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Tahoe Resources Inc. (“Tahoe”) (THO.TO) (TAHO) is pleased to announce that earlier today the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission approved the proposed transaction (the “Arrangement”) whereby Pan American Silver Corp. (“Pan American”) will acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Tahoe. All required regulatory, shareholder and court approvals have been received at this time and the Arrangement is anticipated to be completed on or about February 22, 2019. Tahoe Resources is a mid-tier precious metals company with a diverse portfolio of mines and projects in Canada, Guatemala and Peru.
Tahoe Resources Inc. (“Tahoe”) (THO.TO) (TAHO) is pleased to announce that earlier today the Supreme Court of British Columbia issued its final order approving the proposed transaction (the “Arrangement”) whereby Pan American Silver Corp. (“Pan American”) will acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Tahoe. Both Tahoe and Pan American shareholders approved the Arrangement at their respective special meetings held earlier this week. Subject to the satisfaction or waiver of all conditions precedent to the Arrangement, including receipt of approval from the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission, the Arrangement is anticipated to be completed on or about February 26, 2019.
Pan American Silver Corp's $1.07 billion cash-and-stock offer to buy rival Tahoe Resources Inc was approved by shareholders of both companies on Tuesday, putting responsibility for Guatemala's troubled Escobal mine in the hands of a new owner. Pan American believes it can eventually re-open Escobal, the world's second-largest silver mine, succeeding where Tahoe has so far failed. Vancouver-based Pan American plans to meet frequently with local communities in Guatemala to understand their concerns about the mine and try to find common ground, Chief Executive Michael Steinmann said in an interview.
NYSE: TAHO) is pleased to announce that at the special meeting of Tahoe shareholders (the “Special Meeting”) held earlier today, the shareholders of Tahoe overwhelmingly voted in favour of the proposed transaction (the “Arrangement”) whereby Pan American Silver (“Pan American”) will acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Tahoe (the “Common Shares”).
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A bitter drama playing out over a Guatemalan silver project forced to close by the courts has shocked miners throughout Latin America, sounding a warning to firms to approach indigenous issues more cautiously or pay the consequences. Work at the Escobal mine, where U.S.-based Tahoe Resources has invested more than $500 million, was abruptly suspended last year by judges pending consultation of nearby indigenous Xinca communities, a decision upheld by Guatemala's top court in September. Leaders of the Xinca, a mainly farming community which claims a 400,000-strong population, oppose the mine due to worries it will harm their ancestral land and water resources.
NYSE: TAHO) is pleased to announce that both Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. (“ISS”) and Glass Lewis & Co. (“Glass Lewis”) have recommended that Tahoe shareholders vote in favour of the proposed plan of arrangement (the “Arrangement”) with Pan American Silver Corp. (“Pan American”). ISS and Glass Lewis are two leading independent proxy advisory firms who make voting recommendations to their subscribers, including institutional investors.
NYSE: TAHO) announced today that it has filed and mailed materials for the special meeting of Tahoe shareholders (the “Special Meeting”) to be held in connection with the proposed plan of arrangement with Pan American Silver Corp. (“Pan American”), as previously announced on November 14, 2018. At the Special Meeting, Tahoe shareholders will be asked to consider and vote upon a proposed plan of arrangement (the “Arrangement”).
Ivan Glasenberg, chief executive of mining giant Glencore Plc (GLEN.L) since 2002, said last month he would retire over the next three to five years, sparking speculation about which of his industry peers could be next to go. At least one other global mining giant has approached rival executives about their interest in moving, according to two sources. The CEOs of Freeport McMoRan Inc (FCX.N), Teck Resources Ltd (TECKb.TO), Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd (AEM.TO) and Southern Copper Corp (SCCO.N) have been in their roles for more than 10 years, eclipsing the industry average of seven years.
TORONTO and LONDON, ON , Nov. 19, 2018 /CNW/ - Siskinds LLP today announced the filing of a proposed securities class action against Tahoe Resources Inc. (Tahoe) and its former CEO and director, Ronald W. Clayton , in Toronto, Ontario (Action). The press release concerned the commencement of an action against the Guatemalan Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM) by Centro de Acción Legal Ambiental y Social de Guatemala (CALAS), in the Supreme Court of Guatemala . It is alleged that the May 24, 2017 press release did not provide adequate disclosure about the CALAS proceeding.
The troubled precious metal miner is being acquired by Pan American Silver, but investors are sending the acquirer's shares down more than double digits on the news.
Shares of the Vancouver-based Pan American Silver slipped nearly 11%. The deal will create the largest publicly traded silver mining company by free float, Pan American said in a statement, and the world's largest silver reserve base and silver measured and indicated resource base. Tahoe shareholders may elect to receive $3.40 in cash or 0.2403 a Pan American share for each Tahoe share held, the company said.
Pan American Silver Corp said on Wednesday it agreed to buy miner Tahoe Resources Inc for $1.07 billion in cash and stock, creating one of the world's top silver mining companies. Pan American shareholders will own about three-fourths of the combined company, with Tahoe shareholders owning the rest in the combined company, Pan American said. Tahoe shareholders may elect to receive $3.40 in cash or 0.2403 Pan American share for each Tahoe share held, the company said.
Pan American Silver Corp. (PAAS) (PAAS.TO) ("Pan American" or the "Company") and Tahoe Resources Inc. (TAHO) (THO.TO) ("Tahoe") today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for Pan American to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Tahoe pursuant to a plan of arrangement (the "Transaction"), creating the world's premier silver mining company. Shareholders of Tahoe will be entitled to elect to receive common shares of Pan American and/or cash in exchange for their shares of Tahoe. Additional consideration will be in the form of the right to a contingent payment in common shares of Pan American tied to the restart of the Escobal mine in Guatemala.
Tahoe Resources Inc said on Wednesday its Escobal silver mine in Guatemala could restart by December 2019, based on the timing of the company's plan to take a $170 million impairment charge related to the mine's closure. Escobal, the world's second largest silver mine, has been mothballed since last year after officials suspended Tahoe's license to operate, part of a long-simmering feud with the Xinca indigenous population. If the mine opens earlier than next December, Tahoe would shrink the size of the impairment charge, which was announced on Tuesday evening as the company posted a quarterly loss that was less then Wall Street expected.
On a per-share basis, the Reno, Nevada-based company said it had a loss of 61 cents. Losses, adjusted for asset impairment costs and non-recurring costs, came to 6 cents per share. The results matched ...
Tahoe Resources Inc posted a quarterly loss on Tuesday that was less then Wall Street expected although it widened from a year earlier, while the gold and silver miner predicted that its production for the year would be at the low end of guidance. Tahoe Chief Executive Jim Voorhees said in a statement on Tuesday that the first stage of the consultation is nearly complete, which would allow the second stage to begin. The company expects 2018 gold production to come in at the low end of its guidance of 400,000 to 475,000 ounces.
Tahoe Resources Inc said on Tuesday its quarterly loss grew as it spent heavily to mothball operations at its Escobal silver mine in Guatemala, where officials have suspended the miner's license to operate. ...