Share information

The HMS share has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm Mid Cap list, in the Information Technology sector, since 19 October 2007. The ISIN code is SE0002136242. Shares are traded under the HMS ticker. A trading lot is 1 share.


Ownership structure

As of September 30, 2019 HMS Networks AB (publ) had approximately 4,643 shareholders.


 Shareholder Shares Share of votes & capital 
Investment AB Latour 12,109,288 25.9 %
Staffan Dahlström 6,468,292 13.8 %
Swedbank Robur Fonder 4,341,996 9.3 %
SEB Fonder 2,902,772 6.2 %
Handelsbanken Fonder  2,284,114  4.9 %
Livförsäkringsbolaget Skandia  1,899,946  4.1 %
State Street Bank & Trust  1,294,659 2.8 %
Fosielund Holding AB  940,000  2.0 %
AMF Aktiefond småbolag  925,656 2.0 %
Skandia Fonder  764,716 1.6 %
Tredje AP-Fonden 754,902  1.6 %
UN Joint Staff 618,942  1.3 %
Spiltan Fonder AB  590,367 1.3 %
Öhman Fonder 583,328 1.2 %
SEB S.A.  517,323  1.1 %
Lannebo Fonder  509,034  1.1 %
JP Morgan Chase Bank 461,160 1.0 %
Others 8,852,373 18.9 %
Total 46,818,868 100.0 %



Number of shares and share capital

HMS has a total of 46,818,868 shares. Share capital amounts to SEK 1,170,472. All shares have the same voting rights.


Dividend policy 

HMS’s policy is to pay annual dividends of approximately 50% of the net profit for the year.

Dividend per share, year*
2018   2017  2016  2015 2014
SEK 1.80  1.50  1.00  0.63 0.63


* Key ratios have been recalculated based on the 4:1 share split in the second quarter of 2017.



Repurchase of own shares

Based on the authorisation granted by the Annual General Meeting on 28 April 2016, the board of directors of HMS Networks AB (publ) has resolved to repurchase a maximum of 26,000 shares.

The purpose of the authorisation to repurchase shares, and the board of directors’ resolution to utilize it, is to secure the company’s obligations in relation to HMS long-term share-based incentive plan.

For further information about the buy-back program, see press release 

For more information about the long-term share-based incentive plan, see press release

For information about all transactions in the buy-back program see link to the Nasdaq Stockholm website

Joakim Nideborn

My perspective

-Why invest in HMS

Over the past decade, HMS has grown by an average of over 20 % per year.

The foundation of our business is a large base of Design Wins, which generate recurring business for HMS every year. In addition, HMS has high exposure to trends such as the Industrial Internet of Things and digitalization in general.

The combination of a stable cash flow and favorable trends positions HMS well for continuing profitable growth.
Joakim Nideborn – CFO




Analysts monitoring HMS Networks on an on-going basis:

SEB Enskilda, Equity Research
Victor Höglund

Danske Bank,
Fredrik Lithell

DNB Bank,
Joachim Gunell

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