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South Africa's BidVest snaps up Noonan Services for €175m - Irish Times

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Bidvest grows portfolio with Ireland-based group Noonan - Business Day

Bidvest is buying facility management services group Noonan in Ireland from UK private equity firm Alchemy Partners. The 100% buyout will help the JSE-listed industrial group diversify at a time when the domestic economy is choking. The proposed R2.7bn ...and more »

Noonan services firm sold to South African group for €175m -

Facilities management services firm Noonan has been sold to the South African-headquartered group Bidvest for €175m. The deal is expected to close during the third quarter of the year. The existing Noonan management team, led by CEO John ...and more »

Bidvest acquires Irish management company for R2.7 billion - BusinessTech

Bidvest has acquired 100% of Irish facility management company Noonan for R2.7 billion, it said in a shareholder statement on Monday. According to the agreement, Bidvest will acquire 100% of Noonan from Alchemy Partners as well as Noonan's current ...and more »

Bidvest acquires entire shareholding in Dublin-based Noonan -

Johannesburg-listed Bidvest Group has acquired the Dublin-based outsourcing solutions company Noonan for a consideration of €175m following an agreement with private-equity firm Alchemy, which acquired Noonon in 2008. The transaction is subject to ...and more »

Bidvest to acquire Ireland-based Noonan for R2.7bn - Eyewitness News

Bidvest, which spun off food service division Bidcorp in a $5 billion listing on the JSE last year, said on Monday it would Noonan from Alchemy Partners. Bidvest logo. Picture: Supplied. Bidvest · Noonan. Email; Print ...and more »


The deal, in which Bidvest acquires all of the shares in Noonan, is subject to approval from the South African Reserve Bank and expected to close in Q3 2017. Noonan's existing management team, led by CEO John O'Donoghue, will continue in post.and more »