NautaDutilh advised Frank’s International N.V. on the deal.
Frank’s International N.V., a global oil services company with global headquarters in Den Helder and a stock exchange listing in New York, completed its merger with Expro Group, a privately-held international energy services company from the UK.
Under the merger agreement Frank’s International will issue new shares to the Expro shareholders in exchange for their contribution of their Expro shares. After closing of the transaction the Expro shareholders will own approximately 65% of the shares in Frank’s International. The new combination will have operations in more than 50 countries and across six continents.
NautaDutilh’s team consisted of Jaap Stoop, Joost Kloosterman, Dirk Panis (Corporate M&A), Paul van der Bijl (Picture), Niek de Kort (Corporate), Nico Blom, Thijs Poelert (Tax), Albert van der Kolk (Employment), Greet Wilkenhuysen, Jean-Marc Groelly, Yacine Ouldali and Frederic Boidin (Luxembourg).
Involved fees earner: Nico Blom – NautaDutilh; Frédéric Boidin – NautaDutilh; Niek de Kort – NautaDutilh; Jean-Marc Groelly – NautaDutilh; Joost Kloosterman – NautaDutilh; Yacine Ouldali – NautaDutilh; Dirk Panis – NautaDutilh; Thijs Poelert – NautaDutilh; Jaap Stoop – NautaDutilh; Paul van der Bijl – NautaDutilh; Albert van der Kolk – NautaDutilh; Greet Wilkenhuysen – NautaDutilh;
Law Firms: NautaDutilh;
Clients: Frank’s International N.V.;