calculate the merger premium, Basic Statistics

Consider the following pre-merger information concerning two firms, Mokhaba Manufacturers and

Mabhida Merchants:

 Data                                                           Mokhaba     Mabhida

Shares issued                               1 600             1 000

Price per share                               R35                R25

Mokhaba wishes to acquire Mabhida and believes that there will be synergistic benefits of R6 000.

Note: Both firms have no debt.

1. If Mabhida is willing to be acquired at R30 per share, what is the NPV of the merger?

2. Calculate the PPS of the merged company.

3. Calculate the merger premium

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