As part of the merger proposal in June, ADNH was to issue to ADQ a convertible instrument that would convert into 1.221 billion ordinary shares in the capital of ADNH at 3.93 dirhams ($1.07) per share.
Upon completion of the merger, the combined group would potentially have assets of around 20 billion dirhams, with ADQ owning around 54.98 percent of the share capital of ADNH.
ADQ, formerly known as Abu Dhabi Development Holding Co, manages $110 billion in assets and has investments in a broad portfolio of businesses, including the companies that operate Abu Dhabi Ports, Abu Dhabi Airport, the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange and major industrial assets such as Emirates Steel.
(Writing by Brinda Darasha; editing by Seban Scaria)
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