French technology consultancy company Atos, whose shares have slumped on scepticism over its restructuring plan, said on Thursday it had rejected expressions of interest in its Evidian unit from rival onepoint and UK private equity fund ICG. Atos said onepoint and ICG had sent an unsolicited letter of intent related to the potential acquisition of the Evidian business for an indicative enterprise value of 4.2 billion euros ($4.1 billion). "Following the thorough examination of this preliminary and non-binding mark of interest, and upon the recommendation of its ad hoc committee, the board of directors has convened and unanimously concluded that it is not in the interest of the company and its stakeholders," Atos said.
Paris (France), September 29, 2022 – Following a market rumor, Atos confirms that on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, the Group received an unsolicited letter of intent from onepoint, in association with the British private equity fund ICG, related to the potential acquisition of the “Evidian” perimeter, for an indicative enterprise value of €4.2 billion. Following the thorough examination of this preliminary and non-binding mark of interest, and upon the recommendation of its ad hoc committee, the
Paris, France and Brasov, Romania – September 21, 2022 – Atos announces that it is supporting the European Space Agency (ESA) in its planned improvements for Vega-C, the new single body rocket, whose inaugural launch took place on July 13, 2022. Atos contributes to this program by providing key testing equipment for the main launcher and is also providing testing equipment for the “Space Rider” reusable spacecraft which will be launched on Vega-C, enlarging versatility and space transportation c