Euronext buys Borsa Italiana from London Inventory Change Group
A pedestrian and a bike owner go Italy’s Inventory Change, the Borsa Italiana.
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LONDON — Euronext on Thursday accomplished its acquisition of Borsa Italiana from the London Inventory Change Group in a deal value 4.4 billion euros (5.34 billion).
The transfer was first introduced in October and obtained the greenlight from European regulators in March.
Euronext, a European change operator, reshuffled its management in January to organize for the takeover of the Italian group. Delphine d’Amarzit changed Anthony Attia as head of Euronext Paris.
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