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10 things you need to know about the Nordic investment market in June 2019.

This is a dealflow summary for the Nordic private companies we tracked for the month of June. During June we added a total of 196 deals in our databases.

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1. Total investment transactions

88 deals | $629.17M value | 15 with undisclosed data

> See all the investment deals for June

2. Top 5 largest investment transactions

  • Sweden Lendify (Financial Services, Marketplace) - $160M
  • Finland Wolt (Food Industry, Marketplace) - $130M
  • Sweden Exeger (Energy, Manufacturing) - $29.43M
  • Finland Mash (Financial Services, Payment processing) - $28.23M
  • Norway NorSun (Energy, Manufacturing) - $26.7M

> See the entire list

3. Investment distribution per country

  • Sweden Sweden - 49 deals
  • Norway Norway - 14 deals
  • Finland Finland - 13 deals
  • Denmark Denmark - 12 deals
  • Iceland Iceland - 2 deals

> See the entire macro summary

4. Top 5 Nordic cities by the number of investment transactions

  • Sweden Stockholm : 33 deals - Manufacturing (8), Financial Services (8), Software Services (5)
  • Denmark Copenhagen : 12 deals - Media (2), Biotech (2), Security (2)
  • Norway Oslo : 8 deals - Mobile (2), Marketplace (2), Financial Services (2)
  • Finland Helsinki : 5 deals - Mobile (2), Financial Services (2)
  • Finland Espoo : 5 deals - Software Services (2)

> See the entire list

5. Top 5 active verticals by the number of transactions

  • Software Services : 23 deals - $69.79M value
  • Manufacturing : 20 deals - $105.62M value
  • Financial Services : 13 deals - $219.17M value
  • Mobile : 11 deals - $19.18M value
  • Health services : 11 deals - $43.57M value

> See the entire list and the industry breakdown

6. Secondary and M&A transactions

  • Secondary - 23 deals
  • M&A - 45 deals

> See all transactions

7. Active investors (min 2 transactions)

  • Sweden Almi Invest - 6 deals
  • Finland Invesdor - 3 deals
  • Sweden AMF - 2 deals
  • Finland Business Finland - 2 deals
  • Sweden Schibsted Growth - 2 deals
  • Sweden Johan Blomquist - 2 deals
  • Sweden D-Ax Corporate Venture Capital - 2 deals

Number of active investors during the month: 125

> See all the active investors for the month June

8. Angel investors (min 2 transactions)

  • Sweden Johan Blomquist - 2 deals

Number of active investors during the month: 46

> See all the active angel investors for the month June

9. VC investors (min 2 transactions)

  • Sweden Schibsted Growth - 2 deals
  • Sweden D-Ax Corporate Venture Capital - 2 deals

Number of active investors during the month: 31

> See all the active VC investors for the month June

10. Non-Nordic investors

  • Insight Investment - 1 deal
  • Iconiq Capital - 1 deal
  • Highland Europe - 1 deal
  • ABN AMRO - 1 deal
  • Round Hill Ventures - 1 deal

Number of active investors during the month: 28

> See all the non-Nordic investors for the month June

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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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