- Denmark -
PKA seperates its fund after disagreement (Borsen)
The changes to PKA AIP has been underway since autumn, but only after a disagreement with the former top management in the unit, PKA has decided to separate its fund. Therefore, PKA separates the part of PKA AIP, which invests in infrastructure, from the part investing in equity funds. In AIP Infrastructure, management becomes co-owners with a shareholding of 50 percent, while PKA retains the entire ownership of the capital fund part.
- Sweden -
Lincoln International acquires Swedish M&A Advisor Navigo Partners (Realtid)
Lincoln International acquires Swedish M&A advisor Navigo Partners. Lincoln International is a global player in mid-market advisory services, with around 400 employees spread across the world's financial centers. "We all stay in the company, as nobody has sold its share - you can describe the deal as a merger. We continue with the same service as before, but our offer becomes significantly more potent thanks to our new owners" says John Hamilton, partner in Navigo Partners who now becomes part of Lincoln International. Any purchase price is not communicated
- Norway -
IAG hires JP Morgan to assist for a possible Norwegian bid (e24)
British Airways owner IAG hires JP Morgan to find funding for a possible Norwegian bid. According to Bloomberg, a bid may amount to around EUR 4.4bn on a debt-free basis. It is equivalent to around NOK 42bn, which is far higher than the available offer at around NOK 23bn reported last week.
- Finland -
No news to report