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The Caravan Market post Brexit. 1 month 3 weeks ago #465995

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Dustydog wrote:
The Hymer family acquired 2.3 million shares in Thor as part of the deal.
Thor btw are the ultimate owner of Airstream. Interesting times!

Transfer of shares is not an uncommon feature of buyouts, Sometimes they are preference shares which are subject to a buy back schedule. Depending on the percentage of shares involved and the deal struck it might allow EH or his Representative to sit on Thor's board until an agreed number of shares has been repurchased back.
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