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David Hicks quoted by FT Adviser on why Succession sold up to Aviva

David Hicks has been quoted by FT Adviser on why Succession sold up to Aviva. Read the full article here.

David explained that private equity backers have a time horizon for their investments, commenting: "Inflexion has been invested for eight years. They will benefit from the current high multiples available in this part of the market to maximise their return from the growth since 2014.”

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