Florentino Peres offre 10 miliardi per quota Atlantia in Autostrade

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ROME, ITALY - JULY 11: The headquarters of the Italian infrastructure giant Autostrade per l'Italia on July 11, 2020 in Rome, Italy. The "Potere al Popolo" Party points out that Autostrade per l'Italia, a company controlled by the holding company Atlantia owned by the Benetton family, was responsible for the tragedy of the Morandi motorway bridge collapse in Genoa, in north-west Italy, where 43 people were killed on 14 August 2018 due to neglect and lack of maintenance on that bridge. The government has announced that it wants to close the Autostrade dossier in a very tight time frame and has confirmed the ultimatum to the Benetton group company and is waiting for a new proposal "advantageous for the State" to be brought to the Council of Ministers on Tuesday. (Photo by Stefano Montesi - Corbis/ Getty Images) (Photo: Stefano Montesi - Corbis via Getty Images)
ROME, ITALY - JULY 11: The headquarters of the Italian infrastructure giant Autostrade per l'Italia on July 11, 2020 in Rome, Italy. The "Potere al Popolo" Party points out that Autostrade per l'Italia, a company controlled by the holding company Atlantia owned by the Benetton family, was responsible for the tragedy of the Morandi motorway bridge collapse in Genoa, in north-west Italy, where 43 people were killed on 14 August 2018 due to neglect and lack of maintenance on that bridge. The government has announced that it wants to close the Autostrade dossier in a very tight time frame and has confirmed the ultimatum to the Benetton group company and is waiting for a new proposal "advantageous for the State" to be brought to the Council of Ministers on Tuesday. (Photo by Stefano Montesi - Corbis/ Getty Images) (Photo: Stefano Montesi - Corbis via Getty Images)

Florentino Peres offre 10 miliardi di euro per comprare la quota di Atlantia in Aspi. Lo scrive il Financial Times, dopo aver visionato una lettera.

“Data la stretta relazione tra i nostri gruppi in seguito all’acquisizione congiunta di Abertis, Acs ha seguito la situazione Aspi negli ultimi mesi e riteniamo che sia un asset molto interessante che si adatta perfettamente alla strategia a lungo termine di Acs”, ha scritto Pérez nel lettera, aggiungendo che il gruppo sarebbe disposta ad accogliere altri investitori nella sua offerta, tra cui Cdp.

Il board di Atlantia si riunisce oggi per discutere la proposta ricevuta la scorsa settimana dalla cordata guidata dalla Cdp.

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