Talks regarding the sale of Sportscover’s Syndicate 3334 and SCI Capital to financial services group Haverford have ended.
Talks had commenced in the latter part of last year and had continued into 2014 but have now ceased.
Peter Nash, chairman of Wild Goose Holdings, the holding company for Sportscover, said: “We had hoped for a different conclusion, but things don’t always work out as you had planned. We will continue to pursue our group expansion plans as usual and will look at other potential opportunities as they arise.”
Mark Byrne, chairman of Haverford, said: “This is a disappointing end to what we thought was a promising discussion.”
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