Tiffany agrees discount to ensure its acquisition by LVMH proceeds


Tiffany & Co has agreed to a slightly reduced offer that clears the path to complete its acquisition by French luxury goods giant LVMH.

A price of $16 billion, based on $135 per Tiffany share and agreed before the global pandemic, was revised to $131.5 per share, meaning LVMH will now pay around $15.8 billion for the jeweller.


Other key terms of the merger agreement, agreed last November, remain unchanged and the two companies have  agreed to settle pending litigation in an American court that was scheduled to begin in January.

The acquisition has already been cleared by antitrust regulators and is expected to be approved by Tiffany shareholders early next year.

“We are very pleased to have reached an agreement with LVMH at an attractive price and to now be able to proceed with the merger. The Board concluded it was in the best interests of all of our stakeholders to achieve certainty of closing,” says Roger N. Farah, chairman of the board of directors of Tiffany.

Bernard Arnault, president and CEO of LVMH, adds: “We are as convinced as ever of the formidable potential of the Tiffany brand and believe that LVMH is the right home for Tiffany and its employees during this exciting next chapter.”

LVMH shares were virtually unchanged on the news, trading at €400. Tiffany shares rose by just under 1%.

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  1. When talking in the $B’s, 2/10’s appears not much 16 to 15.8, but a quick $200,000,000.00 for LVMH makes all taste better, a name with squandered potential, now under the LVMH umbrella now an upscale Maison for their own Brands as well. As always “be prepared to walk away from a deal”, makes the better deal, and Bernard Arnault again showed the way!


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