• Max Sievert increases its ownership in AW Group

    2022-06-10

    In June 2022, Max Sievert has, through acquisition of shares from current and former employees in the company, increased its ownership in AW (Academic Work) Group. Max Sievert now owns ~11% of the shares.

    AW Group is owned by the founders Johan Skarborg and Jeremias Andersson, as well as by Novax and Max Sievert. In addition, ~300 current and former employees are owners of the company.

    For further information on AW Group, please see www.aw.com.

  • Regin acquires German DEOS and Max Sievert increases its ownership

    2022-05-31

    Regin acquires German DEOS AG and Max Sievert increases its ownership in Regin to 76%. For further information please see www.regincontrols.com

  • Max Sievert increases its ownership in Convini

    2022-05-30

    On May 30th, 2022, Max Sievert increased its ownership in Convini from ~30% to ~45% through acquisition of shares from the founding family Enqvist’s holding company Reinhold & Co. For further information on Convini please see www.convini.se .

  • Convini acquires HelloFreshGo in Germany

    2022-05-20

    On May 19th 2022, Convini signed an agreement to acquire HelloFreshGo in Germany. For further information please see www.convini.se

  • Max Sievert increases its committed capital

    In May 2022, AB Max Sievert increased its committed capital from its owners. The increase enables Max Sievert to invest in its companies in i.a. increased ownership stakes, add-on acquisitions or new share issues. The increase was only directed to existing owners and was oversubscribed.

  • Convini acquires Coca-Cola’s office coffee business in Sweden

    2021-03-18

    For further information, please see www.convini.se 

  • Max Sievert invests in Academic Work

    2020-12-08

    On December 8th, AB Max Sievert signed agreements to become an ownership partner in Academic Work (”AW Group”)

    AW Group is Sweden’s market leader in staffing and recruitment of young white collars in IT, Tech and  Finance. Since several years AW Group is also well established in Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Norway and Denmark.

    For more information please see www.aw.com

  • Regin recruits new CEO and Max Sievert increases its ownership

    2020-08-12

    The board of Regin has appointed Fredrik Wiking as new CEO. He started on Aug 10th, 2020.  Fredrik replaces Olof Sand, acting CEO. Olof has returned to being non-executive Chairman of the Board.

    Fredrik has 20 years of executive management experience, most recently as CEO of Gunnebo Industries, a world leading manufacturer of lifting and material handling products.

    He previously held positions as EVP/Head of Construction Equipment and Director of Business Development & Operational Control for Industrial Elevator Group Alimak HEK.  Prior to that, Fredrik was a management consultant at Bain & Co and has an M.Sc. in BA from the Stockholm School of Economics.

    Olof Sand is formerly the CEO of i.a. Anticimex, Proact and Quant, founder of Acando and with background from Midroc and ABB.

    In June 2020, AB Max Sievert increased its ownership in Regin from approx. 35% to approx. 50% through acquisition of shares from Regin’s three entrepreneurs, who all retain significant ownership in the company following the transaction. The successful partnership started in 2017 when Max Sievert entered as co-owner thereby continues.

    Shortly thereafter, Fredrik Wiking and Olof Sand invested into Regin and became owners. Other owners include the management group of the company.

    For further information on Regin, please refer to www.regincontrols.com

  • Max Sievert invests in Scila

    2019-09-27

    20 September 2019, Max Sievert signed an agreement with Nasdaq to acquire its share in Scila AB. Scila is a global independent leader in developing surveillance systems for exchanges, market participants and regulators. Please see www.scila.se.

  • Convini enters Germany through acquisition

    2019-09-13

    Sept. 13 2019, Convini acquired 75% of How I Like and thereby established itself in Germany. See www.convini.se.