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Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo

BSNL.SJ

Latest Trade

16.00BAM

Change

0.48(+3.09%)

Volume

309

Today's Range

16.00

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16.00

52 Week Range

14.04

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19.20

As of on the Sarajevo Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Latest Developments

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo Pays Dividend for FY 2012

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo announced that it has decided to pay a dividend for the 2012 fiscal year of BAM 0.26 per share to its shareholders. The record date is June 22, 2013. The Company paid dividend of BAM 0.28 for the 2011 fiscal year.

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo Appoints New Auditor for FY 2012

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo announced that following its Meeting held on December 24, 2012, it has appointed REVIFORM doo Sarajevo for the 2012 fiscal year.

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo Appoints New CEO and Auditor for FY 2012

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo announced that it has appointed Mr. Nedzad Polic for the post of Chief Executive Officer of the Company. The Company also appointed KPMG B-H doo from Sarajevo as its auditor for the 2012 fiscal year.

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo Plans Dividend Payment for FY 2011

Bosnalijek dd Sarajevo announced that it plans to pay a dividend for the 2011 fiscal year of BAM 0.28 per share to its shareholders.

Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo Issues FY 2011 Profit and Revenue Guidance-Reuters News

Reuters News reported that Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo expects profit and revenue to rise 6% in 2011 after its 2010 pre-tax profit fell by a third on lower sales on domestic market. The Company’s General Manager said the 2010 profit amounted to BAM 6 million (USD 4 million) on revenue down 7% to BAM 102 million.

The International Finance Corporation’s Stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo Draws No Buyers-SeeNews

SeeNews reported that The International Finance Corporation has failed to sell its 8.4% stake held in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo due to lack of interest. The extraordinary auction, held at the corporation's request, did not succeed as there was no demand for the shares at the parameters set by the seller. The International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank, offered its 655,729 shares in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo at a starting price of BAM 20 (USD 13 / EUR 10) per share.

Bosnia to Try Again to Sell 19.26% Stake of Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo-SeeNews

SeeNews reported that Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat Federation will try again to sell its 19.26% stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo on the Sarajevo Stock Exchange. A month ago, the United States-based Alvogen said it was in final talks to buy the minority stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo, aiming to expand to Europe. In May 2010, following negotiations with Alvogen, the Federation tried to sell the stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo in an auction on the Sarajevo bourse but Alvogen failed to turn up. At the time, the government asked BAM 22.03 (USD 15 / EUR 11) for each of its 1,507,724 shares in the Company, higher than the market price of BAM 18.5 per share. The Federation government said it would not cut the call price for the stake in its next attempt to sell Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo but added it would not rush with holding a new auction. Local media reported a week ago that Alvogen has asked the Federation government to schedule a new auction between September 13, 2010 and September 17, 2010, in order to wrap up the transaction by September 29, 2010.

Alvogen Announces Final Talks to Acquire 19.26% Stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo-SeeNews

SeeNews reported that the United States-based pharmaceutical firm Alvogen is in final talks to acquire from the government of Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat Federation its 19.26% stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo. In May 2010, the Federation offered for sale its Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo stake but no bidders turned up for the auction on the Sarajevo bourse. It asked BAM 22.03 (USD 14 / EUR 11) for each of its 1,507,724 shares in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo. The Federation, which together with the Serb Republic makes up Bosnia and Herzegovina, will not cut the call price for its minority stake in the next attempt to sell Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo.

Sale of Bosnia Federation's Minority Stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo Fails to Attract Buyers-SeeNews

SeeNews reported that the sale of the state-owned 19.26% stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo attracted no buyers. The auction of 1,507,724 shares owned by the government of Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat Federation at BAM 22.03 (USD 14 / EUR 11) per share failed as no bids were placed.

Bosnia Auctions 19.26% Stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo

SeeNews reported that Bosnia will auction its 19.26% stake in Bosnalijek d.d. Sarajevo at EUR 11.26 per share on May 14, 2010. Further details were not disclosed.

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