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Stirling Square, TA and Macquarie Capital, through Giant BidCo, announce a recommended public cash offer of SEK 46 to the shareholders of Byggfakta | News & Events

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The Goodwin Private Equity team is advising a consortium comprising Stirling Square, TA Associates and Macquarie Capital, in its recommended public offer to acquire all shares in Byggfakta Group Nordic HoldCo AB (“Byggfakta”) for SEK 46 in cash per share. The Offer values all the shares in Byggfakta, which are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, at 10.1 billion SEK (US$986 million).

Byggfakta is a leading provider of data, insights, and software solutions for the global construction industry. The company operates in over 20 countries and employs more than 2,000 people.

Stirling Square is a leading pan-European mid-market private equity firm based in London. Stirling Square has extensive experience investing in the Nordics. Its current portfolio includes Infobric, Assist24, Logent and SAR. Founded in 2002, Stirling Square is a partner to leading European mid-market businesses, with over 20-year track record of investing with conviction in market-leading platforms in the EUR 100 million to EUR 500 million enterprise value range.

TA is a leading global private equity firm founded in 1968. TA manages over USD 50 billion of capital (having raised over USD 65 billion since inception) and has completed over 560 investments. Since opening its London office in 2003, TA has invested over USD 10 billion in 58 companies across EMEA, many of which have been successfully exited to date.

Macquarie Capital is the advisory, capital markets and principal investment arm of Macquarie Group, a diversified financial group providing clients with asset management, finance, banking, advisory and risk and capital solutions across debt, equity, and commodities. Founded in 1969, Macquarie Group is active across 34 markets and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

The Goodwin team was led by Carl Bradshaw and included Angus Simpson, Laura Antuna-Ortega (PE M&A, London), Hugh O’Sullivan, Nadim Islam and Amber Bagshaw (Finance, London), Eram Khan, Sophie Entwisle and Alex Jobson (Antitrust, London), Dulcie Daly (Tax, London), Andrew Henderson (Financial Regulatory), Steve Clemens and Howard Cubell (US Tax) and Radoslaw Michalak (US Capital Markets).

For more information please see press release.

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