In the middle of the takeover bid announced a few weeks ago by the Gilinki Group to gain a controlling stake in Grupo Nutresa, of which Grupo de Inversiones Suramericana is a partner (Sura Group), this last investment holding company announced its intention to open up more to the arrival of new partners.
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This process starts from recognizing the invaluable contribution that world-class national and international partners have made to Grupo Sura’s businesses.
As revealed by the company to the Financial Supervision, To advance in the generation of value for Grupo Sura, its partners and its stakeholders, the company’s board of directors authorized the administration, headed by Gonzalo Alberto Pérez, to hire the required advisors, either investment banking, legal advice and others), to continue in the process of searching for possible strategic partners interested in having a non-controlling interest in Grupo Sura.
“This process starts from recognizing the invaluable contribution made to Grupo Sura’s businesses by world-class national and international partners who, as shareholders, have accompanied it for several decades in various portfolio companies,” the company highlighted.
And he added that expert knowledge, being a benchmark in their industries and sharing the business philosophy of Grupo Sura, which seeks to generate economic and social value, are essential aspects for the company in terms of the development of its projects and investments.
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Grupo Sura sources indicated that this new process is not related to the recent offer of Grupo Gilinski on Nutresa, a company in which Grupo Sura has a majority stake, but not a controlling stake, of 35.25 percent.
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