Hafnia’s shares start trading on New York Stock Exchange

The tanker owner Hafnia Limited completed listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Hafnia’s common shares started trading on the NYSE on April 9 while continuing to be listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

As it is said by the company in its statement, “this dual listing offers enhanced access to global investors and strengthens Hafnia’s position in the international market.”

The shipowner claims that this move of a dual listing in the United States shows the company’s commitment to expand its investor base.

By listing on NYSE, Hafnia aims to tap into a broader pool of investors, including institutional investors and retail traders, who are seeking exposure to the dynamic maritime industry, as it is said by the company’s top management.

Mikael Skov, chief executive of Hafnia, said: “We are proud to announce the successful completion of our dual listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

“This milestone reflects our active management approach and dedication to creating long-term value for our shareholders and in enhancing our global presence. The US listing provides Hafnia with access to a diverse investor base and increased visibility in the world’s largest capital market.”

Hafnia, one of the world’s leading tanker owners, is part of the BW Group, an international shipping group involved in oil and gas transportation, floating gas infrastructure, environmental technologies, and deep-water production for over 80 years.

Source: Hafnia.

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