Zwipe announced rights issue and published prospectus

On 4 December 2019 Zwipe AS announced its approved and published prospectus regarding rights issue. 

Reference is made to the announcement made by Zwipe AS (the Company) on 10 November 2019 of the preferential rights issue of up to NOK 74.5 million by issuing up to 10,635,525 new shares in the Company, and the announcement of the approval by the extraordinary general meeting in the Company of the preferential rights issue on 2 December 2019.

The prospectus containing complete information regarding the rights issue and information about the Company was approved by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway (NFSA) as competent authority under the EU Prospectus Regulation on 4 December 2019. It is published on Zwipe AS' website and on the manager Erik Penser Bank AB (publ)'s website

The prospectus has been border-crossed to Sweden through notification from the NFSA to Finansinspektionen in Sweden meaning that the subscription period under the rights issue started as planned in Norway and Sweden on Thursday 5 December 2019 at 09:00 CET.

Further recent announcements regarding the rights issue, appointment of new CFO and insider transactions are available on Zwipe’s web site


For more information please contact:

André Løvestam, CEO, +47 930 44 040

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Zwipe is a technology solution provider that enables battery-less, ultra-low-power, self-contained biometric authentication solutions. Together with an ecosystem of partners including global brands within security, financial services and ID applications, Zwipe is “Making Convenience Secure™” for banks, merchants and consumers. Using advanced fingerprint recognition while protecting personal information, Zwipe’s solutions address the data theft pitfalls inherent in traditional authentication methods. Headquartered in Oslo, Norway, Zwipe has spent the last 10 years developing its unique power harvesting technology platform in combination with security solutions based on international infrastructure standards. To learn more, visit