Swedish institutional investors acquire shares in Nepa
Four share owners in Nepa, Ulrich Boyer, Fredrik Östgren, P-O Westerlund and Niclas Öhman, have as of 6 April 2017 sold a combined number of 1,049,648 shares in Nepa, corresponding to 14.7 per cent of the total number of shares in the company. The shares were acquired by a range of Swedish institutional investors including Swedbank Robur, SHB Fonder, Didner & Gerge Fonder as well as a major Swedish pension fund. The transaction was performed by Erik Penser Bank.
The four sellers are founders of Nepa and currently active in the company’s board or management. After the transaction the sellers’ combined holdings in Nepa amount to 2,782,452 shares, corresponding to 38.9 per cent of the total number of shares in the company.
"Ever since we founded Nepa back in 2006 we have built a leading business focused on helping companies to become more customer oriented by accentuate the consumers’ voices and behavioural patterns into the daily decision making processes of the company. Even though Nepa has grown substantially the last years we are convinced that the company still is in the outset of its journey. We see good possibilities to continue expanding the business and we will all remain deeply committed to Nepa and long term owners in the company”, says Ulrich Boyer, chairman of the board."
Nepa is one of the fastest growing companies in Swedish history, enabling organisations to improve their business performance by becoming customer centric at their fingertips. By merging behavioural data with customer feedback data in our ActionHub® platform, our clients can turn the voice and the footprints of the consumer into financial KPI's and provide it to the right stakeholder in real-time.
Nepa serves some of the world's most reputable brands in 50+ countries with local presence in China (rep), Denmark, Finland, India, Norway, Singapore (rep), Sweden, the UK and the US.