Rumored GN purchase unlikely but not impossible, say analysts

A low value assessment, a high structural value, and no dominant shareholders make GN Group a reasonable investment case for international private equity firms and industrial players. But just how likely is it? Analysts reveal their best bets for what a GN acquisition could look like.
Photo: GN Store Nord / PR
Photo: GN Store Nord / PR
by albert rønning-andersson, translated by daniel pedersen

On Tuesday, rumors that GN Store Nord, the parent company of hearing aid manufacturer GN Hearing and headset firm GN Audio, was on the way to being bought up by international private equity firms or industrial players were made public by media Inside Business.

Based on anonymous sources, the media said that a number of capital strong players were investigating the option of taking GN off the stock exchange, reportedly due to the firm’s recent price drop.

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