Spyker Cars NV, the owner of Saab Automobile, plans to tell shareholders in May whether they can expect a listing on the Swedish stock exchange, according to CEO Victor Muller.
“I think the annual shareholders meeting is an ideal forum to look at what we’re thinking in terms of the dual listing,” Muller said in a telephone interview today.
Muller told reporters last September that Spyker may add a listing in Stockholm to start trading by April of this year, but the annual general meeting, where the issue will be discussed is not until May. The company is also listed on an Amsterdam exchange, and Muller says that if Stockholm is pursued there will be a dual listing, and then a reassessment of where the stock is gravitating to.
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– By: Stephen Calogera