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Adar Macro Fund Lowers Its Stake In Pharol From 4.80% To Below 2%
Pharol: BCP reaches 9.99% Of Voting Rights
Pharol H1 Net Result Turns To Profit At 24.8 Mln Euros YoY
PHAROL, SGPS S.A., formerly Portugal Telecom, SGPS, S.A., is an open company. PHAROL's assets include Oi, S.A., debt securities of Rio Forte Investments S.A. (Rio Forte) and the Call Option of Oi. The Company manages its direct and indirect interest in Oi, S.A. The Company's subsidiaries include Bratel BV, Bratel Brasil, S.A., PTB2, S.A. and Pharol Brasil.
Rua Joshua Benoliel
1, 2C, Edificio Amoreiras Square
Luis Maria Viana Palha da Silva
Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Carlos Augusto Machado Pereira de Almeida Brandao
Chief Financial Officer and Investor Relations Officer
Luis Sousa de Macedo
Director of Investor Relations, Secretary
Jorge Telmo Maria Freire Cardoso
Maria do Rosario Amado Pinto Correia
Non-Executive Independent Director
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Brazilian telecom group Oi SA <OIBR4.SA> has agreed to end all legal with a subsidiary of shareholder Pharol SGPS SA <PHRA.LS>, the company said on Wednesday, paving the way for its long-awaited operating turnaround.
Oi SA has agreed with a subsidiary of shareholder Pharol SGPS S.A. to end all legal disputes involving the parties, the Brazilian telecom group said in a securities filing on Wednesday.
* ADAR CAPITAL PARTNERS INCREASES VOTING RIGHTS IN PHAROL TO 10.3 PERCENT FROM 7.0 PERCENT Source text: https://bit.ly/2I6x8V4 Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* SAYS ADAR MACRO FUND REACHES 7.012 PERCENT STAKE IN PHAROL Source text: https://bit.ly/2Kbhwxw Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
The European Commission said on Tuesday it had fined French telecoms group Altice <ATCA.AS> 125 million euros ($153 million) for closing its 2015 takeover of PT Portugal before it had gained regulatory approval.
EU antitrust regulators handed a 125-million-euro (109.37 million pounds) fine to French telecoms and cable group Altice <ATCA.AS> on Tuesday for finalising its 2015 takeover of PT Portugal without first waiting for the official go-ahead.
* Altice says it will appeal against the European Commission's decision to fine it 125 million euros over its PT Portugal bid
* REPORTED ON MONDAY FY EBITDA LOSS OF 4.8 MILLION EUROS VERSUS LOSS OF 7.0 MILLION EUROS YEAR AGO
EU antitrust regulators are set to hit French telecoms and cable group Altice <ATCA.AS> with a hefty fine for concluding its 2015 acquisition of PT Portugal without first waiting for official approval, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
A magistrate for Brazil's Superior Court of Justice has issued an injunction that hands telecommunications firm Oi SA at least a temporary victory over shareholder Pharol SGPS SA in an ongoing legal dispute, the company said on Wednesday.
* SAYS MARKET ARBITRATION CHAMBER PARTIALLY ACCEPTED REQUEST FOR URGENT MEASURES PRESENTED BY ITS UNIT BRATEL AGAINST OI
* DISCOVERY CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NOW HOLDS 4.89 PERCENT OF VOTING RIGHTS VERSUS PREVIOUSLY STATED 5.14 PERCENT Source text: http://bit.ly/2D5mZWE
Portugal's holding company Pharol Sgps Sa :
* SAYS UNIT TO BUY 100 PERCENT OF ABOUT SGPS SA FOR 8.6 MILLION EUROS Source text: http://bit.ly/2j2J0J5 Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
CEO of Portugal's Pharol SGPS, the largest shareholder in Brazil's telecom firm Oi says:
* SAID ON MONDAY H1 NET PROFIT 61.8 MILLION EUROS VS LOSS 8.3 MILLION EUROS YEAR AGO
* Said on Friday, Solus Alternative Asset Management LP now holds 2.1588 percent of voting rights in Pharol
* SAID ON WEDNESDAY THAT HIGH BRIDGE UNIPESSOAL LDA HAS REACHED A STAKE OF 6.17 PERCENT IN THE COMPANY
* SAYS BCP HAS DECREASED ITS VOTING RIGHTS IN THE COMPANY TO 0 PERCENT Source text: http://bit.ly/2qRPLkB Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
The European Commission accused telecoms and cable group Altice <ATCA.AS> on Thursday of breaching EU rules by taking control of PT Portugal before the deal had been approved by EU regulators.
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