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Cardtronics Creative Reports Recommended Cash Offer For I-design Group

2/13/2013 2:38 AM ET

The Boards of Cardtronics UK and i-design Group plc (IDG.L) have signed an agreement on the terms of a recommended cash offer to be made by Cardtronics UK, an indirectly wholly-owned unit of Cardtronics, for i-design's entire issued and to be issued share capital. The Offer values the entire share capital of i-design at about 8.5 million pounds.

The offer price represents a premium of around 160.9 percent to the closing price of 23.0 pence per i-design share on February 12, 2013, being the last business day prior to the commencement of the offer period; and 51.1 percent to the average closing price of nearly 39.7 pence per i-design share for the year prior to 13 February 2013, being the commencement of the offer period.

The i-design Directors intend to recommend unanimously that all i-design Shareholders accept the offer.

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by RTT Staff Writer

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