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Follow ITA. Read Full Thread. Read Full Thread Reply. Shareholders' Agreement The Company has been informed that shareholders representing The Company has been informed that the agreement has a three year term and provides that those shareholders will: i not sell their shares in the Company at a price below the Company's last audited net asset value divided by the of shares in issue; ii vote together as one unit at general meetings of the Chat ita and on any written resolution; and iii not propose any resolution without each other's consent.
The agreement terminates on the winding-up or insolvency of the Company.
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Its focus is on luxury residential projects in Brazil, primarily targeted at the domestic, second home owner market. Evening Rosemary how do you do? I've come round to thinking that the choice here may well simple whatever the arimetic of share prices in a merger. A done deal to merge the two companies could result in one entity with more firepower in its market sector, perfectly manageable debt, plus cost-savings through jettisoning various departments that chat ita currently and goodbye to managerial types on high salaries.
Whereas there are currently two HQ's, there would be one after a merger.
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And I'm sure there are other areas where a merger could lead to ificant cost-cutting. All in all, two weakish companies become one stronger entity, geared to perform better and achieve a better share price than either company could hope as stand-alone operations. Best regards END. Has anyone done the arithmatic to this possible and only possible remember chime merger? I think HNT is actually getting its act together as evidenced by the latest trading statement. I expect they'll come in with EPS of 1.
The one bright note that may ring out is that a new entity, born from a merger, might been seen by the markets as having a much better chance of growth and profits etc. Hence deserving a share price rating far better than either company ploughing on individually. However, would I back that view up by investing money in one or both companies prior to the merger to rack up a good whack of shares in the new company??
I am much more sanguine than Andrew about the prospects of a combined group in particular and think it could provide the springboard for further consolidation possibly sooner rather than later as well as the hope that ITA margins and valuation can effectively be brought closer to those of HNT rather than the other way round.
AIMHO of course. Sorry dyfiman re your i have been off air due to tech probs! Very disapppointing reaction to the news.
No trading updates which is ominous. Neither of these companies seem to making any progress in a market which I thought was currently favourable for them, seems a last resort to me. Will certainly cut and run if if hnt goes anywhere near 30p, as for imt - chart says it all!! I suppose the optimists would say the only way from here is up!!
Sorry to hear you don't have a view.
Best regards. Looks at it from the other angle. Anybody out there??? Have just picked up on the talks between ITA and Huntsworth re.
What struck me was the ITA quote saying any price for the deal would be done based on the share's price's average over recent times. It suggests therefore that, if any deal is done, there would be precious little upside for anyone buying in now.
Is this the right take on this situation?? I ask only because I was a holder in the past and have had ITA on a watch list for a while - since after the breakdown of talks with Chime. I was interested on the basis that the chime talks could be revived. That said, ITA has been in the doldrums for so long, I suppose some deal with someone is all that's left??
Shame, because it outwardly seems a company that could be a success, sharewise being in interesting markets, with geographic spread, and with a committed workforce they are the major shareholders, I think. Would appreciate any comment before I give up the ghost completely. Most companies have learnt the knack of starting a trading statement trumpeting the sucesses and mentioning the bad bits later but not Incepta, no, they make it all sound as gloomy as possible.
It's almost as if they want to push the share price down for us poor long suffering investers. When you look at the statement as a whole it's actually quite possitive with potential for good growth in the coming year.
Lets hope the market realises this soon. Be merry and jolly Celebrate and rejoice the special ties of love and affection with all your loved ones.
Looks like some further good news after the recent positive The discussions between the two groups, which took place earlier this month, failed to reach an agreement on the terms of a possible merger. However, the prospect of adeal is by no means dead and talks are expected to be revived in the New Year. The companies are both led by well-known chairmen. Lord Tim Bell, one of the founders of the British public relations industry, who made his name chat ita Margaret Thatcher in three general elections, is chairman of Chime.
Sir Martin Sorrell, the chief executive of WPP, the multinational advertising and public relations group, would play a crucial role in any deal.
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WPP is Chime's largest shareholder with a stake of about 20 per cent. Sorrell is said to approve of a merger in principle, as long as the terms are fair. The talks are thought to have been initiated by Lord Bell. A successful merger would create a combined group owning a collection of prestigious PR brands. Inboth companies lost money.
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So here's an idea: why not do a deal now when the industry is recovering after a few tough years? I have to confess this is not my idea, but one hatched by Chime Communications, the listed group led by Lord Bell, and Incepta, its larger quoted rival, which have held merger talks.
A merger would make sense in an industry which still suffers from overcapacity. But a big issue in any deal is the amount of debt in the combined group. This looks to be pretty much in a solid downtrend. A few up days but still heading relentlessly DOWN. A company that made several takeovers too many. Further improvement on the offer price to 73p volume growing OK. Well boys and girlsdid someone open its BIG mouth once too often?