Baker Hughes, a GE company Announces Pricing of Secondary Offering by GE
BHGE is not offering any shares of Class A common stock in the offering and will not receive any proceeds from the sale of shares in the offering.
In addition, BHGE announced that it has agreed to repurchase (the “share repurchase”) from one or more of GE and its affiliates, in a privately negotiated transaction, 11,865,211 shares of BHGE Class B common stock, par value
Upon completion of the offering, GE and its affiliates will cease to hold more than 50% of the voting power of all classes of BHGE’s voting stock. Among other things, this will reduce the number of individuals who GE is entitled to designate to BHGE’s board of directors from five to one. GE has informed the Company that it intends for
The offering of these securities is being made pursuant to an effective shelf registration statement. The offering is being made only by means of a prospectus and prospectus supplement. A copy of the prospectus and prospectus supplement relating to these securities may be obtained, when available, from
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About Baker Hughes, a GE company
BHGE (NYSE: BHGE) is the world’s first and only fullstream provider of integrated oilfield products, services and digital solutions. We deploy minds and machines to enhance customer productivity, safety and environmental stewardship, while minimizing costs and risks at every step of the energy value chain. With operations in over 120 countries, we infuse over a century of experience with the spirit of a startup – inventing smarter ways to bring energy to the world.
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Source: Baker Hughes, a GE company