Nordnet applies for delisting and will convene an extraordinary general meeting

NNB Intressenter AB’s (“NNB Intressenter”) public offer for Nordnet AB (publ) (“Nordnet”) was declared unconditional today, 25 January 2017. NNB Intressenter, the Öhman Group and Nordic Capital Fund VIII together own and control more than 90 per cent of the shares in Nordnet and intends to request compulsory acquisition in respect of the remaining shares in Nordnet. The acceptance period for NNB Intressenter’s offer has been extended up to and including 8 February 2017 15:00 CET, to allow remaining shareholders in Nordnet to accept the offer. 

As requested by NNB Intressenter, the Board of Directors of Nordnet will convene an extraordinary general meeting to be held on 21 February 2017, for the purpose of electing a new Board of Directors. A convening notice will be published separately. 

The Board of Directors of Nordnet has, at the request of NNB Intressenter, resolved to apply for delisting of Nordnet’s shares from Nasdaq Stockholm. The last day of trading in Nordnet’s shares on Nasdaq Stockholm will be announced as soon as Nordnet has received confirmation of such date from Nasdaq Stockholm. 

For further information, please contact:

Kjell Hedman, Board member Nordnet AB (publ)

Tel: +35 19 31 37 60 06

Nordnet is a bank for investments and savings with business in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway. The idea behind Nordnet is to give customers control of their money, and the goal is to become the no. 1 choice for investments and savings in the Nordics. Nordnet AB (publ) is listed in Nasdaq Stockholm. Visit us at www.nordnetbankab.wpengine.com, www.nordnet.se, www.nordnet.no, www.nordnet.dk or www.nordnet.fi.