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WBAGWater Body Assessment Guidance
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They will replace construction company Strabag SE (WBAG:STR) and Austrian utility EVN (WBAG:EVN).
Alpine Bau is considered to be the second biggest construction company in Austria after Strabag SE (WBAG:STR).
CP Group 3, a venture of US private equity firm One Equity Partners LLC (OEP) and Constantia Packaging (WBAG:COV), is AMAGa[euro](tm)s top shareholder with over 34%.Country: AustriaSector: Metals/MiningTarget: AMAG Austria Metall AGBuyer: B&C Industrieholding GmbHVendor: One Equity Partners LLC
Joint Lead Managers of the issue will be Erste Group (WBAG:EBS) and Raiffeisen Bank International (WBAG:RBI).
Only a month ago, at the end of November, Thomas Streimelweger resigned as CEO of S&T (WBAG:SNT) giving again personal reasons as the cause for his decision.
Econgas' other shareholders are Wien Energie, EVN (WBAG:EVN) and Energie Burgenland.
The paper also said that Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberoesterreich, which owns 11.5% in AMAG, is seeking to add four to six percentage points to that stake.CP Group 3, a venture of US private equity firm One Equity Partners LLC (OEP) and Constantia Packaging (WBAG:COV), is AMAGa[euro](tm)s top shareholder with more than 34%.
Following the announcements of Austria's two other lenders checked by EBA, Erste Group Bank (WBAG:EBS) and Raiffeisen Bank International (WBAG:RBI), for a rise in their capital requirements, the country's combined shortfall grew to EUR4.5bn from EUR2.9bn, according to the Vienna-based daily.
The operating result was supported by the increase in demand for residential properties as well as by the takeover and consolidation of Eco Business-Immobilien AG (WBAG:ECO), Conwert said.
The stake owned by CP Group 3, a venture of US private equity firm One Equity Partners LLC (OEP) and Constantia Packaging (WBAG:COV), was valued by the report at nearly EUR220m (USD294m).
(ADPnews) - Mar 22, 2011 - Austrian real estate company Eco Business-Immobilien (WBAG:ECO) said today it booked an after-tax profit of EUR 9.4 million (USD 13.3m) in 2010 after an after-tax loss of EUR 7 million registered in 2009.
(SeeNews) - Dec 12, 2013 - Austrian utility Verbund (WBAG:VER) Wednesday said it has delayed the decision on the future of its combined cycle gas turbine power plant in Mellach.