La nouvelle vient de tomber: les 2 prestigieuses marques de motos italiennes MV Agusta et DUCATI ont annoncé leur mises en ventes aujourd’hui 20 février 2008 respectivement à BS Investimenti et Management & Capitali et Intesa Sanpaolo.
Voici en version originale les infos provenant des annonces boursières, et du Milano Finanza :
Ducati, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer, shares have been suspended pending a company’ statement, said a note in the Italian stock exchange.
Investindustrial and BS Investimenti announce the launch of a voluntary public offer to acquire the ordinary shares of Ducati Motor Holding, at a price of EUR 1.70 per share. The price includes a 23% premium compared to yesterday’s trading price and a 35% and 29% premium compared to the average trading price in the last month and in the last three months respectively.
MV Agusta, the Italian motorcycle maker, is close to selling a stake to Management & Capitali and Intesa Sanpaolo, Milano Finanza reported.
The unsourced report said that a deal could be signed on 29 February. The report claimed that under the terms of the agreement, M&C and Intesa would agree to underwrite a EUR 50-60m capital increase that would give them a 70% stake in the motorcycle maker.
The report noted that MV chairman Claudio Castiglioni, who supports the operation, holds a 29.6% stake in MV, while a 65.4% stake is held by Gevi, a financial vehicle linked to the Italian savings bank Cassa di Risparmio di Genova.
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