The Finnish fixed line and mobile operator DNA has confirmed that talks are still ongoing with potential new private equity shareholders. The discussions will continue through the summer, with a decision to be made in the autumn, Telecompaper reports. DNA’s shareholders are also considering the possibility of listing the company on the stock exchange if new private equity investors do not come forward. According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms database, as at April 2013 the largest shareholders in DNA were: Finda (32.56%), Oulu ICT (22.17%), PHP Holding (19.75%), KPY Sijoitus (12.97%) and Keskinainen Elakevakuutusyhtio Ilmarinen (5.01%).
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