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Exor added that, subject to a shareholder vote, the governance rules of The Economist would be amended to limit the voting powers of any single shareholder to 20 per cent, and to ensure that no one individual or company can own more than 50 per cent of the group's shares.
"Exor has achieved great success in growing a business that is performing extremely well, and once combined with DTZ, will be even better positioned to further capitalize on the real estate growth trends across the globe.
Exor have 200+ communication drivers including connection to the most popular fieldbus networks, and several industrial Ethernet protocols.
Exor controls Fiat SpA (BIT:F), Fiat Industrial (BIT:FI), and Juventus Football Club (BIT:JUVE), among others.
Eleven members of Fota, the Formula One Teams' Association will meet to discuss the implications of the recent interest shown by News Corporation and Exor, owners of Fiat and Ferrari.
The reports stated that Exor Chief Executive John Elkann, who is also chairman at Fiat, ruled out any asset sales for Fiat Industrial in April.
The sport faces a crossroads over its potential direction in light of the interest expressed this week by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, in tandem with Italian investment giant EXOR, run by the Agnelli family, with regard to a takeover.
F1 is a money-making machine, with annual profits of pounds 600 million, which is why there is interest from Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, in partnership with investment giant EXOR, regarding a takeover.
One of Europe's largest investment firms, Exor, confirmed their interest on Tuesday in acquiring F1 alongside News Corporation.
The new chairman, Carlo Sant'Albano, has served as CEO of Exor, Cushman's majority shareholder, for the last five years.
Both parties agreed to keep the purchase price confidential, said Banca Leonardo, which is owned by founder Gerardo Braggiotti and investors including Exor SpA (EXO.MI), Allianz SE (ALV.XE).
Norges Bank's stakes in the Agnelli family's companies span from the 2.024% stake in Fiat, to 0.90% in the dynasty's investment company Exor (BIT: EXO) and 0.28% in Juventus Football Club (BIT: JUVE).