• The Financial Supervisory Authority withdraws all licences for Carnegie Investment Bank AB – Max Matthiessen and foreign operations are not affected by this decision
• The Swedish Government takes, via the National Debt Office, over the ownership of Carnegie Investment Bank AB and Max Matthiessen Holding AB
• After the ownership transition the bank’s licences and the operations can continue as usual
• Clients’ assets and securities are safe
The Board of the FSA has today decided to withdraw the licences to operate as a bank and security commission. Thereafter, the Government has via the National Debt Office taken over the ownership of Carnegie Investment Bank AB and Max Matthiessen Holding AB.
Clients’ assets are safe and the operations can continue as usual.
An extraordinary general meeting will as soon as possible be held in Carnegie Investment Bank AB to elect a new Board. The management team remains. Shareholders in D. Carnegie & Co will be given notice to an extraordinary general meeting.
The National Debt Office’s intention is to sell the businesses involved.
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Carnegie is a leading independent investment bank with Nordic focus. Carnegie provides value-added services in securities brokering, investment banking, asset management, and private banking, as well as pension advisory services to institutions, corporations and private clients. Carnegie has approximately 1,100 employees in eight countries and is listed on the Nordic Exchange.