Swedish investment firm EQT, who are reportedly considering buying into Inter, have been described as the ‘Agnelli family of Sweden’ in an Italian media report.
As per Calcio e Finanza, EQT, who are run by the mega-rich Wallenberg family, made investments totalling €12.9 billion last year and assets under their management now have a total value of €52.5 billion.
EQT’s total adjusted revenue was €762 million, which is up 34% compared to 2019, when their adjusted revenue was €570 million.
The group was founded in 1994 and also recently struck a deal worth $1.87 billion with the Exeter Property Group, one of the world’s leading real estate investors.
EQT aside, BC Partners have also been heavily linked with investing in Inter and are reportedly dealing with current club owners Suning on an exclusive basis at the moment.
American funds Ares and Arctos Sports Partners have also been linked with investment into Inter, as have Singaporean fund Temasek and an unnamed Qatari group.