New bidders emerge after €150m sale of Goodbody falls through
Goodbody insisted last week that it was not up for sale, but sources said its owners, the firm’s senior managers and the Kerry-based financial services giant Fexco, are likely to entertain other approaches
The sudden collapse of the €150 million purchase of Goodbody Stockbrokers by a Chinese consortium has prompted other bidders for the country’s second-biggest broker to emerge.
Goodbody insisted last week following the end of the “opportunistic” takeover that it was not up for sale, but sources said its owners, the firm’s senior managers and the Kerry-based financial services giant Fexco, are likely to entertain other approaches.
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