Belgrade – Cyprus firm Akciona has given up from the race for taking over of the shares of Serbian tourist agency “Putnik” in whose property is the attractive Montenegrin island Sveti Marko, while the Russian businessman Dmitrij Lucenko has improved his offer to 68 millions per stock for 85% of that enterprise.
The reasons of giving up of Akciona in the last minute were not officially stated. The stockholders have a deadline until the 23rd of April at 12h to give an answer to the offer.
In the starting offer of Akciona, which is the property of Russian company MEtropol, for taking over of at least 70% of the funds of “Putnik” they offered 44 euros for a stock.
The stocks of “Putnik” on Belgrade stock market yesterday reached the price of 61, 8 euros which is a leap of 19% compared to Tuesday, says B92. The total package of about 85% of the stocks, if the stockholders would accept the offer of Lucenko would cost 43 millions of euros.
Russian businessman from Saint Petersburg in the offer states that he is ready to invest 30 millions of euros in the renewal of the tourist capacities of “Putnik” as well as to pay up all the debts of that enterprise which at the end of the last year were over 9 millions of euros.
Lucenko’s representatives have announced upon the opening of the offer that he is interested in investing a lot in the island Sveti Marko beside Tivat, as well as in other capacities of “Putnik”, and above all in the hotels in Kopaonik.