Law360 (July 15, 2019, 6:15 PM EDT) -- Charles Schwab is discussing a deal to pay around $2 billion for USAA’s wealth management and brokerage units, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. According to the report, the pair could reach a deal as soon as this month. The report states that Texas-based USAA managed roughly $81.3 billion in assets as of the end of April, while Charles Schwab boasts more than $3.5 trillion in client assets.
Private equity giant Blackstone is getting close to snapping up the European distribution arm of building materials company CRH PLC, Bloomberg reported Monday. Citing anonymous sources, Bloomberg reported that the unit could come...
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