The company filed an IPO, increasing capital from 118.917 mln leva (60.801 mln euros) to 130 mln leva (66.467 mln euros) by offering 11.083 shares with a face value of 1 lev and issue value of 4 leva. On the debut day, the average price was 5.12 leva, some transaction were made at 6.62 leva.
Today, a year later, shares were traded at prices between 16.90 leva and 19 leva.
Alexander Kerezov, deputy chairman of the Management Board said the public status and the 1 year anniversary since listing mean “responsibility and obligations”.
Kerezov also expressed hopes that shareholders' trust in the holding will continue to grow and they will double their investment during the following year.
Chimimport recently completed another capital increase – from 130 mln leva (66.467 mln euros) to 150 mln leva (76.693 mln euros). The company raised some 220 mln leva (112.484 mln euros) in the procedures. The GM adopted a decision allowing the Board of Directors to increase capital to 175 mln leva (89.476 mln euros) via issue of new common, or non-preferred shares.
On September 30 the company posted non-consolidated profit in the amount of 50.27 mln leva (25.702 mln euros). Main shareholder is Chimimport Invest AD controlling 64.26% of the capital.