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Amigo's controlling shareholder has announced that it is a willing seller of its 60% holding in Amigo.

Investegate: Strategic Review and Statement from Richmond Group Ltd

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The strategic review will consider various aspects of the Company's strategy, ownership and operating model, including the potential sale of the Company as a whole, the sale of parts of the group, reorganisation of entities within the Company's group, the sale of the UK business, the sale of certain books of business including a potential de-listing of the Company's shares. The strategic review will include a formal sale process of the Company, further details of which can be found below.

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It looks like having both a high-risk borrower and a high-risk guarantor on the hook doesn't reduce the lender's risk much after all.  I went short at 66 and I don't think Richmond Group will find a buyer.

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