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December 21, 2012
12:59 EDTICE, NYXICE to pay NYSE $750M if merger fails to gain antitrust clearance
In an SEC filing earlier this morning, potential penalties and other stipulations for both parties in the proposed IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) and NYSE Euronext (NYX) merger were outlined. Under the merger agreement, neither NYSE Euronext nor ICE may solicit competing proposals or, subject to exceptions that permit their respective boards of directors to take actions required by their fiduciary duties, participate in any discussions or negotiations regarding alternative business combination transactions. Either NYSE Euronext or ICE may terminate the merger agreement under certain specified circumstances, including if its respective board of directors determines in good faith that it has received a ôsuperior proposal," and the party that is not entering into the superior proposal will be entitled to a fee of $300M. In addition, in the event that either the NYSE Euronext board or the ICE board changes it recommendation under the terms of the merger agreement other than for a superior proposal, then the party changing its recommendation must pay the other $450M. In the case of a failure to obtain required antitrust clearances or regulatory approval prior to the termination date and subject to certain other conditions, the merger agreement provides for ICE to pay NYSE Euronext a $750M fee upon termination.
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March 25, 2015
08:58 EDTICEHouse Agriculture Committee to hold a hearing
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March 16, 2015
11:47 EDTICECFTC orders ICE Futures U.S. to pay $3M civil monetary penalty
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06:00 EDTICENYSE owner warns of cyber risk to frequency trading, Financial Times says
IntercontinentalExchange CEO Jeff Sprecher warned that efforts to fend off cyber hackers could reverse the momentumtowards faster markets, reports the Financial Times. Sprecher adds that the growing risk of cyber attacks would force traders to pass new electronic sentries as they connect to his exchanges. Reference Link
March 13, 2015
13:54 EDTICEIntercontinentalExchange aanounces launch of 44 new contracts
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