DGAP-Adhoc TLG IMMOBILIEN AG intends to launch public self-tender offer for up to 5.22% of the share capital
DGAP-Ad-hoc: TLG IMMOBILIEN AG / Key word(s): Share Buyback/Real Estate
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TLG IMMOBILIEN AG intends to launch public self-tender offer for up to 5.22% of the share capital
Berlin, Germany, February 17, 2021 - Today, the management board of TLG IMMOBILIEN AG (the "Company") (ISIN DE000A12B8Z4 / WKN A12B8Z) resolved, with the approval of the supervisory board, to utilize the authorization of the annual general meeting of May 21, 2019, to buy back up to 5.85 million shares of the Company (corresponding to up to 5.22% of the Company's share capital based on the voting rights notification dated January 29, 2021) by way of a public self-tender offer for a purchase price within a purchase price range of EUR 24.25 to EUR 26.00 per share (excluding ancillary acquisition costs). The final purchase price per share will be determined by the Company after the expiration of the acceptance period in accordance with the final terms of the offer document.
The shareholders of the Company may accept the offer by tendering their shares at a price within the purchase price range. Shareholders may tender all or part of their shares in the Company by either specifying a price within the purchase price range or with no specified price in which case they commit to sell their tendered shares at the final purchase price as determined by the Company. The final offer price, which will be identical for all shares tendered into the offer, will be calculated in accordance with the terms of the offer document on the basis of the total number of shares tendered and the tender prices set by shareholders. If and to the extent the shares tendered into the self-tender offer exceed 5.85 million, the declarations of acceptance will be considered proportionally, i.e., in a ratio of 5.85 million shares to the aggregate number of shares tendered into the offer.