Intereuropa Group d.d., Slovenia’s main freight distribution company, called on its shareholders to contribute to a capital increase or back its debt restructuring talks with banks.
The Koper, Slovenia-based company expects the response from its owners “as soon as possible,” it said in a regulatory filing today. It did not specify the amount sought for the capital boost.
Luka Koper d.d. is the single largest investor in Intereuropa (IEKG) with a 25 percent holding, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Intereuropa agreed with its creditor banks to freeze debt repayments until the end of September, the company said on Feb. 27.
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