Jeff Holland

  • ARCP-Cole Deal Questioned by Shareholder Law Firms

    Securities attorneys across the U.S. said Thursday they were investigating the proposed $11.2 billion merger agreement between Cole Real Estate Investments and American Realty Capital to see if it was fair to Cole shareholders.

    National 25 October 2013 14:41
  • In-Depth Look into ARCP/Cole Merger

    Two former competitors will become the world’s largest net-lease REIT, worth about $21 billion, as American Realty Capital Properties acquires Cole Real Estate Investments in an “epic transaction” for $11 billion.

    National 24 October 2013 14:33

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