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Stibbe advises AVR on the acquisition of AEB

Stibbe advises AVR on the acquisition of AEB

Stibbe advises AVR on the acquisition of AEB

08.12.2021 NL law

Stibbe advises AVR-Afvalverwerking (AVR) on the acquisition of a 100% equity stake in the Amsterdam-based energy-from-waste company AEB Holding N.V. (AEB) from the municipality of Amsterdam.

AVR is an experienced player in the Dutch market and has an excellent reputation in the area of sustainability and the capture of CO2.

The sale of AEB is the result of a competitive sale process, in which AVR emerged as the most suitable candidate-buyer for AEB. The sale still has to be approved by the ACM.

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