Spin-offs in focus of new Carnegie Fonder fund

Jonathan Boyd
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Sweden's Carnegie Fonder is launching a strategy focused on spin-offs from core Sweden equity holdings, with both more recent and more historic examples cited. Carnegie Spin-Off officially starts 21 October, and will be managed by Simon Blecher, Carnegie Fonder's long serving Sweden equity portfolio manager. He cites recent examples such as SCA spinning off Essity, Atlas Copco spinning off Epirog, and Getinge spinning off Arjo. More historic examples include Husqvarna and Autoliv, both spun-off from Electrolux; with Autoliv in turn recently spinning off Veoneer. Lock specialist Assa w...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.