Locked content Asahi buys SABMiller’s CEE business

Asahi Group, one of Japan’s largest beverage producers, will be the new king of beer in central and eastern Europe, according to several international press reports on Tuesday. Belgium-based Anheuser-Busch inBev owns SABMiller’s CEE assets, including several eastern European beer brands. Just before...

Locked content Kulczyk seeks to create world-class IT firm in Poland

Sebastian Kulczyk plans to spend around PLN 5 billion from the sale of his stake in SABMiller on the purchase of assets of brewing companies in CEE and to create a world-class IT company in Poland. Kulczyk Investments earned PLN 5 billion on the sale of its 1.5 percent stake in SABMiller, the Britis...

Locked content Kulczyk Investments selling remaining stake in SABMiller

Kulczyk Investments is selling its remaining 1.5 percent stake in brewer SABMiller news portal money.pl reported citing unofficial findings. The price of the package is expected to be around PLN 5 billion. This is the second such transaction this year. In April, led by Sebastian Kulczyk, the group s...

Locked content Japan’s Asahi to bid for SABMiller’s CEE beer brands: Nikk...

Tokyo-based brewer Asahi Group Holdings plans to offer over 500 billion yen ($4.87 billion) for SABMiller Plc’s beer business in five Central and Eastern European countries, the Nikkei business daily reported. SABMiller’s business in Czechia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania will b...

Locked content Kulczyk to bid for SABMiller shares – Reuters

Kulczyk Investments, a company owned by Sebastian Kulczyk, is considering a bid for brewery giant SABMiller’s Central and Eastern European assets, valued at about $6 billion, Reuters informed on Thursday. The brewing businesses, based in Czechia, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, are up for sal...

Locked content AB InBev reach take over deal with SABMiller

Brewery giant Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) agreed to buy its main competitor SABMiller for almost £69 billion ($106 billion), after raising its bid following several rejections. AB InBev will pay £44 pounds per share and will gain control of about half the industry’s profit. Kulczyk Investm...

Locked content Kulczyk will not sell SABMiller shares

Kulczyk Investments announced that it will not sell the shares of brewery giant SABMiller for the price offered by its main competitor Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), according to Puls Biznesu. Kulczyk Investments fully supported the decision of the brewery company to reject the takeover cash offer...