Nordic M&A News
May 25, 2018

- Denmark -

Nordic Capital is looking to invest in Danish companies (Finans)

Nordic Capital's new DKK 32bn fund will partially be used on acquisitions in Denmark, according to Berlingske Business. Danish investors are accounting for DKK 2.5bn in Nordic Capital newest fund. They are planning to buy 15-17 companies of which Lars Terney is expecting more investments to be in Danish companies.   

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- Sweden -

No news to report

- Norway -

Ryanair showed interest in Norwegian last year (Dagens Næringsliv)

Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos confirms to Reuters that Ryanair showed interest last year, and approached them with a proposal to take a stake of about 20 percent in Norwegian. However, Ryanair disputes this statement and says to Reuters that there is no truth to these claims. 

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- Finland -

Hansel and KL-Kuntahankinnat merges (Kuntatekniikka)

State-owned procurement unit Hansen and the national join procurement unit KL-Kintahankinnat merges and will start operating accordingly in early 2019. 

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