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On 17 June 2024, Allego and Meridiam announced a definitive agreement whereby Meridiam will launch a tender offerfor all issued and outstanding shares of Allego not owned by Meridiam or its affiliates.

Following the completion of the offer, Allego will voluntarily delist its shares from the NYSE. As part of this transaction, Meridiam reaffirms its commitment to Allego’s long-term interests and business, pledging EUR 46 million to develop, operate, and maintain charging sites in Germany. Additionally, Meridiam will provide EUR 310 million of new equity-like capital to support Allego's growth once delisted. NautaDutilh and Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP act as legal counsel to Allego.

We are pleased to have advised our client Allego N.V. alongside Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, during its evolution towards becoming a listed company and now to position Allego for the next phase of its growth.
Paul van der Bijl, Corporate M&A partner

The team was led by Paul van der Bijl and Stefan Wissing, and included Dirk Panis (Corporate), Sanne Mesu (Corporate), Mirjam van de Hel - Koedoot, Aalt Colenbrander (Arbitration), Homme ten Have, and Peter Vogels (Employment), all of whom provided valuable input throughout the negotiations.

About Allego

Allego is a leading electric vehicle charging solutions provider dedicated to accelerating the transition to electric mobility with 100% renewable energy. Allego has developed a comprehensive portfolio of innovative charging infrastructure and proprietary software, including the Allamo and EV Cloud platforms. With a network of 35,000 charging points spanning 16 countries, Allego delivers independent, reliable, and safe charging solutions, agnostic of vehicle model or network affiliation.

About Meridiam

Meridiam was founded in 2005 with the belief that aligning public and private sector interests can provide critical solutions to community needs. As an independent investment Benefit Corporation and asset manager, Meridiam specialises in the development, financing, and long-term management of sustainable public infrastructure in three core sectors: sustainable mobility, critical public services, and innovative low carbon solutions. Meridiam holds certifications in ISO 9001: 2015, an Advanced Sustainability Rating by VigeoEiris (Moody’s), ISO 37001 Anti-Corruption by AFNOR, and applies a unique ESG and impact methodology based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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