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SkyCity receives request for share register

Wednesday 13th April 2011

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SkyCity Entertainment Group is warning shareholders about an unsolicited offer for their shares.

The company said it was legally obliged to make its share register available after receiving a request for it.

Many companies have been targeted by unsolicited offers from limited partnerships associated with businessman Bernard Whimp. The offers have been condemned by shareholder advocates because their real value is less than the current price on the sharemarket.

"SkyCity is aware that a number of unsolicited offers have been made recently to shareholders of other New Zealand listed companies and wishes to urge its shareholders to check the full details of any unsolicited offer they might receive," the company said.



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