Glantus shareholders unanimously back £17.8 million Basware deal
Maurice Healy said at the time the deal was announced that it had come after an “extraordinarily challenging” period since listing
Shareholders in Glantus, an Irish financial technology company, have voted in favour of a £17.8 million (€20.72 million) acquisition by Finnish company Basware.
Glantus, the Irish company led by tech industry veteran Maurice Healy, is listed in London. The deal implies an enterprise value of £29.5 million for the company.
The Glantus board unanimously recommended the deal, and stock exchange filings that 100 per cent of voters were in favour of the deal. Only a small ...