Ex-fund selector's new venture takes shape

Earlier this year, Andreas Lindström annonuced that he was leaving Swedish private bank Erik Penser Bank to launch a new firm.

Stadsholmen Equity is based in the Swedish capital city of Stockholm. | Photo: Miriam Dalsgaard/Ritzau Scanpix/Ritzau Scanpix

Former fund selector at Swedish wealth manager Erik Penser Bank Andreas Lindström has launched a new company called Stadsholmen Equity, which seeks to connect high-net-worth individuals, venture capital funds and other investment companies with unlisted tech and real estate companies.

According to Citywire Selector, the firm will focus on companies with a scalable business model and what Lindström describes as ”visionary” management. He believes that the Swedish market is currently lacking investment opportunities for investing in unlisted companies for investors who aren’t Tier 1 or Tier 2 institutional investors.

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