KIPCO pronounces intent to merge with Qurain Petrochemical Industries

KUWAIT: Kuwait Tasks Firm (Holding) has introduced reaching a preliminary settlement to merge by amalgamation with Qurain Petrochemical Industries Firm (QPIC). The 2 corporations signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) whereby they agreed to evaluate the merger proposition. As per the MoU settlement, KIPCO shall be the merging entity and QPIC shall be the merged entity.

The merger is topic to an in depth course of as per Kuwaiti legal guidelines and laws. This contains due diligence, valuation of each entities and equity opinion by licensed impartial advisors, along with regulatory approvals and the approval of stakeholders together with the Extraordinary Normal Meeting of each events. The merger proposition combines the 2 corporations to type a bigger funding holding that will rank among the many largest within the MENA area.

Moreover, the mixed entity would profit from a balanced and diversified portfolio of belongings that features petrochemical and oil providers, banking, foodstuff, insurance coverage and others. This creates a extra steady earnings stream. Sheikha Dana Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, KIPCO’s Group Chief Govt Officer, mentioned: “Trying forward, we see a chance to create a stronger funding holding firm that will capitalize on operational synergies between KIPCO and QPIC. The mixed entity would have the power to pursue alternatives in new sectors and proceed to help the expansion of its present portfolio, thereby creating better worth for all the shareholders.”

Sadoun Ali

Sadoun Ali, QPIC’s Vice Chairman and Chief Govt Officer, mentioned: “At QPIC, we all the time search for alternatives to create higher worth for our shareholders. This has confirmed true by means of our coverage of income diversification, which has mirrored positively on our development in previous years. This may occasionally even be the case on this potential alternative, as soon as the impartial funding advisor’s report is accomplished, as per the necessities of the Capital Markets Authority and associated authorities in Kuwait.”

 

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