(Mallorca): The 100 largest IT investors on the Oslo stock Exchange controls the shares of 9,3 billion.Milliardformue
A review Finansavisen has made of the 30 largest owners in all of the listed IT companies, shows that Ib Kunøe, is Norway's by far largest IT investor.
The company founder and ex-officer has built up a considerable fortune in several IT companies and as a co-owner in rekrutteringsselskapet Mercuri Urval. But it is first and foremost in the Atea and the Columbus that the foundation of the milliardformuen his is added. the
According to Finansavisen controls the dane 27,4 million Atea shares that have a market value of 3.1 billion.Solid fortune despite kursfall
Number two on the list is the investor Arne Græe, who sits on the Nordic Semiconductor shares, which today has a market value of nok 477 million.
Græe has for several years been teknologiselskapets the second-largest owner, only beaten by the national insurance fund, with some million shares. Aksjonærutskrifter shows that the investor has been sitting quietly with their Nordic-shares throughout the year, including this fall that has been miserable for Nordic Semiconductor with two profit warnings and weaker numbers than expected.
For Græe means kursnedgangen of 31 percent since the end of the year that he has suffered a papirtap of 207 million, writes Finansavisen.Røkke as the IT-investor
As a curiosity we can mention that Kjell Inge Røkke popping up on 81. space when he has the Cxense shares of 15,1 million.
Norway's largest IT investors:
1. Ib Kunøe (Atea): 3.1 billion
2. Arne Græe (Nordic Semiconductor): 477 million
3. Hans Peter Jebsen (Hro): 328 million
4. Varner family (Kitron, Data Response and Bouvet): 325 million
5. Arne Mjøs (Itera): 203 million
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