BGC intends to solicit proxy votes against the CME/GFI management deal.
BGC, the US interdealer
broker, has upped the ante in the battle for GFI by extending
the deadline for its offer and filing a gold proxy
card with the Securities Exchange Commission.
The brokerage has
extended the deadline for its all cash offer to buy the
remaining outstanding GFI shares for $5.45 per share to January
BGC has also issued a
proxy gold card and statement to help solicit shareholder votes
to fight the CME/GFI management $5.25 cash plus share offer, at
the January 27 special shareholder meeting.
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