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CapMan launches its new website


CapMan              Press Release               14 April 2016 at 10.15 am EEST

CapMan launches its new website

CapMan has revamped its website at The purpose of the revamp is to provide transparent information about our business, facilitate access to information and better serve CapMan’s key stakeholders. The website is available in English and Finnish.

The updated general look and feel of the website utilises actual portfolio companies and real estate images to illustrate the activities of our investment partnerships. In addition to an overview and quick facts about the portfolios, some investment cases are presented in greater detail.

The information central for shareholders is presented in the Investors section of the website under Shares and Shareholders. Releases and Interim Reports are presented in the Newsroom section.

CapMan continues to update the website, adding new functionalities and information on a continuous basis.

For more information, please contact:

Linda Tierala, Manager, Communications & IR, CapMan, tel. +358 40 5717 895


CapMan is a leading Nordic investment and asset management company active in the private equity industry. For more than 25 years, we have been developing companies and real estate and supporting their sustainable growth. We are committed to understanding the needs of our customers in an ever-changing market environment. Our objective is to provide attractive returns and innovative solutions for our investors and value adding services for professional investment partnerships, growth-oriented companies and tenants. Our independent investment partnerships – Buyout, Real Estate, Russia and Credit – as well as our associated company Norvestia are responsible for investment activities and value creation. CapMan’s service business offering includes fundraising advisory services, purchasing activities and fund management services to both internal and external customers. CapMan has 100 private equity professionals and assets under management of €2.8 billion.