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October 6, 2010

Pandora, a Danish jewellery maker, has carried out an initial public offering in Copenhagen worth more than €1.3 billion, making it one of the biggest listings in Europe this year.

Pandora, a Danish jewellery maker, has carried out an initial public offering in Copenhagen worth more than €1.3 billion, making it one of the biggest listings in Europe this year.

The jeweller, which is best known for its charm bracelets, was 40% owned by the Enevoldsen family before the IPO. Per and Winnie Enevoldsen founded the company in 1982.

The IPO will dilute their holdings, but family members, who includes son Christian, will continue to play a role in the running of the company.

July 1, 2004

Foreign direct investors have a welter of industrialised countries to choose from but many markets stand in stark economic contrast with each other. Scandinavian countries are no exception

Scott McCulloch is editor of Families in
Business magazine.

Foreign direct investors have a welter of industrialised countries to choose from but many markets stand in stark economic contrast with each other. Scandinavian countries are no exception

Investing in Scandinavia virtually means investing in Sweden. The Swedish government, the press and local businesses treat foreign investors as they do Swedish investors. The media is quick to point out foreign ownership, however, when layoffs or plant shutdowns are announced.

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