Since November 30, 2015, Attendo is a listed company, which means that the ownership changes whenever the company's shares are traded on the stock exchange. Among the owners is a solid base of institutional investors that intend to be long-term owners of the company.
In the initial public offering, five cornerstone investors stepped in with the intention to have a long-term commitment to Attendo.
Leading this group is Nordstjernan, a family-owned investment company that since 1890 has been a long-term developer of companies in important industries, such as shipping, steel mills, engineering companies, energy companies and construction companies.
Other cornerstone investors are Swedish mutual fund managers Swedbank Robur Fonder, Didner & Gerge Fonder and Carve Capital together with Finnish pension fund ELO.
The largest group of individual owners consists of Attendo's management, board and employees. Former principal owners have had a strategy to let Attendo's management and employees buy shares, thereby ensuring a long-term commitment to the company.
Alongside these, some 200 renowned institutional investors, including Swedish pension funds AP2 and AP3, Norway’s petroleum fund and Finnish Ilmarinen, Aktia and Pohjola, together with 30,000 private investors were allotted shares in Attendo at the time of the listing. Among them were over 1000 employees in Attendo.
The listing achieved a broad geographical spread of ownership, with owners from over ten different countries around the world. The majority of shares are held by Nordic investors.
Below is the approximate ownership shares by 30 June 2016.