Wilbur Ross

Wilbur Ross will postpone IPO for supplier IAC, report says

Dec. 6, 2013 06:01 CET
Billionaire Wilbur Ross's auto supplier International Automotive Components Group SA is delaying its initial public offering until 2014, two people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg.... Read More »

 

Ross grapples with nuance -- in autos and art

Nov. 1, 2013 06:01 CET
Understanding the supplier business is child's play compared with trying to grasp the meaning of one of Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte's bizarre paintings. But Wilbur Ross, the billionaire who controls the giant International Automotive Components Group, enjoys the nuances of both.... Read More »

 

Ross grapples with nuance -- in autos and art

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 28, 2013
Understanding the supplier business is child's play compared with trying to grasp the meaning of one of Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte's bizarre paintings. But Wilbur Ross, the billionaire who controls the giant International Automotive Components Group, enjoys the nuances of both.... Read More »

 

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Supplier IAC says size matters more than ever

Sept. 17, 2013 06:01 CET
Achieving scale is the only way to survive as a supplier in a fiercely competitive and globalized automotive market, a top executive at IAC Group said. “Size means you have global presence. You need to be big to be a business partner,” CCO Guido Widdershoven told Automotive News Europe.... Read More »

 

Supplier IAC files for $115 million IPO

7:36 pm U.S. ET | June 14, 2013
International Automotive Components Group, backed by billionaire U.S. investor Wilbur Ross, filed with U.S. regulators on Friday to raise up to $115 million in an initial public offering of common stock.... Read More »

 

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