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EQT Acquires Recover Nordic
EQT Sells Remaining Stake In LBX Pharmacy
EQT Credit Leads Recapitalization Of Bartec And Becomes Largest Shareholder
EQT AB is a Sweden-based differentiated global investment company. It manages and advises a range of specialized investment funds and other investment vehicles that invest across the world. The Company has three business segments: Private Capital, Real Assets and Credit. The Private Capital business segment invests in medium-sized to large companies in Europe and the United States, China and Southeast Asia, technology-driven companies across all industries and public companies. The Real Assets business segment invests in infrastructure and real estate businesses. The Credit segments offers an investment platform.
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Christian Otto Sinding
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Partner and Head of Client Relations and Capital Raising, Member of the Executive Management
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Management
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Buyout group EQT is readying another attempt to sell consular- and visa-services company VFS Global, this time eyeing an SIX Swiss Exchange listing in the first half of next year, people familiar with the situation told Reuters.
German defence group Rheinmetall has rejoined the auction for Volkswagen's transmissions maker Renk, as a mid-December deadline for the process approaches, people close to the matter said.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday:
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1500 GMT on Tuesday:
KKR & Co. <KKR.N> has tapped Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd <1038.HK> and buyout groups including Blackstone <BX.N> and Sweden's EQT AB <EQTAB.ST> to gauge buying interest for Singapore-based Goodpack, an intermediate bulk container maker, multiple sources with...
* SAID ON WEDNESDAY RESOLVED TO ISSUE 8,663,490 CLASS C SHARES AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER REPURCHASE ALL OF THE ISSUED SHARES
Buyout group EQT <EQTAB.ST> is starting preparations for the sale of facilities manager Apleona, a former unit of industrial services group Bilfinger <GBFG.DE>, people close to the matter said.
Buyout group EQT is starting preparations for a sale of facility manager Apleona, a former unit of industrial services group Bilfinger, people close to the matter said.
Germany's PNE AG <PNEGn.DE> has agreed to a takeover offer from Morgan Stanley Infrastructure (MSIP) which values the wind energy project developer at 300 million euros ($330 million), it said on Thursday, drawing criticism from a top shareholder.
Wind energy project developer PNE AG has agreed to be taken over by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure (MSIP) in a deal valuing the company at 300 million euros ($330 million), it said on Thursday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Monday:
The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Monday:
Swedish infrastructure investor EQT <EQTAB.ST> has bought German fibre optic network operator Inexio, in a deal sources familiar with the transaction said was worth around 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion).
Swedish infrastructure investor EQT has bought German fibre optic network operator Inexio, in a deal one source said was worth around 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion).
Shares in Swedish buyout firm EQT AB <EQTAB.ST> rose 25% on their market debut in Stockholm on Tuesday, adding nearly 1.5 billion euros to the company's market value within minutes and reviving sentiment toward Europe's battered IPO market.
Swedish buyout firm EQT Partners has closed the order book on its initial public offering worth up to 1.2 billion euros ($1.32 billion), with the order book covered across the entire price range, according to a lead manager.
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