Ronja Capital, the investment company of Solvtrans founder Roger Halsebakk and his family, has increased its shares in salmon farmer Mowi, climbing onto the list of largest shareholders.

According to the analysis service Holdings, Ronja Capital now has 380,239 shares in Mowi, a shareholding valued at NOK 70 million (€6.8 million/$6.8 million).

It is not clear exactly how many shares were bought last week, but the purchases pushed Ronja Capital onto the list of the largest shareholders, where it is now in 93rd place.