UK: Big Food Group in MBO talks with private equity firms - shares rise
The UK's Big Food Group, the group behind the high street retailer Iceland, has held informal talks with at least two private equity firms about a possible management buyout. The company, headquartered in Deeside, Wales, has held talks with Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and CVC Capital Partners in recent months, Dow Jones reported. According to people familiar with the situation, the group has not decided whether to proceed with an MBO.
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