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Kapitalfond i forhandlinger om overtagelse af landbrugskoncern

Kapitalfonden Polaris forhandler i øjeblikket med landbrugskoncernen DCH International om overtagelse af aktiemajoriteten i koncernen. Forhandlingerne kommer oven på flere gode år i landbrugskoncernen.

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Den danske landbrugskoncern DCH International er i forhandlinger med kapitalfonden Polaris om overtagelse af aktiemajoriteten. Kapitalfonden er interesseret i at blive storaktionær i landbrugskoncernen, efter koncernen i 2017 tjente flere penge end nogensinde før, og i øvrigt forventer at de kommende år vil byde på mere vækst. Det skriver erhvervsmediet Finans.

DCH International er ejet af knap 100 danske landmænd, som har været med i snart 15 år. Landbrugskoncernen har dog ikke udbetalt udbytte til sine ejere, og flere af investorerne vil gerne have mulighed for at trække sig helt eller delvist ud, fortæller bestyrelsesformanden i DCH International, Torben Svejgård, til Finans.

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