Electronics Production | October 03, 2007
Flextronics Announces Final Results of<br>Elections for Merger Consideration
Flextronics today announced final results for the elections made by Solectron stockholders regarding the form of merger consideration they will receive in the merger.
As previously announced, Flextronics International Ltd. completed its acquisition of Solectron Corporation on October 1, 2007. Flextronics today announced final results for the elections made by Solectron stockholders regarding the form of merger consideration they will receive in the merger. Pursuant to the terms of the merger agreement, Solectron stockholders were entitled to elect to receive either 0.3450 of a Flextronics ordinary share or $3.89 in cash for each share of Solectron common stock, subject to proration due to minimum and maximum limits on the amount of stock consideration and cash consideration. The election deadline expired at 5:00 p.m., EDT, on September 27, 2007. The exchange agent for the transaction, Computershare Shareholders Services, Inc., has calculated that of the 918,438,865 shares of Solectron common stock outstanding as of the effective time of the merger: 725,108,506 of the outstanding Solectron shares, or 79.0%, have submitted valid elections to receive Flextronics ordinary shares. 81,440,695 of the outstanding Solectron shares, or 8.9%, have submitted valid elections to receive cash; and 111,889,664 of the outstanding Solectron shares, or 12.2%, did not submit valid elections. Based on the election results and the terms of the merger agreement: Solectron stockholders who elected to receive stock consideration will receive Flextronics ordinary shares with respect to approximately 88.66% of their Solectron shares and cash with respect to approximately 11.34% of their Solectron shares. Solectron stockholders who elected to receive cash consideration will receive cash with respect to all of their Solectron shares; and Solectron stockholders that failed to submit a valid election will receive cash with respect to all of their Solectron shares. Flextronics will pay approximately $1.07 billion in cash and issue approximately 221.8 million Flextronics ordinary shares pursuant to the merger. No fractional Flextronics ordinary shares will be issued. Instead, each Solectron stockholder that would otherwise be entitled to receive Flextronics fractional shares will receive an amount in cash based on $11.42 per Flextronics ordinary share, the average of the per share closing prices of Flextronics ordinary shares reported on the NASDAQ Global Select Market during the five consecutive trading days ending on the trading day immediately preceding the closing date of the merger.
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