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What are the top angel investors from the Nordic countries in 2019.

A list with top angel investors is handy when talking about most active investors or VC from the Nordic countries. So we extracted from our DBs a list with the names of the angels we tracked as active in 2019 in startups from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland.

The list includes investments made in companies from the Nordic countries only and the information is subject to methodologies*, reflecting the public data available. Also, there is usually a time lag until we catch up with all the deals, so data is on as is basis.

So please find below the list with the most active angel investors from the Nordic countries - we included individuals involved in minimum 5 transactions.

Sweden Cristina Stenbeck 7 deals    
Denmark David Helgason 6 deals    
Sweden Simon Josefsson 6 deals    
Sweden Henrik von Schoultz 5 deals    
Sweden Mattias Weinhandl 5 deals    
Finland Reima Linnanvirta 5 deals    
Denmark Jesper Buch 5 deals    


NUMBER OF ANGEL INVESTORS ACTIVE IN AT LEAST A DEAL IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES: 497
(data as of end of March 2020)

See also:
The top venture capital companies in Sweden in 2019.
What are the top investors from the Nordic countries as of 2019.

*The investment data is presented on as is basis for companies transacted on the Nordic private market and doesn't consider debt instruments, grants and ICOs. Secondary transactions include equity sale to a secondary investment manager.

Data is collected via customised software from primary and secondary sources and cross-verified from multiple places, including governmental data providers such as Bolagsverket, Virk and Brønnøysund. Information is manually curated and translated in English for 5 different countries and languages, tracking more than 10,000 entities from the Nordic area.

Nordic 9 is the most comprehensive Scandinavia-focused data platform, tracking competitive intelligence about companies, investors and transactions from the private market.

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