Sun Capital intends sell Emerald Performance Materials

Sun Capital intends to sell Emerald Performance Materials

11:06 AM, 20th May 2013
Sun Capital intends to sell Emerald Performance Materials

NEW YORK, US: Private equity firm Sun Capital Partners is exploring the sale of Emerald Performance Materials, a specialty chemicals company that could be worth more than $700 million. Sun Capital, which created Emerald in 2006 out of businesses it bought from Lubrizol, has hired investment bank Lazard Ltd to advise on the process.

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