August 2009, the participation of the parties in the concert will be a factor for a certain transfer of shares or an agreement between the parties to the concert to trigger an offer to purchase – an acquisition that does not reach a trigger point can trigger a takeover bid, as well as the conclusion of an agreement to control a publicly traded company. If the parties to the concert hold a total of 25% or more of the voting rights of the company, the acquisition of additional voting rights (through the acquisition of a single share) by one of them, on or after August 1, 2009, requires the purchasers to make a takeover offer, unless the total control of the votes of the parties to the concert falls below 25% after the acquisition or if the concert benefits from an exemption from the call for tenders. Offer requirements. . . .