On February 2, 2010, Cadbury became part of Kraft Foods. Below you’ll find historical dividend and tax information as well as additional stock-related information for former Cadbury shareholders. Kraft Foods Inc. changed its name to Mondelēz International, Inc. on October 1, 2012, following the spin-off of its North American grocery business, which is now Kraft Foods Group, Inc.
On March 29, 2010, the offer for the issued shares in Cadbury plc by Kraft Foods Inc became compulsory and all Cadbury shares were acquired under the terms of the offer. In consideration of the Cadbury shares, shareholders were entitled to receive 500 pence and 0.1874 Kraft Foods shares for every Cadbury share previously held (total offer price of £8.40 per Cadbury share held).
Kraft Foods has appointed Georgeson to help find and reunite individuals with their entitlements under the offer. If you have received a letter from Georgeson and Cadbury plc, it is because you could be entitled to shares or cash that you may not be aware of. As any new entitlement to Kraft Foods shares will be traded on the New York Stock Exchange, Cadbury has also appointed Georgeson to facilitate the sale of these shares, should an individual wish to sell their holding.
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