Carnegie has presented a strong action program to the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), the Swedish Central Bank and the National Debt Office. The program contains a number of measures to ensure stability and guarantee the company’s financing. On Monday, the Board of the FSA will decide on the matter of possible sanctions towards Carnegie.
The action program, which among other things, is conditional of Carnegie keeping its licenses, consists of a new issue in two parts of about 1.2 billion SEK: A directed issue of about 400 MSEK to a new major shareholder in one part and a rights issue of about 775 MSEK in another part.
Carnegie is planning to present more information in a press release before trading starts on Tuesday 11 November, as well as hosting a press conference at 10 am the same day.