Carnegie sole bookrunner in Smart Eye’s SEK 200 million directed share issue

Smart Eye AB (publ) (“Smart Eye” or the “Company”) today announced that the Company has completed a directed new share issue of 1,972,041 shares, representing 15 per cent of the total number of shares in Smart Eye. The subscription price was SEK 101.50 per share (representing a discount of approximately 1.6 per cent compared to yesterday’s closing price), thus raising gross proceeds of approximately SEK 200 million.

Första AP-fonden becomes a new large shareholder in Smart Eye after being allocated 1,000,000 shares, corresponding to just above half of the Issue, and consequently becomes the third largest shareholder with 6.6 per cent of the shares and the votes after the Issue. Five large Nordic institutions, including Första AP-fonden, were in total allocated approximately 75 per cent of the Issue.

About Smart Eye
Smart Eye develops and markets eyetracking systems that can measure and calculate a person’s gaze. Today the company has two business areas: Research Instruments and Automotive Solutions. Within Research Instruments, Smart Eye provides advanced eyetracking systems to measure and analyse human behaviour. Within Automotive Solutions, Smart Eye provides eyetracking software for integration in vehicles.

Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in Smart Eye’s SEK 200 million directed share issue.