading queue management solutions provider Q-MATIC to Altor Fund II. Q-MATIC develops, manufactures and markets complete systems for queue management solutions, primarily for the public sector, healthcare institutions, financial institutions and retailers. June, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of 11.5 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 565 million

      Secondary placing of 11.5 million shares in Betsson (SE) — SEK 565 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 11.5 million shares in online gaming company Betsson, at a price of SEK 49 per share. The placing was made on behalf of the Icelandic financial group Straumur-Burdaras. June, 2007.
    • Secondary placing of approx. 21 million shares in Tandberg Storage ASA (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Secondary placing of approx. 21 million shares in Tandberg Storage ASA (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the secondary placing of approx. 21 million shares in Tandberg Storage ASA, at a price of NOK 3.30 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Tandberg Data ASA. Tandberg Storage ASA focuses its core competence on basic tape drive design, manufacturing and OEM sales for the low and mid-range markets May, 2007.
    • Offering and distribution of shares in the Swedish Government's divestment of 8 per cent of TeliaSonera (SE) — SEK 18 billion
      Offering and distribution of shares in the Swedish Government's divestment of 8 per cent of TeliaSonera (SE) — SEK 18 billion

      Offering and distribution of shares in the Swedish Government's divestment of 8 per cent of TeliaSonera (SE) — SEK 18 billion

      Carnegie acted as selling agent to the Swedish Government in the offering and distribution of shares representing 8 per cent of TeliaSonera. The price achieved in the accelerated book built offering to institutional investors was SEK 50 per share. May, 2007.

    • Secondary placing of 2.2 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Secondary placing of 2.2 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 2.2 million Unibet SDRs, at a price of SEK 182 per share. The placing was made on behalf of the company’s founder & chairman, Anders Ström. Buyers were Swedish and international institutions. March, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Mobyson Holding AS (NO) by Onetwocom AB (SE) — SEK 450 million
      Acquisition of Mobyson Holding AS (NO) by Onetwocom AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Acquisition of Mobyson Holding AS (NO) by Onetwocom AB (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Onetwocom in the acquisition of the Norwegian mobile services provider Mobyson. Onetwocom offers services and products within mobile telephony and mobile technology. February, 2007.

    • Divestment of Ascio Group (UK) to Group NBT plc (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Ascio Group (UK) to Group NBT plc (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the major shareholders of Ascio Technologies Holding A/S in their divestment of Ascio Group to Group NBT plc. The Ascio Group is Europe's leading provider of domain portfolio management services. Group NBT plc, an AIM listed company based in the UK, is the leading UK provider of domain names and internet-related services. January, 2007.
    • Merger between Eltek ASA (NO) and Nera ASA (NO) — NOK 4.2 billion
      Merger between Eltek ASA (NO) and Nera ASA (NO) — NOK 4.2 billion

      Merger between Eltek ASA (NO) and Nera ASA (NO) — NOK 4.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eltek ASA in the merger with Nera ASA. The exchange ratio in the merger proposal was one Eltek share per 5.75 Nera shares with 90 per cent of the consideration in Eltek shares and 10 per cent in cash, meaning that Eltek and Nera shareholders will hold approximately 65 per cent and 35 per cent of the combined company, respectively. October, 2006.

    • Acquisition of Nera SatCom AS (NO) by Thrane & Thrane (DK) from Nera ASA (NO) — USD 90 million
      Acquisition of Nera SatCom AS (NO) by Thrane & Thrane (DK) from Nera ASA (NO) — USD 90 million

      Acquisition of Nera SatCom AS (NO) by Thrane & Thrane (DK) from Nera ASA (NO) — USD 90 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Thrane & Thrane in the acquisition of Nera's mobile satellite communication activities consisting of Nera SatCom and European Satellite Link. Thrane & Thrane is the world’s leading manufacturer of terminals and land earth stations for global mobile satellite communications. September, 2006.

    • Acquisition of Dustin AB (SE) by Altor Fund II (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Dustin AB (SE) by Altor Fund II (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Dustin AB (SE) by Altor Fund II (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Altor Equity Partners in the acquisition of Dustin AB, a leading Swedish internet based computer reseller, from the founders. Altor acquired 80 per cent of the shares, whilst the founders remain as minority owners with 20 per cent. August, 2006.

    • Divestment of Carl Bro (DK) to Grontmij (NL) by Bure (SE) and LD Equity (DK) — Enterprise value DKK 1.2 billion

      Divestment of Carl Bro (DK) to Grontmij (NL) by Bure (SE) and LD Equity (DK) — Enterprise value DKK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bure and LD Equity in the divestment of Carl Bro to Grontmij. Carl Bro Group is an international technical consultancy company based in Denmark, Sweden, the UK and Ireland. Carl Bro provides consultancy services in the fields of building, transportation, water, environment, energy and industry. August, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Electro Canada Group (CA) by PKC Group (FI) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Electro Canada Group (CA) by PKC Group (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Electro Canada Group (CA) by PKC Group (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to PKC Group in the acquisition of the assets of Electro Canada Limited as well as the shares of Electro Canada SA de CV and Electro USA Inc. PKC Group offers design and contract manufacturing services for wiring harnesses, cabling and electronics. PKC Group has production facilities in Finland, Brazil, China, Estonia and Russia, and it employs approximately 3,600 people. August, 2006.

    • Public offer for Strålfors (SE) by Posten (SE) — SEK 2.0 billion

      Public offer for Strålfors (SE) by Posten (SE) — SEK 2.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Strålfors in the public offer for Strålfors made by Posten. Strålfors is an IT-focused Business-to-Business company with a print heritage providing total solutions within the field of information transfer. Strålfors develops, produces and delivers systems, services and products for the efficient communication of information crucial to operating a business. June, 2006.
    • Merger between Teligent (SE) and Trio (SE) — Combined market cap SEK 1 billion
      Merger between Teligent (SE) and Trio (SE) — Combined market cap SEK 1 billion

      Merger between Teligent (SE) and Trio (SE) — Combined market cap SEK 1 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Teligent in the merger with Trio.The merger will create a group with good financial standing. Net sales for the new group, pro forma 2005, amounted to approximately SEK 590 million, of which SEK 158 million in the Nordic region and SEK 432 million in other markets. The new group will initially have 435 employees, of which 300 in the Nordic region and 135 in other markets. June, 2006.

    • Secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 8.8 million shares in TradeDoubler to institutional investors, in an accelerated book built offering at a price of SEK 165 per share. TradeDoubler is a leader in affiliate marketing in Europe, measured by number of publishers and geographic presence in Europe. May, 2006.
    • Divestment of Tradera.com (SE) to eBay (US) — SEK 365 million

      Divestment of Tradera.com (SE) to eBay (US) — SEK 365 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the owners in the divestment of Tradera to eBay. Tradera was founded in 1999 and is the result of the merger between the two auction websites: mrBid and Tradera. Tradera.com enables auction-style trading for buyers and sellers throughout Sweden. Tradera is the dominant player in the Swedish online auction market with close to one million members and 750,000 ongoing listings. April, 2006.
    • Merger between Lawson Software (US) and Intentia International (SE) — USD 480 million

      Merger between Lawson Software (US) and Intentia International (SE) — USD 480 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Lawson Software in the execution of the merger with Intentia International. Lawson Software provides business application software and consulting services that put time on the side of services organizations in the healthcare, retail, government and education, banking and insurance and other markets. April, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 131 million

      Directed new share issue in Funcom (NO) — NOK 131 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of NOK 131 million in Funcom (4.3 million shares). Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). Funcom will release Age of Conan in the fourth quarter of 2006. March, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 1.8 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 329 million

      Secondary placing of 1.8 million shares in Unibet (SE) — SEK 329 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary offering of 1.8 million shares in Unibet. The placing was done behalf of the company’s founder & chairman, Anders Ström (1.5 million shares) and fellow board member Peter Lindell (0.3 million shares). Buyers were primarily UK and Swedish institutions. After the placing Anders Ström remains Unibet’s single largest shareholder, with a 20 per cent holding. Unibet has been listed on the O list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange since 2004. February, 2006.
    • Divestment of Kirk telecom A/S (DK) to SpectraLink Inc. (US) by the owners (comprising company management and Dansk Kapitalanlæge (DK) — DKK 388 million

      Divestment of Kirk telecom A/S (DK) to SpectraLink Inc. (US) by the owners (comprising company management and Dansk Kapitalanlæge (DK) — DKK 388 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the sellers in the divestment of Kirk telecom A/S to SpectraLink Inc.Kirk telecom is a leading designer and manufacturer of wireless servers and DECT handsets for business users and, through the subsidiary Scantel, a leading designer of wired and wireless telephones for private individuals. The products are distributed worldwide through resellers and distributors. January, 2006.
    • Divestment of TAG systems AS (NO) by Kroton AS (NO) to EDB Business Partner (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Divestment of TAG systems AS (NO) by Kroton AS (NO) to EDB Business Partner (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Kroton AS, the holding company of TAG Systems' founder, Mr. Ståle Lønnum in the divestment of TAG Systems AS to EDB Business Partner. TAG Systems AS was incorporated in 1991, and is a VISA and MasterCard certified company. The company supplies banks with card personalisation and other services for their card activities. TAG currently supplies both Norwegian and international banking and finance customers. In addition, TAG supplies customers in other sectors. January, 2006.
    • Public offer for Aspiro (SE) by Schibsted ASA (NO) — SEK 347 million

      Public offer for Aspiro (SE) by Schibsted ASA (NO) — SEK 347 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Schibstedt ASA in the public offer, made in accordance with the rules for mandatory offers, for Aspiro. After completion of the offer Schibsted owned, directly or indirectly, shares corresponding to 43.8 per cent of shares and votes in Aspiro. Aspiro provides mobile content services direct to consumers in the Nordic region, rest of Europe and North America and is the Nordic market leader. Aspiro has a broad portfolio of attractive mobile services like games, ring tones, background images, video clips, text directory inquiries and sports scores. December, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 190 million

      Initial public offering of Funcom N.V. (NO) — NOK 190 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Funcom on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Funcom is a world leading independent developer and publisher of computer and console games with a focus on Action Adventure and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG). Funcom will release Age of Conan in the fourth quarter of 2006. December, 2005.
    • New share issue in Observer AB (SE) — SEK 108 million

      New share issue in Observer AB (SE) — SEK 108 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the directed new share issue of four million shares in Observer AB. Observer is the world leader in communication management and business intelligence. Observer's services enable clients to identify the right target audience, distribute information and monitor and analyze their media image. November, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Initial public offering of TradeDoubler (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of TradeDoubler on the O-list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The share offer was six times subscribed and a total of almost 12 million shares were sold in the global offering, including the over-allotment option.TradeDoubler is a leader in affiliate marketing in Europe, measured by number of publishers and geographic presence in Europe. November, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 2.1 million shares in Opticom ASA (NO) — NOK 143 million

      Secondary placing of 2.1 million shares in Opticom ASA (NO) — NOK 143 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary offering of 2.1 million shares in Opticom ASA. The shares were placed with a limited number of domestic and international investors at NOK 68 per share, i.e. at market close. Opticom has operated as a research and development company within the emerging field of polymer electronics. The company has focused solely on developing storage and memory devices from polymeric materials which can be processed in liquid state. November, 2005.
    • Demerger of Q-Free's business segment Ticketing (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Demerger of Q-Free's business segment Ticketing (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as lead manager to Q-Free in the demerger of the company's business segment Ticketing. Q-Free is a global supplier of equipment, software and services for road pricing systems, access control and tracking systems, ticketing solutions and related services. Based in Norway, the company has subsidiaries in Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia and China and employs some 200 people. 2004 revenues October, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 5 million shares in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 403 million

      Secondary placing of 5 million shares in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 403 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in Industrifonden's SEK 403 million secondary offering of 5 million shares in Micronic Laser Systems. Buyers were a limited number of institutions, primarily in Sweden. Micronic Laser Systems is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks. September, 2005.
    • New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 53.2 million

      New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 53.2 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 4.3 million shares in Tandberg Data. Tandberg Data is a leading global supplier and manufacturer of professional tape information storage products based on the SLR™, LTO™ and DLTtape™ linear technology platforms. The company offers secondary storage products based on tape drives, autoloaders, libraries, media, software and hardware components for mainstream configurations. September, 2005.
    • Merger between Telavie AS (NO), formerly Bravida Telecom, with Flextronics Network Services (SE), to form Relacom — Amount not disclosed.
      Merger between Telavie AS (NO), formerly Bravida Telecom, with Flextronics Network Services (SE), to form Relacom — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger between Telavie AS (NO), formerly Bravida Telecom, with Flextronics Network Services (SE), to form Relacom — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Altor Equity Partners AB in the merger between Telavie and Flextronics Network Services to form Relacom. The merged company, Relacom, employs some 10,000 people in 18 countries and has annual revenues of around USD 1 billion. September, 2005.

    • Secondary placing of 9.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 562 million

      Secondary placing of 9.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia (SE) — SEK 562 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in Industri Kapital's SEK 562 million secondary offering of 9.1 million shares in Intrum Justitia. Industri Kapital has gradually decreased its ownership in Intrum Justitia since the IPO in June 2002. Intrum Justitia AB is a leading European receivable management company. The company's services span from the initial invoice to the final payment. August, 2005.
    • Divestment of InfoCare ASA (NO) by Fujitsu, 3i, Helge B Risnes and others (NO) to CapMan (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of InfoCare ASA (NO) by Fujitsu, 3i, Helge B Risnes and others (NO) to CapMan (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the sellers in the divestment of InfoCare ASA to CapMan. InfoCare ASA is a supplier-independent Nordic IT services group with specialized concepts in on-site services, workshop repair and spare part logistics. August, 2005.
    • Divestment of Bredbandsbolaget (SE) by Access Industries (US), The Carlyle Group (UK) and Investor (SE) to Telenor (NO) — SEK 6 billion

      Divestment of Bredbandsbolaget (SE) by Access Industries (US), The Carlyle Group (UK) and Investor (SE) to Telenor (NO) — SEK 6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser to Access Industries, The Carlyle Group and Investor in the divestment of Bredbandsbolaget to Telenor. Bredbandsbolaget is the second largest provider of broadband services in Sweden with 335,000 customers representing a 24 per cent market share. July, 2005.
    • New share issue in Tandberg Storage (NO) — NOK 13 million

      New share issue in Tandberg Storage (NO) — NOK 13 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of 5.7 million shares in Tandberg Storage. Tandberg Storage focuses its core competence on basic tape drive design, manufacturing and OEM sales to the low and midrange markets. June, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 3.4 million shares in MTV Production (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Secondary placing of 3.4 million shares in MTV Production (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of Bonnier's entire 24 per cent holding of shares in MTV Production to a small number of Swedish and international institutions. May, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 2.3 million shares in Alma Media (FI) — EUR 37 million

      Secondary placing of 2.3 million shares in Alma Media (FI) — EUR 37 million

      Carnegie acted as sole broker in the secondary offering of 2.3 million shares in Alma Media. Alma Media's main businesses are newspaper publishing, the production and distribution of business information, television and radio broadcasting, and contract printing services. April, 2005.
    • New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 41.8 million

      New share issue in Tandberg Data (NO) — NOK 41.8 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of 3.9 million shares in Tandberg Data. Tandberg Data is a leading global supplier and manufacturer of professional tape information storage products based on the SLR™, LTO™ and DLTtape™ linear technology platforms. The company offers secondary storage products based on tape drives, autoloaders, libraries, media, software and hardware components for mainstream configurations. March, 2005.
    • Divestment of activities and assets in Siemens Technology Services A/S (DK) to Glenco A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of activities and assets in Siemens Technology Services A/S (DK) to Glenco A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Siemens in the divestment of activities and assets in Siemens Technology Services to Glenco. Siemens Technology Services is one of the largest technical installation businesses in Denmark with revenues in 2004 of approximately DKK 400 million. January, 2005.
    • Divestment of Siemens Service Management A/S (DK) by Siemens A/S (DK) to ISS Danmark A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Siemens Service Management A/S (DK) by Siemens A/S (DK) to ISS Danmark A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Siemens in the divestment of Siemens Service Management to ISS Danmark. Siemens Service Management is a provider of facilities management, including Building Service Management and Industrial Service Management. January, 2005.
    • Share buy-backs in Eniro (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Eniro (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Eniro as part of Eniro's share repurchase programme. December, 2004.
    • Directed new share issue in Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LUX) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Directed new share issue in Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LUX) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager to Millicom International Cellular in the company’s directed new share issue. Millicom International Cellular is listed on Nasdaq, Stockholm Stock Exchange and Luxembourg Stock Exchange. The company is a global telecommunications investor with cellular operations in Asia, Latin America and Africa. December, 2004.
    • Divestment of NetDesign A/S (DK) by NetDesign Invest A/S (DK) to TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 350 million

      Divestment of NetDesign A/S (DK) by NetDesign Invest A/S (DK) to TDC A/S (DK) — DKK 350 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to NetDesign Invest A/S in the divestment of NetDesign A/S, the leading Danish network infrastructure integrator, to TDC A/S. December, 2004.
    • Acquisition of Bravida Telecom (NO) by Altor Equity Partners AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Bravida Telecom (NO) by Altor Equity Partners AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Altor Equity Partners AB in the acquisition of Bravida Telecom, a division of Bravida ASA. Bravida Telecom is the largest telecommunication network contractor in Norway. Bravida Telecom builds, operates and maintains telecommunication and data networks via fixed lines, mobile and satellite, and has a turnover in excess of NOK 1.4 billion. December, 2004.
    • Divestment of Maersk Data (DK) by A.P. Møller – Maersk (DK) to IBM (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Maersk Data (DK) by A.P. Møller – Maersk (DK) to IBM (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to A.P. Møller – Maersk in the divestment of Maersk Data to IBM. Included in the divestment is Maersk Data's shareholding of 45 per cent in the IT operations and facility management company DMdata. The Maersk Data Group is the largest Danish owned IT services company. November, 2004.
    • Private placement in Dansk Bredbaand (DK) — DKK 79 million

      Private placement in Dansk Bredbaand (DK) — DKK 79 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in a private placement in Dansk Bredbaand, totalled DKK 79 million and will be used to fund the coninued expansion of broadband services in Denmark. October, 2004.
    • Acquisition of Orange A/S (DK) by TeliaSonera (SE) — EUR 606 million

      Acquisition of Orange A/S (DK) by TeliaSonera (SE) — EUR 606 million

      Carnegie acted as the sole financial adviser to TeliaSonera in the acquisition of Orange A/S, a Danish mobile subsidiary of France Telecom (FR). October, 2004.
    • Acquisition of Sonera Zed Ltd (FI) by Wisdom Entertainment (SP) and Apax Partners Funds (UK) — EUR 30 million

      Acquisition of Sonera Zed Ltd (FI) by Wisdom Entertainment (SP) and Apax Partners Funds (UK) — EUR 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Wisdom Entertainment and Apax Partners Funds in the acquisition of Sonera Zed Ltd, an independent aggregator and reseller of media services to mobile phone users in Europe and Asia. September, 2004.
    • Issue of senior debt and directed new share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 365 million

      Issue of senior debt and directed new share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 365 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Intentia in the issue of senior debt and the directed new share issue to Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC. A total of some 19.1 million new shares were issued at a subscription price of SEK 8.98 per share and the total amount of the senior debt facility was USD 25 million. Intentia is a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. September, 2004.
    • Divestment of HMS Networks AB (SE) by IDI (SE), SEB Företagsinvest (SE) and other shareholders to Segulah (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of HMS Networks AB (SE) by IDI (SE), SEB Företagsinvest (SE) and other shareholders to Segulah (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to IDI, SEB Företagsinvest and other shareholders in the divestment of HMS Networks AB to the private equity company Segulah. HMS Networks AB is one of the global leaders in industrial network technology. September, 2004.
    • Divestment of Bostream (SE) to Bredbandsbolaget (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Bostream (SE) to Bredbandsbolaget (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the owners of Bostream in the divestment to Bredbandsbolaget. Bostream is the leading provider of DSL broadband services in Sweden after TeliaSonera. August, 2004.
    • Public offer for Eurocom Industries A/S (DK) by Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) — DKK 241 million
      Public offer for Eurocom Industries A/S (DK) by Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) — DKK 241 million

      Public offer for Eurocom Industries A/S (DK) by Thrane & Thrane A/S (DK) — DKK 241 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Thrane & Thrane, in i) the acquisition of a 88.6 per cent stake in listed Danish marine communication technology company EuroCom Industries A/S, from Rheinmetall AG and ii) the subsequent mandatory public offer for EuroCom's remaining shares. Thrane & Thrane is the world’s leading manufacturer of terminals and land earth stations for global mobile satellite communications. May & June, 2004.

    • Rights issue in Framfab (SE) — SEK 164 million

      Rights issue in Framfab (SE) — SEK 164 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Framfab in the company's SEK 164 million rights issue. The issue, which was fully subscribed, entitled shareholders to subscribe for two new shares for every five shares held. Framfab is a leading European communications specialist in digital media and interactive solutions based on Internet technology. June, 2004.
    • Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 800 million

      Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 800 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the company's share redemption programme amounting to SEK 800 million. Each share gave one redemption right and 18 redemption rights entitled the owner to redeem one share for SEK 86. Over 9 million shares were tendered for redemption, corresponding to 99.4 per cent of the maximum number of shares which could be redeemed in accordance with the offer. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. May, 2004.
    • New share issue in Q-Free (NO) — NOK 25 million

      New share issue in Q-Free (NO) — NOK 25 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue of 4.5 million shares in Q-Free. Q-Free is a global supplier of equipment, software and services for road pricing systems, access control and tracking systems, ticketing solutions and related services. Based in Norway, the company has subsidiaries in Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia and China and employs some 200 people. 2004 revenues were NOK 316 million. April, 2004.
    • Rights issue in Technology Nexus AB (SE) — SEK 105 million

      Rights issue in Technology Nexus AB (SE) — SEK 105 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in a rights issue in Technology Nexus AB, in which just over 10 million shares were issued at a subscription price of SEK 10.25 per share. Technology Nexus AB develops and delivers software and services that allow businesses to benefit from the efficient use of open communication networks with full protection from any unauthorized access. April, 2004.
    • Listing of Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LU) — Amount not applicable.

      Listing of Millicom International Cellular S.A. (LU) — Amount not applicable.

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser in the listing of Millicom International Cellular S.A. on Stockholmsbörsen. Carnegie is also market maker in the Millicom share. Millicom International Cellular S.A is a global telecommunications investor with cellular operations in Asia, Latin America and Africa. March, 2004.
    • Secondary offering of shares in BTS (SE) — SEK 7.3 million

      Secondary offering of shares in BTS (SE) — SEK 7.3 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 200,000 shares in BTS, representing some 3.5 per cent of the company's capital. BTS is a world leader in developing and delivering customised business acumen simulations. February, 2004.
    • Acquisition of XOR Group AB (SE) by Visma ASA (NO) — SEK 48.5 million plus 800,000 shares in Visma
      Acquisition of XOR Group AB (SE) by Visma ASA (NO) — SEK 48.5 million plus 800,000 shares in Visma

      Acquisition of XOR Group AB (SE) by Visma ASA (NO) — SEK 48.5 million plus 800,000 shares in Visma

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Visma Software in the cross-border acquisition of XOR Group. The Visma Group, quoted on the Oslo Stock Exchange, comprises two divisions, Visma Software and Visma Services, which are active in the development and quality assurance of services, software, software technology and knowledge, financial control and accounts. Acquisition value amounted to SEK 119 million. February 2004.

    • Acquisition of 38.8 million shares in Intentia (SE) by Symphony Technology Group (US) — SEK 256 million

      Acquisition of 38.8 million shares in Intentia (SE) by Symphony Technology Group (US) — SEK 256 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Intentia in respect of a strategic investment of initially SEK 256 million by Symphony Technology Group. Intentia is a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. Symphony is an investment firm with focus on enterprise software technology companies. February, 2004.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Song Networks (SE) — SEK 91 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Song Networks (SE) — SEK 91 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Stena group and was sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 1.3 million shares. The shares were placed at market price (no discount). February, 2004.
    • New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 68 million

      New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 68 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the directed new share issue of two million shares in Observer, in connection with the acquisition of the US company MediaMap. The shares were offered to a limited number of Swedish and international institutional investors. Observer is active in Business and Communication Intelligence and offers market monitoring and communication evaluation services. December, 2003.
    • Divestment of ErgoBluegarden AS (NO) to Ratos AB (SE) by Posten Norge AS (NO) — NOK 340 million

      Divestment of ErgoBluegarden AS (NO) to Ratos AB (SE) by Posten Norge AS (NO) — NOK 340 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Posten Norge AS in the divestment of the Ergo Group subsidiary ErgoBluegarden AS, one of the leading providers of payroll and human resource management systems and services in Norway, and with a growing presence in Denmark. December, 2003.
    • Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 703 million

      Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 703 million

      Redemption in Eniro (SE) — SEK 703 million Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the share redemption programme amounting to SEK 703 million. 99.7 per cent of the maximum possible number of shares available for redemption were tendered. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. September, 2003.
    • Redemption in Teligent AB (SE) — SEK 77.4 million

      Redemption in Teligent AB (SE) — SEK 77.4 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Teligent in the share redemption programme amounting to approximately SEK 77.4 million. Shareholders were entitled to redeem every fifth share for a cash payment of SEK 20 per share. Applications were received representing approximately 99 per cent of the maximum number of shares that could be redeemed.Teligent is an innovation driven company, developing services and systems that enable network operators to offer a wide range of value-added services to their customers. September, 2003.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Teleca (SE) — SEK 440 million
      Secondary offering of shares in Teleca (SE) — SEK 440 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Teleca (SE) — SEK 440 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner to Bure in the secondary placing of 9.3 million B shares in Teleca, with a value of approximately SEK 440 million (15.3 per cent of the capital). Teleca builds and integrates IT solutions for technology and software intensive customers worldwide. With more than 2,500 employees in 15 countries, Teleca is one of the largest IT services players in the Nordic market. September, 2003.

    • Debt restructuring for Metro (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Debt restructuring for Metro (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser in connection with Metro's substantial debt restructuring, where most of Metro's outstanding interest bearing debt was exchanged for equity. SEK 252 million was raised through a rights issue and an additional SEK 1.151 million was raised through a directed issue, where Kinnevik and MTG converted the interest bearing liabilities into equity. August, 2003.
    • Offer to repurchase subordinated Euro denominated convertible notes in Intentia (SE) financed through a new share issue  — SEK 421 million

      Offer to repurchase subordinated Euro denominated convertible notes in Intentia (SE) financed through a new share issue — SEK 421 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the combined transactions to Intentia, a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. August, 2003.
    • Rights issue and debt conversion in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Rights issue and debt conversion in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as manager in the rights issue in Metro International S.A. The rights issue had a primary subscription of more than 99 per cent which, combined with the subsidiary subscription by existing shareholders, resulted in an oversubscription of approximately 20 per cent. The subscription price was SEK 2.30 per share and the issue generated approximately SEK 252 million before transaction costs. Metro International S.A. also converted SEK 1,151 million of interest-bearing liablilities into equity by issuing new shares at a price of SEK 3.75 per share to Kinnevik and MTG. Metro International S.A. is the world's largest free newspaper, publishing and distributing 25 editions in 16 countries and in 14 languages. August, 2003.
    • Merger between Alma Media Corporation (FI) and Edita Plc (FI) magazine printing operations — Amount not disclosed.
      Merger between Alma Media Corporation (FI) and Edita Plc (FI) magazine printing operations — Amount not disclosed.

      Merger between Alma Media Corporation (FI) and Edita Plc (FI) magazine printing operations — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Alma Media in the merger of Alma Media's magazine printing operations into the state owned publishing company Edita's magazine printing subsidiary Edita Acta Oy, to be renamed Acta Print Oy. Acta Print will be jointly owned by Alma Media and Edita. Alma Media's main businesses are newspaper publishing, the production and distribution of business information, television and radio broadcasting, and contract printing services. July, 2003.

    • Rights issue in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 327 million

      Rights issue in Micronic Laser Systems (SE) — SEK 327 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the rights issue in Micronic Laser Systems, a high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of a series of extremely accurate laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks. Micronic's systems are used by the world's leading electronics companies in the manufacture of television and computer displays, semiconductor circuits and semiconductor packaging components. July, 2003.
    • Acquisition of Respons (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 900 million

      Acquisition of Respons (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 900 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro, provider of directory services, in the acquisition of Respons from Telefos. Respons operates 118 118®, the leading directory assistance provider in Sweden. May, 2003.
    • New share issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 64 million

      New share issue in Teleca (SE) — SEK 64 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser and sole book-runner in the new share issue in Teleca. Teleca builds and integrates IT solutions for technology and software intensive customers worldwide. With about 2,400 consultants, Teleca is one of the largest IT services players in the Nordic market. May, 2003.
    • Public offer to the shareholders of Europolitan (SE) by Vodafone (UK) — SEK 4.9 billion

      Public offer to the shareholders of Europolitan (SE) by Vodafone (UK) — SEK 4.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Board of Directors of Europolitan in the public offer to shareholders. Vodafone unconditionally offered to acquire the 25 per cent of Europolitan which it did not already own. March, 2003.
    • Disposal of GraphX Invest A/S (DK) to a group of private investors by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Disposal of GraphX Invest A/S (DK) to a group of private investors by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Disposal of GraphX Invest A/S (DK) to a group of private investors by Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Danish private equity firm Axcel in the disposal of the heat set printing company GraphX Invest to a group of private investors. February, 2003.

    • Share buy-backs in Orc Software (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Orc Software (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Orc Software as part of Orc Software's share repurchase programme.
    • Share buy-backs in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Share buy-backs in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Carnegie has purchased shares in the market on behalf of Europolitan Vodafone as part of Europolitan Vodafone's share repurchase programme.
    • Acquisition by Axcel and an external management team (DK) of NetTest A/S (DK) from GN Great Nordic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition by Axcel and an external management team (DK) of NetTest A/S (DK) from GN Great Nordic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition by Axcel and an external management team (DK) of NetTest A/S (DK) from GN Great Nordic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Axcel, a leading Danish private equity firm, and an external management team in the acquisition of NetTest A/S, a leading worldwide provider of testing, measurement and monitoring systems across both the optical and network layers of communications networks, from GN Great Nordic A/S. December, 2002.

    • Public offer for Sonera (FI) by Telia (SE) — EUR 10.3 billion
      Public offer for Sonera (FI) by Telia (SE) — EUR 10.3 billion

      Public offer for Sonera (FI) by Telia (SE) — EUR 10.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Telia, the Swedish telecom operator, in its public offer for the Finnish operator Sonera. December, 2002.

    • Merger between JOT Automation Oyj (FI) and Elektrobit Oy (FI) — EUR 160 million
      Merger between JOT Automation Oyj (FI) and Elektrobit Oy (FI) — EUR 160 million

      Merger between JOT Automation Oyj (FI) and Elektrobit Oy (FI) — EUR 160 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to JOT Automation Oyj in the merger between Jot Automation Oyj and Elektrobit Oy. The merged company aims to be a significant company in contract R&D and production automation for the telecommunication sector. June, 2002.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 324 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 324 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the secondary offering of 1,850,000 existing shares to international and domestic institutions. Orc Software develops and markets standardised and turnkey software for pricing, trading and risk management in real time in international electronic markets for financial instruments, commodities and energy. May, 2002.
    • New share issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 135 million

      New share issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 135 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the new share issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment to private and institutional investors. PARKEN Sport & Entertainment is a leading provider of large sports- and entertainment events in the Copenhagen area. May, 2002.
    • Option program in Teleca (SE)

      Option program in Teleca (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Teleca in the offer to employees and management to purchase warrants issued by Teleca. Teleca builds and integrates solutions for technology and software intensive customers worldwide. With about 2,400 consultants, Teleca is one of the largest IT services players in the Nordic market. May, 2002.
    • New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 400 million

      New share issue in Observer (SE) — SEK 400 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the new share issue in Observer of SEK 400 million. Observer AB is active in business and communication intelligence, offering media and market monitoring, analysis and communication evaluations as well as target group identification and distribution of information for PR and IR purposes. Observer AB has a turnover of nearly SEK 1,900 million on an annual basis, with around 2,700 employees in the U.S., the UK, Sweden, Canada, Germany, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. April, 2002.
    • Option program in Epsilon (SE)

      Option program in Epsilon (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Epsilon in the offer to all employees to buy warrants issued by Epsilon. Epsilon, which has approximately 1,000 employees, focuses on high-technology product development. The Company’s consulting services and total solutions are directed primarily to development-intensive companies in the following priority market segments: Automotive, Life Science, Communication Technology and Manufacturing Industry. April, 2002.
    • Acquisition by HiQ International AB (SE) of Softplan Oy (FI) — SEK 122 million

      Acquisition by HiQ International AB (SE) of Softplan Oy (FI) — SEK 122 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to HiQ International AB, a leading Nordic IT and management consultancy, in the acquisition of IT consultancy Softplan Oy, which focuses on advanced technical systems development in areas such as telecom and the public sector. April, 2002.
    • New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 45 million

      New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 45 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the issue of new shares in Intentia, a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. Intentia received proceeds of SEK 45 million before the costs of the share issue. March, 2002.
    • Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Prevas in the offer to all employees to receive stock options issued by Prevas. Prevas is a projectoriented IT consultancy that offers technical IT systems and consultant services to the Life Science industry as well as IT in products and embedded systems, custom-made systems for the manufacturing industry, products and services for electronics and medicines production and digital media. March, 2002.
    • Divestment of Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy (FI) to TDC Förlag A/S (DK) — EUR 12 million

      Divestment of Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy (FI) to TDC Förlag A/S (DK) — EUR 12 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Sanoma Magazines Finland Oy in the divestment of Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy, a subsidiary of TDC Forlag A/S. Blue Book TDC Hakemistot Oy is the leading provider of B2B information solutions in Finland within specialized trade directories, public sector directories, buyer’s guides and direct marketing address services. March, 2002.
    • Acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA (NO) from Merkantildata (NO) — NOK 460 million
      Acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA (NO) from Merkantildata (NO) — NOK 460 million

      Acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA (NO) from Merkantildata (NO) — NOK 460 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to TietoEnator Corp. in the acquisition of Ementor Financial Systems ASA from Merkantildata. March, 2002.

    • Public offer by Teleca (SE) for AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion
      Public offer by Teleca (SE) for AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Public offer by Teleca (SE) for AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AU-System, a provider of telecom related IT-consultancy services, in the public offer by Teleca, a competitor to AU-System in the same subsegment of the IT-services industry. The new group is one of the leading telecom related IT-consultancy providers in Europe. February, 2002.

    • Private placement of equity in Network Electronics ASA (NO) — NOK 9 million

      Private placement of equity in Network Electronics ASA (NO) — NOK 9 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Network Electronics ASA, a leading producer of small, mid-sized and large routers and optical transmission hardware for dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM). January, 2002.
    • Financing solution for Utfors (SE) — SEK 376 million

      Financing solution for Utfors (SE) — SEK 376 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser on the total financing solution amounting to SEK 376 million which comprised of equity as well as new debt. January, 2002.
    • Divestment of Orbiant Group (SE) by Telia AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 3.5 billion

      Divestment of Orbiant Group (SE) by Telia AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 3.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Telia AB (publ), in the sale of the Orbiant Group, consisting of the companies Neterna, Telia Service, Telia Systems, Evega, Relacom and Wireless Network Management. The Orbiant Group provides a complete portfolio of services for the design, installation, maintenance and management of networks and other equipment for fixed and mobile data and telecommunications. In the transaction, Flextronics, the supplier of construction and manufacturing related services, acquired 91 per cent of the Orbiant Group. December, 2001.
    • Public offer for Scandinavia Online (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Public offer for Scandinavia Online (SE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 127 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in its recommended public offer to the shareholders of Scandinavia Online. The consideration was in cash. Total value of the transaction was SEK 127 million. December, 2001.
    • Option program in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Option program in Europolitan Vodafone (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Europolitan Vodafone in the offer to management to receive compound-options issued by Europolitan Vodafone. In Sweden, the Vodafone Group is active in an number of areas including mobile telephony and retail operations with some fifty stores all over the country. December, 2001.
    • Demerger of Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Demerger of Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Telecomputing ASA in the demerger of the company into the Nordic ASP company Telecomputing ASA and the US based SPS (Service Provider Solutions) company Apptix. Telecomputing ASA acts as an Application Service Provider and assumes management, maintenance and support of the clients’ software and data applications through its own operation center and serverfarms. December, 2001.
    • Funding structure for Observer (SE) — 75 million

      Funding structure for Observer (SE) — 75 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Observer in the cross-border acquisition of Bacon. Apart from advisory on the M&A process, Carnegie acted as adivser on the funding structure consisting of various senior and subordinated debt, as well as traditional bridge financing. The bridge financing was later taken out by equity in a rights issue managed by Carnegie. November, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Bacon's Information Inc. (US)  by Observer (SE) — USD 90 million

      Acquisition of Bacon's Information Inc. (US) by Observer (SE) — USD 90 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Observer in the USD 90 million acquisition of Bacon's Information Inc., a leading provider of media databases and media monitoring services in the US, from Primedia Inc. November, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.0 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner to Telia and Elisa in the secondary placing of 54,000,000 shares in Eniro to domestic and international institutional investors. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. November, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Millicom’s Russian assets by Tele2 AB (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Acquisition of Millicom’s Russian assets by Tele2 AB (SE) — SEK 850 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to Tele2 AB, in the acquisition of Millicom’s Russian cellular telephony assets. Tele2 AB, formed in 1993, is the leading alternative pan-European telecommunications company offering fixed and mobile telephony, data network and Internet services under the brands Tele2, Tango and Comviq to 13.7 million people in 21 countries. November, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Direktia (FI) by Eniro (SE) — FIM 550 million

      Acquisition of Direktia (FI) by Eniro (SE) — FIM 550 million

      Carnegie acts as financial adviser to Eniro, provider of directory services, in the acquisition of the directory business of Elisa, Direktia. The new group is the leading directory services provider in Finland. November, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 218 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Orc Software (SE) — SEK 218 million

      Carnegie placed 2,000,000 existing shares as sole lead manager to international and domestic institutions. Orc Software develops and markets standardised and turnkey software for pricing, trading and risk management in real time in international electronic markets for financial instruments, commodities and energy. October, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Svenska PA System Group (SE) and Retea (SE) by Bure (SE) – SEK 250 million

      Acquisition of Svenska PA System Group (SE) and Retea (SE) by Bure (SE) – SEK 250 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Bure in the acquisition of Svenska PA System Group, consisting of the companies Svenska PA System AB, Palett AB and Time Recorder Data A/S, and Retea from TurnIT AB (publ) (SE). Svenska PA System is a leading provider of human resource management systems. Retea is a consultancy service provider with focus on the telecommunications industry. October, 2001
    • New share issue in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 746 million

      New share issue in Metro International S.A. (LU) — SEK 746 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a new share issue in Metro International S.A., directed at more than 20 Swedish and international institutional investors. Metro International S.A. is the world's largest free newspaper, publishing and distributing 21 editions in 15 countries and in 14 languages. September, 2001.
    • New share issue in AU-System (SE) — SEK 80 million

      New share issue in AU-System (SE) — SEK 80 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a new share issue, directed at a limited number of institutional investors in Sweden and internationally. AU-System is a leading mobile Internet consultancy. Through the subsidiary SandbergTrygg, the company also offers integrated services for marketing communications. September, 2001.
    • Divestment of Eumetrix (SE) to TietoEnator (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Eumetrix (SE) to TietoEnator (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to owners of Eumetrix, a software company, in the divestment of the company to TietoEnator, a listed Finnish/Swedish IT-consulting company. September, 2001.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.2 billion

      Secondary placing of shares in Eniro (SE) — SEK 4.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager to Telia in the secondary placing of 40,000,000 shares in Eniro to domestic and international institutional investors. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. July, 2001.
    • Visma ASA’s (NO) merger with SPCS ASA (NO/SE) — NOK 835 million

      Visma ASA’s (NO) merger with SPCS ASA (NO/SE) — NOK 835 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in a fairness opinion to Visma regarding the exchange ratio between Visma ASA and SPCS ASA in connection with the merger of the two companies. Prior to the merger, SPCS ASA was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange as well as the Stockholm Stock Exchange. July, 2001.
    • Private placement of equity in Aktivist Network (FI) — EUR 6 million

      Private placement of equity in Aktivist Network (FI) — EUR 6 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in Aktivist Network to institutional investors. Aktivist Network is a leading city and entertainment magazine operating in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Russia, Poland and the Baltic countries. July, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of BTS Group AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Initial public offering of BTS Group AB (publ) (SE) — SEK 86 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the initial public offering of BTS Group AB (publ) on Stockholmsbörsen. BTS Group AB (publ) is an international consulting and education company within business acumen. The company supports clients’ management in implementing change and increase profit through solutions based on tailor-made simulation models. June, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Consorte Group (NO) — NOK 40 million

      Initial public offering of Consorte Group (NO) — NOK 40 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Consorte Group, a leading provider of managed Intelligent Network ("IN") services, on the Oslo Stock Exchange. June, 2001.
    • Option program in IAR Systems (SE)

      Option program in IAR Systems (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to IAR Systems in the offer to employees to receive stock options issued by IAR Systems. IAR Systems is an international suppliers of development tools and services for embedded systems, which are used for regulating and controlling products containing microprocessors – for example, mobile telephones, airbags, GPS systems, remote control units and computer games. June, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Panorama Polska (PO) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Acquisition of Panorama Polska (PO) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the acquisition of the Polish company Panorama Polska for approximately SEK 1.2 billion. May, 2001.
    • Option programs in Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE)

      Option programs in Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Micronic Laser Systems AB in the offer to all employees to purchase warrants issued by Micronic Laser Systems AB and in the offer to management to receive stock options issued by Micronic Laser Systems AB, a high-tech company active in the development, manufacturing and marketing of extremely accurate laser writers used to produce photomasks. May, 2001.
    • Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Option program in Prevas (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Prevas in the offer to all employees to receive stock options issued by Prevas. Prevas is a projectoriented IT consultancy that offers technical IT systems and consultant services to the Life Science industry as well as IT in products and embedded systems, custom-made systems for the manufacturing industry, products and services for electronics and medicines production and digital media. May, 2001.
    • Rights issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 76 million

      Rights issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment (DK) — DKK 76 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the rights issue in PARKEN Sport & Entertainment on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. PARKEN Sport & Entertainment is a leading provider of large sports- and entertainment events in the Copenhagen area. April, 2001.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Observer (SE) — SEK 288 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Observer (SE) — SEK 288 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in Observer, with a value of SEK 288 million. March, 2001.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Talentum (FI) — EUR 48 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Talentum (FI) — EUR 48 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in Talentum, with a value of EUR 48 million. March, 2001.
    • New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 399 million

      New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 399 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the rights issue of shares in Intentia, a leading supplier of e-collaboration applications and integrated business solutions. Intentia received proceeds of SEK 399 million before the costs of the rights issue. March, 2001.
    • Acquisition by Sanmina Corporation (US) of AB Segerström & Svensson (SE) — SEK 5.6 billion

      Acquisition by Sanmina Corporation (US) of AB Segerström & Svensson (SE) — SEK 5.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sanmina Corporation, a world leading electronics contract manufacturer, in the public bid for AB Segerström & Svensson, a leading suppplier of enclosure systems to the telecom industry. February, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Dimension (SE) — SEK 782 million

      Initial public offering of Dimension (SE) — SEK 782 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the combined offer of a new share issue and a secondary placing (Bure Equity AB and founders) with a total transaction value of SEK 782 million. Dimension is a Swedish IT company that designs and implements infrastructure to handle business-critical information. February, 2001.
    • New share issue in Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 134 million

      New share issue in Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 134 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in a new share issue in Telecomputing ASA towards international and domestic institutional investors. Telecomputing ASA acts as an Application Service Provider and assumes management, maintenance and support of the clients’ software and data applications through its own operation center and server farms. February, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Wer liefert was? (DE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Acquisition of Wer liefert was? (DE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the acquisition of the German company Wer liefert was? for approximately SEK 1.1 billion. January, 2001.
    • Divestment of MDC Research Group/Suomen Gallup (FI) to Taylor Nelson Sofres (UK) — EUR 51 million

      Divestment of MDC Research Group/Suomen Gallup (FI) to Taylor Nelson Sofres (UK) — EUR 51 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the owners of MDC Research Group on its divestment to Taylor Nelson Sofres for a consideration of EUR 51 million in cash. MDC Research Group is the leading media research supplier in Finland, Russia and the Baltic countries. January, 2001.
    • New share issue in Itera ASA (NO) — NOK 104 million

      New share issue in Itera ASA (NO) — NOK 104 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a new share issue in Itera ASA towards international and Norwegian investors. Itera ASA is a leading Norwegian e-consulting and e-services company. January, 2001.
    • Private placement of equity in [ahhaaa] (SE) — SEK 40 million

      Private placement of equity in [ahhaaa] (SE) — SEK 40 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in [ahhaaa] to institutional investors. [ahhaaa] is a directory assistance services company active in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. January, 2001.
    • Private placement of equity in Benefit Network AS (NO) — NOK 55 million

      Private placement of equity in Benefit Network AS (NO) — NOK 55 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Benefit Network AS towards institutional and private investors. Benefit Network AS is a financial employee benefit services company. January, 2001.
    • Acquisition of Windhager Mediengruppe (DE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 840 million

      Acquisition of Windhager Mediengruppe (DE) by Eniro (SE) — SEK 840 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Eniro in the acquisition of the German company Windhager Mediengruppe for approximately SEK 840 million. January, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Utfors (SE) Stockholmsbörsen — SEK 743 million

      Initial public offering of Utfors (SE) Stockholmsbörsen — SEK 743 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager and book-runner in connection with a new share issue in Utfors of SEK 743 million and the listing of the company on the O-list of Stockholmsbörsen. Utfors owns a pan-Nordic fibre network and markets high technology broadband solutions to corporations in the Nordic countries. December, 2000.
    • Public offer for Bulten AB (SE) by Finnveden (SE) — SEK 840 million

      Public offer for Bulten AB (SE) by Finnveden (SE) — SEK 840 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Finnveden in the public offer for Bulten AB. The merger made Finnveden one of Europe’s largest fastening systems companies, with annual sales of approx. SEK 4.5 billion and some 3,800 employees. November, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of Eniro AB (SE) — SEK 6.3 billion

      Initial public offering of Eniro AB (SE) — SEK 6.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and book-runner in the initial public offering of Eniro AB on Stockholmsbörsen. Eniro is the Nordic region's leading provider of off-line and on-line directories and related services. Eniro AB's 700 titles are published in ten countries and include local and regional directories (yellow pages) and business-to-business directories. The directories are delivered through a variety of media including printed catalogues, mobile phones and Internet. October, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of Orc Software (SE) — SEK 408 million

      Initial public offering of Orc Software (SE) — SEK 408 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the initial public offering of Orc Software on Stockholmsbörsen. Orc Software develops and markets standardised and turnkey software for pricing, trading and risk management in real time in international electronic markets for financial instruments, commodities and energy. October, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of AudioDev (SE) — SEK 384 million

      Initial public offering of AudioDev (SE) — SEK 384 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the initial public offering of AudioDev on Stockholmsbörsen. AudioDev is a world-leading global manufacturer of advanced test equipment for optical media such as CD and DVD. September, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in i-data international (DK) — DKK 592 million

      Private placement of equity in i-data international (DK) — DKK 592 million

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser in a private placement of equity in i-data international in connection with the acquisition of Canadian company Eicon Technology Corporation. The private placement comprised 640,000 shares at DKK 925 per share, generating proceeds of DKK 592 million. September, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in SecGo Group (FI) — FIM 72 million

      Private placement of equity in SecGo Group (FI) — FIM 72 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in SecGo Group to institutional investors. SecGo Group Oy is a leading provider of information security products based on strong encryption, advanced networking solutions and secure e-business solutions. August, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of IAR Systems (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Initial public offering of IAR Systems (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser in the initial public offering of IAR Systems on the Stockholmsbörsen. IAR Systems is one of the world’s leading companies for producing software for programming of microprocessors for embedded systems. July, 2000.
    • Office Systems ASA’s (NO) acquisition of TEAMPRO AS (NO) and Origo AS (NO) — NOK 60 million

      Office Systems ASA’s (NO) acquisition of TEAMPRO AS (NO) and Origo AS (NO) — NOK 60 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Office System ASA in the acquisition of the software volume-license specialist TEAMPRO AS, and the Internet content provider Origo AS. July, 2000.
    • Demerger of Office Systems ASA (NO) — NOK 180 million

      Demerger of Office Systems ASA (NO) — NOK 180 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Office System ASA in the splitting of the company into the ERP/CRM/Internet company Office Systems ASA and the PC hardware reseller Office Line ASA. July, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Consorte Group ASA (NO) — NOK 50 million

      Private placement of equity in Consorte Group ASA (NO) — NOK 50 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a private placement of equity in Corsorte Group ASA towards Norwegian institutional and private investors. Consorte Group ASA is a provider of value added telephony net services. July, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of Telia (SE) — SEK 76.6 billion

      Initial public offering of Telia (SE) — SEK 76.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint Nordic lead manager in the initial public offering of Swedish telecommunications company Telia on Stockholmsbörsen. The offering, in which Telia issued 150 million shares and the Kingdom of Sweden reduced its holdings in Telia to 70 per cent, attracted over one million new shareholders. June, 2000.
    • Telia’s (SE) acquisition of NetCom ASA (NO) — NOK 22.5 billion
      Telia’s (SE) acquisition of NetCom ASA (NO) — NOK 22.5 billion

      Telia’s (SE) acquisition of NetCom ASA (NO) — NOK 22.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Telia in the acquisition of approximately 51 per cent of the Norwegian mobile operator NetCom ASA. The shares were sold by SEC, Orkla and KLP Forsikring, among others. Telia acquired the remaining shares outstanding in NetCom ASA through a cash bid corresponding to NOK 470 per share. June, 2000.

    • Pre-initial public offering and Oslo Stock Exchange listing of Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 161 million

      Pre-initial public offering and Oslo Stock Exchange listing of Telecomputing ASA (NO) — NOK 161 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the pre-initial public offering and joint lead manager in the listing of Telecomputing ASA. Telecomputing ASA acts as an Application Service Provider and assumes management, maintenance and support of the clients’ software and data applications through its own operation center and serverfarms. June, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Initial public offering of AU-system (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of AU-System on Stockholmsbörsen. AU-System is a leading supplier of consulting services and solutions for the development of advanced wireless and Internet technologies, applications and associated services. June, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of Scandinavia Online (SE) — SEK 1.0 billion

      Initial public offering of Scandinavia Online (SE) — SEK 1.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Scandinavia Online, the leading portal network in the Nordic region, on Stockholmsbörsen and the Oslo Stock Exchange. June, 2000.
    • New share issue in Sigma (SE) — SEK 250 million

      New share issue in Sigma (SE) — SEK 250 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the new share issue in Sigma to institutional investors. Sigma is a leading supplier of consulting services in the areas of e-solutions, embedded solutions and engineering solutions. June, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Startupfactory (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Private placement of equity in Startupfactory (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Startupfactory to Investor, Softbank and D. Carnegie AB. Startupfactory is one of the first early stage, value-added investors focused on wireless communication and mobile lifestyle. June, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of RTX Telecom (DK) — DKK 759 million

      Initial public offering of RTX Telecom (DK) — DKK 759 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of the Danish wireless communication company RTX Telecom. RTX Telecom is at the forefront of wireless communications. June, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in ZoomON (SE) — SEK 70 million

      Private placement of equity in ZoomON (SE) — SEK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in ZoomON, a leading provider of flexible vector graphics solutions for business-to-business applications on the web and in a wireless environment. June, 2000.
    • New share issue in M2S (SE) — SEK 280 million

      New share issue in M2S (SE) — SEK 280 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue in M2S, directed at about 20 institutions, most of which are international investors. The new share issue was made in connection with the acquisition of M2S’ German competitor Prokoda. June, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of Viking Telecom Group (SE) — SEK 168 million

      Initial public offering of Viking Telecom Group (SE) — SEK 168 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the initial public offering of Viking Telecom Group on Stockholmsbörsen. The Viking Telecom Group develops and markets access products for existing and future communication networks. May, 2000.
    • Acquisition by M2S (SE) of Prokoda (DE) — SEK 510 million

      Acquisition by M2S (SE) of Prokoda (DE) — SEK 510 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to M2S, the technology-based IT training company, in the acquisition of the German competitor Prokoda. May, 2000.
    • Acquisition by Nordic Capital (DK) and Polaris Private Equity (DK) of Kirk Acoustics A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition by Nordic Capital (DK) and Polaris Private Equity (DK) of Kirk Acoustics A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Nordic Capital and Polaris Private Equity in connection with its acquisition of Kirk Acoustics A/S. The combination of Kirk Acoustics A/S and Microtronic (acquired by Nordic Capital in March 2000) creates a world-class manufacturer of high-tech components for mobile phones and hearing instruments. May, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Banqsoft AS (NO) — NOK 22 million

      Private placement of equity in Banqsoft AS (NO) — NOK 22 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the private placement towards Norwegian institutional and private investors. Banqsoft AS is a banking software company. May, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in [ahhaaa] (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Private placement of equity in [ahhaaa] (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in [ahhaaa] to institutional investors. [ahhaaa] is a directory assistance services company active in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. May, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Aktivist Network (FI) — FIM 50 million

      Private placement of equity in Aktivist Network (FI) — FIM 50 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in Aktivist Network to institutional investors. Aktivist Network is a leading city and entertainment magazine operating in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Russia, Poland and the Baltic countries. April, 2000.
    • Divestment by Sifo Group (SE) of Sifo Research & Consulting (SE) to Research International (UK) — SEK 600 million

      Divestment by Sifo Group (SE) of Sifo Research & Consulting (SE) to Research International (UK) — SEK 600 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the listed Sifo Group in the divestment of its Sifo Research & Consulting division to Research International, a company of the global marketing services group WPP (UK). Sifo Research & Consulting is a market leader in Sweden in market research and related consulting services and a leading research company in Norway and Denmark. April, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in NetOnNet (SE) — SEK 130 million

      Private placement of equity in NetOnNet (SE) — SEK 130 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in NetOnNet to private and institutional investors. NetOnNet offers electronic equipment on the Internet. April, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Utfors (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Private placement of equity in Utfors (SE) — SEK 450 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Utfors to Swedish and international institutional investors. Utfors develops and constructs high technology broadband solutions for corporations and private households. April, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Active ISP AS (NO) — NOK 623 million

      Private placement of equity in Active ISP AS (NO) — NOK 623 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the private placement of equity in Active ISP AS towards Norwegian and international institutional and private investors. Active ISP AS is a web hosting company. The proceeds will be used to finance the company’s full scale European marketing effort. April, 2000.
    • New share issue in Visma ASA (NO) — NOK 30 million

      New share issue in Visma ASA (NO) — NOK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a private placement towards Norwegian and international institutional and private investors in the ERP-software company Visma ASA. March, 2000.
    • Initial public offering of Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE) — SEK 633 million

      Initial public offering of Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE) — SEK 633 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the initial public offering of Micronic Laser Systems AB on Stockholmsbörsen. Micronic Laser Systems AB is a high-tech company active in the development, manufacturing and marketing of extremely accurate laser writers used to produce photomasks. Micronic Laser Systems AB’s systems are used by the world's leading electronics companies in the manufacturing of television and computer displays as well as semiconductor circuits. March, 2000.
    • Divestment of ElTele Østfold (NO) to UPC (NL) — NOK 320 million

      Divestment of ElTele Østfold (NO) to UPC (NL) — NOK 320 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Hafslund and other investors in the divestment of ElTele Østfold (NO) to UPC (NL). March, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in toga.com (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Private placement of equity in toga.com (SE) — SEK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in toga.com to private and institutional investors. toga.com is an Internet-based department store carrying over 160 brands. March, 2000.
    • New share issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 160 million

      New share issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the new share issue in IBS to institutional investors. IBS is a leading supplier of systems for Enterprise Resource Planning. March, 2000.
    • Acquisition by Nordic Capital (DK) and Polaris Private Equity (DK) of Microtronic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition by Nordic Capital (DK) and Polaris Private Equity (DK) of Microtronic A/S (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Nordic Capital and Polaris Private Equity in connection with their acquisition of 80 per cent of the share capital in Microtronic A/S. March, 2000.
    • New share issue in Office Systems ASA (NO) — NOK 16 million

      New share issue in Office Systems ASA (NO) — NOK 16 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a private placement towards Norwegian institutional and private investors in the Oslo Stock Exchange listed IT network systems integrator company Office Systems ASA. March, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Projectplace International AB (SE) — SEK 70 million

      Private placement of equity in Projectplace International AB (SE) — SEK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the private placement of SEK 70 million in Projectplace International AB. Projectplace International AB develops and markets a solution for online project collaboration. March, 2000.
    • Acquisition by Sigma (SE) of Måldata (SE) — SEK 367 million
      Acquisition by Sigma (SE) of Måldata (SE) — SEK 367 million

      Acquisition by Sigma (SE) of Måldata (SE) — SEK 367 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sigma, a leading supplier of IT consultant services, in the public bid for Måldata. March, 2000.

    • Acquisition by SuperOffice (NO) of Caesar Business Solutions AB (SE) — NOK 125 million
      Acquisition by SuperOffice (NO) of Caesar Business Solutions AB (SE) — NOK 125 million

      Acquisition by SuperOffice (NO) of Caesar Business Solutions AB (SE) — NOK 125 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to SuperOffice in the acquisition of Caesar Business Solutions AB. The combined company is the leading European supplier of CRM software in the large and medium business-to-business segment. March, 2000.

    • New share issue in Teligent (SE) — SEK 315 million

      New share issue in Teligent (SE) — SEK 315 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue in Teligent to Swedish and overseas institutional investors. Teligent is an international systems supplier within intelligent telephony. February, 2000.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Trio Information systems (SE) — SEK 208 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Trio Information systems (SE) — SEK 208 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of Kistefos Industrial Group's shares in Trio Information Systems. Trio Information Systems develops enterprise call handling solutions for corporations. February, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in c.Rel (NO) — NOK 120 million

      Private placement of equity in c.Rel (NO) — NOK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in c.Rel to private and institutional investors. c.Rel offers expertise and software solutions within customer loyalty and CRM for the business-to-consumer market in the world of online, offline and web customer interaction. February, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Projectplace International AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Private placement of equity in Projectplace International AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the private placement of SEK 30 million in Projectplace International AB. Projectplace International AB develops and markets a solution for online project collaboration. February, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Unified Messaging Systems AS (NO) — NOK 18 million

      Private placement of equity in Unified Messaging Systems AS (NO) — NOK 18 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Unified Messaging System AS towards Norwegian institutional and private investors. Unified Messaging System AS is an IT/telecom services company. February, 2000.
    • Divestment by Segulah (SE) of Teli Service (SE) to A Novo (FI) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment by Segulah (SE) of Teli Service (SE) to A Novo (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment by Segulah (SE) of Teli Service (SE) to A Novo (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the private equity fund Segulah in the divestment of Teli Service to A Novo, listed on the Nouveau Marché of the Paris Stock Exchange. Teli Service is the leading independent supplier in the Nordic countries of repair and logistics services for telecommunication and computer products. February, 2000.

    • Divestment by Telia (SE) of Telia Norge (NO) to Enitel (NO) — SEK 2.1 billion
      Divestment by Telia (SE) of Telia Norge (NO) to Enitel (NO) — SEK 2.1 billion

      Divestment by Telia (SE) of Telia Norge (NO) to Enitel (NO) — SEK 2.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Telia in the divestment of Telia Norge to Enitel. Telia Norge is a provider of Internet telephony, datacom and PABX services to both business and private customers. January, 2000.

    • Rights issue in Sifo Group (SE) — SEK 822 million

      Rights issue in Sifo Group (SE) — SEK 822 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sifo Group, active in media and market monitoring and management and strategic consulting, in its rights issue. January, 2000.
    • Private placement of equity in Birdstep Technology AS (NO) — NOK 85 million

      Private placement of equity in Birdstep Technology AS (NO) — NOK 85 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the private placement of equity in Birdstep Technology AS towards Norwegian institutional and private investors. Birdstep Technology AS is a software company and a producer of small footprint database management systems. January, 2000.
    • Acquisition by Sifo (SE) of Romeike Group (UK) — GBP 110 million
      Acquisition by Sifo (SE) of Romeike Group (UK) — GBP 110 million

      Acquisition by Sifo (SE) of Romeike Group (UK) — GBP 110 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sifo in the acquisition of the British media monitoring company Romeike Group. This acquisition made Sifo, through its Observer Media Intelligence Division, the world’s largest media and market monitoring company. December, 1999.

    • Private placement of equity in Fondex (SE) — SEK 38 million

      Private placement of equity in Fondex (SE) — SEK 38 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Fondex, the Internet-based mutual fund distributor to institutional investors. December, 1999.
    • Initial public offering of i-data (DK) — DKK 624 million

      Initial public offering of i-data (DK) — DKK 624 million

      Carnegie acted as global co-ordinator in the initial public offering of i-data, a company active in the areas of secure Internet connectivity and printing systems. December, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in SSH Communications Security Oy (FI) — FIM 103 million

      Private placement of equity in SSH Communications Security Oy (FI) — FIM 103 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in SSH Communications Security Oy, a leading global data security company. December, 1999.
    • Initial public offering of M2S (SE) — SEK 162 million

      Initial public offering of M2S (SE) — SEK 162 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of the technology-based IT training company M2S, creator of the WIT interactive IT-training program. December, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in Utfors (SE) — SEK 175 million

      Private placement of equity in Utfors (SE) — SEK 175 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Utfors to institutional investors in Sweden and Norway. Utfors develops and constructs high technology broadband solutions for companies and private persons. December, 1999.
    • Acquisition by Trio AB (SE) of Abacus Solutions Oy (FI) — SEK 154 million

      Acquisition by Trio AB (SE) of Abacus Solutions Oy (FI) — SEK 154 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Trio AB in the acquisition of Abacus Solutions Oy. Trio AB develops advanced systems for fixed and mobile telephony. December, 1999.
    • Divestment of Time Recorder Data AS (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Time Recorder Data AS (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to the owner of Time Recorder Data AS in connection with the divestment of Time Recorder Data AS to the Swedish TurnIT and its subsidiary Svenska PA System. Time Recorder Data AS is the leading developer of time and attendance recording systems in Norway. December, 1999.
    • Acquisition of CS Verilog SA (FI) by Telelogic (SE) — USD 26 million

      Acquisition of CS Verilog SA (FI) by Telelogic (SE) — USD 26 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Telelogic in connection with the acquisition of CS Verilog SA. Telelogic is active within the area of development tools for real-time applications, primarily within the telecommunications industry. December, 1999.
    • Private placement in Active ISP AS (NO) — NOK 55 million

      Private placement in Active ISP AS (NO) — NOK 55 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a private placement towards Norwegian institutional and private investors in the Internet Service Provider Active ISP AS, a web hosting company. December, 1999.
    • Private placement in Consorte Tele AS (NO) — NOK 30 million

      Private placement in Consorte Tele AS (NO) — NOK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a private placement towards Norwegian institutional and private investors in Consorte Tele AS, a provider of value added Telephony Net Services. December, 1999.
    • Private placement in FastWeb ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      Private placement in FastWeb ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a private placement towards Norwegian institutional and private investors in the Internet (ISP) company FastWeb ASA. December, 1999.
    • Private placement in Guru Software AS (NO) — NOK 30 million
      Private placement in Guru Software AS (NO) — NOK 30 million

      Private placement in Guru Software AS (NO) — NOK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a private placement towards Norwegian institutional and private investors in the software and Internet (ISP) company Guru Software AS (Mamut). December, 1999.

    • Private placement of equity in Viking Telecom AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Private placement of equity in Viking Telecom AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in Viking Telecom AB. Viking Telecom AB’s main products include routers and remote management systems for routing telecom traffic and mobile broadband links for cable-TV networks. November, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS (NO) — NOK 305 million

      Private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS (NO) — NOK 305 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS, an Application Service Provider and assumes management, maintenance and support of the clients’ software and data applications through its own operation center and server farms. November, 1999.
    • Private placement in Guru Software AS (NO) — NOK 10 million

      Private placement in Guru Software AS (NO) — NOK 10 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in a small private placement towards Norwegian institutional investors in the software company Guru Software AS. November, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in ZoomON (SE) — SEK 70 million

      Private placement of equity in ZoomON (SE) — SEK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in ZoomON, a leading provider of flexible vector graphics solutions for business-to-business applications on the web and in a wireless environment. October, 1999.
    • Rights issue in Array Printers AB (SE) — SEK 78 million

      Rights issue in Array Printers AB (SE) — SEK 78 million

      Carnegie acted as manager in the rights issue for Array Printers AB. Array Printers AB collaborates with established manufacturers of office equipment to offer the market cost efficient colour prints in printers, copiers and faxes. October, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in Saunalahden Serveri (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Private placement of equity in Saunalahden Serveri (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placements of equity in Saunalahden Serveri, an ISP Internet operator. October, 1999.
    • Acquisition of Hypertech (AU) by Memory Card Technology (DK) — USD 10 million

      Acquisition of Hypertech (AU) by Memory Card Technology (DK) — USD 10 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Memory Card Technology in the acquisition of Hypertech. Memory Card Technology, which has offices in 15 countries, is the leading European designer and manufacturer of memory upgrades and PC card products. September, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS (NO) — NOK 150 million

      Private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS (NO) — NOK 150 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS, an Application Service Provider and assumes management, maintenance and support of the clients’ software and data applications through its own operation center and server farms. August, 1999.
    • Acquisition of Sendit AB (SE) by Microsoft Corporation (US) — SEK 1.1 billion
      Acquisition of Sendit AB (SE) by Microsoft Corporation (US) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Acquisition of Sendit AB (SE) by Microsoft Corporation (US) — SEK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sendit AB in the public bid by Microsoft Corporation, USA. Sendit AB is the leading provider of open carrier-class mobile Internet application server solutions to GSM operators. July, 1999.

    • Option program in Sendit AB (SE)

      Option program in Sendit AB (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the management of Sendit in respect of the offer made for warrants issued to management. The offer was made in connection with the public bid for Sendit AB by Microsoft Corporation. Sendit AB is the leading provider of open carrier-class mobile Internet application server solutions to GSM operators. July, 1999.
    • Merger of Enator AB (SE) and Tieto Corporation (FI) — SEK 7.9 billion
      Merger of Enator AB (SE) and Tieto Corporation (FI) — SEK 7.9 billion

      Merger of Enator AB (SE) and Tieto Corporation (FI) — SEK 7.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the IT company Enator AB in the merger with Tieto Corporation, a Finnish IT company. At the time of the merger the new company, TietoEnator, had a market capitalisation of approximately SEK 26 billion and some 10,300 employees. June, 1999.

    • Option program in Enator (SE)
      Option program in Enator (SE)

      Option program in Enator (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the management of Enator in respect of existing warrants, in relation to the merger of Enator with Tieto (FI). June, 1999.

    • Acquisition of Netti Finland Oy (FI) by Saunalahden Serveri (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Netti Finland Oy (FI) by Saunalahden Serveri (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Saunalahden Serveri in connection with the acquisition of Netti Finland Oy from Turun Puhelin Oy. Netti Finland Oy and Saunalahden Serveri are both ISP Internet operators. June, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in Saunalahden Serveri (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Private placement of equity in Saunalahden Serveri (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placements of equity in Saunalahden Serveri, an ISP Internet operator. June, 1999.
    • Option program in Orc Software (SE)

      Option program in Orc Software (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the issuers and Orc Software, in the offer to employees to purchase call options issued by OM Group, Cancale and D. Carnegie AB. June, 1999.
    • Option program in Mydata (SE)

      Option program in Mydata (SE)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Mydata in the offer to employees to purchase warrants issued by the company. May, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS (NO) — NOK 50 million

      Private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS (NO) — NOK 50 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in TeleComputing AS, an Application Service Provider and assumes management, maintenance and support of the clients’ software and data applications through its own operation center and server farms. May, 1999.
    • Acquisition by Alphatron Industrier ASA (NO) of Kitron (NO) — NOK 285 million
      Acquisition by Alphatron Industrier ASA (NO) of Kitron (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Acquisition by Alphatron Industrier ASA (NO) of Kitron (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Alphatron Industrier ASA, a leading producer in the electronics industry, in the acquisition of Kitron. May, 1999.

    • Initial public offering of Teligent AB (SE) — SEK 122 million

      Initial public offering of Teligent AB (SE) — SEK 122 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the initial public offering of shares in the Swedish IT/telecom company Teligent AB. The company develops services and systems designed to enable network operators to offer value added services to their customers. April, 1999.
    • Valuation of Salcom (SE) and Santa Monica Software (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Valuation of Salcom (SE) and Santa Monica Software (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Investment AB Bure (SE), the main shareholder in Salcom and Santa Monica Software, in the merger of these companies. April, 1999.
    • Acquisition of the activities in Landbrugets EDB-Center (DK) by Maersk Data (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of the activities in Landbrugets EDB-Center (DK) by Maersk Data (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Maersk Data in the acquisition of the activities in the IT-company Landbrugets EDB-Center. March, 1999.
    • Initial public offering of Telelogic (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Initial public offering of Telelogic (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of shares in the IT-company Telelogic. Telelogic develops advanced software tools primarily targeted at the communications industry. March, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in SensoNor AS (NO) — NOK 32 million

      Private placement of equity in SensoNor AS (NO) — NOK 32 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in SensoNor AS, a leading supplier of electronic sensors to the automotive industry. March, 1999.
    • Private placement of equity in Alphatron Industrier ASA (NO) — NOK 7.5 million

      Private placement of equity in Alphatron Industrier ASA (NO) — NOK 7.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the issue of 15 million shares in Alphatron Industrier ASA. Alphatron Industrier ASA produces electronics on a contractual basis and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. February, 1999.
    • Initial public offering of Contex A/S (DK) — DKK 220 million

      Initial public offering of Contex A/S (DK) — DKK 220 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of equity in the digital imaging company Contex A/S. Contex A/S produces and markets large-format scanners. February, 1999.
    • New share issue in SensoNor ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      New share issue in SensoNor ASA (NO) — NOK 20 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in two minor new share issues in SensoNor ASA, a leading supplier of electronic sensors to the automotive industry. December, 1998.
    • New share issue Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE) — SEK 76 million

      New share issue Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE) — SEK 76 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager of the rights issue of SEK 76 million in Micronic Laser Systems AB, a high-tech company active in the development, manufacturing and marketing of extremely accurate laser writers used to produce photomasks. Micronic Laser Systems AB’s systems are used by the world's leading electronics companies in the manufacturing of television and computer displays as well as semiconductor circuits. December, 1998.
    • New share issue and secondary placing in Sigma AB (SE) — SEK 152 million and SEK 94 million

      New share issue and secondary placing in Sigma AB (SE) — SEK 152 million and SEK 94 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the SEK 152 million new share issue, in the IT-company Sigma AB. The transaction included a secondary offering of shares at a value of SEK 94 million. The offer all together was distributed to Swedish and international institutions. December, 1998.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Europolitan (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Secondary offering of shares in Europolitan (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary placing of shares in Europolitan, active within mobile telephony. December, 1998.

    • Agresso ASA’s (NO) takeover of Datorisering AB (SE) — NOK 80 million

      Agresso ASA’s (NO) takeover of Datorisering AB (SE) — NOK 80 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Agresso ASA in the takeover of the Swedish private IT-company Datorisering AB. November, 1998.
    • Private placement in Guru Software AS (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Private placement in Guru Software AS (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in a small rights offering in the software company Guru Software AS. Because of very difficult market conditions, the shares were issued at par, forcing existing shareholders to participate in the offering. October, 1998.
    • New share issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 277 million

      New share issue in IBS (SE) — SEK 277 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue in IBS. IBS is a leading provider of enterprise resource planning systems. October, 1998.
    • New share issue in Agresso ASA (NO) — NOK 75 million

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

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the private placement in Agresso ASA. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and operates within the IT industry. October, 1998.
    • Public offer for Benima Ferator Engineering (SE) by Sigma (SE) — SEK 197 million
      Public offer for Benima Ferator Engineering (SE) by Sigma (SE) — SEK 197 million

      Public offer for Benima Ferator Engineering (SE) by Sigma (SE) — SEK 197 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the IT-company Sigma in the public take-over bid of Benima Ferator Engineering. October, 1998.

    • Initial public offering of Software Innovation (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Initial public offering of Software Innovation (NO) — NOK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of the software and consulting company Software Innovation. The market value of the company was approximately NOK 300 million at the time of the listing. September, 1998.
    • Spin-off of Sifo Group (SE) to parent company Scribona’s shareholders — Amount not disclosed.

      Spin-off of Sifo Group (SE) to parent company Scribona’s shareholders — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Scribona on the spin-off of its subsidiary Sifo Group to the shareholders. In conjunction with the spin-off, Carnegie acted as adviser to Sifo Group in the listing on Stockholmsbörsen. Sifo Group is active within media and market intelligence, surveys and consulting services. September, 1998.
    • Public offer by Quebecor Printing Inc. (CA) for Tryckinvest i Norden AB (“Tina”) (SE) — SEK 1.8 billion

      Public offer by Quebecor Printing Inc. (CA) for Tryckinvest i Norden AB (“Tina”) (SE) — SEK 1.8 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Canadian printing group Quebecor Printing Inc. in the public take-over of Tryckinvest i Norden AB, the Nordic region’s largest commercial printer. August, 1998.
    • Secondary placing in IBS AB (SE) — NOK 500 million

      Secondary placing in IBS AB (SE) — NOK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of shares corresponding to 28 per cent of the share capital and 20 per cent of the voting shares in the IT-company IBS AB. The placing corresponded to a market value of NOK 500 million and was distributed to a number of Swedish and international institutional investors. June, 1998.
    • Initial public offering of Tryckinvest i Norden AB (

      Initial public offering of Tryckinvest i Norden AB ("Tina") (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Swedish printing company Tryckindustri i Norden AB. June, 1998.

    • Divestment of DCM (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of DCM (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the founders of DCM, a producer of compact discs, in the divestment of 51 per cent of the shares in DCM to Euroventures and management in DCM. June, 1998.
    • New share issue in Sendit AB (SE) — SEK 75 million

      New share issue in Sendit AB (SE) — SEK 75 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the rights issue of shares in Sendit AB, a telecommunication software company listed on SBI. Sendit AB is the leading provider of open carrier-class mobile Internet application server solutions to GSM operators. June, 1998.
    • Initial public offering of CRI-Gruppen ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      Initial public offering of CRI-Gruppen ASA (NO) — NOK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the initial public offering of CRI-Gruppen ASA. The market value at the introduction on the Oslo Stock Exchange was approximately NOK 100 million. May, 1998.
    • New share issue in SensoNor ASA (NO) — NOK 88 million

      New share issue in SensoNor ASA (NO) — NOK 88 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue in SensoNor AS, a leading supplier of electronic sensors to the automotive industry. May, 1998.
    • Initial public offering of Prevas (SE) — SEK 94 million

      Initial public offering of Prevas (SE) — SEK 94 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of Swedish IT-company Prevas. May, 1998.
    • New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 520 million

      New share issue in Intentia (SE) — SEK 520 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the SEK 520 million new share issue in the IT-company Intentia. May, 1998.
    • Secondary offering in Intentia (SE) — SEK 550 million

      Secondary offering in Intentia (SE) — SEK 550 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in Intentia at a value of SEK 550 million. May, 1998.
    • New share issue in Agresso ASA (NO) — NOK 120 million

      New share issue in Agresso ASA (NO) — NOK 120 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue in Agresso ASA. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and operates within the IT industry. May, 1998.
    • Acquisition of ElTele Øst AS (NO) by France Telecom (FR) — NOK 145 million

      Acquisition of ElTele Øst AS (NO) by France Telecom (FR) — NOK 145 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Oslo Energi Holding and ElTele Øst AS when France Telecom acquired 34 per cent of the company. April, 1998.
    • Rights issue in Norman Data Defense Systems (NO) — NOK 36 million

      Rights issue in Norman Data Defense Systems (NO) — NOK 36 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the rights issue of equity in Norman Data Defense Systems, a data security company, listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and positioned towards the IT sector. March, 1998.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Enator (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Secondary offering of shares in Enator (SE) — SEK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager (with SBC Warburg) in the secondary placing of shares in IT-company Enator. March, 1998.
    • Acquisition of Telecenter (FI) by RSL-Communication (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Telecenter (FI) by RSL-Communication (US) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as advisers to the owners of Telecenter, the leading Finnish independent telecom equipment provider, in the divestment of the company to the US buyer RSL-Communication. February, 1998.
    • Private placement of equity in M2S (SE) — SEK 48 million

      Private placement of equity in M2S (SE) — SEK 48 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of equity in M2S, M2S (Multimedia Software Systems) is a developer of interactive education programs for Microsoft applications. January, 1998.
    • New share issue and initial public offering of Memory Card Technology (DK) — DKK 205 million

      New share issue and initial public offering of Memory Card Technology (DK) — DKK 205 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue and initial public offering on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange of Memory Card Technology. Memory Card Technology is one of Europe's largest producers of memory cards (RAM) for personal computers. December, 1997.
    • Private placement in Powersim (US) — NOK 27 million

      Private placement in Powersim (US) — NOK 27 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement in the technology company Powersim. October–November, 1997.
    • Private placement in Computer Resources International, CRI-gruppen (NO) — NOK 16 million

      Private placement in Computer Resources International, CRI-gruppen (NO) — NOK 16 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement in the retail- and IT consulting company CRI-gruppen. October, 1997.
    • Divestment of TeleLarm (SE) and TeleLarm Multicom (SE) by Telia (SE) — SEK 870 million

      Divestment of TeleLarm (SE) and TeleLarm Multicom (SE) by Telia (SE) — SEK 870 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Swedish telecom operator Telia in the divestment of 100 per cent of TeleLarm, a security and surveillance systems company, and 45 per cent of TeleLarm Multicom, a high-security communications network, to Securitas AB. The divestment was managed as a global controlled auction. October, 1997.
    • Private placement and SBI-listing of Sendit AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Private placement and SBI-listing of Sendit AB (SE) — SEK 30 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Sendit AB in the private placement of equity completed in June, 1997, and in the listing of Sendit AB on the SBI-list. Sendit AB is the leading provider of open carrier-class mobile Internet application server solutions to GSM operators. September, 1997.
    • Initial public offering of Norman (NO) — Market cap. at the time of listing.

      Initial public offering of Norman (NO) — Market cap. at the time of listing.

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of the data security company Norman Data on the Oslo Stock Exchange. August, 1997.
    • New share issue in Agresso ASA (NO) — NOK 66 million

      New share issue in Agresso ASA (NO) — NOK 66 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue in Agresso ASA. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and operates within the IT industry. August, 1997.
    • Private placement of equity in Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE) — SEK 117 million

      Private placement of equity in Micronic Laser Systems AB (SE) — SEK 117 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the private placement of equity in Micronic Laser Systems AB to institutional investors. Micronic Laser Systems AB is a high-tech company active in the development, manufacturing and marketing of extremely accurate laser writers used to produce photomasks. Micronic Laser Systems AB’s systems are used by the world's leading electronics companies in the manufacturing of television and computer displays as well as semiconductor circuits. June, 1997.
    • Private placement of equity in Limt (SE) — SEK 90 million

      Private placement of equity in Limt (SE) — SEK 90 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager to Limt in the private placement of equity in Limt in connection with the acquisition of a majority interest in Channelmatic, Inc. a competitor based in California. Limt is a Swedish company manufacturing equipment for automated digital television broadcasting. May, 1997.
    • New share issue and initial public offering of PK Cables (FI) — FIM 121 million

      New share issue and initial public offering of PK Cables (FI) — FIM 121 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue and initial public offering of shares in PK Cables on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. The company is engaged in the manufacturing of wiring harnesses and line cords as well as in the assembling of base stations for mobile telephone networks. April, 1997.
    • New share issue and initial public offering of Sigma (SE) — SEK 100 million

      New share issue and initial public offering of Sigma (SE) — SEK 100 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the combined new share issue and sale of existing shares of SEK 100 million, and the initial public offering on Stockholmsbörsen, of IT-company Sigma. February, 1997.
    • Acquisition of Channelmatic (US) by Limt (SE) — SEK 90 million

      Acquisition of Channelmatic (US) by Limt (SE) — SEK 90 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Limt in the acquisition of a majority interest in Channelmatic, Inc., a competitor based in California. In connection with the acquisition a private placement of SEK 90 million was made in Limt, a Swedish company manufacturing equipment for automated digital television broadcasting. March, 1997.
    • Divestment of Tryckindustri i Norden AB (SE) by Proventus (SE) and AB Bonnierföretagen (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Tryckindustri i Norden AB (SE) by Proventus (SE) and AB Bonnierföretagen (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Tryckindustri i Norden AB (SE) by Proventus (SE) and AB Bonnierföretagen (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Proventus and AB Bonnierföretagen in the divestment of printing company Tryckindustri Norden AB, to Union Bank of Switzerland and MB Corporate Finance (Postipankki). January, 1997.

    • New share issue in Enator (SE) — SEK 500 million

      New share issue in Enator (SE) — SEK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue of SEK 500 million. The Enator group is one of the largest IT companies in the Nordic countries. December, 1996.
    • New share issue and initial public offering of Intentia (SE) — SEK 385 million

      New share issue and initial public offering of Intentia (SE) — SEK 385 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the combined new share issue and sale of existing shares of SEK 385 million, and the initial public offering on Stockholmsbörsen of IT-company Intentia. November, 1996.
    • New share issue and initial public offering of Pricer (SE) SEK — 146 million

      New share issue and initial public offering of Pricer (SE) SEK — 146 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the new share issue of SEK 146 million and in the initial public offering on Stockholmsbörsen of electronic pricing company Pricer. October, 1996.
    • Private placement of equity in Telia Overseas (SE) — SEK 2.3 billion

      Private placement of equity in Telia Overseas (SE) — SEK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Swedish telecom operator Telia in the creation of Telia Overseas, and in the private placement of SEK 2.3 billion in Telia Overseas. June, 1996.
    • Initial public offering of Enator (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Initial public offering of Enator (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of Enator on Stockholmsbörsen in connection with the spin-off to the shareholders of Celsius. Enator is a provider of high-value-added IT services. May, 1996.
    • Initial public offering of Europolitan (SE) Stockholmsbörsen — SEK 140 million

      Initial public offering of Europolitan (SE) Stockholmsbörsen — SEK 140 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager to Europolitan in the initial public offering of Europolitan on Stockholmsbörsen. May, 1994.
    • New share issue in TeleDanmark (DK) — DKK 19.4 billion

      New share issue in TeleDanmark (DK) — DKK 19.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as Nordic co-manager in the new share issue of DKK 19.4 billion by which the Danish Government sold 49 per cent of the shares in TeleDanmark, the Danish telecommunications operator. March, 1994.
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