BAE Norkom purchase likely to complete in “mid to late March” says Norkom CEO

BAE Systems' proposed acquisition of Dublin-based technology firm Norkom in a deal worth £217 million will probably be completed in "mid to late March", says Norkom chief executive Paul Kerley.

Speaking to Operational Risk & Regulation, Kerley says the deal will allow Norkom to combine its expertise with that of BAE Systems, specifically the security consultancy Detica, which the defence giant purchased in 2008. "By bringing Norkom and Detica together, you've got two very complementary companies

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