Goldman Sachs Group Inc

Goldman Sachs infrastructure fund sells 49pct stake in SSA Marine's parent company

GS Infrastructure Partners, controlled by investment bank Goldman Sachs Group, has sold its 49% stake in FRS Capital Corp., the ultimate parent company of SSA Marine. SSA Marine is one of the world's largest privately held port operators.

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Telecom investor Altice to raise €750M in Amsterdam IPO

Altice, founded by French-Israeli phone-industry entrepreneur Patrick Drahi, seeks to raise €750 million ($1 billion) in an initial public offering at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. Proceeds from the deal will be used to reduce its debt.

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Australia's Champ Ventures eyes SG Fleet IPO in early 2014

Australia-based private equity group Champ Ventures plans to exit its 42% stake in fleet management and leasing firm SG Fleet via initial public offering (IPO) by the end of 2014's first quarter.

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South Korea's LIG Insurance picks Goldman Sachs to advise on stake sale

LIG Insurance Co. has put up for sale a controlling stake of 20.96% in the South Korean non-life insurer to compensate investors for losses sustained after buying debt issued by its affiliate. It has hired Goldman Sachs Group to advise on the sale.

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Ares Management dismisses Wall Street banks' call for IPO

Wall Street banks including JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley have been calling on private equity firm Ares Management to go public soon. Ares, however, does not see the need for a public offering in the near future.

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Report says power cables' cartel probe a test of EU regulators' ability to punish private equity

The probe of the European Union involving an underwater power cable cartel is a test of the regulators' ability to penalize private equity investors and their parent firms, Bloomberg reported.

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KKR, Goldman exit stake in US retailer Dollar General for $252M

KKR & Co and the private equity arm of Goldman Sachs Group Inc quietly exited their investment in US discount retailer Dollar General Corp on Wednesday in a stock sale valued at $252 million.

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Goldman Sachs grants $120 million pre-IPO loan to Chinese warehouse firm

Investment bank Goldman Sachs Group will provide a $120 million loan to Warburg Pincus-backed warehouse firm e-Shang. e-Shang reportedly plans to go public in the next few years.

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Wall Street relaxes due to exclusion of market-making in newly-signed Volcker Rule

The over 900 pages of preamble and regulations regarding the Volcker Rule appeared to have excluded market-making activities of Wall Street banks, said a Bloomberg report.

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Moncler to price IPO at €10.20 per share

Italian ski wear maker Moncler intends to price its initial public offering at €10.20 per share, the top of its earlier indicated range. The deal will reportedly raise €585 million to €681 million.

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Tomkins taps Goldman Sachs to advise on sale or IPO

Tomkins Ltd. has began the process for an exit deal that could bring in at least USD6 billion to the British manufacturer. It reportedly hired Goldman Sachs Group to advise on its proposed sale or listing.

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Judge gives former Goldman trader nine months for hiding loss

Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc trader Matthew Taylor was given a prison term of nine months for concealing an unauthorized USD 8.3 billion trading position in 2007.

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Swiss food giant Nestle to divest USD1.27 billion Givaudan stake

Switzerland-based food group Nestle SA is divesting its Givaudan SA shares worth USD1.27 billion to institutional investors, according to a statement on the company's website.

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Sources say The Rubicon Project Inc hires Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Group Inc for IPO

Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc were hired by The Rubicon Project Inc to lead its IPO next year.

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Punishment looms for Goldman Sachs Group Inc's S.Korea unit

The Financial Supervisory Service of South Korea told Bloomberg it plans to punish the local unit of Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs Group Inc for breaking rules on the sale of financial products.

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