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Brazil's Oi SA Extends Exclusivity Talks With BTG Sale Of Fiber Unit Infraco To April 9- Filing
America Movil Says Binding Offer Submitted By Unit Claro, With Telefónica, Tim Declared Winner For Buying Mobile Business Owned By Oi Group
Brazil's Oi confirms Highline presented top bid for tower unit
Oi SA em Recuperacao Judicial, formerly Oi S.A., is an integrated telecommunications service provider in Brazil. The Company is a switched fixed-line telephony services (STFC) concessionaire. It is engaged in the provision of STFC as a local and intraregional long-distance carrier. Its segments include Residential Services, Personal Mobility, and SMEs/Corporate. It offers a range of integrated telecommunications services that include fixed and mobile, broadband, pay television (TV), data transmission and Internet provider services. The Company's Residential Services segment is focused on the sale of fixed telephony services, including voice services, data communication services (broadband), and pay TV. The Personal Mobility segment is focused on the sale of mobile telephony services to subscription and prepaid customers, and mobile broadband customer. The SMEs/Corporate segment includes corporate solutions offered to its small, medium-sized, and large corporate customers.
Rua do Lavradio, 71,2 andar, Centro
Eleazar De Carvalho Filho
Independent Chairman of the Board
Rodrigo Modesto de Abreu
Chief Executive Officer
Independent Vice Chairman of the Board
Camille Loyo Faria
Chief Financial Officer and Investor Relations Officer
Jose Claudio Moreira Goncalves
Chief Operating Officer
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The superintendence of Brazil's competition regulator Cade said on Friday it viewed an asset sale by Brazilian telecom Oi SA as "complex," suggesting that TIM, Telefônica Brasil and América Móvil's Claro may struggle to wrap up a quick sale.
Brazilian telecom Oi SA said on Wednesday it had received the go-ahead from a court to sell a majority stake in its fiber optic business to funds managed by Banco BTG Pactual.
TIM Participacoes, Telefonica Brasil SA and America Movil SAB de CV's Claro won an auction on Monday to acquire the mobile operations of Brazil's Oi SA with a joint bid of 16.5 billion reais ($3.23 billion), the companies said in a series of securities filings.
Brazil's government will pardon about half of the roughly 14 billion reais ($2.6 billion) in debt owed to it by Brazilian telecom firm Oi SA, the country's solicitor general said on Friday.
Brazilian telecom Oi SA has initiated a voluntary buyout program that it expects will result in up to 2,000 workers, or 15% of the company's workforce, leaving the firm, it said in a securities filing on Friday.
TIM Participacoes, Telefonica Brasil and America Movil's Claro won the right to match any other higher bid for the mobile assets of Oi SA, the companies said in a securities filing on Monday.
Brazilian telecom firm Oi SA proposed amendments to its restructuring plan on Friday, urging creditors to extend new loans and to get higher bids for assets put on the block.
Latin American fibre optic network company Ufinet, owned by Enel and private equity firm Cinven, has made a non-binding offer for the fibre unit of Brazil's Oi, two sources familiar with the matter said.
A Brazilian high court ruled on Thursday that the 11 billion reais ($2 billion) debt owed by bankrupt telecom Grupo Oi SA to Brazil's telecommunications regulator Anatel will not get preferential treatment in restructuring negotiations.
Brazilian telecommunications firm Oi SA <OIBR4.SA> confirmed on Tuesday in a securities filing that it received a new 16.5 billion reais ($3.2 billion) bid for its mobile assets from Telecoms Tim Participacoes <TIMP3.SA>, Telefonica Brasil <VIVT4.SA> and America Movil's...
Brazilian telecoms firm Oi SA confirmed on Tuesday in a securities filing that it received a new 16.5 billion reais ($3.2 billion) bid for its mobile assets from Telecoms Tim Participacoes, Telefonica Brasil and America Movil's Claro .
Telecoms Tim Participacoes <TIMP3.SA>, Telefonica Brasil <VIVT4.SA> and America Movil's Claro <AMXL.MX> on Monday night raised their bid to buy Oi SA's <OIBR4.SA> mobile assets out of bankruptcy for 16.5 billion reais ($3.21 billion).
Highline do Brasil, a portfolio company of U.S. private equity firm Digital Colony, has presented the best offer for the mobile assets of Brazilian telecom Oi SA <OIBR4.SA> and the two parties are entering exclusive negotiations, Oi said on Wednesday.
Highline do Brasil, a portfolio company of U.S. private equity firm Digital Colony, has presented the best offer for the mobile assets of Brazilian telecom Oi SA <OIBR4.SA> and the two parties are entering exclusive negotiations, Oi said in a securities filing on Wednesday.
Digital Colony, a private equity firm backed by U.S. real estate investor Thomas Barrack and Digital Bridge Holdings, has delivered a bid for the mobile unit of bankrupt Brazilian carrier Oi SA, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Brazilian telecoms firm Oi SA <OIBR4.SA> will split off four units from its main business operating under bankruptcy protection as a prelude to billions of dollars in asset sales to fund its growing broadband fiber unit.
Brazilian telecoms firm Oi SA announced late on Monday a proposed plan that, if approved by creditors, would allow the company to exit a long bankruptcy restructuring process that began in 2016.
Brazilian telecoms company Oi SA <OIBR4.SA> has postponed disclosure of its first-quarter earnings until June 15, the company said late on Wednesday, adding that it is currently focused on preparing documents for an amendment proposal to its bankruptcy plan.
Social distancing measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic are boosting broadband usage by up to 50% in Brazil, but may end up delaying the country's fifth-generation mobile network (5G) auction, the head of the country's telecoms watchdog said on Friday.
Brazil's largest fixed-line carrier Oi SA has kicked off a renewable energy project that will cut its operating costs by 400 million reais ($77.09 million) per year, the company said on Tuesday.
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