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COUNTY BANCORP MERGER INVESTIGATION: HALPER SADEH LLP ANNOUNCES INVESTIGATION INTO WHETHER THE SALE OF COUNTY BANCORP, INC. IS FAIR TO SHAREHOLDERS; INVESTORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE FIRM – ICBK
June 22, 2021.
New York, New York—Halper Sadeh LLP, a global investor rights law firm, is investigating whether the sale of County Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: ICBK) to Nicolet Bankshares, Inc. is fair to County Bancorp shareholders. Under the terms of the merger agreement, County Bancorp shareholders have the right to receive for each share of County Bancorp common stock, at the election of each holder and subject to proration, either cash of $37.18 per share of County Bancorp common stock or 0.48 shares of Nicolet common stock. County Bancorp shareholder elections will be prorated to ensure the total consideration will consist of approximately 20% cash and approximately 80% Nicolet common stock.
The investigation concerns whether County Bancorp and its board of directors violated the federal securities laws and/or breached their fiduciary duties to shareholders by failing to, among other things: (1) obtain the best possible consideration for County Bancorp shareholders; (2) determine whether Nicolet is underpaying for County Bancorp; and (3) disclose all material information necessary for County Bancorp shareholders to adequately assess and value the merger consideration. On behalf of County Bancorp shareholders, Halper Sadeh LLP may seek increased consideration for shareholders, additional disclosures and information concerning the proposed transaction, or other relief and benefits.
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