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Monday, October 23, 2017

Shareholders approve InterBreweries, Intafact, Pabod merger

The shareholders of International Breweries (INTBREW) Plc, Intafact Beverages Limited and Pabod Breweries Limited have approved resolutions authorizing the merger of the three companies, reports ITRealms.

Shareholder approvals, ITRealms gathered, were granted during separate court ordered meetings of each of the Merging Entities which held on Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 October 2017.

Prior to the approval by the shareholders of the Merging Entities, ITRealms also gathered, requisite pre-merger approvals had been received from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

ITRealms reports that with the shareholder approvals in place, the SEC and NSE will now be re-approached for their final approvals, to be followed with an application to the Federal High Court to sanction the merger, after which, the merger becomes effective. 

FCMB Capital Markets Limited and Odujinrin & Adefulu are advisers to International Breweries Plc while Stanbic IBTC Capital Limited and Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie serving as advisers to Intafact Beverages Ltd and Pabod Breweries Ltd.

Chairman of the Board of International Breweries Plc, Sunday Akintoye Omole said they are of the opinion that the merger will create a platform where significant synergies can be obtained for the benefit of “our shareholders, employees, customers, distributors, suppliers and the economy as a whole.”
Commenting on the merger, His Majesty, Nnaemeka Alfred Achebe, Chairman of the Board of Intafact Beverages Ltd said “It is envisaged that the merger will be beneficial to all stakeholders involved, while providing the new entity with an extremely compelling economic opportunity.”

Gustav Wilhemus Van Heerden Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pabod Breweries Limited said the merger will “improve, and expand growth prospects for the new entity and will also maximize value for all stakeholders.”

International Breweries Plc commenced production with the launch of its flagship product, Trophy Lager in December 1978. The company now produces Beta Malt as well as Castle Milk Stout, Castle Lager, Redds, Hero Lager, 1960 Rootz and Grand Malt which are produced and sold under co-packaging and franchise agreements.
Intafact Beverages Limited was first incorporated in February 2007. The company’s principal activities include the manufacturing, distribution and sale of a variety of beverages such as Hero Lager, as well as Eagle Lager, Trophy Lager, Castle Milk Stout, Grand Malt, Beta Malt, Chibuku, 1960 Rootz, Redds and Super Shake Yogurt drinks.

Pabod Breweries Limited was incorporated in 1978 under the leadership of His Excellency Melford Okilo. The company’s principal activities include the manufacturing, distribution and sale of a variety of beverages and its brands include its flagship product Grand Malt, as well as Castle Milk Stout, Eagle Lager, Hero Lager, Trophy Lager, Beta Malt, Redds and 1960 Rootz which are produced and sold under co-packaging and franchise agreements.

Combined, the three companies, which are subsidiaries of AB InBev, will be one of the biggest beverage manufacturing and distribution companies in Africa, based on installed production capacity. 

Nonye Dom/GEE
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