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EQT wants to stay in WS Audiology for "several years"

The capital fund EQT has no intentions of selling its shares in WS Audiology for the time being.

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The Swedish private equity firm EQT isn't planning on selling its investment in WS Audiology (WSA) any time soon.

The hearing aid manufacturer WSA materialized in 2019 after the merger of the Widex and Sivantos, the latter of which was owned by EQT at the time.

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