Henrik Fritz

Corporate & Capital Markets Counsel, Stockholm

Henrik Fritz is a Stockholm-based Corporate & Capital Markets Counsel. He is specialized in equity capital markets, general corporate advisory and public M&A. He also has experience of convertible bonds, incentive schemes and bank regulatory. In addition to his LL.M. degree, Henrik holds a M.Sc. degree in Business and Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics. His previous experience includes working with investment banking for Handelsbanken Capital Markets.

Henrik Fritz’s experience includes advising:

  • Carnegie Investment Bank AB in connection with the list change of Genova Property Group AB’s preferential shares from Nasdaq First North Growth Market to Nasdaq Stockholm;
  • KKR Credit in it’s re-negotiated investment in Avida Holding AB;
  • NCAB Group AB (publ) in its directed share issue to Swedish and international institutional investors;
  • Cibus Nordic Real Estate AB (publ) in the SEK 1.9 billion acquisition of 111 properties from Coop and SEK 0.9 billion accelerated book building;
  • KKR Credit in a NOK 1,209 million investment in Avida Holding AB (publ);
  • Searchlight Capital Partners in the public offer for all shares in Opus Group;
  • Carnegie and Danske Bank in the IPO of K-Fast Holding AB on Nasdaq Stockholm;
  • Carnegie Investment Bank and RedEye as deal counsel in Alelion Energy Systems AB’s SEK 135 million rights issue;
  • Carnegie Investment Bank and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken in the initial public offering of Lime Technologies AB (publ)’s shares and listing on Nasdaq Stockholm;
  • NCAB Group AB (publ), R12 Kapital AB and the other selling shareholders in the initial public offering of NCAB Group’s shares and listing on Nasdaq Stockholm;
  • Swedol’s Board of Directors’ independent bid committee in relation to Nordstjernan’s mandatory takeover bid for all outstanding shares in Swedol;
  • Pareto Securities in the exchange offers to Eniro AB (publ)’s holders of preference shares and convertible bonds and the subsequent cash issue;
  • Nordea Bank, SpareBank 1 Markets and HSBC Bank in SAS AB’s SEK 1,270 million private placement of common shares;
  • Carnegie Investment Bank in the initial public offering of Ferronordic Machines AB (publ)’s shares and listing on Nasdaq Stockholm;
  • Svenska Handelsbanken AB (publ) and Carnegie Investment Bank AB in the initial public offering of Fastighets AB Trianon (publ)’s shares on First North Premier.

Roschier (2017-)
Handelsbanken Capital Markets, Corporate Finance, Legal Services (2010-2017)
Advokatfirman Vinge, Senior Associate (2006-2010)

Member of the Swedish Bar Association

Stockholm University, LL.M. (2006)
Stockholm School of Economics, M.Sc. (Econ.) (2006)

English, Swedish