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Northern Trust late bidder for Insight, say reports

Northern Trust has made a late bid to buy the majority of the Insight business, according to reports.

Reports say both Northern Trust and Bank of New York Mellon, which has been previously touted as a possible suitor, have entered binding bids for the Lloyds-owned asset management business.

A sale of the business, valued between £230m and £250m is expected within weeks, according to reports.

Private equity firm Hellman & Friedman and Schroders are also said in reports to have tabled offers for the company.

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