UniCredit Leasing to increase share capital

SHAREHOLDERS of the leasing company UniCredit Leasing Slovakia agreed to increase the company's share capital by Sk600 million to Sk800 million in late February. The share capital will be increased through a subscription of 6,000 pieces of newly registered stock with a par value of Sk100,000 per share, the company's representatives said. All newly issued shares will be subscribed only by two current shareholders: UniCredit Global Leasing and UniCredit Bank Slovakia.

SHAREHOLDERS of the leasing company UniCredit Leasing Slovakia agreed to increase the company's share capital by Sk600 million to Sk800 million in late February. The share capital will be increased through a subscription of 6,000 pieces of newly registered stock with a par value of Sk100,000 per share, the company's representatives said. All newly issued shares will be subscribed only by two current shareholders: UniCredit Global Leasing and UniCredit Bank Slovakia.

UniCredit Global Leasing currently holds a 44.9-percent share in UniCredit Leasing Slovakia. After the share capital hike, this share will grow to 71.3 percent. Czech UniCredit Leasing controls a 35.2 percent stake and after the increase will hold 8.8 percent. UniCredit Bank Slovakia currently owns 19.9 percent, which will remain unchanged after the hike.

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