Supported by world leading medical experts and engineers, Triomed develops a portable dialysis system intended to improve the lives for patients with kidney failure. With its innovative Steady Concentration Peritoneal Dialysis (SCPD), Triomed aims to ensure that peritoneal dialysis becomes the preferred alternative, enabling patients to get improved treatment at reduced costs.
With an innovative, multi-pronged approach TriSalus seeks to extend and improve the lives of patients with liver and pancreatic tumors. By aiming to address both immunosuppression and intratumoral pressure within the tumor microenvironment the TriSalus approach has the potential to overcome two of the most significant barriers that limit treatment success for liver and pancreatic tumors.
Since its start in 1997, Gina Tricot has grown into a strong omnichannel fashion destination in the Nordics for women 16–39 years. Through e-commerce and B2B partners the brand is sold all over Europe and in several Asian destinations. Gina Tricot focuses on delivering fashionable news with high CSR targets set to reach UNs sustainability goals of 2028.
With 30 years on top of alpine ski fashion, 8848 Altitude is a premium brand known for high quality and unique style. Its initial challenge was to design adequate gear for Sweden’s first successful Mount Everest expedition, reaching the world's highest mountain at 8848 meters altitude. Since then, 8848 Altitude has continued to design and create technically advanced gear for skiers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Depeche Mode, Bon Iver and Hans Zimmer are among the many famous musicians who have turned to Teenage Engineering for electronic music-making gear. Following up on their breakthrough pocket synthesizer OP-1 and the portable hi-fi loudspeaker OB-4, the recently launched PO-80 Record Factory is a beautiful gadget that allows both geeks and ordinary folks to produce vinyl records at home.
Founded jointly by Joakim Hedin and Paul Frankenius, Bockasjö develops modern, energy-efficient, and environmentally sound logistics buildings in attractive locations. Since the start in 2004 Bockasjö has built 34 properties with a total area of more than 1,000,000 square meters. In the current pipeline are seven major projects for tenants such as Volvo Cars, Schenker Logistics, Garden Store, Kicks, Sellpy and Sportshopen.
Initiator and driving force behind the project, Pär Frankenius ensured Frankenius Equity were among the founders of C4 Shopping, southeast Sweden’s premier lifestyle and shopping destination with 80 shops and restaurants right next to the major E22 freeway. After divesting some of the C4 projects in 2016 we jointly own two “big boxes” of totally 20,000 square meters, including Hornbach, Dollarstore, Leos Lekland and Jumpyard.
Already at the turn of the millennium, Paul Frankenius and Joakim Hedin realized that the demand for logistics properties would increase significantly in the coming years. The spring of 2022 saw the launch of Lyckebo Logistikfastigheter. With modern logistics centers in strategically selected AAA locations, Lyckebo meets the high demands of prominent tenants such as Apoteket AB.
The company buys, develops, and sells residential real estate in Palma's picturesque Old Town where traditional old buildings are turned into modern and unique homes. Our first completed project is a townhouse with several apartments on Plaça de Cort, soon to be followed by a magnificent palace with origins from the 17th century in the heart of Old Town in Palma. The real estates will be up for sale during 2023.
Roc Properties started in 2022 with the goal of reaching a volume of SEK 6–7 billion within 2–3 years and then carry out an IPO. Due to rapidly rising inflation, uncertain interest rate market and general uncertainty in the outside world, it was decided to distribute selected properties of the company's holdings to the owners and continue to develop Åhlens Logistic center, in Rosersberg north of Stockholm.
Happy Toscana is a real estate developer specialising in the region of Tuscany in Italy. The company has carefully restored and successfully sold four properties in the coastal Forte dei Marmi region. The holding portfolio also includes inner-city properties in Florence, among them the ancient villa Porta Nera, tastefully converted to a private living destination and designed to be your home during a visit in Tuscany.
Always on the lookout for new and innovative business opportunities we have placed our trust and financial capacity in carefully selected shares and private equity funds. Below you can read about some of our financial investments.
Fidelio Capital has so far invested in over 150 companies in 20 countries. Well-known examples include Hemfrid, Boozt and the fast-growing Odevo, challenging the traditional industry for property and housing management.
Since 1989 Nordic Capital has invested more than 20 billion euro in over 120 companies in Europe and the United States. Investment sectors include healthcare, financial services, technology and payments, consumer trade and industrial goods and services.
Vimian is a stock listed global group of innovation-driven companies focusing on better animal health through a unique range of top-notch products, services, and solutions for veterinarians, laboratories, and animal owners around the world.
Together with Bockasjö Capital we invested in Klarna, one of Europe's highest rated fintech companies with 150 million active consumers making two million transactions daily in Klarna's flexible payment system. Klarna is also a portfolio company in Flat Capital where we invested because we sympathise with the business idea; to support entrepreneurs with drive, passion, and ambition – all to make it easier to build a company.
This is Frankenius Equity
Frankenius Equity is a family office focusing mainly on investments in life science, real estate, retail, e-commerce and finance. Based in western Sweden we engage in both domestic and international ventures, building strong partnerships by sharing our knowledge and commitment.
The company invests mainly together with operating partners and larger investment companies and currently has around a dozen investments including fashion chain Gina Tricot, logistics property developer Bockasjö, life science innovators Triomed and Trisalus, and makers of high-end gear for creative musicians Teenage Engineering.
Our investment strategy is an ownership between 10–50%. We always strive to generate added value and never hesitate to walk the extra mile.
When Paul Frankenius was a young intern for a Swedish company in Hong Kong, he learned the expression ”Happy landing!” which is commonly used in Asia when wishing someone a safe trip. Years later he used the phrase as the first name of his first investment company.
Today we are Frankenius Equity, a family office with successful divestments such as Kappahl, Ellos and Scorett, as well as innovators like Star Republic, MoneyGo and Vivoline. Over the years we’ve conducted a string of lucrative transactions in respectful collaboration with likeminded partners. We always strive for win win.
The elephant in our logo is carefully chosen because it symbolises strength, loyalty, patience, and experience – the very values we aim to represent.