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Anora Group

The Boards of Directors of Altia Plc and Arcus ASA jointly announced on 29 September 2020 that Altia and Arcus have entered into a combination agreement to form a leading Nordic wine and spirits brand house.

The new combined company will be named ANORA GROUP Plc.

The shareholders of Altia approved the merger plan at the Extraordinary General Meeting on 12 November 2020. 

On these pages, you can find Altia’s key financial information including key figures, debt, risks and tax footprint. The content on these pages is updated in connection with the publication of financial reports.

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Altia is a responsible taxpayer in all its operating countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, and France). In addition, the company aims to promote the Group’s strategic development and support business operations, as well as ensure their proper implementation also from the tax perspective.

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Altia has categorised its risks into five classes: strategic and business risks, operational and process related risks, damage risks, financial risks and compliance risks. The Board of Directors assesses these central risks and the measures aiming to reduce the likelihood of their materialisation every three months.

We have identified three key strengths that we believe provide us with competitive advantage and make Altia interesting as an investment.

On this page you can find information about Altia's historical dividend payments. Altia has been listed on Nasdaq Helsinki since 23 March 2018.