Hop on the demerger express

Demergers are back in fashion and, unlike the '90s 'grunge' look, we're pleased to see them again, as there’s plenty of evidence they create value for shareholders.As the rather ugly name suggests, a demerger is essentially the opposite of a merger, with one company splitting into two. Usually a smaller company gets separated from a larger one, so you’ll sometimes hear a demerger called a ‘spin-off’. They’re distinct from initial public offerings because no money is raised; shareholders simply end up with stock in two separate companies.The fundamental reason for any demerger is that the two new companies have different...

Demergers are back in fashion and, unlike the '90s 'grunge' look, we're pleased to see them again, as there’s plenty of evidence they create value for shareholders.

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