On September 29, the listed investment company Israel Corp announced its intention to take at least a 15 per cent stake in AKVA group. At the same time, the duo will collaborate to attract investments for land-based aquaculture projects based on the equipment manufacturer’s solutions and technology.
With this backdrop, IC’s stockbroker, DNB Markets, submitted a bid of NOK 96.50 per share. The offer period has now expired.
The result shows, according to a stock exchange announcement on Tuesday morning, that IC has acquired a total of 6.6 million shares in the Norwegian equipment supplier.
Egersund Group continues to hold the majority of shares in AKVA group.