Securitas, an intelligent protective services partner, has agreed to acquire Protection One, the German company specialising in remote technology-driven security solutions and electronic security. The acquisition will enhance Securitas’ protective services capabilities in Germany and is in line with the Group’s strategy of doubling its security solutions and electronic security sales by 2023. The purchase price is approximately MEUR 72 (MSEK 735) on a debt-free basis. Remote monitoring services In 2020, Protection One’s annual sales were more than MEUR 33 (MSEK 337), of which over 90 percent were on a recurring monthly revenue basis. The company has 230 employees in Germany and is present at 12 locations with the operation center based in Meerbusch, offering remote monitoring services with 24/7 real-time intervention. Combining its high-performance and tailor-made installation offering, the company provides a full scope of electronic security services across 10 300 objects for approximately 7 000 clients, mainly small and medium-sized businesses. Electronic security Peter Karlströmer, Divisional President Security Services Europe, “We are very happy to welcome the Protection One team to the Securitas family. As the leading German player selling remote monitoring services and installations Protection One fits perfectly with Securitas’ security solutions and electronic security strategy.” “We are excited about the new opportunities that Protection One’s strong experience in customised client solutions will enable, given their high client satisfaction and Securitas’ increased focus on the SME segment. With this acquisition, we will further strengthen our leading offerings in the growing German security market. We believe this acquisition will help us serve our clients in an even better way today and in the future.” The acquisition-related costs are expected to be MSEK 45, to be recognised in the period 2021 to 2023. The acquisition is expected to be accretive to EPS as of 2022. The acquisition is subject to approval from competition authorities and is expected to be finalised during the third quarter of 2021.
Securitas, an intelligent protective services partner, has agreed to acquire Tepe Güvenlik A.S., an electronic security company in Turkey. Through this acquisition, Securitas becomes number two in the monitoring market in Turkey, and the acquisition is in line with the group’s strategy of doubling its security solutions and electronic security sales by 2023. The purchase price is approximately MEUR 10 (MSEK 100) on a debt-free basis. Electronic security solutions In 2020, Tepe Güvenlik’s annual sales were approximately MEUR 8.5 (MSEK 85), of which more than 70 percent were on a recurring monthly revenue basis. Tepe Güvenlik specialises in electronic security solutions, alarm systems and alarm monitoring The company has 250 employees and operations mainly in Ankara and Istanbul, including an operation centre and a nationwide technical service network. Tepe Güvenlik specialises in electronic security solutions, alarm systems and alarm monitoring for corporate clients, SME’s and residentials. The company has more than 50 000 connections, representing a significant addition to Securitas’ existing connection base in Turkey. Alarm monitoring market Peter Karlströmer, Divisional President Security Services Europe: “This is a unique acquisition opportunity in the Turkish alarm monitoring market and will consolidate Securitas position in this space. We are pleased to welcome Tepe’s experienced team to Securitas and look forward to further developing our presence in and bringing innovations and solutions to our clients. This is a strategic milestone for our business in Turkey, significantly strengthening our security solutions and electronic security footprint in the country.” The acquisition-related costs are expected to be approximately MSEK 13, to be recognised in the period 2021 to 2023. The acquisition is expected to be accretive to EPS as of 2023. The acquisition is subject to approval from competition authorities and is expected to be finalised during the third quarter of 2021.
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