The approximately 200 associates to the Grouped Minority Shareholders (AMAP), representing approximately 3 per cent stake in Pescanova, have requested the Galician multinational firm must go public again.
Now that the 10 Spanish subsidiaries undergoing creditors’ meeting have been saved from liquidation risk, minority shareholders of the company require the board to fulfill its word and seek a relisting in the exchange.
The written account by the shareholders was directed to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), the National Audience and Pescanova itself.
"Pescanova has overcome the worst and the longest storm in its history, has saved all the subsidiaries that have undergone creditors’ meeting, has saved the parent firm and has saved the most important factor, ...
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