Corporate news (18) this Wednesday highlighted Petrobras (PETR3; PETR4) reporting a fire at the Presidente Bernardes (RPBC) refinery. On the other hand, TCU will resume analysis of Eletrobras privatization this Wednesday.
Fleury (FLRY3) and its partners Atlântica Hospitais, an indirect subsidiary of Banco Bradesco (BBDC4) and Real e Benemérita Associação Portugaluesa de Beneficência, will invest R$678 million to set up cancer clinics.
Cielo, in turn, adjusted the amount that would be paid in dividends to shareholders.
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In another attempt to delay the privatization process of Eletrobras, Labor MPs have filed an injunction in the Federal Supreme Court (STF) requesting the suspension of the ruling on the second stage of Eletrobras privatization, in the Federal Court (Tribunal de Contas da União). TCU), while Phase 1 questions were not answered.
TCU began analyzing the phase one capitalization of Eletrobras in February, and scheduled phase two in April. At the April 20 hearing, however, TCU Minister Vital do Rêgo requested a review of the matter, Which will resume today 18.
The main actor in the questioning of the process and the author of the request for proposal, Vital do Rego indicated that he would not try to delay the deadline again, because he had already managed to go beyond the agreed 20 days, since the court only began to count the consideration period after the April 21 holiday.
Petrobras reports it yesterday Diesel oil leak followed by fire at President Bernards refinery (RPBC), located in the city of Cobatao, in the state of São Paulo.
According to the statement, the site was immediately isolated and the Refinery Brigade team took control of the accident. There were no injuries or damage to other facilities in the refinery.
Petrobras has already notified environmental agencies and other competent bodies and there is no impact on the production of derivatives or a risk to market supply.
Fleuri signed an agreement to create a new company in partnership with Atlântica Hospitais, an indirect subsidiary of Banco Bradesco, and Real e Benemérita Associação Portuguesa de Beninencia, to coordinate the care of a cancer patient’s journey, with preventive solutions, clinical research and excellence, through an integrated, multi-channel and human-compliant solution It focuses on the patient.
The union of these three large groups will be in a new operating model focused on the whole journey with an emphasis on early diagnosis, use of technology and patient care, offering a form of outcome-based payment and portfolio life management.
The initiative expects to invest about 678 million Brazilian reals in the first five years, to be contributed by partners, to establish oncology clinics and cancer centers for more complex treatments, in different cities of Brazil.
Completion of the transaction is subject to the approval of Caddy and the Central Bank.
Cielo (CIEL3) has reported that the terminal value of the stock from interest on equity (JCP), referring to the first quarter of 2022, will be R$0.02420743314. This adjustment in the share value, which was initially R$0.02421156928, is due to the change in the number of shares held in treasury by the company, to meet the obligations arising from the share-based compensation program. The total amount to be paid as interest on equity has not changed in the amount of R$65.1 million.
The payment will be made on May 24, 2022, based on the contribution status on May 10, 2022, as the shares issued by the company have been trading interest-free on equity since May 11, 2022.
Medical diagnostics company Alliar said Tuesday that a Fonte de Saúde fund linked to businessman Nelson Tanure has told it to apply to register for a public offering of company shares (OPA).
Fonte de Saúde became control of Alliar in April after investing 1.25 billion reais in the purchase of Pátria’s stake.
Votorantim reported net income of R$1.7 billion in the first quarter of this year, an increase of 50% over the same period in 2021.
The company’s net revenue increased by 19% in one year, to R$11.7 billion, thanks to the increase in the prices of products sold by the investing companies and also due to higher quantities sold.
Adjusted earnings before taxes, interest, depreciation and amortization (Ebitda) were R$2.2 billion.
Montero Arana (MOAR3)
Monteiro Aranha (MOAR3) has agreed to pay R$25 million in dividends, of which R$16 million is dividend and R$9 million in equity interest (JCP).
Dividends will be paid out in the amount of R$ 1,305,992,276 per share. For JCP, 1,305992276 Rls will be paid per share.
Shareholders issued by the company on May 20 are entitled to dividends and interest on equity. Profits will be paid on June 1.
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