Gulf Group’s offer is accepted by 58.1% of the targeted AIG Insurance shares

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The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) disclosed that 58.1% of the AIG Egypt Insurance shares targeted by Gulf Insurance Group’s mandatory purchase offer have been tendered. This amounts to 32,608 shares, in response to the offer which concluded last Wednesday.

Gulf Insurance Group had put out an obligatory offer to purchase 56,031 shares, or 4.669% of the capital of AIG Egypt Insurance, with the intention of becoming the company’s sole owner.

The mandatory offer to purchase AIG Egypt Insurance shares at a price of EGP 164.15 per share was sent to traders by EGX in February, with a transaction value of roughly EGP 9.19 million. The deal, which was available for 20 working days, expired on Wednesday.

After the offer expires, EGX has promised that the share purchase would be executed on the EGX within five business days. Brokerage firms must ensure that orders stay open and amounts are reserved throughout this period by entering any pertinent buy and sell orders into the EGX system.

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