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Global Eagle Entertainment (ENT) – Expected Tender Offer – 80% upside

Current Price –$6.2

Offer Price - $11

Upside – 80%

Expiration Date - TBD (likely H2 2017)

Global Eagle Entertainment provides satellite based entertainment and connectivity services for aviation and maritime industries (think wifi on the plane or Gogo). Company presentation is here. Its systems are installed in 750 aircraft currently and the company has contracts for further expansion. Revenues are growing at 30%+ annually, but ENT is still loss making and burning cash. I am no expert in technology investments and find these

   

ZAIS Financial (ZFC) – Tender Offer – 12% upside

Current Price –$14.06;

Offer price – at least $15.36 + $0.4 in dividends, a total of $15.76;

Upside – 12%

The tender offer is expected to be announced at the beginning of Q4 2016 and completed by the end of the quarter. Dividends will be distributed for record holders as of 30th of September 2016.

     

Nationstar Mortgage (NSM) – Odd Lot Tender Offer – minimal upside currently

Current Price – $9.05

Offer Price – $8.2 – $9.4

Upside – potentially 3% or $35 (if the upper pricing limit is used)

Expiration date –  11 March 2016

No proration for odd lot holders

Some thoughts: With the recent market volatility there is a good chance that better buying opportunities will appear before expiry of the offer

SEC Filling

Summary:

Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc., a Delaware corporation, is offering to purchase shares of its common stock, par value $0.01 per share

 

Alstom (ALO) – Tender Offer – 28% price differential

Current Price – Eur 27.27

Offer Price – Eur 35

Upside – 28%

Expiration date –  20 January 2016

Tender document

Alstom is listed in France

This is a materially different tender compared to the ones usually posted on this site. So do your own due diligence before making the purchase.

Alstom is buying back 30% of the outstanding shares. There is no odd lot provision. The largest shareholder (Bouygues, 29% holding) has indicated that it will tender the shares, therefore I would