Two investors interested in Alitalia cargo assets

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Private equity funds Equinox and Miro Radici Finance are looking at the cargo assets of Alitalia and they have informed the near-bankrupt airline’s sale advisor of their interest, the two investors said in a joint statement on Thursday.

Equinox is a Luxembourg-based investment company, while Miro Radici Finance is the holding company of Miro Radici Family of Companies. “Equinox and Miro Radici Finance announce to have notified Intesa SanPaolo of their interest in the last few days,” they said in the statement. Intesa SanPaolo is the sale advisor for Alitalia. (Reuters)

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