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Updated at 23:36 with news from Gafisa
Taesa will pay an interim dividend. See details:
The board of directors of Taesa (TAEE11, TAEE4), meeting on Thursday 5 January, approved the distribution of interim dividends for the year 2022 in the amount of R$ 460,000,000.06.
This amount is equivalent to R$ 0.4450909139 per share (ordinary/preferred) and R$ 1.3352727417 per Unit.
On January 11, 2023 the shares become ex-dividend date.
The payment date will be January 23, 2023.
The information is contained in the minutes of the meeting of the board of directors.
Investment vehicle Tanure increases stake in Gafisa
Gafisa (GFSA3) informed on Thursday the 5th that it had received notification of the acquisition of a significant stake in MAM Asset Management.
MAM announced that the Funds under its management reached 5,839,529 shares issued by Gafisa, a share equal to 11.42% of the company’s capital.
MAM, Nelson Tanure’s investment vehicle, communicated that the change in the Funds’ stake does not intend to change the composition of the control or the administrative structure of the company, as it is part of its investment policy.
Eletrobras shareholders approve the merger of Furnas, Chesf, CGT Eletrosul and Eletronorte
The shareholders of Eletrobras (ELET3, ELET6) meeting in an extraordinary general meeting this Thursday 5, approved the merger of all shares issued by the following subsidiaries: Companhia Hidro Elétrica do São Francisco (Chesf); Southern Brazil Electricity Generation and Transmission Company (CGT Eletrosul); Furnas – Power plants and power plants of northern Brazil (Eletronorte).
The information was disclosed by Eletrobras in a material fact sent to the market after the trading session.
The item that required the redemption and cancellation of the company’s class A (PNA) preferred shares, in the amount of R$ 48.4502 per share, was removed from the meeting agenda.
With the merger, Eletrobras aims to obtain operational synergies and capital gains, as well as to simplify and improve the organizational and governance structures of the companies involved, with the consequent improvement of the market positioning.
Petrobras: Polo Bahia Terra is under negotiation
Petrobras (PETR3, PETR4) highlighted this Thursday 5, that the process of decommissioning the Bahia Terra Hub is under negotiation with the consortium of companies Petrorecôncavo (RECV3) and Eneva (ENEV3), and has not been suspended. .
The oil company’s statement came after Mover reported that the government team charged with discussing Petrobras’ future defends the suspension of some of the company’s ongoing divestments, including the sale of Polo Bahia. The information on the site is attributed to the sources.
In December 2022, the state oil company announced in a statement that it would cripple the operation of 37 land-based oil and gas production facilities at the Bahia Terra hub, after an audit by the National Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels Agency ( ANP), but reiterated that the process of divestment of Bahia Terra is under negotiation with the consortium of companies.
Multiplan promises Atlético to buy 24.95% of DiamondMall
Multiplan (MULT3) has signed a purchase agreement with Clube Atlético Mineiro for the acquisition of 24.95% of the DiamondMall shopping center, located in the city of Belo Horizonte, thus bringing the company’s stake to 75.05%.
The information is contained in a press release to the market released on the night of this Thursday 5.
The completion of the acquisition is subject to the occurrence of conditions precedent including, among these, the approval by the Cade (Council of Directors for Economic Defense).
The price to pay for the acquisition will be R$ 170 million.
On January 2, Multiplan announced that it had not completed the acquisition of the remaining 49.9% stake in the DiamondMall shopping center, remaining with a 50.1% stake in the property.
Paranapanema: Board Approves Sale of Credit Right to BTG
The board of directors of Paranapanema (PMAM3) approved the assignment of part of the credit rights deriving from the lawsuits relating to the right to exclude ICMS from the PIS and COFINS calculation basis to Banco BTG Pactual, subject to the fulfillment of certain conditions precedent, including , among others, the authorization of the Court of Judicial Reorganization and the assent of the creditors holding the fiduciary assignment of such credits.
The value has not been disclosed.
Paranapanema is in judicial recovery.
Oi: Cade approves the sale of SPE Torres 2
The General Superintendence of the Administrative Council and Economic Defense (Cade) has approved, without limitation, the sale of SPE Torres 2, owned by Oi (OIBR3, OIBR4), to NK 108 – subsidiary of Highline do Brasil.
In a press release to the market, Oi specifies that the effective completion of the transaction, with the transfer of the shares representing the entire share capital of SPE Torres 2 to NK 108, is also subject to the prior consent of the National Telecommunications Agency (Agência National de Telecomunicações).
Copasa: the chairman of the board of directors resigns
The health company of Minas Gerais – Copasa (CSMG3) informed on Thursday 5 that André Macêdo Facó has resigned as president of the board of directors and as member of the board of statutory auditors.
Board member Hamilton Amadeo will succeed him as chairman of the board.
Prio (PRIO3) releases December production data
Prio (PRIO3) released production data for December 2022 and for the year on Thursday.
It produced 45,375 boepd last month, down 6% from November.
The oil company produced 40,470 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) in the year 2022.
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