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March 26, 2019

The Swedish family controlled appliance giant Electrolux is setting the benchmark on sustainability with its launch of green bonds this week and ambitious renewable targets on track for 2020.

The Swedish family controlled appliance giant Electrolux is setting the benchmark on sustainability with its launch of green bonds this week and ambitious renewable targets on track for 2020.

The world’s fifth largest consumer goods manufacturer issued the first bond loan within its green bond framework, raising SEK 1 billion ($108.4 million) to fund investments and other projects with environmental benefits.

April 19, 2018

Nut rage to water rage, Holtzbrinck family use special structure to keep control, and family-owned giants step up climate action

Nut rage to water rage

The family made famous by the “nut rage” scandal is at the centre of renewed controversy, after its heiress allegedly threw water on people during a business meeting and smuggled goods into Korea illegally.

September 9, 2014

The family office behind Swedish banking dynasty, the Wallenbergs, has given their stamp of approval on a recent deal by publicly-listed Electrolux, in which they are the largest shareholder, to buy General Electric’s US appliance business for $3.3 billion (€2.5 billion).

The family office behind Swedish banking dynasty, the Wallenbergs, has given their stamp of approval on a recent deal by publicly-listed Electrolux, in which they are the largest shareholder, to buy General Electric’s US appliance business for $3.3 billion (€2.5 billion).

In a statement, the Wallenberg family office, Investor, which holds 15.5% of the capital and 30% of voting shares in Electrolux, said it fully supports the transaction and is looking forward to seeing the brand increase its foothold in North America.

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