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ACS Together With Navantia Will Bid For A Contract With The Australian Armed Forces Worth Nearly 533 M€

ACS, along with felllow Spanish construction company Navantia, will bid for one of the biggest orders from the Australian Armed Forces, namely the programme for embarcations of amphibious landing Land 8710 Phase 1. The amount of the contract could total 533 million euros and would extend until 2032. ACS will be represented by its affiliate UGL, Cimic’s industrial engineering division. For its part, Navantia has been present in the Australian…


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ACS wants all its Abertis’ shares in one place

Intermoney | ACS (ACS) (Buy, Target Price 40 euros) held its AGM last Friday. Chairman Florentino Pérez confirmed that the focus of the group’s future investments will be renewable energies via its joint venture with Vincí, and concessions, using both Iridium and Abertis. Perhaps the main novelty was ACS’ intention to bring together in one holding all its shares in Abertis. These are currently divided into 30% within the Group,…


Atlantia vs Hochtief for Abertis

Italy Has Reinforced Power Until End-Year To Veto ACS And Its Partners In Atlantia.

The management of the Italian airports of Fiumicino and Ciampino, and the control of the toll payment system Telepass, make Atlantia a strategic company for Italy, as the Spanish newspaper 5 Días recalls today. And Mario Draghi’s government, according to various stock market analysts, will not hesitate to use all its influence to prevent the infrastructure operator from ending up in foreign hands. This is one of the barriers threatening…


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ACS Studies A Takeover Bid For Atlantia

ACS is considering launching an offer to acquire the Italian concessionaire Atlantia, the Spanish company’s partner in Abertis, according to Bloomberg on Wednesday and confirmed late in the afternoon by the Spanish construction company. The group headed by Florentino Pérez has already hired advisors to analyse this operation in which it is considering taking over the Italian company’s motorways jointly with GIP and Brookfield. Atlantia’s capitalisation is close to 15.690…


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Hochtief (ACS) Launches A Takeover Bid At A$22 Per Share To Delist Cimic From The Stock Market

ACS has decided to make a move to undertake a corporate operation. Thus, the company chaired by Florentino Pérez has decided, through the German construction company Hochtief, to launch a bid for its Australian subsidiary Cimic and is offering its shareholders 22 Australian dollars per share (14 euros) in cash for the 21.4% of the capital it does not own, which would mean a total outlay of around 940 million…


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ACS Clocks Up Capital Gain Of 2.9 Billion Euros With Industrial Division Sale

Link Securities | ACS and the Vinci Group have signed, with effect from 31 December, the public deed of sale of most of ACS’s Industrial Division agreed on 31 March. Pending is the carve-out in favour of ACS of certain predetermined assets, which will be executed mainly in January and in the following months. ACS received some 4.902 billion euros as consideration. With this price, ACS has obtained a net…


ACS, Atlantia eye remaining stake in Abertis

Possible Talks Between ACS And Atlantia Regarding The Purchase Of The Shares In Abertis They Still Do Not Own

Banco Sabadell | According to the press, ACS would be in talks with Atlantia over the possible acquisition of the stake they still do not own in Abertis. (Atlantia is ACS’ partner with a majority stake in Abertis; ACS has 40% net of minorities). In addition, the press reports mention that ACS chairman Florentino Pérez could leave his post in March 2022. Valuation: This news is of limited impact to the…


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ACS Sells Its Power Grids In Brazil To Its Partner Brookfield

ACS has reached an agreement with the Canadian fund to transfer its last two transmission lines in operation in Brazil, the so-called Giovanni Sanguinetti and Vereda, according to El Economista. These assets were left out of the sale of the industrial services business to France’s Vinci, a process that will be completed in December. ACS has agreed to transfer to Brookfield, its partner in electricity networks in Brazil, the 50%…


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ACS Is Awarded The Construction Of A ‘Green’ Railway Station In The UK For €660 M

ACS has been won, in consortium with the British company Mace, a contract valued at €660 M for the construction of a new high-speed train station in Birmingham (United Kingdom), which will not produce any polluting emissions once it comes into operation. Ferrovial is also present in HS2 after it took a 15% stake in the consortium led by France’s Eiffage in April last year, which has been awarded the construction of one of the sections of the line, a contract worth around €2.6 Bn.


ACS signs €10 billion contract for the purchase of Abertis with Atlantia

ACS Shows Atlantia Its Interest In Italian Motorways: Offers €10 Bn for Autostrade

Corporate activity in Spain is gaining momentum with ACS’s offer to buy the Italian concessionary group ASPI (Autostrade per l’a Italia) from its partner Atlantia. ASPI has 3,000 kilometres of toll roads. The aim is to create a giant in the concessions business, with the union of Autostrade and its subsidiary Abertis, and ACS would be willing to make the purchase in the company of other investors – there is talk of the Italian group CDP. The offer would be for 10 billion euros, exceeding that presented by the Italian public bank CDP, which has the backing of the Italian government, and the funds Blackstone and Macquarie.