Company Overview of Sjätte AP-fonden
Sjätte AP-fonden is a private equity firm specializing in fund of funds and direct investments. Within direct investments, the firm focuses on growth capital, mature, and buyout investments. It invests in small and medium-sized companies in all sectors with a focus on goods and services, life sciences, property, finance, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, Information technology, telecommunication, media, healthcare, and medical technology. Within indirect investments, the firm invests in Nordic private equity funds that invest in companies in the early and mature stages of development. It invests in companies based in Sweden and the Nordic region. The firm also seeks to co-invest in companies t...
Östra Hamngatan 18
Gothenburg, 411 09
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for Sjätte AP-fonden
Head of AP Life Science, Member of the Board, and Member of the Remuneration and the Audit Committee
Head of AP Direct Investments
Head of AP Network Investments
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Sjätte AP-fonden Key Developments
Norrporten Seeks IPO
Nov 19 15
Fastighetsaktiebolaget Norrporten AB is seeking an IPO. AP Fonden 2 and Sjätte AP-fonden are planning to list Norrporten on the Stockholm Stock exchange next year, two sources familiar with the matter said. Norrporten could have a market valuation of around 15 to 17 billion crowns based on equity of 11.2 billion crowns in its third quarter report. The owners, the state-controlled Second and Sixth Swedish National Pension Funds, were working with Rothschild as advisor, the sources said. The sources declined to be identified as the plans are not public. Norrporten and Rothschild declined to comment as did the owners.
Nets Reportedly To Be Sold Soon
Feb 10 14
Sale of Nets Holding A/S is about to be completed for about SEK 15 billion, sources said. The bidding process is being handled by JP Morgan. Potential suitors are Nordic Capital, Sjätte AP-fonden, TryghedsGruppen smba and Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Company, Atos S.A. (ENXTPA:ATO), Silver Lake, and WorldPay Limited. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) and EQT Partners AB have retracted their bid for Nets, probably due to the political commotion following the Socialist People's Party leaving the Danish government, responding to the partial sale of Dong to Goldman Sachs.
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