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THE C WORLDWIDE STORY

C WorldWide Asset Management started out under the name Carnegie Asset Management in 1986 as part of the Carnegie Group.

In February 2009 the private equity company Altor and the investment company Bure acquired Carnegie Asset Management as part of the Carnegie Group.

At the end of 2009 Carnegie Asset Management was separated from the Carnegie Group. Carnegie Asset Management was then fully owned by Altor Fund III (65%) and Bure Equities AB (35%).

At the end of 2010 employees bought approximately 20% of the shares in Carnegie Asset Management. In the spring of 2012 Bure Equity AB sold their shares to Altor Fund III, which now owns approximately 80% of the shares in Carnegie Asset Management.

In 2016 Carnegie Asset Management decides to crystalize its global identity and independence by changing its name to C WorldWide Asset Management.

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