SS&C Intralinks Success Stories
We’ve helped clients in nearly every country and industry throughout the world with secure innovative, productivity-driving solutions for high-value M&A, debt capital markets and banking transactions.
Here are just a few of our recent success stories. We’d love to add your brand to our hall of fame.
used Intralinks to divest Williams Olefins, a manufacturer of industrial gases, to NOVA Chemicals Corporation for US$2.1 billion.
a listed US-based renewable energy producer, used Intralinks for its majority acquisition by Brookfield Asset Management, valuing TerraForm Power at US$6.6 billion.
NOK 26.9 billion
a listed Norway-based renewable energy producer and supplier of aluminium products, used Intralinks for the acquisition of its partner Orkla’s 50% stake in Sapa, their aluminium solutions and extrusion products joint venture, valuing Sapa at NOK 26.9 billion.
1,4 Mrd USD
a US operator of crude oil transportation and storage, used Intralinks in its acquisition by NuStar Energy for US$1.5 billion.
AED 2.8 billion
used Intralinks to divest a 40% stake in Tabreed, an Abu Dhabi-based cooling solutions provider, to ENGIE for AED 2.8 billion.
an Indian integrated oil and gas company, used Intralinks in its majority acquisition by Rosneft Oil Company, Trafigura Beheer and United Capital Partners Advisory for US$12.9 billion.
PLN 4.3 billion
a France-based global electricity company, used Intralinks to divest the assets of EDF Polska, a Polish energy and electric power generation and distribution company, to PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna for PLN 4.3 billion.
a listed US-based provider of offshore drilling services for the global oil and gas industry, used Intralinks for its acquisition by Ensco, valuing Atwood Oceanics at US$1.7 billion.
used Intralinks to divest its Spanish gas distribution business, Naturgas Energía Distribución, to a consortium of investors for €2.6 billion.
an independent, listed oil and gas producer based in Texas, used Intralinks in its acquisition by Noble Energy for US$2.7 billion.