Advisor to Interdan Bil on the acquisition of a majority shareholding in QuickPot
ATRIUM acted as financial advisor to Interdan Bil on the acquisition of a majority shareholding in QuickPot.
The former majority-owner of QuickPot, Martin Pedersen, has decided to divest his 67% ownership interest in QuickPot, where Interdan Bil acquires 52% of the shares in QuickPot. In connection with the transaction, the current CEO and co-owner, Steen Haugaard Fransen, also increases his shareholding in the company from 33% to 48%.
QuickPot is a Danish chain of auto repair shops with 28 full-service workshops across most of Denmark. In total, there are over 130 trained mechanics and tire fitters as well as 25 apprentices employed. QuickPot is headquartered in Viborg, where the first workshop was opened in 1993.
Interdan’s acquisition of QuickPot is part of a strategic ambition to tap into the potential of the independent aftermarket.
ATRIUM acted as exclusive financial advisor to Interdan Bil in relation to the transaction.
"We are very pleased with the cooperation with ATRIUM. They have worked professionally and focused, and have with their significant transaction experience contributed to ensuring a successful acquisition within the independent aftermarket"
Kenneth Hansen, CEO, Interdan Bil