Investor's largest shareholders

The Wallenberg Foundations are the largest owner of Investor. The three largest Wallenberg foundations: Knut and Alice Wallenbergs Foundation, Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation and the Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Foundation, own a combined 23.4 percent of the capital and 50.1 percent of the votes in Investor. The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation is the single largest owner, with 20.0 percent of the capital and 43.0 percent of the votes.

On December 31, 2015, our share capital totaled SEK 4,795 m., represented by 767,175,030 shares. We had a total of 155,629 shareholders at the end of the quarter (152,332). In terms of numbers, the lagest category of shareholders is private investors, and in terms of the percentage of share capital held, institutional owners dominate.

On June 30, 2016, foreign ownership amounted to 33 percent (34).

Investor's ten largest shareholders as of 6/30 2016*:

Owner

% of capital

% of votes

Knut och Alice Wallenberg Foundation

20.0

43.0

Alecta

5.5

2.9

AMF

3.8

8.0

SEB Foundation

2.3

4.9

Marianne och Marcus Wallenberg Foundation

1.9

4.2

Swedbank Robur funds

1.7

0.8

Stiftelsen Marcus och Amalia

1.4

3.1

SEB funds

1.3

0.5

Nordea funds

0.9

0.3

AFA Försäkring

0.9

0.4

 * Most of the shares owned by foreign investors are registered through trustees, which means that owner identity is not obtainable from Euroclear Sweden AB. Accordingly, the major foreign owners are not shown in the table above.

investor pattern

2016 marks the 100th anniversary of Investor AB. Founded by the Wallenberg family, Investor is an active and long-term owner of high-quality companies, continuously working to make them best-in-class. Visit our anniversary site to learn more about our legacy.

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