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The tender for the sale of Vladivostok airport filed applications for three companies
Three participants came to the tender for the sale of the Vladivostok airport.
Among them: "Airports of Regions" (part of the "Renova" group of Viktor Vekselberg, the largest airport under management - "Koltsovo" in Yekaterinburg); Aeroinvest (is engaged in the reconstruction of the Kaliningrad airport Khrabrovo), and Novaport (operates Tolmachevo airport). The winner will be announced on December 29 this year.
Earlier it was supposed, as various media reported, that their applications can be submitted by: Oleg Basil's Deripaska group (manages a number of airports in the south of Russia); German Fraport and VTB (jointly participate in the management of Pulkovo Airport, St. Petersburg), as well as Rostek Group together with Lithuanian Avia Solyushen Group.
The cost of the shares sold has not been disclosed. “There is no official lower threshold in the tender documents, nevertheless, we understand it,” a Sheremetyevo official said this week. The media cited the words of sources familiar with the details of the upcoming transaction, the expected price will be 7,5-8 billion rubles. In addition to the price, the tender committee will also evaluate the development strategy of Vladivostok airport presented by investors. As noted by the interlocutors of some media outlets, the transaction may not take place if all the participants in the tender offer too low a price for the asset, and the government of the Russian Federation is talking about this.
Reference: According to the terms of the tender, 52,16% of shares in Vladivostok International Airport and 74,99% of the shares of Vladivostok Terminal, which currently belong to Sheremetyevo International Airport (MASh), should be sold. According to the shareholder agreement, until the end of 2014, Sheremetyevo should buy back from VEB another 25,007% of the shares of Terminal Vladivostok. Under the terms of the tender, the package will be immediately sold to the new owner. As a result, one of the three participants will get 52,16% of the shares of OJSC Vladivostok International Airport and 100% of the shares of ZAO Terminal Vladivostok.