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Bien Sparebank noteres på Oslo Børs

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  • Den tredje noteringen på hovedlisten i år og den 15. totalt på Oslo Børs markedsplasser
  • Antallet selskap på hovedlisten stiger til 213
  • Markedsverdi på rundt 521 millioner kroner

 

Oslo – 14. desember 2022 – I dag er Bien Sparebank (ticker: BIEN) børsnotert på hovedlisten på Oslo Børs. Dette er årets tredje notering på hovedlisten, og den 15. totalt på Oslo Børs. Det er i tillegg den 75. noteringen på Euronext.

Bien Sparebank ble stiftet i 1885 og er den eldste selvstendige sparebanken i Oslo. Banken ønsker å være en nær og tilgjengelig bank for personer og næringsdrivende i Osloområdet. I dag utgjør personkunder 85 prosent av virksomheten.

Ved åpning av markedet var aksjeprisen satt til 91,70 kroner per aksje. Det gir selskapet en markedsverdi på om lag 521 millioner kroner.

– Bien Sparebank ASA er en solid og veldrevet bank med en stolt historie tilbake til 1885. En børsnotering på Oslo Børs er en naturlig del av bankens strategi for å realisere det fulle potensialet som «Rådgiverbanken» i Oslo. Noteringen på Oslo Børs bidrar til å sikre en god eierstruktur for videre vekst. Som en nisjebank for kunder som vektlegger relasjoner, ser vi et ubegrenset utviklingspotensial i Oslomarkedet. Vi har gjennom den siste tiden styrket organisasjonen med dyktige og kunnskapsrike medarbeidere, og er godt rustet for å kunne videreutvikle og utvide kundeporteføljen i årene fremover. Vi har ambisiøse mål om å være den beste banken for kundene våre, og gjennom det levere en attraktiv og bærekraftig avkastning, sier Lena Jørundland, administrerende banksjef i Bien Sparebank ASA.

Lena Jørundland, CEO of Bien Sparebank, and Bendick Falch-Koslung, Chair of the Board, rang the bell this morning to celebrate the company’s listing on the Oslo Børs main market. They were welcomed by Eirik Høiby Ausland, Head of Nordic Listing at Oslo Børs (Photo: Chris Fey/ NTB)

Bildetekst: Lena Jørundland, administrerende banksjef i Bien Sparebank, og and Bendick Falch-Koslung, styreleder, ringte i børsbjellen i morges for å feire børsnoteringen av Bien Sparebank. Selskapet ble ønsket velkommen av Eirik Høiby Ausland, direktør for førstehåndsmarkedet ved Oslo Børs. (Foto: Chris Fey/ NTB)

 

About Bien Sparebank ASA

Bien Sparebank traces its roots back to 1885. The bank is a limited liability savings bank with a branch located in Oslo. Bien Sparebank offers customers an easy and uncomplicated everyday banking experience, is present at important life events and helps customers realise their ideas and projects. The bank's vision is to strengthen customers, which is operationalised through compliance with the industry standards for good ethical conduct and practices.

Bien Sparebank operates traditional full-service banking, with 29 employees. Bien Sparebank will be a contributor and promoter of sustainable value creation in society through responsible banking. See www.bien.no for more information.

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