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Shareholders

Here you can find the list of Nordea's largest shareholders. The list is updated at the beginning of every month. 

Largest registered shareholders of Nordea as of end of August 2022

Owners Number of shares, million Percent of Nordea   
 

BlackRock  

198.2

5.2

Cevian Capital 

N/A

4.8*

Nordea-fonden   

158.2

4.2

Norges Bank

137.2

3.5

Vanguard

119.6

3.2

Swedbank Robur Funds 

75.8

2.0

Alecta Pension Insurance

66.5

1.8

Fidelity Investments

51.6

1.4

Nordea funds

46.8

1.2

First Swedish National Pension Fund

40.8

1.1

Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company

40.0

1.1

SEB Funds

39.5

1.1

Handelsbanken Funds

39.1

1.0

Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Company

34.8

0.9

TIAA - Teachers Advisors

30.7

0.8

JP Morgan Asset Management

26.5

0.7

Nordea Vinstandelsstiftelse

25.1

0.7

State Street Global Advisors

22.5

0.6

Amundi

20.9

0.6

Abrdn Investment Management

19.8

0.5

Government of Japan Pension Investment Fund

20.1

0.5

AMF Pensions & Funds

18.7

0.5

Länsförsäkringar Funds

18.2

0.5

The State Pension Fund of Finland

18.0

0.5

Eleva Capital LLP

18.3

0.5

Others

2,256

61.2%

Total number of outstanding shares**

3,736

100%

* Latest disclosed

** Nordea cancels own shares acquired through share buy-backs on a monthly basis. For the latest information on changes in the total number of shares see here.

Treasury shares:
Nordea holds 6,075,662 treasury shares for remuneration purposes (5.5.2022). Moreover, Nordea holds treasury shares for capital optimisation purposes. More information on share amounts here.                                                      

Disclaimer: This information is aggregated on a monthly basis by Modular Finance AB from various sources such as Euroclear, Morningstar, Finansinspektionen, Nasdaq and Millistream and may not reflect the actual holdings of the shareholder on the given date. For the latest information on changes in major shareholdings see here.