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The owners of Vivacom on Monday offered to buy out minority shareholders in the Bulgarian telecoms group in a deal that would value the company at about $557 million, Reuters reported.
The offer marks the latest stage in a restructuring of the telecoms company, which was saddled with huge debts after a 2007 buyout by U.S. insurer AIG, which subsequently sold Vivacom to PineBridge Investments.
Late last year, Bulgarian banker Tsvetan Vasilev, through his company Bromak, and Russian bank VTB Bank sealed a 1.7 billion euro restructuring deal with Vivacom creditors. Under this deal, Bromak ended up with about 43.3 percent of the telecoms company, VTB Bank 33.3 percent and a number of banks 17.5 percent. This was after writing off 1 billion euros of debt. The new owners VTB and Bromak pledged to delist the company 18 months after sealing the deal.
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