Macquarie to buy 50 per cent stake in Brüel & Kjær as green regulations multiply

Madeleine Cuff
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 EMS B&K is facing growing demand for its technology that helps firms keep tabs on their environmental impact
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EMS B&K is facing growing demand for its technology that helps firms keep tabs on their environmental impact

Australian bank Macquarie to acquire half of environmental monitoring company Brüel & Kjær in response to global growth in green regulations

Australian bank Macquarie today announced plans to acquire 50 per cent of the environmental monitoring company Brüel & Kjær (EMS B&K) from British instrument and controls firm Spectris, for an undisclosed...

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