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TPG abandons GlobeOp pursuit

TPG Capital  bowed out of the bidding for GlobeOp Financial Services SA on Friday, April 20, clearing the way for Carlyle Group LP-backed SS&C Technologies Inc. to complete its £527 million ($848 million) takeover. Windsor, Conn.-based SS&C burst into the... Continue reading

Posted on April 20, 2012 8:08 AM




GlobeOp remains above TPG offer as investors take cash

TPG Capital's hold on agreed bid target GlobeOp Financial Services SA loosened further after investors which had signed up to its £508 million ($799.5 million) offer opted to sell stakes on a market excited by the prospect of a competing... Continue reading

Posted on February 10, 2012 7:19 AM




SS&C Technologies challenges TPG's bid for GlobeOp

The Carlyle portfolio company's confirmation of interest comes less than a week after the Fort Worth investor beats Advent International to strike an $800 million takeover agreement for the financial administration services provider. Continue reading

Posted on February 6, 2012 1:39 PM




TPG bests PE rivals to win GlobeOp

The $806 million transaction is one of the very few public to private deals since the U.K. regulator tightened the rules on takeovers in the quoted sector Continue reading

Posted on February 1, 2012 2:07 PM






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