Diebold Nixdorf reportedly has hired financial advisers to seek a sale. According to a report by CNBC, Diebold recently hired Credit Suisse and Evercore to help identify potential buyers. No deal is assured, talks with potential buyers aren't advanced and it's too early to determine a price. The companies said to be involved have declined to comment. Diebold shares have fallen since forecasting lower-than-expected EBITDA earlier this month and revealing it would use cash on hand and tap its revolving credit line to buy $160 million of Wincor Nixdorf shares, the German company Diebold bought in 2016. Diebold had access to $380 million in funds under its revolving credit facility at the end of the second quarter, and a market capitalization of less than $400 million after shares have fallen about 75 percent from $21.50 to less than $5 over the past 52 weeks. Diebold had annual revenue of $4.6 billion in 2017. The company has an enterprise value of just over $2 billion. Given the tight liquidity position, Diebold is looking for a buyer now and is focusing on private equity firms and NCR, said the report citing unnamed sources. Bain Capital is predicted to be an interested buyer.