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Capgemini Says It Holds More Than 55% Of Altran's Share Capital
Capgemini Says Fy Net Profit Group Share Up 17% To EUR 856 Mln
Altran Technologies FY Adjusted Net Income Up At 212.9 Million Euros
Altran Technologies SA is a France-based company engaged in advanced engineering consulting and innovation consultancy. The Company's business is structured around three areas of consultancy: Technology Research and Development (R&D); Organization and Information Systems Consulting; and Strategy and Management Consulting. It assists clients during the strategic planning stages of new technologies and offer support throughout the production phase of the products and services. The Company operates worldwide, providing services in various market sectors, such as aerospace, defense, telecommunications, media, automotive, infrastructure, energy, nuclear, financial services and healthcare. Its various solutions include Intelligent Systems, Lifecycle Experience, Information Systems and Mechanical Engineering. It operates through SWELL, Synapse, Lohika, Foliage, Benteler Engineering, Concept Tech GmbH, IRM Security, Ingegneria dei Sistemi, Aricent and Global Edge Software Ltd, among others.
96 avenue Charles de Gaulle
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French consulting and IT services provider Capgemini <CAPP.PA> succeeded in securing more than half of the capital of smaller rival Altran Technologies, the French market regulator AMF said on Monday, marking a win against U.S. activist fund Elliott.
French consulting and IT services provider Capgemini succeeded in securing more than half of the capital of smaller rival Altran Technologies, the French market regulator AMF said on Monday, marking a win against U.S. activist fund Elliott.
U.S. activist fund Elliott will not tender its Altran <ALTT.PA> shares to French consulting and IT services provider Capgemini's <CAPP.PA> recently increased offer for the company, it said on Thursday.
U.S. activist fund Elliott said on Thursday it would not not tender its Altran shares to French consulting and IT services provider Capgemini's recently increased offer for the company.
French consulting and IT services provider Capgemini <CAPP.PA> slightly raised the price of its friendly bid for smaller rival Altran Technologies on Tuesday, in a last-ditch effort to win a six-month battle against U.S. activist fund Elliott.
French consulting company Capgemini raised the price of its offer for Altran Technologies shares on Tuesday, even though it had previously promised not to do so.
Capgemini <CAPP.PA> on Wednesday ruled out any new offer for smaller rival Altran <ALTT.PA> after activist fund Elliott urged the French software consultancy to raise its 14 euros per share bid.
Elliott said on Wednesday that the price of 14 euros per share offered by French software consultancy firm Capgemini for smaller rival Altran does not reflect Altran's value.
French software consultancy firm Capgemini <CAPP.PA> encouraged Altran <ALTT.PA> investors to tender their shares by January 22, the new closing date for its friendly offer set Wednesday by market regulator AMF after judges ruled against delaying the closure of the offer.
Activist hedge fund Elliott would sell its shares in France's Altran <ALTT.PA> if software consultancy Capgemini <CAPP.PA> increased its bid for Altran to 18 euros from 14 euros per share, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters.
Activist hedge fund Elliott would sell its shares in French Altran if software consultancy Capgemini increased its bid for Altran to 18 euros from 14 euros per share, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters on Thursday.
Activist hedge fund Elliott tried again to squeeze a higher offer from France's Capgemini <CAPP.PA> for rival Altran <ALTT.PA>, saying why it thought the offer undervalued the company in which the fund manager holds a stake.
Capgemini's offer for Altran doesn't reflect Altran's intrinsic fair value and doesn't offer an adequate premium for control, activist hedge fund Elliott said on Wednesday.
Software company Capgemini <CAPP.PA> will stick to its bid of 14 euros ($15.43) per share for smaller rival Altran <ALTT.PA>, its chief executive told Reuters, as it tries to fend off pressure from activist hedge fund Elliott for a higher offer.
Software company Capgemini will stick to its bid of 14 euros ($15.43) per share for smaller rival Altran, its chief executive told Reuters, as it tries to stare down pressure from activist hedge fund Elliott for a higher offer.
U.S. activist fund Elliott said on Friday it had built up a position in French consultancy group Altran Technologies <ALTT.PA> in the wake of the 3.6 billion-euro ($4.1 billion) buyout bid by its bigger rival Capgemini <CAPP.PA> last month.
U.S. activist fund Elliott does not intend to tender shares it could end up owning in consultancy group Altran Technologies, the target of a takeover bid by Capgemini, according to a regulatory filing on Friday.
European shares extended losses to a third day on Tuesday amid rising U.S.-Iranian tensions and anxiety over Sino-U.S. trade, but strong gains by Capgemini and Altran on a multi-billion-euro takeover deal helped cap losses.
Capgemini's shares surged on Tuesday on the back of the software and consultancy company's 3.6 billion euro ($4.1 billion) takeover of smaller rival Altran to create a group with more than 250,000 staff harnessing new technologies.
Capgemini's shares surged on Tuesday, as analysts welcomed the software and consultancy company's 3.6 billion euro ($4.1 billion) takeover of smaller rival Altran.
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