08 Aug 2019

Investec advises KCOM on takeover by MEIF 6 Fibre

Investec Corporate and Investment Banking (“Investec”) has advised KCOM Group Public Limited Company (“KCOM”) on its £627 million takeover by MEIF 6 Fibre Limited (“MEIF 6 Fibre”), acting as joint financial adviser and joint broker to KCOM. The transaction was approved by the UK High Court on 1 August.

Established in 1904, KCOM provides internet-based services to 140,000 consumers and businesses in Hull and East Yorkshire, as well cloud and communication services to large enterprises and public sector organisations.

 

MEIF 6 Fibre is a wholly owned indirect subsidiary of Macquarie and submitted a winning bid of 120.3 pence per share, which represented a premium of 66 per cent to the closing price prior to the offer period.

For more information, please contact:

Luke O’Mahony, Investec (Public Relations) - 020 7597 5261 

[email protected]

 

Fatima Ismat, Lansons (PR agency for Investec CIB) - 020 7566 9709

[email protected]

 

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