Historic share split in Sweden as investment firm aims to become more easily accessible to investors

A share split and redemption program will make it easier to purchase Sweden's most expensive listed share – Spiltan.

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The Board of Swedish listed company Investment AB Spiltan is calling for an additional shareholder meeting later this fall to decide on a split of 100:1 of the Spiltan share, according to investors news site quoting a press release from Spiltan.

Most recently, Spiltan shares were traded at EUR 1.005.

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