Former CEO, Leif Inge Nordhammer, now owns € 105 million worth of shares in SalMar

He’s stopped listening to salmon analysts.

“It has been a pleasant journey to be a shareholder in SalMar, which shows the history,” said Leif Inge Nordhammer, CEO, to the Norwegian publication Finansavisen.

He owns over 2.3 million shares in SalMar, both directly through the investment company Lin and indirectly through the Kverva holding company.

Based on today’s price, his stock in SalMar is worth EUR 105 million.

Since the beginning of the year, SalMar’s share has increased by 81 per cent, increasing Nordhammer’s stocks by EUR 45.3 million.

According to the American news and marketing agency, Bloomberg, 9 out of 13 analysts believe that shareholders should sell their SalMar shares. Though Nordhammer doesn’t really accept that view.

“I think analysts have had a negative view for a long time, and the vast majority have failed with their analyses of the industry and price developments. It’s been a while since I stopped listening to them, “he says.


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