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Hostelworld shareholders raise €77 million from sale of 24.6% of company

H&F and the Duffy family have sold 23.5 million shares in the travel website

13th April, 2016
Feargal Mooney, chief executive of Hostelworld

Hostelworld said its Luxembourg parent H&F and the Duffy family have raised £61 million (€77 million) from the sale of shares in the

travel website at a price of 260 pence per share.

Following the sale, the sellers will no longer hold any shares in Hostelworld.

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