April 30 (Bloomberg) -- Fresenius SE hired Deutsche Bank AG for advice on the 3.1 billion euro ($4.1 billion) offer to buy Rhoen Klinikum AG, said Matthias Link, a spokesman for Fresenius, in an e-mail.
Fresenius announced the bid on April 26. Link and Joachim Weith, the company’s senior vice president for corporate communications, said then that the Bad Homburg, Germany-based company didn’t use an investment bank. Rhoen Klinikum is being advised by Morgan Stanley.
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