DNV Takes Over KEMA – A Strategic Takeover

Norwegian inspection and certification giant DNV (Det Norske Veritas) has acquired 74.3% of the shares of the leading Dutch classification and risk management company KEMA. The remaining share owners, Alliander and Cogas, retained their respective holdings of 25.4% and 0.3%. According to DNV and KEMA, the primary aim of the deal is to create DNV KEMA a world-leading consulting and certification company within the cleaner energy, sustainability, power generation, transmission and distribution sectors

Scope

Scope Includes -Summary

Deal Overview

Deal in Brief, Rationale behind the Deal,

Comparable Deals

Key Drivers of the Deal

Companies

Appendix

Reasons to buy

The deal analysis provides details on the Takes over of KEMA by DNV.

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 1

1.1 List of Tables 1

2 Summary 1

3 DNV Takes Over KEMA – A Strategic Takeover 1

3.1 Deal Overview 1

3.2 Deal in Brief 1

3.3 Rationale Behind the Deal 1

3.4 Key Features of the Deal 2

3.5 Key Drivers of the Deal 2

3.5.1 Completing the Value Chain for Strategic Advantage 2

3.5.2 Opportunities in the Energy Field 2

3.5.3 Renewable Sources of Energy in Focus to Be Leader in This Segment 2

3.5.4 Company Overviews 2

4 Appendix 3

4.1 Abbreviations 3

4.2 Methodology 3

4.2.1 Coverage 3

4.2.2 Secondary Research 4

4.2.3 Primary Research 4

4.2.4 Modeling and Forecasting 4

4.3 Contact Us 4

4.4 Disclaimer 4

List of Tables

Table 1: Financial Performance of DNV, 2006-2010 3

Table 2: Financial Performance of KEMA, 2006-2010 3

Table 3: Abbreviations 3

List of Figures

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