In the first quarter, Alfie Haaland acquired itself and became the 12th largest shareholder of Archer, the John Fredriksen company.
As the welfare services company of billionaire John Fredriksen, Archer’s stock exchange developed well in the first quarter of this year, with an increase of about 40%.
According to the latest list of largest shareholders, during the same period, former national team player Alfie Haaland (Alfie Haaland) held 355,000 Archer shares.
As of March 31, Haaland controlled 1.27 million Archer shares. These shares are valued at NOK 5.7 million, making him the 12th largest shareholder.
In the past 12 months, Archer’s share has increased by approximately 120%. The good growth in the fourth quarter of last year and the $1 billion contract signed with Equinor have promoted the development of the stock market this year.
Haaland does not want to comment on this investment. He may have made changes to the inventory in the last two days.
Haaland also invested millions of dollars in the Hunter Group, Arne Fredly’s tanker company previously mentioned by E24. He also bought things here this year.
Haaland played for the Norwegian national team during 1994-2001. In the prestigious Premier League, he also has more than 200 games, including Manchester City captain.
Currently, he is most often mentioned in the media as the father of football agent and shooting star Erling Braut Haaland (Erling Braut Haaland).
In terms of Archer shareholders, Stavanger investor Kristian Falnes and Skagen founder Kristoffer Stensrud and his family do the same.
John Fredriksen is the largest shareholder of Hemen Holding and the drilling company Seadrill.
Robert Hvide Macleod, the former head of John Fredriksen’s tanker company Frontline, holds 1.67 million shares and is one of the 20 largest shareholders of New Year’s Was sold off.
It is not clear whether he has all sold out, but as of March 31, he controlled fewer than 655,457 shares.
After the price collapse, shareholders who have held shares for several years are still at a loss. As early as 2017, Archer’s share was about 13 Norwegian kroner.