Go to deals
Industrial Machinery & Components | Private Equity

Stageline Mobile Stage Inc. has sold a majority stake to Roynat Capital and Fonds FTQ

The shareholders of Stageline Mobile Stage Inc. (Stageline) a leading Canadian-based company engaged in the design, manufacturing,
distribution and leasing of high-quality mobile stages, have sold a majority stake in the company to Roynat Capital, Fonds de solidarité FTQ and the senior management team. Financial details have not been disclosed.

Stageline manufactures and leases a complete product lineup, offering tailor-made solutions for local and international businesses. The company has been in the industry for over two decades and has earned a strong reputation for the quality and safety of its products. Over the years, Stageline’s R&D team has acquired signifi cant know-how in developing advanced stage technologies with a view to designing structures able to withstand winds of up to 175km/h.

Roynat Capital, Inc. owns the private equity firm Roynat Equity Partners, which specializes in providing growth and equity capital to mid-market companies based in Canada. Its flexible investment structures include common equity, preferred equity and convertible debt, and can be part of a complete financing solution provided by Roynat Capital, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Scotiabank.

The Fonds de Solidarité FTQ is a capital development fund that channels Quebecers’ savings into investments. With US$13.7 billion in net assets as of 30 November 2017, the Fonds has helped create and maintain over 186,440 jobs. FTQ has more than 2,700 partner companies and over 645,000 shareholder savers.

Oaklins' team in Canada acted as the exclusive advisor to the seller in this transaction.

Parties

Talk to the deal team

Fausto Levy

Principal
Montreal, Canada
Oaklins E. Canada

Sebastien Nadeau

Managing Partner
Montreal, Canada
Oaklins E. Canada

Related deals

Ñaming, SL has been acquired by DeA Capital S.p.A.
Private Equity | Food & Beverage

Ñaming, SL has been acquired by DeA Capital S.p.A.

Spain’s leading producer of sandwiches, fresh and ultra-fresh products, Ñaming, has sold a majority stake to Italian fund DeA Capital.

Learn more
UniKidz has partnered with Karmijn Kapitaal
Private Equity | Consumer & Retail

UniKidz has partnered with Karmijn Kapitaal

Karmijn Kapitaal has acquired a majority stake in UniKidz, a talent development organization that provides a scientifically-based developmental approach through high-quality childcare. Through the partnership with Karmijn Kapitaal, UniKidz can take the next step in bringing their unique concept to even more children.

Learn more
INNOTEX has been acquired by Clearspring Capital Partners
Private Equity | Other Industries

INNOTEX has been acquired by Clearspring Capital Partners

INNOTEX, a manufacturer of personal protective equipment for firefighters and first responders, has completed a strategic partnership with Clearspring Capital Partners.

Learn more