Nordic M&A News
June 11, 2018

- Denmark -

Herman Miller inc. buys one-third of the Danish company Hay (Borsen)

Herman Miller inc. has bought one-third of the shares of Danish company Hay from Troels Holch Povlsen. The company has paid DKK 416m for their share which corresponds to a valuation of the company Hay at DKK 1.2bn. CEO Henrik Steensgaard says that Herman Miller is the perfect partner for Hay and that this is a very good opportunity for increasing the sale in North America. 

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- Sweden -

Colligent buys credit portfolio (Realtid)

Colligent buys a larger portfolio of Swedish consumer credits with a claim amount of SEK 500m. The deal is expected to have a positive earnings effect from the second quarter of 2018. CEO of Colligent, Susanne Bruce states in a press release that the deal is an important step in their strategy of becoming a comprehensive service provider to the Nordic banking and finance market. 

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Segulah acquires Pelly Group (Realtid)

The venture capital firm Segulah buys the small scale company Pelly Group AB from Fouriertransform and minority shareholders. Pelly is a leading supplier and producer of products and solutions for the kitchen and storage industry. They operate under the brands Pelly, Mirro and LG Collection and has more than 300 employees. In 2017, the company reportes revenue of approx. SEK 450m.

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- Norway -

No news to report

 

- Finland -

No news to report

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