How the buyout of Morrisons turned into a costly blunder | FT Due Dilligence

Beloved British grocer WM Morrisons’ unencumbered property portfolio made it a top leveraged buyout target for some of the world’s biggest banks. But as the FT’s Robert Smith explains, when market sentiment changed, the deal ended up costing them hundreds of millions of pounds.

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