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Sonaecom Says ZOPT To Be Dissolved And Assets Distributed, Including NOS 52% Stake
NOS H1 Net Profit Down 61.2% YoY
Sonaecom: Court Allows Unit ZOPT To Exercise Voting Rights In Preventively-Seized NOS Shares
NOS SGPS SA, known as Zon Optimus SGPS SA, is a Portugal-based company engaged in the broadcasting and telecommunication industry. It was created as a result of a merger between ZON Multimedia Servicos de Telecomunicacoes e Multimedia SGPS SA (ZON) and Optimus - SGPS SA (OPTIMUS). The Company is active in the distribution of cable and satellite television; the production of movies, series, sport and children’s channels, and management of the advertising space on pay television (TV) channels and in cinemas. It is also involved in the provision of a range of mobile and wired communications services to residential and corporate customers, including voice, data, television (TV) and roaming services. Additionally, it operates in the audiovisual sector, which includes video production and sale, cinema distribution and exhibition, and the acquisition and negotiation of pay TV and video-on-demand rights. The Company is a subsidiary of ZOPT SGPS SA.
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Angelo Gabriel Ribeirinho dos Santos Pauperio
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
miguel Nuno Santos Almeida
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Jose Pedro Faria Pereira da Costa
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President, Executive Director
Ana Paula Garrido de Pina Marques
Vice President Executive Member of the Board of Directors
Jorge Filipe Santos Graca
Executive Member of the Board of Directors
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Portugal's Sonae has moved to strengthen its position in local telecoms firm NOS by increasing its stake and ditching a partnership with Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola's long-time former president.
Portuguese telecoms company NOS <NOS.LS> reported that its first-half net profit fell 61% to 35 million euros (31.8 million pounds) on Wednesday, attributing the result to losses from cinemas, roaming and subscription services.
* H1 EBITDA 310.6 MILLION EUROS VERSUS 331.4 MILLION EUROS REPORTED YEAR AGO
Portugal's second-largest telecommunications company, NOS, posted a loss of 10.4 million euros ($11.22 million) in the first quarter of 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus, which shut all of the firm's cinemas and led to a drop in revenue from TV subscriptions.
Sonaecom, sub-holding of Portugal's Sonae, said on Saturday evening a Lisbon court seized shares in telecommunications firm NOS of a holding company it co-owned with former first-daughter and Angolan businesswoman Isabel dos Santos.
Portugal's market regulator has launched inquiries into auditors and companies including oil group Galp and telecoms firm NOS following the release of files on Angola's former first daughter Isabel dos Santos, it said on Thursday.
* TO ISSUE 300 MILLION EUROS IN 5-YEAR BONDS WITH 1.125 PERCENT COUPON Source text: https://bit.ly/2HRZuzD Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* ALTRAN AND NOS SGPS PARTNERS IN NETWORK ANALYTICS SOLUTIONS
* REPORTED EARLY ON MONDAY Q4 OPERATING REVENUE UP 2.2 PERCENT AT 399.3 MILLION EUROS VERSUS 390.9 MILLION EUROS YEAR AGO
The dismissal of Isabel dos Santos from her post as CEO of Angolan oil company Sonangol does not affect her Portuguese partnership that controls telecom firm NOS, an official in the partnership said on Thursday.
Portugal's second-largest telecoms operator NOS Sgps Sa
* SAID ON FRIDAY REACHED AGREEMENT WITH VODAFONE PORTUGAL TO DEVELOP AND SHARE INFRASTRUCTURE NATIONWIDE FROM THE BEGINNING OF 2018
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