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You might think it is dangerous, unknown, too risky. Well, life is short, why not make the most of it? That is our philosophy. And perhaps that is why Arctic, in just 10 years, has become one of the leading independent investment banks in the Nordic market.

Arctic Securities was established in Norway in 2007 by Mads H. Syversen (formerly SEB Enskilda / Orkla Finans) together with a group of colleagues.
10 years later, Arctic has become a full-service Nordic investment bank with a strong capital markets presence and an extensive client base.

Arctic reached a milestone in 2017, with revenue exceeding NOK 1 billion. The absolute commitment to integrity, quality, competence and long-term client relationships is the foundation of the company’s success, and the reason Arctic has become a preferred and trusted discussion partner for its clients.

Arctic’s corporate culture is founded on a strong entrepreneurial and opportunistic spirit, with a commitment to continuous development and improvement. By investing in its people and human capital for the long term, Arctic has built a platform for strong future growth and continued high-quality services for its clients.

With an organization of over 200 dedicated professionals and close cooperation between the offices and product offerings, Arctic is ready for expansion in every market. As a key component of its growth strategy, Arctic is seeking new, talented employees who align with the company’s core values and wish to be a part of its continued success.

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News and latest activity

News and latest activity

Wed 20 Jun 2018

News - Arctic Securities VD, Anna Hallsten ger sin syn på den svenska företagsobligationsmarknaden i Dagens Industri

Låga räntor, en stark konjunktur samt inte minst många fastighetsbolag har fått den svenska marknaden för företagsobligationer att växa sig allt större. Di har samlat en panel med nästan trettio års erfarenhet av kreditmarknaden som efter rekordåret 2017 ser tecken på mer utmanande tider.

Tue 19 Jun 2018

News - Norwegian Crystals AS - Private Placement - NOK 80 million

Arctic acted as Joint Lead Manager in relation to the Private Placement of NOK 80 million in Norwegian Crystals AS. The net proceeds from the Private Placement will be used to install pullers at the Company's production facility in Glomfjord in order to ramp up production. Norwegian Crystals is a leading western player in the fastest growing technology segment of the solar industry with a demonstrated ability to expand, develop and implement key process technology. The next step is to achieve world-class size and cost position by fully exploiting production site advantages & continue improvements at scale. This private placement is the first step in becoming the largest mono crystalline wafer producers outside China.

Tue 29 May 2018

News - Kina kommet for å bli

Quemi Home Furnishing Group og Hutai, begge kinesiske, vil i fellesskap legge inn bud på Ekornes. Budet gir noen refleksjoner fra Arctics Norden-forvalter, Ole Dahl.

Fri 15 Jun 2018

Offerings - Follicum AB (publ) - Rights issue 2018

Follicum AB (publ) – Rights issue of SEK 15.5m Arctic Securities is acting as financial advisor in relation to the rights issue in Follicum AB (publ). Follicum AB (publ) is referred to as “Follicum” or “the Company”. Shareholders have pre-emptive rights to subscribe for units. Four (4) existing shares held on the record date of June 13 2018, entitles to one (1) unit consisting of one (1) new share and one (1) warrant. Subscription price of SEK 2.20 per unit and share. The subscription period runs 19 June - 3 July 2018. One (1) warrant entitles to subscribe for one (1) new share in Follicum at a subscription price of SEK 2.20 during the period from 21 January - 15 February 2019. The rights issue is secured up to 100 percent through subscription- and guarantee undertakings. A Swedish prospectus and subscription note will be available before the subscription period on Follicum’s website, www.follicum.com and Arctic Securities website.

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