CEO of Cepsa, marten wetzelaarsaid on Wednesday that the company would be listed on the stock exchange again, “but not for now”, and added that there were no plans for the oil company to return to the market.
At a breakfast at the New Economy Forum, Wetsler said that the shareholders of Cepsa – the Sovereign Wealth Fund abu dabi mubadalaJoe is the majority, and Carlyle- “they are very happy with Cepsa”.
try in 2018
The oil company, which was ousted when it was acquired by Mubadala’s Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund predecessor, Epic, has already attempted to return to the stock market, but its exit, scheduled for October 2018, was suspended, And a year later the Emirati Fund, which had 100% stake, sold a part of its stake to Carlyle,
“There are no plans to go public, but one day it would be interesting to have Cepsa a company that everyone can invest in,” he said. weteselaar,
People tell me they want to invest in Cepsa and I tell them to save money, that one day they will be able to
He has told that people ask him and say that they want to invest in sepsaAnd he tells them to keep the money as one day they will be able to.
“We are going back to the stock market, but not for now”, said the CEO of Cepsa, who indicated that they still have a lot to do and want to offer. green investment But they still have a little time to get over it.
Cepsa wants to return to the stock market