Benettons rule out any transaction involving break-up of Atlantia – source

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FILE PHOTO: General view of an infrastructure group Atlantia's headquarters, in Rome

MILAN (Reuters) – The Benettons, who control Atlantia with a 33% stake, are united in ruling out any transaction that would involve a break-up of the Italian infrastructure group, one source close to the family told Reuters on Thursday.

Global Infrastructure Partners and Brookfield Infrastructure pitched a possible takeover of Atlantia last week after talks with the family, the two funds said, adding they were also working with Spain ACS on the deal.

(Reporting by Francesca Landini, editing by Maria Pia Quaglia)


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