M&A radar: Hey dude, deals?
Go ask around
Thursday 17 February was a watershed moment for cargo handler John Menzies of the UK.
We have been waiting for it for almost three years.
Up, up, up we go
The second proposal – dated 2 February* – it received from Agility-owned National Aviation Services (NAS) was worth almost £470m (equity value only = 510p a share), has been ’effectively replaced’ by a new, higher bid mark after the suitor went shopping for a 13.2% stake in Menzies at 605p.
That puts in a floor but ...
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