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ARM Arm Hldgs.

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23 May 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arm Hldgs. LSE:ARM London Ordinary Share GB0000595859 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1,700.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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Invitation to comment on public interest: Closes on 14 May 2021

On 19 April 2021, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport issued a public interest intervention notice (PIIN) on the public interest ground of national security in accordance with sections 42(2) and 58(1) of the Enterprise Act 2002 (the Act) in relation to the anticipated acquisition by NVIDIA Corporation of Arm Limited. This means that the Secretary of State will make the final decision on whether this transaction operates, or may be expected to operate, against the public interest and should be referred to a phase 2 assessment, taking into account both competition and public interest (namely, national security) issues

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is required to submit a report to the Secretary of State in accordance with section 44 of the Act by 30 July 2021.

The report will include the CMA's assessment of whether it is or may be the case that this transaction if carried into effect, will result in the creation of a relevant merger situation under the merger provisions of the Act and, if so, whether the creation of that situation may be expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition within any market or markets in the United Kingdom for goods or services.

It will also include a summary of any representations the CMA receives which relate to the public interest consideration specified in the PIIN , namely national security, which are or may be relevant to the Secretary of State's decision.

To assist it with this assessment, the CMA invites comments on the transaction from any interested party on national security considerations with responses due by 14 May 2021. As shown on the CMA's case page, the CMA invited initial comments on the transaction in relation to competition considerations on 6 January 2021. Third parties will have further opportunity to provide views pertaining to the CMA's competition assessment at a later stage of the CMA's investigation.

These comments should be provided by the deadline set out above to:

Case officer name: Anastasija Rogozianskaja and Dima Talja

Tel no: 020 3738 6173

E-mail: and

All updates on significant case developments will be available on the CMA case page.

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I bought thousands of these in the nineties are they worth anything and how do I find out my holding

If you bought thousands of ARM Holdings shares before 20 April 1999, they'll have undergone a 4-for-1 split on that date and then a 5-for-1 split on 19 April 2000, so each thousand shares you bought will have become 20,000 shares by the time of the takeover. The scheme of arrangement that put the takeover by SoftBank into effect on 5 September 2016 will have given SoftBank ownership of all of those shares, in exchange for SoftBank owing whoever owned the shares' owner just before it came into effect £17 per share, i.e. £340,000 for each thousand shares you originally bought. Assuming you were still their owner just before that (i.e. that you hadn't sold them, given them away or otherwise disposed of them in the meantime), and that you haven't already received that money and somehow forgotten it ;-), you're the person they owed that money to, you're still owed it and you're still able to enforce that debt (and will continue to be for some years to come, but not forever if you do nothing about it).

If you bought ARM Holdings shares on or after 20 April 1999 and your memory of it being in the nineties is correct (i.e. it was no later than 31 December 1999), the same applies apart from the shares not having undergone the 4-for-1 split. So the numbers per thousand shares you originally bought drop to 5,000 shares just before the SoftBank takeover and £85,000 afterwards, but otherwise everything above applies.

If you're instead talking about Acorn Computers shares, in principle you became entitled in June 1999 to 400 ARM Holdings shares per thousand shares you originally bought, as implied by eldermon's post above. That's long enough ago that I'm very uncertain about that entitlement still being legally enforceable (though even if it isn't, it might still be respected - so worth trying, at least if you can still work out who to approach about it). If you can collect that entitlement, the subsequent history of the ARM Holdings shares will be as above, apart from the numbers being 2/5ths the size, i.e. 2,000 shares just before the SoftBank takeover and £34,000 afterwards per thousand Acorn Computers shares originally bought.

As for who to approach about the matter, if you held the shares in a nominee broker account, it's the broker or whoever has taken them over since you lost contact with them and the account (I assume you must have done that, otherwise the broker would have collected the money and put it into the account pretty automatically, and you would almost certainly know about it). There's no point in approaching Acorn Computers, ARM Holdings, Softbank or anyone associated with any of them, because they will never have even heard of you - as far as they were concerned, your shares were registered as legally owned by your broker's nominee company.

If instead you held the shares in a CREST account or as certificates, your shares will have been registered as legally owned by you personally and you will want to approach the appropriate company. If it's a CREST account, also contact the broker who acts as your CREST 'sponsor'; if certificates, dig them out, because you will certainly want them at some stage!

With regard to how to contact ARM Holdings or Softbank, I think I would first see whether a "I am a former shareholder of ARM Holdings plc who has been out of contact about his shareholding for many years - are you able to tell me who to contact, please?" enquiry to the contact details on produces results. Failing that, the list of contacts in might be helpful, though do bear in mind the fact that much of it is likely to be out of date!


That's good news for you. They got taken over at 17 quid odd so you should have received a load of cash. How did you miss that.
Hi guys I bought thousands of these in the nineties are they worth anything and how do I find out my holding
Thanks eldermon - so my base cost looks like being 9p/share. Not that that makes much difference to my CGT this year!
Acorn Shares were converted into ARM Shares 2 for 5, back in Jun 1999

There was then a 5 for 1 share split in April 2000

OK looks like 2 ARM for every 5 Acorn so 45p is my base price.

Funny to think that this is more than the price during the last financial crash, when it fell below 40p/share.

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