Daily Management Review

Shareholders of SABMiller & AB InBev Are In Favour Of Takeover Deal


09/29/2016


The majority showed their consent for the takeover transaction at SABMiller & AB InBev.



On Wednesday, the 28th of September 2016, the shareholders of SABMiller gave their approval for the “$100bn takeover offer” given by “Anheuser-Busch InBev”.
 
Over ninety five percent of SABMiller’s shareholders gave their consent in unison for the deal wherein the worth would be “£45 per share”. Following this event the stakeholders of Anheuser-Busch InBev also gave their votes favouring the takeover deal.
 
However, two of SABMiller's “largest shareholders”, Altria Group, manufacturer of cigarette as well as the “Santo Domingo family of Colombia”, who jointly hold around forty percent shares of the company, did not vote on Wednesday, the 28th of September 2016, although they had “voiced their support” for the said takeover deal earlier itself.
 
 
 
 
References:
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