- Napier is currently owned by its key personnel, along with Amar Group and Kverva
- The firm’s key personnel will reinvest alongside CapMan Infra
- CapMan is a Helsinki-headquartered private asset firm with €5 billion assets under management
CapMan Infra has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Napier, a salmon harvest vessel operator in Norway and a harvest vessel firm globally.
This deal marks CapMan Nordic Infrastructure II fund’s second investment.
Napier, founded in 1995, is headquartered in Bømlo, Norway. The firm has around 75 employees.
Currently, the firm is owned by its key personnel, along with Amar Group and Kverva. The key personnel will reinvest alongside CapMan, according to a release.
“We are highly impressed with the service quality Napier can deliver to its clients, and believe the company has significant further growth potential,” said Pekko Haaksluoto, partner at CapMan Infra. “The business also has strong infrastructure characteristics and provides mission-critical services to ensure the safe supply of food.”
CapMan is a Nordic private asset firm with an active approach to value creation. The firm, headquartered in Helsinki, manages more than €5 billion assets. It employs around 190 people with offices in Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, London, and Luxembourg.