Globalworth Real Estate’s top shareholders are planning an unsolicited bid valuing the British firm at 1.57 billion euros ($1.88 billion), CPI Property said on Wednesday, sending the shares sharply higher.
CPI and Aroundtown own 51.5% of Globalworth, which operates mainly in the office sector in Poland and Romania.
The proposed bid would offer 7 euros per share in cash, CPI said, a premium of nearly 20% to Globalworth’s last close but news of the move sent the stock up 28% to 7.50 euros on Wednesday.
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