Tag Archives: Allegion Spinoff

Ingersoll Rand and Gardner Denver To Put Their Whole Selves In, Reverse Morris Trust It All Around

That’s what it’s all about. How do you sell off part of your business and not pay taxes? The answer, of course, is a reverse Morris Trust transaction. Ingersoll-Rand(IR) is an Ireland-based industrial conglomerate with a $30 billion market cap and 49,000 employees. Ingersoll Rand is no stranger to these pages, having spun off its security business as… Read More »

Ingersoll-Rand Completes Allegion Spinoff

Ingersoll-Rand (IR) completed the spinoff of its commercial and residential security business, Allegion (ALLE). The new company started trading today on the NYSE and IR shareholders should have received 1 share of ALLE for every 3 shares of IR owned. The new company is expected to have revenues of over $2b and EBITDA of over $400m. For much… Read More »

Ingersoll-Rand Pledges Allegion To The Spin

Months after caving into demands from activist investor Nelson Peltz to break itself up, Ingersoll-Rand (IR) has started releasing details on its commercial & residential security spinoff. The new company will be named Allegion and is expected to trade on the NYSE under the ticker ‘ALLE’. According to the press release, the name was chosen because it represents ‘the… Read More »