Americanas informed in a statement to the market on Sunday (22) that Capital International Investors (CII) reduced its shareholding in the retailer from 7.04% to 4.07%.
The North American investor’s participation is now equivalent to 36,770,436 common shares, according to the statement published this Monday (23).
The company did not mention when the operations to reduce the slice were made and the reason for the transactions.
Last week Americanas accepted one of the biggest requests for judicial recovery in the country’s history, pressured by debts of R$ 43 billion following the revelation of accounting problems in the order of R$ 20 billion.
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