Salvepar sells three portfolio holdings
Salvepar, an investment company which is 92 per cent owned by the Tikehau Group, has sold three of its holdings.
Salvepar conducts an active policy of minority and medium-term shareholding acquisitions in listed and non-listed companies.
The firm has accepted a firm and binding offer for its entire shareholding in Polygone SA from its co-founder Olivier Ginon for a total amount of EUR9.2m.
As a result of Qualium Investissement’s sale of its shareholding in Socotec to Cobepa (a Belgian investment company) and to funds managed by Five Arrows Managers, as well as to the management and employees, Salvepar’s mezzanine bonds (OBSA) were redeemed for EUR6.7m.
Salvepar has also sold its entire shareholding in STEF (a company listed on Euronext Paris) for an amount of EUR8m.
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