The Nordic Exchange welcomes Borevind to First North

Trading in Borevind AB will commence today on First North in Sweden. Including Borevind, First North now comprises 116 companies.

Borevind is a Swedish investment company investing in the renewable energy. Borevind invests in unlisted companies developing products or services dealing with renewable energy. Borevind’s strategy is based on acquiring minority interests in low risk companies. Borevind has chosen to invest in companies active within sources of energy such as wind, solar, bio, fuel cells, waste heat, geothermal energy, wave power and others.

“We warmly welcome Borevind as the thirty-ninth company to join First North this year. We see strong interest from investors for the cleantech industry and Borevind is, by being an investment company in this field, an opportunity for those investors”, says Jenny Rosberg, President of Company Services at OMX.

Thenberg & Kinde Fondkommission AB is Certified Adviser for Borevind. A round lot of shares in Borevind, whose short name is BORE, amounts to 200 and the company is included in the Financial sector.

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