Fair Market Value for All?

Fair Market Value for All?


It took three years, but the Chilean conglomerate Quiñenco has deftly maneuvered its way back to the top of the country's banking sector. Ever since Quiñenco sold a controlling stake in one of Chile's top banks, the company has been reassembling its banking platform through a different venue. Quiñenco sold its 35% position in Banco Santiago in 1999 and quickly began accumulating shares in Banco de Edwards and then in Banco de Chile. Two years later, Quiñenco, which is 82% owned by the Luksic family, had built up a controlling interest in both banks. By this August, Quiñenco announced that it would merge Banco de Edwards and Banco de Chile. And by January the co

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