Pescanova ratifies rejection of Nueva Pescanova capital increase
Pescanova's former president, Manuel Fernández de Sousa. (Photo: Stock File)
Pescanova’s shareholders ratified the decision to reject the capital increase of Nueva Pescanova and contest it in court, the company reported in a statement sent to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV).
This decision, adopted at the Extraordinary Shareholders' Meeting held this week in Burela, had already been adopted at the previous extraordinary meeting in September 2016, but the voting session was repeated because the Broadbill investment fund increased its position in the capital of Pescanova and became one of the main shareholders, changing from 3.69 per cent to 11.5 per cent of the capital.
More than half of the shareholders present at the meeting ratified the position. Only Broadbill and Sodesco, the company controlled by Pescanova’s former president, Manuel Fern&aac...
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