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Shivam Cement first cement producer to IPO in Nepal

22 June 2018, Published under Cement News

Shivam Cement Ltd is set to issue 5,280,000 units in an initial public offering (IPO) at premium prices after the company received approval from the Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon). It is the first cement producer that is issuing primary shares for the general public. Shivam Cement will issue 880,000 units, or two per cent of the company’s share capital, at the rate of NPR300 (US$2.75)/unit. The company will also be allowed to issue 4,400,000 units of primary share, or 10 per cent of is...


05 October 2016, Published under Cement News

Following the closure of its mandatory offer for Italcementi, HeidelbergCement now holds 96.4 per cent of the shares and has stated its intention to acquire the remaining shares as it holds in excess of 95 per cent of the equity. The Italcementi shares will be de-listed on the 7 October 2016.

Azerbaijan: EBRD increase stake in Holcim plant

16 September 2016, Published under Cement News

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has raised its stake in the equity capital of Holcim (Azerbaijan) OJSC in Azerbaijan (formerly Garadagh Cement Plant) to 20 per cent. A statement from the EBRD read, “The bank will continue to support a major company in Azerbaijan, demonstrating continued support for the country's non-oil sector. In addition, the company is committed to sustainability standards, and will pursue the use of alternative fuels in its operations.” ...

Plans to convert Binani Cement debt into equity

09 November 2015, Published under Cement News

Lenders to India’s Binani Cement are planning to convert a total debt of INR30bn in the company to equity. The debt-to-equity conversion is being contemplated under the strategic debt restructuring (SDR) guidelines of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The consortium of 18 banks led by the Central Bank of India are looking at converting the debt to equity, giving lenders a majority stake. "The banks are contemplating whether they should first try and turn around the company," a banker told ...