• News (2)
    City AM (26 Jul 2010)

    INVESCO's biggest investor has informed GDF SUEZ, which is holding takeover talks with the British company, a cash incentive may not be needed to win its support. Neil Woodford, head of investment at Invesco Perpetual, which has an 11% stake in the company, said he would does not have to be paid a dividend to get complete the deal, so long as a premium is reflected by another means. The deal would mean GDF taking a majority stake in International Power after transferring some of GDF’s non-European assets into the British firm.

    Marketing Week (05 Sep 2007)

    GAZ DE FRANCE and SUEZ have agreed to merge to form the world's third-largest utility company with a market value of £47.5 billion.