Παρασκευή, 20 Σεπτεμβρίου 2013

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Ομολογιακό δάνειο 250 – 350 εκατ. ευρώ αναζητά η Emma Delta της κουφαλίτσας  Μελισσανίδη και του Τσέχου Σμεκ, προκειμένου να αγοράσει τον ΟΠΑΠ, σύμφωνα με αποκάλυψη του Πρακτορείου Ρόιτερ! Δηλαδή ο εκπαιδευτής οδηγών θέλει να κάνει την σουπερ μπιζνα με ..δανεικά και ίσως αγύριστα εάν είναι από καμιά τράπεζα τελειωμένη.

Ουσιαστικά η Emma Delta παίρνει την σύμβαση αγοράς του ΟΠΑΠ, που έχει υπογράψει, και βγαίνει στην αγορά για να

εξασφαλίσει δάνειο, ώστε να αγοράσει τον ΟΠΑΠ! Σημειώνεται ότι στο δημοσίευμα δεν διευκρινίζεται αν το δάνειο θα είναι από ελληνικές ή ξένες τράπεζες (όπως επιμένουν κυβερνητικοί κύκλοι).

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Buyer of Greece's OPAP mulls bond to finance purchase-sources

Wed, Sep 18 09:55 AM EDT

* Czech-Greek fund Emma Delta eyes raising 250 to 350 million euros

* Fund has money to buy OPAP but bond issue would improve equity return

ATHENS, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Czech-Greek fund Emma Delta, the buyer of a majority stake in Greece's gambling monopoly OPAP , is looking to tap bond markets to fund part of the 652 million euro ($870.35 million) purchase, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday.

Emma Delta, an equity fund controlled by Czech investor Jiri Smejc and Greek businessman George Melissanidis, agreed in May to buy the 33 percent OPAP stake from the Greek government, one of Europe's biggest listed betting firms.

The transaction, which has not been completed yet, is cash-strapped Greece's first major privatisation and is an important step in meeting a 1.6 billion euro proceeds target for 2013 under the terms of its international bailout.

Emma Delta could use its own money to pay the entire amount, but is considering raising between 250 and 350 million euros through a bond to improve its equity return, one of the sources said.

"Emma Delta has the full equity to complete the transaction," said an official close to the matter on condition of anonymity. "Nevertheless, it is exploring potential financing to take advantage of an attractive market for issuers."

An official at Emma Delta declined to comment on the matter but said the fund was "very eager for the transaction to close and to start managing the company."

OPAP, with a current market value of 2.5 billion euros, is one of Greece's most profitable firms and analysts say the expected roll-out of new games next year may add value to the company.

The sale is expected to close in early October after regulatory approval by the European Commission. Emma Delta would pay 622 million euros upfront and the rest in equal annual instalments over the next 10 years. ($1 = 0.7491 euros) (Reporting by Angeliki Koutantou; Editing by Louise Heavens)

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