Maples advises FleetMatics on NYSE IPO

FleetMatics IPO is first NYSE listing by an Irish technology company

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Maples and Calder (“Maples”) has advised on the initial public offering (“IPO”) of FleetMatics Group PLC, on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”). This represents the first IPO of an Irish technology company in the US for over ten years.

FleetMatics is a fleet management solutions software-as-a-service provider. The Irish office of international law firm Maples and Calder is a long-standing advisor to FleetMatics.

Edward Miller, partner and global head of the corporate group in Maples, said, “This is an exciting step in the evolution of FleetMatics business. It is also good news for the Irish technology sector as it shows that the US equity capital markets are open to our best companies. We are delighted to have represented FleetMatics on this IPO and when taking into account our international offices, this brings to eleven the number of IPO's we have worked on in 2012.”

This IPO reaffirms Maples place as one of the leading advisors in the Irish technology and growth sectors. The firm's recent high profile corporate transactions in this area include: Cryptologic, ThirdForce, ThinkSmart, Trintech, and many others.

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About Maples

Maples and Calder is a leading international corporate and finance law firm. Since establishing in Ireland in 2006, the Dublin office has grown to over 175 people and has advised on many high profile and complex transactions in Ireland. The firm's affiliated organisation, MaplesFS, provides specialised fiduciary, accounting and administration services to corporate, finance and investment funds entities. The Maples group comprises more than 800 staff in 10 offices worldwide. To find out more about the firm visit: /

About FleetMatics

FleetMatics is a leading global provider of fleet management solutions for small and medium-sized businesses delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS). Our solutions enable businesses to meet the challenges associated with managing local fleets, and improve the productivity of their mobile workforces, by extracting actionable business intelligence from real-time and historical vehicle and driver behavioural data. For more information, please visit

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