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Whopper coming to Stockholm bourse

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13:51 CET+01:00
Restaurant company Nordic Service Partners (NSP), which includes both the Burger King and Taco Bar brands, has been approved for listing on the Stockholm stock exchange.

The first day of trading is set for January 15th, according to a press release from the company.

NSP concentrates on fast food, owning and operating 50 restaurants as well as four fast food courts in Sweden and Denmark.

“We can now improve our chances for continued expansion and conditions for long-term growth. The board feels that the listing allows for increased institutional ownership and a higher profile,” said NSP CEO Ulf Wahlstedt in a press release.

Stock will not be issued in conjunction with the listing.

NSP’s stock is currently traded on the alternative First North exchange.

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