Nidda Investment Group Takes Full Ownership Of Stada Through Settlements With Shareholders
Nidda Healthcare, investment vehicle controlled by Bain Capital and Cinven, secured a “timely” squeeze-out of minority shareholders in Stada through settlement terms that include a one-time payment of 10 euro cents per outstanding share for the remaining shareholders.
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Nidda Healthcare, the investment vehicle controlled by Bain Capital and Cinven, has decided on a share price for the final squeeze-out of Stada’s remaining minority shareholders.