OHL looks to the future with optimism after managing to clean up the company, with the completion this week of the financial and capital restructuring, and supported by the support of its first shareholders.
The brothers Luis and Mauricio Amodio have raised their stake to 26% after investing an additional 37 million euros via capital increase, compared to the 16% they had until now, as a result of the purchase of the Villar Mir Group a little over a year ago for 50 million euros. The holding company that Juan Villar-Mir de Fuentes has chaired for a few weeks has seen its stake reduced from 14.6% to 7%, while the Tyrus fund will add 3% by virtue of the five million it has assumed in the capital increase . The main bondholders, Sand Grove, Melqart and Searchlight, will hold around 20%.
The new shareholding distribution of OHL derived from the restructuring, detailed in the presentation made this Tuesday at the general meeting of shareholders, will imply a greater weight on the board of directors of the Amodio brothers, currently both present with two seats? Luis Amodio is also President??. Meanwhile, Juan Villar-Mir and his sister Silvia Villar-Mir keep their current chairs for now. Bondholders, for their part, will remain outside the governing body.
The CEO, José Antonio Fernández Gallar, has ratified OHL’s objectives for 2021, with sales of around 3,000 million euros (+ 7%), a gross operating result (ebitda) of more than 80 million (+18 , 5%) and more than 3,000 million hiring (+ 7%).