UK water utility agrees to £2.4bn Cheung Kong takeover

Northumbrian Water's directors have said yes to an acquisition offer from a consortium led by Cheung Kong Infrastructure. The deal is being funded with close to £2.2bn of equity. To avoid breaching UK competition law, Cheung Kong sold another UK utility it owned to HSBC for close to £75m.

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