Continental adds Deutsche Bank to defence team


HANOVER/FRANKFURT, July 25 (Reuters) - Germany's Continental has added Deutsche Bank to the team working on a defence strategy against an unsolicited 11.3 billion euros ($18 billion) bid by Schaeffler, the car parts group said on Friday. Continental is already being advised by Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan . On Wednesday, a Continental supervisory board meeting authorised management to explore defence measures, which one person familiar with the matter said included a possible capital ...

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