Carlos Slim eyes taking control of Metrovacesa with FCC to then delist it from stock exchange

Link Securities| The newspaper reported on Tuesday that Mexican businessman Carlos Slim aspires to take control of Metrovacesa (MVC) with FCC and once he achieves this goal, one of his plans is to delist the developer from the stock market, as confirmed by various sources in the sector to This move would be strategic in order to be able to later propose a corporate operation to integrate Metrovacesa…

Metrovacesa will return to the stock market on February 5

Santander And BBVA Reject Slim’s Bid For A 30% Stake In Metrovacesa

The board of directors of Metrovacesa has rejected the takeover bid launched by FCC, the construction company controlled by Slim, with the aim of achieving a 29% stake in the real estate developer. They consider that the offered price of 7.2 euros is not adequate. In this way, as the company has informed the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV), none of the directors owning Metrovacesa shares will accept…


From Metrovacesa To Merlin Via The Crisis

Before the crisis, Metrovacesa was one of the five big Spanish property companies, born out of Madrid’s expansion with the construction of the underground in the first few decades of the XXth century.