On February 16, 2021, Vallourec, a manufacturer of seamless tubes for the oil industry, appointed FINEXSI as an Independent expert to assess the fairness for the company’s shareholders of its proposed financial restructuring. This restructuring would include in particular a conversion of debts into equity as well as a capital increase.
On March 30, 2021, FINEXSI issued its report and its conclusions in the form of a fairness opinion on the terms and conditions of the proposed financial restructuring. This independent expert’s report is attached to the prospectus approved by the AMF.
In accordance with the « Règlement Général » of the « Autorité des Marchés Financiers » (the French Financial Markets regulatory authority), the Board of Directors of Suez appointed on February 24, 2021 Finexsi as an independent expert in the context of the public offer filed on February 8, 2021 by Veolia.
On the recommendation of the Monitoring Committee of the EUROPCAR MOBILITY GROUP and in view of the significant dilution that was expected to result from the capital increases planned in connection with the Company’s financial restructuring, the Company’s Supervisory Board decided on November 16, 2020 to appoint FINEXSI as independent expert, on a voluntary basis pursuant to Article 261-3 of the« Règlement Général » of the « Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) » (French Financial Markets Authority).
On December 28, 2020, FINEXSI issued its report and conclusion in the form of a fairness opinion on the terms and conditions of the financial restructuring project. This independent expert report is attached to the prospectus approved by the AMF.
On February 24, 2021, EUROPCAR MOBILITY GROUP announced the success of its financial restructuring.
In accordance with the provisions of Articles 261-1 I and II of the « Règlement Général » of the « Autorité des Marchés Financiers » (French Financial Markets Authority), FINEXSI, represented by Olivier Péronnet and Errick Uzzan, was appointed on October 26, 2020 as Independent Expert by the Board of Directors of DALET in connection with the proposed simplified tender offer initiated on DALET shares by Dalet Holding, controlled by Long Path Private Investment Partners I.
In this context, FINEXSI submitted its report to DALET’s Board of Directors on January 29, 2021. This report is attached to the draft reply memorandum which was filed by DALET with the AMF on February 1, 2021.
In relation to the PSA/FCA merger that led to the constitution of the Stellantis group, the world’s fourth largest automobile manufacturer, FINEXSI, represented by Olivier Péronnet, acted as merger appraiser appointed by the Nanterre Commercial Court. Other experts had to issue an opinion in accordance with the obligations in force in Holland, Italy and the United States. In the context of this assignment, FINEXSI issued the reports provided for by French law on the terms and conditions of the merger and on the value of the contributions. These reports as well as all the information documentation relating to the merger were made available to the shareholders whose meeting was held on January 4, 2021.
The 2021 ranking carried out by Décideurs Magazine – Groupe Leaders League about “Litigation & Arbitration” ranks FINEXSI as a “not-to-be-missed” key player in the following categories: “Shareholders’ litigation relating to listed companies and Fairness opinion” and “Shareholders’ litigation and Damage valuation”.
Alstom appointed Finexsi on a voluntary basis as an Independent Expert to assess the financial terms of the acquisition of Bombardier Transport and its fairness to the shareholders of Alstom. The terms and conditions of this transaction provide for Bombardier Inc and CDPQ to invest a portion of their sale proceeds in Alstom through capital increases reserved for their own benefit.
Finexsi’s fairness opinion was issued on September 27, 2020 and concludes on the fairness of the acquisition price of Bombardier Transportation and the terms and conditions of the reinvestment to be completed by the sellers in Alstom.
Pursuant to its simplified takeover bid on Antalis, the Japanese group Kokusai Pulp & Paper (KPP) held more than 95% of the share capital and voting rights of the Antalis packaging group. On November 5, 2020, KKP implemented a squeeze-out , as the conditions for such squeeze-out were met. In March 2020, Antalis’ ad hoc committee had appointed Finexsi as an Independent Expert to give its opinion on the fairness of the financial terms and conditions of the public offer and the subsequent squeeze-out in accordance with Articles 261-1 I and II of the « Règlement Général » of the « Autorité des Marchés Financiers » (French Financial Markets Authority).
In accordance with the provisions of article 261-1 I and II of the « Règlement Général » of the « Autorité des Marchés Financiers » (French Financial Markets Authority), FINEXSI, represented by Olivier Peronnet and Errick Uzzan, was appointed on October 26, 2020 as an Independent expert by the Board of Directors of DALET in connection with the proposed simplified tender offer initiated on the DALET shares by Dalet Holding, controlled by Long Path Private Investment Partners I.
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