EQT is said to want to invest in security companies

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According to the site, which refers to anonymous sources with access, EQT is interested in buying 36.87 percent of the company from a consortium led by the financial company Macquarie for 1.9 trillion won, equivalent to 14.8 billion kroner.

“We learn that EQT’s investment in SK Shieldus is not officially final, but very close to completion,” writes analyst Douglas Kim on the financial platform Smart karma.

EQT is also said to want to buy shares in the company via the currently largest shareholder SK Square, where negotiations on the size of the purchase are said to be ongoing.

SK Shieldus works, among other things, with cyber security under the Infosec brand, but also with physical security such as alarms.