Trian prices £270m SPAC in London

Trian Partners, the asset manager founded by US billionaire and activist investor Nelson Peltz, has raised £270m for a special purpose acquisition company seeking to take “a substantial minority stake” in a high quality but undervalued company.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 24 Sep 2018

Numis and Jefferies were the bookrunners on the deal, which was upsized to £270m, from the original £250m targeted by Trian.

The prospectus was published at 2.36pm on Friday September 21 and closed at 5pm the same day, the results were announced on Monday.

The investment vehicle, Trian ...

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