New Large ShareholderSource: RNS
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ROS AGRO PLC announces that Mr Maxim Vorobiev became the second largest shareholder of the Company
As a result of the secondary offering of ROS AGRO PLC's GDRs Mr Maxim Vorobiev becomes the second largest shareholder of the Company with a share of 10.14% (excluding treasury shares). Overall, Mr Vorobiev is to hold immediately after the offering 13,639,070 GDRs (five GDRs represent an interest in one share).
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