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APG-Neuros has sold an equity position to Export Development Canada

The owner of APG-Neuros, a company based in Québec, Canada, has sold an equity position to the Private Equity division of Export Development Canada (EDC).

APG-Neuros is recognized as the force behind the successful introduction of the high-efficiency turbo blower technology to the water and wastewater treatment market in North America, Europe and the Middle-East, modernizing an aging industry. APG-Neuros cleantech turbo blowers are used in a variety of industrial applications and wastewater treatment processes, with over 5,000 units installed worldwide.

EDC is a financial crown corporation dedicated to supporting and developing Canada’s export trade. It is a self-financing institution that operates independently from the government. Since 2012, EDC has facilitated more than US$6 billion in cleantech business in 114 countries. EDC's investment team manage an investment portfolio in Canadian and international companies and funds with aggregate commitments totaling approximately US$2 billion. Its direct investment in private companies provides a patient capital solution to business owners to help support organic growth and/or acquisition initiatives.

Oaklins' team in Canada acted as advisor to the seller and the management team of APG-Neuros in the preparation of the sale process and due diligence, the approach and parallel negotiations with potential buyers, and assisted them until closing.

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Contacts clés pour transactions

Fausto Levy

Canada

Chef de la direction

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Denis Chaurette

Canada

Conseiller principal

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Guillaume Poulin

Canada

Associé

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Yann-Cedric Gouedan

Canada

Analyste

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