KKR, Goldman finish Wincor exit with Eu336m selldown

  • 28 Jan 2005

Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan sold Eu336m of shares in Wincor Nixdorf, the German banking machinery company, yesterday (Thursday) for private equity companies KKR and Goldman Sachs.

The sale removed the overhang on the stock, which impressively traded up, even though the 5.56m shares sold ...

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