Franz Haniel plans to cut stake in Takkt to 50.01 percent
FRANKFURT, June 24
FRANKFURT, June 24 (Reuters) - German capital group Franz Haniel & Cie on Monday said it will cut its shareholding in business equipment firm TAKKT AG from 70.44 percent to as low as 50.01 percent thorough a share placement.
Franz Haniel will place up to 13.4 million shares with institutional investors, with bookbuilding set to commence immediately.
Bookbuilding is expected to end on 27 June 2013 and will include an overallotment option for up to 1.2 million shares, Haniel said.
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