Ratos owns 31.3% of Inwido
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After the end of the stabilisation period, Ratos's ownership share in Inwido amounts to 31.3%.
Carnegie Investment Bank and Handelsbanken Capital Markets have exercised the possibility to, in connection with the initial public offering ("IPO") of Inwido AB (publ) ("Inwido"), carry out stabilisation transactions. The stabilisation period has now ended and the 5,651,796 shares in Inwido that Carnegie Investment Bank and Handelsbanken Capital Markets borrowed from Ratos with the purpose to cover the over-allotment in the IPO have been returned. Consequently, Ratos owns 18,124,796 shares, corresponding to approximately 31.3%, of the total number of shares in Inwido(1). As a result of the shares being returned, Ratos will make a notification of major shareholding.
For further information, please contact: Susanna Campbell, CEO Ratos, +46 8 700 17 00 Emma Rheborg, Head of Corporate Communications, Ratos, +46 8 700 17 20
Financial calendar from Ratos:
Interim report January-September 2014 7 November 2014
Year-end report 2014 19 February 2015
Annual General Meeting 2015 16 April 2015
Interim report January-March 2015 7 May 2015
Interim report January-June 2015 14 August 2015
Interim report January-September 2015 6 November 2015
Ratos is a private equity conglomerate. The company's mission is to maximise shareholder value over time through the professional, active and responsible exercise of its ownership role in primarily medium to large unlisted Nordic companies. Ratos's holdings include AH Industries, Aibel, Arcus-Gruppen, Biolin Scientific, Bisnode, DIAB, Euromaint, GS-Hydro, Hafa Bathroom Group, HENT, HL Display, Inwido, Jøtul, KVD, Mobile Climate Control, Nebula and Nordic Cinema Group. Ratos is listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm and market capitalisation amounts to approximately SEK 17billion.
(1) According to an exemption granted by the Swedish Securities Council (AMN: 2014:43), this transaction will not trigger mandatory bid requirements.