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21st Austria weekly - Andritz, Frequentis, Raiffeisen Bank International, Bawag, Semperit, OMV (15/02/2021)

21.02.2021

Andritz: International technology Group Andrizt has received an order from Jindal Stainless, India, to supply a new direct rolling, annealing and pickling line (DRAP-L). The new line will have an annual capacity of approximately 700,000 metric tons of cold-rolled, stainless steel strip in the 200, 300 and 400 series. Start-up of the line is planned for the end of 2022.
Andritz: weekly performance: 0.20%

Frequentis: The Bavarian Police has successfully completed installation of the Frequentis LifeX multimedia communication platform, making it the first state-wide LifeX project for Frequentis Public Safety in the German market. The rollout to nine control centres includes a total of 255 radio and emergency call working positions. The Bavarian Police signed the acceptance in December 2020. This event marks an important milestone for Public Safety and the market launch of the Frequentis mission-critical communication platform LifeX. Frequentis, headquartered in Vienna, is an international supplier of communication and information systems for control centers with safety-critical tasks.
Frequentis: weekly performance: 6.67%

Raiffeisen Bank International: Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI) has reached an agreement to acquire Czech-based FX and payments provider Akcenta CZ a.s. (Akcenta). Under the proposed ownership structure, RBI will acquire 70 per cent of Akcenta and the remaining 30 per cent will be acquired by RBI’s Czech subsidiary Raiffeisenbank a.s. Akcenta offers foreign exchange as well as payment and hedging services to small and medium-sized businesses in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Germany, where it services around 43,000 clients overall, more than 20,000 thereof in the Czech Republic. The company had total assets of around € 93 million at year-end 2020 and executed an overall customer transaction volume of just under € 7 billion during that year.
RBI: weekly performance: 2.28%

Bawag: Austrian based Banking Group Bawag signed a definitive agreement to acquire Depfa BANK plc, and its subsidiary Depfa ACS Bank DAC, from Germany’s FMS Wertmanagement. Depfa Group, headquartered in Dublin Ireland, was part of the Hypo Real Estate Holding AG, which was nationalized in 2009. Prior to nationalization, Depfa Group primarily focused on issuing public sector covered bonds. Depfa Group was acquired by FMS-WM in 2014 and has been in the process of winding down its banking operations. Bawag announced, that it will continue to ensure an orderly wind-down drawing on the infrastructure and operational capabilities of the broader group.
Bawag: weekly performance: 3.13%

Semperit: Semperit AG, an internationally-oriented group that develops, produces, and sells in more than 100 countries highly specialised rubber products, decided to submit for resolution at the Annual General Meeting a dividend of 1.50 Euro per share (previous year: 0.00 Euro per share) for the financial year 2020. According to the company, this amount results from the positive business performance in 2020 in the light of, at the same time, still prevailing uncertainties relating to the global economic environment which is influenced inter alia by the Covid pandemic.
Semperit: weekly performance: -1.72%

OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV will build Austria’s biggest green-hydrogen electrolysis plant at its Schwechat refinery. OMV’s 10-megawatt plant is being built in conjunction with Kommunalkredit Austria AG, an infrastructure and energy lender that works with municipalities, according to a statement on Monday. The facility will cost Euro 25 mn and be completed in 2023.
OMV: weekly performance: 10.62%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (15/02/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - Andritz, Frequentis, Raiffeisen Bank International, Bawag, Semperit, OMV (15/02/2021)


21.02.2021


Andritz: International technology Group Andrizt has received an order from Jindal Stainless, India, to supply a new direct rolling, annealing and pickling line (DRAP-L). The new line will have an annual capacity of approximately 700,000 metric tons of cold-rolled, stainless steel strip in the 200, 300 and 400 series. Start-up of the line is planned for the end of 2022.
Andritz: weekly performance: 0.20%

Frequentis: The Bavarian Police has successfully completed installation of the Frequentis LifeX multimedia communication platform, making it the first state-wide LifeX project for Frequentis Public Safety in the German market. The rollout to nine control centres includes a total of 255 radio and emergency call working positions. The Bavarian Police signed the acceptance in December 2020. This event marks an important milestone for Public Safety and the market launch of the Frequentis mission-critical communication platform LifeX. Frequentis, headquartered in Vienna, is an international supplier of communication and information systems for control centers with safety-critical tasks.
Frequentis: weekly performance: 6.67%

Raiffeisen Bank International: Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI) has reached an agreement to acquire Czech-based FX and payments provider Akcenta CZ a.s. (Akcenta). Under the proposed ownership structure, RBI will acquire 70 per cent of Akcenta and the remaining 30 per cent will be acquired by RBI’s Czech subsidiary Raiffeisenbank a.s. Akcenta offers foreign exchange as well as payment and hedging services to small and medium-sized businesses in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Germany, where it services around 43,000 clients overall, more than 20,000 thereof in the Czech Republic. The company had total assets of around € 93 million at year-end 2020 and executed an overall customer transaction volume of just under € 7 billion during that year.
RBI: weekly performance: 2.28%

Bawag: Austrian based Banking Group Bawag signed a definitive agreement to acquire Depfa BANK plc, and its subsidiary Depfa ACS Bank DAC, from Germany’s FMS Wertmanagement. Depfa Group, headquartered in Dublin Ireland, was part of the Hypo Real Estate Holding AG, which was nationalized in 2009. Prior to nationalization, Depfa Group primarily focused on issuing public sector covered bonds. Depfa Group was acquired by FMS-WM in 2014 and has been in the process of winding down its banking operations. Bawag announced, that it will continue to ensure an orderly wind-down drawing on the infrastructure and operational capabilities of the broader group.
Bawag: weekly performance: 3.13%

Semperit: Semperit AG, an internationally-oriented group that develops, produces, and sells in more than 100 countries highly specialised rubber products, decided to submit for resolution at the Annual General Meeting a dividend of 1.50 Euro per share (previous year: 0.00 Euro per share) for the financial year 2020. According to the company, this amount results from the positive business performance in 2020 in the light of, at the same time, still prevailing uncertainties relating to the global economic environment which is influenced inter alia by the Covid pandemic.
Semperit: weekly performance: -1.72%

OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV will build Austria’s biggest green-hydrogen electrolysis plant at its Schwechat refinery. OMV’s 10-megawatt plant is being built in conjunction with Kommunalkredit Austria AG, an infrastructure and energy lender that works with municipalities, according to a statement on Monday. The facility will cost Euro 25 mn and be completed in 2023.
OMV: weekly performance: 10.62%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (15/02/2021)




 

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