DETROIT, March 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- United American Healthcare Corporation (Nasdaq: UAHC) today announced that the Company has entered into an agreement with St. George Investments, LLC (St. George), under which St. George has agreed to withdraw its own slate of candidates for the UAHC Board of Directors and vote in favor of the candidates nominated by UAHC's Board at the Annual Meeting of Shareholders scheduled to be held on April 23, 2010. St. George is the largest shareholder in UAHC, currently holding 23.13% of the Company's outstanding common stock. John M. Fife and Iliad Research and Trading, L.P., (collectively, the Fife Group), affiliates of St. George, recently assigned their beneficial interest in all of the foregoing shares to St. George.
"We are pleased to have reached an agreement with St. George that supports the efforts of our Board and management team in shaping the future direction of our Company," said William Brooks, CEO of United American Healthcare. "In addition to endorsing the Board's nominees with their votes at the upcoming Annual Meeting, St. George is willing to provide additional equity capital and valuable insight in identifying potential acquisition candidates, which the Board continues to believe is the best strategic alternative to enhance shareholder value."
Under terms of the agreement, St. George has agreed to vote its shares in accordance with the recommendations of the UAHC Board of Directors on all matters brought before the shareholders for at least 18 months. In addition, St. George has agreed to customary standstill provisions during that period which, in general, provide that St. George will not: participate in any business combination or transaction involving any material portion of the Company's business or other assets; participate in a solicitation of proxies; propose any matter for submission to a vote of shareholders of the Company; or call a meeting of the shareholders of the Company, or take any other action to seek to affect the control of the Company's management or the Board. St. George also has agreed to limit its stock ownership from open market purchases to 35% of the Company's outstanding common stock.