U.S. private equity firm Advent International said it had won approval from European Union, U.S. and Finnish regulators for its $5 billion acquisition of British defense company Cobham, as it continues to wait for U.K. approval.

Britain has intervened in the deal on national security grounds and its regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority, is due to give the results of its investigation on the matter to the business minister on Tuesday.

Advent said in a statement that it continued to work to win government approval. Shareholders backed its takeover of the air-to-air refueling specialist in September.

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