EQT and owner family divest Fertin Pharma to Philip Morris International for DKK 5.1bn

Tobacco giant Philip Morris International buys Fertin Pharma from capital fund EQT and the Bagger-Sørensen family for DKK 5.1bn.
Photo: PR / Fertin Pharma
Photo: PR / Fertin Pharma
BY CHRISTOPHER DUE KARLSSON, TRANSLATED BY NIELSINE NIELSEN

Private equity firm EQT and the Bagger-Sørensen family have sold the nicotine gum manufacturer Fertin Pharma to tobacco giant Philip Morris international, according to a Thursday press release naming the price at DKK 5.1bn (USD 813m).

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