Acromas hits back at AA and Saga sale claims

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The Sunday Telegraph reported that the company had brought in Ernst & Young (E&Y) to carry out pre-sale due diligence for the AA, and that the accounting firm was now starting to work on Saga.

According to the newspaper, Acromas was considering a range of options, including a £4.5bn sale or float of the AA as a standalone company, in which case, Saga, worth between £3bn and £4bn, could be sold or floated on the UK stock market independently.

The company is also reportedly looking into the

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