Vale (VALE3) discloses the results of the bond purchase offer; M.Dias Branco (MDIA3) buys Jasmine and more news

This Friday’s corporate news (10) highlights the operational preview of CCR (CCRO3) and Wilson Sons (PORT3). In addition, the offer for privatization of Eletrobras (ELET3;ELET6) came out at R$42 per share and moved R$33.7 billion.

Petrobras (PETR3;PETR4) confirmed the receipt of the list of the Union’s nominees, as controlling shareholder, for the State’s Board of Directors.

The mining company Vale (VALE3) will buy back US$1.313 billion in bonds in the foreign market.

Bradesco (BBDC4), in turn, approved the distribution of intermediate interest on equity (JCP) in the total amount of R$ 2 billion.

Oi (OIBR3) informed that the partial sale of UPI InfraCo (V.tal) to the Globenet Investor took place
Submarine Cables.

M. Dias Branco informed that a contract was signed in order to acquire 100% of the shares representing the share capital of Nutrition, owner of the Jasmine brand.

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Petrobras (PETR3;PETR4) confirmed the receipt of the list of the Union’s nominees, as controlling shareholder, for the State’s Board of Directors.

Caio Paes de Andrade was confirmed as the director-president, replacing José Mauro Ferreira Coelho, who was fired after just over 40 days in office.

Eletrobras’ privatization offer moved BRL 33.68 billion this Thursday, making it the second largest in the world this year.

The company priced its offer at R$42 per share. Eletrobras raised R$30.75 billion and BNDES, which sold its stake, raised R$2.93 billion.

The offer marks the largest privatization of a company in Brazil in more than 20 years.

The state-owned company also reported that, on June 7, 2022, Furnas Centrais Elétricas subscribed for the remaining 7,267,560,939 new common shares, issued by Madeira Energia (MESA), and paid in the amount equivalent to R$901 million this Thursday ( 9).

With the payment of all shares, Furnas’ interest in MESA increases from 43.055% to 72.364%.

Bradesco’s Board of Directors (BBDC3;BBDC4) approved the payment of interim interest on equity (JCP) for the first half of 2022, in the total amount of R$ 2 billion, of which R$ 0.178723065 per common share and R$0.196595372 per preferred share.

Vale has reported the results of offers to acquire bonds maturing in 2026, 2034, 2032, 2039, 2036 and 2042. The aggregate principal amount of the Bonds accepted and expected in the offers, excluding any premium and accrued and unpaid interest, will be approximately US$ 1.313 billion.

Oi (OIBR3) informed that the partial sale of UPI InfraCo (V.tal) to the Globenet Investor took place
Cabos Submarinos, whose proposal was approved as the winner by the Court of the 7th Business Court of Rio de Janeiro in a competitive judicial procedure carried out in accordance with the Amendment to the Judicial Recovery Plan approved by the creditors and approved by that court on October 5, 2020.

The value of the Transaction, considering the sum of the Primary Installment; of the Secondary Installment; Additional Primary Installments; and the fair value of the Investor Merger, totaling R$12.923 billion.

After the closing of the transaction, the Investor held 51% of the shares representing the total capital stock of V.tal, and Oi, 49% of the same shares.

M. Dias Branco (MDIA3)

M. Dias Branco informed the day before that a contract was signed in order to acquire 100% of the shares representing the share capital of Nutrition, owner of the Jasmine brand. The value of the transaction was not disclosed.

Jasmine focuses on healthy foods, with organic products, zero sugar, whole grains, cereals, snacks and gluten-free. It is a leader in the gluten-free granola and bread categories. In addition to marking the entry into new segments, this acquisition reinforces M. Dias Branco’s commercial strategy of profitable growth, adding to its portfolio products with high growth potential and added value.

TC Traders Club (TRAD3)

TC signed a contract for the direct acquisition of 100% of the shares of Dibran Holding Financeira, and the indirect acquisition of 100% of the shares of Dibran Distribuidora De Títulos e Valores Mobiliários.

Founded in 1968, Dibran is one of the most reputable and traditional distributors of independent securities on the market.

According to a statement, the acquisition is an important part of the company’s plan to accelerate the start of the TC Investimentos project, which will bring trading into the TC environment.

Klabin (KLBN11) informed that it has entered into final procedures for a capital increase in the subsidiary Aroeira Reflorestadora.

According to the company, the main objective of the operation will be the exploitation of forestry activity in Santa Catarina.

CCR (CCRO3) recorded a 1.3% drop in total traffic in May 2022 compared to last year.

Commercial vehicle traffic dropped 6.1% in May, while passenger car traffic rose 5.7% in the period.

Wilson Sons (PORT3)

The company reported a 16.3% drop in volume, year-on-year. In total, there were 89,000 TEU (Twenty Feet Equivalent Unit) against 106,300 in May 2021.

The first five months of 2022 also fell compared to the same period last year: 15.9%, from 383,500 TEU against 455,900 TEU in May 2021.

Sanepar authorized the presentation of a supplement to the proposed legal agreement with the Municipality of Maringá and the Paraná State Public Ministry, pending before the Federal Supreme Court (STF), regarding the contract for the provision of water and sewage services.

The proposal approved by the Council, to be presented at the STF, includes, among other aspects, the amount to be transferred to the Municipality and the form of installment and the conditions for using the resources.

In addition, Sanepar’s Board of Directors re-elected the company’s executive board for a term of office until June 2024. Thus, Claudio Stabile remains the company’s CEO and Abel Demetrio continues in the position of financial and IR director.

CRGI informed that it has reduced the interest it manages in preferred shares and American Depositary Receipts representing PN Shares issued by Azul.

CRGI managed 33,724,362 PN Shares of the company, corresponding to 10.05% of this type of share and, as a result of the sale of part of its interest, started to manage a total of 32,778,462 PN Shares and ADRs representing PN Shares of the company, which represent 9.767% of this type of share, of which 7,198,200 PN Shares and ADRs are subject to loan.

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