DynCorp to go Private

MacFadyen, Ken
April 2010
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;4/19/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 16, p20
The article reports on the decision of DynCorp International Inc. to return to private equity (PE) ownership after it agreed to a sale to Cerberus Capital Management. It says that the deal is the second time for DynCorp to be owned by a PE company, which was first owned by Verital Capital. According to the author, DynCorp. can solicit alternative proposals as part of the agreement. The other significant terms of the deal are also discussed.


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