Two-fifths (39%) of CEOs and CFOs of FTSE350 companies would take their firm private given the right opportunity and price, according to new research by Close Brothers Corporate Finance. The research reveals that 95% of the FTSE350 think it is ‘likely’ that the current volume of public companies being taken private will continue and/or escalate over the next 12 months, with 59% saying that this was ‘very likely’.
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