Carnegie continues to win customer approval
- Top placed again for Nordic corporate actions!
Carnegie continues to improve its customer approval in the Nordic market. The investment bank had once again topped the ranking of corporate transaction advisors. This was according to the Kantar Sifo Prospera customer survey, published on Thursday.
For the third consecutive year, Carnegie is the most valued advisor in the Nordic market for corporate transactions, both overall and for equity capital markets (ECM) transactions. At the same time, Carnegie maintains a leading position in mergers and acquisitions (M&As), according to the latest customer survey from Kantar Sifo Prospera.
“There have been relatively good market conditions for corporate actions this year, and Carnegie has been well positioned in both M&As and ECM transactions. We have continued to invest in our advisory capacity in all Nordic markets, and it is gratifying that this is reflected in our client approval,” says Ulf Vucetic, Head of Investment Banking.
In addition to the Nordic top ranking, Carnegie has also defended its first place in the Swedish market.
“Carnegie conducts a large number of transactions every year in the Swedish corporate market, building a unique knowledge bank and presence that I believe our clients sense, and that gives them confidence,” says Lars-Erik Sjöberg, Head of Investment Banking Sweden.
The Kantar Sifo Prospera customer survey covers assessment criteria including market position, capacity, understanding of companies and markets, as well as execution and expertise. The survey is conducted among Nordic companies that have engaged advisory services for ECM transactions, mergers, acquisitions or divestments.
For further information, please contact:
Ulf Vucetic, Global Head of Investment Banking
Telephone: +46 708 16 87 42
Lars-Erik Sjöberg, Head of Investment Banking Sweden
Telephone: +46 708 76 85 63
Rickard Buch, Head of Communications
Telephone: +46 734 17 91 01
Carnegie creates added value for institutions, companies and private clients in the areas of securities trading, investment banking and private banking.
Carnegie has approximately 600 employees among its offices in seven countries.