Tremor International, the London-listed promoting know-how firm whose administrators embrace Rebekah Brooks, the boss of The Sun newspaper’s writer, has acquired a string of enquiries from potential bidders.
Sky News has learnt that Tremor, shares during which have greater than halved over the last 12 months, has been contacted in current weeks a couple of potential deal.
Sources mentioned that Tremor’s board, chaired by Chris Stibbs, had requested bankers at Goldman Sachs to evaluate its choices and consider a good worth for a proper supply.
It comes a yr after an strategy, mentioned to have been pitched by a US buyout agency at 900p-a-share, was withdrawn amid market uncertainty prompted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
It stays attainable that no formal bid shall be made for the corporate throughout the newest set of discussions.
Tremor, which supplies digital promoting options to purchasers corresponding to Amazon, Disney and Twitter is alleged to have been approached by each strategic and monetary bidders.
Investors within the firm have lengthy been sad at its weak share worth efficiency and compelled it to withdraw pay-related resolutions at its most up-to-date AGM.
Tremor now has a market capitalisation of simply £330m regardless of having struck an earnings-accretive deal final yr to amass Amobee, a California-based peer.
Shares in Tremor have been buying and selling on Tuesday afternoon at round 235.8p.
A Tremor spokesman declined to remark.