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Asturias Retail and Leisure, S.A.U. (formerly, Asturias Retail and Leisure SOCIMI, S.A.) is a Spanish Real Estate Investment Trust.
21 de octubre de 2020
A los efectos de lo dispuesto en el artículo 319 del Texto Refundido de la Ley de Sociedades de Capital se hace público que el accionista único de la mercantil Asturias Retail and Leisure, S.A.U. (anteriormente denominada Asturias Retail and Leisure SOCIMI, S.A.) (la “Sociedad”), la mercantil de nacionalidad luxemburguesa Parque Principado S.à r.l. (el “Accionista Único”), decidió, en fecha 21 de octubre de 2020, reducir el capital social, con devolución de aportaciones en especie al Accionista Único, desde la cifra de CINCO MILLONES DE EUROS (5.000.000.-€) a la cifra de SESENTA MIL EUROS (60.000.-€) mediante la amortización directa de 4.940.000 acciones de la Sociedad.
Con motivo del acuerdo de reducción de capital de la Sociedad, el nuevo capital social pasa a estar representado por 60.000 acciones, de 1 euro de valor nominal cada una de ellas, numeradas de la 1 a la 60.000, ambas inclusive, lo que representa un capital social total de 60.000,00 €, totalmente suscrito y desembolsado, modificándose en consecuencia el artículo 5º de los Estatutos Sociales.
La ejecución de la reducción debe realizarse en todo caso dentro de los tres meses siguientes a la fecha de adopción del acuerdo.
Se hace constar el derecho que asiste a los acreedores de la sociedad de ejercitar el derecho de oposición durante el plazo de un mes, a contar desde la fecha de publicación del último anuncio del acuerdo de reducción, en los términos previstos en la Ley de Sociedades de Capital.
Madrid, 21 de octubre de 2020.
El Secretario del Consejo de Administración
The corporate purpose of the Company is contained in article 2 of their company bylaws (the “Bylaws”), whose literal wording at the date of this Information Document, in line with that foreseen in the SOCIMI Law is the following:
The Company's corporate purpose:
The acquisition and development of real estate of urban nature for lease. Promotional activity includes the rehabilitation of buildings in the terms established by the Law 37/1992 of December 28, the value added tax, as may be amended from time to time.
The holding of shares in the capital of other Listed Investment Companies in the Property Market or other non-resident entities in Spanish territory that have the same corporate purpose than those which are subject to a similar set rules for Listed Investment Companies in the Property Market in terms of mandatory, legal or statutory policy, profit distribution.
The holding of shares in the capital of other entities, residents or not in Spanish territory, whose primary purpose is the acquisition of real estate of urban nature for lease and are subject to the same regime for Listed Investment Companies in the housing market in terms of mandatory policy, legal or statutory, of distribution of benefits and meet the investment requirements concerning the Law 11/2009, of 26 October, where Listed Investment Companies in real estate are regulated (hereinafter, as it is modified from time to time, the "Law 11/2009").
The entities that this letter c) refers may not have shares in the capital of other entities. Shares representing the capital of these entities must be registered and all of its capital must belong to other Listed Investment Companies in real estate or non-residents entities as the letter b) refers.
The holding of shares or units of Collective Investment in Real Estate regulated in Law 35/2003 of 4 November, on Collective Investment Institutions.
Additionally, the Company may develop other ancillary activities, understood as those whose incomes collectively account for less than twenty percent (20%) of the revenues of the Company in each tax period (including, without limitation, various real estate operations mentioned in paragraphs a) to d) above), or those which may be regarded as ancillary in accordance with the law applicable at all times."
Martin Breeden joined the Group in 2002 and has worked on almost all of Intu's assets at various times. He has been responsible for Intu's Spanish business since it's inception, including the acquisition of Puerto Venecia and intu Asturias.
In addition, he is responsible for intu's UK development projects. Martin has over 25 years experience in the retail property industry and has previously worked for MEPC and Jones Lang LaSalle, the latter including four years in Spain.
Martin is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a member of the advisory panel of the British Council of Shopping Centres.
Mr. Jorge González Navarro has joined to Intu Group in Spain in January 2016 as Chief Financial Officer of Intu Management Spain, S.L. (a company which provides services of administration, asset management and development project of the
Company). Graduate in Business Administration by the University of Valencia, he has a postgraduate master in General Management by the IESE Business School and he has participated in a program of Real Estate Management, Finance, Design and Leadership by the Harvard Business School. In addition, he practices as Associate Professor in University Pontificia of Comillas ICAI-ICADE. Until then, he was the Chief Financial Officer of GE Capital, job held since 2007.
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