Capvis regrets no deal on Germany's Manroland


FRANKFURT, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Swiss private equity firm Capvis came forward on Sunday as the investor which pulled out of talks with Manroland last week, a move which helped push the German printing machine maker into filing for insolvency. Manroland, the world's third-largest printing machine maker and which is owned by Allianz Capital Partners and MAN SE , filed for insolvency on Friday after orders worsened, talks with a potential investor failed and its banks refused to extend a loan. ...

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