Fiat publishes new shareholdings after loan swap


MILAN, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Fiat has published its likely new shareholder line-up after a capital increase that will allow creditor banks to convert a 3 billion euro ($3.55 billion) loan into about 27 percent of the Italian industrial group's equity. In a prospectus published in Italian newspapers on Tuesday, Fiat said Banca Intesa , which led the eight creditor banks, would own 5.63 percent of Fiat's voting capital after the capital increase, which runs from Nov. 28 to Dec. 14. UniCredito ...

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