The auction commission for the sale of PrJSC United Mining and Chemical Company with a starting price of UAH 3.7 billion has set a date for the privatization auction, which will take place on August 31, 2021, Head of the State Property Fund (SPF) Dmytro Sennychenko has said.
“Preliminary interest in the object was expressed by a wide circle of investors, part of whom is foreign. We hope for a high competition and a market price of the sale at a transparent auction,” he wrote on Facebook.
United Mining and Chemical Company state enterprise began its actual activity in August 2014, when the government of Ukraine decided to transfer to its management the property complexes of Vilnohirsk Mining and Metallurgical Plant (Dnipropetrovsk region) and Irshansk Mining and Processing Plant (Zhytomyr region). Then it was transformed into PJSC, and then – into PrJSC.
Kozliv distillery (Ternopil region) of the state-owned enterprise Ukrspyrt at an online auction on Friday, November 13, was acquired by Business Initiatives LLC (Kyiv) for UAH 59 million.
According to the information on the website ProZorro.Sales, the starting price of the distillery was UAH 37.57 million. The facility was put up for auction for the first time. Two companies took part in the auction.
The daily production capacity of the enterprise is 4,200 decaliters of alcohol. It was founded in 1772, and modernized in 2020. Production at the distillery is temporarily suspended.
According to the unified public register of legal entities and private entrepreneurs, Tetiana Maksymova is the ultimate beneficiary of Business Initiatives LLC. The company is engaged in consulting on informatization issues.
The State Property Fund of Ukraine (SPF) will announce an auction for the sale of the Dnipro Hotel located downtown Kyiv in April 2020, Head of the SPF Dmytro Sennychenko said on Facebook on Thursday, March 12. According to Sennychenko, the SPF, together with the new hotel management, are carrying out financial and technical audit at the facility.
“We have intensified preparations for the auction, that will allow us to start the auction in April and find a new owner for the hotel in May,” he reported.
The SPF head said, the net financial result of the Dnipro Hotel amounted to UAH 146,000 in the end of 2019.
As reported, the starting price of the hotel will be $10 million.
Earlier, the SPF appointed Elina Sapozhkova as the new director of the Dnipro Hotel.
List of 20 largest enterprises, put out by Ukraine for auction in December 2019
Nafta RV LLC, a subsidiary of Slovakia’s Nafta, has won an electronic auction to receive a license for developmet of the Vantazhkivske oil, gas field (Poltava region), according to information on the ProZorro.Sale platform. During the auction held last Wednesday, Nafta RV offered UAH 6.846 million for the license compared with Optima Resource private enterprise, which stopped at the starting price of UAH 6.795 million.
After registering the required documents, Nafta RV will receive a subsurface site for geological exploration and further research and development for a period of 20 years.
According to the materials of the auction, prospective gas resources of category C3 at the Vantazhkivske field were estimated at 3.091 billion cubic meters. It is recommended to drill two exploratory wells with a depth of 5,700 meters and 6,300 meters.
Nafta’s main shareholder is EPH holding of Czech businessman Daniel Křetínský.
Alfa-Bank at an auction held on the ProZorro.Sales platform on September 17, 2019 bought the largest pool of assets – mortgage loans of Delta Bank (both based in Kyiv) with the balance-sheet value of over UAH 1.3 billion for UAH 44.14 million, according to information posted on the ProZorro.Sales platform.
Director of the department of consolidated sales of assets at the Deposit Guarantee Fund Taras Yeleiko said on his Facebook page that with a starting price of the lot of UAH 48.4 million, bids initially fell to UAH 33.8 million, but later during the competition between bidders increased to UAH 44 million.
According to him, the pool consisted of 60% of assets located in Kyiv region, 40% of the assets located in Central and Western Ukraine.
Five companies submitted bids for this pool.
“The increase in the number of bidders and their willingness to increase the price offer indicates a revival of the market interest in such assets,” Yeleiko said.
According to him, companies with foreign capital also participated in the auction.