Atlantia

Atlantia-Abertis

Italy gives green light to Benetton’s bid for Atlantia: one of the initial accords could be the transfer of its 15% stake in Hochtief

Intermoney | The Italian government has decided not to oppose the bid launched for Atlantia by the Benettons and Blackstone, according to the daily Cinco Dias. In theory, the Italian executive could have invoked the special powers it still has over Atlantia and other strategic sectors. However it has declined to do so. The price of the bid is 23 euros in cash, which values the concessionary at some 19…


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…


ntermoney | El Gobierno italiano ha decidido no oponerse a la OPA lanzada por los Benetton y Blackstone sobre la concesionaria Atlantia, según informa el diario Cinco Días; en teoría, el ejecutivo transalpino podía haber invocado poderes especiales que mantiene sobre Atlantia y otros sectores estratégicos, algo que ha renunciado a hacer. La oferta tiene un precio de 23 euros en efectivo, lo que valora la concesionaria en unos 19.000 millones de euros. Los Benetton, a través de su vehículo Edizione, ya poseen más de un 30% del accionariado originalmente. Atlantia posee un 15% de Hochtief, de la que ACS (Comprar, Precio Objetivo 40 euros) mantiene un 53%; la concesionaría consolida globalmente Abertis, al detentar un 50% del capital, mientras que ACS mantiene el resto, del que un 20% lo hace a través de la propia Hochtief. Valoración: Esta noticia no es ninguna sorpresa, pues nos parecía que, claramente, los Benetton nunca hubiesen lanzado la OPA sin, al menos, una autorización siquiera tácita del Gobierno italiano. Pensamos que la operación tendrá éxito, por lo que hay que pensar en los pasos siguientes de la relación entre Atlantia y ACS. Creemos que uno de los acuerdos ine

Atlantia bids for Yunex (0,7% capitalisation of Siemens)

Banc Sabadell | Italian infrastructure firm Atlantia would have made a bid valued at ~1 billion euros for 100% of Yunex (0.7% capitalisation of Siemens), according to Bloomberg. Yunex’s business focuses on mobility signalling. We recall that in the last few months a competitive sale process had started, including participants like KKR or Bridgepoint. This is positive news, although of limited impact, as it was already known that a sale…


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.



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Atlantia: avoid short term positions, even below €20

Santander | After the collapse of the Morandi bridge in Genoa, the Italian government has begun the process of terminating ASPI´s concession. The management team could try to negotiate possible solutions to avoid the termination, despite the protection offered by the terms of the contract.


Abertis

Atlantia Wins The First Round In The Bid For Abertis; ACS Will Make The Next Move

Spain’s stock market regulator yesterday accepted Atlantia’s bid for Abertis, acknowledging that the content of the explanatory document presented by the Italian company is sufficient and in line with current regulations. The approval also gives Atlantia the possibility of improving its offer and establishes the period for ACS to consider its eventual competing bid.