Melker Schörling AB (MSAB), Investment Latour and SäkI AB have left the EMSL Interessenter consortium led by EQT, and announced that they will no longer be part of the SEK 10.1bn offer for Securitas Direct. In a letter to the Independent Committee, MSAB, Latour and Säkl states that they"will not support a change of the capital structure of Securitas Direct in case the offer from ESML Intressenter should be withdrawn and Securitas Direct continues as a publicly listed company". The committee is currently searching for other potential buyers for Securitas Direct, but so far has not been approached by a competing offer to the one submitted by EQT.
Software developer, which works on an AI-backed optical character recognition program, is opening a US-based subsidiary
GP plans to form a new care home group with six further facilities bought from Convico
Pantheon offers regional primary fund programmes, secondaries, and co-investment
Portobello Structured Partnership I will target minority stakes in mid-market companies