Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Unilever declared its buyback offer for its 6 percent and 7 percent preference shares unconditional and said two major holders didn’t tender their stakes.
Aegon NV accepted the offer, while “the two other major’” institutional holders elected not to tender their stock, Unilever said in an e-mailed statement today.
ING Groep NV and ASR Nederland NV plan to reject Unilever’s offer to buy back preference shares as they seek to get more money, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf said Oct. 17.
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