Important information Public Offer of Saxo Bank

  • Recommended all-cash offer of €6.35 per share – representing €424 million, a premium of 35% over the closing price of the last trading day before announcement (14 December 2018).
  • Delivering immediate, certain and significant value to BinckBank shareholders.
  • Unanimous support and recommendation by BinckBank’s executive and supervisory board.
  • All required filings have been made and regulatory clearances process is on track.
  • Completion if at least 80% of the shares are tendered.
  • Shareholders can continue to tender their shares until 31st of July 2019.

Company profile

BinckBank is an online bank for investors and savers. BinckBank offers financial services in the areas of Trading, Investing and Savings provided via its central European IT platform for retail investors and independant wealth managers.

BinckBank is listed on Euronext Amsterdam (AScX Small Cap index) and has branches in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy and Spain. In the field of brokerage, BinckBank has a leading position in the Netherlands and Belgium and a third position in France.

'Binck Laten Beleggen' (Invest for me) are discretionary management services, whereby customers give BinckBank a mandate to invest their money.

BinckBank has developed a savings brokerage service 'Binck Sparen' (Binck Savings) for savers. BinckBank will provide its customers easy access to the international savings market with a wide range of savings offerings under the European Deposit Guarantee scheme.

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Press releases

BinckBank publishes its half year report 2019
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July 22nd 2019 7:15
Saxo Bank extends Offer Period for public offer until 31 July 2019; closing still expected in first half of Q3 of 2019
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May 16th 2019 17:40

Calendar events

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On April 23 at 1:00 PM BinckBank broadcasts its annual shareholders meeting via a live stream (in Dutch). Click here to participate

Corporate Governance

BinckBank endorses the widely supported basic principles referred to the code, the banking code and the principles for a controlled remuneration policy.

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