Exits

Zyden Gentec shares fall as Punjab National Bank offloads its 3% stake

Zyden Gentec Ltd.'s shares fell by 5% to INR15.25 per share after Punjab National Bank's recent stake sale. PNB had sold 335,141 of its shares in the pharmaceutical company, which represents a 3% equity ownership.

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Nigerian business magnate Aliko Dangote to reduce stake in Dancem by October

Dangote Industries Ltd, Alhaji Aliko Danagote's holding company, has up till October 26 to sell down or dilute its stake in cement manufacturer Dangote Cement PLC. The reduction in shareholding will enable the cement company to comply with flotation regulations in Nigeria's bourse.

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Morningstar data shows outflows of $2.08 billion in December from DoubleLine's flagship fund

The outflows of Jeffrey Gundlach's DoubleLine flagship fund in December last year amounted to $2.08 billion, according to research firm Morningstar's data, marking the seventh month in a row that investors have withdrawn money from the fund.

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ARX Equity Partners exits majority stake in film extruder Ergis

ARX Equity Partners, a private equity firm based in Czech Republic, has sold its controlling stake in film extruder Ergis-Eurofilms SA. Ergis claims to be the largest film extrusion group in the country.

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AOL sells Winamp, Shoutcast to Belgian online radio aggregator Radionomy

New York-based mass media company AOL Inc. reportedly sold media player Winamp and music service Shoutcast to Belgian online radio stations aggregator Radionomy. The deal is expected to be closed by the end of the week, said a TechSpot report.

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Institutional investors thank 2013 for record gains- report

The Wall Street Journal reported that institutional investors will best remember 2013 as a year of record gains, as buoyant markets facilitated IPOs and debt deals that paid hefty dividends.

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Northern & Shell looks to sell British TV broadcaster Channel 5 for £700M

Northern & Shell, the owner of Channel 5 Broadcasting Ltd., is reportedly considering to put up the TV broadcaster for sale for £700 million. Northern & Shell acquired Channel 5 for £103.5 million in 2010.

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Commodity hedge fund Higgs Capital winding down -founders

Commodity hedge fund Higgs Capital Management, which manages some $250 million, will wind down and return money to investors, its founders said in a note on Monday.

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COMMODITY HEDGE FUND HIGGS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT WINDING DOWN, RETURNING MONEY TO INVESTORS - CO-FOUNDER

HIGGS HAD ROUGHLY $250 MLN UNDER MANAGEMENT, INVESTED ACROSS ENERGY, METALS AND AGRICULTURE

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BlackRock fund sells Singapore's Westin hotel to Daisho for $369M

BlackRock Inc's Asia Property Fund III is exiting its Westin hotel in Singapore to Tokyo-based property developer Daisho Group in a deal valued at S$468 million ($369 million).

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Mondelez inks deal to sell SnackWell's stake to US private equity firm

Illinois-based snack company Mondelez International Inc has entered an agreement to sell a controlling stake in its cookie and cracker business, SnackWell's, to Connecticut-based private equity firm Brynwood Partners for an undisclosed amount.

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UK government could sell off remaining Lloyds stake in 2014 -sources

The UK government could sell off its remaining 33% stake in Lloyds Banking Group next year to complete the privatization of the lender, according to sources familiar with the process.

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US bank group challenges Volcker rule in court

The American Bankers Association, a representative of majority of the community banks in the US, said the provision on banning investments in collateralized debt obligations will result to the lenders losing $600 million in the process.

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Monte Paschi's cash call to be delayed until May 2014 - shareholders

Shareholders of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA reportedly sided with main shareholder Fondazione Monte Paschi with regard to postponing the cash call until May of next year.

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Monte Paschi's Profumo to mull over a January resignation

A Reuters report said Alessandro Profumo, chairman of Monte dei Paschi di Siena, will be revealing his decision whether to stay or resign from his post at the Italian lender in a January meeting.

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