N.V. Interpolis BTL (life insurances) and Rabobank Pensioenfonds, have added their names to the list of shareholders of Q-Park, the international parking company from The Netherlands. Both will each invest approximately 20 million euros in the company.
Q-Park’s existing shareholders are: Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP, ING Real Estate, RUPA, REAAL Levensverzekeringen, TKP Investments, Delta Lloyd, ING BHF-BANK, ENTERO, Stichting Pensioenfonds Wonen, Stichting Bedrijfspensioenfonds voor het Levensmiddelenbedrijf, Stichting Bedrijfstakpensioenfonds voor de detailhandel and Stichting Bedrijfspensioenfonds voor de landbouw.
NEW SHARE ISSUENow that N.V. Interpolis BTL and Rabobank Pensioenfonds have acquired a stake in the company, Q-Park will issue new shares. The existing shareholders Reaal Levensverzekeringen, Delta Lloyd and RUPA will participate in the issue.
FINANCING GROWTH IN EUROPEFollowing a period of steady expansion in the European market, the Q-Park group will continue to pursue its strategy of growth in the years ahead. Q-Park has parking facilities in Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and the UK. The company aims to continue expanding in these countries, and the new shareholders fit in with its policy of growth.
CUSTOMER-FRIENDLY PARKINGQ-Park’s parking facilities are designed to provide customers with an ideal level of service, emphasising speed, convenience, safety and hospitality. The company runs car parks in city centres, at airports, at train stations and on dedicated sites.
Q-Park is one of the top five companies in the European parking sector and has 1,600 employees. Q-Park owns, operates and manages car parks or undertakes hybrid forms of these activities. The company has over 180,000 parking spaces in the various European countries.