Cadeler plans to raise USD 100 million through IPO in Oslo

Wind service operator Cadeler now reveals how much money the company expects to raise through its IPO in Oslo. BW Group and several banks have already made commitments.

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Wind service operator Cadeler plans to raise more than USD 100 million on the Oslo Stock Exchange and has already secured commitments for a large part of the sum from several investors.

The list of investors includes BW Group and several Scandinavian banks such as Nordea, Handelsbanken and DNB.

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