Jaccar Proposes Bid for Bourbon Shares

Posted by Michelle Howard
Monday, March 17, 2014

Bourbon has been informed of a proposed bid for its shares at a price of 24 euros per share, announced March 16, 2014 by its main shareholder, Jaccar Holdings. This offer is conditional upon obtaining 50.1% of the capital and bank financing.

The offer would allow Jaccar Holdings to strengthen its position in Bourbon’s share capital and provide liquidity to shareholders. Jaccar Holdings has indicated that they do not intend to implement a squeeze-out following the completion of this offer. The proposed offer will be filed with the financial market authorities and the terms of the Offer will be subject to the discretion of the AMF.

The Board of Directors of Bourbon has been informed of this offer and will conduct a preliminary review of the key terms of the public offer at a meeting to be held March 21, 2014.

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