Private equity firm takes control of InfoVista

Thursday 22 December 2011 | 15:46 CET | News
US private equity investment company Thoma Bravo has taken a controlling share in service assurance products provider InfoVista, buying 67.26 percent of the share capital at EUR 5.05 each. The price represents a 44 percent premium to InfoVista's closing share price of EUR 3.50 on 9 December, the last full trading day before the company publicly requested a trading suspension of its shares from Euronext Paris. The acquisition was carried out by Project Metro Acquco. InfoVista CEO Philippe Ozanian and other key managers also tendered their shares to Acquco at EUR 5.05 per share. The provider

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