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Trian Reveals $3.5 Billion Stake In Procter & Gamble; Will Seek Stronger Revenue And Lower Costs

February 14, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Activist investor Trian Fund Management LP revealed its $3.5 billion stake in Procter & Gamble Co. Described as the investment fund’s largest ever stake in a company, Trian Fund’s position is expected to lead to a presence in the consumer goods company’s board of directors. Although P&G sold 41 of its brands to Coty Inc. for $12.5 billion, the company remains an industry giant valued at $225 billion. Trian Fund is likely to demand for improved revenues and lower operating costs to improve P&G’s shareholder value.
Michael Flaherty, "Trian Takes $3.5 Billion Stake in Procter & Gamble", Reuters, February 14, 2017, © Reuters
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