Australia’s Warana Capital Pty Ltd in 2018 became a minority shareholder of Volia Cable LLC (Kyiv).
According to data on the ownership structure posted on the provider’s website at the end of March of this year, in 2018 Warana Capital Pty Ltd acquired 5.6% of the shares in Volia. Among the new investors of the company is also OL Group Ltd (acquired 8.4%), registered in the Cayman Islands.
At the same time, Eton Park Master Fund Ltd (the Cayman Islands) sold its 5.9%, and Elq Investors II Ltd (London) sold 8.4%.
The press service of the company told Interfax-Ukraine on May 13 that the change of minority shareholders took place in the autumn of 2018.
The key investor of Volia is still the U.S.-based investment company Providence Equity Partners with 34.92%.
Large stakes are also held by SigmaBleyzer (the United States, 15.3%), and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (11.7%).
Warana Capital Pty Ltd (Sydney) is a subsidiary investment company of the American company Warana Capital LLC (New York), based in Australia.