Vinge advises Irisity in conjunction with the acquisition of Agent Vi and a directed share issue

September 03, 2021

Vinge has advised Irisity AB (publ) in connection with its acquisition of all shares in the Israeli company Agent Video Intelligence Ltd for a purchase price of approximately SEK 580 million.

The purchase price shall be paid in cash, and in part by way of newly issued shares in Irisity. Closing is subject to a resolution adopted at Irisity’s extraordinary general meeting to authorise the board of directors to adopt a resolution concerning a non-cash issue.

In connection with the closing of the transaction, Vinge advised Irisity regarding a directed share issue that was performed as an accelerated bookbuilding arranged by Erik Penser Bank at a subscription price of SEK 49. Irisity received SEK 130 million before issue costs.

Vinge’s team consisted of Anders StridAnna Ståhlklo (M&A), Edin Agic (ECM) and Adrian Filipovic (ECM). S. Horowitx&Co acted as legal counsel in Israel in connection with the acquisition.

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