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CLiF leasing company finds investor, changes profile

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 19-09-2005, 15:34

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The extraordinary shareholders’ meeting of Centrum Leasingu i Finansow (CLiF) company will be held on the last day of September. It will decide about raising the company’s capital. “We are negotiating with a new investor the conditions of his entering into CLiF structures. We are close to reaching agreement.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The extraordinary shareholders’ meeting of Centrum Leasingu i Finansow (CLiF) company will be held on the last day of September. It will decide about raising the company’s capital. “We are negotiating with a new investor the conditions of his entering into CLiF structures. We are close to reaching agreement.

If we do it, our partner will buy the shares of new issue, probably amounting to 80 percent of the capital. It’s hard to give details now because negotiations are going on”, Dariusz Baran, CLiF’s CEO said. He refused to give the name of the investor but said only that it is not a high-risk investment fund.The capital will be raised by PLN 10-20m (EUR 2.5-5.1m) from PLN 3.7m today. The investor will get 73-84.4 percent of the shares then. Dariusz Baran added that after the new partner enters CLiF, the company may change its profile and give up leasing. “Due to settlements with banks, CLiF has a large portfolio of liabilities amounting to PLN 280-370m. We have been focusing on debt regaining for a while. This is a market with huge potential and we should take the chance. More and more companies, including banks, are looking for buyers of their bad debts, and we are more and more experienced in this market”, Dariusz Baran explained. “Buying liabilities may be a good direction for CLiF”, Marcin Materna, Millennium DM analyst commented.This year, CLiF managed to sign agreement with its oldest enemy – Kredyt Bank, which in 2003 wanted its bankruptcy. Last year, CLiF signed agreements with BZ WBK, Bank Przemyslowy, and BPH. Court proceedings are going on against PKO BP, Pekao, BGZ and BWE. The banks applied for CLiF’s bankruptcy as early as in 2001. In 2003, the court withdrew the decision of the bankruptcy.(PLN 1 = EUR 0.257)

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