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Men's Wearhouse rejects non-binding Jos A Bank proposal
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Oct '13
The Men's Wearhouse announced that its Board of Directors, after careful evaluation with the assistance of its financial and legal advisors, has determined to reject an unsolicited, non-binding proposal from Jos. A. Bank, which is subject to substantial debt and equity financing, due diligence and regulatory approval, to acquire Men's Wearhouse for $48.00 per share in cash. 

The Men's Wearhouse Board concluded that the proposal significantly undervalues Men's Wearhouse and its strong prospects for continued growth and value creation, and is not in the best interests of Men's Wearhouse or its shareholders.

"After careful review and deliberation, our Board of Directors has determined that Jos. A. Bank's proposal significantly undervalues Men's Wearhouse and fails to reflect the Company's growth strategy and upside potential," said Bill Sechrest, Lead Director of the Board.  "We believe Jos. A. Bank's unsolicited proposal is opportunistic, subject to unacceptable risks and contingencies, and would deprive our shareholders of the value inherent in Men's Wearhouse for inadequate consideration."

Doug Ewert, President and Chief Executive Officer of Men's Wearhouse, said, "The Board and management team are confident that continuing our strategic plan will create more value for shareholders than Jos. A. Bank's inadequate, highly conditional proposal. 

"Men's Wearhouse has undertaken a number of strategic initiatives to accelerate growth and profitability, including our recent acquisition of JA Holding Inc. and the Joseph Abboud brand ("Joseph Abboud").  We believe we are well positioned to deliver compelling value to our shareholders."

"Our Board and management team have also been consistently committed to enhancing value by returning capital to shareholders, and we are enthusiastic about the prospects for Men's Wearhouse.  We are confident that we can achieve total shareholder returns well in excess of what can be derived from Jos. A. Bank's unsolicited and inadequate proposal," added Mr. Ewert.

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