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    • Recommended voluntary public cash offer to Saferoad shareholders (NO) by FSN Capital V (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 3.1 billion

      Recommended voluntary public cash offer to Saferoad shareholders (NO) by FSN Capital V (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 3.1 billion

      Carnegie acts financial adviser to FSN Capital V in recommended voluntary public cash offer to Saferoad shareholders. Saferoad is a leading supplier of road safety and road infrastructure solutions in Europe. Pending.

    • Placing of shares in Eltel (SE) — SEK 146 million

      Placing of shares in Eltel (SE) — SEK 146 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the placing of 6.5 million shares in Eltel, on behalf of Zeres Capital, at a price of SEK 22.50 per share. Eltel is a leading northern European supplier of technical services for critical infrastructure networks – infranets. June 2018.

    • Divestment of Evac (FI) to Bridgepoint (UK) by IK Investment Partners (SE) – Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of Evac (FI) to Bridgepoint (UK) by IK Investment Partners (SE) – Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as joint financial adviser to IK Investment Partners in the divestment of Evac to funds managed by Bridgepoint. Evac is the world leading provider of integrated waste, wastewater, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries. October 2017.

    • Senior secured floating rate bond issue by European Energy A/S (DK) — EUR 60 million

      Senior secured floating rate bond issue by European Energy A/S (DK) — EUR 60 million

      Carnegie acted as as joint bookrunner in European Energy’s EUR 60 million senior secured floating rate bond issue. European Energy develops, finances, constructs and operates wind and solar farms. June 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Saferoad Holding ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 1.6 billion

      Initial public offering of Saferoad Holding ASA (NO) on Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 1.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint bookrunner in the initial public offering of Saferoad Holding ASA on Oslo Stock Exchange. Saferoad Holding ASA  is a leading road safety and road infrastructure solutions provider in Northern, Central and Eastern Europe. May 2017.

    • Initial public offering of Sdiptech AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 575 million

      Initial public offering of Sdiptech AB (SE) on Nasdaq First North Premier — SEK 575 million

      Carnegie acted as sole global co-ordinator and bookrunner in the initial public offering of Sdiptech on Nasdaq First North Premier. Sdiptech is a group within the technical industry with main focus on urban infrastructure. May 2017.

    • Rights issue in Rejlers AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Rights issue in Rejlers AB (SE) — SEK 200 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and financial adviser in the SEK 200 million rights issue in Rejlers. Rejlers is one of the largest technical consultancy firms in the Nordic region, providing technical consultancy services in the areas of Building, Energy, Industry and Infrastructure. April 2017.

    • Directed new share issue in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 380 million

      Directed new share issue in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 380 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the directed new share issue of 9,380,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 40.50 per share. Scatec Solar is an integrated independent solar power producer, delivering affordable, rapidly deployable and sustainable source of clean energy worldwide. March 2017.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 339 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 339 million

      Carnegie acted as sole bookrunner in the secondary placing of 9,768,657 shares in Scatec Solar ASA on behalf of Itochu Corporation. Itochu Corporation no longer holds any shares in Scatec Solar.May 2016.

    • Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar (NO) — NOK 672 million

      Secondary placing of shares in Scatec Solar (NO) — NOK 672 million

      Carnegie acted as joint bookrunner in the secondary placing of 16 million shares in Scatec Solar at a price of NOK 42 per share. The placing was made on behalf of Scatec AS and Itochu Corporation. Scatec Solar is an integrated independent solar power producer, delivering affordable, rapidly deployable and sustainable source of clean energy worldwide. November 2015.

    • Combined new share issue and sale of treasury shares in NRC Group ASA (NO) — NOK 185 million

      Combined new share issue and sale of treasury shares in NRC Group ASA (NO) — NOK 185 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint bookrunner in the placement of 4,375,000 new shares and 250,000 treasury shares. NRC Group is a leading company within the Nordic infrastructure market. The group operates within two business segments, Rail and Geo. November 2015.

    • Initial public offering of Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 794 million

      Initial public offering of Scatec Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 794 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the initial public offering of Scatec Solar ASA on Oslo Stock Exchange. Scatec Solar is an integrated independent solar power producer, aiming to make solar a sustainable and affordable source of energy worldwide. October 2014.

    • Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 114 million

      Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 114 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to EAM Solar in the acquisition of a portfolio of solar power plants. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts, with an initial focus on solar power plants in Italy.July 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in EAM Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 220 million

      Directed new share issue in EAM Solar ASA (NO) — NOK 220 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the contemplated directed new share issue. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts. January 2014.
    • Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 115 million

      Acquisition of portfolio of solar power plants by EAM Solar ASA (NO) — Enterprise value EUR 115 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to EAM Solar in the acquisition of solar power plants. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts. January 2014.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 612 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 612 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the DKK 612 million secondary offering of shares in Vestas Wind Systems, equal to 1.96% of the company's share capital, representing Schouw & Co’s entire holding. Vestas is the only global energy company dedicated exclusively to wind energy. December 2013.
    • Divestment of DONG Energy’s office in Gentofte (DK) to ATP (DK) — DKK 1.9 billion

      Divestment of DONG Energy’s office in Gentofte (DK) to ATP (DK) — DKK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to DONG Energy in the divestment of DONG Energy’s office in Gentofte to ATP. DONG Energy is one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe, active within procuring, producing, distributing and trading energy and associated products across Northern Europe. December 2013.

    • Acquisition of 100 per cent of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio (DK) by SE (DK) and PFA Pension (DK) — DKK 760 million
      Acquisition of 100 per cent of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio (DK) by SE (DK) and PFA Pension (DK) — DKK 760 million

      Acquisition of 100 per cent of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio (DK) by SE (DK) and PFA Pension (DK) — DKK 760 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to SE and PFA Pension in the acquisition of DONG Energy’s onshore wind portfolio. SE is the third largest energy company in Denmark, and one of the largest Danish providers of internet access, TV and telecommunication. PFA Pension is the largest commercial pension fund in Denmark with more than 650,000 private customers and more than 10,000 corporate customers. June 2013.

    • Initial public offering of EAM Solar ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 123 million

      Initial public offering of EAM Solar ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 123 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of EAM Solar on Oslo Axess. EAM Solar’s business is to own solar power plants under long-term electricity sales contracts. March 2013.
    • Listing of Etrion Corporation (CA) on NASDAQ OMX — Amount not applicable

      Listing of Etrion Corporation (CA) on NASDAQ OMX — Amount not applicable

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the listing of Etrion Corporation on the NASDAQ OMX. Etrion Corporation is a solar power producer that develops, builds, owns and operates solar power plants in Italy. Etrion is also listed on the Canadian TSX Exchange. November, 2010.
    • Secondary placing of 18 million shares in Renewable Energy Corporation (NO) — NOK 635 million

      Secondary placing of 18 million shares in Renewable Energy Corporation (NO) — NOK 635 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book runner in the secondary placing of 18 million shares in Renewable Energy Corporation, at a price of NOK 35.30 per share. The seller was Hafslund Venture AS. November, 2009.
    • Private placements in Arise Windpower (SE) — SEK 330 million

      Private placements in Arise Windpower (SE) — SEK 330 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in three private placements of new shares, totalling SEK 330 million. Arise Windpower sells and markets electricity generated by land-based wind turbines, managing the entire business cycle from planning and prospecting to financing, construction and operation. Arise Windpower's goal is to have 300 large-scale wind turbines in operation producing 2 TWh of electricity per annum by 2014. January – June, 2008.
    • Divestment of Aktiv Gruppen (DK) to Olicom (DK) by EuroTrust A/S (DK) – DKK 969 million

      Divestment of Aktiv Gruppen (DK) to Olicom (DK) by EuroTrust A/S (DK) – DKK 969 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to EuroTrust A/S in the divestment of its property division, Aktiv Gruppen, to Olicom. Besides the property activities, EuroTrust A/S is a leading European renewable power producer. EuroTrust A/S is listed on AIM. Aktiv Gruppen has a strong portfolio of primarily residential and leisure property development projects for construction over the next 10 to 15 years in Denmark and Norway. June, 2008.
    • Private placement of shares in EOS Russia (SE)  – SEK 2.15 billion

      Private placement of shares in EOS Russia (SE) – SEK 2.15 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the private placement of shares in EOS Russia towards Swedish and international institutional investors. EOS Russia is an investment company. The overall objective of the company is to offer attractive returns via investments in the Russian utility sector. May, 2008.
    • Asset swap with Vattenfall of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Asset swap with Vattenfall of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to DONG in the asset swap with Vattenfall of shares in Elsam. July, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Københavns Energi (incl. 34 per cent stake in Energi E2) (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.5 billion

      Acquisition of Københavns Energi (incl. 34 per cent stake in Energi E2) (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 10.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to DONG in the acquisition of Københavns Energi (incl. 34 per cent stake of Energi E2). Energi E2 is the second largest producer of electricity and heat in Denmark. May, 2006.
    • Acquisition of Energi E2 (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 17 billion

      Acquisition of Energi E2 (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 17 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to DONG in the acquisition of Energi E2. Energi E2 is the second largest producer of electricity and heat in Denmark. May, 2006.

    • Divestment of Mjøskraft AS (NO) by Hafslund ASA (NO) to Eidsiva energi Holding AS (NO) — NOK 588 million

      Divestment of Mjøskraft AS (NO) by Hafslund ASA (NO) to Eidsiva energi Holding AS (NO) — NOK 588 million

      Carnegie acted as broker in the divestment of Hafslund's shares in Mjøkraft to Eidsiva energi Holding. Mjøkraft is a medium size regional downstream electricity company based in Gjøvik, Oppland. Mjøskraft is a considerable distribution grid owner and electricity retailer in and around Gjøvik. September, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Tallinna Vesi (EE) — EUR 55.5 million

      Initial public offering of Tallinna Vesi (EE) — EUR 55.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Tallinna Vesti (Tallin Water) on the Tallin Stock Exchange, responsible for selling into the Nordic region. Estonian retail investors and Baltic institutional investors each acquired 20 per cent of the six million shares put up for sale. Scandinavian investors bought 29 per cent and other European investors acquired 31 per cent. There was a sevenfold oversubscription in the institutional offering. June, 2005.
    • Acquisition of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 3.2 billion

      Acquisition of shares in Elsam (DK) by DONG (DK) — DKK 3.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to DONG in the acquisitions of shares in Elsam. DONG increased in 2004 its ownership from 3 per cent to 22 per cent in Elsam. Dong is a leading energy company in Denmark, with business activities in exploration, production, trade in oil and natural gas, distribution and storage of gas and production of renewable energy. 2004.
    • Divestment of 34 per cent of Espoon Sähkö (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Divestment of 34 per cent of Espoon Sähkö (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to the City of Espoo in the sale of 34 per cent of Espoon Sähkö. Espoon Sähkö is one of the largest electricity distributors in Finland. Additionally, Espoon Sähkö supplies district heating for the regions of the City of Espoo and the City of Joensuu. September, 2001.
    • Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 413 million

      Secondary offering of shares in Vestas (DK) — DKK 413 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the secondary offering of shares in Vestas (producer of windmill generators), with a value of DKK 413 million. May, 2001.
    • Gullspång Kraft AB's (SE) acquisition of Skandinaviska Elverk (SE) — SEK 7.3 billion

      Gullspång Kraft AB's (SE) acquisition of Skandinaviska Elverk (SE) — SEK 7.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Gullspångs Kraft AB in the acquisition of the Swedish company Skandinaviska Elverk from Incentive AB in July 1996. July, 1996.
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