Swiss Post will sell its stake in Liechtenstein Post. That’s 25 percent.
the essentials in brief
- The Post will sell its 25 percent stake in Post in the neighboring country.
- She wants to invest it in her own core business.
- The Liechtenstein Post would then be 100 percent state property again.
Swiss Post will sell its 25 percent stake in Liechtenstein Post. You will also create capital for future investments in your own core business.
Swiss Post is conducting negotiations with the Liechtenstein government, as it announced on Thursday. The two parties have signed a letter of intent.
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Accordingly, the Principality of Liechtenstein is expected to buy back shares in Swiss Post in the entire Liechtenstein Post by the end of 2021. This means that the Liechtenstein Post would once again be 100 percent owned by the State of Liechtenstein.
With the new “Post of Tomorrow” strategy, the company is focusing on growth and investments in logistics and communication. The company will also inform you of this.
Against this background, she is also reviewing her existing holdings in other companies. Since 2005, Swiss Post has been a minority shareholder in Liechtenstein Post with a stake of 25 percent.
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