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AMS AG Expects To Hold EGM To Approve EUR 1.5 Bln Equity Issuance
AMS Comments On Osram Licht JV With Continental AG
AMS: Start Of Acceptance Period Of Takeover Offer For Osram Licht
ams AG is an Austria-based company active in the semiconductors industry. It designs and produces integrated analog microchips and offers services and consulting in the areas of power management, sensors, sensor interfaces and mobile entertainment. The Company provides its products and services to customers in the communications, industrial, medical technology and automotive markets. The Company divides its activities into two business segments: Products and Foundry. The Products business segment consists of Consumer and Communications, Industry and Medical, as well as Automotive market areas and manufactures sensors, such as complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) sensors for environmental data. The Foundry business segment comprises the Full Service Foundry area that offers contract manufacture of analog integrated circuit (IC) technologies. The Company operates subsidiaries in Europe, the United States, Japan, India, China, Korea and the Philippines.
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Osram <OSRn.DE> advised shareholders to accept a 4.3 billion euro ($4.8 billion) bid from AMS <AMS.S> on Monday, bringing the Austrian sensor specialist a step closer to taking over the bigger German lighting group.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2030 GMT on Monday:
Austrian sensor specialist AMS <AMS.S> is actively buying Osram <OSRn.DE> shares and currently holds a stake of almost 3% in the German lighting group, its chief executive said on Monday.
Allianz Global Investors <ALVG.DE>, the biggest shareholder of Osram <OSRn.DE>, is prepared to sell its stake to chipmaker AMS <AMS.VI> in the course of its 4.3 billion euro ($4.75 billion)takeover attempt if no better bid is made, a source said on Monday.
Allianz Global Investors , the biggest shareholder of Osram, is prepared to sell its stake to chipmaker AMS in the course of its 4.3 billion euro ($4.75 billion)takeover attempt if no better bid is made, a source said on Monday.
The Swiss blue-chip SMI was seen opening 0.6 percent lower at 9,9993 points on Monday, according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer .
* EXPECTS TO HOLD EGM TO APPROVE EUR 1.5 BILLION EQUITY ISSUANCE AROUND END OF OCTOBER
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:
AMS <AMS.S> <AMS.VI> already has a list of potential strategic buyers for Osram's <OSRn.DE> digital business it could talk to if it succeeds in purchasing the German lighting group, the chief executive of the Austrian sensor specialist said.
AMS already has a list of potential strategic buyers for Osram Licht's digital business, the chief executive of the Austrian sensor specialist said.
Austrian sensor specialist AMS <AMS.S> made a 4.3 billion euro($4.8 billion) counter-offer for larger German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE> on Tuesday, raising the prospect of a bidding war with private equity duo Bain Capital and Carlyle <CG.O>.
Austrian sensor specialist AMS on Tuesday launched a public bid for much bigger Osram Licht that beats a rival offer for the German lighting group from private equity investors Bain Capital and Carlyle Group by 10%.
All major European stock bourses turned negative and trade-sensitive stocks slid sharply on Friday after China announced plans to slap import tariffs on more U.S. goods, escalating the protracted spat between the world's top two economies.
Austria's AMS <AMS.S> aims to complete the integration of Osram Licht <OSRn.DE> after a takeover within three years and then run the German company as a 100% subsidiary, the finance chief of the Swiss-listed group told Reuters.
AMS's <AMS.S> finance chief said on Thursday further restructuring would be necessary at Germany's Osram <OSRn.DE> and signaled there would be job cuts if the sensor specialist's takeover offer for the company was successful.
The Swiss blue-chip SMI was seen opening 0.1% lower at 9,840 points on Thursday, according to premarket indications from bank Julius Baer .
The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Thursday:
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Wednesday:
Austrian sensor maker AMS <AMS.VI> will go ahead with a takeover bid for Osram <OSRn.DE> that values the German lighting group at 4.3 billion euros ($4.8 billion), it said on Wednesday, setting the stage for a potential bidding war.
Osram will most likely waive an agreement that currently prevents AMS from making a takeover bid, paving the way for the Austrian group to enter the ring against finance investors Bain Capital and Carlyle Group, sources told Reuters.
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