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- Published: June 2012
Abertis Infraestructuras And French Subsidiaries HIT And Sanef 'BBB+' Ratings Affirmed And Off Watch; Outlook Stable
- Published: August 2010
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Abertis' second-largest shareholder, ACS, has reportedly arrived at an agreement with private equity firm CVC Capital Partners, following which CVC and ACS will indirectly hold 15.49% and 10.34% respectively of Abertis' share capital through two vehicles, in which CVC and ACS will have 60% and 40% of voting rights respectively. Criteria intends to remain the reference shareholder of Abertis. We do not expect Abertis' strategy or financial policy to be materially affected by the reported change in ownership. We are affirming our 'BBB+' ratings on Abertis and its French subsidiaries HIT and Sanef and removing them from CreditWatch negative. The stable outlook reflects our view that Abertis' strategy and financial policies will not materially change and that Abertis will likely...
Companies mentioned in this report are: Abertis Infraestructuras S.A.
Action: Outlook: Stable
Action: Removed From CreditWatch
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