The Kuwait Investment Office replaced
The KIO, acting on behalf of the
The group led by the private equity house
On top of the £600 million, the investors agreed to pay an extra sum of up to £200 million, dependant on Williams & Glyn s share cost performance in the 18 months following the IPO.
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