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Year-end Report 2020

Storskogen's Year-end Report sums up a challenging but at the same time successful year. Daniel Kaplan, CEO, and Lena Glader, CFO, provide reflections and highlights from the year in a video presentation. Viewers are also provided insight into Storskogen's business area Services.

 

To the report and video

Investor information

Storskogen Group AB (publ) is a privately owned group of companies that strives to be the best owner for small and medium-sized companies. Storskogen's companies share a focus on good profitability, stable cash flows and strong market positions.

Storskogen had a total of 1,192 shareholders as of 31 July 2020. The company has two types of shares, A- and B-shares, the A-share entitling the holder to ten votes and the B share one vote. The ten largest owners accounted for 77.1% of the votes and 35.3% of the share capital at the end of July. The group's corporate governance complies with Swedish law and the articles of association adopted by the AGM, rules of procedure and instructions for the board and CEO, as well as internal policies. The company has also begun to voluntarily apply the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance.

Would you like to know more about Storskogen?

For investor or media enquiries, please contact Lena Glader (Krauss), CFO, or Daniel Kaplan, CEO.

Lena Krauss CFO

Lena Glader (Krauss), CFO
T: +46 (0)73 988 44 66 
E: lena@storskogen.com

Daniel Kaplan

Daniel Kaplan, CEO and founder
T: +46 (0)73 920 94 00 
E: daniel@storskogen.com

Sustainability

A long-term perspective

Storskogen's long-term focus goes hand in hand with a sustainable perspective that starts already in the acquisition process. Sustainability is embedded in our daily work and is about everything from efficient resource consumption to safeguarding employees' skills development and security.

More on sustainability at Storskogen

Annual report

Annual Report 2019

2019 was an eventful year at Storskogen with 27 company acquisitions. At the end of the year, the Group consisted of a total of 49 business units and about one hundred companies. Sales increased by 87 percent compared to 2018, of which 5.5 percent underlying growth. During the year, the company's three business areas strengthened their organisations as well as in the finance and mergers and acquisition departments, which contributes to making Storskogen's business model more scalable with resources to support Storskogen's continued journey.

Annual Report (Swedish, pdf)

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