Inteno Group AB, a fast-growing supplier of products and software solutions for fiber-based infrastructure and data communications, has found renewed ownership in an investment consortium group led by Accent Equity 2017.
Inteno Group is a leading supplier of user-friendly and easy-to-install products for fiber- speed broadband in the home through its subsidiary Genexis, and has created a unique position by developing a world-leading operating system for broadband products in the connected home through its subsidiary IOPSYS. From 2016 to 2022, the company’s revenue increased on average by 19% per year and Inteno Group expects to reach more than 1 billion SEK turnover in 2022. Accent Equity has renewed its commitment, as a consortium led by the investment fund Accent Equity 2017 has acquired Inteno Group from Accent Equity 2012 and a number of minority shareholders. Inteno Group’s management team will co-invest alongside Accent Equity. The consortium also comprises Unigestion S.A. and Simac Techniek NV.
Capitium advised the founder and minority shareholder.
Koolen Industries, together with a number of other tech entrepreneurs and investors, has invested €30 million in technology platform for off-street parking ParkBee.
ParkBee is Europe’s leading digital car parking platform, that provides consumers easily accessible offstreet parking options and helps cities & property owners to better utilize their urban spaces. The strengthening of ParkBee’s share capital ensures that the company can expand to France and Ireland. ParkBee is currently active in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany and Belgium.
Koolen Industries’ mission is to make clean energy and clean mobility the new normal for everyone. Available. Attainable. Affordable. Koolen Industries invests in cleantech companies and enables its group companies to perform and co-create. By working together in the group and with outside partners, Koolen Industries delivers integral turn-key clean energy & mobility solutions to customers through a one-stop-shop concept.
The Stedin Group announced today that the Executive Board, Supervisory Board and Shareholders’ Committee of Stedin Group have reached agreement to submit a request to its shareholders to contribute EUR 200mln of new capital in the form of preference shares.
Capitium advised the Shareholders’ Committee on all aspects of the proposed transaction. The Shareholders’ Committee represents the 44 shareholders of the company.
Stedin Group consists of five different business units: grid operator Stedin, NetVerder and DNWG Group. DNWG Group is a grid operator consisting of two divisions: grid operator Enduris and infrastructure company DNWG. Stedin was spun out of the Eneco Group prior to Eneco’s privatisation and sale to a consortium led by Mitsubishi.
Hydreco and Ennatuurlijk have agreed the sale of 5 ATES projects serving 1400 households in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant for an undisclosed sum. See press release.
Hydreco is a 100% subsidiary of Brabant Water, the water supply company. Ennatuurlijk supplies heat to 85.000 households and 1200 companies in the Netherlands. Ennatuurlijk’s shareholders are PGGM (80%) and Veolia (20%).
Today Mollie announces the closing of 90 million Euro (US$100 million) in its Series B funding round, taking the total amount raised by the company to 115 million Euro. The round was led by TCV, one of the largest growth equity investors focused on technology. Mollie will use the funding to accelerate international expansion and invest in product and engineering: press release.
Capitium’s Joes Leopold is a board member and investor in Mollie.
Capitium advises the City of Rotterdam on the proposed sale of all shares in Eneco to a consortium led by Mitsubishi for a total equity value of EUR 4.1 billion.
The Consortium has made an all-cash binding offer for all shares in Eneco. The offer has a value of EUR 4.1 billion, excluding net debt (the equity value). In addition, the current shareholders will receive a regular dividend over financial year 2019 in Q2 2020 or in any case prior to completion of the proposed transaction.
The shares in Eneco are held by 44 Dutch municipalities. Shareholders that jointly represent more than 95% of the share capital have already decided that they intend to sell their shares in Eneco. The offer of the Consortium explicitly extends to all shares, including the shares of shareholders that have not yet expressed an intention to sell their shares. The proposed transaction will be definitive if shareholders together holding at least 75% of the issued and outstanding share capital of Eneco decide to sell their shares.
The City of Rotterdam is Eneco’s largest shareholder and chairs the committee of shareholders. Capitium has advised the City of Rotterdam since 2016 just before Eneco demerged its distribution network into Stedin. Capitium provided Rotterdam with advise on the full range of topics concerning the privatisation and sale of the company.
Mollie, a leading European online payment processor, has raised €25 million from a group of technology and payment entrepreneurs.
Based in Amsterdam, Mollie launched over a decade ago to offer affordable, simple and reliable online payments for companies of all sizes and now serves over 65,000 businesses in Europe through its internally developed, cloud-based platform. The company processes over €5bn payment volume annually and is growing rapidly.