The US FTC shows concern about common ownership by asking 2 parties to a confidential merger to provide additional details on their largest shareholders

Antitrust Enforcement Agencies Target Large Shareholders' Roles In Investigations of Public Company Merger and Acquisition Transactions* Antitrust enforcement agencies have taken a new interest in companies’ relationships with their largest shareholders. The agencies have more systematically begun asking companies about the extent of their communications with their biggest shareholders as part of the merger review process. The HSR notification requirements require parties to identify all shareholders of 5% or more. Now, the agencies are going further and asking specifically for communications with a company’s largest

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  • Baker Botts (Washington)

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Joseph Ostoyich, The US FTC shows concern about common ownership by asking 2 parties to a confidential merger to provide additional details on their largest shareholders, 23 mars 2020, e-Competitions March 2020, Art. N° 93970

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