The $5.2bn Interactive Data deal would be the second largest in ICE history
The Intercontinental Exchange has reached
agreement to buy Interactive Data Corporation for $5.2 billion
in a deal that would be the acquisitive exchange
group’s second largest takeover in history.
The Atlanta-based ICE said in an emailed
statement on Monday that it had reached agreement with Silver
Lake Partners and Warburg Pincus, the private equity owners of
Interactive Data, to buy the company for $5.2 billion,
comprising $3.65 billion in cash and $1.55 billion of ICE
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