ATP, SEB see more companies start hunt for capital

As speaker giant B&O turns to the market to raise EUR 54 million (DKK 400 million), one of its investors, ATP, says more will follow.

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More Danish companies may need to raise further capital soon, says ATP head of equity Claus Winblad to Danish business daily Børsen. This comes after electronics business B&O announced plans to raise EUR 54 million (DKK 400 million) on Tuesday. ATP supports the company's decision.

ATP's predictions are backed up by Nordea and SEB. Equities at SEB, Daniel Patterson, says that many businesses have already arranged loans with the bank.

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