The holding company is on its way to becoming the largest shareholder in DIC, and will acquire 29.9% of its shares. DIC is the controlling shareholder in Cellcom. ELCO will hold a share portfolio similar to Mega Or and Tzachi Nachmias with Rami Levy holding 8% of the shares.
14:30 , 02.06.21
The road has been paved for Elco Holdings to enter as the largest shareholder group in Discount Investment Corporation (DIC) and to purchase 29.9% of the company’s shares.
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Calcalist has learned that the Ministry of Communications recently transferred the holding permit in Cellcom (controlled by DIC) to Elco Holdings, which is controlled by Michael and Daniel Salkind. This paved the way for the authorization of share acquisition.
Elco Holdings will hold a share portfolio similar to Mega Or Holdings and Tzachi Nachmias with Rami Levy holding 8% of the shares.
The purchasing group was organized by Mega Or Holdings, although the shareholders will not be considered to be a controlling block.
The Ministry of Communications’ approval was the final authorization, after Elco Holdings had already received the Competition Authority’s authorization for the deal.