BERLIN — Procter & Gamble is coming under increased pressure to raise its bid for Wella. Dissatisfaction among preference shareholders is reportedly mounting and sources say an unidentified group lodged a complaint on Thursday with BaFin, a German Financial Supervisory Agency. BaFin officials were not available for comment.

As reported, Procter & Gamble inked a deal to take control of Wella last month, offering the founding family $99.44 a share for their 77.6 percent of the voting shares. All dollar figures are calculated from the euro at current exchange rates.

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