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    • Loan facility provided by Proventus Capital Partners (SE) in Santa Fe Group (DK) — EUR 40 million

      Loan facility provided by Proventus Capital Partners (SE) in Santa Fe Group (DK) — EUR 40 million

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Santa Fe Group in obtaining a loan facility provided by Proventus Capital Partners. Carnegie structured, arranged and placed the EUR 40 million loan facility, which will refinance existing loan facilities during Q1 2018. March 2018.

    • Rights issue in RenoNorden (NO) — NOK 350 million

      Rights issue in RenoNorden (NO) — NOK 350 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the fully underwritten NOK 350 million rights issue in RenoNorden. RenoNorden is the Nordic region’s leading private waste collection and transportation company, providing services to over five million people across four countries. February 2017.

    • Combined Debt/Equity investment from Via Venture Partners and ATP in Neas Energy (DK) — DKK 500 million

      Combined Debt/Equity investment from Via Venture Partners and ATP in Neas Energy (DK) — DKK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Neas Energy in the combined Debt/Equity investment from Via Venture Partners and ATP. Neas Energy is an independent energy asset management company that provides physical and financial optimization of renewable and conventional energy assets operating on energy markets in Europe. June 2015.

    • Divestment of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) to Litorina IV (SE) by Axcel Fund III and the management of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) to Litorina IV (SE) by Axcel Fund III and the management of LGT Logistics Holding AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Axcel Fund III in the divestment of  LGT Logistics to Litorina IV. LGT Logistics is the leading provider of furniture logistics services in Scandinavia, with operations primarily based in Tibro, Bjärnum (both Sweden) and Horsens (Denmark). March 2015.

    • Divestment of LeanNova Group (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) by Fouriertransform AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed
      Divestment of LeanNova Group (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) by Fouriertransform AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of LeanNova Group (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) by Fouriertransform AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Fouriertransform AB, a company owned by the Swedish State, in the divestment of LeanNova Group to ÅF AB. LeanNova is an engineering service company located in Trollhättan, Sweden, created by former engineers from Saab Automobile AB, with a focus on the automotive industry. February 2015.

    • Initial public offering of RenoNorden (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange  – NOK  963 million

      Initial public offering of RenoNorden (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange – NOK 963 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the initial public offering of RenoNorden on Oslo Stock Exchange. RenoNorden is a leading player in the Nordic region within collection of household waste.December 2014.

    • Divestment of Vectura Consulting AB (SE) to Sweco AB (publ) (SE) by the Kingdom of Sweden — SEK 927 million

      Divestment of Vectura Consulting AB (SE) to Sweco AB (publ) (SE) by the Kingdom of Sweden — SEK 927 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the Kingdom of Sweden in the divestment of Vectura Consulting AB to Sweco AB. Vectura is the leading provider of technical consulting services regarding transportation infrastructure, such as railroads and highways, in Sweden. July 2013.
    • Divestment of Infratek ASA (NO) to Triton (SE) by Hafslund ASA (NO) and Fortum Nordic AB (SE) — NOK 0.9 billion

      Divestment of Infratek ASA (NO) to Triton (SE) by Hafslund ASA (NO) and Fortum Nordic AB (SE) — NOK 0.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Hafslund and Fortum in the divestment of 76.3% of Infratek to Triton. Infratek is one of the leading Nordic players within building, operating and securing of critical infrastructure. July 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 287 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 287 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary placing of 5,221,330 shares in Spectrum at a subscription price at NOK 55 per share. The vendors were Ferncliff DAI 1 AS, Gross Management AS and certain Spectrum ASA employees. Spectrum is an established pure-play Multi-Client services company. April 2013.
    • Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 188 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Spectrum ASA (NO) — NOK 188 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 3,965,181 shares in Spectrum at a subscription price at NOK 47.50 per share. The vendor was CGG Vertias. Spectrum is an established pure-play Multi-Client services company. February 2013.
    • Divestment of House of Coffee in Denmark and Norway to Sara Lee Corporation and Kaffehuset Friele by ISS (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of House of Coffee in Denmark and Norway to Sara Lee Corporation and Kaffehuset Friele by ISS (DK) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to ISS in the divestment of House of Coffee in Denmark and Norway. House of Coffee is a leading provider of coffee- and other vending machines, water cooling systems, ingredients as well as supporting supplies and services in the Danish and Norwegian markets. December, 2011.
    • Voluntary public offer for Satair A/S (DK) by Airbus SAS (FR) — DKK 2.5 billion

      Voluntary public offer for Satair A/S (DK) by Airbus SAS (FR) — DKK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie has provided a fairness opinion to the Board of Directors of Satair. Satair is among the world leaders in sales and distribution of spares for aircraft maintenance and provides a range of services that reduce costs in the supply chain. September, 2011.
    • Divestment of Energo AB (SE) by Bure Equity AB (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Divestment of Energo AB (SE) by Bure Equity AB (SE) to ÅF AB (SE) — SEK 300 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Bure in the divestment of Energo to ÅF. Energo is an independent provider of engineering consultancy services based in Sweden, with its competence and experience focus within Energy & Electric Power. The ÅF Group is a leader in technical consulting, with expertise founded on more than a century of experience. December, 2010.
    • Acquisition of BinSell (SE) by Havator (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of BinSell (SE) by Havator (FI) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Havator in the acquisition of BinSell. Havator is the leading mobile crane service and special transport company in the Nordic region, with annual turnover of EUR 77 million in 2009 and some 450 employees. November, 2010.

    • Acquisition and equity investment in Havator Group by CapMan – Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition and equity investment in Havator Group by CapMan – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Havator in the equity investment by CapMan Buyout IX Fund. Havator is the leading mobile crane service and special transport company in the Nordic region, with annual turnover of EUR 77 million in 2009 and some 450 employees. June, 2010.
    • Disposal of access in Havator platform business to Ramirent – Amount not applicable

      Disposal of access in Havator platform business to Ramirent – Amount not applicable

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Havator in disposal of access platform business to Ramirent. Havator is the leading mobile crane service and special transport company in the Nordic region, with annual turnover of EUR 77 million in 2009 and some 450 employees. Ramirent is the leading company in the Nordic countries, and in Central and Eastern Europe in machinery and equipment rentals for construction and industry. May, 2010.
    • Divestment of Envirotainer AB (SE) by Stiftelsen Industrifonden, Lyftet Holding BV and other shareholders to AAC Capital Partners (NL) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Envirotainer AB (SE) by Stiftelsen Industrifonden, Lyftet Holding BV and other shareholders to AAC Capital Partners (NL) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Envirotainer Holding in the divestment of Envirotainer AB to the Northern European buyout firm AAC Capital Partners. Envirotainer develops, manufactures and rents out air cargo containers with active temperature control through a global network of stations, all located at major airports, where containers can be picked up and returned. December, 2009.
    • Divestment of LGT Logistics (SE) by Litorina Kapital (SE) to Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of LGT Logistics (SE) by Litorina Kapital (SE) to Axcel (DK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Litorina Kapital in the divestment of LGT Logistics to a company controlled by the Danish private equity house Axcel. The LGT Logistics Group operations are focused on logistics services for the furniture industry, with its main operating facilities in Sweden and Denmark. April, 2009.
    • Acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business (FI) by Hafslund Infratek ASA (NO) — NOK 327 million
      Acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business (FI) by Hafslund Infratek ASA (NO) — NOK 327 million

      Acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business (FI) by Hafslund Infratek ASA (NO) — NOK 327 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Hafslund Infratek and Fortum Oyj in Hafslund Infratek's acquisition of Fortum Oyj’s Infrastructure Service and Contracting business. Hafslund Infratek is a leading supplier of services related to developing, operating and securing critical infrastructure. Fortum Oyj is a leading power and heat company in the Nordic countries and around the Baltic Rim. January, 2009.

    • Public offer for IBS (SE) by Deccan Value Advisors (US)  — SEK 1.2 billion

      Public offer for IBS (SE) by Deccan Value Advisors (US) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to the Board of Directors of IBS in relation to the mandatory offer by Deccan Value Advisors, and delivered a fairness opinion in this respect. IBS is a leading provider of specialized business systems for specific industries such as publishing and book distribution, pharmaceutical distribution, electronics, paper, food and the automotive industry. August, 2008.
    • Initial public offering of Hafslund Infratek (NO) — NOK 283 million

      Initial public offering of Hafslund Infratek (NO) — NOK 283 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and sole book-runner in the initial public offering of Hafslund Infratek on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Hafslund Infratek is a leading turn-key supplier of services related to developing, operating and securing critical infrastructure in Norway and increasingly on a Nordic scale. December, 2007.
    • Divestment of EuroMaint AB (SE) to Ratos AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Divestment of EuroMaint AB (SE) to Ratos AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AB Swedcarrier, a company owned by the Swedish state, in the divestment of EuroMaint AB to Ratos AB. EuroMaint AB is the largest provider of repair and maintenance services on rail rolling stock in Sweden, and also provides maintenance services to the engineering industry. In 2006, EuroMaint AB had revenues of just over SEK 2 billion, and about 1,750 employees. August, 2007.
    • Divestment of SweMaint AB (SE) to Kockums Industrier AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 167 million

      Divestment of SweMaint AB (SE) to Kockums Industrier AB (SE) by AB Swedcarrier (SE) — SEK 167 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to AB Swedcarrier, a company owned by the Swedish state, in the divestment of SweMaint AB to Kockums Industrier AB. SweMaint AB is the largest provider of repair and maintenance services on rail freight cars in Sweden, with 275 employees and annual revenues of approximately SEK 400 million. June, 2007.
    • Public offer for NEA (SE) by Segulah (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion
      Public offer for NEA (SE) by Segulah (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Public offer for NEA (SE) by Segulah (SE) — SEK 1.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Segulah in the public offer for NEA. NEA is one of Sweden’s largest electrical installers. NEA operates a combined electrical contracting and wholesale business. Repair shops for electrical equipment for the industry also exist as a complement. October, 2006.

    • Divestment of ABA Teknikpartner AB (SE) to Etteplan Oyi (FI) by ABA (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of ABA Teknikpartner AB (SE) to Etteplan Oyi (FI) by ABA (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of ABA Teknikpartner AB (SE) to Etteplan Oyi (FI) by ABA (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to ABA in the divestment of ABA Teknikpartner to Etteplan Oyi. ABA Teknikpartner is a leading Swedish technology consultancy company targeting the Swedish automotive industry. Etteplan Oyj is one of Finland's leading engineering design companies and supplies high-quality design services for the production and product development processes of industrial technology. May, 2006.

    • Public offer for KOMPAN A/S (DK) by Nordic Capital (DK) — DKK 739 million

      Public offer for KOMPAN A/S (DK) by Nordic Capital (DK) — DKK 739 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the board of directors of KOMPAN in the tender offer from Nordic Capital to acquire KOMPAN. KOMPAN is a world-leading supplier of playgrounds and related equipment. June, 2005.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Proffice (SE) — SEK 155 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Proffice (SE) — SEK 155 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the secondary placing of 6.5 million shares in Proffice, representing almost 10 per cent of the company's capital. Proffice provides flexible staffing solutions such as temporary staffing, recruiting, outsourcing and career and development programs. February, 2004.
    • Divestment of TrainTech Engineering Sweden AB (SE) to Interfleet Technology Ltd (UK) by EuroMaint AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of TrainTech Engineering Sweden AB (SE) to Interfleet Technology Ltd (UK) by EuroMaint AB (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to EuroMaint AB, the leading provider of maintenance and rebuilding services for railroad rolling stock in Sweden, in the divestment of TrainTech Engineering Sweden AB, the leading provider of consulting services related to railroad rolling stock in Sweden, to Interfleet Technology Ltd. October, 2003.
    • Divestment of Scanvan Group (SE) to Sirva Europe Ltd. (UK) by NSG Logistics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Scanvan Group (SE) to Sirva Europe Ltd. (UK) by NSG Logistics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Scanvan Group (SE) to Sirva Europe Ltd. (UK) by NSG Logistics (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to NSG Logistics and Procuritas Partners, in the divestment of Scanvan Group, a leading provider of high-quality domestic and international relocation services to corporations, governments and consumers in the Scandinavian countries. NSG is owned by Procuritas, a private equity company, managing funds in excess of SEK 3 billion for regional and global institutional investors. June, 2003.

    • Acquisition of Bautas (NO) by Ramirent (FI) — NOK 885 million
      Acquisition of Bautas (NO) by Ramirent (FI) — NOK 885 million

      Acquisition of Bautas (NO) by Ramirent (FI) — NOK 885 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Ramirent in the acquisition of Bautas, Norway's largest equipment rental company. September, 2002.

    • Debt financing for Ramirent (FI) / Bautas (NO) — EUR 112 million

      Debt financing for Ramirent (FI) / Bautas (NO) — EUR 112 million

      In addition to the M&A advisory to Ramirent in the acquisition of Bautas, Norway's largest equipment rental company, Carnegie advised on the debt financing supporting the transaction. September, 2002.
    • Divestment of TraffiCare AB (SE) to ISS (DK) — SEK 115 million

      Divestment of TraffiCare AB (SE) to ISS (DK) — SEK 115 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to SwedCarrier, a holding company owned by the Swedish state, in the divestment of TraffiCare AB to ISS, the Danish facility service company. August, 2001.
    • Rights issue in C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA (NO) — NOK 125 million

      Rights issue in C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA (NO) — NOK 125 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA’s rights issue. C.TYBRING-GJEDDE ASA is a leading corporate office supply provider in the Scandinavian market. July, 2001.
    • Divestment of Nordisk Parkering (SE) to Bridgepoint Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment of Nordisk Parkering (SE) to Bridgepoint Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of Nordisk Parkering (SE) to Bridgepoint Capital (UK) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to UBS Capital in the divestment of Nordisk Parkering to Bridgepoint Capital. Nordisk Parkering is the largest privately owned car park operator in the Nordic region. June, 2001.

    • Adecco SA’s (CH) acquisition of the remaining stake in Olsten Personal Norden (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Adecco SA’s (CH) acquisition of the remaining stake in Olsten Personal Norden (NO) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as sole adviser to Norsk Personal Gruppen (NPG) in the sale of its 49 per cent stake in Olsten Personal Norden, a leading Nordic staffing services provider to Swiss Adecco. March, 2001.
    • Initial public offering of Jobline International (SE) — SEK 700 million

      Initial public offering of Jobline International (SE) — SEK 700 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Jobline International on Stockholmsbörsen. Jobline International is one of Europe’s largest online professional search companies. September, 2000.
    • New share issue in CityMail AB (SE) — SEK 61 million

      New share issue in CityMail AB (SE) — SEK 61 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to CityMail AB in its rights issue. CityMail AB distributes computer-addressed and pre-sorted mail and also operates within computer-based address management, logistics and related services. June, 2000.
    • Divestment by Industri Kapital (SE) of Cramo (SE) — Amount not disclosed.
      Divestment by Industri Kapital (SE) of Cramo (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment by Industri Kapital (SE) of Cramo (SE) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Industri Kapital in the sale of Addum Intressenter, the holding company for Cramo, to the Dutch company Geveke and a Dutch institutional investor. Cramo is one of the major players in the northern part of Europe in business-to-business rental of equipment. June, 2000.

    • Acquisition of Høie AS (NO) by Mascot Berg (NO) — NOK 80 million

      Acquisition of Høie AS (NO) by Mascot Berg (NO) — NOK 80 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser in Mascot Berg’s acquisition of Høie AS from Sagatex. December, 1999.
    • Initial public offering of Proffice (SE) — SEK 428 million

      Initial public offering of Proffice (SE) — SEK 428 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the initial public offering of the Swedish staffing company Proffice. Proffice has more than 10,000 employees throughout the Nordic region and provides staffing solutions such as temporary staffing, recruiting, outsourcing and career and development programs. October, 1999.
    • Divestment of SAQ (SE) by the Kingdom of Sweden (SE) to Det Norske Veritas (NO) — SEK 277 million
      Divestment of SAQ (SE) by the Kingdom of Sweden (SE) to Det Norske Veritas (NO) — SEK 277 million

      Divestment of SAQ (SE) by the Kingdom of Sweden (SE) to Det Norske Veritas (NO) — SEK 277 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the Kingdom of Sweden in the divestment of SAQ to Det Norske Veritas. SAQ is the leading technical inspection company in the Nordic region, with operations covering inspection, testing, certification and technical counseling. July, 1999.

    • Acquisition of Lexel Holding A/S (DK) by Groupe Schneider (FR) — DKK 6.7 billion
      Acquisition of Lexel Holding A/S (DK) by Groupe Schneider (FR) — DKK 6.7 billion

      Acquisition of Lexel Holding A/S (DK) by Groupe Schneider (FR) — DKK 6.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint adviser to Groupe Schneider in the acquisition, through a negotiated transaction, of Lexel Holding A/S, a company active in the field of electrical installation material, from NKT Holding A/S (DK) and Ahlstrom Corporation Oy (FI). June, 1999.

    • Acquisition of Marius Pedersen (DK) by Waste Management (US) — DKK 500 million
      Acquisition of Marius Pedersen (DK) by Waste Management (US) — DKK 500 million

      Acquisition of Marius Pedersen (DK) by Waste Management (US) — DKK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Waste Management in the acquisition of all outstanding B shares in the Danish listed company, Marius Pedersen. Marius Pedersen operates within environmental services and construction/maintenance of roads. May, 1999.

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