Hafnia pursues full listing in Oslo

Product tanker carrier Hafnia pursues a listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange as the next strategic shift for the new major player. The company has hired two large banks as advisors.

Hafnia CEO Mikael Skov | Photo: PR-FOTO

Product tanker shipping company Hafnia is going for a listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange and has hired Pareto Securities and SEB Corporate Finance as advisors, informs Hafnia, most of which is owned by Singapore-based BW Group.

"Hafnia retains Pareto Securities AS and SEB Corporate Finance as its advisors in connection with a contemplated listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange," Hafnia writes.

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