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Report: Private Equity Group Inches Closer to $3.4B Inmarsat Acquisition

A consortium led by private-equity firms Warburg Pincus and Apax Partners is close to finalizing the purchase of global satellite communications company Inmarsat for approximately $3.4B after U.K. regulators found that the deal would not hurt competition or impact national security, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.

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Report: Inmarsat Shareholders OK $3.4B Takeover Offer From Private Equity Firms, Pension Funds

Holders of nearly 79 percent of shares at Inmarsat approved Friday a $3.4B takeover offer from a consortium of private equity firms and two Canada-based pension funds, Reuters reported Friday. The vote came after the U.K.-based satellite telecommunications firm’s board backed the $7.21 per share cash bid from Apax Partners, Warburg …

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Report: Inmarsat Gets $3.4B Takeover Bid From Private Equity Firms, Pension Funds

Global satellite communications firm Inmarsat has received a $3.4B takeover offer from a consortium of private equity firms and Canada-based pension funds, Bloomberg reported Monday. Apax Partners, Warburg Pincus, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board made a $7.21-per-share bid for Inmarsat through a joint venture owned in …

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Informatica Stockholders OK Acquisition Offer From Permira, CPP Investment Board

Informatica‘s (Nasdaq: INFA) stockholders have voted to accept an offer to acquire the company by Permira and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. The data integration software provider said Tuesday the acquisition is scheduled to close within the third quarter of the company’s current fiscal year. Permira and the CPP Investment Board offered to purchase Informatica …

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Informatica Enters $5.3B Cash Buyout Deal

Informatica (NASDAQ: INFA) has agreed to be acquired by a Permira Advisers–Canada Pension Plan Investment Board alliance for approximately $5.3 billion, or $48.75 per share in cash, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The transaction will take the California-based data management software company private and marks the biggest U.S. leveraged …

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