Seamless Distribution AB (SEAM), a Swedish developer of software for mobile payment solutions, rose the most in six weeks after Peter Fredell, the company’s Chief Executive Officer purchased additional shares.
Fredell bought 1.14 million shares by exercising options, raising his stake in the Stockholm-based company to about 16 percent, Seamless said in a statement today. Retailers have received SEQR, the company’s mobile payment solution with “enthusiasm,” Fredell said. “I see significant potential in the company,” he added.
The stock was up 11 percent, or 1.4 kronor, to 14.1 kronor as of 9:05 a.m. in the Swedish capital, valuing the company at 333 million kronor ($48 million.) The shares have tripled in value since November, when the company introduced the SEQR mobile transaction solution.
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