Historical share facts

In addition to growth and direct returns Latour’s shareholders have received added value through different events.

2017

Split 4:1

On 21 June 2017 a split was carried out in which each class A and each class B share was divided into four shares of the corresponding class. The quota value per share was changed from SEK 0.83 per share to SEK 0.21 per share.

2011

Merger between Latour and SäkI

On 6 July 2011 a merger between Latour and SäkI was made, whereby SäkI shareholders received 0.57 Latour B shares for each old SäkI share. In total 28,500,000 new Latour shares were issued.

2007

Split 3:1

On 5 June 2007 a split was carried out in which each class A and each class B share was divided into three shares of the corresponding class. The quota value per share was changed from SEK 2,50 per share to SEK 0,83 per share.

2005

Liquidation promotion measures

On 11 January 2005 an agreement was reached with Hagströmer & Qviberg concerning a liquidity guarantee.

1998

Split 5:1

On 23 November 1998 a split was carried out in which each class A and each class B share was divided into four new shares of the corresponding class. The nominal value per share was changed from SEK 12.50 per share to SEK 2.50 per share.

1997

Distribution of Fagerhult and SäkI

On 24 April 1997 the shares in Fagerhult and SäkI were distributed. One Fagerhult share and one SäkI share was received for every Latour share.

Of the original purchase price for class A shares in Latour 6.36 percent was allocated to shares in Fagerhult, 8.44 percent to shares in SäkI and 85.2 percent to the remaining shares in Latour.

Of the original purchase price for class B shares in Latour 7.65 percent was allocated to shares in Fagerhult, 10.15 percent to shares in SäkI and 82.2 percent to the remaining shares in Latour.

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1996

Voluntary redemption

On 5 April 1996 shareholders in Latour were given the opportunity to voluntarily redeem at the most every fourth Latour share, independent of share class. The redemption payment consisted of one class B share in the following companies: Securitas AB, Assa Abloy AB and Hagströmer & Qviberg AB.