Takeda Buys Shire
Thursday, May 10, 2018 10:06 AM

Japan's Takeda clinches $62 billion Shire deal as pharma M&A rolls on
Source: Reuters
Takeda Pharmaceutical agreed to buy London-listed Shire for 45.3 billion pounds ($62 billion) on Tuesday, the biggest yet in a wave of deals sweeping the drugs industry.

Japan's biggest ever deal: Takeda buys Shire for $62 billion
Source: CNN
Japanese drugmaker Takeda has reached a $62 billion deal to buy rival Shire in the world's biggest takeover so far this year.

After waging a lengthy campaign to win over the board of Dublin-based Shire, Takeda (TKPHF) announced Tuesday that they had an agreement.
The deal values Shire (SHPG) at £46 billion ($62.1 billion), excluding debt, according to the companies. 

Execution of Bridge Loan Agreement for Shire plc Acquisition
Source: Takeda

Proposed Acquisition of Shire plc by Takeda
Source: Takeda

Shire new pages on Takeda Offer
Source: Shire