Unibrew hunting money and buyers

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Chasing new capital

Royal Unibrews financial statements contained a grim surprise in the form of a depreciation in the Polish brewer activities at 455 million. And thus it appears that the company be chasing new capital. Either by raising the market or by selling a portion of the store from. It assesses at least Jyske Bank brewery analyst Jens Houe Thomsen, to the news agency Direkt.

Not easy

“I shall be liable to me know that they require that started a process to ensure a more appropriate capital structure. Such a process could well result in a capital increase, the analyst, but it does not look particularly good opportunities to get money in the market when you stand in the Royal Unibrews situation. “


“One fifth of the company’s owners must be presumed not to want to be with, and it is something of a mouthful that would guarantee at the bank,” said Jens Houe Thomsen, referring to major shareholder Stodir that has gone into receivership”

An international issue

– It could be as far to anything. But Italy is much along with Denmark, since the store consists of exported beer, making it difficult to sell. But they can sell Poland, and they can sell the Caribbean, notes analyst.

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februar 26th, 2009 at 7:32 pm

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