Money Toshiba checks takeover offer by Financial Investor CVC
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The Japanese technology group Toshiba has received a takeover bid of the European Financial Investor CVC Capital Partners. About the offers will be advised on a board meeting, said company leader Nobuaki Kurumatani on Wednesday in Tokyo.
In a message it was said, Toshiba will ask for more information and check the offer carefully. The Japanese business newspaper "Nikkei" reported CVC Wool converted $ 21 billion (around € 17.7 billion) for the Japanese traditional company.
A takeover by a non-Japanese tenderer would have to be approved by the government in Tokyo for reasons of national security. Since Toshiba also works in strategic areas as in the nuclear power business, such a transaction would be carefully under the magnifying glass.
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The group of companies founded in 1875 had to initiate a comprehensive renovation after being involved in a balance sheet scandal in 2015 and the entry into the US nuclear power plant business had adhered to an existential crisis. The Group was also met by the consequences of the atomization of Fukushima in 2011.
After scandal - according to a commission of inquiry, the Group had set up the net profit for seven years by balance sheet serious services - and the bankruptcy of Westinghouse Electric in the United States, wrote the former flagship company high losses. For example, Toshiba sold his lucrative memory chip division, PCs and televisions no longer produces the company. In 2018, the Group had recently reported profits after four years.
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