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|Born||Hugo Edvard Stenbeck
15 October 1890
|Died||6 January 1977(aged 86)|
Margaretha af Ugglas
Hugo Edvard Stenbeck (15 October 1890, in Uppsala – 6 January 1977) was a Swedish lawyer and founder of Investment AB Kinnevik. He belonged to a group called in to investigate the collapse of Ivar Kreuger's financial empire. Two of his children became famous in their own right - Jan Stenbeck took over and transformed the family company and Margaretha af Ugglas became foreign minister. His granddaughter, Cristina Stenbeck is now in charge of the family companies.
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