Analyst: Listed subsidiary may pave the way for WSA and take chunk out of massive debt
WS Audiology's subsidiary Hear.com going public could shave down a sizeable chunk of the hearing aid firm's billion kroner debt, according to a CIB analyst. He notes that when the subsidiary goes public this will generate positive attention around WSA which can positively impact the possibility of WSA getting listed.
BY ALBERT RØNNING-ANDERSSON, TRANSLATED BY NIELSINE NIELSEN
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