7 articles about "Eydap"
In tandem with its Q3 results announcement on 9th November, BWT AG announced that the WAB Group has raised its holding in the company to 59% under the ongoing mandatory takeover offer.
Moody’s Investors Service has declared that the current drought in SE England – and the temporary restrictions placed on household consumers – is unlikely to affect the ratings of UK water companies.
The Greek government expects to name legal and technical advisory teams for the privatisation of water companies EYATH and EYDAP later this month.
David Lloyd Owen reviews the new edition of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook and finds difficult financial markets make it an unlucky thirteenth for the private sector.
* As GWI went to press, the Greek government was expected to announce imminently the names of the advisers which will oversee the sale of strategic stakes in the country’s two listed water utilities, EYATH and EYDAP. The divestment of 40% of EYATH is still timetabled for later this year
Stakes in Greece’s two listed water companies are among the assets being sold off to shore up the country’s ailing economy. How can the state avoid fire-sale prices?
Hyder Consulting has just completed a study in Thessaloniki for the National Investment Bank for Industrial Development (ETEBA). Acting under an umbrella agreement with the Ministry of National Economy, the commission was to enable an initial public offering (IPO) for EYATH – the water and sewerage company. This follows on from Hyder’s role as technical adviser for the flotation of EYDAP – the Athens water and sewerage company. In this interview, Peter Allison talks to Hyder Consulting’s management advisory services director Roger Eyre about the IPO and investment and funding issues in the Greek water industry.