HDI V.a.G. now holds 79.1 percent, compared to 82.3 percent prior to the transaction. One of the objectives of the placement was to increase the free float of Talanx AG while avoiding dilution of the other shareholders. The higher free float might further strengthen the position of Talanx AG in the MDAX.
HDI V.a.G. continues to see itself as a long term majority shareholder in Talanx AG. With a holding of 6.5 percent, Meiji Yasuda remains another anchor shareholder.
HDI V.a.G. was advised by Rothschild on this transaction. Deutsche Bank and Berenberg Bank were mandated as Joint Bookrunners.
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