Argentum Fondsinvesteringer

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Argentum Fondsinvesteringer AS
State owned
Industry Private Equity
Founded 2001
Headquarters Bergen, Norway
Area served
Key people
Joachim Høegh-Krohn (CEO)
Revenue Increase NOK 396 million (2005)
NOK 309 million (2005)
NOK 389 million (2005)
Number of employees
11 (2007)
Parent Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry
Footnotes / references

Argentum Fondsinvesteringer is a Norwegian government enterprise that participates as a minority owner in private equity funds. The goal of the company is to stiumulate to create private equity investment groups in Norway, develop high research competence and to receive high return of capital from investments. The company is based in Bergen and is owned by the Ministry of Trade and Industry. It was founded in 2001.[2]

Per 2010, the company had 16 employees.[3]


  1. ^ Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry. "Resultatregnskap" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2007-06-30. 
  2. ^ Argentum Fondsinvesteringer. "Dette er Argentum" (in Norwegian). Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-06-30. 
  3. ^ Meld. St. 13 (2010 – 2011): 6.1.1 Argentum Fondsinvesteringer AS (Norwegian), retrieved 12 June 2013

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