Anticimex, a global pest control firm, is the first investment in €67 billion ($81 billion) Swedish private equity giant EQT's longer-hold strategy.
The transaction, where the selling party is the EQT VI fund, has an enterprise value of SEK 60 billion ($7.2 billion) and involves several long-term investors, such as Melker Schörling AB (MSAB), who will be the second largest shareholder, as well as GIC, AMF, Interogo Holding Long-Term Equity and Alecta.
The new longer hold strategy is focused on having a positive impact on societal and environmental problems . . .
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