Robert Uggla sees major upturn in personal venture

Robert Uggla has acquired larger holdings in several companies through his personal venture, Agata, and his gains are clearly reflected in the company's latest financial report.

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As Robert Uggla buys larger and larger chunks of Maersk-owned companies, the capital of his personal company, Agata, also skyrockets.

According to Agata's latest financial report, the company ended last year with a profit of more than USD 6 million, more than a doubling of the 2019 result and an increase of USD 5.8 million since Uggla founded the company in 2016.

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