Analyst: Expect private-equity firms to shed chemical assets

07/28/2010 | ICIS News (U.K.)

After a spike in chemical-industry mergers and acquisitions last decade, private-equity firms will be increasingly looking to exit from their investments, said Tim Wilding of investment bank Oppenheimer. One example: The recent deal between Permira and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners to sell specialty-chemical maker Cognis to BASF for $4 billion.

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