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EQT moves enterprise software firm IFS to new funds, TA Associates buys minority stake

Tuesday 14 July 2020 | 11:51 CET | News
Private investment company EQT said that the EQT VIII and EQT IX funds, along with global private equity firm TA Associates, have agreed to acquire IFS AB from the EQT VII fund. The transaction value is in excess of EUR 3 billion. TA Associates will hold a significant minority stake in IFS, which provides enterprise software enabling businesses to digitise their core operations

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