BBVA Exits Chilean Pension

Feb 4, 2013

MetLife and BBVA have put terms on the anticipated sale of the Spaniard’s AFP Provida Chilean pension unit to the American insurer, with the $2bn value generally seen as fair. In the deal, BBVA has agreed to sell its 64.3% of Provida for $1.52bn, and MetLife will tender publicly for the remainder, the two parties say. MetLife will offer holders $6.04 per share for each of the 118m shares making up the public float. Provida holders can also...

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