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Murray & Roberts Says Lapsing Of Mandatory Offer By Aton To Buy Co
Aton Mandatory Offer To Acquire Murray & Roberts To Lapse
Murray & Roberts Reports Diluted Continuing HEPS Of 101 Cents
Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited is a multinational company, which focuses on delivering project engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, operations and maintenance solutions. The Company delivers its solutions into three market sectors: oil & gas; metals & minerals and power & water. Its segments include Infrastructure & Building, which includes Southern African Construction, Middle East, and public-private partnership (PPP) Investments and Services; Power & Water, which consists of Aquamarine, Murray & Roberts Power & Energy, and Murray & Roberts Water; Underground Mining, which consists of Murray & Roberts Cementation; Cementation Canada; Cementation USA; Cementation Sudamerica (Santiago-based) and RUC Cementation Mining (Perth-based), and Oil & Gas, which consists of Clough (Perth-based), e2o (Adelaide-based), CMR Marine (Cape Town-based), Booth Welsh (Ayrshire-based) and CH-IV (Hanover, Maryland-based).
Suresh Parbhoo Kana
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Henry Johannes Laas
Group Chief Executive, Managing Director, Executive Director
Group Financial Director, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer of Murray & Oil & Gas Business Platform
Chief Executive Officer – Underground Mining Business Platform
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Shareholders in South Africa's Murray & Roberts voted on Tuesday for the company to look into a potential tie up with construction rival Aveng, sending Aveng's shares around 25 percent higher.
German investment house ATON raised its takeover offer for Murray & Roberts <MURJ.J> by about 13 percent to $426 million on Friday, attempting to secure investor backing after the South African builder struck a deal of its own last week.
German investment house ATON will raise its $400 million bid for South African builder Murray & Roberts by 13 percent, the company said on Friday.
German investment house ATON has raised its stake in South African builder Murray & Roberts <MURJ.J> to nearly 40 percent, it said on Tuesday.
* M&R biggest shareholder ATON will not support deal (Adds shareholder ATON saying does not support proposed deal)
* Merger to create multinational engineering and construction group
German investor ATON and takeover target Murray & Roberts (M&R) <MURJ.J> are each seeking to file separate merger notifications to South Africa's Competition Commission - a procedure typically used in hostile takeover situations.
Africa's biggest pension fund Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has increased its stake in Murray & Roberts to 20 percent after opposing a takeover offer for the South African engineering group.
South Africa's Public Investment Corporation, the second biggest shareholder in Murray & Roberts (M&R), said on Monday it had rejected an offer by Germany's ATON to acquire the engineering and construction firm.
South Africa's Public Investment Corporation, the second biggest shareholder in Murray & Roberts (M&R), has rejected an offer by Germany's Aton to buy the construction firm's shares.
* ATON believes the offer is "significant and attractive" (Adds ATON comments)
South African construction group Murray & Roberts, currently the subject of a takeover bid by Germany's ATON, said on Wednesday that an independent report showed that a fair offer for the company would be as much as 22 rand ($1.85) per share.
South African engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts, which is currently subject of a takeover bid, said on Tuesday it has been awarded 3.7 billion rand ($312 million) in new underground mining projects.
German investor ATON said on Thursday it had raised its stake in South Africa's Murray & Roberts <MURJ.J> to 33.1 percent as it seeks to takeover the engineering and construction firm despite management opposition.
German investor ATON said on Thursday it had raised its stake in South Africa's Murray & Roberts to 33.1 percent as it seeks to takeover the engineering and construction firm despite management opposition.
The fifth-largest shareholder in Murray & Roberts (M&R) plans to reject a hostile buyout bid from Germany's ATON that values the South African builder at nearly $600 million.
South Africa's Murray & Roberts on Tuesday rejected German investor ATON's buyout offer, which values the engineering and construction company at nearly $600 million (£423.2 million), as "opportunistic" and poor value for shareholders.
Murray & Roberts (M&R) will recommend that its shareholders reject German's ATON GmbH's buyout offer as it is "opportunistic" and undervalues the South African engineering and construction company, it said on Tuesday.
Germany's ATON GmbH plans to make a buyout offer for South African engineering and construction company Murray & Roberts (M&R) <MURJ.J>, saying its move was a sign of its confidence in the South African economy.
South African engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts said interim profits more than doubled on higher earnings from its underground mining activities and reduced loss from the sale of its Middle East business.
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