The Smaller Mid Cap Fund advised by Triton has signed an agreement to acquire Norstat Group (Norstat) a full-service, independent pan-European leader in high-quality data collection solutions for consumer research.
The successful acquisition of the 68.6% majority stake will trigger a Mandatory Tender Offer for the remaining 31.4% free float in SSC, resulting in SSC being wholly acquired by Bakkafrost for a total consideration of £ 517 million (approx. NOK 5.47 billion).
Hiddn Solutions ASA (Hiddn), an Oslo Stock Exchange listed company operating within the data protection business, has entered into a Letter of Intent (LOI) for a potential business combination with Ayfie Group AS (Ayfie), an international provider of Artificial Intelligence enhanced solutions for the legal, legal services, finance and publishing industries.
Cxense, a company delivering digital solutions to the professional market, has agreed to sell all shares in its majority owned subsidiary Premium Audience Network S.L. to AdUX SA, a French digital marketing services company listed on Euronext Paris.
Hiddn Solutions ASA (Hiddn), an Oslo Stock Exchange listed company operating within the data protection business, has entered into a Letter of Intent (LOI) for a potential business combination with Energos Group AS (Energos), a privately-owned technology based, industrial group, to add new business lines providing technology and solutions to the global renewable energy production industry.
Oslo Stock Exchange listed SalMar ASA launches a cash offer to acquire the remaining shares in Arnarlax AS, the largest salmon farmer on Iceland, following its acquisition of 3,268,670 shares in Arnarlax on 14 February 2019.
Huurre Norway AS, a contractor focusing on the food industry in Norway, is sold to Svalinn AS, a company controlled by CEO of Huurre Norway AS, Tarjei Hegland, together with senior employees and external investors.
The 2020 edition of IFLR1000 - The guide to the world’s leading financial and corporate law firms was published on September 27th 2019. The ranking is based primarily on client feedback, and ranks both firms and lawyers in different categories. Aabø-Evensen & Co is once again recognised as a leading law firm in the field of M&A and Capital markets.
The 21st edition of the annual peer review conducted by the Norwegian business daily, Finansavisen, was published today 14 February. Aabø-Evensen & Co is once again ranked as one of Norway's leading M&A Law firms by being awarded as the Top 2 M&A law firm in Norway.
Hege Dahl, partner i Aabø-Evensen & Co Advokatfirma, har hatt en sentral rolle i Verdipapirlovutvalget som i dag la i dag frem sin sjette utredning med forslag til endringer i regler om overtakelsestilbud i verdipapirhandelloven kapittel 6 med tilhørende forskrifter.
The Norwegian Limited Liabilty Companies Act (Nw. aksjeloven and allmennaksjeloven) will be subject to certain revisions, effective 1 January 2019 and 1 March 2019, respectively. The changes are part of the ongoing process to simplify Norwegian corporate law to reduce the economic and administrative burden of businesses.
As the holiday season approaches and everyone rushes to close their deals, we would like to take a moment to wish you compliments of the season. We hope you and yours have health and happiness and a restful holiday season.
The annual review conducted by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR), was published on 2 November. Aabø-Evensen & Co is once again recognised as a leading law firm in the field of M&A and Capital markets.
DNB inviterer til generalforsamlingsseminar og retter søkelyset mot fremtidens generalforsamling, vanlige problemstillinger og muligheter og hvordan ulike aktører kan forberede seg til generalforsamling.
Ole Kristian Aabø-Evensen at Aabø-Evensen & Co Summarise the M&A transactional requirements and procedures governing publicly listed companies in Norway in the second edition of The Lexology Getting The Deal Through: Public M&A 2019.
Partners at Aabø-Evensen & Co, Ole K. Aabø-Evensen and Gard A. Skogstrøm, look into common issues in Norwegian mergers and acquisitions in the thirteenth edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Mergers & Acquisitions.
Ole K Aabø-Evensen, partner at Aabø-Evensen & Co, elaborates on key areas of law and market practices in connection with private M&A in Norway in the latest edition of Getting the deal through: Private M&A 2019.
The lack of opportunity for organic growth in a generally low-growth environment, transformational developments in technology and the need to acquire new technology to stay ahead of competition are some of current trends affecting Norwegian based companies and can been seen as drivers for the high deal activity in the Norwegian M&A market.
What are the most common types of private equity transactions in Norway? What is the current state of the market for these transactions? Is there any changes in the types of private equity transactions being implemented in the last two to three years?