Valuation exercise for listed Belgian-based company Rosier S.A.
Rosier S.A. has completed a valuation exercise for an envisaged debt-equity swap.
Rosier S.A. is a Belgium-based company that specializes in mineral fertilization. The company’s core business is the manufacturing of fertilizers for main crops, fully soluble fertilizers and other industrial chemicals. Its fertilizers are used in the cultivation of various products, such as banana, cereals, cotton, corn and potatoes. Additionally, Rosier offers a range of services in the area of industrial chemistry, including project support, technical engineering, financial and legal support, as well as construction of plants. Rosier has a commercial presence in over 80 countries and on five continents.
Borealis AG is an Austria-based company that produces plastic materials, held by the listed entity OMV. The company provides products for infrastructure, automotive and advanced packaging markets across Europe, the Middle East and Asia. It operates in two business segments: base chemicals and polyolefins. The base chemical segment comprises solutions in feedstocks and olefins, phenol and aromatics, as well as fertilizers and melamine. The polyolefins segment produces infrastructure solutions for pipe systems and energy and communication systems, automotive solutions and advanced packaging solutions. Borealis has production sites in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Finland, Germany, Italy, Sweden, USA and the United Arab Emirates.
Oaklins’ team in Belgium assisted Rosier’s subcommittee of independent directors as financial advisor by preparing a valuation report.
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