Tender Offer

Tender Offer set for ETON, TOL, FMIC, CMT prior to delisting

Less than two months before the deadline set by the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) for publicly traded companies to comply with the minimum public ownership rule, several firms are opting for a delisting instead and are currently in the process of making a tender offer.

A Tender Offer is an invitation to the public, specifically minority shareholders, to surrender or tender their shares to the acquiring entity at a specific price during a specified time.

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Alaska Milk seeks PSE delisting, makes Tender Offer

If you own stocks of Alaska Milk Corporation (AMC), make sure you sell your shares to the company’s majority shareholders during the Tender Offer period, unless you want to hold on to those shares even if the stock will cease trading on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) by November.

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