|Bid||17.03 x 50000|
|Ask||17.17 x 50000|
|Day's range||17.50 - 17.50|
|52-week range||11.60 - 17.55|
|PE ratio (TTM)||7.49|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
HONG KONG/TOKYO (Reuters) - Bain Capital is planning on further ramping up its dealmaking in Japan after it came out on top in the recent battle to purchase Toshiba's semiconductors arm and as it bids to buy out Japan's third-largest advertising agency, Asatsu-DK (ADK). In making further acquisitions, the Boston-based Bain would cement its position as one of the most active private equity firms in Japan and help to break down a corporate culture that has been mostly hostile to foreign investors. "Japan is a hard market.
KKR & Co. has closed a $1.1 billion fund targeting the riskiest slice of commercial mortgage-backed securities in the latest sign the Dodd-Frank regulatory overhaul didn’t hurt that market as much as some ...
U.S. private equity investment firm KKR & Co LP is going to bid in a 600 million-pound-plus auction of Britain's largest chain of health and fitness clubs, Pure Gym , according to Sky News. The fund operator ...
Barclays Chief Executive Jes Staley is involved in a dispute with private equity firm KKR & Co, which is a client of the bank, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. KKR has complained to Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) over Staley's actions on behalf of his brother-in-law after a deal between Jorge Nitzan and the buyout firm went sour, the WSJ said, citing sources familiar with the case. News of the KKR dispute comes at a sensitive time for Staley who faces regulatory scrutiny in the United States and Britain over his attempts to unmask a whistleblower.
An oil and gas group backed by the powerful Wall Street investor Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) is mounting an aggressive raid on assets owned by one of Britain's leading fracking companies. Sky News has learnt that Trans European Oil & Gas (TEOG) is pressing IGas Energy (LSE: IGAS.L - news) to divest its conventional resources arm, which comprises producing assets in the east Midlands and the Weald Basin in the south of England. IGas, which trades under names including Dart Energy and Star Energy (Stuttgart: 2393147.SG - news) , also holds a number of licences to explore through fracking in Lancashire and the Midlands.