Servisen has a broad investment scope and doesn’t exclude any specific area of business. They seek to diversify their investments by focusing their efforts on a blend of mature companies, growth companies, wholly owned businesses and financial investments.
The fund was established in the early 1990 ‘s and it quickly became one of Sweden’s primary options trading and options trading systems companies. In 1992 it was acquired by Anders Lönnqvist, who is the current owner of Servisen. They have since their founding invested in over 100 small-to-medium sized companies.
They approach each company differently depending on their business groups. Their investment strategy involves establishing value creation plans for each company, focusing on operational efficiency, growth, capital and industrial structure and organizational changes likely to generate the greatest value. They are always actively engaged in the management of their portfolio companies.
You apply for funding, by sending a brief description of your project to Frank Bonn, Investment Manager of Servisen. Your pitch can be sent in the form of a PowerPoint presentation, a word document or as a short teaser. If your proposal is found interesting, you will be contacted for further negotiation.
They believe good management to be the prime resource when building a successful company. The interests of management and the directors of the board should be aligned. They believe linking the owner compensation to value creation to be the best way to accomplish this.
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