SONAECOM TAKEOVER OF PORTUGAL TELECOM (D) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The day before the final shareholders' meeting (2 March 2007), when the votes would be counted, everyone was doing their very own numbers. In accordance with the company's bylaws, votes casted by one stockholder whose shares exceeded 10% of the share capital would not be counted. Sonaecom's offer was conditional on the removal of the restriction.

The removal of the restriction needed to be approved by two thirds of the stockholders present in the AGM. After that, for the offer to be successful, Sonaecom would have to possess the support of at least 50.01% of PT's stockholders to its EUR10.50 per share offer. This was among the greatest deals in the Telecoms sector, and investors from around the world were putting their bets on who was going to win the battle.

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