Anchorage Has Appointed Two Securities Firms For A Potential Dick Smith IPO: Report

Private equity firm Anchorage Capital Partners has enlisted Goldman Sachs and Macquarie Group to manage a potential initial public offering, the AFR reports.

Anchorage bought Dick Smith from Woolworths for $20 million last September. Fund managers have forecast it to be worth $600 million if re-listed on the ASX in 2014.

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