EQT to buy majority stake in NAC

EQT has agreed to acquire Nordic Aviation Capital, a Denmark-based turboprop aircraft leasing company. KIRKBI Invest A/S is also co-investing. Although the exact sum of the deal was not disclosed, it will put NAC at a 3.3 billion valuation at its completion. As part of the transaction, Martin Møller, founder of NAC, will continue as both chairman and a “significant” shareholder. Rothschild, Clifford Chance, PwC and E&Y advised NAC while Goldman Sachs, Accura, Freshfields, Bain & Co, IBA and PwC advised EQT.


FSN to exit HusCompagniet

FSN Capital has agreed to sell Danish brick house retailer HusCompagniet to EQT. No financial terms were disclosed. FIH Partners, Accura and Deloitte advised FSN on the transaction.


EQT buys E.ON’s stake in EEW

EQT has acquired the remaining 49 percent stake that it did not own in EEW Energy from Waste. The seller was E.ON. No financial terms were disclosed. In March 2013, EQT bought a 51 percent stake in EEW, a European energy from waste company.


Munk out as TIA Technology’s CEO

TIA Technology, which is backed by EQT, said Friday that Liselotte Munk has left her position as CEO. Jakob Schou Meding was named TIA’s CEO. Meding most recently came from HP where he was a Managing Director in Denmark.

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