A group of investors led by SS Capital, Cannae Holdings and foundations affiliated with Thomas H. Lee Partners, has signed an agreement to purchase the world's largest corporate information agency Dun&Bradstreet for $6 billion 900 million, including debt, finversia.ru wrote with reference on the press release of D&B. Under the terms of the deal, D&B shareholders will receive $145 in cash for each ordinary share they hold. It is planned that the deal, which is yet to receive the approval of shareholders and regulators, will be completed within six months. After the completion of the deal, shares of D&B, which will become a private company, will no longer be traded in the open market.
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