Kinnevik sells its last shares in Rocket Internet by Lars Herlin in Financials / Deals 08 Jun 2017 The timing is a surprise, but it has long been evident that Swedish investment company Kinnevik wasn’t happy with Rocket Internet – and wanted to get out. This week, Kinnevik sold its remaining 10.9 million shares (6.6 percent) in Rocket Internet at €20 per share. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. Share Asia Pacific Internet Groupavitodelivery herojumia groupkinnevikmeigRocketTorum Litzen Lars Herlin Lars Herlin is an AIM Group senior analyst for Europe, and our expert on Schibsted. He had a long career in journalism at Expressen, Svenska Dagbladet and VeckansAffärer, and served as managing editor and later managing director of Gotlands Allehanda.