Huber + Suhner sale attracts strong demand

Abegg Holding, the Swiss family office for Annina Müller‐Bodmer, gave the market an extremely rare liquidity event on Monday night by selling its entire stake in Huber + Suhner, the Swiss maker of fibre optic cables, for Sfr152m ($153m) following a prolonged share price rally.

  • By Aidan Gregory
  • 26 Mar 2019

Bookrunners Credit Suisse and UBS were mandated on the trade, which was launched after the market close following a wall-crossing exercise. 

The deal consisted of 2m shares, a 10.4% stake in Huber + Suhner.

Before the trade, shares in Huber + Suhner had surged by 58% over the past year, valuing the ...

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