POTENTIAL DEAL DETAILS
|Stock||Southwest Gas Holdings, Inc.||Symbol||SWX|
|Date Announced||10/27/2021||Source||Press Release|
|Type||Unsolicited Bid||Acquiring Company/Person||Icahn Enterprises LP|
Southwest Gas Holdings, Inc. (SWX) confirmed that Icahn Enterprises LP has commenced an unsolicited tender offer to acquire any and all outstanding shares of Southwest Gas Holdings for $75.00 per share in cash.
March 14, 2022: Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is increasing his offer for Southwest Gas Holdings Inc., (SWX) the latest step in his months-long campaign to take over the utility. Icahn’s IEP Utility Holdings LLC is offering $82.50 a share, up from the prior offer of $75, according to a statement.
March 28, 2022: Southwest Gas Holdings, Inc. (SWX) announced that its Board of Directors, has unanimously determined that the revised tender offer from an affiliate of Carl Icahn to acquire any and all outstanding common shares of the Company for $82.50 per share in cash is inadequate, structurally coercive, highly conditional, undervalues the Company, and is not in the best interests of all of its stockholders.
April 18, 2022: Southwest Gas Holdings, Inc. (SWX) announced that as a result of the receipt of an indication of interest well in excess of Carl Icahn’s $82.50 per share offer, the Southwest Gas Board has authorized the review of a full range of strategic alternatives to maximize stockholder value.
May 5, 2022: Activist investor Carl Icahn is in talks to reach a truce with Southwest Gas Holdings Inc. (SWX) that could see the billionaire investor take as many as four seats on the board, according to people familiar with the matter.
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