French investment company Ardian, and first shareholder of Spanish company CLH, has sold its 10 percent remaining stake in the company to Dutch pension fund APG and Canadian insurer WSIB.
CLH confirmed to STM that both companies have acquired an additional 5 percent stake. This approach would mean that, after the operation, APG and WSIB own 10 percent of CLH each.
Currently, the largest shareholder of CLH is CVC Capital Partners, with 25 percent of the company’s capital stock; followed by the Borealia fund, with 24.77 percent, and Macquarie, with 20 percent. Next is Crédit Agricole, with 10 percent, and now also with that percentage APG and WSIB.
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16th January 2019