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Ritchie Bros. Changes Corporate Name to RB Global

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers changed its corporate name to RB Global, following the successful closing of its acquisition of IAA acquisition. RB Global will go to market and do business with customers under the Ritchie Bros., IAA, Rouse and SmartEquip brands. read more

IAA Forms New Market Alliance in West Africa

IAA, a Ritchie Bros. company, formed a new market alliance with Antonio, SARL in the West African country of Benin, providing authorization for auction centers operated by Antonio, SARL to help local buyers buy, transport and import vehicles from IAA auctions in the United States. read more

Ritchie Bros. Completes Acquisition of IAA

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers completed its acquisition of IAA. As previously announced under the terms of the amended merger agreement, IAA shareholders will receive $12.80 per share in cash and 0.5252 common shares of Ritchie Bros. for each share of IAA common stock they own. read more

Ritchie Bros. Closes $1.35B in Senior Notes to Partially Fund IAA Merger

Ritchie Bros. closed an offering of $550 million aggregate principal amount of 6.75% senior secured notes and $800 million aggregate principal amount of 7.75% senior unsecured notes to partially fund its merger with IAA. read more

Ritchie Bros. Receives $500MM Investment from Starboard Value

Ritchie Bros. entered into a securities purchase agreement with Starboard Value and certain of its affiliates pursuant to which Starboard will make a concurrent $485 million convertible preferred equity and $15 million common share investment in Ritchie Bros. read more

Ritchie Bros. and IAA Amend Merger Agreement

Ritchie Bros. and IAA amended the terms of their previously announced merger agreement. The amended agreement shifts the consideration makeup to a cash/stock mix of approximately 29% cash and 71% stock from the previous mix of 22% cash and 78% stock. read more

Ritchie Bros. and IAA Receive Regulatory Clearance for Proposed Acquisition

The waiting period for the proposed acquisition of IAA by Ritchie Bros. under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 has expired, while the entities received a no-action letter from the Canadian Commissioner of Competition. read more

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