Over the past few years, Arison has sold most of her stake in Carnival Cruise, she said Monday, remaining with a few percentages that are not part of the controlling stake. A filing submitted by the cruise to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in March 2018 stated that “some members of the Arison family and various trusts established for their benefit beneficially own approximately 28.0% of our common stock or approximately 20.9% of the total voting power of Carnival Corporation & PLC.”
On Monday, London-headquartered private equity firm Bridgepoint Advisers Ltd. announced it signed a deal with Arison Holdings Ltd. to acquire the latter’s water infrastructure subsidiary Miya Water Holdings Ltd. for around $260 million. Earlier this month, Arison sold Salt of the Earth Ltd., responsible for about 80% of all salt sold in Israel, to Israel-based private equity firm Fortissimo Capital for NIS 170 million (approximately $46.2 million). The deal represented a steep cut to Arison's original selling price, which stood at NIS 300 million.
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