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Volvo Cars’ first day of trading bell-ringing ceremony

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Volvo is going to be holding a bell-ringing ceremony on Oct. 29 to kick off its first day of trading on the Nasdaq.

Volvo Cars will hold a traditional bell-ringing ceremony to mark its first day of trading on Nasdaq Stockholm on Friday 29 October. You are invited to follow the ceremony online.

Date: Friday 29 October
Time: 08:40 CET
  • Håkan Samuelsson, chief executive, Volvo Cars
  • Eric Li, chairperson, Zheijiang Geely Holding
  • Daniel Donghui Li, member of Volvo Cars Board of Directors and CEO of Geely Holding Group
  • Adam Kostyál, senior vice president, head of listings, EMEA

Please note, there will be no opportunity to ask questions as part of the livestream. For interview enquiries, please contact [email protected].
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From Volvo:
Volvo Cars today welcomed over 200,000 new shareholders as it listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm stock exchange. The initial public offering attracted strong interest from institutional investors in Sweden and abroad as well as from the general public in the Nordics.

“I would like to extend a warm welcome to all our new shareholders. We will work hard to execute our plan and create further value for you all,” said Håkan Samuelsson, chief executive of Volvo Cars.

The first day of trading in Volvo Cars shares on Nasdaq Stockholm was celebrated with a traditional bell ringing ceremony at the company’s studio in Stockholm, Sweden.
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