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December 12, 2012 09:14

TS Trans Siberia offers Tolmachevo Airport shareholders 50 times par value

NOVOSIBIRSK. Dec 12 (Interfax) - The majority shareholder of OJSC Tolmachevo Airport (RTS: ATLM), Cyprus-based TS Trans Siberia Co. Ltd., has made a mandatory offer to buy out the shares of minority shareholders in the Novosibirsk airport at a price of 995 rubles per share, Tolmachevo said in a statement.

The offer expires on February 19, 2013. The offer is backed by Project Financing Bank.

It was reported earlier that TS Trans Siberia has consolidated 99.6964% of shares in the airport, which is Russia's fifth largest by passenger traffic. At the end of August, the company made a buyout offer to minority shareholders at a price of 351 rubles. The offer expired on December 6, but the results have not been disclosed yet.

Tolmachevo Airport has charter capital of 124,440,600 rubles, split into 4,666,520 common and 1,555,510 preferred A-type shares with par value of 20 rubles each.

The Federal Property Agency soled the government's 51% stake in the airport at auction in March 2011. It was purchased by LLC AeroService Complex, an affiliate of Roman Trotsenko's Novaport. TS Trans Siberia is also affiliated with Trotsenko.

Moscow-based AeroService, which owned 68.0001% of shares in Tolmachevo, ceased to be a shareholder of the airport on August 17, while TS Trans Siberia, which previously held 31.6962% of shares, increased its stake to 99.6964%.

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