Nordic fund sees good Danish investment opportunities

Stockholm-based Accent Equity is on the hunt for new companies for its latest fund. Its latest fund has enough capital for five or six new Nordic investments, Director David Zytomierski says.

David Zytomierski, Director at Accent Equity | Photo: Accent Equity / PR/Fotograf Jonas Malmström

Accent Equity had not had a Danish company in its portfolio since it sold gift-wrapping company Eurowrap in 2019 - that is, until this summer.

At that time, the fund, which is based in Stockholm and focuses on the Nordics, bought the majority stake in two Danish companies: Triarca, which produces cladding for electricity and fiber internet, and clothing chain East.

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