WME-IMG is in final negotiations to land a major $1.1 billion infusion led by Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Government and a Singaporean wealth fund, an individual with knowledge of the investment told TheWrap.This investment will set the agency’s value at $6.3 billion, up from it’s $5.5 billion valuation last year.Last year, WME-IMG received a $250 million investment from Japan’s SoftBank and a $55 million from mutual fund giant Fidelity Management and Research Co.More to come…Read original story WME-IMG to Land $1.1 Billion Investment At TheWrap
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