Multiple bids lined up for Paris airport operator: Reuters

At least three consortiums have been formed to launch multi-billion-euro bids for a stake in the operator of Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, sources told Reuters. The French state’s 50.6 percent stake in airports group Aéroports de Paris is likely to go on the block next year in a deal that could be worth up to 10 billion euros (US$11.4 billion). Sources said the lead players of the consortiums include French group Vinci. Vinci approached Canada Pension Plan Investment BoardOntario Municipal Employees Retirement SystemOntario Teachers’ Pension Plan and other pension funds to become bid partners, Reuters reported in June.

Onex-owned SIG Combibloc on track to list in September: Reuters

SIG Combibloc is on track to announce in September its intention to float on the stock market in Zurich, two sources told Reuters, in a listing that could value the Swiss packaging maker at about 4.5 billion euros (US$5.2 billion). Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse and Bank of America are global coordinators for the listing. SIG, which makes cartons for beverages and food, is owned by Canadian private equity firm Onex Corp. Onex acquired the company in 2015 for 3.75 billion euros.