Based on the 8k, it looks like the shareholder of GLBL will receive between 1.5 to 1.75 on top of the buyout offer from BAM. From seekingalpha - aventeren .
" Okay, 75% of the B shares would be 75% * 61M shares = 46,007,290.5 shares. If there are currently 113,206,700 A shares, that means A shareholders would receive the equivalent of 46,007,290.5 shares / 113,206,700 shares = 0.406 shares. If the offer price were $4.15, then A shareholders would receive a 0.406 shares * $4.15/share = $1.6849/share; 0.406 shares * $4.25/share = $1.7255/share; 0.406 shares * $4.35/share = $1.7661/share; etc. So this "allocate 75% of B shares to A shareholders" clause would mean something like $1.68-ish to $1.80-ish in additional value for A shareholders. Is my math right? I'm just noodling here. "