LH merger: Galchev demands improved terms

LH merger: Galchev demands improved terms
Published: 06 April 2015


Russian billionaire, Filaret Galchev, who holds 10.8 per cent of Holcim through Eurocement holding, is demanding a renegotiation of the deal by Holcim and Lafarge to create the world’s largest cement company.

The revised terms of the merger gave a more attractive share-swap ratio for Holcim shareholders, whereby Lafarge shareholders would receive nine Holcim shares for every 10 Lafarge ones, rather than the one-for-one ratio previously proposed.







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