Bapcor takes issue with Grant Samuel in latest twist to Hellaby takeover offer

Edwin Mitson
Tue, 22 Nov 2016

By Edwin Mitson Nov. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Bapcor, the Australian-based automotive parts company which has launched a takeover offer for Hellaby Holdings has written to Hellaby shareholders to take issue with the independent advisor's report prepared by Grant Samuel.  Last week, the takeover panel declined a request from Bapcor to convene a meeting to look into alleged breaches of the Takeovers Code by Hellaby Holdings and its adviser Grant Samuel in urging shareholders to reject its takeover offer. ASX-listed Bapcor offered $3.30 a shar...

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