Royal Bank of Scotland, Fortis and Santander, have sold a number of ABN Amro's private equity assets to a consortium led by Goldman Sachs. Read on for more deal headlines.
Other Done Deals
Royal Bank of Scotland, Fortis and Santander, have sold a number of ABN Amro’s private equity assets to a consortium led by Goldman Sachs. The deal is reported to be worth about £200 million
Global commercial finance company CIT has arranged $190 million (£100 million) of secured credit to Vision Logistics, which will help fund the acquisition and combination of four Vision Logistics, to create a provider of oil and gas exploration in the Gulf of Mexico
The Polish healthcare market has been further consolidated with the acquisition of Centrum Medyczne by Mid Europa Partners for an undisclosed sum
The Riverside Company has acquired its first Korean company, Wiz Korea, a provider of education for students between the ages of two and seven
Deals in the pipeline
AIM-listed Japan Leisure Hotels has reached an agreement to invest in Kukku No Omocha Oukoku Hotel, a hotel based in Yokkaichi, central Japan. The investment is worth ¥400 million (£1.9 million)
Property company Barratt Developments rose more than 34 per cent on the back of Polaris Capital Management raising its stake in the company to 6 per cent
Petrol sites retail operator GNE Group has said it is still in exclusive talks with an unnamed company, which may lead to a bid for its subsidiary, Petrol Express.
Terex Corp, a maker of construction and mining equipment, has agreed to buy the port equipment business of Fantuzzi Industries for 215 million (£168 million)
Chicago-based investment research firm Morningstar has agreed to buy software provider Financial Computer Support. The sum was undisclosed
Russian services company Sistema has applied for regulatory approval to buy the remaining 50 per cent stake of Sky Link it does not already own
Marc was editor of GrowthBusiness from 2006 to 2010. He specialised in writing about entrepreneurs, private equity and venture capital, mid-market M&A, small caps and high-growth businesses.
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