After many weeks of talks, Anheuser-Busch InBev has made a formal offer for SABMiller.
The deal means a cash offer for holders of SABMiller shares.
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AB InBev will pay £44 per SABMiller share
With the makings of one of the largest deals in corporate history, AB InBev and SABMiller have finally agreed upon the details for the takeover deal to take p... ››› more
If the deal between SABMiller and AB InBev goes through, it's likely to be the last major deal the brewery industry will see.
For years, there's been a lot of speculation over when this deal would actually happen. The merger would see consolidation in the sector.
So why is this the last major deal in the sector? And what would the deal mean for the brewery sector?
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SABMiller and AB InBev continue talks about the terms of a deal which could see the formation of the world's largest brewer.
But when deals like this happen, are the shareholders better off as a result?
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The beneficiaries of a takeover
Research shows that the shareholders of a bidding company in a takeover tends to be worse off once it goes through... ››› more
Earlier today, Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller released a statement detailing that the companies had extended their takeover deadline by a further week.
This adds to the initial two-week deadline the companies previously applied for.
Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
AB InBev has until 4 November to make a formal offer
AB InBev now has until 5pm on Wednesday 4 Novemb... ››› more
Anheuser-Busch InBev have until Wednesday to make a formal bid for SABMiller. The Belgium brewer has already made three informal bids for SABMiller, but with no success.
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has also waded in saying it backs the SABMiller board rejection of the latest offer.
But rumour has it that a higher bid could be on the table soon.
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