Signature Aviation gets takeover approach from U.S.-based Carlyle By Reuters

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(Reuters) – London-based Signature Aviation said on Thursday it has received a takeover approach from U.S. group Carlyle Investment Management, although no proposal has been tabled.

Carlyle’s interest comes as the company is in talks with Blackstone (NYSE:) about a $5.17-per-share buyout proposal.

It had rebuffed what it called an “indicative proposal” from Global Infrastructure Partners on Dec. 17.

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