More cash for Lascelles’ former owners

Some 985 former Lascelles deMercado shareholders are once more pretty happy as they received another distribution from their old company. The payout was made through New Transport Group, the company formed to take over the companies that Campari did not acquire when they took over Lascelles last year.

The amount being paid works out at $18.6533 per share of which $13.62 has been paid over, leaving $4.29 left to be paid later. No date was disclosed for when the balance is to be paid.

The former majority holders had arranged that amounts in excess of working capital needs would be paid over by Lascelles to the new company. This distribution is being made under that arrangement.

The directors of the new company indicate that they have engaged experts to advise on the future of the company and that shareholders would be updated at the annual general meeting later this year.

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