Alliance considers special merger meeting request, updates shareholders on strategy

Wed, 22 Jul 2015

By Fiona Rotherham July 22 (BusinessDesk) -  Alliance Group, the world's largest processor and exporter of sheepmeat. said it has written to its 5,000 shareholders to update them on its thinking around industry reform ahead of receiving a request by a group of shareholders to call a special meeting on the pros and cons of a merger with Silver Fern Farms. Shareholders Jeff Grant and Gaye Cowie yesterday gathered the required 5 percent of votes needed to force the special meeting and Alliance Group chairman Murray Taggart said the company i...

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