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Apollo close to $10.6B deal to buy Arconic

Apollo Global Management is nearing a deal to buy aluminum giant Arconic in a deal valued at roughly $22 a share, or $10.6 billion, The Post has learned. The board of New York-based Arconic hasn’t yet approved the buyout, but has told Apollo — headed by billionaire Leon Black — and leading Arconic shareholder Elliott Management to finish necessary paperwork so it can clear the deal this weekend, sources said. A buyout of Arconic, when including assumed debt, would be valued at more than $15 billion, making it one of the biggest leveraged buyouts since the 2008 financial crisis. Financing for the deal is fully committed and is being led by Deutsche Bank, a source close to the talks said. The debt markets have recovered from a wi ...
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