Charles A. Davis, Chief Executive Officer of Stone Point Capital, added, “Noah and his colleagues have performed admirably throughout market cycles and have done a superb job executing their business plan to grow the Company. Today, Duff & Phelps is well-positioned in the marketplace, and we believe that demand for the Company’s independence, integrity and professionalism will only increase in the current environment.”The merger agreement provides for a “go-shop” period commencing immediately and ending on February 8, 2013, during which the Company, with the assistance of its financial and legal advisors, will actively solicit and potentially receive, evaluate and enter into negotiations with third parties that offer alternative transaction proposals. It is not anticipated that any developments will be disclosed with regard to this process, unless the Duff & Phelps board makes a decision with respect to a potential superior proposal. There is no guarantee that this process will result in a superior proposal. The merger agreement provides for a break-up fee of approximately $6.65 million if the Company terminates the agreement prior to March 8, 2013, in connection with a superior proposal that first arose during the go-shop period.
Duff & Phelps Agrees To Be Acquired By Private Investor Consortium
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