Deutsche Boerse to buy software maker SimCorp for 3.9 billion euros


By Sarah Sloat

Deutsche Boerse SE said Thursday it would make a voluntary takeover offer for Danish software company SimCorp AS for a total 3.9 billion euros ($4.31 billion).

The all-cash offer of DKK735 ($108.86) per share represents a 38.9% premium over the closing price of DKK529, and a 45.3% premium over the three-month volume-weighted…

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