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CEO’s review:

”Despite rough conditions, we have consistently executed our strategy, which builds on entrepreneurial investment partnerships. We have continued to improve the teams’ ability to work independently and are completing the business model enhancement process in 2013.”
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CapMan Group


    Main events in 2012


    CapMan in brief

    We completed several acquisitions and add-on investments and 
    exited six portfolio companies and real estate in 2012. Our fundraising
    progressed and we developed responsible investment processes.
      CapMan Group is a leading private equity fund manager in the
    Nordic countries and Russia. We have more than 20 years of experience
    in supporting business growth in the region. Altogether, CapMan
    employs 109 people in Helsinki, Stockholm, Oslo, Moscow, and
    Luxembourg. CapMan was established in 1989 and has been listed
    on the Helsinki Stock Exchange since 2001.
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Investment and exit highlights

  • A new Buyout investment in Acona Buyout

    A new Buyout investment in Acona

    CapMan aquired Acona Holding AS, one of Norway’s leading providers of well and drilling services. In addition, the Buyout team made several add-on investments to its portfolio companies.
  • Three new investments in Russia Russia

    Three new investments in Russia

    New portfolio companies are sports retail chain store Top League, private diagnostic laboratory chain KDL Test and Vital Development, a producer of equipment and reagents for laboratory analysis.
  • CapMan Real Estate acquires an office building in Sweden Real Estate

    CapMan Real Estate acquires an office building in Sweden

    A joint venture between CapMan and CCP III, a fund advised by Tristan Capital Partners, acquired Pfizer AB’s Swedish headquarters in December. The building was leased back to Pfizer.
  • Exit from Tokmanni Group Buyout

    Exit from Tokmanni Group

    CapMan sold its stake in Tokmanni Group, the largest discount retailer in Finland, in July. Under CapMan’s management, Tokmanni's turnover grew from €150 million to €650 million.
  • Read more about investments and exits from CapMan's internet pages.