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Apollo Strategic Growth Capital raises $750m for IPO | PE Hub

Apollo Strategic Growth Capital, a blank check company sponsored by an affiliate of Apollo Global Management, has raised $750 million for its IPO after pricing its 75 million shares at $10 per share.

PE_Hub | October 2, 2020

Apollo Global Management to Announce Third Quarter 2020 Financial Results and Host Conference Call on October 29, 2020

NEW YORK, Oct. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Apollo Global Management, Inc. (NYSE: APO) (together with its consolidated subsidiaries, “Apollo”) announced…

GlobeNewswire | October 2, 2020

Private equity bidding war for Asda reaches its denouement

TDR Capital reported to be frontrunner in battle with Apollo Global Management for Walmart-owned retailer

Property Week | September 30, 2020

Josh Harris From Delivering Alpha Conference: SPACs Are Here To Stay

CNBC Exclusive: CNBC’s Leslie Picker Interviews Josh Harris From CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha Conference Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more WHEN: Today, Wednesday, September 30th Interview With Apollo Global Management Co-Founder Josh Harris LESLIE PICKER: Josh Harris, Co-Founder of Apollo, I am so glad you’re here today because you have been […] The post Josh Harris From Delivering Alpha Conference: SPACs Are Here To Stay appeared first on ValueWalk .

ValueWalk | September 30, 2020

Asda takeover: TDR-backed EG Group in pole position for £6.5bn deal

Billionaire owners of British petrol forecourts operator are Walmart’s preferred bidder The billionaire owners of the British petrol forecourts operator EG Group have taken pole position in the £6.5bn race for control of Asda after being named the preferred bidder by the supermarket’s US owner. Mohsin and Zuber Issa, who are working with the private equity firm TDR Capital, have pushed out a rival offer from the private equity firm Apollo Global Management. Continue reading…

The Guardian | September 28, 2020

Caesars Entertainment eyes $3.7 billion purchase of William Hill

Caesars Entertainment said it's looking to buy British betting house William Hill for about $3.7 billion as it moved to beat out a rival bid from private equity giant Apollo Global Management.

New York Post | September 28, 2020

Buyout firm Apollo ‘mulling bid’ for betting giant William Hill

Buyout group Apollo Global Management is said to be mulling a bid for William Hill and has approached the betting The post Buyout firm Apollo ‘mulling bid’ for betting giant William Hill appeared first on CityAM .

City AM | September 25, 2020

Private equity group Apollo leads £6.5bn race to buy Asda

Two bidders in running to snap up Walmart-owned chain as Lone Star drops out Private equity firm Apollo Global Management is thought to have edged into the lead in the £6.5bn bidding war for Asda after rival Lone Star Funds dropped out. It is thought a third bid from private equity firm TDR Capital remains in the running – the group is understood to have been working on a deal with the billionaire Issa brothers, who are behind the British forecourts operator EG Group. Continue reading…

The Guardian | September 22, 2020

Apollo, Multiples join race for Piramal’s glass biz

Mumbai: Buyout fund Apollo Global Management and Renuka Ramnath’s Multiples Alternate Asset Management have entered the race to acquire Piramal Group’s glass business that’s considered Asia’s biggest for specialty products, multiple people aware of the talks told ET.The two join Blackstone, the world’s largest PE firm, and Partners Group Holding AG for the buyout, which could be in the range of Rs 7,000 crore to Rs 8,000 crore ($1 billion), the people mentioned above add. Bloomberg was the first to report about Blackstone and Partner Group making the shortlist last week.All four have been qualified after the first round of screening and have begun due diligence before they submit a binding bid next month.Billionaire Ajay Piramal’s decision to exit non-core businesses like glass to delev...

Economic Times India | September 21, 2020

Race to buy Asda could be decided this week

Private equity giants Apollo Global Management and rival Lone Star Funds have already tabled bids thought to value the business at about £6.5billion.

This is Money | September 19, 2020



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