Saturday , July 13 2024

Cathay Pacific to buy back remaining 50% of HK government’s preference shares


Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways will buy back the remaining 50% of preference shares that were issued to the Hong Kong SAR Government on July 31, the company said on Friday.

An aircraft from Cathay Pacific. Photo from Cathay Pacific Twitter

An aircraft from Cathay Pacific. Photo from Cathay Pacific Twitter

Cathay said it will pay any remaining unpaid preference share dividends up to July 31, bringing total preference share dividends paid to the Hong Kong SAR Government over its holding period to HK$2.44 billion.

The preference shares were issued to the Hong Kong government as part of the group’s recapitalisation financing in 2020. The stake being bought back by Cathay Pacific is valued at HK$9.75 billion ($1.25 billion).

($1 = 7.8101 Hong Kong dollars)

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