KMD skal sikre japanere en førerposition inden for softwareudvikling

Japanske NEC Corporation har købt Danmarks største it-virksomhed, KMD. Sælgerne, kapitalfonden Advent International og pensionskassen Sampension, har fået otte mia. kr. for virksomheden.

Topchef i KMD, Eva Berneke. | Photo: Thomas Lekfeldt/Ritzau Scanpix

Ejerskabet af Danmarks største it-selskab, KMD, har skiftet hænder. Ny ejer er den japanske teknologikoncern NEC Corporation, der køber it-selskabet fra de hidtidige ejere, kapitalfonden Advent International og pensionskassen Sampension.

Prisen for opkøbet er otte mia. kr. Det fremgår af en pressemeddelelse fra parterne udsendt 27. december.

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