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Cicutti, Nic
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/20/2009, p19
In this article, the author discusses the impact of the Resolution's takeover of Friends Provident PLC in Great Britain. He states that the news is not good for Friends shareholders because if they vote in favour of the takeover, shareholders will get 0.9 Resolutions shares for each Friends Provident shares. He adds that the lesson to be learned from the experience of that flotation on the stock-market can in and deliver the opportunity of faster growth has been exposed as a myth.


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