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Mon, Jul 16 2018

Dutch court approves $1.5 billion Fortis shareholder deal – but there’s a catch

Grant & Eisenhofer issued a press release Friday, hailing a Dutch appellate court’s approval of a $1.5 billion shareholder settlement with the international insurance company Ageas, the successor company of Fortis, a Dutch-Belgian financial services business that allegedly over-invested in U.S. mortgage-backed securities before the subprime crash. As G&E’s press release pointed out, the Fortis settlement – which follows seven years of litigation – is the biggest-ever for shareholders

Malaysia's IHH Healthcare nears takeover of India's Fortis with $1.1 billion bid

MUMBAI/KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's IHH Healthcare Bhd is set to take control of India's Fortis Healthcare after its bid of up to $1.1 billion was chosen over a rival's, giving it ownership of over 30 hospitals amid a private healthcare boom in India.

UPDATE 4-Malaysia's IHH Healthcare nears takeover of India's Fortis with $1.1 bln bid

* IHH will invest 40 bln rupees at 170 rupees/shr for 31 pct stake

UPDATE 1-Fortis weighs offers from Manipal, IHH in new bidding round

June 1 India's Fortis Healthcare said on Friday its board would look at a new round of bids from four local and international parties, after shareholders opposed a previous board decision last month to accept an offer from a consortium.

India's Fortis board says to consider offers from four bidders

June 1 India's Fortis Healthcare said on Friday its board had decided to consider offers from four parties in a fresh round of bidding for the hospitals operator, following a fierce takeover battle involving five suitors.

Three directors quit as takeover fight for India's Fortis drags on

MUMBAI/LONDON Three directors of India's Fortis Healthcare have quit ahead of a shareholder vote on Tuesday to decide their future, the company said, the latest twist in a prolonged takeover for one of the country's largest hospital operators.

Three directors quit as takeover fight for India's Fortis drags on

MUMBAI/LONDON Three directors of India's Fortis Healthcare have quit ahead of a shareholder vote on Tuesday to decide their future, the company said, the latest twist in a prolonged takeover for one of the country's largest hospital operators.

UPDATE 1-Three directors quit as takeover fight for India's Fortis drags on

MUMBAI/LONDON May 21 Three directors of India's Fortis Healthcare have quit ahead of a shareholder vote on Tuesday to decide their future, the company said, the latest twist in a prolonged takeover for one of the country's largest hospital operators.

Latest bid for India's Fortis "more risky", says Manipal CEO

MUMBAI India's privately held Manipal Hospitals had to take a "more risky" approach in its latest bid for domestic rival Fortis Healthcare to see off rival suitors, Manipal's Chief Executive Ranjan Pai told Reuters.

UPDATE 2-Latest bid for India's Fortis "more risky", says Manipal CEO

* Expects merger to complete within nine months (Adds detail, quotes)

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