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About Ackermans & Van Haaren (ACKB)

Ackermans & van Haaren NV engages in managing investments in various sectors. It operates through the following segments: Marine Engineering & Contracting; Private Banking; Real Estate & Senior Care; Energy & Resources; and AvH & Growth Capital. The Marine Engineering and Contracting segment manages land-based and marine contracting projects through the companies DEME, CFE and Green Offshore. The Private Banking segment includes Delen Private Bank and Bank J. Van Breda & C. The Real Estate and Senior Care segment comprises of listed real estate investment trust such as Leasinvest Real Estate, Extensa Group, and Anima Care. The Energy and Resources segment operates SIPEF and Sagar Cements. The AvH and Growth Capital segment includes investments in companies such as Agdens, AXe Investments, and Bioelectric Group. The company was founded by Nicolaas van Haaren and Hendrik Willem Ackermans in 1876 and is headquartered in Antwerp, Belgium.

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