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Norsk kapitalfond køber reklamekoncern

Norske Norvestor overtager 60 pct. af aktierne i reklamekoncernen The North Alliance, der sidste år havde en omsætning på 800 mio. kr.

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Den norske kapitalfond Norvestor har købt aktiemajoriteten i reklamekoncernen The North Alliance, som fire danske virksomheder er en del af. Det er hovedejeren, kapitalfonden Capman, der sælger sin aktiepost på 60 pct. Det skriver Børsen.

Ifølge Børsens oplysninger lyder værdiansættelsen på The North Alliance, som er en sammenslutning af virksomheder fra hele Norden, mange af dem reklamebureauer, på knap 800 mio. kr. Det svarer ca. til sidste års omsætning i koncernen.

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