Mergers & acquisitions

February 1, 2013, 8:02 PM UTC

ACI Worldwide (Nasdaq: ACIW) has agreed to acquire online banking and bill payment company Online Resources Inc. (Nasdaq: ORCC). The deal is valued at an enterprise value of approximately $263 million, or $3.85 per share.

Fifth & Pacific (NYSE: FNP) is considering selling its Juicy Couture brand, according to Reuters.

MetLife (NYSE: MET) has agreed to acquire listed Chilean pension fund administrator AFP Provida. The initial 64.3% stake would come from Spain’s BBVA, while the remainder would be a tender with other outstanding shareholders. If all shares are tendered, the total deal value would be approximately $2 billion.

Forstmann Little & Co. has pulled health club chain 24 Hour Fitness from the auction block, according to the WSJ. It had been seeking around $2 billion for the business, but was unable to get adequate bids. Goldman Sachs was managing the process.

HgCapital has sold has sold its 177MW wind portfolio, including UK developer RidgeWind, to Blue Energy Co. for £250 million.

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