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Big Four in the ring for Eat

Big Four to go head-to-head with other corporate advisers as sandwich chain conducts beauty parade in preparation for sale

The Big Four are set to face stiff competition in a bid to win a plum
advisory job at sandwich chain
Eat.

The company, which has 85 outlets, will be holding a beauty parade of
corporate advisers next month to prepare for a sale which could value it up to
£150m, the
Independent
on Sunday
reported.

The firms will be up against City big hitters including Advent International
and Morgan Stanley Private Equity.

Eat, owned by Niall and Faith MacArthur in conjunction with Penta Capital, is
mulling the sale after rival company Pret A Manger fetched £345m.

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