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Atlantia Announces Sale Of Atlantias Entire Stake In ASPI; Authorisation From Italian Government
Atlantia H1 EBITDA Up At EUR 1.7 Bln
Autostrade says has already changed tolls in reply to Antitrust probe
Atlantia SpA is an Italy-based company engaged in toll road and airport management. The Company operates through five segments: Italian motorways, Overseas motorways, Italian airports, Overseas airports, and Atlantia and other activities. The Company's Motorway activities include the management of more than 14,000 kilometers of toll motorways under concession in 16 countries across Europe, Americas and Asia. Its Airport activities involve the operation of airports in Italy, including Aeroporti di Roma, and in France (Aeroports de la Cote d'Azur). The Other activities include infrastructure-related services, such as engineering, maintenance and electronic payment services provided through the Company’s subsidiaries. The Company is active globally.
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Atlantia's toll road payment unit Telepass sees an initial public offering (IPO) as an option from 2024 to allow minority shareholder Partners Group Holding to cash in, Il Sole 24 Ore quoted Telepass' chief executive as saying.
Atlantia's Autostrade per l'Italia expects net toll revenue to come in between 2.6 billion and 2.8 billion euros for all of 2021, the motorway unit of the Italian infrastructure group said on Monday.
Italy's Atlantia considers its 16% stake in German builder Hochtief non-strategic and may sell it in the future as it gears up to rejig its investment portfolio after agreeing to sell its Italian motorway unit, three sources said.
Atlantia’s road trip is taking a brighter turn. The infrastructure group controlled by the Benetton family is due to receive 8 billion euros of cash from the forced sale of its trouble-hit Italian motorway unit. M&A should not be the only option.
Italian prosecutors investigating the deadly collapse of a bridge in 2018 have asked for 59 people, including former Atlantia CEO Giovanni Castellucci, to be sent for trial, two judicial sources told Reuters.
Italy's Atlantia will use most of the 8 billion euros ($9.6 billion) of proceeds from selling its motorway unit for deals and helping its subsidiaries invest rather than paying down their debts, a senior source within the group told Reuters.
Italian state lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) and investment partners Macquarie and Blackstone have agreed a five-year lock-up for their joint investment in Atlantia's motorway unit, one source close to the matter said.
Italy's Atlantia is considering a share buyback of up to 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) and a dividend payout of 600 million euros next year after it agreed to part ways with motorway business Autostrade per l'Italia.
A consortium led by the Italian state lender CDP said on Saturday it had signed an agreement with Atlantia to buy a 88% stake in its motorway unit and would start talks with minority shareholders who have an option to sell their holdings.
A large majority of Atlantia's investors on Monday backed the sale of the group's stake in its motorway unit to Italian state lender CDP and allies, drawing a line under a dispute triggered by a deadly bridge collapse in 2018.
Atlantia investors are on Monday expected to back the sale of the group's motorway unit to Italian state lender CDP and allies, two sources close to the matter said, bringing to an end a dispute triggered by a deadly bridge disaster in 2018.
A bid for Atlantia's motorway unit from a consortium led by Italian state lender CDP looked more likely to succeed after getting the backing of a top governance adviser.
Atlantia has called a shareholder meeting on May 31 to assess an improved offer for its motorway unit presented by state investor CDP and its partners, the group controlled by Italy's Benetton family said on Friday.
Italian state lender CDP and its partners' sweetened bid for Atlantia's motorway unit Autostrade still values it 9.1 billion euros ($11.00 billion), but includes a 180 million euro fee paid to the seller, two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
The revised offer Italian state lender CDP and its partners sent to Atlantia for the acquisition of its motorway unit includes a ticking fee worth around 180 million euros ($217.66 million), two sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Italy state lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) has not taken any decision over a binding offer for Atlantia's motorway unit Autostrade per l'Italia at a board meeting on Monday, two sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Italian prosecutors have concluded an inquiry into a deadly 2018 motorway collapse and are preparing possible charges against 69 former employees of infrastructure Atlantia as well as government officials, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.
Atlantia investor and hedge fund TCI has urged Italy's government not to put any pressure on the Italian infrastructure group to strike a deal to sell its motorway business Autostrade, a letter seen by Reuters shows.
ACS intends to present a binding bid for Atlantia's motorway unit within a reasonable time frame, the Spanish company wrote in its second letter to the Italian group, two sources said on Friday.
Spanish infrastructure group ACS confirmed on Friday it had made an offer for Atlantia's 88% stake in motorway unit Autostrade per l'Italia, which values the business at 9 billion-10 billion euros ($10.7 billion-$11.9 billion).
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