Nordnet was listed on the stock exchange two years ago, on 25 November 2020. At the time of the listing, Nordnet’s CEO Lars-Åke Norling entered into an agreement with the company not to sell any shares for a period of 24 months, a so-called lock-up agreement.
The lock-up agreement has now expired and Lars-Åke Norling has today sold 980,000 shares for a price of SEK 153.50 per share. The transaction refers to approximately one third of Norling’s holding in Nordnet.
– In connection with the lock-up agreement having expired, I have chosen to sell part of my shares in Nordnet, for personal financial reasons. I still have the majority of my holding left, and I have a very strong belief in Nordnet. We have a lot of potential to realize on the Nordic savings market, and I am looking forward to being part of that journey, says Lars-Åke Norling, CEO of Nordnet.
The transaction will be reported to the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, according to applicable regulations.
This disclosure contains information that Nordnet is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation (EU nr 596/2014). The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person, on 28-11-2022 10:25 CET.