Goldman Sachs cuts stake in Sacyr from 7.347% to 1.145%, no longer third largest shareholder


Link Securities| US investment bank Goldman Sachs has cut its stake in Sacyr to 1.145% from the 7.347% that had previously made it the third largest shareholder, according to the CNMV’s registers, as Expansión newspaper reports in today’s edition. Of this stake, 0.025% of the voting rights attributed to the shares are held indirectly and 1.120% through financial instruments.

Thus, the company remains in Sacyr’s capital behind Disa, which has 14.5% of the capital; Prilou, with 7.3%; José Manuel Loureda Mantiñán, who holds 7.2% and the Grupo Empresarial Fuertes, holder of 6.4%.

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