The big Vodafone call: 5 key decisions for shareholders

An estimated €1.3 billion is expected to land into Irish accounts, but what do shareholders need to do? Jon Ihle rep[orts.

19th January, 2014
The initial backers of Telecom Eireann's privatisation, through a series of twists and turns, eventually wound up as shareholders in the much-bigger British company Vodafone.

For the first time in more than a decade, investors in the initial public offering of Eircom are faced with a decision about what to do with their shareholding. The initial backers of Telecom Eireann's privatisation, through a series of twists and turns, eventually wound up as shareholders in the much-bigger British company Vodafone.

Now the board of that company is asking investors to approve what is likely to be the biggest merger and acquisition...

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