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Infamous investment bank rumored to eye stake in Danish catalysis company

The family behind Danish catalysis company Haldor Topsøe is looking to sell a larger stake of the business, and this now seems closer to becoming a reality, reports Danish business daily Børsen. A US-based major in bank is involved.

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Catalysis company Haldor Topsøe's hunt for an investor is moving into its decisive phase, reports Danish business daily Børsen.

Tensions are thus mounting regarding the historic partial sale of the Danish family-owned company, the ownership of which has hitherto been the exclusive domain of the family. The second generation currently presides over the board of directors. The Lego family's holding and investment firm, Kirkbi A/S, has previously been rumored to be a potential buyer.

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