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SoftBank's Vision Fund is looking to borrow $4 billion against its stakes in Uber Technologies, soon-to-go-public Slack Technologies, and blood-testing company Guardant Health, the Financial Times reported, citing people directly involved in the deal.
The fund is in talks with banks, including Goldman Sachs, to arrange a loan secured against its holdings in the three Silicon Valley companies, the newspaper said, adding that if the value of those stakes falls beyond a certain threshold, the fund will be obliged to stump up more cash.
SoftBank Investment Advisers (UK) Limited is the largest shareholder in both Uber, with a 12.88% stake, and Guardant Health, with a 30.74% stake, according to Refinitiv data.
Slack Technologies, the owner of a popular workplace instant messaging app, plans to make its market debut on June 20.
Goldman Sachs, SoftBank, Uber, Slack, and Guardant Health did not immediately respond to a request for comment.