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According to Reuters, Temenos and its UK competitor Misys said on Tuesday had agreed to a number of key terms on a possible all-share merger that could create one of the world's largest standalone financial software companies.
Few hours ago, a Tweeter announced that the major stakeholder of Misys agreed to the terms.
The exchange ratio will be 4.1 Misys shares to 1 Temenos share, leaving Misys shareholders with 53.9 percent of the combined group and Temenos shareholders with 46.1 percent after accounting for options outstanding but excluding Misys' convertible bond.
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