EQT Chief Executive Officer: IPO would strengthen company's balance sheet

EQT, one Europe’s largest buyout funds, may be considering an IPO, CEO Christian Sinding hints in an interview with the Financial Times.
EQT CEO Christian Sinding. | Photo: EQT
EQT CEO Christian Sinding. | Photo: EQT

The time is right to take EQT to the next level, says the company's CEO Christian Sinding.

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