Long term value creation through active ownership

AniCura – A family of eminent animal hospitals and clinics specialised in pets. Read more about AniCura

Working closely with management to drive growth

NN07 – fast-growing casual premium menswear company. Read more about NN07

Flexible approach and efficient decision making

Lyko – Sweden's largest retail chain for professional hair care and beauty products. Read more about Lyko

We help our portfolio companies to reach industry leading positions

Greenfood – Leading supplier of healthy and convenient food in the Nordic region.
Read more about Greenfood


Total revenue in portfolio companies (SEK million)


Add-on acquisitions


Employees in portfolio companies

Fidelio Capital is a Swedish investment company that primarily invests in non-public companies in Northern Europe. Our aim is to be an active owner that works closely together with management to drive growth and create healthy and strong businesses.


Current majority and minority investments below.

Sweden's largest omni-channel retail chain for professional hair care and beauty products

AniCura is a leading European provider of high-quality veterinary care for companion animals, originally created by Fidelio Capital in 2011

Leading supplier of healthy and convenient food in the Nordic region

Specialty pharma company in the companion animal sector created by Fidelio through merger of five separate businesses

NN07 is a fast-growing casual clothing company that focuses on the casual premium menswear segment

Leading provider of molecular and immuno-diagnostic solutions developed for veterinary applications


Fidelio Capital has secured an additional SEK 3 billion in capital from its investors. Fidelio Capital will continue its primary focus on investments in small and medium sized companies in Northern Europe.


Lyko Group, which was created through the merger in 2014 of Bellbox (acquired by Fidelio Capital in 2010) and Lyko Online (owned by the Lyko family) has been listed on the Nasdaq First North Premier at SEK 50 per share.…