Annual Reports Agreement

In accordance with the Terms of Use of these websites it is forbidden to use the photographs contained in the Annual Reports posted on the websites for any purposes other than for exclusively personal and non-commercial use and to duplicate, alter, modify, rearrange or otherwise tamper with the photographs contained in the Annual Reports and disseminate any such altered, modified, rearranged or otherwise affected photographs. You may retrieve and display the content of the Annual Reports including photographs on a computer or mobile telephone screen, print individual pages on paper (but not photocopy them) and store such pages in electronic form on disk or on your mobile telephone (but not on any server or other storage device connected to for your personal, non-commercial use only.)

Do you agree with the above stated terms of use of the Annual Reports?

Yes   No


    PPF to offer retail shareholders the option to sell their O2 shares at the mandatory offer price from June this year

    Download PDF

    PPF Arena 2 B.V., which, together with PPF A3 B.V., owns an 83.15% shareholding in O2 Czech Republic a.s. (O2), will offer individuals who were O2 shareholders as of 15 August 2014, the opportunity to sell up to 200 shares per shareholder for CZK 277.15 per share, which is the price (net of the dividend payout of CZK 18 per share) for which the company carried out a mandatory tender offer last June. This current offer is not a tender offer to buy participation securities under Section 322 of the Business Corporations Act, and is therefore not subject to the rules applicable to such tender offers to buy participation securities. For this reason, PPF Arena 2 B.V. is allowed to buy no more than 1% of all shares in O2 in this way. The law does not allow more, but PPF expects that, in practice, the tender offer will concern approximately 40,000 retail shareholders.
    Petr Kellner, the majority owner of PPF Group, commented on the reasons for this offer: “The tender offer is mainly intended for retail shareholders who acquired their shares in the voucher privatisation scheme. We want our steps to be absolutely correct, and therefore we are giving a second chance to these retail shareholders, who are not professional investors, to sell their shares for a price that matches the price in the mandatory buyout exercise.”

    Technically, the buyout will be run in a similar way to the mandatory takeover bid in June 2014, i.e., through PPF banka; the same documents as in the case of the mandatory tender offer will have to be submitted by shareholders. The period for accepting the offer is from 1 December 2014 to 16 January 2015. Detailed information will be published at next week.

    Back to Press Releases