Campus Crest Communities (CCG) Merger Review

Campus Crest Communities (CCG) announced it has entered into a definitive agreement with Harrison Street Real Estate Capital for $6.90 in cash and a contingent consideration of $0.13 for each share of Campus Crest stock owned.

 

Campus Crest shareholders are entitled to answers to important questions regarding the proposed merger

Does the merger agreement contain unfair termination provisions? The transaction may undervalue Campus Crest and will result in a loss for shareholders.
Does the merger agreement place perhaps an undue burden on the board of directors relating to subsequent offers from third parties?
Did the Campus Crest board of directors obtain a fairness opinion from an independent investment bank?
What did the independent fairness show?
Did the board of directors engage other potential suitors?

 

Campus Crest’s merger or takeover shareholder lawsuit investigation

State security laws provide shareholders a no cost means to question a proposed sale of a publicly traded company.  This review process is deemed a shareholder class action and affords at times shareholders an avenue to investigate fully the proposed transaction.  At minimum, this process often obtains answers to the above questions.  If you own the common stock of Campus Crest and if you have information or would like to learn more about these claims, or if you wish to discuss these matters or have any questions concerning this announcement or your rights or interests with respect to these matters, please fill out the contact form on this web page. 

 

Article Type: Investigation
Topic: Investments
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Tags: Corporate Merger Reviews