Marine Harvest changes conditions for its bid on Cermaq
Marine Harvest's Chief Executive Alf Helge Aarskog hopes an industrial solution can be negotiated. (Photo: Stockfile)
Marine Harvest ASA has announced that it will change the conditions for its voluntary offer for the shares in Cermaq ASA as a result of the very positive reaction from the private shareholders of Cermaq to a bid being launched, Marine Harvest wrote in a statement.
Whereas Marine Harvest had previously asked for two-thirds of shareholders to accept its bid, now, this firm will implement a condition of acceptance from 33.4 per cent of all shareholders, and has removed the requirement that its bid for Cermaq be conditional upon the acceptance of the sale of the government's shares.
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