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O2 UK CEO considers £8.5bn management buyout

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 16 May 16

Operator reportedly running the numbers after Ronan Dunne is approached by private equity firms.

O2 UK is mulling a possible management buyout worth £8.5 billion (€10.78 billion) in the wake of its failed sale to 3UK parent CK Hutchison. The Telegraph reported on Sunday that CEO Ronan Dunne has been approached by several private equity firms about a debt…

O2 UK is mulling a possible management buyout worth £8.5 billion (€10.78 billion) in the wake of its failed sale to 3UK parent CK Hutchison. The Telegraph reported on Sunday that CEO Ronan Dunne has been approached by several private equity firms about a debt…

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