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EQT- H2 Net Income EUR 64 Million
EQT: Supreme Administrative Court Decision On VAT For EQT Partners AB
EQT Q4 Total Investments By EQT Funds At EUR 1.9 Bln
EQT AB is a Sweden-based differentiated global investment company. It manages and advises a range of specialized investment funds and other investment vehicles that invest across the world. The Company has three business segments: Private Capital, Real Assets and Credit. The Private Capital business segment invests in medium-sized to large companies in Europe and the United States, China and Southeast Asia, technology-driven companies across all industries and public companies. The Real Assets business segment invests in infrastructure and real estate businesses. The Credit segments offers an investment platform.
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Christian Otto Sinding
CEO, Managing Partner, Member of the Executive Management
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Management
Partner and Head of Client Relations and Capital Raising, Member of the Executive Management
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Management
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Swedish private equity firm EQT AB <EQTAB.ST> will conduct a strategic review of its credit business, it said on Thursday in a quarterly report that also showed a drop in total investments.
Swedish private equity firm EQT AB will conduct a strategic review of its credit investments business after a drop in total assets under management, it said on Thursday. EQT said it had appointed JP Morgan as financial adviser for the review of the credit business, which...
Metlifecare Ltd <MET.NZ> on Monday backed a sweetened NZ$1.49 billion (£759.66 million) buyout offer from Swedish private equity firm EQT AB <EQTAB.ST> after a property market slump and climbing construction costs eroded its bottom line.
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