via the state, creditors put pressure on Daniel Kretinsky

via the state, creditors put pressure on Daniel Kretinsky
via the state, creditors put pressure on Daniel Kretinsky

NARRATIVE – Ten days before the choice of the buyer of Atos, the Czech billionaire’s offer, in competition with that of David Layani, is rejected by some of the debt holders.

In the home stretch of the Atos rescue, negotiations are getting tougher. While the duel between Daniel Kretinsky and David Layani for the takeover of the group is in full swing ten days before the deadline for the choice of buyer, certain creditors of the group are speaking out. In a letter sent to the interministerial committee for industrial restructuring (Ciri) and to the judicial administrator Hélène Bourbouloux including The gallery echoed, a group of debt holders warned Bercy that it intended to reject Daniel Kretinsky’s offer.

The rescue proposal made at the beginning of May by the Czech billionaire via his holding company EPEI in consortium with the Attestor fund provides for the contribution of 1.9 billion euros in new money including 600 million euros of capital injection, vital for Atos . Convinced nevertheless that the company’s situation is even more catastrophic than that communicated by management, Daniel Kretinsky and his teams consider it necessary to cancel…

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