AniCura is owned by the Animal Hospital Foundation in Greater Stockholm, Fidelio Capital and Nordic Capital.
All owners strongly believe in creating a healthy, long-term and sustainable company. All surpluses are reinvested in the operations and owners do not receive dividends.
Animal Hospital Foundation in Greater Stockholm
The Animal Hospital Foundation in Greater Stockholm was founded in 1969 for the purpose of achieving round-the-clock veterinary care in the Stockholm region. The objective was to ensure access to high-quality veterinary care that enjoys constant development. Supporting the foundation financially were the City of Stockholm, the Swedish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the Swedish Kennel Club and Svenska Blå Stjärnan, an animal rescue organisation. Additional donations and gifts were received from private individuals.
The foundation finances investments in advanced medical equipment, training and educational activities. The foundation's board includes representatives from the Swedish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the Swedish Kennel Club and Svenska Blå Stjärnan.
Learn more about The Animal Hospital Foundation in Greater Stockholm
"We prioritize ethics and long-term value creation in companies that have excellent development potential"Gabriel Fitzgerald, CEO Fidelio Capital
Fidelio Capital is a Swedish investment company with a long term investment horizon. The company has no regulations that govern holding periods, so it is flexible with quick decision making and able to act for the long-term. The company combines active ownership with a responsible approach.
Nordic Capital has great experience from investments in the health and healthcare industry and invests primarily in Nordic companies in a development and growth phase. It enables companies to create long-term value and enjoy success and stability through involved, responsible ownership that focuses on supporting strategic development, professionalization and operational improvements.