January 27 (SeeNews) - Croatian depository and clearing agency, SKDD, said it has registered an increase of the equity capital of freight rail carriages and military vehicles manufacturer Djuro Djakovic Special Vehicles by 9 million kuna ($1.3 million/1.2 million euro) through the issuance of 44,830 regular shares.
Following the capital increase, the company share capital of 179.3 million kuna is divided into 896,586 shares with a face value of 200 kuna, SKDD said in a statement last week, without elaborating. The capital increase was approved by the shareholders of Djuro Djakovic Special Vehicles in December.
Djuro Djakovic Special Vehicles, which is not listed, is part of Djuro Djakovic holding group [ZSE:DDJH-R-A].
According to data from the Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE), Czech company DD Acquisition is the largest shareholder of the group with a stake of 18.88%, followed by Croatia's state-owned fund for enterprise restructuring and privatisation, CERP, with 11.75% and a custodian account run by Erste&Steiermaerkische bank with 8.70%.
Shares of Djuro Djakovic last traded on January 26, when they closed 9.09% higher at 24 euro.
($ = 0.920 euro)