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Carlyle, Nomura wraps up tender offer to acquire Japanese beer brewery Orion

U.S. private equity firm Carlyle Group LP and Japanese asset management firm Nomura Capital Partners Co. Ltd. completed their tender offer to buy shares of common stock in Japanese beer brewery Orion Breweries Ltd.

Under the deal, Carlyle will own a 49% stake in the target company, while Nomura will own the remaining 51%. The tender offer was made by Ocean Holdings Co., an entity operated by Carlyle and Nomura, which will acquire a maximum of 658,504 shares in Orion for ¥79,200 apiece.

Carlyle Japan Partners III, an investment fund advised by Carlyle Japan LLC, will provide financing to the transaction expected to close on March 29.