It appears Elin Nordegren moved on from Tiger Woods to another man of means.
Nordegren, 31, has reportedly dating financier Jamie Dingman, 37, for three months. Sources close to Nordegren did not immediately respond to ABCNews.com's requests for comment about her relationship with Dingman, but according to the Swedish paper Expressen, the two were canoodling outside her Stockholm apartment last week.
"We hear that he's a great guy and Elin is so smitten, said Jennifer Peros, reporter for Us Weekly magazine. "But he has not met the kids yet [Sam, 4, and Charlie, 2] and Elin is no rush to introduce them. She wants to take things very slow."
While Dingman's more interested in playing with the markets than putting on the greens, he and Nordegren's pro-golfer ex-husband reportedly share something in common -- a fling with former nightlife hostess Rachel Uchitel.
Below, check out five facts about Nordegren's reported new man.
Dingman is the son of billionaire Michael Dingman, president of international investments firm Shipston Group Ltd. According to the New York Post
, the younger Dingman has been managing his father's business in China for the past six years, which includes investments in education, medical technologies, and construction. The Post also reported that Jamie Dingman used to own an Indy car racing team.
Among the bold-faced names romantically linked to Dingman is actress Bridget Moynahan, who has a child with Tom Brady
When he's not hanging out in Nordegren's homeland, Dingman reportedly shuttles back and forth between China and the Bahamas, where his father's firm is based. But he had time to make a trip to Florida in January, where he and Nordegren met at a Red Cross Ball through a mutual friend.
According to the Post, Dingman's car racing team was sponsored by the World Childhood Foundation, a charity founded by Queen Silvia of Sweden. He's also reportedly friends with Princess Madeleine of Sweden.
TMZ.com reported that Dingman was dating Uchitel at the same time that Woods was cheating on Nordegren with her. Uchitel's publicist declined ABCNews.com's request for comment.