Cancom 'considering options' after buyout approach - report

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Cancom 'considering options' after buyout approach - report

Reports put PE firms as well as rival resellers in frame as buyers

Cancom is "considering options" for a sale, with resellers including CDW, NTT and Bechtle in the frame as buyers. Bloomberg reports that Cancom SE and its largest shareholder are weighing up their options after receiving buyout approaches over the last few months. Sources said discussions were at an early stage and there's no certainty that an offer will be made. The newswire put PE firms EQT and Permira in the frame as potential buyers, as well as larger rivals CDW, Bechtle and Japan's NTT....

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