UK-listed ISV Ffastfill has pulled out of a potential
takeover by an undisclosed suitor, a move which resulted in the
company's share price dropping. However, the firm's CEO, Keith
Todd, remained confident that the price would rebound on the
back of the group's future potential, which could include
acquisition activity of its own.
Ffastfill received a bid at the start of the year (see
FO Week Vol 12 No 1), with many speculating that
Reuters were the mystery interested party. In the run up to the
announcement that talks had ended on 5 March, Ffastfill's share
price increased to sit at a high of 9.75p only to later sink to
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